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Guam’s private schools sports league cancels spring schedule, affecting some Defense Department students

The decision by the Independent Interscholastic Athletic Association of Guam affects track and field, girls soccer, boys volleyball and paddling for high schools including the Department of Defense Education Activity’s Guam High School.

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DODEA cancels spring sports season in Japan

The announcement came the same day that DODEA-Japan and DODEA-Okinawa officials announced that classroom instruction would be halted from March 20-April 10 due to coronavirus concerns.


It's time to play ball again on Okinawa

With play resuming between Kubasaki and Kadena this week, Okinawa is the only place on earth where DODEA teams have started spring sports competition.


DODEA schools on Guam to close amid coronavirus public health emergency

Authorities with Defense Department schools on Guam decided to suspend classes until further notice to stem the spread of coronavirus, according to Joint Region Marianas.


DODEA schools on Guam to remain open as island records its first coronavirus cases

Defense Department schools on Guam will remain open “at this time,” according to an announcement Monday by Joint Region Marianas.


DODEA schools in South Korea will remain closed another week, officials say

Defense Department schools in Korea have been closed since Feb. 26 due to coronavirus concerns.


Foster rallies past Kinser to stay close to Hansen

Outlaws stay unbeaten in military football play by shutting out winless Ryudai.


DODEA schools in Korea to remain closed another week as outbreak of new coronavirus worsens

Students from Camp Humphreys, Daegu garrison and Osan Air Base will continue with online instruction in the interim.


Boys basketball AOY

Cox didn't get all he wanted, but got all he could

Since losing the Far East Division I Tournament final to Seoul American three years ago, Casey Cox said it had been his mission to make up for that defeat and took dead aim at his senior season to do it.


Girls basketball AOY

Sterling-led Zama backed up confidence on the court

It wasn’t that Zama had any less talent last year than during the just-concluded season, Chloe Sterling and her coach Daisy Hayes said.


Wrestling AOY

China almost went untested, but passed final challenge

For 38 straight wrestling matches, Marshall China appeared to have all the right moves.