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Kadena scores once ... and it's enough to beat Humphreys

Panthers improve to 2-0 thanks to fourth-quarter touchdown and stingy defense.

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Cross country preview

Kinnick freshman could follow brother's feats, but not footsteps

YOKOSUKA NAVAL BASE, Japan – Manzi Siibo’s brother Aki swept the Kanto, DODEA-Japan and Far East cross country titles last year. Now, the freshman speedster is now being called “the next one” by observers and Nile C. Kinnick teammates.


Volleyball preview

Players have big shoes to fill for defending champs

It’s not easy to follow a legend. But that’s what Alyssa Alvarado will do this season.


Yokosuka bears brunt of Typhoon Faxai as Category 3 storm slams Tokyo-area bases

Yokosuka Naval Base was in recovery mode for nearly 5 ½ hours, with only essential personnel expected at work and assessment teams from public works surveying damage.


Daegu hoping it has quality to top quantity

Nearly one-third of the total boys student enrollment at Daegu is out for football.


PACIFIC STORM TRACKER

Typhoon 14W (Faxai), # 33 FINAL

U.S. bases in Kanto Plain in process of directing all clear as Typhoon Faxai moves northeast out of Tokyo area.


Typhoon 15W (Lingling), #24 FINAL

Shelter in place order for Yongsan lifted, cleanup begins from rough Saturday.


Osan will have fewer players on field, but more on sidelines

Cougars have about twice as many players as last season, but will play nine-man football.


Record numbers have Humphreys thinking big

Humphreys could achieve something that no other school has in the 15-year history of the DODEA-Pacific football playoffs – win Far East titles in both Divisions I and II.


Mustangs set to play a new brand of football

With a new head coach, a new offense and with speed and aggressiveness, the Mustangs could contend for a second banner.


Pacific football Fearless Forecast, Week 3

Panthers rebound against Geckos, Kadena edges Dragons in first of two rivalry games.