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GolfOkinawaWednesday’s results2011 Okinawa Activities Council district golf championship, Day 2At Taiyo Golf Course, Gushikawa6,645-yard, par-72 18-hole match- and medal-play eventBoysDay 2 — Kubasaki 3, Kadena 2½Combined — Kadena 6½, Kubasaki 4Day 2 match and medal playReid Henderson, Kadena, by walkoverMatthew Duffy, Kubasaki, def. Greg Webb 93-102, 4 upPatrick Snowman, Kubasaki, def. Vincent Loignon 120-121, 1 upJared Rosario, Kubasaki, def. Yoshi Estrada 114-117, 5 upOliver Loignon, Kadena, def. Adrian Curigan 108-112, levelJosh Pinnau, Kadena, def. Brandon Solanga 98-118, 8 upCombined medal playHenderson 78-85—163 +19Duffy 91-93—184 +40Webb 101-102—203 +59Estrada 93-117—210 +66Pinnau 116-98—214 +70Rosario 114-114—228 +84Snowman 114-120—234 +90V. Loignon 114-121—235 +91Solanga 122-118—240 +96GirlsDay 2 — Kubasaki 2, Kadena 1½Combined — Kubasaki 4, Kadena 3½Day 2 match and medal playLandis Mathis, Kadena, def. Terah Whitehurst 94-106, 3 upHelina Tassi, Kadena, def. Logan Ratcliff 106-106, 2 upAlli Sharman, Kubasaki, by walkoverRegan Kreamer, Kubasaki, by walkoverCombined medal playMathis 107-94—201 +57Whitehurst 116-106—222 +78Tassi 120-106—226 +82Ratcliff 120-106—226 +82

SoccerSouth KoreaBoysWednesday’s summariesAt PangyoYongsan International-Seoul 5, Korea International 0Halftime — YIS-S 2, KIS 0. Goals — YIS-S, Jimmy Kim 3 (19), Sam Ban (6), Roland Umoru (5). Assists — YIS-S, Shin Ikeda 3. Goalkeeper saves — YIS-S, Shu Ikeda 5. Noteworthy — In the closest finish in league history, Guardians (9-2-3) capture second place in Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Division I regular-season standings and No. 2 seed in this weekend’s KAIAC Division I Tournament at Osan American.

At SuweonSeoul Foreign 2, Gyeonggi Suwon International 1Halftime — SFS 2, GSIS 0. Goals — SFS, Matthew Kim (5), Benji Oh (2). GSIS, Jacob Son (19). Noteworthy — Crusaders (10-2-2) take KAIAC Division I regular-season title for ninth straight year, No. 1 seed in KAIAC Division I Tournament this weekend at Osan American. Host Purple Knights (7-4-3) take fifth place, No. 5 seed.

At Yongsan GarrisonSeoul American 1, Taejon Christian International 1Halftime - SAHS 1, TCIS 0. Goals — TCIS, Jerry Promise (16). SAHS, David Voelker (4). Assist — TCIS, Jae Suk Lee. Noteworthy — Visiting Dragons (8-4-2) capture fourth place in KAIAC Division I regular-season standings, No. 4 seed in KAIAC Division I Tournament this weekend at Osan American. Falcons (5-5-4) finish in sixth place with No. 6 tournament seed.

GirlsWednesday’s summariesAt Yongsan GarrisonSeoul American 5, Taejon Christian International 0Halftime — SAHS 5, TCIS 0. Goals — SAHS, Liz Gleaves 3 (24), Tori Roberts (11), Sarah Wolfgang (5). Assists — SAHS, Gleaves, Josie Imrie, Molly Birencott. Noteworthy — Host Falcons (10-2-2) take third place in KAIAC Division I, third seed in KAIAC Division I Tournament this weekend at Gyeonggi Suwon International School.

At SuweonSeoul Foreign 6, Gyeonggi Suwon International 1Halftime — SFS 2, GSIS 0. Goals — SFS, Michelle Richardson 3 (16), Claire Bartels 2 (7), Kathy Lee (23). GSIS, Chaeri Park (1). Assists — SFS, Bartels 2, Kathy Lee, Michelle Richardson, Kristen Lee, Yujin Seo. Noteworthy — Crusaders (12-1-1, 37 points) capture third straight KAIAC Division I regular-season title and sixth in seven years, earn top seed in KAIAC Division I Tournament this weekend at Gyeonggi Suwon International. Idle Daegu American (35 points) takes second place and tournament No. 2 seed.

At PangyoKorea International 1, Yongsan International-Seoul 0Details not available.

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