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SoccerKorean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division TournamentsWhen — 9 a.m. Friday to 5 p.m. Saturday.Where — Boys at Seoul Foreign School, girls at Yongsan-International.What — Championship tournaments in a league featuring the four DODEA-Korea schools, Seoul American, Osan, Humphreys and Daegu, plus three international-school teams, Seoul Foreign, Yongsan and Taejon Christian. The tournaments provide important preparation for the DODEA-Korea teams, which will move on next month to play in the DODEA-Pacific Far East tournaments, Seoul American in the Division I at Kadena and Kubasaki, and the Division II tournaments, boys at Edgren and girls at Perry. They also serve as the season-ending events for the three non-DODEA schools. They have already competed in their Far East-equivalent championships, the Asia-Pacific Activities Conference and Asian Christian School Conference tournaments.Players to watch — Among boys teams, third-seeded Seoul American is paced by scorers-playmakers Chaz Perryman, Kevin McGuire, Andrew Nutter and Niko Russey, who have a combined 38 goals and 23 assists. Fifth-seeded Osan features a two-pronged attack, Tim Davis (seven goals) and Tyler Smith (10). Likewise, Daegu, the sixth seed, gets its firepower from Mitchel Champaco (six goals, four assists) and Nathan Scheidt (nine goals). Kevin Searl and Felipe Webster-Lopez lead seventh-seed Humphreys with three goals each. On the girls side, third-seed Osan features senior Andrea Carandang, second-leading career scorer in Cougars history; she has 22 goals, while Madison Frazier has 12 assists. Natalie Cargill leads fourth-seed Seoul American with 15 goals. Isabella Nocera paces sixth-seed Humphreys with four goals, while Sarah Spavins tops seventh-seed Daegu with three assists and shares the team’s lead in goals with two with Sadie Giles and Jinna Yu.

Boys soccerNile C. Kinnick at Yokota, 5:30 p.m. Friday, first of three matches the teams are scheduled to play in the coming two weeks, with DODEA-Japan tournament-champion Panthers hosting third-place Red Devils first.

SoftballKadena at Kubasaki, 1 p.m. Saturday, last regular-season game between the two teams, with the Panthers leading the season series three games to one, winning three straight after dropping the season opener.

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