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Boys Division I (large schools)Dates—May 16-20.

Host—Kubasaki High School, Camp Foster, Okinawa.

Sites—Mike Petty Stadium and Upper Field, Kubasaki High School, Camp Foster, Okinawa.

Participating teams—Kubasaki Dragons (2001, 2002 and 2008 champions), Camp Foster, Okinawa; Yokota Panthers, Yokota Air Base, Japan; Nile C. Kinnick Red Devils, Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan; Guam High Panthers, Agana Heights, Guam; Christian Academy Japan Knights (Division II 2002 champions, Division I 2005, 2007 and 2009 champions); Seoul American Falcons, South Post, Yongsan Garrison, South Korea; Kadena Panthers, Kadena Air Base, Okinawa (1999, 2003, 2004 and 2006 champions).

Returning All-Far East players—Aaron Ahner (two-time selection), Marty Maschio, Kadena; Leo Muro, Kubasaki; Ryo Fuseya, Christian Academy Japan; Josh Chung, Seoul American; Gabe Huizar, Yokota.

Format—Single round-robin, one pool of seven teams, first 2½ days. Wins worth three points, ties worth one point, goals worth one each up to a maximum of three per team per match, shutout worth one point. Loss worth no points regardless of goals scored. Forfeit worth 10 points for winning team (scored 3-0). Tiebreaker procedure for seeding purposes: 1) Head-to-head play, 2) goal differential among teams involved in tie up to three goals per match, 3) goals against among teams involved in tie, 4) coin toss or blind draw. All teams qualify for single-elimination tournament with consolation bracket last three days. Pool-play matches 25 minute-halves with 5-minute intermission; playoff matches 40-minute halves with 10-minute halftime. All playoff matches except semifinals and championship go straight to penalty kicks in event of a tie after full time; semifinals and championship extended to two 10-minute periods, no “golden goal,” followed by two five-minute sudden-death “golden goal” periods and penalty-kick shootout, if necessary. Mercy rule applies to all matches; match will end if one team takes eight-goal lead, regardless of time left.

Schedule of events—First pool-play match 9 a.m. Monday. Last pool-play match 10:30 a.m. Wednesday. First playoff match 2 p.m. Wednesday. Championship match at 5 p.m. Friday at Mike Petty Stadium, followed by awards ceremony.

Awards—Most Valuable Player, Golden Boot, best goalkeeper, best defender, Jesse Tamayo Memorial team sportsmanship award and 15-player All-Tournament team.

Girls Division I (large schools)Dates—May 16-20.

Host—Kadena High School, Kadena Air Base, Okinawa.

Sites—Lower (main) Field and Upper Field, Kadena High School, Kadena Air Base, Okinawa.

Participating teams—Group A, Kubasaki Dragons (2002, 2003, 2007 champions), Camp Foster, Okinawa; Guam High Panthers, Agana Heights, Guam; American School In Japan Mustangs (2008 champions); Yokota Panthers, Yokota Air Base, Japan. Group B, Seoul American Falcons (defending champion), South Post, Yongsan Garrison, South Korea; Christian Academy Japan Knights, Tokyo; Nile C. Kinnick Red Devils, Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan; Kadena Panthers (1998, 2000 and 2004-06 champions), Kadena Air Base, Okinawa.

Returning All-Far East players—Gloria Patterson, Liz Gleaves (reigning Most Outstanding Player), Seoul American; Elizabeth Fabila, Ku’uleialoha Ampong (2009), Kubasaki; Jasmine Pressley (two-time Division II selection with Osan American in 2008-09), Bria Pressley (Division I selection with Osan American in 2009), Kadena.

Format—Single round-robin, two pools of four teams each, first two days, 25-minute halves, five-minute halftime. Wins worth six points, ties worth three points and losses worth no points, goals worth one point up to a maximum of three per team per match. Losses worth no points no matter how many goals scored. Forfeits worth 10 points for winning team (scored 3-0). Tiebreaker procedure for seeding purposes: 1) Head-to-head play, 2) goal differential in games involving tied teams, 3) goals allowed in games involving tied teams, 4) coin toss or blind draw. Single-elimination tournament with consolation bracket last three days, 40-minute halves with 10-minute halftime. All matches except semifinals and championship go directly to penalty kicks in event of a draw. Semifinals and championship would be extended in event of a draw to two 10-minute periods, no “golden goal,” followed by two five-minute sudden-death “golden goal” periods and penalty-kick shootout, if necessary. Mercy rule applies to all matches; match will end if one team takes eight-goal lead, regardless of time left.

Schedule of events—First pool-play match 9 a.m. Monday; last pool-play match 3:15 p.m. Tuesday. First playoff match 9 a.m. Wednesday. Championship match 3 p.m. Friday at Kubasaki High School’s Mike Petty Stadium on Camp Foster.

Awards—Most Valuable Player, Golden Boot, Best Defender and Outstanding Goalkeeper awards, Jesse Tamayo Memorial team sportsmanship award, 15-player All-Tournament team.

Boys Division II (small schools)Dates—May 16-19.

Host—Osan American High School, Osan Air Base, South Korea.

Site—Soldier Field and Independence Park, Camp Humphreys, South Korea.

Participating teams—Group A, Yongsan International-Seoul Guardians (2008-09 champion); Matthew C. Perry Samurai (2010 champion), Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan; International Christian-Uijongbu Eagles. Group B, E.J. King Cobras (2007 champion), Sasebo Naval Base, Japan; Robert D. Edgren Eagles, Misawa Air Base, Japan; Osan American Cougars (2004 champion), Osan Air Base, South Korea. Group C, Daegu American Warriors, Camp George, South Korea; Zama American Trojans, Camp Zama/Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Japan; Korea Kent Foreign Scorpions, Seoul.

Returning All-Far East players—Yuta Fleming, Matthew C. Perry; Billy Bortscheller, Jacob Davis, Osan American; Matt Linder, Robert D. Edgren.

Format—Single round-robin, three teams each in three pools, 25-minute halves, 5-minute intermission. Wins worth three points, ties worth one point, losses worth no points no matter how many goals scored, goals worth one point each up to a maximum of three per team per match, shutout worth one point, forfeits worth 10 points for winning team (scored 3-0). Tiebreaker procedures: 1) Head-to-head competition; 2) Total goal differential with maximum of three goals per team per match involving tied teams; 3) Goals allowed in matches involving tied teams; 4) coin toss or blind draw. All teams qualify for double-elimination playoffs, 40-minute halves, 10-minute intermission, followed by two five-minute overtimes, no “golden goal,” followed by two-minute break and penalty-kick shootout if necessary. Mercy rule applies; matches end when a team leads by eight goals, regardless of time left.

Schedule of events—First pool-play matches 9 a.m. Monday. Last pool-play matches 5 p.m. Tuesday. First double-elimination playoff matches 9 a.m. Wednesday. Championship match 1 p.m. Thursday with “if necessary” second game next, followed by awards ceremony.

Awards—Golden Boot, best defensive player, outstanding goalkeeper, 11-player All-Tournament team.

Girls Division II (small schools)Dates—May 16-19.

Host—Matthew C. Perry High School, Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan.

Sites—Penny Lake Fields 1 and 2, Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan.

Participating teams—Osan American Cougars (2002, 2003, 2005, 2006 and two-time defending champion), Osan Air Base, South Korea; Morrison Christian Academy Mustangs, Taichung, Taiwan; Robert D. Edgren Eagles, Misawa Air Base, Japan; Zama American Trojans, Camp Zama/Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Japan (2009 Division I champion); Daegu American Warriors (2007 champion), Camp George, South Korea; Matthew C. Perry Samurai, Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan; E.J. King Cobras, Sasebo Naval Base, Japan.

Returning All-Far East players—Courtney Ouellette, Lydia Kim, Osan American; Marissa Goodwin, Robert D. Edgren; Angie Robinet (two-time selection), Gulee Kwon, Daegu American; Tyesha Clayton, Matthew C. Perry.

Format—Single round-robin, one pool of five teams each, 25-minute halves with 5-minute intermission, no overtime or penalty-kick shootouts, first two days. Wins worth three points, ties worth one point, losses worth no points no matter how many goals scored, shutouts worth one point, forfeits worth 10 points for winning team (scored 3-0). Mercy rule applies; matches end when a team leads by eight goals, regardless of time left. All teams qualify for double-elimination playoffs with modified consolation, 40-minute halves with 10-minute halftime; two five-minute sudden-death “golden goal” overtimes and penalty-kick shootout follow in case of a tie after regulation time.

Schedule of events—First pool-play matches 8 a.m. Monday, last pool-play matches 5 p.m. Tuesday. First double-elimination playoff matches 9 a.m. Wednesday. Championship match 2 p.m. Thursday with “if necessary” match at 4 p.m. All-Star match and closing ceremony to follow.

Awards—Most Valuable Player, outstanding goalkeeper, defensive and Golden Boot awards, 15 All-Tournament selections.

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