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Kubasaki's Natalie Oboza and Kadena's Mikayla Benitez chase down the ball during Friday's Okinawa girls soccer match. The Panthers won 3-0.
Kubasaki's Natalie Oboza and Kadena's Mikayla Benitez chase down the ball during Friday's Okinawa girls soccer match. The Panthers won 3-0. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Natalie Oboza and Kadena's Mikayla Benitez chase down the ball during Friday's Okinawa girls soccer match. The Panthers won 3-0.
Kubasaki's Natalie Oboza and Kadena's Mikayla Benitez chase down the ball during Friday's Okinawa girls soccer match. The Panthers won 3-0. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Nicole Fuentes boots the ball past Kadena's Michelle Sawyer during Friday's Okinawa girls soccer match. The Panthers won 3-0.
Kubasaki's Nicole Fuentes boots the ball past Kadena's Michelle Sawyer during Friday's Okinawa girls soccer match. The Panthers won 3-0. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes )
Humphreys Black's Melvin Wrightsil goes up between Osan Black defenders for a shot during Friday's DODEA-Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks routed the Cougars 101-69.
Humphreys Black's Melvin Wrightsil goes up between Osan Black defenders for a shot during Friday's DODEA-Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks routed the Cougars 101-69. (Gabrielle Brass/For Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys Black's Myles Johnson goes up to block a shot by Osan Black's Brandon Edmunds during Friday's DODEA-Korea boys basketball game. Johnson scored a school-record 55 points as the Blackhawks routed the Cougars 101-69.
Humphreys Black's Myles Johnson goes up to block a shot by Osan Black's Brandon Edmunds during Friday's DODEA-Korea boys basketball game. Johnson scored a school-record 55 points as the Blackhawks routed the Cougars 101-69. (Gabrielle Brass/For Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Henry Ruksc and Kadena's Tyler Smith go up to head the ball during Friday's Okinawa boys soccer match. The Dragons won 3-0.
Kubasaki's Henry Ruksc and Kadena's Tyler Smith go up to head the ball during Friday's Okinawa boys soccer match. The Dragons won 3-0. (Morgan Issitt/For Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Gideon Summers and Kubasaki's Thiago Facchini scrum for the ball during Friday's Okinawa boys soccer match. The Dragons won 3-0.
Kadena's Gideon Summers and Kubasaki's Thiago Facchini scrum for the ball during Friday's Okinawa boys soccer match. The Dragons won 3-0. (Morgan Issitt/For Stars and Stripes)
Arane Wilks of Humphreys boots the ball toward midfield during Saturday's DODEA-Korea girls soccer matches. The Blackhawks lost twice, 1-0 to Osan and 2-1 to Daegu.
Arane Wilks of Humphreys boots the ball toward midfield during Saturday's DODEA-Korea girls soccer matches. The Blackhawks lost twice, 1-0 to Osan and 2-1 to Daegu. (Dinah Drake/For Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Joshua Newson and Jax Watson cross the finish line second and third in the boys 1,600 during Saturday's DODEA-Korea track and field meet. Osan's Parker Hendrickson won the race in 5 minute, 5.78 seconds; Watson was second in 5:19.48 and Newson third in 5:19.70.
Humphreys' Joshua Newson and Jax Watson cross the finish line second and third in the boys 1,600 during Saturday's DODEA-Korea track and field meet. Osan's Parker Hendrickson won the race in 5 minute, 5.78 seconds; Watson was second in 5:19.48 and Newson third in 5:19.70. (Arianna Ochoa/For Stars and Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Kathryn Withers won the girls shot put and discus during Saturday's DODEA-Kanto track and field meet.
Nile C. Kinnick's Kathryn Withers won the girls shot put and discus during Saturday's DODEA-Kanto track and field meet. (Jack Higbee/For Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Kai Harbert won the boys shot put and discus during Saturday's DODEA-Kanto track and field meet.
Yokota's Kai Harbert won the boys shot put and discus during Saturday's DODEA-Kanto track and field meet. (Jack Higbee/For Stars and Stripes)
E.J. King's Alyssa Garcia dribbles between two Matthew C. Perry defenders during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls soccer matches. The Cobras swept two matches from the Samurai.
E.J. King's Alyssa Garcia dribbles between two Matthew C. Perry defenders during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls soccer matches. The Cobras swept two matches from the Samurai. (Kevin Rossiter/For Stars and Stripes)
Matthew C. Perry's Gage Behnken dribbles between E.J. King defenders during Saturday's DODEA-Japan boys soccer match. The Samurai swept two matches from the Cobras.
Matthew C. Perry's Gage Behnken dribbles between E.J. King defenders during Saturday's DODEA-Japan boys soccer match. The Samurai swept two matches from the Cobras. (Kevin Rossiter/For Stars and Stripes)

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Track and field South KoreaSaturday at Camp Humphreys (Times hand-held unless indicated; distances in meters)Boys Humphreys 217, Osan 135, Daegu 115 Shot put — Gregory Lunn, Osan, 13.53 meters; Discus — Sanaree Evans, Daegu, 33.80; High jump — Dylan Friend, Humphreys, 1.42; Long jump — Torrance Anthony, Daegu, 5.69; Triple jump — Edward Kim, Osan, 9.76; 100 — Anthony, 11.57; 110 hurdles — Jacob Dickerson, Daegu, 23.81; 200 — Darnell Wilks, Humphreys, 23.91; 300 hurdles — Daniel Diaz, Humphreys, 58.46; 400 — Javon Foreman, Humphreys, 58.84; 400 relay — Humphreys (Deontaye Gregory, Kaleb Jett, Tre’Vion Jackson, Wilks), 46.50; 800 — Parker Hendrickson, Osan, 2 minutes, 22 seconds; 1,600 — Hendrickson, 5:05.78; 1,600 relay — Humphreys (Jett, Curtis Brown, Cade White, Gregory), 4:08.66 FAT timed; 3,200 — Hendrickson, 11:49.01; 3,200 relay — Humphreys (Jackson Bauer, Mitchell Jones, Nathan Schild, Jax Watson), 10:42.48.Girls Humphreys 207, Daegu 90, Osan 86 Shot put — Jewlya Arrington, Humphreys, 8.20 meters; Discus — Arrington, 30.44; High jump — Isabella Fernandez, Humphreys, 1.27; Long jump — Alexis Jeffress, Osan, 3.94; Triple jump — Jeffress, 8.75; 100 — Chasity Johnson, Humphreys, 12.38 seconds; 100 hurdles — Alaina Areniego, Humphreys, 18.47; 200 — Johnson, 27.77; 300 hurdles — Kayla Randall, Daegu, 1 minute, 2.84 seconds; 400 — Johnson, 1:05.85; 400 relay — Daegu (Randall, Samantha Jones, Bridgette Nelson, Alyssa Cline), 57.87; 800 — Hannah Chung, Humphreys, 2:43.50; 1,600 — Chung, 6:08.31; 3,200 — Micah Skiles, Humphreys, 14:31.50.

JapanSaturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni (Times hand held; distances in meters)Boys Shot put — Shawn Swindell, Perry, 8.9 meters; Discus — Zachery Carter, Perry, 22.5; High jump — Swindell, 1.55; Long jump — Caleb Anderson, E.J. King, 4.85; 100 — Zildjian Tamayo, Perry, 12.42 seconds; 110 hurdles — Jay Belmonte, King, 16.42; 200 — Belmonte, 26.15; 300 hurdles— Swindell, 44.05; 400 — Anderson, 55.05; 400 relay — Perry (Tamayo, Swindell, Isaiah Kim, Jalen Cobb), 55.25; 800 — Timothy Park, Perry, 2 minutes, 7.1 seconds; 1,600 — Tyler Gaines, King, 5:13.0; 1,600 relay — Perry (Carter, Tamayo, Kim, Swindell), 3:53.0; 3,200 — Pedro Sandoval, Perry, 10:23.0.Girls Shot put — Avanni Gardner, King, 8.06 meters; Discus — Gardner, 32.2; 100 — Abriell Shand-Pike, King, 15.16 seconds; 200 — Shand-Pike, 33.15; 400 — Shand-Pike, 1 minute, 15.0 seconds; 400 relay — Perry (Cecilia Campbell, Alizae Nell, Ciera Roberts, Julia Linville), 1:03.0; 800 — Fernanda Diaz, King, 2:48.0; 1,600 — Romero, King, 5:59.0; 3,200 — Diaz, 13:14.0.

Saturday at Yokota Air Base (Fully-automated time; distances in meters)Boys Kinnick 236, Zama 119, Yokota 108 Shot put — Kai Harbert, Yokota, 11.15 meters; Discus — Harbert, 32.65; High jump — Keshawn McNeill, Zama, 1.90; Long jump — McNeill, 5.56; 100 — McNeill, 11.64 seconds; 110 hurdles — Angelo Dulce, Kinnick, 19.13; 200 — Jeremiah Hines, Kinnick, 24.59; 300 hurdles — Gabriel Escalera, Zama, 48.78; 400 — Jacob Vitug, Kinnick, 56.21; 400 relay — Zama (Richard Sevilleja, Mark Villaran, Kalil Irby, McNeill), 47.17; 800 — Alexander Fisher, Yokota, 2 minutes, 16.66 seconds; 1,600 — Austin Shinzato, Kinnick, 4:51.03; 1,600 relay — Kinnick (Elijah Aquil, Hines, Vitug, Jonathon Moon), 3:50.97; 3,200 — Shinzato, 10:31.62.Girls Kinnick 225, Yokota 111, Zama 91 Shot put — Kathryn Withers, Kinnick, 8.55; Discus — Withers, 25.55; High jump — Amyka Jones, Kinnick, 1.20; Long jump — Madison Anderson, Zama, 3.87; 100 — Anderson, 13.74 seconds; 100 hurdles — Samantha Crisci, Kinnick, 20.36; 200 — Anderson, 28.40; 300 hurdles — Trinity Stegall, Yokota, 53.25; 400 — D’Ajia Mitchell, Kinnick, 1 minute, 7.20 seconds; 400 relay — Yokota (Ami Sylla, Stegall, Nia Robinson-Martinez, Jazzmin Spencer), 55.90; 800 — Aiko Galvin, Yokota, 2:29.28; 1,600 — Reagan Cheramie, Yokota, 5:45.69; 1,600 relay — Yokota (Cheramie, Robinson-Martinez, Spencer, Galvin), 4:42.67; 3,200 — Cheramie, 12:31.77.

Baseball South KoreaSaturday at Camp HenryHumphreys 9, Daegu 8 Blackhawks 120 6—9 5 0Warriors 231 2—8 5 1W — Justin Taft 4 IP (5 H, 8 ER, 9 BB, 3 SO, 4 HP, WP); L — Ethan Gamez 4 IP (5 H, 9 ER, 9 BB, 5 SO). Batting — Blackhawks: Levi Ramos (2B, 2 RBI); Warriors: (2B, 2 RBI).Daegu 17, Osan 3 Cougars 012— 3 2 1Warriors (12)5x—17 7 0W — Chris Garcia 3 IP (2 H, 3 ER, 7 BB, 4 SO, WP); L — Jones IP (6 H, 12 ER, 4 BB, 2 SO, 2 HP, WP). Batting — Warriors: McCall (2 RBI, 4 SB), Garcia (2 RBI, 2 SB), Gamez (2 RBI, 2 SB).

Humphreys 28, Osan 0 Cougars 00— 0Blackhawks (19)9—28Batting — Blackhawks: Taft 3-3 (2B, 3 RBI, 2 SB), Ian Hayes 2-3 (3B, 4 RBI), Ethan Carney 2-2 (3B, 3 RBI), Max Weidley 2-2 (2B, 2 RBI), Beau Carson 2-2 (2 2B, 4 RBI, 2 SB).

JapanSaturday at IwakuniE.J. King 7, Matthew C. Perry 3 Cobras 004 3—7Samurai 201 0—3W — Colin Schrader 4 IP (H, 2 ER, 4 BB, 9 SO); L — Roy Clayton 3 IP (4 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 5 SO). Batting — Cobras: Leo Schinker 2-3 (2B), Schrader 2-3; Samurai: Dylan Schuch (2 RBI).King 10, Perry 0 Cobras 003 25—10Samurai 000 00— 0W — Schinker 5 IP (1 H, 1 BB, 10 SO). Batting — Cobras: Nolan FitzGerald 3-4 (3 3B, RBI). Noteworthy — Schinker just missed his second career no-hitter, giving up a fourth-inning single to Perry freshman Nickolas Elizondo. Saturday at Yokosuka Naval BaseNile C. Kinnick 6, Yokota 1 Inning splits not available. W — Sebastian Hineman 6 IP (0 H, 11 SO, HP); L — Brody Choate, 6 IP (4 BB, 8 SO). Noteworthy — Hineman pitched a no-hitter to open the season for the Red Devils.Kinnick 10, Yokota 8 Inning splits not available. W — Isaac Christensen 2 IP (3 BB, SO); L — Patrick Hakun, IP (7 BB, HP). Batting — Red Devils: Isaac Tovar 2-3; Panthers: Ozzie Lopez 3-3, Kura Sato 2-2 (2 RBI), Anthony Logue (2B, 2 RBI).

Softball South KoreaSaturday at Osan Air BaseHumphreys 21, Osan 4 Blackhawks 310 (15)2—21 15 2Cougars 120 10— 4 5 3W — Lizette Ceja 5 IP (5 H, 2 ER, 3 BB, 2 SO, 3 HP); L — Shaylee Ungos 4 IP (12 H, 19 ER, 4 BB, 9 SO). Batting — Blackhawks: Zoe Weidley 3-4 (4 RBI, 2 SB), Madison Bridges 3-3 (3B, 2 RBI, 4 SB), Ceja 2-3 (HR, 3 RBI), Serenity Reyes (3 RBI), Hannah Rodriguez 3-4 (2 RBI, 3 SB).Osan 11, Daegu 1 Warriors 010 00— 1 1 0Cougars 203 6x—11 12 0W — Anne Mountcastle 4 2/3 IP (H, ER, 2 BB, 11 SO, HP, WP); L — Bethani Newbold 4 IP (12 H, 10 ER, 8 SO, HBP, 2 WP). Batting — Gabriella Penry 2-3, Mountcastle 2-3 (2 RBI, 2 SB), Tailan Hickey (HR, 2 RBI), Ungos 2-3 (2B, 4 SB), Abigail Hafdahl 2-3 (SB), Tatiana Lunn (HR, 2 RBI).Daegu 6, Humphreys 5 Warriors 031 11—6 3 1Blackhawks 101 03—5 7 4W — Newbold 5 IP (7 H, 4 ER, BB, 7 SO, HP); L — Ceja 5 IP (3 H, ER, 5 BB, 7 SO, 5 WP). Batting — Warriors: Newbold (5 SB); Blackhawks: Weidley 2-3 (3B, HR, 4 RBI), Nicole Christian 2-3 (SB).

OkinawaKubasaki 9, Kadena 8 Friday at Camp FosterPanthers 200 240—8 12 2Dragons 301 122x—9 12 3W — Haley Patton 6 IP (12 H, 3 ER, 2 BB, 2 SO); L — Renee Roberts-Kelly 5 2/3 IP (12 H, 8 ER, 2 BB, 2 SO, HBP). Batting — Dragons: McKayla Paine 3-3 (2 SB), Alyssa Frank 2-4 (2B, 2 RBI), Patton 2-3, Cailyn Brown (2 RBI), Kristen Lininger 2-3 (3B, 2 RBI). Panthers: Kailah Jennings 4-4, Mylein Tull 2-3 (2B, 2 RBI), Savannah Barnett 2-3 (HR, 2 RBI), Morgan Sayers 2-3 (HR, 2 RBI). Noteworthy — Frank hit a two-out, two-RBI double to score the tying and winning runs.

JapanSaturday at Yokosuka Naval BaseYokota 28, Kinnick 0 Panthers 5(10)(13)—28 16 0Red Devils 000— 0 2 1Batting — Panthers: Elena Haas 4-4 (3 RBI, 8 SB), Coriel Grannis-Ezell 2-3 (2 RBI), Annalise Rodriguez 2-2 (2 RBI, 4 SB), Erica Young 2-2 (2B, 2 RBI, 3 SB), Leilani Westlund (2 RBI), Aaliyah Velasquez 2-3 (3 RBI, 3 SB).Yokota 12, Kinnick 9 Panthers 660—12 10 1Red Devils 270— 9 2 0W — Aki Diel 1 1/3 IP (H, 7 ER, 7 BB, 2 HP); S — Velasquez 2/3 IP (H, ER, 2 SO). Batting — Panthers: Haas 2-3 (3 SB), Marilyn Fresquez 2-2 (3B, 3 SB), Velasquez 2-2 (HR), Diel (2 RBI), Young (2B, 3 SB).

Soccer Boys South KoreaSaturday at Osan Air BaseHumphreys 4, Daegu 1 Halftime — 4-0. Goals — Blackhawks: Austin Mills 2 (7), Tony Oh (5), William Lee (1); Warriors: Jared Rueda (1). Assist — Blackhawks: Oh.Daegu 1, Osan 0 Halftime — 1-0. Goal — Andrew Reeves (1).Humphreys 3, Osan 1 Halftime — 3-1. Goals — Blackhawks: Mills 3 (10).

JapanSaturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniPerry 8, King 0 Halftime — 8-0. Goals — Yugo Cooley 3 (3), Giovanni Cano 2 (2), Shion Fleming (1), Juulian Ramirez (1), Kirby Kendrick (1). Assists — Cano 3, Jaythan Baythavong 2, Kendrick, Ryan Livengood, James Williams.Perry 11, King 1 Halftime — 7-1. Goals — Samurai: Cooley 2 (5), Zachary Finnesgard 2 (2), Jonathan Ramirez 2 (2), Gage Behnken 2 (2), Livengood (1), Williams (1), own goal; Cobras: Denis Alfaro-Salazar (1). Assists — Samurai: Cano 3, Cooley, Williams, Livengood. Saturday at Camp ZamaKinnick 4, Yokota 0 Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Otto Eisenhardt 2 (2), Kuo Nishiyama (1), Joey Hand (1). Assist — Daniel Burke. Saves — Red Devils: Trey Nelson 2.Kinnick 6, Zama 0 Halftime — 2-0. Goals — Ryo Nishiyama 2 (2), Justin Crouch 2 (2), Eisenhardt (3), K. Nishiyama (2). Assists — K. Nishiyama 2. Saves — Red Devils: Nelson 3.Yokota 4, Zama 1 Halftime — 3-1. Goals — Panthers: Owen Taylor 3 (3), Senna Solberg (1); Trojans: Ryan Rayos (1). Assists — Panthers: Carson Brown 2, Troy Johnson, Andrew Beene.

OkinawaKubasaki 3, Kadena 0 Friday at Kadena Air BaseHalftime — 1-0. Goals — Kia Fowler (1), Taiga Croghan (1), Sebastian Scherry (1). Assists — Thiago Faccini, Marcus Pilapil. Noteworthy — Dragons leveled the season series at a win apiece.

Girls South KoreaSaturday at Camp HumphreysOsan 1, Humphreys 0Halftime —1-0. Goal — Celes Matthews (1).Daegu 3, Osan 0 Halftime — 2-0. Goals — Jaela Sahagun 2 (2), Ashley Ballanco (1).Daegu 2, Humphreys 1 Halftime — 1-1. Goals — Warriors: Sahagun (3), Leah Williamson (1); Blackhawks: Maizie Tremblay (1).

OkinawaKadena 3, Kubasaki 0 Friday at Kadena Air BaseHalftime — 2-0. Goals — Angelina Ackles 2 (2), Alexis Champion (1). Assist — Marina Sawyer.

JapanSaturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniKing 6, Perry 0 Halftime — 3-0. Goals — Alyssa Garcia 3 (3), Molly Schinker 2 (2), Jae Garland (1).King 5, Perry 0 Halftime — 2-0. Goals — Hanna O’Mara 2 (2), Garcia (4), Garland (2), Shayden Galinato-Morikawi (1). Saturday at Yokota Air BaseKinnick 6, Zama 0 Halftime — 3-0. Goals — Natsumi Elmoutawakel 3 (3), Charley Lau (1), Sakura Lopez (1), Mikaila Miranda (1). Assists — Lopez 2, Lau, Miranda. Saves — Red Devils: Eleanor Kentz 2.Kinnick 3, Yokota 2 Halftime — Panthers 1-0. Goals — Red Devils: Lau 2 (3), Elmoutawakel (4); Panthers: Emma Ball (1), Lily Wellons (1). Assists — Red Devils: Elmoutawakel, Miranda, Lacey Walden; Panthers: Hana Vogeley.Yokota 2, Zama 1 Halftime — Panthers 1-0. Goals — Panthers: Emma Ball (1), Gabby Sutton (1); Trojans: Aubrey Giles (1). Assists — Panthers: Ball, Kaci McBrayer; Trojans: Midori Robinson.

Basketball Boys South KoreaFriday at Camp HumphreysHumphreys Black 101, Osan Black 69 Cougars 29 10 15 15— 69Blackhawks 24 34 22 31—101Scoring — Blackhawks Black: Myles Johnson 55, Melvin Wrightsil 17, Sean Cook 13; Cougars: Jaylon Grant 18, Joseph Cornelius 10. Rebounding — Blackhawks Black: Wrightsil 10, Cook 10. Noteworthy — Johnson’s 55 points is a school record. Johnson hit six three-point goals and 22 field goals total and shot 7-for-7 at the foul line.Humphreys Gold 66, Osan Blue 35 Cougars 8 12 10 5—35Blackhawks 16 22 14 14—66Scoring — Blackhawks Gold: Donovan Okpokwasili 15, Collin Metcalf 14; Cougars Blue: Grant 10. Rebounding — Blackhawks Gold: Metcalf 6.

Volleyball Boys GuamFather Duenas Memorial def. Guam High 25-11, 25-17, 25-16 Friday at MangilaoKills — Panthers: Jared Aguon 8. Block points — Panthers: Oen Hofschneider 3, Keean Fejeran 3.

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