Guam High

Kadena topples Guam in a tune-up for Kinnick

With the win, the Panthers closed the regular season 6-1 with only next week’s Far East Division I title game remaining at Kinnick on Saturday.

Edgren steps in for Perry to take on Kinnick

The Eagles’ season was scheduled to be over last Friday when they beat Perry 34-6, but they were offered to replace the Samurai and they accepted.

JFK finds, exploits Guam weaknesses in 31-12 victory

With the win, the Islanders avenged a 13-6 overtime loss at home against the Panthers on Sept. 14 and took third in the island playoffs.

George Washington tops mistake-prone Guam to reach title game

Four long snaps sailed over the head of Panthers kickers, allowing the Geckos to score three times by moving the ball just 28 yards.

Prep roundup

Edgren freshman wins DODEA-Japan tennis title

Zama wins volleyball tournament for first time, while Kinnick, Yokota and ASIJ runners take top honors in cross country events.

Guam coasts past Okkodo to reach island semis

With the win, the Panthers (6-2 overall), the No. 3 seed in the playoffs, advanced to next Saturday’s semifinal game against No. 2-seeded George Washington.

Guam tops Southern to grab No. 3 seed in playoffs

Sophomore quarterback Travon Jacobs was 14-for-25 for 280 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 51 yards on five carries.

Guam gets a bit healthier and it shows on scoreboard

Julius Gaduang rushed 16 times for 182 yards and a touchdown and Jason Jackson had two interceptions as Guam shut out Okkodo 42-0

Defense leads Guam past Simon Sanchez

RaSean Jacobs ran 10 times for 125 yards, scored two touchdowns and had a two-point conversion for Panthers.

Guam stops losing skid by edging JFK in OT

The victory ended a two-game slide in which the Panthers were outscored by the league’s top two teams, Father Duenas and George Washington, by a combined 67-28.

Kinnick and Humphreys meet for first time on football field

They gathered for the team’s traditional Thursday pasta feed, in the school cafeteria at Humphreys, something the Blackhawks have been doing since Steven Elliott took the team’s reins in the 2016 season.

George Washington hands Guam second straight loss

George Washington covered a fumble in the end zone for the go-ahead touchdown late in the fourth quarter and the Geckos hung on for a 20-7 win.

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: Kendra Byrd
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
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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