Seisen freshman breaks league record in 3,200 while running it for the first time.
Four-team league has season debut with a pair of games on Okinawa.
Once canceled, baseball and softball events revived this weekend at Zama and Yokota.
Panthers win 7-6, 7-5 to get a small measure of revenge for last year's title game loss to defending D-I champions.
Kadena wins both boys and girls divisions at annual meet on Okinawa.
Jarvis Stokes, a Daegu sophomore, last Saturday recorded a long-jump leap of 6.89 meters – the longest in the Pacific in eight years and just .16 meters off the 18-year-old Pacific record.
Willie Banks, Mike Powell, Jacqueline Hansen and Ken Flax talk to young athletes at Yokota Striders event.
Katrina Reid helps Kinnick top Zamaa and Alona Paja's goal helps Humphreys down Daegu.
Two-time Far East Division I baseball champion Dragons travels from Okinawa to Korea to face Seoul American and Daegu. Boys soccer team travels as well.
Transfer brings instant offense to team that lost most of its goal-scoring prowess from a year ago.
Former New York Yankees stars Derek Jeter and Hideki Matsui reunited for the “2 with 55 Tomodachi Game,” an exhibition at the Tokyo Dome that raised funds for children affected by the 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami.
Kaelyn Francis turns in second-fastest girls 100 recorded in Pacific.
Daniel Galvin, Christian Sonnenberg not far from records in season's first week.
4-2 victory over St. Maur is 19th straight for Samurai, while girls team takes third.
Boys soccer preview
Defending champions Perry, Kadena re-stocking cupboards emptied by graduation.
Girls soccer preview
Dragons sport new coach, but many of those who helped team to title a year ago are back for more.
Zama and ASIJ each lost six seniors to graduation, but hold out hope that new heroes will take their places and repeat.
USA Football to conduct skills development clinic for DODDS Korea high schoolers, youth.
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2015 day-by-day spring sports schedules and results for:
Guam boys volleyball
Guam girls soccer
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Guam boys basketball
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DODDS Pacific schedules from previous years
Pacific Scoreboard: April 19, 2015
04:51 April 19, 2015
Pacific Scoreboard: April 18, 2015
03:14 April 19, 2015
Pacific Scoreboard: April 17, 2015
10:14 April 17, 2015
Pacific Scoreboard: April 16, 2015
10:08 April 16, 2015
Pacific Scoreboard: April 15, 2015
09:07 April 15, 2015
Top performers, March 25, 2015
Top performers, Feb. 4, 2015
Top performers, Jan. 28, 2015
Top performers, Jan. 21, 2015
Top performers, Jan. 14, 2015
Stars and Stripes reporter Dave Ornauer talks about the Pacific sports scene on AFN Radio. (Click on right arrow to play file.)
April 17: Dave Ornauer highlights the return of a couple cancelled baseball and softball tournaments, while mentioning the weekend's soccer and track happennings.
April 3: There's still action on the diamonds and tracks before DODDS schools take spring breaks.
March 20: Several DODDS athletes have track records in their sites as season starts off at a sprint.