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Panapa Filoiali’i of the Warriors out to the sidelines and turning this one in for six points for Tafuna in the second half of their Junior Varsity match up last Friday evening – opening game of last weekend’s ASHSAA Football week 7. Tafuna defeated Samoana 22 - 24.
Last weekend’s Junior Varsity competition in the ongoing American Samoa High School Athletic Association (ASHSAA) high school football season, saw the Samoana Sharks denied a victory after the Tafuna Warrior’s 2-point comeback victory to start off week No.7 — then it was the Nu’uuli Wildcats who...
Leone Lions defensive lineman immediately apprehending Nu’uuli’s ball carrier in the backfield (end zone) for a safety in the first half of their varsity game last Saturday. The game was a tie 20 - 20. [photo: TG]
Last Saturday’s Varsity Division competition in the ongoing American Samoa High School Athletic Association (ASHSAA) football league took a surprising turn, especially the Nu’uuli Wildcats’ stunning the No.1 seed in the division, the Leone Lions after a 20- 20 tie with all the Lions key players...
An emotional and fatigued Fiji Bati team celebrates their 20-18 victory over Toa Samoa at Apia Park, Samoa, 10/8/16. [Photo: Barry Markowitz]
A well-timed intercept from wing Tyrone Philips saw the Fiji Bati win their historical test match against Toa Samoa at Apia Park this afternoon. Fiji was down 18-16 with 20 minutes left in the game when Phillips made the intercept to score the winning try and secure a 20-18 victory for the Fiji...
Leone Lions quarterback, Iverson Ta’ase trying to evade the Vikings defensive back – a touchdown saving tackle that nearly saw Ta’ase break loose towards the end zone. Faga’itua won the JV game 28 - 14. [photo: TG]
This past Saturday was a first for the eastward bound teams in the American Samoa High School Athletic Association (ASHSAA) Football League – in both the Varsity and Junior Varsity divisions. In a scorching hot Saturday full of action, the triple-header opened up with the battle between the Samoana...
Baseball Oceania Vice President J. Victor Langkilde (left), World Baseball Softball Confederation President, Riccardo Fraccari (middle) and Baseball Oceania President, Laurent Cassieer (right), during the Oceania Region meeting last week in New Zealand.   [courtesy photo]
President of the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC), Riccardo Fraccari has assured representatives from the Oceania Regions that the WBSC will look into ways to develop the sport around the Pacific nations region including American Samoa. His remarks were made after the Oceania Regional...
Leone High School is the only school with a cheerleading squad this year. They are seen here supporting their Lions Varsity team in the tough match against the Vikings last Saturday. [photo: TG]
This past weekend marked the sixth week of high school football action, all part of the American Samoa High School Athletic Association (ASHSAA) ongoing football season- Round Two. And what a week it was. The Leone Lions who were undefeated throughout Round One of competition, recorded their first...
Nu’uuli Wildcats offensive unit facing the Warriors ‘D’ at the line of scrimmage during their JV match. Tafuna lost – their first loss of the season against the lowest seed of the division, Nu’uuli Wildcats 14 - 12. [photo: TG]
This past weekend at the Veterans Memorial Stadium, the American Samoa High School Athletic Association (ASHSAA) fifth week of high school football action, which started Friday evening, saw a shocking win from the lowest seed in the division, who stunned the No.1 seed in Junior Varsity competition...
Tafuna’s middle linebacker – Penei Pavihi, causing a fumble in the first half of their varsity battle last Saturday, hits Nu’uuli Voc-Tech’s Hans Misa hard. Tafuna defeated Nu’uuli 36 - 6. [photo: TG]
This past weekend marked the fifth week of the American Samoa High School Athletic Association (ASHSAA) Football regular season – both the Vikings and Tafuna Warriors varsity teams collected wins for their seasonal records. Returning from a scoreless loss two weeks ago was Head Coach Kolose Ili of...
Eric Felise, left, of Black Roses in action against PanSa’s Jacob Scanlan in a men’s game on Match Day 5 of the 2016 FFAS National League on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016 at Pago Park Soccer Stadium.
 [FFAS MEDIA/Brian Vitolio]
Pago Youth increased their hold on the No. 1 spot in the standings with a 10-0 win over Royal Puma during Match Day 5 of the men’s 2016 FFAS National League on Saturday, Sept. 17 at Pago Park Soccer Stadium. One of the three teams going into the weekend with a share of the top spot in terms of...
Tafuna Jets captain Beulah Oney (middle) defends against PanSa’s Titiula Manuma (left) during the women’s Cup challenge game on Match Day 5 of the 2016 FFAS National League on Saturday, Sept. 17, at Pago Park Soccer Stadium.
 [FFAS MEDIA/Brian Vitolio]
The Tafuna Jets took the women’s National Cup away from PanSa with a 1-0 win on Match Day 5 of the 2016 FFAS National League. Besides taking the cup away, they are now the sole, No. 1 team in the standings after the games at Pago Park Soccer Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016. In other games, it...

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