Guam High

Kinnick's Gailson, Gallo named DODEA-Pacific's top athletes

For the first time, Department of Defense Education Activity-Pacific has named high school Athletes of the Year. And it’s one Red Devil of a senior pair.

DODEA cancels spring sports season in Japan

The announcement came the same day that DODEA-Japan and DODEA-Okinawa officials announced that classroom instruction would be halted from March 20-April 10 due to coronavirus concerns.

Guam postpones start of fourth-quarter sports

Announcement comes a day after Father Duenas caps unbeaten season by topping upstart Guam High in boys basketball championship.

Amid coronavirus concerns, spring tryouts begin on Okinawa

Track and field begins its tryouts on Monday, and all sports in DODEA-Japan will follow starting Monday, with Zama the last to hit the fields on Wednesday.

Far East basketball, cheerleading canceled due to coronavirus fears

DODEA-Pacific officials decide to cancel events in South Korea, Japan and Okinawa due to concerns over spread of coronavirus.

Tournaments serve as tests for wrestling, basketball teams

They finished fourth, losing four times in the Kanto Classic last January. But coach Daisy Whitaker-Hayes called the three-day tournament at American School In Japan a “pivotal point” in Zama’s bid for its first DODEA-Japan and Far East Division II Tournament titles.

Far East cross country

Galvins team up to lead Yokota to relay victory

Throughout their high school years, Aiko Galvin said she’d heard constant comparisons of her older brothers Daniel and Mickey, each of them Yokota cross country and track stars.

Simon Sanchez takes third by shutting out Guam

It was sweet revenge for the Sharks, who lost 20-14 to the Panthers on Sept. 20.

Guam High's semifinal woes continue in loss to Geckos

Guam (6-3) will play for third place next Friday at 7 p.m. at Panthers Field against Simon Sanchez.

Panthers top Tiyan to advance to Guam semifinals

Jalen Thach caught two touchdown passes, made two drive-killing end-zone interceptions, defended four passes and had 12 tackles.

Weather takes a large bite out of weekend schedule

Citing concerns over players’ safety while traveling through possible stormy conditions caused by Super Typhoon Hagibis, DODEA-Japan officials announced Thursday that all sports games involving its teams were canceled.

Guam tops Southern to grab island's No. 3 seed for playoffs

Thought to be rebuilding at season’s beginning, the Panthers closed the regular season with a 5-2 record.

Guam High school info

Location:Agana, Guam
Mascot: Panthers
Colors: Blue and gold
Enrollment: 431
Website: http://extranet.guam.pac.dodea.edu/guamhighschool/default.aspx

Principal: Jason Sheedy
Athletic director: Airean Lopez

Football: Jacob Dowdell
Girls volleyball: Rebecca Lawrence, John Borja
Wrestling: Sudi Napalan
Boys basketball: Joseph Taitano
Girls softball: Melissa Caine
Tennis: Kenneth Ebler, Leona-Marie Ebler
Rugby: Joseph Mancuso, Sonia Siakisini
Girls soccer: Rhoda Bamba
Track and field: Joseph Taitano
Boys volleyball: Kendra Byrd
Paddling: John Borja
Cross country: Joe Taitano
Golf: Jennifer Pulmones-Paz
Girls basketball: John Crockett
Boys soccer: Rhoda Bamba
Baseball: John Borja

Wall of champions

Far East Championships for Guam High:


Tennis: Chloe Gadsden, girls singles
Track: Aaron Whitaker, boys 400


Tennis: C.Gadsden, girls singles
Track: Stefani Loisel, girls 300 hurdles; Loisel, girls 200


Tennis: Amber Gadsden, girls singles
Track: Loisel, girls 100 hurdles; girls 400 relay; Patrick Bailey, boys 400


Tennis: A.Gadsden, girls singles; A. Gadsden and C.Gadsden, girls doubles
Track: Loisel, girls 300 hurdles; girls 400 relay; Patrick Bailey, boys 400
Wrestling: Michael Tougher, 129; Rashaan Grady, 180; Theatrice Eaton, 215


Wrestling: Dylan Pablo, 101


Cross country: Matt Evans, boys


Division II boys basketball

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Guam tops Southern to grab island's No. 3 seed for playoffs

Thought to be rebuilding at season’s beginning, the Panthers closed the regular season with a 5-2 record.

Guam High to return to Far East tourneys in four sports

Teams in girls soccer, track, cross country and girls volleyball could compete for first time since 2013.

Guam tops Simon Sanchez to move into third

Travon Jacobs finished 16-for-36 for 203 yards and a touchdown and rushed 10 times for 78 yards including the game-winning TD.

Guam back on winning track after thumping JFK

The victory game after the Panthers two took lumps to the chin 47-14 against Father Duenas on Aug. 30 and 40-7 to George Washington last Friday.