Yokota High School
Scored three times and assisted on three other goals as the Panthers swept a Department of Defense Dependents Schools-Japan two-match weekend series from Robert D. Edgren and improved to 2-1 on the season.
Niescier, a sophomore transfer from Patch, Germany, got two goals and two assists as Yokota opened the series Friday by beating the Eagles 6-1. The next morning, he recorded another goal and an assist to help the Panthers close the series with a 7-1 triumph.
“It’s obvious that Jimmy loves the game, and he has a world of talent,” Panthers coach Tim Pujol said. “He leads by example, is a dependable teammate and a nice young man.”
Daegu American High School
Scored four goals, giving her five for the season, as the defending Far East Class A Tournament champion Warriors improved to 5-3 with a pair of Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference home victories over the weekend.
Calisto, a junior, on Friday scored twice in the first half of Daegu American’s 5-0 shutout of Yongsan International Seoul. The next morning, Calisto scored once in the first half and once in the second and the Warriors blanked Korea International 3-0.
“She has good passing and ball-control skills and works hard on improving her game,” coach Ed Thompson said. “She has speed, anticipates where our through shots are going, gets to the ball and has strong, accurate shots on goal.”
— Selected by Stars and Stripes staff