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Kubasaki right-hander Nick Adams tossed a complete-game seven-hitter to pace the Dragons past Kadena 9-3 in Saturday's All-DODEA-Japan tournament final.

Kubasaki right-hander Nick Adams tossed a complete-game seven-hitter to pace the Dragons past Kadena 9-3 in Saturday's All-DODEA-Japan tournament final. (James Kimber/Special to Stripes)

High school

Baseball

Japan

All-DODEA Japan Tournament

Saturday at Yokosuka Naval Base

Kubasaki 5, Kadena 3

Dragons 1 0 0 3 1 _5 6 1
Panthers 0 3 0 0 0 _3 4 1

W — Luka Koja; L — Wyatt Boerigter. Batting — Dragons: Kyte Mettke (3 RBI); Panthers: Alex Richardson (HR, 2 RBI).

Matthew C. Perry 2, Yokota 1

Panthers 0 0 0 0 0 1 _1 6 1
Samurai 1 0 1 0 0 x _2 5 0

W — Nicko Elizondo; L — Taiga Arakaki. Batting — Samurai: Elizondo 2-3 (2 2B, 2 SB). Panthers: Sam Stowers 2-2 (2B). Noteworthy — Panthers finished fourth.

Kadena 2, Perry 1

Samurai 0 0 0 0 0 1 _1 5 2
Panthers 0 0 0 0 1 1 _2 6 0

W — Will Richardson; L — Jordan Wooten. Noteworthy — Boerigter singled in Kai Olzsewski with the bases loaded for the game-winning run. Samurai finished third.

Championship

Kubasaki 9, Kadena 3

Panthers 0 0 1 1 1 _3 7 2
Dragons 4 0 1 4 x _9 9 2

W — Nick Adams 5 IP (7 H, ER, 2 SO, HBP); L — Jeremiah Sprague 4 IP (9 H, 5 ER, BB, 2 SO, 3 WP, 3 HBP). Batting — Dragons: John Hall 2-3 (2 RBI), Jeff Owens (2 RBI, 2 SB). Panthers: Olszewski 2-3 (2B), Boerigter 2-3 (2B), Austin Gagnon 2-2.

Kubasaki's Luka Koja fields a throw at first base to put out Kadena baserunner Tony Wilson.

Kubasaki's Luka Koja fields a throw at first base to put out Kadena baserunner Tony Wilson. (James Kimber/Special to Stripes)

Kadena's Jessica Petruff celebrates as she touches home plate following an inside-the-park home run, and runs past a glum-looking Kubasaki catcher Mia Vedsted.

Kadena's Jessica Petruff celebrates as she touches home plate following an inside-the-park home run, and runs past a glum-looking Kubasaki catcher Mia Vedsted. (James Kimber/Special to Stripes)

Softball

Japan

All-DODEA Japan Tournament

Saturday at Yokosuka Naval Base

E.J. King 23, Robert D. Edgren 19

(completion of suspended game)

Cobras 2 4 8 8 1 _23
Eagles 2 5 1 8 3 _19

Kadena 16, E.J. King 1

Cobras 0 0 0 1 _1
Panthers 4 7 2 3 _16

Batting — Panthers: MyLein Tull 4-4, Trinity Krause (HR, 3 RBI).

Kubasaki 9, Yokota 1

Dragons 0 0 2 1 3 1 2 _9 7 0
Panthers 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 _1 3 11

W — Landry Murray; L — Erica Haas. Batting — Dragons: Caroline Law 2-4. Noteworthy — Dragons took advantage of 11 errors to snap the Panthers’ 25-game winning streak and hand them their first loss since May 24, 2019.

Kadena 22, Yokota 0

Kadena 10 0 12 _22 12 1
Yokota 0 0 0 _0 3 11

W — Julia Petruff; L — Zaylee Gubler. Batting — Kadena: Morgan Sayers 2-3 (2B, 3 RBI), Jana Hurst 3-4 (4 RBI), Peyton Mursch 2-3 (2 RBI).

Championship Game 1

Kadena 17, Kubasaki 7

Panthers 3 2 1 1 0 10 _17 20 1
Dragons 0 2 5 0 0 0 _7 14 0

W — Petruff 6 IP (14 H, 7 ER, 3 BB, 3 SO); L — Murray 5 1/3 IP (19 H, 16 ER, 7 BB, 7 SO). Batting — Panthers: Sayers 3-5 (2 3B, HR, 3 RBI), Hurst 2-2 (2B, 2 RBI), Krause 3-3 (HR, 3 RBI), Jessica Petruff 2-2 (2 RBI), Lia Connolly 4-4 (2 RBI), Mursch 2-4. Dragons: Taryn Lockhart 2-4, Murray 2-4, Nomi Encarnacion 2-4, Mitch Miller 2-3, Mia Vedsted 2-3.

Championship Game 2

Kadena 13, Kubasaki 6

Panthers 1 0 9 3 _13 14 0
Dragons 1 4 1 0 _6 13 0

W — Ju. Petruff 4 IP (13 H, 6 ER, 2 BB, 2 SO); L — Lockhart 4 IP (14 H, 12 ER, 8 BB, HBP). Batting — Panthers: Tull 2-2 (2B), Ju. Petruff 2-4 (2 RBI), Sayers 2-2 (2 2B, 2 RBI, 3 SB), Hurst 2-2, Krause 2-4, Connolly (2 RBI). Dragons: Hope Houghton 3-3 (2B, 3 RBI, 4 SB), Kristin Lininger 2-2 (2 RBI), Encarnacion 2-2 (RBI, 2 SB).

Kadena batter Jana Hurst slaps a single up the middle against Kubasaki.

Kadena batter Jana Hurst slaps a single up the middle against Kubasaki. (James Kimber/Special to Stripes)

Kadena shortstop MyLein Tull tags out Kubasaki baserunner Kristin Lininger at second base.

Kadena shortstop MyLein Tull tags out Kubasaki baserunner Kristin Lininger at second base. (James Kimber/Special to Stripes)

Kadena's Morgan Sayers ropes a double to left field, one of four extra-base hits she got in Saturday's two final games.

Kadena's Morgan Sayers ropes a double to left field, one of four extra-base hits she got in Saturday's two final games. (James Kimber/Special to Stripes)

Soccer

Boys

Japan

All-DODEA-Japan Tournament

Saturday at Yokota Air Base

Zama 5, Edgren 2

Halftime — 3-0. Goals — Trojans: Tyler Deiwert 2 (18), Kaisei Muta (10), Michael Gough (7), Gabriel Rayos (4); Eagles: Elias Alvord (7), Axel Noguera (2).

Perry 3, King 0

Halftime — 2-0. Goals — Shion Fleming 2 (14), Dominic Williams (4). Assists — Fleming, Ryan Livengood, Nathenry Mercado.

Semifinals

Kubasaki 2, Kadena 1

Halftime — Dragons 1-0. Goals — Dragons: Justin Murray (7), Matthew Yulee (7); Panthers: Nathan Funkhouser (3). Assists — Dragons: Frank Stare 2.

Kinnick 2, Yokota 1

Halftime — Red Devils 1-0. Goals — Red Devils: Ryo Nishiyama (36), Otto Eisenhardt (22); Panthers: Owen Taylor (19). Assist — Red Devils: Kou Nishiyama.

Seventh

King 5, Edgren 4, SO (4-2)

Halftime — Cobras 3-0. Full time and extra time — 4-4. Regulation goals — Cobras: Amin AlipourKashki 3 (3), Kaito Bergman (2); Eagles: Alvord 3 (10), Santiago Castano (1). Shootout goals — Cobras: Wyatt Price, Christian Garcia, Joseph Barrett, AlipourKashki; Eagles: Castano, Nathan Wallingford.

Fifth

Perry 2, Zama 1

Halftime — 1-1. Goals — Samurai: Fleming 2 (16); Trojans: Deiwert (19).

Third

Kadena 2, Yokota 1, SO (5-3)

Halftime, full time and extra time — 1-1. Regulation goals — Kadena: Riley Melchi (1); Yokota: Taylor (20). Shootout goals — Kadena: Funkhouser, Melchi, Kaia Price, Nolan Taylor, Joe Renquist; Yokota: Alex Kosinski, Senna Solberg, Kyrie Vazquez.

Championship

Nile C. Kinnick 3, Kubasaki 0

Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Kou Nishiyama 2 (20), Yuta Raqueno (13).

Kubasaki's Solares Solano steadies the ball between Yokota defenders Kaci McBrayer, Annie Mitchell and Lucy  Reese during Saturday's All-DODEA-Japan girls soccer tournament final.

Kubasaki's Solares Solano steadies the ball between Yokota defenders Kaci McBrayer, Annie Mitchell and Lucy Reese during Saturday's All-DODEA-Japan girls soccer tournament final. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Yokota's Keiya Carlson boots the ball against Kubasaki's Ally Garcia during Saturday's All-DODEA-Japan girls soccer tournament final. The Dragons won 4-1.

Yokota's Keiya Carlson boots the ball against Kubasaki's Ally Garcia during Saturday's All-DODEA-Japan girls soccer tournament final. The Dragons won 4-1. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Girls

Japan

All-DODEA-Japan Tournament

Saturday at Camp Zama

King 10, Edgren 1

Halftime — 4-0. Goals — Cobras: Madylyn O’Neill 3 (8), Addison Auger 3 (3), Maliwan Schinker (14), Alyssa Garcia (3), Arianna Lemons (1), Hanna O’Mara (1); Eagles: Lily Corral-Galvan (1). Assists — Cobras: Schinker; Eagles: Karin Lozier.

Perry 1, Zama 0

Halftime — 1-0. Goal — Breaunna Hayes (5).

Semifinals

Kubasaki 5, Kinnick 2, OT

Halftime — Dragons 1-0. Full time — 1-1. Goals — Dragons: Syra Soto 2 (5), Solares Solano (13), Becca Chandler (3), Reighlyn Kissick (1); Red Devils: Mikaila Joi Miranda (24), Lailah Anderson (6. Assists — Dragons: Chandler 2, Liliana Solano, Viola Wray; Red Devils: Bridget Pidgeon.

Yokota 2, Kadena 1

Halftime — Yokota 1-0. Goals — Yokota: Lilly Wellons (13), Samantha Kosinski (3); Kadena: NyKale Penn (2). Assists — Yokota: Kaci McBrayer; Kadena: Emmah Strong.

Fifth

King 3, Perry 0

Halftime — 2-0. Goals — Schinker 2 (16), O’Neill (9).

Third

Kinnick 1, Kadena 0

Halftime — 0-0. Goal — Miranda (25).

Championship

Kubasaki 4, Yokota 1

Halftime — Dragons 1-0. Goals — Dragons: S. Solano 2 (15), Wray (4), own goal; Panthers: McBrayer (3). Assists — Dragons: Chandler, Soto; Panthers: Keiya Carlson.

Guam

Guam High 1, Notre Dame 1

Saturday at Dededo

Halftime — Panthers 1-0. Goal — Panthers: Michelle Onejeme. Assist — Panthers: Grace Martin.

Yokota's Hailey Riddels and Kubasaki's Reighlyn Kissick chase the ball during Saturday's All-DODEA-Japan girls soccer tournament final. The Dragons won 4-1.

Yokota's Hailey Riddels and Kubasaki's Reighlyn Kissick chase the ball during Saturday's All-DODEA-Japan girls soccer tournament final. The Dragons won 4-1. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and 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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