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DODEA players gain ground, but international foes win again

Red Devils senior is the first to DODEA player to finish as a runner-up since 2010.

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D-I football

New kid Humphreys will take on old hand Kadena

It will be the first time the Blackhawks (4-1) have played for the D-I title. Kadena (6-0) has won it a record six times.


D-II football

Hard-nosed Perry to take on explosive Zama

Trojans defeated Samurai 36-14 earlier in the season, but that won't count in championship.


Far East volleyball

Defending champs have thin margins of error

Things were looking mighty good for Zama in its drive to repeat the DODEA-Japan girls volleyball tournament title last weekend at Yokota.


Far East Tennis - Day 1

DODEA players on the verge of spots in finals

One DODEA-Pacific boys player will for sure reach Saturday’s singles finals of the Far East high school tennis tournament. And it’s possible two could reach the girls final.


Far East cross country

Galvins team up to lead Yokota to relay victory

Throughout their high school years, Aiko Galvin said she’d heard constant comparisons of her older brothers Daniel and Mickey, each of them Yokota cross country and track stars.


Far East cross country

Four runners can now call themselves Far East champs

Kinnick's Gailson, King's Scarver win boys races while in girls races, sisters duplicate feats that older brothers had already accomplished.


Far East tennis

High hopes, tension as players get set for action on courts

Jenna Mahoney shouted with joy after the final point, then fell to her knees, a cascade of emotion coursing down her face after she repeated as DODEA-Japan girls singles tennis champion Saturday.


Far East cross country

ASIJ out, Guam in at wide-open Far East meet

Individual, team competitions up for grabs at meet that will have colder conditions than some top competitors are used to.


Pacific football Top Ten, Fearless Forecast, Week 11

Red Devils go road warriors to earn right to play in third straight D-I final


Kinnick, Humphreys meet for right to play one more time

It couldn’t get any more simple for Humphreys and defending champion Nile C. Kinnick: Win and extend the season a week. Lose and go home.