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Dave Ornauer

Tropical Storm28W (Trami), # 4

Long-term forecast remains very uncertain; where will it go and how strong will it be?

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PACIFIC STORM TRACKER

Typhoon 26W (Mangkhut), # 32 FINAL

All warning signals for Hong Kong canceled at 7:10 p.m. Monday


Kinnick doesn't need late rally to improve to 2-0

Patrick Kelly racked up 206 yards of total offense and accounted for four touchdowns in the 35-6 victory.


Pacific Fearless Forecast, Week 4

All DODEA teams will have played at least once by weekend’s end; chase for playoff space heats up.


Kinnick and Humphreys meet for first time on football field

They gathered for the team’s traditional Thursday pasta feed, in the school cafeteria at Humphreys, something the Blackhawks have been doing since Steven Elliott took the team’s reins in the 2016 season.


US bases ‘fully mission capable’ after Category 2 typhoon pummels Guam

While Typhoon Mangkhut has moved on from Guam and the Northern Marianas, it could take days to assess damage and clean up debris left in the powerful storm’s wake.


Down big, Kinnick rallies to upend Kadena

Trailing 33-6 with less than 8 minutes to play, Red Devils score final 28 points to get some revenge for last year's title-game defeat.


Pacific Fearless Forecast, Week 3

Panthers prevail in D-I title rematch; Samurai edge Zama; Osan gets rough D-II welcome back.


Down in numbers, Mustangs to count on experienced returners

Wideout-turned QB Oliver Rogers will be joined on offense by returning skill-position players Rhys Gallagher, Dean Hahne and Andrew Howe, all seniors and all capable of running the ball and playing receiver.


Tennis preview

After ASIJ steps aside, there's renewed hope on tennis courts

After basking in what coach Amanda Vinson called a “dream season” for Kubasaki’s tennis team, Shannon Hyde and the Dragons face a 2018 season in which they’ll be starting over in many respects.


Volleyball preview

Dragons hungry to return to D-I throne

The 2017 volleyball season could be summed up in two words for the Kubasaki Dragons: Injuries and disappointments. At least until the third-place match of last October’s Far East Division I Tournament.