Geckos win girls pre-season tourney

The George Washington High School Geckos’ girls soccer team showed its strength early on by claiming the Gold Cup championship title of the 3rd Annual Guam Football Association Challenge Cup, the one-day, pre-season tournament to the IIAAG Girls High School Soccer League, at the GFA National Training Center.

“It’s only the beginning, but we’re already showing some good passing during our matches in the pre-season tournament,” said Krystiana Martinez, Geckos captain. “Based on our performance this early, I think we can go far this season.”


Wildcats win 7th Sugar and Spice festival

The Luis P. Untalan Middle School Wildcats dashed all hopes of a championship repeat by the Agueda I. Johnston Middle School Pirates with a 3-0 victory in the 7th Annual “Sugar and Spice” Middle School Girls Soccer Festival presented by The Score at the Guam Football Association National Training Center.

Skyylerblu Johnson, awarded the festival’s MVP trophy at the conclusion of the event, scored a hat trick for the Wildcats in the final.

“Since we made it this far (to the final) this year, we really didn’t want to have to go home with a second place trophy,” said Johnson, an eighth-grader at Untalan, after the match. “We were cautious in the beginning knowing that they (the Pirates) would try to start strong to defend their title from last year, but we still wanted to give Agueda a good fight. After gaining momentum early with good ball possession, we were able to relax and just play our game.


Dolphins will meet Royals in championship game of the IIAAG Girls High School Soccer League playoffs

It will be deja vu Friday in the championship game of the IIAAG Girls High School Soccer League.

For the second straight year, defending champion Southern High School Dolphins will face the Notre Dame High School Royals after winning their respective semifinal matches Tuesday at the Guam Football Association National Training Center.


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