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The OFC Champions League Qualifier 2018 kicked off locally on Saturday. It is for the National League champions of four countries — American Samoa, Cook Islands, Samoa and Tonga. The winner and runner-up of this tournament will advance to the second stage of the OFC Champions League 2018, which...
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American Samoa will be represented on the USA Softball 2018 World Championship roster, with the selection of Keilani Ricketts to the squad. Ricketts, a pitcher out of San Jose, CA, has strong ties to the territory, through her Gabbard family. She recently married Sean Tumanuvao, son of Kolio and...
WASHINGTON, DC — As the first ever National Polynesian Awards, the event will also honor three exceptional individuals and/or organizations making an impact in the community, including NFL Man of the Year Nominee, Detroit Lions defensive tackle Haloti Ngata. As the number of Polynesian athletes...
The AYFS 49ers ‘Niner Nation’ running out to the field for the first time this season to face the AYFS Bears during the season opener last Saturday morning at the Veterans Memorial Stadium. [photo: TG]
The American Youth Football of Samoa (AYFS) League officially kicked off its 9th season at the Veterans Memorial Stadium last Saturday, with a triple header that entertained fans and supporters. Opening up this year's action were the 49ers and the Bears, the reigning champions who claimed victory...
The Amerika Samoa Girls Volleyball All-Star Team — led by Head Coach Lydia Faleafine Nomura (far left) and Assistant Coach Lalomilo Mano (far right) — departed the territory for Hawai’i last Wednesday for their second appearance at the JPS Paradise Classic III.  The team's first game is set for Thursday, Jan. 11. [photo: TG]
The American Samoa High School Athletics Association (ASHSAA) Girls All-Star Volleyball Team – Team Amerika Samoa - departed the territory last Wednesday for its second appearance in the Junior Prep Sports (JPS) Paradise Classic III in Honolulu, Hawaii. Coverage is sponsored by Congresswoman Aumua...
Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa celebrates with his parents Galu and Diane after overtime of the NCAA college football playoff championship game against Georgia Monday, Jan. 8, 2018, in Atlanta. Alabama won 26-23. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
ATLANTA (AP) — Alabama has turned to freshman Tua Tagovailoa at quarterback. Tagovailoa replaced a struggling Jalen Hurts coming out of the locker room with the Crimson Tide trailing Georgia 13-0 in the College Football Playoff national champion- ship game. Hurts had gone just 3-of-8 passing...
Some of the JPS Division I Football Team members posing for a group photo while awaiting their departure this past Wednesday evening for Hawai’i – to represent American Samoa in the JPS Paradise Football Classic III in Honolulu next week.  [photo: TG]
The American Samoa High School All-Star Football Team is looking to make their second appearance in the Junior Prep Sports (JPS) Paradise Football Classic III that will officially open next week Monday, January 8, 2018 – with the opening ceremony scheduled at Bladesdale Convention Center in Hawai’i...
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A look at the Junior Prep Sports (JPS) Division 1 All-Star Football Team that will be representing American Samoa in the upcoming JPS Football Classic II that will he held at Aloha Stadium in Hawai’i early next month. The team led by Head Coach Okland Salave’a will start departing the territory for...
Virginia assistant coach Mark Atuaia grew up in Laie, and looked up to Robert Anae and Ken Niumatalolo – two of the finest athletes to come out of the of tiny town. (Courtesy photo/UVa)
When Mark Atuaia was going through the college recruiting process, he felt bad that he would have to disappoint one of two men he greatly respected. As a youngster growing up in Laie, Hawaii, Atuaia looked up to Robert Anae and Ken Niumatalolo — two of the finest athletes to come out of the tiny...
Kohl Levao [courtesy photo via Star Advertiser]
The University of Hawaii football team completed the early recruiting period with a signed commitment from offensive lineman Kohl Levao of City College of San Francisco. Levao is the 17th player signed to the Rainbow Warriors’ 2018 recruiting class. Levao is 6 feet 5 and 320 pounds. He played guard...

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