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Zama's Tyler Deiwert skies to head the ball against Nile C. Kinnick during Saturday's DODEA-Japan soccer match. Deiwert scored the tying goal as the teams played to a 1-1 draw. It was the Red Devils' first result other than a win in almost three years.

Zama's Tyler Deiwert skies to head the ball against Nile C. Kinnick during Saturday's DODEA-Japan soccer match. Deiwert scored the tying goal as the teams played to a 1-1 draw. It was the Red Devils' first result other than a win in almost three years. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

High school

Track and field

Japan

Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni

(Distances in meters)

Boys

Nile C. Kinnick 127, E.J. King 10, Matthew C. Perry 9

Shot put Skyler Schaeffer (Kinnick) 9.93 Jared Bojorquiz (Kinnick) 9.81 Patrick Brooks (Kinnick) 8.56 Dylan Evans (Kinnick) 8.47
Discus Schaeffer 27.81 Bojorquiz 25.86 Evans 22.33 Frederick Lewis (Perry) 19.68
High jump Xavier Wright (Kinnick) 1.63 Michael Holloway (Kinnick) 1.55 Terelle Turner (Kinnick) 1.55 Lewis 1.45
Long jump Kennedy Hamilton (Kinnick) 5.15 Jaxson McCrimmon (Kinnick) 4.95 Devin Jackson (Kinnick) 4.95 Carter Williams (Kinnick) 4.79
Triple jump Holloway 10.28 McCrimmon 9.93 Will Lisbon (Kinnick) 9.83
100 Jeremiah Hines (Kinnick) 11.23 Justin Minimo (King) 12.13 Hamilton 12.22 Williams 12.25
110 hurdles Angelo Dulce (Kinnick) 18.60 Turner 20.64
200 Hines 23.37 Elijah Aquil (Kinnick) 25.08 Minimo 25.57 Williams 25.76
300 hurdles Dulce 48.21 Turner 50.01 Holloway 52.76 Lewis 53.71
400 Aquil 55.04 Hamilton 56.,,38 Minimo 56.83 Miguel Pabon (Perry) 57.69
400 relay Kinnick 46.92 King 52.54
800 Austin Shinzato (Kinnick) 2:08.94 Chris Lardner (Kinnick) 2:15.82 Zildjian Tamayo (Perry) 2:18.40 Soul Vessels (Kinnick) 2:22.01
1,600 Shinzato 4:44.48 Logan Hamilton (Kinnick) 5:03.63 Lardner 5:03.70 Vessels 5:17.21
3,200 Shinzato 10:56.87 L.Hamilton 10:58.15 Lardner 11:09.28 Samuel Montgomery (Kinnick) 13:15.68

Girls

Kinnick 113, King 15, Perry 7

Shot put Cierra San Nicolas (Kinnick) 7.82 Korin Simpson (Kinnick) 6.67 Amiya Williams (Perry) 6.04 Makayla Colar (Perry) 6.04
Discus San Nicolas 18.33 Simpson 16.95 Colar 16.83
High jump Daja Warren (Kinnick) 1.45
Long jump Tenerika Williams (King) 4.39 Eternity Holmes (Kinnick) 4.29 Mila Cabradilla (Kinnick) 4.11
Triple jump Cabradilla 8.54 San Nicolas 6.20
100 Jasmine Williams (Kinnick) 13.56 T.Williams 13.89 A'Kirah Phillips (King) 13.97 Jazmin Calliste (Kinnick) 14.04
100 hurdles Samantha Crisci (Kinnick) 17.92 Sara Snyder (Kinnick) 20.91
200 J.Williams 29.52 Axura Wright (Kinnick) 30.45 Calliste 30.59 Phillips 30.91
300 hurdles Crisci 54.19 Ja'lilah Brice (Kinnick) 1:01.32 Snyder 1:05.73
400 Crisci 1:05.83 Holmes 1:08.05 Warren 1:10.33 Phillips 1:11.19
400 relay Kinnick 53.80 King 57.69
800 Hailey Ferris (Kinnick) 2:44.68 Tina Martin (Kinnick) 2:46.65 Kyra Brownd (Kinnick) 2:48.87 Tatiana Reyna (Perry) 3:00.74
1,600 Mia Bartram (Kinnick) 6:10.06 Martin 6:12.59 Ferris 6:18.58 Brownd 6:18.79
3,200 Bartram 13:38.98 Brownd 13:44.42 Martin 14:04.54

Saturday at Camp Zama

(Distances in meters)

Boys

American School In Japan 159.5 Yokota 148.5, St. Mary’s 138.5, Zama 49, Christian Academy Japan 46, Robert D. Edgren 33.5

Shot put Jamie Marshall (CAJ) 11.37 Kai Harbert (Yok) 10.72 Nicholas Sales (Yok) 10.42 Kian Takizawa (ASIJ) 10.10
Discus Harbert 32.70 Marshall 32.36 Sales 31.39 Caleb Thompson (Zama) 27.14
High jump Steven Yamamoto-Henrichson (Zama) 1.65 Nathan Fillion (ASIJ) 1.65 Gabriel Simmons (Edg) 1.60 Niall Roe (SM) 1.60
Long jump John Sakaguchi (CAJ) 5.70 Ren Topping (ASIJ) 5.42 Tate Rannow (Yok) 5.29 Will Dow-Yuzawa (ASIJ) 5.26
100 Sakaguchi 11.92 Isaiah Nelson (Yok) 12.12 Marcus Woods (Yok) 12.15 Hikaru Shimada (SM) 12.34
110 hurdles Gabriel Escalera (Zama) 19.04 Gautam Chivulka (SM) 21.85 Jerald Roddy (Yok) 22.81 Asher Wise (Yok) 23.09
200 Sam Quade (ASIJ) 24.74 Shimada 24.77 Ren Aomi (ASIJ) 24.79 Nelson 24.97
300 hurdles Escalera 47.79 Roddy 50.30 Jamani Fields (Yok) 52.30 Wise 56.39
400 Take Zook (ASIJ) 52.65 Rannow 54.20 Topping 55.49 Leo Schouw (ASIJ) 55.63
400 relay Yokota 47.30 ASIJ 47.68 St. Mary's 49.65 Edgren 50.42
800 Rannow 2:12.70 Muku Nomura (SM) 2:14.18 Mutsuki Tanabe (ASIJ) 2:18.30 Rei Fleming (CAJ) 2:20.47
1,600 Zoot 4:54.59 Kai Schinaman (ASIJ) 4:55.14 Matthew Inamine (SM) 4:58.84 Franklin Richter (SM) 5:00.80
1,600 relay Yokota 3:48.96 ASIJ 3:49.52 ASIJ 3:52.25 St. Mary's 4:02.14
3,200 William Beardsley (SM) 10:27.95 Richter 10:29.72 Jong In Lee (SM) 10:45.53 Inamine 10:59.94
3,200 relay St. Mary's 9:06.14 St. Mary's 9:32.58 ASIJ 1:43.59
Sprint medley Yokota 4:05.39 St. Mary's 4:11.99 Zama 4:14.19 Edgren 4:14.24

Girls

Zama 199.5, Edgren 109.5 ASIJ 77.5, Yokota 77, Sacred Heart 66, CAJ 28.5, Seisen 26

Shot put Danielle Kouamo (Zama) 8.16 Tiffany Eddy (Yok) 8.08 Maya Rogers (ASIJ) 6.96 Lumena Fennessey (Zama) 6.94
Discus Kouamo 23.03 Theori Lindsay (Zama) 21.00 Eddy 20.50 Emily Izukune (Seisen) 16.67
High jump Lindsay 1.35 Julia Schouw (ASIJ) 1.35 Zara Abdullah (Edg) 1.35 3 tied 1.30
Long jump Zalea Washington (Edg) 4.52 Tina Greer (SH) 4.30 Madison Anderson (Zama) 4.25 Tianna King (Zama) 4.18
100 Anderson 13.45 Elizabeth Johnson (Edg) 13.85 Washington 13.91 Trinity Stegail (Yok) 14.07
100 hurdles Naviah Blizzard (Zama) 17.88 Gwyneth O'Connell (Edg) 22.80 Chyanne Hudson (Zama) 23.08 Niharika Shah (SH) 23.48
200 Anderson 27.14 Aiko Galvin (Yok) 28.34 Stegall 28.86 Karen Kohri (ASIJ) 29.33
300 hurdles Stegall 52.72 Anastasia Poliakova (SH) 54.74 Emily Jackson (Zama) 1:08.26 Imani Stewart (Edg) 1:17.07
400 Galvin 1:03.56 I'Lei Washington (Edg) 1:05.32 Alexis Bernardo (Zama) 1:08.40 Katelynn Mittnight (Edg) 1:14.37
400 relay Zama 52.21 Edgren 52.44 ASIJ 57.88 Yokota 57.93
800 Ashley Grantham (Seisen) 2:34.22 Kiera Potter (CAJ) 2:35.97 Liliana Fennessey (Zama) 2:36.14 Morgan Erler (Edg) 2:39.45
1,600 Sofia Sato (SH) 5:37.69 Annika Elstrom (ASIJ) 5:52.75 Li.Fennessey 5:56.87 Chloe McCormick (ASIJ) 6:07.35
1,600 relay Edgren 4:44.08 Sacred Heart 4:51.02 ASIJ 4:54.66 Zama 4:56.14
3,200 Sato 11:48.29 Erier 12:08.80 Li.Fennessey 12:36.40 McCormick 12:53.48
3,200 relay Zama 12:59.33
Sprint medley Edgren 4:52.58 Yokota 5:18.69 Zama 5:29.17

South Korea

Saturday at Camp Humphreys

(Distances in meters)

Boys

Humphreys 266.5, Osan 127.5, Daegu 75

Shot put Ethan Elliott (Hu)) 14.29 Omarion Jackson (Hu) 10.68 Damion Turner (Os) 10.10 Edward Kim (Os) 9.93
Discus Elliott 38.36 Sanaree Evans (Da) 31.13 Dean Liufau (Hu) 30.21 Pierre Lurhuma (Hu) 29.62
High jump Ta'Quan Townsend (Hu) 1.60 Amare Kinsey (Hu) 1.58 Valdius Lauzon (Hu) 1.55 Turner 1.55
Long jump Kaleb Jett (Hu) 5.47 Jack Brockmeier (Hu) 5.22 Luke Robinson (Hu) 4.98 Michael Jones (Da) 4.59
Triple jump Kim 9.95 Conner Floyd (Os) 8.97
100 Jett 12.26 Kyle Foerst (Os) 12.46 Jones 12.50 Tyler Wilks (Hu) 12.65
110 hurdles Isaac Robinson (Hu) 17.66 Darryl Veal Jr. (Hu) 19.74 Jacob Dickerson (Da) 22.51 Zuri Bollinger (Da) 24.93
200 Devonte Saroglou (Hu) 25.32 Foerst 25.50 Jones 25.50 Azsellia Brown (Da) 25.90
300 hurdles I.Robinson 43.52 L.Robinson 48.41 Veal 50.69 Zackery Hernandez (Os) 1:03.79
400 Kinsey 57.55 Adrian Perry (Os) 58.56 Jonathan Gibson (Hu) 59.59 Brockmeier 59.60
400 relay Humphreys 45.06 Daegu 49.60 Osan 51.41
800 Townsend 2:19.92 Kinsey 2:22.67 Joshua Newson (Hu) 2:29.19 Joshua Fermin (Hu) 2:35.10
1,600 Jax Watson (Hu) 5:05.58 Andrew Wahlgren (Hu) 5:13.04 Townsend 5:15.00 Caleb Tolbert (Hu) 5:20.87
1,600 relay Humphreys 3:53.65 Humphreys 4:15.84
3,200 Watson 11:33.25 Tolbert 12:12.08 Caleb Smith (Hu) 14:02.01 Ethan Hoback (Os) 14:49.31
3,200 relay Humphreys 9:49.24 Osan 11:00.64
Sprint medley Osan 4:54.81 Osan 5:27.60

Girls

Humphreys 241, Osan 93, Daegu 68

Shot put Ingrid Pele (Os) 7.84 Arianna Crimson (Hu) 7.30 Zoe Perkins (Os) 5.56 Lillian Crimson (Hu) 5.50
Discus Pele 23.38 A.Crimson 21.10 Claire Dehner (Hu) 18.30 Nacala Bollinger (Da) 17.14
High jump Kennedy Smith (Hu) 1.07
Long jump Mackenzie Roche (Hu) 4.22 Alexis Jeffress (Os) 4.19 Bollinger 3.49 Makenna Yurisch (Hu) 3.31
Triple jump Jeffress 9.36
100 Courtney Jackson (Hu) 14.62 Jayla McGhee (Hu) 14.82 Kayla Randall (Da) 14.97 Bri'an Watson (Hu) 15.11
110 hurdles Anayah Reyes (Hu) 17.57 Shaniya Gardner (Da) 18.28 Jeffress 20.15 Alaina Areniego (Hu) 20.34
200 Jackson 29.75 Gardner 20.00 Aneres Peoples (Hu) 30.08 Nakhila Frasier (Hu) 31.20
300 hurdles Reyes 55.22 Jeffress 1:00.33 Areniego 1:00.71 Jazmirra McClendon (Da) 1:05.01
400 Peoples 1:06.70 Watson 1:11.38 Elizabeth Troxel (Hu) 1:12.29 Isabella Rivera Munoz (Hu) 1:13.35
400 relay Humphreys 52.33 Daegu 58.25
800 Natalie Lords (Hu) 3:11.87 Ashley Kosterman (Hu) 3:12.30 Nichole Winterton (Hu) 3:20.05 Dehner 3:21.95
1,600 Hanna Chung (Hu) 6:16.49 Madeline Gee (Hu) 6:59.72 Jane Mason (Hu) 7:06.08 Winterton 7:06.41
1,600 relay Humphreys 5:08.62
3,200 Chung 14:12.51
3,200 relay Humphreys 12:12.14

Osan's Adam Rutland slides home ahead of the throw to Daegu's Chris Garcia during Saturday's DODEA-Korea baseball game. The Cougars won 7-4.

Osan's Adam Rutland slides home ahead of the throw to Daegu's Chris Garcia during Saturday's DODEA-Korea baseball game. The Cougars won 7-4. (Brian K. McCollum/Special to Stripes)

Daegu's Michael Berry finds himself in a rundown against Osan's infield during Saturday's DODEA-Korea baseball game. The Cougars won 7-4.

Daegu's Michael Berry finds himself in a rundown against Osan's infield during Saturday's DODEA-Korea baseball game. The Cougars won 7-4. (Brian K. McCollum/Special to Stripes)

Daegu right-hander Kadin Presley delivers against Osan during Saturday's DODEA-Korea baseball game. The Cougars won 7-4.

Daegu right-hander Kadin Presley delivers against Osan during Saturday's DODEA-Korea baseball game. The Cougars won 7-4. (Brian K. McCollum/Special to Stripes)

Baseball

South Korea

Humphreys 4, Osan 2

Saturday at Osan Air Base

Blackhawks 1 1 2 0 _4 2 0
Cougars 0 0 1 1 _2 3 2

W — Eric Ji 3 IP (2 H, ER, 4 BB, 7 SO), Sv — Deacon Hahn IP (H, ER, 2 BB, SO); L — John Janske 3 IP (2 H, 2 ER, 4 BB, 7 SO).

Osan 7, Daegu 4

Saturday at Osan Air Base

Warriors 3 0 0 1 _4 0 1
Cougars 1 5 1 x _7 3 4

W — Adam Rutland 4 IP (2 ER, 6 BB, 7 SO); L — Kadin Presley 3 IP (3 H, 2 ER, 2 BB, 9 SO, 3 WP, 2 HBP). Batting — Cougars: Rutland (HR, 2 RBI), Dash DeSilva (3 SB). Noteworthy — Despite walking six and the Cougars committing four errors, Rutland fired a no-hitter for the Cougars.

Humphreys 12, Daegu 4

Saturday at Osan Air Base

Blackhawks 6 1 5 _12 8 0
Warriors 0 3 1 _4 1 1

W — Hahn 3 IP (H, 4 ER, 5 BB, 6 SO, 2 WP, 2 HBP); L — Chris Garcia IP (H, 3 ER, 2 BB, 5 SO). Batting — Blackhawks: Ji (2 RBI).

Japan

Zama 17, Robert D. Edgren 2

Saturday at Misawa Air Base

Trojans 15 2 0 _17 11 1
Eagles 0 0 2 _2 2 3

W — Kai Kuroda 2 2/3 IP (H, 2 ER, 3 BB, 2 SO, HBP); L — P. Kuns, 3 IP (11 H, 12 ER, 10 BB, 4 SO, WP, HBP). Batting — Trojans: Biaeson Moore 2-2 (2B, 3 RBI), Ayden Moore (2B, 2 RBI), Caleb Schmiedel 2-3 (2 2B, 4 RBI), Trent Clark (2B, 2 RBI), Hiroki Davis (2 RBI). Eagles — Robert Lee (2 RBI).

Zama 13, Edgren 0

Saturday at Misawa Air Base

Trojans 1 12 _13 7 0
Eagles 0 0 _0 1 3

W — Schmiedel 2 IP (H, BB, 4 SO). Batting — B. Moore 2-2 (2B, 3B, 3 RBI), A. Moore 2-3 (3 RBI, 3 SB), Clark (2 RBI).

St. Mary’s 9, Kinnick 1

Saturday at Yokosuka Naval Base

Titans 2 3 4 _9 9 0
Red Devils 1 0 0 _1 3 4

W — Shota Kubota 3 IP (3 H, ER, 2 BB, SO, HBP); L — Andrei Lee 3 IP (9 H, 6 ER, 4 BB, 4 SO, 2 HBP). Batting — Titans: Sean Kimura 2-3 (4 RBI), Tachi Ohana 2-3 (2B), Rintaro Yamagami 2-3 (3B), Kubota (2 SB).

St. Mary’s 10, Kinnick 0

Saturday at Yokosuka Naval Base

Titans 1 4 1 4 _10 4 0
Red Devils 0 0 0 0 _0 4 8

W — Ohana 2 IP (H, 3 SO, HBP); L — Reed 1 2/3 IP (3 H, 2 ER, 2 BB, 3 SO, HBP). Batting — Titans: Yamagami 2-4 (2 2B).

King 1, Yokota 0

Saturday at Sasebo

Panthers 0 0 0 0 0 _0 3 1
Cobras 0 0 1 0 x _1 3 1

L — Dylan Tomas 3 IP (2 H, ER, 4 BB, SO, WP).

Perry 6, King 4

Friday at Sasebo

Samurai 0 0 1 2 3 _6 6 3
Cobras 0 0 4 0 0 _4 1 1

Samurai 001 23 — 6 6 3

Cobras 004 00 — 4 1 1

W — Nickolaz Elizondo 2 2/3 IP (6 H). Batting — Samurai: Elizondo 2-2 (2 SB), Parker Staley 2-3 (HR). Noteworthy — Staley’s home run tied the game, then the Samurai tacked on two more runs.

Yokota 4, Perry 1

Friday at Sasebo

Panthers 0 0 0 2 2 _4 1 1
Samurai 0 0 0 0 1 _1 2 3

W — Bumpers 3 IP (H, BB, 7 SO); L — Elizondo 3 IP (2 BB, 7 SO). Batting — Panthers: Tre Perkins (2 RBI).

Yokota 6, King 2

Friday at Sasebo

Inning splits not available. W — Taiga Arakaki 5 IP (2 SO). Batting — Panthers: Tomas 3-3 (2B, 2 RBI), Sam Stowers (3B, 3 RBI).

King 6, Perry 2

Saturday at Sasebo

Samurai 0 0 2 2 _2 2 8
Cobras 0 0 4 2 _6 1 0

W — Collin Schrader 4 IP (2 H, 2 ER, 2 BB, 10 SO); L — Roy Clayton III, 4 IP (H, 0 ER, BB, 2 SO).

Robert D. Edgren's Patrich Lorenzo boots the ball away from Zama's Alec Carter during Saturday's DODEA-Japan soccer match. The Trojans edged the Eagles 4-3.

Robert D. Edgren's Patrich Lorenzo boots the ball away from Zama's Alec Carter during Saturday's DODEA-Japan soccer match. The Trojans edged the Eagles 4-3. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Nile C. Kinnick's Bree Withers dribbles and slices between Zama's Avery Pilch and Sophie Jacklyn during Saturday's DODEA-Japan soccer match. The Red Devils won 2-0.

Nile C. Kinnick's Bree Withers dribbles and slices between Zama's Avery Pilch and Sophie Jacklyn during Saturday's DODEA-Japan soccer match. The Red Devils won 2-0. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Softball

South Korea

Osan 19, Daegu 2

Saturday at Camp Henry

Cougars 2 4 3 10 _19 11 2
Warriors 1 0 1 0 _2 1 2

W — Anne Mountcastle 4 IP (H, 2 BB, 10 SO). Batting — Cougars: Mountcastle 2-4 (5 SB), Thalia Cowden 3-3 (2 2B, 4 RBI, 2 SB), Aaliyah Aguon 2-3 (3B, 2 RBI), Abigail Hafdahl 3-3 (2 SB), Hanna Rutland (2B, 4 SB).

Osan 16, Humphreys 0

Saturday at Camp Henry

Cougars 10 6 0 _16 9 0
Blackhawks 0 0 0 _0 0 0

W — Mountcastle 3 IP (3 BB, 6 SO). Batting — Cougars: Cowden 2-3 (2B, 3B, 5 RBI), Aguon (2 RBI), Caroline Kesler 2-2 (2B, 2 RBI, 3 SB), Rutland 2-2 (3 RBI, 2 SB). Noteworthy — Mountcastle pitched seven total innings Saturday, allowing just one hit and throwing a no-hitter against the Blackhawks.

Daegu 21, Humphreys 8

Saturday at Camp Henry

Blackhawks 7 1 _8
Warriors 21 x _21

Japan

Yokota 9, King 5

Saturday at Sasebo

Panthers 0 4 4 1 _9 5 3
Cobras 2 2 0 1 _5 3 3

W — Erica Haas 4 IP (3 H, 2 ER, BB, 6 SO, HBP). Batting — Panthers: Zaylee Gubler 2-2 (4 SB), Kayla Bogdan (2 RBI).

Perry 19, King 9

Saturday at Sasebo

Inning splits not available. W — Ella Mhay Dizon.

Edgren 32, Zama 31

Saturday at Misawa Air Base

Trojans 5 4 9 4 5 2 2 _31
Eagles 5 7 9 4 2 2 3 _32

Batting — Eagles: Katrina Sili 2-6 (2 HR), Alyssa Marrero 3-7 (3 RBI). Noteworthy — Evelyn Lee’s walk-off triple scored Marrero with the game-winning run. The game took 3½ hours to play.

Nile C. Kinnick's Ryo Nishiyama and Zama's Gabriel Rayos try to head the ball during Saturday's DODEA-Japan soccer match. The teams battled to a 1-1 draw, the first non-win for Kinnick since April 20, 2019.

Nile C. Kinnick's Ryo Nishiyama and Zama's Gabriel Rayos try to head the ball during Saturday's DODEA-Japan soccer match. The teams battled to a 1-1 draw, the first non-win for Kinnick since April 20, 2019. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Nile C. Kinnick's Vian Barrera goes up to head the ball against Zama's Gabriel Rayos during Saturday's DODEA-Japan soccer match. The teams battled to a 1-1 draw, the first non-win for Kinnick since April 20, 2019.

Nile C. Kinnick's Vian Barrera goes up to head the ball against Zama's Gabriel Rayos during Saturday's DODEA-Japan soccer match. The teams battled to a 1-1 draw, the first non-win for Kinnick since April 20, 2019. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Soccer

Boys

Japan

Zama 1, Kinnick 1

Saturday at Misawa Air Base

Halftime — 0-0. Goals — Trojans: Tyler Deiwert (11); Red Devils: Otto Eisenhardt (10). Assist — Trojans: Alec Carter. Noteworthy — First match for the Red Devils that did not result in a win since April 20, 2019, when Kinnick lost the DODEA-Japan championship match 4-1 to Perry.

Zama 4, Edgren 3

Saturday at Misawa Air Base

Halftime — Trojans 3-0. Goals — Trojans: Deiwert 4 (15); Eagles: Elias Alford 2 (4), Emerson Chatterton (1).

Yokota 5, King 1

Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni

Halftime — 3-1. Goals — Panthers: Senna Solberg 4 (20), Ryo Patton (2); Cobras: Joseph Barrett (1). Assists — Panthers: Justice Schenck, Jayden Royster, Owen Taylor, Alex Kosinski.

Perry 3, King 1

Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni

Halftime — 2-0. Goals — Samurai: Shion Fleming 2 (9), Joshua Norris (2); Cobras: Barrett (2). Assists — Samurai: Ryan Livengood 2, Fleming.

Yokota 4, Perry 0

Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni

Halftime — 2-0. Goals — Solberg (21), Taylor (9), Carson Brown (7), Tommy Vogeley (3).

Nile C. Kinnick's Bridget Pidgeon looks to pass the ball as Zama's Avery Pilch gives chase during Saturday's DODEA-Japan soccer match. The Red Devils won 2-0.

Nile C. Kinnick's Bridget Pidgeon looks to pass the ball as Zama's Avery Pilch gives chase during Saturday's DODEA-Japan soccer match. The Red Devils won 2-0. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Nile C. Kinnick's Bree Withers heads the ball in front of Zama's Sakura Lopez during Saturday's DODEA-Japan soccer match. The Red Devils won 2-0.

Nile C. Kinnick's Bree Withers heads the ball in front of Zama's Sakura Lopez during Saturday's DODEA-Japan soccer match. The Red Devils won 2-0. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Girls

South Korea

Daegu 2, Humphreys 0

Saturday at Camp Walker

Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Summer Brennan (1), Gina Kim (1).

Humphreys 1, Osan 1

Saturday at Camp Walker

Halftime — Blackhawks 1-0. Goals — Blackhawks: Nicole Donaldson (1).

Daegu 5, Osan 2

Saturday at Camp Walker

Halftime — 3-2. Goals — Warriors: Jaela Sahagun 3 (3), Brennan (2), Kim (2); Cougars: Riley Hunt 2 (2).

Japan

Kinnick 2, Zama 0

Saturday at Misawa Air Base

Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Mikaila Joi Miranda (12), Bree Withers (3). Assists — Maya Rogers, Ainsley Rochholz.

Zama 1, Edgren 1

Saturday at Misawa Air Base

Halftime — Trojans 1-0. Goals — Trojans: Lindsey So (1); Eagles: Kaitlyn Willets (1).

Yokota 1, King 0

Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni

Halftime — 1-0. Goal — Hailey Riddels (8). Assist — Samantha Kosinski.

King 1, Perry 1

Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni

Halftime — Cobras 1-0. Goals — Cobras: Madylyn O’Neill (5); Samurai: MacKenzie Mitchell (4). Assist — Cobras: Maliwan Schinker. Noteworthy — Both teams have seven ties on the season, the Samurai are 1-4-7 and the Cobras 3-3-7. Perry has played to five draws in its last seven matches.

Yokota 2, Perry 0

Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni

Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Keiya Carlson 2 (16).

Daegu’s Leah Williamson and Osan’s Riley Hunt battle for the ball during Saturday’s DODEA-Korea girls soccer match. The Warriors won 3-2.

Daegu’s Leah Williamson and Osan’s Riley Hunt battle for the ball during Saturday’s DODEA-Korea girls soccer match. The Warriors won 3-2. (Jessica McCollum/Special to Stripes)

Daegu’s Shawna Jang readies to boot the ball against Osan’s Margaux Edquid during Saturday’s DODEA-Korea soccer match. The Warriors won 3-2.

Daegu’s Shawna Jang readies to boot the ball against Osan’s Margaux Edquid during Saturday’s DODEA-Korea soccer match. The Warriors won 3-2. (Jessica McCollum/Special to Stripes)

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Dave Ornauer has been employed by or assigned to Stars and Stripes Pacific almost continuously since March 5, 1981. He covers interservice and high school sports at DODEA-Pacific schools and manages the Pacific Storm Tracker.
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