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LOOKING FORWARD TO A GREAT SEASON — THE VOCTECH WILDCATS

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Nu’uuli Vocational Technical High School — known as ‘VocTech- Home of the Wildcats’ — is not to be counted out this year in the 2014-15 American Samoa High School Athletic Association football season, as they may have been given the keys to the championship kingdom with Marist and Kanana Fou football programs not fielding teams this year.
 



FAGAITUA VIKINGS CONTINUE TO AIM FOR A HEALTHY TEAM AND GREAT SEASON

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The pride of the Eastern Star, Fagaitua High School – Home of the Vikings — is still lead by Head Coach Sua’ese “Pooch” Ta’ase — its been 15 years of service, given proudly and with humility he says..
 



LEONE LIONS ENTER 2014 FOOTBALL SEASON WITH HIGH EXPECTATIONS

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Leone High School “Home of the Lions” is confirmed to compete in the 2014-2015 ASHSAA Football Season in both the Varsity and Junior Varsity divisions. Samoa News noticed during our team coverage that the number of players for the Lions has dramatically dropped this year in both divisions. How this will affect the team will be interesting to observe this season, with its Head Coach Arona Samoa noting that no matter the numbers — the Lions will play ball, will compete.
 



SAMOANA SHARKS LOOKING FOR THAT 2014 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE

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This season, the Samoana High School Varsity football team, led by the versatile Head Coach Sila Samuelu, will be looking to have a repeat from last season of the American Samoa High School Athletics Association football season — that is, to make it to the Championship game — only this time, to take the title home to Sharkville.
 



WARRIORS SET TO DEFEND THEIR VARSITY CHAMPIONSHIP, BRING BACK THE JV TITLE

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It's that time of year once again, when you will hear the cracking of the pads on the gridiron as the 2014-2015 American Samoa High School Athletic Association (ASHSAA) football season is upon us.
 
The first scheduled game this season is set to be played next week Wednesday, Aug. 27, with the defending Varsity champion Tafuna Warriors taking on the team they defeated in the finals last season, the Samoana Sharks.
 
Samoa News will be highlighting the individual teams before the opening game next week.
 



FAMOUS ADVOCATES FOR PACIFIC OCEAN CAMPAIGN ARRIVE IN AMERICAN SAMOA

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Last night, renowned French explorer, environmentalist, educator and film producer Jean Michel Cousteau and “Her Deepness” Dr. Sylvia Earle, a renowned oceanographer, who has explored the deepest depths, arrived in the territory.
 



RESIDENTS TAKE UNIQUE CHANCE TO RIDE ON BOARD SAILING SCHOOL TALL SHIP

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An estimated 40 people — locals and crew members included — were on board the Sailing School Vessel (SSV) Robert C. Seamans last Friday during the first boat ride offered to locals since the vessel docked in the territory on August 11.
 
The Seamans has been dubbed “the most sophisticated oceanographic research/sailing vessel ever built in the United States” and after one has been taken on a tour of the boat, you will understand why.



DYWA & McDONALD’S PRESENT BEST DANCE CREW IN AM SAMOA COMPETITION

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Samoa News brings you some highlight videos of the "Best Dance Crew in American Samoa Competition" hosted by the Department of Youth and Women's Affairs under the management of Director Jonathan Fanene, which was opened yesterday evening at the Rex Lee Auditorium in Utulei, American Samoa.

 

The dance competition is proudly sponsored by McDonalds Restaurant.  Here are four videos from Thursday night’s performances.

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PAUL IETI MAKES THE CUT — MOVES ON TO AGT SEMIFINALS

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American Samoa’s newest singing sensation Paul Ieti has made the cut, moving on to the semifinals round of the nationally televised America’s Got Talent program.
 
On his Facebook page, the 21-year-old Aoa native posted, “Thank you all so so much. I'm speechless. Without you all I wouldn’____t be here.”
 



THANKS TO OUR READERS AND ADVERTISERS FOR HELPING US HELP MULU FAMILY

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Members of a family of 13 from Gataivai whose home was destroyed two weeks ago during the flooding and landslides received a large donation yesterday especially for the kids in the family. Samoa News staff spearheaded the drive and along with our readers and advertisers, who were touched by a Samoa News story that told how the family escaped only with the clothes on their backs and now have no home to return to — put together toys, school supplies and clothing for the young ones.
 



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