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Kadena's Sean Fletcher and Kubasaki's Sinjin Pharathikoune chase the ball during Wednesday's Okinawa boys soccer match. The teams battled to a 2-2 draw.
Kadena's Sean Fletcher and Kubasaki's Sinjin Pharathikoune chase the ball during Wednesday's Okinawa boys soccer match. The teams battled to a 2-2 draw. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Sean Fletcher and Kubasaki's Sinjin Pharathikoune chase the ball during Wednesday's Okinawa boys soccer match. The teams battled to a 2-2 draw.
Kadena's Sean Fletcher and Kubasaki's Sinjin Pharathikoune chase the ball during Wednesday's Okinawa boys soccer match. The teams battled to a 2-2 draw. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Logan Taylor and Kubasaki's Jeffrey Horton chase the ball during Wednesday's Okinawa boys soccer match. The teams battled to a 2-2 draw.
Kadena's Logan Taylor and Kubasaki's Jeffrey Horton chase the ball during Wednesday's Okinawa boys soccer match. The teams battled to a 2-2 draw. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stripes)
Kubasaki's Luke Moseley leaps after the ball over Kadena keeper Zachary Stebbins during Wednesday's Okinawa boys soccer match. The teams battled to a 2-2 draw.
Kubasaki's Luke Moseley leaps after the ball over Kadena keeper Zachary Stebbins during Wednesday's Okinawa boys soccer match. The teams battled to a 2-2 draw. (Gianna Bennett/Special to Stripes)
Seoul American's Mindy Pond and Seoul Foreign's Edyn Mayo chase the ball during Wednesday's Korea girls soccer match. The Crusaders won 4-1 and clinched the Korea Blue regular-season championship.
Seoul American's Mindy Pond and Seoul Foreign's Edyn Mayo chase the ball during Wednesday's Korea girls soccer match. The Crusaders won 4-1 and clinched the Korea Blue regular-season championship. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Seoul American's Mya Rolison and Seoul Foreign's Rachel Kahng battle for the ball during Wednesday's Korea girls soccer match. The Crusaders won 4-1 and clinched the Korea Blue regular-season championship.
Seoul American's Mya Rolison and Seoul Foreign's Rachel Kahng battle for the ball during Wednesday's Korea girls soccer match. The Crusaders won 4-1 and clinched the Korea Blue regular-season championship. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Seoul Foreign's Cameron Kirsch and Seoul American's Ben Nagy go up to head the ball during Wednesday's Korea boys soccer match, won by the Crusaders 3-0.
Seoul Foreign's Cameron Kirsch and Seoul American's Ben Nagy go up to head the ball during Wednesday's Korea boys soccer match, won by the Crusaders 3-0. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Seoul Foreign's Wesley Jeong and Seoul American's Ben Nagy jostle for the ball during Wednesday's Korea boys soccer match, won by the Crusaders 3-0.
Seoul Foreign's Wesley Jeong and Seoul American's Ben Nagy jostle for the ball during Wednesday's Korea boys soccer match, won by the Crusaders 3-0. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Christian Academy Japan's Hikaru Hayano tries to work his way past three Zama defenders during Wednesday's Japan boys soccer match. The Knights won 9-0.
Christian Academy Japan's Hikaru Hayano tries to work his way past three Zama defenders during Wednesday's Japan boys soccer match. The Knights won 9-0. (William Takahashi/Special to Stripes)
Christian Academy Japan's Joshua Mine boots the ball against Zama's Michael Nonaka during Wednesday's Japan boys soccer match. The Knights won 9-0.
Christian Academy Japan's Joshua Mine boots the ball against Zama's Michael Nonaka during Wednesday's Japan boys soccer match. The Knights won 9-0. (William Takahashi/Special to Stripes)
Christian Academy Japan goalkeeper Ken Byrd slaps the ball away from Zama's Kaito Hayashi and Isaac Norton during Wednesday's Japan boys soccer match. The Knights won 9-0.
Christian Academy Japan goalkeeper Ken Byrd slaps the ball away from Zama's Kaito Hayashi and Isaac Norton during Wednesday's Japan boys soccer match. The Knights won 9-0. (William Takahashi/Special to Stripes)
Christian Academy Japan's Eugene Reedy tries to settle the ball next to Zama's Kaito Hayashi during Wednesday's Japan boys soccer match. The Knights won 9-0.
Christian Academy Japan's Eugene Reedy tries to settle the ball next to Zama's Kaito Hayashi during Wednesday's Japan boys soccer match. The Knights won 9-0. (William Takahashi/Special to Stripes)
Zama's Meridean Duarte tries to settle the ball in front of Christian Academy Japan's Akina Shinamoto during Tuesday's Japan girls soccer match, won by the Trojans 6-1.
Zama's Meridean Duarte tries to settle the ball in front of Christian Academy Japan's Akina Shinamoto during Tuesday's Japan girls soccer match, won by the Trojans 6-1. (William Takahashi/Special to Stripes)
Christian Academy Japan's Maika Edberg and Zama's Kayesha McNeill chase the ball during Tuesday's Japan girls soccer match, won by the Trojans 6-1.
Christian Academy Japan's Maika Edberg and Zama's Kayesha McNeill chase the ball during Tuesday's Japan girls soccer match, won by the Trojans 6-1. (William Takahashi/Special to Stripes)
Christian Academy Japan's Rachel Nelson tries to settle the ball in front of Zama's Raelyn Flores during Tuesday's Japan girls soccer match, won by the Trojans 6-1.
Christian Academy Japan's Rachel Nelson tries to settle the ball in front of Zama's Raelyn Flores during Tuesday's Japan girls soccer match, won by the Trojans 6-1. (William Takahashi/Special to Stripes)
Zama's Kyleigh Rose and Christian Academy Japan's Keizah Sou scrum for the ball during Tuesday's Japan girls soccer match, won by the Trojans 6-1.
Zama's Kyleigh Rose and Christian Academy Japan's Keizah Sou scrum for the ball during Tuesday's Japan girls soccer match, won by the Trojans 6-1. (William Takahashi/Special to Stripes)

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Track and field OkinawaWednesday at Kadena Air Base (Completion of suspended meet April 20)Boys Kadena 124, Kubasaki 56, Okinawa Christian 13, Zion Christian 12 Shot put — Uriah Morris, Kadena, 14.20 meters; Discus — Morris, 33.39; High jump — Coley Kraus, Zion Christian Academy International, 5 feet, 6 inches; Long jump — Vincent Hill, Kubasaki, 5.95; 100 — Eric McCarter, Kadena, 11.50 seconds; 110 hurdles — Allen Cole, Kubasaki, 19.03; 200 — McCarter, 23.28; 300 hurdles — Keonte Speight, Kadena, 45.06; 400 — McCarter, 52.33; 400 relay — Kubasaki (Frank Adams, Gage Carter, Hill, Corvez Arnold), 46.77; 800 — Beau Black, OCSI, 2 minutes, 9.74 seconds; 1,600 — Joe Renquist, Kadena, 5:00.23; 1,600 — Kubasaki (Jamie Byrd, Carter, Damien Dorval, Hill), 3:43.48; 3,200 — Guy Renquist, Kadena, 10:35.30; 3,200 relay — Kadena (Hayden Bills, G. Renquist, J. Renquist, Trevor Williams), 8:45.97.Girls Kubasaki 100, Kadena 47, Zion Christian 41, Okinawa Christian 16 Shot put — Phebe Fox, OCSI, 9.32 meters; Discus — Makaela Hennigan, Kubasaki, 23;61; High jump — Alayna Johnson, ZCAI, 4 feet. 7 inches; Long jump — Thereese Sidney, ZCAI, 4.55; 100 — Jaidah Davis, Kubasaki, 13.44 seconds; 100 hurdles — Davis, 18.22; 200 — Christee Dervil, Kadena, 26.87; 300 hurdles — Davis, 48.41; 400 — Fox, 1 minute, 4.77 seconds; 400 relay — Kubasaki (Davis, Nala Gardner, Zanajh Jones, Natalia Sanchez), 53.46; 800 — Isamar Vargas, Kadena, 2:33.67; 1,600 — Ahveana Couverthier, unattached, 6:01.03; 1,600 relay — Kadena (Marelys Rodriguez, Shaunay Rose, Madilyn Tsirlis, Attiyah Wimberly), 4:30.18; 3,200 — Summer Stevenson, Kubasaki, 13:35.69; 3,200 relay — Kubasaki (Nicole Colling, Kaitlyn Dunn, Morgan Clingan, Stevenson), 11:14.26.

JapanWednesday at Yokota Air BaseBoys Nile C. Kinnick 194, American School In Japan 114, Zama 109, Yokota 54, Christian Academy Japan 17 Shot put — Connor Joley, Kinnick, 12.22 meters; Discus — Jarred Sampayan, Zama, 35.63; High jump — Keshawn McNeill, Zama, 1.75; Long jump — Chris Watson, Kinnick, 5.89; 100 — Everett Hirano, ASIJ, 11.79 seconds; 110 hurdles — Jay Belmonte, Kinnick, 17.41; 200 — Hirano, 24.15; 300 hurdles — Belmonte, 44.83; 400 — Hirano, 52.61; 400 relay — Kinnick (Jason Charron, Jeremy Jimenez, Matthew Pardo, Rashad Rapada), 47.47; 800 — Hanokheliyahu Gailson, Kinnick, 2 minutes, 2.48 seconds; 1,600 — Carlos Mobley, Kinnick, 4:42.46; 1,600 relay — Kinnick (Josh Minimo, Matthew Ringling, Jonathon Moon, Davion Roberts), 3:46.27; 3,200 — Gailson, 10:14.30.Girls Kinnick 282, Yokota 95, Zama 51, CAJ 43, ASIJ 31 Shot put — Charisma Wardlaw, Kinnick, 8.83 meters; Discus — Avanni Gardner, Kinnick, 26.86; High jump — Alyssa Lynch, Kinnick, 1.40; Long jump — Megumi Nakazawa, CAJ, 4.51; 100 — Peiadra Sutton, Kinnick, 13.76; 100 hurdles — Sontti Sesay, Kinnick, 17.27; 200 — Debrianna Ellis, Kinnick, 27.88; 300 hurdles — Jaya Walker, Yokota, 50.25; 400 — Aiko Galvin, Yokota, 59.46; 400 relay — Kinnick (Jada Johnson, Sutton, Seanteria Booker, Lynelle Adepoju), 52.22; 800 — Annabel Stafford, Kinnick, 2 minutes, 33.38 seconds; 1,600 — Lilyana Clemons, Kinnick, 5:53.08; 1,600 relay — Kinnick (Dayja Jenkins, Ellis, Kimaya Fletcher, Johnson), 4:22.54; 3,200 — Stafford, 12:35.44).

Softball OkinawaKubasaki 15, Kadena 3 Thursday at Kadena Air BaseDragons 20(10) 30 — 15 6 4Panthers 010 20 — 3 4 2W — Alyssa Frank 5 IP (4 H, 2 ER, 1 BB, 8 SO); L — Tavia Huggins 2 2/3 IP (5 H, 12 ER, 9 BB, 3 SO, 2 HBP, 2 WP). Batting — Dragons: Jocelyn Powell 3-3 (2B, 4 RBI), Zoe Weidley 2-2. Noteworthy — Dragons went up 3-1 in the season series.

Baseball South KoreaOsan 15, Seoul American 1 Wednesday at Osan Air BaseFalcons 010 — 1 5 0Cougars 087 — 15 8 0W — Louis Kim 3 IP (5 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 2 SO); L — Justin Taft 2 1/3 IP (8 H, 15 ER, 9 BB, 4 SO, 1 HBP). Batting — Cougars: Kim 2-2 (2 RBI, 2 SB), Jacob White 2-3, Kenny Santos (3B, 3 RBI); Falcons: Cameron Johnson 2-2.

OkinawaUrasoe Higashi 13, Kubasaki 1 Wednesday at Camp FosterUrasoe Higashi 230 100 052 — 13 13 0Dragons 000 001 000 — 1 7 2L — Jacob Workman 2 IP (7 H, 5 ER, 1 BB, 2 SO, 1 WP). Batting — Dragons: Samuel Williamson (2B).

JapanKinnick 11, St. Mary’s 10 Tuesday at Yokosuka Naval BaseTitans 101 71 — 10 8 6Red Devils 200 54x — 11 7 4W — Sebastian Hineman 1 IP (2 H, 1 ER); L — Hiyu Hosoda 1 1/3 IP (5 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 2 SO). Batting — Red Devils: Patrick Kelly (HR, 2 RBI), Arnel Maglay 2-3 (2B, 3 RBI), Chris Auliveld 2-4, Siamack Porter 2-4 (3B, 3 RBI); Titans: Eiji Kasahara 2-4 (2B, 3B), William Masuyama (HR, 4 RBI), Soumyadip Nandi 2-3. Noteworthy — Porter’s walk-off two-out triple on a 2-2 count capped a four-run rally.St. Mary’s 10, Kinnick 7 Tuesday at Yokosuka Naval BaseTitans 121 024 — 10 8 4Red Devils 400 021 — 7 6 7W — Kasahara 5 2/3 IP (6 H, 4 ER, 2 BB, 8 SO), L — Patrick Kelly 3 IP (5 H, 5 ER, 1 BB, 1 SO, 1 WP). Batting — Titans: Kasahara 2-3, Neo Yoshii (HR, 3 RBI), Masuyama 2-4 (HR, 2 RBI); Red Devils: Kelly 2-4 (2 2B, 2 SB), Maglay 2-3 (3B, 2 RBI, 3 SB).

Soccer Boys South KoreaYongsan 2, Osan 1 Wednesday at Osan Air BaseHalftime — Guardians 1-0. Goals — Guardians: David Brown, Daniel Lee; Cougars: Ryan Klapmeyer (4). Assist — Guardians: Victor Ku. Noteworthy — Guardians clinched the Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division regular-season title.Taejon Christian 1, Humphreys 1 Wednesday at Camp HumphreysHalftime — Dragons 1-0. Goals — Blackhawks: Devin Donnell (11); Dragons: Jeremy Shin.Seoul Foreign 3, Seoul American 0 Wednesday at Yongsan GarrisonHalftime — 1-0. Goals — Aeneas Bernabe Witoeler (4), Cormac Flanagan (2), own goal. Assist — Alex Schrader.

OkinawaKadena 2, Kubasaki 2 Wednesday at Kadena Air BaseHalftime — Panthers 1-0. Goals — Panthers: Jonathan Ferguson (3), Nao Heckerman (3); Dragons: Jeffrey Horton (3), Kaisei Taylor (3).

JapanCAJ 9, Zama 0 Tuesday at Camp ZamaHalftime — 5-0. Goals — Joshua Mine 3 (5), Enosh Mutenda 2 (6), Eugene Reedy 2 (4), Go Hino 2 (3). Assists — Mutenda 4, Mine 2.

Girls South KoreaYongsan 0, Osan 0 Wednesday at Osan Air BaseNoteworthy — With the tie, Osan finished second in the KAIAC Blue Division.Humphreys 3, Taejon Christian 1 Wednesday at Camp HumphreysHalftime — 0-0. Goals — Blackhawks: Arielle Stickar 3 (12); Dragons: Jenny Park. Assist — Blackhawks: Krystal Duenas.Seoul Foreign 4, Seoul American 1 Wednesday at Yongsan GarrisonHalftime — 2-1. Goals — Crusaders: Edyn Mayo 2 (8), Ilinca Clisson (5), Rachel Kahng (5); Falcons: Mya Rolison (12). Noteworthy — The visiting Crusaders clinched the KAIAC Blue regular-season title.

JapanASIJ 5, CAJ 0 Thursday at TokyoHalftime — 4-0. Goals — Ava Vander Louw 2 (11), Izzy Franz 2 (2), Rikako Kent (7). Assists — Vander Louw, Kent, Franz, Kennedy Baca.Kinnick 8, Seisen 0 Tuesday at Yokosuka Naval BaseHalftime — 4-0. Goals — Maggie Donnelly 2 (20), Ella Eisenhardt 2 (17), Jillian Mock 2 (9), Alaysha Mori 2 (2). Assists — Irie O’Donnell 2, Eisenhardt, Megan Thomas.Zama 6, CAJ 1 Tuesday at Camp ZamaHalftime — 2-1. Goals — Trojans: Kayesha McNeill 3 (26), Siobhan Grabski 3 (13); Knights: Rachel Nelson (1). Assists — Trojans: Fabiola Ayala-Rivera 2, Kyleigh Rose, Meridean Duarte, Chloe Sterling; Knights: Miyuki Yamakawa.

Volleyball Boys GuamSt. John’s def. Guam High 25-12, 25-14, 25-19 Tuesday at Agana HeightsTiyan def. Guam 25-9, 25-15, 25-13 Monday at Tiyan

Golf OkinawaThursday at Taiyo Golf Course, Gushikawa, scramble formatBoys Kadena 2, Kubasaki 1 Group 1 — Kadena (Austin Barnes and Sean Boerigter) 33, Kubasaki (Drake Williams and Bryce Tobin) 35Group 2 — Kadena (Henry Gilman and Ethan Kong) 35, Kubasaki (Chett Huff and Christian Colorado) 41Group 3 — Kubasaki (Calvin Banks and Connor Page) 36, Kadena (DeSean Harrison and Jeremy Mijares) 41Girls Kubasaki 2, Kadena 0, with one tie Group 1 — Kadena (Kylee Bailey and Clarissa Han) 42, Kubasaki (Megan Moseley and Isabel Um) 42Group 2 (finished eight of nine holes) — Kubasaki (Melanie Verville and Victoria Randall) 40, Kadena (Akemi Burlingame and Hailey Young) 41Group 3 (finished eight of nine holes) — Kubasaki (Cammie Murray and Indiana Glover) 28, Kadena (Claire Jordan and Gabriela Hinostroza) 38

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