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Seoul American's Eric Guzman fires the ball in against Kubasaki during Tuesday's round-robin game in the Far East Division I Baseball Tournament. The Falcons won 10-2.

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Seoul American's Eric Guzman fires the ball in against Kubasaki during Tuesday's round-robin game in the Far East Division I Baseball Tournament. The Falcons won 10-2. CALEB RIVERA/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()

Seoul American's Eric Guzman fires the ball in against Kubasaki during Tuesday's round-robin game in the Far East Division I Baseball Tournament. The Falcons won 10-2.

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Seoul American's Eric Guzman fires the ball in against Kubasaki during Tuesday's round-robin game in the Far East Division I Baseball Tournament. The Falcons won 10-2. CALEB RIVERA/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()

St. Mary's Neo Yoshii delivers against American School In Japan during Tuesday's round-robin game in the Far East Division I Baseball Tournament. The Mustangs won 6-5.

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St. Mary's Neo Yoshii delivers against American School In Japan during Tuesday's round-robin game in the Far East Division I Baseball Tournament. The Mustangs won 6-5. CALEB RIVERA/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()

Kadena's Jared Duenas throws across the infield against St. Mary's during Tuesday's round-robin game in the Far East Division I Baseball Tournament. The Panthers won 12-0.

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Kadena's Jared Duenas throws across the infield against St. Mary's during Tuesday's round-robin game in the Far East Division I Baseball Tournament. The Panthers won 12-0. CALEB RIVERA/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()

Nile C. Kinnick's Harry Cheng tries to put the tag on St. Mary's Neo Yoshii during Tuesday's round-robin game in the Far East Division I Baseball Tournament. The teams tied 8-8.


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Nile C. Kinnick's Harry Cheng tries to put the tag on St. Mary's Neo Yoshii during Tuesday's round-robin game in the Far East Division I Baseball Tournament. The teams tied 8-8. CALEB RIVERA/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()

Matthew C. Perry's Bobbi Hill launches a shot against Yokota's Jamia Bailey during Tuesday's pool-play match in the Far East Girls Division II Soccer Tournament, won by the Samurai 4-0.

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Matthew C. Perry's Bobbi Hill launches a shot against Yokota's Jamia Bailey during Tuesday's pool-play match in the Far East Girls Division II Soccer Tournament, won by the Samurai 4-0. AUSTIN LIVENGOOD/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()

Daegu's Ashley Clifton boots the ball against E.J. King's Ayumi Murphy during Tuesday's pool-play match in the Far East Girls Division II Soccer Tournament, won by the Cobras 1-0.

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Daegu's Ashley Clifton boots the ball against E.J. King's Ayumi Murphy during Tuesday's pool-play match in the Far East Girls Division II Soccer Tournament, won by the Cobras 1-0. AUSTIN LIVENGOOD/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()

Humphreys' Christian Saavedra and Christian Academy Japan's Kevin Nelson try to play the ball during Tuesday's pool-play match in the Far East Boys Division II Soccer Tournament, won by the Knights 16-0.

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Humphreys' Christian Saavedra and Christian Academy Japan's Kevin Nelson try to play the ball during Tuesday's pool-play match in the Far East Boys Division II Soccer Tournament, won by the Knights 16-0. CAITLIN BLOUNT/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()

Daegu's Jacob Litton and Robert D. Edgren's Isaiah Robinson scuffle for the ball during Tuesday's pool-play match in the Far East Boys Division II Soccer Tournament, won by the Eagles 1-0. Robinson had the match's only goal.

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Daegu's Jacob Litton and Robert D. Edgren's Isaiah Robinson scuffle for the ball during Tuesday's pool-play match in the Far East Boys Division II Soccer Tournament, won by the Eagles 1-0. Robinson had the match's only goal. CAITLIN BLOUNT/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()

Matthew C. Perry's Lorenzo Hernandez and Zama's Matthew Araki try to play the ball during Tuesday's pool-play match in the Far East Boys Division II Soccer Tournament, won by the five-time defending champion Samurai 4-0.


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Matthew C. Perry's Lorenzo Hernandez and Zama's Matthew Araki try to play the ball during Tuesday's pool-play match in the Far East Boys Division II Soccer Tournament, won by the five-time defending champion Samurai 4-0. CAITLIN BLOUNT/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()

Matthew C. Perry's Chad Schuch kicks and delivers against Yokota during Tuesday's game in the Far East Division II Baseball Tournament. The Samurai scored thrice in the bottom of the seventh to edge the two-time defending champion Panthers 3-2.

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Matthew C. Perry's Chad Schuch kicks and delivers against Yokota during Tuesday's game in the Far East Division II Baseball Tournament. The Samurai scored thrice in the bottom of the seventh to edge the two-time defending champion Panthers 3-2. DENISA KIM/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()

Robert D. Edgren's Carter Meinhart delivers against Humphreys during Tuesday's game in the Far East Division II Baseball Tournament, won by the host Blackhawks 11-1.

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Robert D. Edgren's Carter Meinhart delivers against Humphreys during Tuesday's game in the Far East Division II Baseball Tournament, won by the host Blackhawks 11-1. DENISA KIM/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()

Nile C. Kinnick's Kai Sullivan tries to dribble from between Kadena defenders Seth Garcia and Junta Callahan during Tuesday's round-robin match in the Far East Boys Division I Soccer Tournament, won by Panthers 3-0.

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Nile C. Kinnick's Kai Sullivan tries to dribble from between Kadena defenders Seth Garcia and Junta Callahan during Tuesday's round-robin match in the Far East Boys Division I Soccer Tournament, won by Panthers 3-0. KATRICIA AQUINO/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()

Nile C. Kinnick's Kai Sullivan heads the ball against Kadena during Tuesday's round-robin match in the Far East Boys Division I Soccer Tournament, won by Panthers 3-0.

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Nile C. Kinnick's Kai Sullivan heads the ball against Kadena during Tuesday's round-robin match in the Far East Boys Division I Soccer Tournament, won by Panthers 3-0. KATRICIA AQUINO/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()

Zama's Ayumi Davis lays into a Yokota pitch during Tuesday's triple-elimination game in the Far East Division II Softball Tournament. The Trojans edged the two-time defending champion Panthers 15-13 and again later 9-8 to reach the tournament final, needing only one win to secure their first title since 2012.

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Zama's Ayumi Davis lays into a Yokota pitch during Tuesday's triple-elimination game in the Far East Division II Softball Tournament. The Trojans edged the two-time defending champion Panthers 15-13 and again later 9-8 to reach the tournament final, needing only one win to secure their first title since 2012. DAVE ORNAUER/STARS AND STRIPES ()

E.J. King's Abigail Skibsted snags a Yokota fly ball during Tuesday's triple-elimination game in the Far East Division II Softball Tournament. The Panthers edged the Cobras 15-14 to keep hope for their third straight title alive. 

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E.J. King's Abigail Skibsted snags a Yokota fly ball during Tuesday's triple-elimination game in the Far East Division II Softball Tournament. The Panthers edged the Cobras 15-14 to keep hope for their third straight title alive. DAVE ORNAUER/STARS AND STRIPES ()

Yokota right-hander Ashley Woodruff lets fly against E.J. King during Tuesday's triple-elimination game in the Far East Division II Softball Tournament. The Panthers edged the Cobras 15-14 to keep hope for their third straight title alive.

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Yokota right-hander Ashley Woodruff lets fly against E.J. King during Tuesday's triple-elimination game in the Far East Division II Softball Tournament. The Panthers edged the Cobras 15-14 to keep hope for their third straight title alive. DAVE ORNAUER/STARS AND STRIPES ()

Splish-splash! Kubasaki's Jeffrey Horton tries to dribble the ball against Seoul American and through standing water on the field during Tuesday's round-robin match in the Far East Boys Division I Soccer Tournament, won by defending champion Dragons 5-1.

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Splish-splash! Kubasaki's Jeffrey Horton tries to dribble the ball against Seoul American and through standing water on the field during Tuesday's round-robin match in the Far East Boys Division I Soccer Tournament, won by defending champion Dragons 5-1. KATRICIA AQUINO/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()

Zama's Paris Hingel, left, clutches the ball after making the catch for the final out against Yokota, and joins teammate Danielle Cruz in celebration as umpire Kelly Cook holds the out call after Tuesday's triple-elimination game in the Far East Division II Softball Tournament. The Trojans edged the two-time defending champion Panthers 15-13 and again later 9-8 to reach the tournament final, needing only one win to secure their first title since 2012.

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Zama's Paris Hingel, left, clutches the ball after making the catch for the final out against Yokota, and joins teammate Danielle Cruz in celebration as umpire Kelly Cook holds the out call after Tuesday's triple-elimination game in the Far East Division II Softball Tournament. The Trojans edged the two-time defending champion Panthers 15-13 and again later 9-8 to reach the tournament final, needing only one win to secure their first title since 2012. DAVE ORNAUER/STARS AND STRIPES ()

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SoftballFar East Division I Softball Wednesday at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa American School In Japan vs. Kubasaki, 7 a.m. Nile C. Kinnick vs. Seoul American, 8 a.m. Kadena vs. Kubasaki, 9 a.m.Single-elimination playoffs 4 vs. 5, 11 a.m.Semifinals 2 vs. 3, 1 p.m. 1 vs. Game 1 winner, 3 p.m.Third Semifinal losers, 6 p.m.Championship Semifinal winners, 8 p.m.Far East Division II Softball Tuesday at Naval Air Facility Atsugi, JapanMatthew C. Perry 25, Humphreys 10Samurai 87(10)—25Blackhawks 514—10W — Haley Greulich; L — Josie Goering. Noteworthy — Blackhawks eliminated.Osan 15, Daegu 14 Warriors 352 04 — 14Cougars 040 29x-15W — Aly Eitland; L — Kaitlyn Simon-Sandoval. Noteworthy — Warriors eliminated.Perry 17, Osan 1 Cougars 100 — 1Samurai 89x — 17W — Olivia Reneau; L — Eitland. Noteworthy — Cougars eliminatedZama 15, Yokota 13 Trojans 021 080 4 — 15Panthers 204 230 2 — 13W — Ally Chiarenza; L — Adrianna Diaz. Noteworthy — Hannah Schindler hit three-run double to cap eight-run fifth to tie the game, then doubled in a run as part of a four-run seventh to put Trojans ahead to stay.E.J. King 4, Robert D. Edgren 1 Eagles 010 000 — 1Cobras 102 001 — 4W — Julianna Betancourt; L — Brittany Crown.Edgren 13, Perry 3 Samurai 002 10 — 3Eagles 562 0x — 13W — Crown; L — Reneau. Noteworthy — Samurai eliminated.Yokota 15, King 14 Cobras 107 6 — 14Panthers (12)20 1x — 15W — Jennifer Gueits; L — Shiona Lonesky. Noteworthy — Sydney McDonough’s walk-off loop single to center field plated Ashley Woodruff.Zama 9, Yokota 8 Panthers 224 — 8Trojans 261x — 9W — Chiarenza; L — Diaz. Noteworthy — Danielle Cruz’s bases-loaded walk plated Ayumi Davis with the winning run and send the Trojans to the final.

Wednesday’s games Edgren vs. King, 8:30 a.m. Yokota vs. Edgren-King winner, 11:30 a.m., loser takes third placeChampionship Zama vs. second game winner, 2:30 p.m. Second and third games at 4:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. if necessary (Zama must be defeated three times).

BaseballFar East Division I Baseball Tuesday at Yongsan Garrison, South KoreaAmerican School In Japan 6, St. Mary’s 5 Titans 005 — 5Mustangs 33x — 6W — Ian Donahue; L — Neo Yoshii.Seoul American 10, Kubasaki 2 Dragons 100 1 — 2Falcons 640 x — 10W — Sean Sullivan; L — Kyle Featherston.Kadena 12, St. Mary’s 0 Panthers 624 — 12Titans 000 — 0W — Nate Duenas; L — Ryunosuke Saito.Seoul 10, Nile C. Kinnick 8 Red Devils 800 — 8Falcons 262 — 10W — Dalton Yoder; L — Terrence Berg.ASIJ 14, Kubasaki 1 Mustangs 451 4 — 14Dragons 100 0 — 1W — Ken Hemmer; L — Dominic Shortridge.St. Mary’s 8, Kinnick 8 Titans 304 1 — 8Red Devils 202 4 — 8Pitching — Titans: Kai Strawn; Red Devils: Mason Smith.Seoul 4, ASIJ 1 Falcons 220 0 — 4Mustangs 000 1 — 1W — Logan Howell; L — Hemmer.Kadena 3, Kubasaki 0 Panthers 102 0 — 3Dragons 000 0 — 0W — Caleb Yasaki; L — Trey McKoy.Wednesday’s games Single-elimination playoffs St. Mary’s vs. Kadena, 9 a.m. Kinnick vs. Kubasaki, 9 a.m.Semfinals Seoul vs. St. Mary’s-Kadena, 11 a.m. ASIJ vs. Kinnick-Kubasaki, 11 a.m.Fifth St. Mary’s-Kadena loser vs. Kinnick-Kubasaki loser, 1 p.m.Third Semifinal losers, 1 p.m.Championship Semifinal winners, 2 p.m.Far East Division II Baseball Tuesday at Camp Humphreys, KoreaHumphreys 11, Osan 1 Cougars 000 1 — 1Blackhawks 713 x — 11W — Matt Whitening; L — Carson Nugent. Noteworthy — Cougars eliminated.Daegu 4, Zama 3 Trojans 200 01 — 3Warriors 200 02x — 4W — Michael Martinez; L — Carter Whitton. Noteworthy — Trojans eliminated.Humphreys 11, Edgren 1 Blackhawks 071 3 — 11Eagles 000 1 — 1W — Jackson Taylor; L — Christian Enyeart. Noteworthy — Eagles eliminated.Perry 3, Yokota 2 Panthers 000 200 0 — 2Samurai 000 000 3x — 3W — Chad Schuch; L — Jack Winkler. Noteworthy — Garrett Macias and Schuch each hit run-scoring infield singles to cap the Samurai’s rally from a 2-0 deficit to reach Wednesday’s final.Daegu 8, Humphreys 1 Warriors 140 030 — 8Blackhawks 000 010 — 1W — Elijah Bembishew; L — Brice Bulotovich. Noteworthy — Blackhawks eliminated.Wednesday’s games Yokota vs. Daegu, 8 a.m., loser takes third Osan vs. Zama, 10 a.m., sixth and seventh place Edgren vs. Humphreys, noon, fourth and fifth placeChampionship Yokota-Daegu winner vs. Perry, 2 p.m.

Soccer BoysFar East Boys Division I Soccer Tuesday at Camp Foster, OkinawaKubasaki 5, Seoul American 1 Halftime — 3-0. Goals — Dragons: John Boran (10), Ryo Elliot (9), Sinjin Pharathikoune (5), Jeffrey Horton (3); Falcons: Jan Rodriguez (8). Assists — Dragons: Joshua Swen 2, Horton, Chris Edwards.Kadena 3, Kinnick 0 Halftime — 3-0. Goals — Panthers: Kian Smith (16), Junta Callahan (4), Carter Rhodehouse (3). Noteworthy — Match was ended after one half due to heavy rain and unplayable conditions.Wednesday’s matches Semifinals Kubasaki vs. Kinnick, 9 a.m. Seoul vs. Kadena, 11 a.m.Third Semifinal losers, 3 p.m.Championship Semifinal winners, 5 p.m.Far East Boys Division II Soccer Tuesday at Misawa Air Base, Japan Group 1Humphreys 1, E.J. King 0 Halftime — 1-0. Goal — Blackhawks: Jonathan Houghton (10).Christian Academy Japan 10, Edgren 0 Halftime — 6-0. Goals — Knights: Lawrence Yamaguchi 3 (12), Angus Holmes 2 (6), Jacky Holmes (7), Kevin Nelson (5), Hosanna Fukuzawa (3), Takara Nishizaki (2), ByungYun Kim (2).CAJ 16, Humphreys 0 Halftime — 12-0. Goals — Knights: J. Holmes 4 (11), Yamaguchi 3 (15), Taka Isaka 3 (3), A. Holmes 2 (8), Nelson 2 (7), Kim 2 (4).King 2, Daegu 0 Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Coubras: Cain Breyette (3), Colby Carroll (2).Edgren 1, Daegu 0 Halftime — 1-0. Goal — Eagles: Isaiah Robinson (7).Group 2 Yokota 8, Zama 0 Halftime — 4-0. Goals — Panthers: Keanu McElroy 2 (16), Danny Cordoba 2 (8), David Carlson 2 (3), Dylan Grimes (26), Ethan Schenk (6).Perry 8, Osan 1 Halftime — 4-0. Goals — Samurai: Kai Lange 3 (22), Aidan Lewis 3 (19), David Shoebrook (3), Dylan Ernst (3); Cougars: Kade Woods (2).Yokota 1, Okinawa Christian 1 Halftime — Panthers 1-0. Goals — Panthers: Grimes (27); Crusaders: Ryota Tsukimitsu.Perry 4, Zama 0 Halftime — 4-0. Goals — Samurai: William Randolph 3 (3), Lewis (20).Okinawa Christian 8, Osan 0 Halftime — 6-0. Goals — Crusaders: Tsukimitsu 4, Kai Koreen 2, Kenny Ishida, Isaiah Judge.Wednesday’s matches Single-elimination playoffs King vs. Humphreys, 7:30 a.m. Daegu vs. Osan, 7:30 a.m. Edgren vs. Zama, 9:30 a.m. Perry vs. Okinawa Christian, 11:30 a.m. Yokota vs. Daegu-Osan winner, 1:30 p.m. CAJ vs. King-Humphreys winner, 3:30 p.m.

GirlsFar East Girls Division I Soccer Tuesday at Yokosuka Naval Base, JapanSeoul American 2, Kubasaki 1 Halftime — Falcons 1-0. Goals — Falcons: Any Arnold (2), Sierra Furner (1); Dragons: Hanna Ervasti (1). Assists — Falcons: Fran Vido; Dragons: Tasher Odom.Kadena 3, ASIJ 2 Halftime — Panthers 2-1. Goals — Panthers: Phoebe Bills (10), Pam Barrett (9), Sam Murray (5); Mustangs: Lexi Howe (12), Kennedy Baca (10). Assists — Panthers: J.J. Craion, Barrett; Mustangs: Howe, Lisa Okazaki.Kinnick 4, Seoul 1 Halftime — Red Devils 1-0. Goals — Red Devils: Kiralyn Kawachi 2 (21), Ella Eisenhardt (16), Juleesa Taylor (3); Falcons: Natalie Cargill (21). Assists — Red Devils: Emily Zeller, Hannah Quejada, Courtney White.Kubasaki 1, ASIJ 0 Halftime — 0-0. Goal — Dragons: Katlynd Kosnik (1).Wednesday’s matches ASIJ vs. Kinnick, 9 a.m. Kadena vs. Kubasaki, 11 a.m.Semifinals 2 vs. 3, 2:30 p.m. 1 vs. 4, 4:30 p.m.Far East Girls Division II Soccer Tuesday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, JapanPool A Edgren 3, Humphreys 1 Halftime — 1-1. Goals — Eagles: Lizzy Long 2 (5), Vicky Lucero (1); Blackhawks: Isabella Nocera (6).King 1, Daegu 0 Halftime — 0-0. Goal — Cobras: Gabriella Shultz (17).Sacred Heart 0, Edgren 0Daegu 2, Humphreys 1 Halftime — 0-0. Goals — Warriors: Ciera Davis (4), Sarah Spavins (2); Blackhawks: Nocera (7).Sacred Heart 1, King 1 Halftime — Cobras 1-0. Goals — Cobras: Shultz (18); Symbas: Joyce Skeete (20).Pool B Perry 8, CAJ 1 Halftime — 4-0. Goals — Samurai: Bobbi Hill 6(38), Hazel Bolduc (6); Knights: Maika Edberg (1). Assists — Samurai: Sakura Fleming 2, Devon Shuman, Anna Garcia, Maddi Swieczkowski.Osan 1, Yokota 0 Halftime — 0-0. Goal — Cougars: Allyson Marek (11).Zama 5, CAJ 0 Halftime — 3-0. Goals — Trojans: Amanda Stephens 4 (36), Kayesha McNeill (1).Perry 4, Yokota 0 Halftime — 2-0. Goals — Samurai: Taniya Smith 2 (13), Hill (39), Fleming (9).Osan 1, Zama 0 Halftime — 0-0. Goal — Cougars: Marek (12).Wednesday’s matches Single-elimination playoffs Daegu vs. CAJ, 8 a.m. Yokota vs. Humphreys, 10 a.m. Osan vs. Edgren, noon Sacred Heart vs. Zama, 2 p.m. King vs. Daegu-CAJ winner, 4 p.m. Perry vs. Yokota-Humphreys winner, 6 p.m.


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