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Players compete during an April 12, 2010, U.S. Forces Japan-American Football League game in Yokosuka, Japan. On Saturday, June 10, 2017, the Kadena Dragons beat the Hansen Outlaws 26-0 to win the championship title game.<br>U.S. Navy

Sargent’s passes, stingy D boost Kadena to Torii Bowl title

Dallas Sargent and Kadena left nothing to chance in Saturday’s Torii Bowl, earning redemption for a heartbreaking overtime defeat in 2016 by leaving nothing to chance in the 2017 U.S. Forces Japan-American Football League title game.

Zama solves Yokota puzzle at last; Chiarenza earns Player of the Year honor

Senior Ally Chiarenza pitched the majority of the innings in Zama’s 17 victories. At the plate, the senior batted a team-high .733 with a .785 on-base percentage, 1.187 slugging percentage and 1.972 OPS, with 20 extra-base hits, 45 RBIs, 14 walks and just four strikeouts.

Samurai specialize in late wins; Macias earns Player of Year

Perry saved their best for last, winning the D-II semifinal and title games in comeback fashion by one run each. Garrett Macias was named tournament Most Valuable Player for the second time in three years and has been named Stars and Stripes Player of the Year.

Kawachi leads Red Devils rebound to title, named Player of Year

Kiralyn Kawachi netted the Far East Division I tournament’s Golden Boot award, her second All-Tournament selection and Stars and Stripes Pacific girls soccer Player of the Year honors.

Player of Year Yamaguchi, CAJ adjust to new division, win title

Lawrence Yamaguchi and Christian Academy Japan’s boys soccer team entered the season feeling mostly unfulfilled. But he ended it as Stars and Stripes boys soccer Athlete of the Year for the Far East Division II champions.

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