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Guam High's RaSean Jacobs gets bottled up by John F. Kennedy's defense. (DONNA RHODES/SPECIAL TO STRIPES)

JFK finds, exploits Guam weaknesses in 31-12 victory

AGANA HEIGHTS, Guam – After winning six straight games to reach the Guam semifinals, Guam High heads to Kadena next week as holders of a two-game...

CTC among top Best for Vets: Colleges 2019 rankings

Central Texas College’s (CTC’s) commitment to serving veterans and military families has been acknowledged for the ninth consecutive year as the...

Guam HIgh quarterback Travon Jacobs eludes George Washington pressure and looks for room to run.  DONNA RHODES/SPECIAL TO STRIPES

George Washington tops mistake-prone Guam to reach title game

MANGILAO, Guam – Special team errors and a slick, muddy turf made wet by weeklong rain combined to doom Guam High in Saturday’s island playoff...

U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Samuel Souvannason/Released

FCC/C10F Commander gives Cyber Lecture at U.S. Naval Academy

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (NNS) (NNS) -- Vice Adm. Timothy “T.J.” White, commander U.S. Fleet Cyber Command/U.S. 10th Fleet (FCC/C10F), gave a cyber lecture...

Robert D. Edgren quarterback Raphael Lykins has accounted for seven touchdowns in the Eagles' first two games.  JOHN E. HIGBEE/SPECIAL TO STARS AND STRIPES

Trojans, Eagles prepare to battle for D-II football host rights

It’s a battle of football teams that have not competed for a Far East championship in quite some time.

The winner of Friday’s Division II...

Andrew Neloms (77), Jacob Berry (35) and Daegu was unable to continue beyond the first series of the second half against Raphael Lykins (5) and Robert D. Edgren on Oct. 6 when the Warriors fell short of players.  DAVE ORNAUER/STARS AND STRIPES

Formats other than 11-man being considered for D-II football

Is there a possibility that Pacific Division II football might go the way of Division III in Europe, where five schools are experimenting with a...

Student vets win too as court unchains Obama loan protection

Hundreds, perhaps thousands, of student veterans, despite having robust GI Bill education benefits, contend they were deceived into racking...

6th annual GCC/FHB John K. Lee, Jr. 5K Run/Walk on Nov. 10

The Guam Community College Foundation and First Hawaiian Bank encourage island runners, students, and anyone who wants to exercise to run for...
Photo courtesy of Guam National Tennis Federation

ITF expert, Guam National Tennis organize social outreach events

The sport of tennis has the power to influence positivity in the local community as evidenced by the popularity of social outreach events...

Photo courtesy of the University of Guam Premedical Chapter of the American Medical Student Association

UOG bio major connects aspiring medical students with local physicians

University of Guam students with an interest in medicine are gaining first-hand experience with local physicians through UOG’s first-time...

Guam High's Jeylynn Dowdell and Tyler Phan sandwich Okkodo's Ethan Sanchez. (DONNA RHODES/SPECIAL TO STRIPES)

Guam coasts past Okkodo to reach island semis

AGANA HEIGHTS, Guam – They call him “Action Jackson,” coach Jacob Dowdell says of junior defensive back Jason Jackson. And he showed why by...

MONTEREY, Calif. (Oct. 10, 2018) Secretary of the Navy the Honorable Richard V. Spencer addressed Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) students, faculty and staff during the latest Secretary of the Navy Guest Lecture (SGL), Oct. 10. Spencer made a special announcement to the NPS community, introducing retired Vice Adm. Ann E. Rondeau as the university's next President. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Patrick Dionne/Released)

Secretary of the Navy Announces New President of the Naval Postgraduate School

MONTEREY (NNS) -- Secretary of the Navy Richard V. Spencer announced today that retired Vice Adm. Ann Elisabeth Rondeau will be the next president...

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