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American Samoa took on their brothers from across the ocean, Samoa, in their first game of the OFC Men’s U19 Championship 2018 on Saturday, May 26, 2018 in Cook Islands. Results as they become available. Updates from the game can also be found on the FFAS Facebook page, Football Federation American...
The nine-member Women's Under-18 Handball American Samoa team that will be competing in the 2018 Youth Olympics in October, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The team is pictured with the American Samoa Handball Association president and coach, Carl Sagapolutele Floor Sr. (far right) at their new handball field next to Night Hawk Maliu Mai Resort.[photo: Leua Aiono Frost]
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — E to'aiva tamaita'i ua mae'a ona faia koleniga fa'apitoa mo le 10 vaiaso ina ia matua atoatoa se tapenaga mo ta'aloga faitaulia sa feagai ma i latou i le vaitau ua tuana'i, peita'i o lo'o fa'aauau pea a latou koleniga fa'apitoa e ao ai ina tapena mo le Ta'amilosaga a le...
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Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — This past Monday, special education students from local schools (elementary and high school level) were at the Veterans Memorial Stadium in Tafuna to try out for events that will be offered during the upcoming Special Olympic Games. The 2019 Special Olympics World Summer...
[photo: RugbyLad]
Popular NZ outlet Newshub has revealed that there are secret plans in place to create a combined Pacific Islands rugby team, with the New Zealand Government funding an NZ$80,000 feasibility study. The team would be made up of players from Fiji, Samoa and Tonga, and would play in the Super Rugby...
[Photo via @EddieSiaumau1 on Twitter]
Tucson, ARIZONA — The 2019 spring evaluation period is well underway and the Arizona Wildcats are hitting the recruiting trail hard. However, one prospect the coaching staff has been recruiting well before the evaluation period started is Eddie Siaumau. The three-star Leone High School (Pago Pago,...
Members of the FFAS Congress during the association’s annual meeting (Ordinary Congress) on Wednesday, April 25, 2018 at Pago Park Soccer Stadium.  [FFAS MEDIA/Brian Vitolio]
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — The FFAS Congress passed new changes to how clubs are admitted as a member of the Football Federation of American Samoa during its Ordinary Congress on Wednesday, April 25, 2018 at Pago Park Soccer Stadium. The new rule is that clubs seeking admission as a member of FFAS...
Henry Nautu of the Leone Lions’ JV team in action against the Faga’itua Vikings on April 7, 2018 during an ASHSAA Boys Soccer game at Pago Park Soccer Stadium.  [FFAS MEDIA/Brian Vitolio]
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — Leone clinched the 2017-2018 ASHSAA Boys’ JV soccer title with 17 points, just a point better than two other teams — second place Samoana Sharks, and the Tafuna Warriors. Leone (5-1-2) had clinched the title a week ago, with Samoana (5-2-1) and Tafuna (5-2-1) battling...
[photo: Florence Wasko]
Apia, SAMOA — Full teams who qualified during the East Pacific Qualifying Tournament for the POJC, held last week in Apia, Samoa. They were sent by the American Samoa Tennis Association to represent the territory. Two of American Samoa’s U16 players qualified — Jared and Mychaella by both placing...
USA Eagles 7s player, Kevon Williams, enjoys hosting his kids on the pitch at BC Place, after the Canada 7s, Vancouver, Canada.  [photo: Barry Markowitz
Honolulu, HAWAII — After more than 30 years shooting rugby, there is some memorable imagery that gets etched in the brain. Cool Stuff still tears up reviewing my Baby Jonah Lomu photos at his 1994 Hong Kong 7s debut. What great pride we all shared watching Alafoti Fa’osaliva score the winning try...
Le Manu Fe’ai – Fuao - from the village of Vatia stroking its way towards the finish line to win the first heat of the 2018 Flag Day Fautasi Race. This year's regatta used ‘best time’ overall to determine the winner of the Faigamea ile Tai, and the Fuao, recording the best time of 27.56, claimed the title as overall winner. [photo: TG]
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — The 2018 Flag Day Fautasi Race scheduled for last Saturday was moved up to this past Monday not only because of harsh weather conditions, but because most of the captains were unable to abide by committee rules to move their boats behind the buoys at the starting point....

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