SoccerE.J. King, Osan and Seoul American at DaeguWhen — 1:30, 3, 4:30 and 6 p.m. Friday and 9 and 10:30 a.m. and noon and 1:30 p.m. Saturday.Where — Carroll Field at Camp Carroll on Friday and Kelly Field on Camp Walker on Saturday.What — Only regular-season inter-district competition between DODDS Korea and DODDS Japan soccer teams on the schedule. As a cost-cutting measure, DODDS flies E.J. King to Daegu, at far less expense than it would have to pay for flights to the Tokyo area or Misawa, where other DODDS Japan teams are based. It’s also a chance to finally pick up some wins for six of the eight teams, Osan’s boys (0-10) and girls (4-5-1), Daegu’s boys (1-8) and girls (0-6-2) and E.J. King’s boys (1-5) and girls (1-8). Seoul American’s boys enter the series 8-1 and the girls 4-3-2.Players to watch — Osan’s girls are fueled by their “Guam Connection” of Andrea Carandang (eight goals) and Evie Garrido (five). Daegu’s boys’ biggest luminary has been Henry Faivre (five goals), while E.J. King’s boys have gotten good production from Steven Ball and Thomas McGrath (six goals each).

Other events of note:

Baseball, softball DODDS Japan baseball and softball tournaments, Friday and Saturday, baseball at Camp Zama’s Rambler Field and softball at Yokota High’s Headley Field. Six teams each take the field for the second and third days of a three-day competition; Nile C. Kinnick is defending each title.

Track and field Okinawa’s fourth of six meets, 9 a.m. Saturday and, for the first time this season, held off-base at Chatan Stadium, near American Village. It will be the first to feature fully automated timing.

Girls soccer Zama at Matthew C. Perry, 4:30 p.m. Friday and 10:45 a.m. Saturday. Second of two regular-season meetings that some observers have called a preview of the Far East Division II Tournament championship match next month at Misawa Air Base, Japan.

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