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GolfOkinawaMonday’s summaryAt Taiyo Golf Course, GushikawaBoysKubasaki 2, Kadena 2Reid Henderson, Kadena, def. Matthew Duffy 44-45, 1 upVincent Loignon, Kadena, def. Patrick Snowman 59-60, 1 upJared Rosario, Kubasaki, def. Thomas Stewart 44-58, 5 upD.J. Roe, Kubasaki, def. Oliver Loignon 53-60, 5 upGirlsKubasaki 1, Kadena 1Helena Tassi, Kadena, def. Terah Whithurst 58-58, drawLandis Mathis, Kadena, def. Alli Sharman 48-63, 5 upRegan Kreamer, Kubasaki, by walkover

SoccerOkinawaBoysSaturday’s summaryAt NahaNaha Kokusai 1, Kubasaki 1Halftime—0-0. Goal—Kubasaki, Roberto Betancourt 1 (1). Assist—Kubasaki, Angel Nolasco 1.

GirlsSunday’s summaryAt Camp FosterNaha Commercial 3, Kubasaki 2Halftime—Naha Shogyo 2, Kubasaki 0. Goals—Kubasaki, Elizabeth Fabila 2 (12).

Track and fieldJapanSaturday’s resultsAt Tokyo(distances in meters; all results fully auto-timed)Boys100—Shorai Ashida, Christian Academy Japan, 11.63 seconds200—Victor Mellbin, Yokohama International, 24.26400—Sam Callon, American School In Japan, 51.38800—Kelly Langley, St. Mary’s International, 2 minutes, 6.3 seconds1,500—Trevor Maggart, American School In Japan, 4:21.383,000—Trevor Maggart, American School In Japan, 9:38.66110 hurdles—Charlie Seno, American School In Japan, 16.8400 hurdles—Jonathan Bartsch, Christian Academy Japan, 1:02.08400 relay—Yokohama International, 47.221,600 relay—Christian Academy Japan, 3:44.18Shot put—Eli Peterson, Christian Academy Japan, 10.64 metersDiscus—Eli Peterson, Christian Academy Japan, 29.00High jump—Shorai Ashida, Christian Academy Japan, 1.8Long jump—Sam Olson, American School In Japan, 5.96Girls100—Janet Elder, Yokohama International, 13.36 seconds200—Liz Thornton, American School In Japan, 27.65400—SungJi Kim, Christian Academy Japan, 1 minute, 5.77 seconds800—Isabelle Ballet, American School In Japan, 2:41.001,500—Rei Morikawa, American School In Japan, 5:38.073,000—Rei Morikawa, American School In Japan, 12:04.71100 hurdles—SungJi Kim, Christian Academy Japan, 18.71300 hurdles—SungJi Kim, Christian Academy Japan, 53.15400 relay—Seisen International, 56.511,600 relay—Seisen International, 4:36.32Shot put—Liz Thornton, American School In Japan, 8.69 metersDiscus—Kendra Peterson, Christian Academy Japan, 24.10High jump—Isabelle Ballet, American School In Japan, 1.45Long jump—Liz Thornton, American School In Japan, 4.77

BaseballJapanSaturday’s summariesAt TokyoSt. Mary’s International 10, American School In Japan 4St. Mary’s.......010 600 3—10 12 2ASIJ.......020 000 2—4 9 7W—Jae Min Cho, 6 IP, 7 H, 2 R, ER, BB, SO. LP—Nathan Lorentz, 3 2/3 IP, 8 H, 7 R, 0 ER, 2 BB, SO. Batting—St. Mary’s, Sen Jae Zhou 2-for-4, R, BB, RBI, SB; Tomoya Minaki 2-for-5, R, RBI; Hio Miyazawa 2-for-4, 2B, R, RBI, 2 SB; Stefan Byland 2-for-4, 2 R, RBI; Jose Nihara 2-for-4, R, 2 RBI. ASIJ, Nathan Lorentz 3-for-4, R, SB; Peter Jackson R, 2B, 2 RBI; Mizuki Shumsky 2-for-3.

St. Mary’s International 6, American School In Japan 3St. Mary’s.......102 030 0—6 8 4ASIJ.......0024000 1—3 6 3WP—Stefan Byland, 4 IP, 3 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 3 BB, SO. LP—Ryan Atkins, 5 IP, 6 H, 6 R, 3 ER, 3 BB, 5 SO. Batting—St. Mary’s, Daiki Matsunaga 3-for-4, 2 RBI. ASIJ, Nathan Lorentz 2-for-4, R, 2B, 2 RBI; Ryan Atkins 2-for-4, RBI. Noteworthy—Bessie Noll, a sophomore, becomes just the second girl in Kanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools history to suit up for a baseball team. Allison Amara of Zama American (2001) was the first.

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