Guam High

Guam might have numbers to contend for title again

Panthers have 12 returners from last year and are strong on the line, giving them hope they can match up better this season with island powers.

There's plenty of Joy for Kubasaki at Petty meet

Sophomore triumphs in 800, 1,600 and 3,200 against tough competition who traveled to annual Okinawa gathering.

Top competitors headed to Okinawa for Petty meet

They’re each the reigning girls cross country champions in their respective districts. One of them - Taryn Cates-Beier of Nile C. Kinnick - won the Far East meet title last October.

Shutdown kicks Pacific athletes off mats, courts

With just more than a week before the Far East wrestling championships are set to take place, Daegu senior Hunter Lane – and hundreds of other Pacific high school student-athletes – now have to wonder whether such events will happen.

Longtime DODEA-Pacific athletics coordinator dies after a long illness

Don Hobbs, was the athletics coordinator for DODEA-Pacific for 13 years and a DODEA employee for more than three decades.

Prep roundup

Yokota breaks Red Devils' DODEA-Japan volleyball reign

Britney Bailey had 24 kills and reigning Far East Division II Tournament MVP Kyra Anderson had 37 assists to boost Yokota, the defending D-II champion, past host Kinnick.

George Washington scores on final play to end Guam's season

Quarterfinal loss ends Panthers' season at 3-5.

Guam finishes out regular season with triumph

Travan Jacobs, sidelined by a leg injury suffered in the first game of the season, went 17-for-32 for 319 yards and three touchdowns.

Guam sweeps island cross country championships

Emma Mae Sheedy, a senior team captain, took first place in the girls race in 22 minutes, 38 seconds, while fellow senior Isaac Ventura won the boys race in 17:47.

Guam falls, but still has some hope for playoffs

The Panthers lost their next-to-last regular-season game on Saturday 28-0 to George Washington, the IFL’s second-place team.

Guam loses another game, another key player

The Panthers have lost three straight after opening the season with an 8-7 win over Tiyan.

Weather, injuries, defending champs too much for Guam

The teams combined for 27 fumbles. Making matters worse for Guam, its second-string quarterback Brian Mitchell went down with an injury.

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: Benjamin Leon Guerrero

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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Guam falls to 1-1 after loss to Simon Sanchez

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Young Guam squad looking for small victories

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