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Robert D. Edgren's Nick Cunniff and Yokota's Connor Standbridge try to play the ball during Friday's DODDS Japan boys soccer match. The visiting Panthers blanked the Eagles 4-0.
Robert D. Edgren's Nick Cunniff and Yokota's Connor Standbridge try to play the ball during Friday's DODDS Japan boys soccer match. The visiting Panthers blanked the Eagles 4-0. (Sheila Suckart/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Robert D. Edgren's Nick Cunniff and Yokota's Connor Standbridge try to play the ball during Friday's DODDS Japan boys soccer match. The visiting Panthers blanked the Eagles 4-0.
Robert D. Edgren's Nick Cunniff and Yokota's Connor Standbridge try to play the ball during Friday's DODDS Japan boys soccer match. The visiting Panthers blanked the Eagles 4-0. (Sheila Suckart/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Rachael Phillips and Robert D. Edgren's Kalean Middleton battle for the ball during Friday's DODDS Japan girls soccer match. The visiting Panthers edged the Eagles 2-1.
Yokota's Rachael Phillips and Robert D. Edgren's Kalean Middleton battle for the ball during Friday's DODDS Japan girls soccer match. The visiting Panthers edged the Eagles 2-1. (Bryn Suckart/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Ai Robbins plays the ball in front of teammate Sarah Claypool and Robert D. Edgren's Isabel Innes during Friday's DODDS Japan girls soccer match. The visiting Panthers edged the Eagles 2-1.
Yokota's Ai Robbins plays the ball in front of teammate Sarah Claypool and Robert D. Edgren's Isabel Innes during Friday's DODDS Japan girls soccer match. The visiting Panthers edged the Eagles 2-1. (Bryn Suckart/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Zama's Kimani Ferguson delivers against Robert D. Edgren during Friday's pool-play game in the DODDS Japan softball tournament. Ferguson got the win in a 23-3 victory over the Eagles, after getting the save as the Trojans edged host Yokota 10-9.
Zama's Kimani Ferguson delivers against Robert D. Edgren during Friday's pool-play game in the DODDS Japan softball tournament. Ferguson got the win in a 23-3 victory over the Eagles, after getting the save as the Trojans edged host Yokota 10-9. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Jacob Mansburger held the Robert D. Edgren Eagles to two runs during the Panthers' 18-2 victory at the DODDS Japan Tournament in Camp Zama, Japan, on Friday, April 17, 2015. The win makes the Panthers 2-1 in the tournament.
Yokota's Jacob Mansburger held the Robert D. Edgren Eagles to two runs during the Panthers' 18-2 victory at the DODDS Japan Tournament in Camp Zama, Japan, on Friday, April 17, 2015. The win makes the Panthers 2-1 in the tournament. (James Kimber/Stars and Stripes)
M.C. Perry's Lewis Billups ducks out of the way of an errant pitch against Robert D. Edgren during the DODDS Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan, on Friday, April 17, 2015. Perry went on to win 13-1.
M.C. Perry's Lewis Billups ducks out of the way of an errant pitch against Robert D. Edgren during the DODDS Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan, on Friday, April 17, 2015. Perry went on to win 13-1. (James Kimber/Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Easton Gladue struts across the plate following a three-run inside the ballpark home run that ended a 12-2 victory over M.C. Perry during the DODDS Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan on Friday, April 17, 2015. The homer forced the mercy rule to come into effect at the end of the fourth inning.
Yokota's Easton Gladue struts across the plate following a three-run inside the ballpark home run that ended a 12-2 victory over M.C. Perry during the DODDS Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan on Friday, April 17, 2015. The homer forced the mercy rule to come into effect at the end of the fourth inning. (James Kimber/Stars and Stripes)
Robert D. Edgren southpaw Issac Victorino was starter for the Eagles in the DODDS Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan on Friday, April 17, 2015. Edgren would lose that game to Zama 10-2.
Robert D. Edgren southpaw Issac Victorino was starter for the Eagles in the DODDS Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan on Friday, April 17, 2015. Edgren would lose that game to Zama 10-2. (James Kimber/Stars and Stripes)
Zama pitcher Keiyl Sasano pitched a complete game shutout against Yokota in the opening game of the DODDS Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan on Friday, April 17, 2015. Zama went on to win 2-0.
Zama pitcher Keiyl Sasano pitched a complete game shutout against Yokota in the opening game of the DODDS Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan on Friday, April 17, 2015. Zama went on to win 2-0. (James Kimber/Stars and Stripes)

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Baseball JapanDODDS Japan Tournament Friday at Camp ZamaZama 2, Yokota 0 (6, time limit)W — Keiyl Sasano; L — Jack Malone.Zama 10, Robert D. Edgren 2 W — Jaron Brown; L — Isaac Victorino.Yokota 12, Matthew C. Perry 2 (4, run rule)W — Marcus Henagan; L — Cullen Waugh. Batting — Yokota: Easton Gladue (HR).Perry 13, Edgren 1 (5, run rule)W — Peace Gates; L — Will Appel.Yokota 18, Edgren 2 (3, run rule) W — Jacob Mansberger; L — Terrill Carr.

South KoreaDaegu 12, Seoul American 10 (5, time limit) Friday at Camp HenrySAHS 252 01—10Daegu 303 42x—12W — David Messinger, 2 IP (1 R); L — Josh Gagnet, 3 1/3 IP (7 R). Noteworthy — Game was won on a two-out, walk-off two-run home run by Daegu’s Josh McCaw. Warriors rallied from a 7-3 third-inning deficit.

Softball South KoreaSeoul American 19, Daegu 4 (4, run rule) Friday at Camp HenrySAHS 452 8 — 19Daegu 201 1 — 4

JapanDODDS Japan Tournament Friday at Yokota Air BaseZama 10, Yokota 9 (5, time limit) Yokota 050 04 — 9Zama 404 2x — 10W — Kay-Lea Mancuso; L — Anycia Torres; Sv — Kimani Ferguson.Zama 23, Edgren 3Zama 881 6 — 23Edgren 201 x — 3W — Kimani Ferguson; L — Madison Albert. Noteworthy — Game called with one out in top of fourth inning due to pitching rubber malfunction.Yokota 21, Perry 4 (3, run rule)Yokota 24(15) — 21MCP 022 — 4W — Shalana Brown; L — Heidi Thomas.Perry 16, Edgren 11 (4, time limit)Edgren 700 4 — 11MCP 23(11) x — 16W — Thomas; L — Raeven Moore.

Yokota 16, Edgren 5Edgren 011 3—5Yokota (10)42 x—16W — Torres. L — Moore. Noteworthy — Yokota’s Kaia Austin batted 10-for-10 with two in-park grand-slam home runs and 15 RBIs in the Panthers’ three games Friday.

Soccer Boys South KoreaOsan 2, Daegu 2 Friday at Camp CarrollHalftime — Daegu 1-0. Goals — Osan: Tim Davis (7), Cory Harding (3); Daegu: Henry Faivre (2), Ken Musselwhite (1). Assists — Osan: Chase Kingsbury; Daegu: Carlo Bonifacio. Noteworthy — First non-loss in 10 matches for Warriors.Seoul American 4, Humphreys 2 Friday at Camp HumphreysHalftime — SAHS 2-0. Goals — SAHS: Andrew Nutter 3 (8), HoKyong Adkins (6); HHS: Jarrek Cruz (3), Osie Cruz (2). Assists — SAHS: Kevin McGuire 3.

OkinawaKubasaki 7, Okinawa Christian 0 Friday at Camp FosterHalftime — 3-0. Goals — Kubasaki: Iseiah Washington 2 (10), Will Wagner 2 (7), Imani Washington (10), Matt Lemasters (3), Josh Swen (1). Assists — Kubasaki: Is.Washington, Im.Washington, Lemasters, Akira Sterle.

JapanPerry 3, Zama 0 Friday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniHalftime — 1-0. Goals — MCP: Aidan Lewis (6), Payton Fowler (6), Chris Lynch (4). Assists — MCP: Jon Cadavos (11), Justin Hill, Lewis. Noteworthy — All of Cadavos’ assists have come on long throw-ins.Yokota 4, Edgren 0 Friday at Misawa Air BaseHalftime — 3-0. Goals — Edgren: Anthony Gutierrez 2 (3), John Crate (9), Keanu McElroy (2). Assists — Yokota: Keanu McElroy 2, Ray Hernandez.Nile C. Kinnick 1, E.J. King 1 Friday at Sasebo Naval BaseHalftime — Kinnick 1-0. Goals — Kinnick: Ethan Brock (1); Thomas McGrath (3).

Girls South KoreaHumphreys 3, Seoul American 2 Friday at Camp HumphreysHalftime — SAHS 1-0. Goals — HHS: Isabella Nocera 2 (7), Kaylee Spielman (6); SAHS: Hannah Frederick (4), Charley Smith (1). Assists — HHS: Spielman, Sophia Nocera, Sharon Murphy; SAHS: Fran Vido.Osan 6, Daegu 1 At Camp CarrollHalftime — 2-0. Goals — Osan: Andrea Carandang 3 (17), Jada Carnine 2 (5), Julia Bass (1); Daegu: Leisel Mendenhall (4). Assist — Daegu: Danielle Lynch.

GuamGuam 0, Academy of Our Lady 0 Friday at Dededo

JapanKinnick 9, King 1 Friday at Sasebo Naval BaseHalftime — 5-1. Goals — Kinnick: Kiralyn Kawachi 3 (12), Katrina Reid 3 (8), Alyssa Leal (6), Athena Peerson (2), Hope MacDonald (1); EJK: Own goal. Assists — Kinnick: Haley Mitchell 2, Peerson 2, Leal 2, Kawachi.Zama 2, Perry 0 Friday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniHalftime — 1-0. Goals — Zama: Megan Hurley 2 (20). Assists — Zama: Vicki White, Rachel Norton.

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