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High schoolSouth KoreaBoys soccer

Friday’s summaries

At SeoulYongsan International-Seoul 3, Osan American 1Halftime—0-0. Goals—YIS-S, Jimmy Kim 2 (7), Harold Akawor 1 (3). Osan, Jacob Davis 1 (6). Assists—YIS-S, Jimmy Kim 1, Roland Umoru 1.

At SeoulSeoul Foreign 8, Korea International 0Halftime—SFS 1, KIS 0. Goals—SFS, Ben Neumann 2 (8), Trevor Smith 2 (6), Charlie Hague 1 (2), David Gang 1 (2), Zach Preston 1 (1), John Choi 1 (1). Assists—SFS, Ben Neumann 1, David Gang 1, Alex Kim 1.

At SeongnamSeoul International 9, Daegu American 3Halftime—SIS 8, Daegu 1. Goals—SIS, Eddie Cho 2 (7), Sam Woo 2 (3), Brian Shim 2 (2), Jungho Yun 1 (1), 2 own goals. Daegu, Hanuel Ko 2 (3), Aaron Combs 1 (3). Assists—SIS, Eddie Cho 3, JaeHyok Chung 2, Hiro Watanabe 1.

Girls soccer

Friday’s summaries

At SeoulOsan American 2, Yongsan International-Seoul 0Halftime—Osan 1, YIS-S 0. Goals—Osan, Stephanie McDole 2 (5). Assists—Osan, Hillary Bliss 1, Hannah Wolf 1.

At SeoulSeoul Foreign 2, Korea International 0Halftime—SFS 2, KIS 0. Goals—SFS, Kathy Lee 1 (11), Michelle Richardson 1 (7). Assists—SFS, Amber Everett 1, Sarah Stegner 1. Goalkeeper saves—SFS, Morgan Yi 4.

At SeongnamDaegu American 5, Seoul International 3Halftime—SIS 2, Daegu 1. Goals—Daegu, Sarah Wright 4 (4), Angie Robinet 1 (7). Assists—Daegu, Gulee Kwon 2, Haley Clairborne 1, Lari Robertson 1, Angie Robinet 1.

OkinawaTrack and field

Friday’s results

Okinawa Activities Council weekly quadrangular meetAt Mike Petty Stadium, Kubasaki High School, Camp Foster

(distances in meters)Boys individual winnersShot put—Craig Hollins, Zion Christian Academy, 12.17Discus—Victor Ellis, Kubasaki, 44.64High jump—(tie), Conor McMannis, Kubasaki, and Lotty Smith, Kadena, 1.91Long jump—Lotty Smith, Kadena, 6.2300 hurdles—Jalah Patten, Kubasaki, 42.68 seconds3,000—Jacob Bishop, Kadena, 9 minutes, 57.68 seconds3,200 relay—Kadena A, 8:59.14Girls individual winnersShot put—Vallen Alleyne, Kubasaki, 8.91Discus—Vallen Alleyne, Kubasaki, 25.9High jump—Micaela Sherman, Kubasaki, 1.3Long jump—Milyka Dees, Kubasaki, 4.82300 hurdles—Milyka Dees, Kubasaki, 48.34 seconds3,000—Ana Hernandez, Kadena, 12 minutes, 5.93 seconds3,200 relay—Kadena A, 11:13.36

Baseball

Friday’s summary

At Camp FosterKadena 20, Kubasaki 10 (6, run rule)Kadena....... 314 228—20 14 4Kubasaki....... 015 400—10 5 7WP—Jayce Moore, 3 IP, 0 H, 2 R, ER, BB, 2 SO. LP—Justice Lasyone, 3 1/3 IP, 11 H, 12 R, 7 ER, BB, SO. Batting—Kadena, Dominic Shea 3-for-4, 3 R, HR, 4 RBI, 2 SB; Josh Arvizu 3-for-6, 3 R, 2 2B, 2 RBI, SB; Jack Cioppa 2-for-5, 2 R, 2B, 2 RBI, 2 SB; Jared Paul 2-for-4, 3 R, 2B, 3 RBI, 2 SB. Kubasaki, Andrew Estes 2-for-3, 3 R, 2 2B, 4 RBI, 2 SB. Noteworthy—First time since 2005 season that Panthers have beaten Dragons more than once in a season.

Boys soccer

Friday’s summary

At Kadena Air BaseKubasaki 4, Kadena 3Halftime—1-1. Goals—Kubasaki, Leo Muro 1 (8), Mike Griffith 1 (4), Anthony Thieleman 1 (3), Liam Neill 1 (3). Kadena, Dalton Choquette 2 (4), Marty Maschio 1 (6). Assists—Kubasaki, Mike Griffith 1, Nick Barker 1. Kadena, Aaron Ahner 2.

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