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Kubasaki Spring Fling TournamentAt Camp Foster

Wednesday’s summary

Kubasaki 11, Kadena 1 (5, run limit)Kadena 000 100— 1 3 4Kubasaki 213 23x—11 8 0W—Patrick “Duck” Duffy, 5 IP, 3 H, R, ER, 2 BB, 3 SO. L—Ryan “Yogi” Yerger, 4 2⁄3 IP, 8 H, 11 R, 4 ER, 6 BB, 3 SO. Batting—Kubasaki, Kaleb Robinson 2-for-3, R, 3 RBI, 2B, HR, SB; Richard Allen 2-for-3, 2 R, 2 RBI, SB. Kadena, Ryan “Yogi” Yerger HR, RBI.

Girls softball

Wednesday’s summary

Kadena 22, Kubasaki 6 (4, run limit)At Kadena Air BaseKubasaki 014 10— 6 4 10Kadena 536 8x—22 10 2W—Kelly Kaneshiro, 4 IP, 4 H, 6 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, SO. L—Veronica “Mars” Johnston, 3 2⁄3 IP, 10 H, 22 R, 16 ER, 11 BB, 2 SO, HBP, 4 WP. Batting—Kadena, Tanisha Hodges 2-for-3, HR, 4 RBI, 2 SB; Chelsea Warner 3-for-3, 6 RBI; Abigail Shapiro-Kinghorn 2 RBI; Kelly Kaneshiro 2-for-4, 2 RBI; Jennifer Jones 3 SB; Dominique Holcomb 2 SB. Kubasaki, Janine Singson 2-for-2, RBI, 2 SB; Veronica “Mars” Johnston RBI, 2 SB.

JapanBaseball

Tuesday’s summaries

At Yokosuka Naval BaseZama American 8, Nile C. Kinnick 5Zama 401 110 1—8 12 2Kinnick 001 220 0—5 9 1W—Alec Holt. Sv—Ricky Martin. Batting—Zama, Matt Freeman 3-for-4, HR; Dominic Labrador 2-for-3. Kinnick, Donald Rose 3-for-4, HR; Kenny Korcal 2-for-3.

Zama American 12, Nile C. Kinnick 8Zama 330 402 0—12 6 2Kinnick 011 042 0— 8 9 3W—Dominic Labrador. Sv—Matt Freeman. Batting—Zama, Matt Freeman 3-for-5; Dominic Labrador 2-for-3. Kinnick, Donald Ross 3-for-3; Taylor Myers 2-for-4.

South KoreaBoys soccer

Wednesday’s summaries

Seoul International 6, Taejon Christian 5At SeongnamHalftime—Seoul Int’l 6-1. Goals—Seoul Int’l, John Eun 2 (3), Hiro Watanabe 2 (2), Paul Cho 1 (3), Ilsoo Yang 1 (1); TCIS, Sun Jim Kim 3 (4), Jerry Promise 1 (4), Jae Lee 1 (2). Assists—Seoul Int’l, Alex Jeong 1, Hiro Watanabe 1; TCIS, Jerry Promise 2, Hamid Alayaki 1.

Seoul American 4, Korea International 2At PangyoHalftime—1-1. Goals—Seoul, Eugene So 2 (9), Peter Kim 1 (9), Josh Chung 1 (5); Korea, Wong Myung Lee 1 (2), Brian Shin 1 (1). Assists—Seoul, Eugene So 1, Josh Chung 1, Peter Kim 1; Korea, Justin Ko 1, Jeffrey Ahn 1.

Seoul Foreign 2, Osan American 0At SeoulHalftime—Seoul Foreign 1-0. Goals—Seoul Foreign, Ben Neumann 2 (15). Assist—Seoul Foreign, Trevor Smith 1.

Girls soccer

Wednesday’s summaries

Seoul American 5, Korea International 0At PangyoHalftime—Seoul American 1-0. Goals—Seoul American, Liz Gleaves 1 (6), Gloria Patterson 1 (3), Micaela Crabtree 1 (3), Brittany Grandy 1 (2), Molly Birrenkott 1 (1).

Osan American 1, Seoul Foreign 0At SeoulHalftime—0-0. Goal—Osan, Angela Frisby 1 (10). Noteworthy—First loss in 10 matches for host Crusaders this season. Visiting Cougars took over first place in Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference despite being outshot 19-5.

Taejon Christian 7, Seoul International 0At SeongnamHalftime—Taejon Christian International 3, Seoul International 0. Goals—Taejon Christian International, Caroline Lee 3 (7), Marlee Elmer 2 (7), Andrea Lee 2 (2), Young Chang 1 (6). Assists—Taejon Christian International, Marlee Elmer 2, Andrea Lee 2, Young Chang 1, Sunjin Oh 1.

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