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Spring sports season on Okinawa, basketball in Korea delayed

Practices were supposed to start in Korea last week, but change in coronavirus threat condition has high school sports in standby status.

Kubasaki and Kadena boys runners come off the start line during the Far East cross country meet qualifier on Nov. 21. Kadena junior Joe Renquist, third from right, won that meet and posted the fastest boys Division I time of 17 minutes, 31.5 seconds.<br>Alyssa Alvarado/For Stars and Stripes

Gaines, Cheramie lead the way for virtual cross country titles

Under the Far East virtual format enacted for this year, each school ran on regulation 400-meter tracks, seven boys and seven girls each, five runners scoring and the others pushing for a total of 12½ laps.


Humphreys Gold boys, girls snag DODEA-Korea volleyball titles

Shortened season in Korea concludes with split squads from Humphreys winning the day.


DODEA-Pacific cancels spring competition between schools

Track and field, baseball, soccer and softball will be limited to in-school practice only due to DODEA’s health-protection guidelines

Weather nixes Korea tennis finals, but volleyball still a go

The forecast high for Humphreys on Wednesday is 25 degrees Fahrenheit, with similar conditions expected through the week.


Lewis, Grubbs capture crowns in Okinawa district tennis finals

Willow Lewis, a Kubasaki senior, won the first six games in downing Noelle Asato in the girls final, while Kai Grubbs beat his teammate Henry Ruksc 8-1.


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