This time, Warriors get both regular season and postseason titles
Daegu girls top Osan 2-0 to earn postseason victory after coming up short in last year’s title game after regular season crown.
Humphreys holds off Osan to retain crown
Blackhawks take 2-0 lead and hold off Cougars in match where both goalkeepers shined.
Youth is served as Humphreys retains title
Freshman Eric Ji threw three-hit ball for 3 2/3 innings, striking out seven batters, while sophomore Tyler Blalock put the Blackhawks ahead to stay with a two-run first-inning double.
Cougars cap perfect season with championship
Anne Mountcastle struck out eight in a four-inning complete game and the Cougars scored six times in the second inning to dethrone Daegu 14-5 in Friday’s championship game.
Daegu girls looking for happier season ender
Saturday’s girls soccer match is one of four finals scheduled this weekend to wrap up the DODEA-Korea spring season. Three take place at Osan: boys soccer at 11 a.m. Saturday, following softball and baseball at noon and 2:30 p.m. Friday.
DODEA-Japan crowns its best in four sports
Kubasaki (baseball, girls soccer), Kinnick (boys soccer) and Kadena (softball) come away with district titles.
Kadena, Kubasaki join DODEA-Japan finals
It’s the first time any DODEA-Pacific teams have traveled outside district since February 2020. DODEA-Korea teams can’t make trip.
Matchups set for DODEA-Korea championships
District will hold soccer, baseball and softball finals in baseball, soccer and softball on last weekend in April.
Dozens crowned best in Japan, now look to virtual Far East
All told, 328 athletes from 11 schools competed for about six hours on a chilly Saturday that began cloudy, but ended with sunny skies and a fairly strong tailwind on the track’s sprint side.