All DODEA teams will have played at least once by weekend’s end; chase for playoff space heats up.
Panthers rebound against Geckos, Kadena edges Dragons in first of two rivalry games.
Haves and have-nots aplenty on Guam; nothing unusual about that.
Friars, Bulldogs, Panthers, Islanders get nod in season’s opening week.
Former Stripes volleyball Player of the Year dons the No. 25 jersey for the Big East’s Red Storm.
Longtime civilian with Defense Information Systems Agency in Japan, Hawaii, Reedy died in his sleep of a heart attack on Aug. 3 at 58.
Wallace, a 2018 Yokota High School graduate, scored a first-round knockdown his opponent and kept at bay with combinations of right hands and left hooks the rest of the way.
Ross strikes out two in 1 1/3 innings to earn his first decision as a professional pitcher.
Samurai strikers Feltner, Lange named to All-America teams; Kinnick’s Donnelly earns All-North Region honor.
2014 Nile C. Kinnick graduate taken in 39th round of MLB draft by Pirates.
Robert Hochmuth, known as “Casey Bob,” was a familiar face both in Korea post-level and Pacificwide military softball.
Former Panther signed as undrafted free agent by Packers; other DODEA athletes sign to take their games to the next level.
Ex-Seoul American defensive lineman Sidney Malau’ulu signed as undrafted free agent out of Wyoming by NFL’s 49ers.
Tugade, John F. Kennedy Class of ’16, piling up records, honors at Naval Academy.
Kubasaki’s Williamson signs to play for the Citadel; ex-Samurai Lebron headed to Evangel University.
Former Yokota guard Henderson commits to St. Joseph’s; ex-Kadena spiker McBurrows signs with Columbia.
Samurai striker Lange inks letter of intent to play for D-I Pacific; Lucas signs to play for D-2 Union (Tenn.).
Panthers, Trojans get the nod in the Far East title games on Saturday.
Top five stay put; Kadena, Kinnick tune up for D-I final with victories.
Top five remain in place; Trojans get nod to edge Eagles, host D-II final.
Red Devils, Panthers set Top Ten pace; Mustangs should edge Blackhawks in Division I showdown.
Samurai one of 106 boys teams honored by United Soccer Coaches with its team academic award for classroom excellence.
Midway’s Klimek makes combined four saves in shutout victories over Pikeville, Kentucky Christian.
Panthers seek vengeance for September home loss last year; Kinnick establishes Japan dominance.
Panthers prevail in D-I title rematch; Samurai edge Zama; Osan gets rough D-II welcome back.
More evidence that the haves and have-nots are quite pronounced this season.
Friars, Sharks, Panthers, Islanders get nod in season’s opening week.
Ex-Dragon played high school, college ball in Indiana before being selected by AL’s Rangers in 28th round of MLB Draft.
Kinnick outside hitter Exotica Hall, middle blocker Jade McGinnis earn partial scholarships to play college volleyball.
Kubasaki’s Washington to join brothers; Kadena’s Wyche, OCSI’s Calvin will also play on.
Panthers senior and all-island cross country champion commits to D-II St. Thomas Aquinas in New York.
Misawa Jets, featuring an All-Armed Forces standout, to head to National Military Basketball in San Antonio.
Kubasaki, Kadena soccer players commit to playing collegiate ball; more may follow.
Panthers middle blocker, center earns full ride to play for Trojans of South Atlantic Conference.
Two unbeatens left, and they never shall meet on the gridiron.
Mustangs make huge jump in ratings; Friars, Red Devils remain 1-2.
Top six remain the same; Tiyan leapfrogs to No. 7, JFK exits ratings.
Friars remain atop the heap; Red Devils leapfrog Panthers for second spot.
Friars remain atop the heap; Kadena, Kinnick, Perry follow; Geckos enter ratings at No. 7.
Panthers stay on Friars’ heels; Samurai, Blackhawks move up after huge wins.
Friars pick up right where they left off, atop ratings; expect Panthers to edge Mustangs in D-I title rematch.
Expect a Red Devil of a close D-I victory; Samurai prevail in D-II inter-district battle.
Could be a red-letter week for defending Far East Division I champions.
Kinnick, Kadena should have their way in DODEA openers; expect Friars to do what Friars always do.
Two-time Far East Division II MVP joins Japan B League Division II Hiroshima Dragonflies.
Red Devils senior gains school-first honor; Perry’s Hill, Lewis also accorded plaudits.
Fuimaono becomes first Panther to ink NLI with D-I football program; Patterson signs with D-III school.
MVP of 2016 Far East D-II baseball tournament commits to Franklin Pierce.
Crusaders’ Calvin signs with Lipscomb, a Christian university in the NCAA Division I Atlantic Sun Conference.
Panthers’ versatile senior Juan King Jr. commits to Culver-Stockton College; White headed for Air Force Academy.
Kubasaki right-hander has been awarded academic scholarship to attend Pennsylvania D-III school.
Panthers senior Junta Callahan signs national letter of intent to play soccer at Valparaiso.
Pacific record holder in discus to get 90-percent academic scholarship as preferred walk-on for Aggies
Former Kubasaki star Matt Ashley gets nine points, six boards in debut as Findlay sets school record, wins fifth straight.
ASIJ won first showdown; Kadena remains champ until somebody knocks them off.
Home vs. road should make all the difference in D-II title game.
Championship pairings set, time for final tune-up games.
Shakeup at the top; expect tight results during de facto “semifinal weekend.”
Kadena still leads the Pacific pack, tabbed to edge ASIJ at Mustang Valley.
Kadena, Father Duenas remain tied for top spot; Dragons tabbed to beat Falcons.
Kadena could wrap up district title with home win over Kubasaki.
Panthers, Friars lead football pack; Mustangs could gallop into D-I title picture.
Crucial D-I, D-II battles should lead to one-sided outcomes.
For the moment, a full slate of games to go ahead on Guam, pending power outages.
Forecast, schedule abbreviated due to postponements, forfeits.
IFL’s top dogs projected to win their season-opening games by double-digit margins.