Complete All-Armed Forces softball tournament recap

It was a black-and-gold kind of week last week at Fort Sill, Okla., where the All-Army teams repeated as All-Armed Forces softball tournament champions, while two Korea-based soldiers were named to the All-Armed Forces teams.

Miranda Campbell of Camp Casey and Kenneth Turlington of Camp Humphreys now head to Oklahoma City, where the All-Armed Forces teams compete in the Amateur Softball Association’s national Class A championship tournaments.

Here are the complete All-Armed Forces tournaments:

Men’s standings
Army, 8-1; Air Force, 6-3; Navy, 2-6; Marine Corps, 1-7

Sunday,  Sept. 15
Navy 21, Marine Corps 6
Air Force 25, Army 24
Marine Corps 18, Air Force 17 (8)
Army 19, Navy 3

Monday, Sept. 16
Air Force 25, Navy 19
Army 31, Marine Corps 30
Army 22, Navy 7
Air Force 19, Marine Corps 4

Tuesday, Sept. 17
Army 23, Marine Corps 16
Air Force 23, Navy 17
Army 24, Air Force 21
Navy vs. Marine Corps, ppd., rain

Wednesday, Sept. 18
Air Force 20, Navy 14
Army 26, Navy 11
Air Force 24, Marine Corps 20
Army 25, Marine Corps 16

Thursday, Sept. 19
Navy 20, Marine Corps 13
Army 23, Air Force 8

All-Armed Forces team
(Coaches: Victor Rivera, Fort Drum, N.Y.; Michael Dochwhat, Fort Sill, Okla.)
Army — David Moore, Fort Bragg, N.C.; Dane Miller, Fort Sill, Okla.; Jacob Lenk, Bamberg, Germany; Marshall Woods, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii; Eric Querry, Fort Hood, Texas; Kenneth Turlington, Camp Humphreys, South Korea.
Air Force — John Allen, Grand Forks, N.D.; Nickolas Maragliano, Youngstown Air Reserve Station, Ohio; Charles Campbell, Scott, Ill.; Jose Otero, March Air Reserve Base, Calif.; Dexter High, Nellis, Nev.
Navy — Waylong Logsdon, Joint Base Hickam-Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; Jacob Alicuben, Clemson-class destroyer USS Reuben James.
Marine Corps — Rynne Brandt, Camp Pendleton, Calif.

Women’s standings
Army, 8-0; Air Force, 4-4, Navy, 0-8

Sunday, Sept. 15
Air Force 7, Navy 1
Army 12, Air Force 5
Army 10, Navy 0

Monday, Sept. 16
Air Force 2, Navy 0
Army 8, Air Force 4
Army 9, Navy 1

Tuesday, Sept. 17
Army 3, Air Force 2
Army 4, Navy 2
Air Force 16, Navy 1

Wednesday, Sept. 18
Army 13, Navy 8
Air Force 6, Navy 5
Army 6, Air Force 3

All-Armed Forces team
(Coaches: Kenneth Fairley, Fort Sill, Okla.; Andre Amantine, Fort Sill, Okla.; Parrish Purnell, Bethesda, Md.)
Army — Leina Braxton and Terri Andreoni, Fort Bliss, Texas; Melissa Graves, Fort Bragg, N.C.;  Miranda Campbell, Camp Casey, South Korea; Trina McGee, Fort Campbell, Ky.; Shermeka Burks, Gretna, La.; April McGarity, Fort Meade, Md.; Britnee Arvella, Massachusetts Army National Guard.
Air Force — Candace Dugo, Beale, Calif.; Kristina Dempsey, Suffolk, Va.; Alexis Vincent, Whiteman, Mo.; Karrie Warren, Tyndall, Fla.
Navy — Janiccia Taylor, Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower; Christian Camp, Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln.

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