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BaseballOkinawaWednesday’s summaryAt Camp FosterFutenma 19, Kubasaki 2Futenma 203 347 0—19 12 2Kubasaki 000 200 0—2 2 18L — Angelo Bourdony, 2 IP, 3 H, 2 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 3 SO.

JapanTuesday’s summariesAt TokyoSt. Mary’s International 12, Yokota 1 (5, run rule)Yokota 000 10—1 3 6 1St. Mary’s 281 1x—12 14 0 9W — Taiki Hirata, CG, 5 IP, 3 H, R, ER, BB, 9 SO. L — Kei DePontbriand, CG, 4 IP, 14 H, 12 R, 4 ER, 3 BB, 5 SO. Batting — St. Mary’s, Taiki Hirata 3-3; Teiji Kim 4 RBI; Hio Miyazawa 3-4, 2B, 3 R, 2 RBI; Edward Cannell 2 RBI; Tomoya Minaki 2-3, 2B; Jose Hihira 2-4.

St. Mary’s International 5, Yokota 0Yokota 000 000 0—0 0 4 0St. Mary’s 111 020 x—5 4 0 6W — Jae Min Cho, CG, 7 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, BB, 9 SO. L — Landon Harvey, CG, 6 IP, 4 H, 5 R, 3 ER, 4 BB, 2 SO. Batting — St. Mary’s, Hio Miyazawa 2-2, 2B, RBI; Stefan Byland 2B.

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Wednesday’s summaryAt TokyoChristian Academy Japan 15, Yokota 0Halftime—CAJ 6, Yokota 0. Goals—CAJ, Ryo Fuseya 4 (4), Kyle Smoker 3 (3), Ryan Hollands 3 (3), Taro Sawada 2 (2), Iso Lee 1 (1), Hiro Nakagawa 1 (1), Elliot Reasoner 1 (1). Assists—CAJ, Ryo Fuseya 3, Ryan Hollands 3, Elliot Reasoner 1.

South KoreaBoysWednesday’s summariesAt SeongnamSeoul American 2, Seoul International 1Halftime — SAHS 2, SIS 1. Goals — SAHS, Mitchell Kim (5), Josh Chung (5). SIS, Eddie Cho (10). Noteworthy — Falcons (5-5-3) remain sixth in Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Division I with 18 points; Tigers (8-3-2) suffer third defeat of season and fall to third with 26.

At DaejeonTaejon Christian International 6, Daegu American 0Halftime — TCIS 4, Daegu 0. Goals — TCIS, Jerry Promise 2 (12), Ray Yu 2 (3), Sung Jin Kim (2), Daniel Seo (1). Noteworthy — Dragons (6-4-1) stay in fifth place in KAIAC Division I with 19 points; Warriors (0-11) remain winless.

At Osan Air BaseGyeonggi Suwon International 4, Osan American 1Halftime — GSIS 2, Osan 0. Goals — GSIS, Jacob Son 3 (15), Jong Hee Kim (3). Osan, Jacob Davis (8). Noteworthy — Purple Knights (6-3-3) break three-match losing streak, remain in fourth in KAIAC D-I with 21 points. Cougars (2-8-1) remain in seventh place.

At SeoulYongsan International-Seoul 2, Seoul Foreign 0Halftime — YIS-S 2, SFS 0. Goals — YIS-S, Jonathan Park (7), Sam Ban (5). Assists — YIS-S, Roland Umoru, Shin Ikeda. Noteworthy — Crusaders (9-2-2) suffer second regular-season defeat for first time in 12 seasons, but remain in first place in KAIAC Division I with 29 points with one match remaining; Guardians (8-2-3) move up to second with 27 points.

Tuesday’s summaryAt Osan Air BaseOsan American 2, Korea International 2Halftime — 0-0. Goals — Osan, Jacob Davis (7), Darryl Fox (2).

GirlsWednesday’s summariesAt SeoulSeoul Foreign 0, Yongsan International-Seoul 0Noteworthy — Crusaders (11-1-1) remain in first place in KAIAC Division I with 33 points with one match left.

At SeongnamSeoul American 5, Seoul International 1Halftime — SAHS 3, SIS 1. Goals — SAHS, Liz Gleaves 3 (21), Amanda Jackson (6), Angelique Nash (1). SIS, Agnes Min (1). Assists — SAHS, Molly Birencott 3. Noteworthy — Falcons (9-2-2) remain in second place in KAIAC D-I with 29 points with one match left.

At DaejeonDaegu American 4, Taejon Christian International 2Halftime — Daegu 2, TCIS 1. Goals — Daegu, Kristina Bergman 3 (6), Sarah Wright (5). TCIS, Caroline Lee (10), Young Chang (9). Assist — TCIS, Janice Pok. Noteworthy — Warriors (8-1-2) stay in third place with 26 points with three matches left.

At Osan Air BaseOsan American 2, Gyeonggi Suwon International 1Halftime — Osan 2, GSIS 0. Goals — Osan, Hannah Wolf (3), Courtney Ouellette (1). Assist — Osan, Katy Hylton.

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