Pacific Sports

Robert D. Edgren's Christian Enyeart rounds third and heads home against Nile C. Kinnick during Saturday's DODEA-Japan tournament baseball game. The Red Devils outlasted the Eagles 17-13.<br>Caitlin Blount/Special to Stripes

Perry girls break through for first DODEA-Japan title

Bobbi Hill has won just about individual accolades in her four seasons with Matthew C. Perry girls soccer. She’s a three-time All-Far East Division II selection and two-time tournament outstanding offensive player.

Kadena takes over first after two weeks of military football action

Carl Williams ran for 72 yards, had 118 receiving yards and returned a kickoff 102 yards for one of his three scores.

DODEA-Japan titles on the line this weekend

Matthew C. Perry baseball has come oh, so tantalizingly close, yet oh, so frustratingly far from its ultimate goals the past few seasons since coach Frank Macias came on board: Win a DODEA-Japan and a Far East Division II Tournament title.

Prep roundup

Another weekend, another track record falls

American School In Japan senior Britt Sease tops his own record in the 800 in a time of 1:52.67.

Hansen tops Kinser to open up military football season

In the second period, Shane Geitgey threw to receiver Shijuan Rogers for a 60-yard touchdown pass, then ran the 3 yards for the two-pointer. The Outlaws’ defense then held firm the rest of the way.

Home Team

Track athletes can jump and throw more in Guam

A year ago, Ashlyn Yelvchak was an up-and-coming sophomore triple jumper, finishing second in the Idaho junior varsity 5A District III finals with a personal-best 30 feet, 8½ inches – less than 3 inches short of the champion.

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