Games of the week
Girls soccerKorean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division Tournament When — Friday, April 24, and Saturday, April 25.Where — Taejon Christian, Daejeon, South Korea.What — First KAIAC postseason girls soccer tournament featuring Osan as the No. 1 seed after the Cougars (9-1-2) clinched the KAIAC Blue regular-season title, the first in the school’s 20-year history. Seoul American (6-3-3) is the No. 3 seed, Humphreys (4-5-2) in its second year is No. 4 and winless Daegu is No. 7.Players to watch — Junior striker Andrea Carandang missed the first three matches of the season to emergency leave, but returned to post 20 goals and two assists for Osan. Newcomer Jada Carnine came on strong later in the season with six goals and four assists. Fran Vido paced the Falcons with 10 goals, while Hannah Frederick added seven assists. Kaylee Spielman scored 10 times and Isabella Nocera seven for the Blackhawks. And though winless, the Warriors featured a pair of sparkplugs in Leisel Mendenhall (five goals) and Daniella Lynch (four assists).KAIAC Blue boys soccer tournament, Friday and Saturday at Yongsan International School of Seoul, featuring a Seoul American team that got seeded No. 2 despite sweeping the season series from No. 1 seed Seoul Foreign. Tim Davis of Osan leads all DODDS Korea scorers with nine goals.DODDS Japan soccer tournaments, ongoing through Saturday, boys at Zama, girls at Yokota. The tournament features the Pacific’s leading goal scorers – each wearing Trojans black, maroon and white, Malik Wilkes with 27 for the boys and Megan Hurley 26 for the girls.DODDS Korea and DODDS Japan track and field finals, Korea at Humphreys, Japan split between Yokota - which hosts throwing events - and Robert D. Edgren, which hosts all other events. Last chance for athletes to achieve qualifying times, heights and distances for the Far East meet scheduled for May 21-22 at Yokota.