18 Feb Guam U14 Boys Team Return From Hong Kong Tournament
[March 29, 2016 – Harmon, Guam] – The Guam U14 Boys national team recently returned from the 2016 Jockey Club International Youth Invitational held in Hong Kong.
The team, with many returning from the U13 Boys national team that played against East Asian opponents during the EAFF U13 Boys Festival of Football held in Guam last year, improved on performances against Hong Kong and Chinese Taipei. The team also played against Singapore in the final day of the tournament.
Guam fell to Chinese Taipei 2-0 on opening day and followed with 4-1 loss to Hong Kong on Day 2. Kyle Halehale scored for Guam in the 70+ minute against Hong Kong. In the team’s final match, Singapore emerged as 3-0 victors.
The Guam U14 Girls National team will also have the opportunity to play in the upcoming 2016 Jockey Club Girls’ International Youth Invitational, also in Hong Kong. Guam will play against Singapore, Thailand, and the host country in the girls’ tournament.
Guam’s U14 national team is set compete in the 2016 Jockey Club International Youth Invitational Tournament in Hong Kong this weekend against teams from Chinese Taipei, Singapore, and the host country. In the front row from left to right are Tayler Bonner, Robert Niu, Taiga Simon, Kaden Slac, and Micah Hennegan. In the second row from left to right are Saena San Nicolas, Joshua Miller, Jonathan Sevilla, Matthew Iseke, Alexander Stenson, Mark Iseke, and Adam Kainoa Ferguson. In the third row from left to right are Christian Kido, James Lee, Joshua Bamba, Kyle Halehale, and Shane Larkin. In the last row from left to right are Team Manager Bill Kerr, Coach Christopher Shaver, Coach Kevin Elwell, Coach Matthew Elwell, and Coach Rod Hidalgo. Not in the photo are Michael Lee, Greyson Garber, and Niclas Vavra.