Dave Ornauer

Girls basketball preview

Can three-time champs make it four in a row?

After capturing three titles each in as many tries in the Far East Division II tournament, the question for Yokota girls basketball is, can they make it four in a row each?

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Girls tennis AOY

Chang prefers a team approach to winning titles

More times than not, tennis is viewed as an “all eyes on me” individual discipline, with individual titles possibly leading to team success.

Football AOY

Williams did heroic work on, off field for Humphreys

They call him, “Thor,” for a number of reasons in Humphreys football country.

Far East tennis

Karasawa wraps up tourney that was all Mustangs

Senior rallied from behind in the third set of the final, breaking junior teammate Eriya Hara’s serve in the eighth and the 10th and last game and beating Hara 3-6, 6-1, 6-4.

Far East tennis

ASIJ wins (and loses) as weather-delayed tourney resumes

Senior Noah Inahara repeated his boys singles title and Leon Hoy and Erin Chang of recaptured the Far East mixed doubles title they won in 2015.

Boys cross country AOY

Chase's competitors were the ones doing the chasing

Luke Voth instantly recognized the young man darting out of the woods, the shock of dark hair and the tell-tale stride he said he remembered seeing four years earlier on Kanto Plain cross country courses.

Girls cross country AOY

Cates-Beier's hard work, ability equals title

One thing Taryn Cates-Beier enjoys is work. Hard work.

Volleyball AOY

Yokota's Bailey has picture-perfect ending

No sooner had the last spike of Britney Bailey’s high school career come thundering down to the floor, than a cascade of emotions washed over her.

Pacific Storm Tracker

Tropical Storm 27W (Saola), # 35 FINAL

Saola exiting the Tokyo-Kanto Plain area, warnings at Yokosuka to expire soon.

D-I football final

Kadena rallies in heart-breaking loss for Kinnick

Go for the corner of the end zone and find the championship.

Week 10 Fearless Forecast, Week 9 Grid Honors

Two unbeatens left, and they never shall meet on the gridiron.