FD, JFK stay undefeated in boys HS field

Saturday, April 1, 2023 – CENTRAL LANES BOWLING CENTER, Tamuning, Guam

The FD Friars and JFK Islanders remain undefeated in the boy’s division of IIAAG High School Bowling League through two weeks of competition.  The Friars dominated the stat sheet against St. Paul’s Christian School with Evan Duenas as the top finisher, Aron Hernandez in second, Aaron Lupola in fourth and Cameron Granillo in fifth. Miles Perez led the Warriors line up as the third placer with Michael Pono in 6th and Colin Perez in 7th, while Christian Diala rounded off the team’s top four players in 11th.  The final tally in favor of the Friars was 12-27.  Duenas’ 209 score in the second game was the high game of the week.

The Islanders survived a nail bitter against Harvest Christian Academy Eagles in the second match up of the day.  The tit-for-tat competition ended in a mark difference from each position.  JFK’s Tristan Adonay led the match up by a spare from HCA’s Koren Espia with the Islander’s Micaiah Benton in third.  The Eagle’s Ashland Parker grabbed the fourth spot, four pins ahead of Brandon Benavente of JFK and another two marks off another Islander Hunter Wood.  Elijah Dewan finished in 7th while Ye Jun Yeo and Alex Shelden tied for the 8th position to round off the top four bowlers of HCA.  In the end, the Islanders picked up the win with a 15-21.5 tally.

Cougars remains perfect, St. Paul chalks win

Saturday, April 1, 2023 – CENTRAL LANES BOWLING CENTER, Tamuning, Guam

The girls division, the Academy of Our Lady of Guam Cougars continued their winning streak beating St. Paul’s Christian Academy Warriors 12.5-24.  The Cougars Alliay Ferrer led the contest as teammate Eriana Ada tied for second with the Warrior’s Maddie Acda.  Alexis Leon Guerrero and Alissa Rabon took fourth and fifth place to close out the match as Phoebe Perez, Isabel Guerrero and Xerya Anderson finished in 6th through 8th for the Warriors.

The Harvest Christian Academy Eagles won their match against the Lady Islanders 17-23.  Islander’s Juliana Lagman took top honors followed by the Eagle’s Paulina Yoon as JFK’s Kamilah Leones finished in third.  Yang Wang, Shiyori Shibahata and Patricia Deal rounded off the top four slots for the Eagles to even their record at one apiece.

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