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Zama pitcher Keiyl Sasano came on in relief to hold Matthew C. Perry to zero runs during the DODDS Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan on April 18, 2015. Zama and Perry tied 5-5 due to time constraints.
Zama pitcher Keiyl Sasano came on in relief to hold Matthew C. Perry to zero runs during the DODDS Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan on April 18, 2015. Zama and Perry tied 5-5 due to time constraints. (James Kimber/Stars and Stripes)
Zama pitcher Keiyl Sasano came on in relief to hold Matthew C. Perry to zero runs during the DODDS Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan on April 18, 2015. Zama and Perry tied 5-5 due to time constraints.
Zama pitcher Keiyl Sasano came on in relief to hold Matthew C. Perry to zero runs during the DODDS Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan on April 18, 2015. Zama and Perry tied 5-5 due to time constraints. (James Kimber/Stars and Stripes)
Zama's Jake Bayardo slides into home off a sacrifice bunt to score the tying run against Matthew C. Perry during the DODDS Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan on April 18, 2015. Zama and Perry tied 5-5 due to time constraints.
Zama's Jake Bayardo slides into home off a sacrifice bunt to score the tying run against Matthew C. Perry during the DODDS Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan on April 18, 2015. Zama and Perry tied 5-5 due to time constraints. (James Kimber/Stars and Stripes)
E.J. King pitcher Bryce Szerlag started the Cobras opening game against Robert D. Edgren during the DODDS Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan on April 18, 2015. King would lose 15-8.
E.J. King pitcher Bryce Szerlag started the Cobras opening game against Robert D. Edgren during the DODDS Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan on April 18, 2015. King would lose 15-8. (James Kimber/Stars and Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick pitcher Kacey Walker started for the Red Devils against Matthew C. Perry during the DODDS Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan on April 18, 2015. Kinnick lost 3-2.
Nile C. Kinnick pitcher Kacey Walker started for the Red Devils against Matthew C. Perry during the DODDS Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan on April 18, 2015. Kinnick lost 3-2. (James Kimber/Stars and Stripes)
Yokota pitcher Sean Caffrey gave up two earned runs to E.J. King during the DODDS Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan on April 18, 2015. The Panthers won 15-2.
Yokota pitcher Sean Caffrey gave up two earned runs to E.J. King during the DODDS Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan on April 18, 2015. The Panthers won 15-2. (James Kimber/Stars and Stripes)
Matthew C. Perry's Peace Gates dodges an errant pitch during the Samurai game against Robert D. Edgren at the DODDS Japan Tournament in Camp Zama, Japan on April 18, 2015. Perry won 8-4.
Matthew C. Perry's Peace Gates dodges an errant pitch during the Samurai game against Robert D. Edgren at the DODDS Japan Tournament in Camp Zama, Japan on April 18, 2015. Perry won 8-4. (James Kimber/Stars and Stripes)
Matthew C. Perry's Cullen Waugh pitches to Nile C. Kinnick during the DODDS Japan Tournament in Camp Zama, Japan on April 18, 2015. Waugh would pick up the win in the Samurai 3-2 victory.
Matthew C. Perry's Cullen Waugh pitches to Nile C. Kinnick during the DODDS Japan Tournament in Camp Zama, Japan on April 18, 2015. Waugh would pick up the win in the Samurai 3-2 victory. (James Kimber/Stars and Stripes)
Robert D. Edgren's Nina Robertson plays the ball as Yokota's London Jackson gives chase during Saturday's DODDS Japan girls soccer match. The visiting Panthers edged the Eagles 2-1.
Robert D. Edgren's Nina Robertson plays the ball as Yokota's London Jackson gives chase during Saturday's DODDS Japan girls soccer match. The visiting Panthers edged the Eagles 2-1. (Mike Dobson/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Robert D. Edgren's Corey Mathews dribbles against Yokota's Connor Standbridge during Saturday's DODDS Japan boys soccer match. The visiting Panthers downed the Eagles 5-2.
Robert D. Edgren's Corey Mathews dribbles against Yokota's Connor Standbridge during Saturday's DODDS Japan boys soccer match. The visiting Panthers downed the Eagles 5-2. (Mike Dobson/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Robert D. Edgren's Nick Cunniff has the ball batted away by Yokota goalkeeper Chris Rickenbach as Panthers teammate Jack Liddle watches during Saturday's DODDS Japan boys soccer match. The visiting Panthers downed the Eagles 5-2.
Robert D. Edgren's Nick Cunniff has the ball batted away by Yokota goalkeeper Chris Rickenbach as Panthers teammate Jack Liddle watches during Saturday's DODDS Japan boys soccer match. The visiting Panthers downed the Eagles 5-2. (Mike Dobson/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Jamia Bailey and Robert D. Edgren's Isabel Innes play the ball as Eagles' Amber Eldridge watches during Saturday's DODDS Japan girls soccer match. The visiting Panthers edged the Eagles 2-1.
Yokota's Jamia Bailey and Robert D. Edgren's Isabel Innes play the ball as Eagles' Amber Eldridge watches during Saturday's DODDS Japan girls soccer match. The visiting Panthers edged the Eagles 2-1. (Mike Dobson/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Isabella Nocera and Daegu's Yenah Joe battle for the ball during Saturday's Korea girls soccer match. The visiting Blackhawks edged the Warriors 2-1.
Humphreys' Isabella Nocera and Daegu's Yenah Joe battle for the ball during Saturday's Korea girls soccer match. The visiting Blackhawks edged the Warriors 2-1. (Mylissa Maclin/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Daniella McCoy and Daegu's Leisel Mendenhall engage for the ball during Saturday's Korea girls soccer match. The visiting Blackhawks edged the Warriors 2-1.
Humphreys' Daniella McCoy and Daegu's Leisel Mendenhall engage for the ball during Saturday's Korea girls soccer match. The visiting Blackhawks edged the Warriors 2-1. (Mylissa Maclin/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Takao Elliot and Daegu's Dennis Cowins try to play the ball during Saturday's Korea boys soccer match. The visiting Blackhawks edged the Warriors 2-1.
Humphreys' Takao Elliot and Daegu's Dennis Cowins try to play the ball during Saturday's Korea boys soccer match. The visiting Blackhawks edged the Warriors 2-1. (Mylissa Maclin/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Daegu's Nathan Scheidt plays the ball as Humphreys' Brice Bulotovich and Takao Elliot and Warriors teammate Jonas Langlois watch during Saturday's Korea boys soccer match. The visiting Blackhawks edged the Warriors 2-1.
Daegu's Nathan Scheidt plays the ball as Humphreys' Brice Bulotovich and Takao Elliot and Warriors teammate Jonas Langlois watch during Saturday's Korea boys soccer match. The visiting Blackhawks edged the Warriors 2-1. (Mylissa Maclin/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Taylor Peche' drops a bunt against Nile C. Kinnick during Saturday's DODDS Japan softball tournament game, which the Panthers won 13-5.
Yokota's Taylor Peche' drops a bunt against Nile C. Kinnick during Saturday's DODDS Japan softball tournament game, which the Panthers won 13-5. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Anycia Torres delivers against Nile C. Kinnick during Saturday's DODDS Japan softball tournament game, which the Panthers won 13-5.
Yokota's Anycia Torres delivers against Nile C. Kinnick during Saturday's DODDS Japan softball tournament game, which the Panthers won 13-5. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Osan third baseman Brenden Becker prepares to throw across the diamond against Seoul American during Saturday's DODDS Korea baseball game. The Cougars beat the Falcons 19-7.
Osan third baseman Brenden Becker prepares to throw across the diamond against Seoul American during Saturday's DODDS Korea baseball game. The Cougars beat the Falcons 19-7. (Victoria Theriot/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Osan right-hander Mike Hardin delivers against Seoul American during Saturday's DODDS Korea baseball game. Hardin survived six hits and eight walks and the Cougars beat the Falcons 19-7.
Osan right-hander Mike Hardin delivers against Seoul American during Saturday's DODDS Korea baseball game. Hardin survived six hits and eight walks and the Cougars beat the Falcons 19-7. (Victoria Theriot/Special to Stars and Stripes)

High school

Track and field OkinawaSaturday at Mihama, fully automated timed, distances in meters.Boys Kadena 107, Kubasaki 102½, Zion Christian 37½, Okinawa Christian 28 Shot put — Siulagisipai Fuimaono, Kadena, 11.75; Discus — Josiah Allen, Kubasaki, 32.68; High jump — Damien Seals, Kadena, 1.72; Long jump — Johann Wright, Kubasaki, 6.12; 100 — Wright, 12.28 seconds; 110 hurdles — Jacob Green, Kubasaki, 17.40; 200 — Damien Seals, Kadena, 23.90; 300 hurdles — Green, 44.37; 400 — Shawn Monroe, OCSI, 50.81; 400 relay — Kubasaki, 46.41; 800 — Hunter Ficenec, Kadena, 2 minutes, 2.13 seconds; 1,600 — Ficenec, 4:29.81; 1,600 relay — Kadena, 3:38.36; 3,200 — Johnathon Johnson, Kubasaki, 10:22.82; 3,200 relay — OCSI, 8:39.92. Noteworthy — OCSI’s 3,200 relay team is the first in the Pacific to qualify for the Far East meet May 21-22 at Yokota.Girls Kadena 106, Kubasaki 92, Zion Christian 19, Okinawa Christian 16 Shot put — Jazmyn Sharper, Kadena, 10.00 meters; Discus — Sharper, 31.55; High jump — Jasmine Rhodes, Kadena, 1.49; Long jump — Gabriella Provost, Kubasaki, 4.85; 100 — Kaelyn Francis, Kubasaki, 12.85 seconds; 100 hurdles — Tiarrah Edwards, Kadena, 17.07; 200 — Francis, 27.09; 300 hurdles — Apryl-Len Cabase, Kadena, 48.30; 400 — Rhodes, 1 minute, 5.33 seconds; 400 relay — Kubasaki, 51.45; 800 — Rachel Carson, Kubasaki, 2:43.47; 1,600 — Wren Renquest, Kadena, 5:43.25; 1,600 — Kadena, 4:27.75; 3,200 — Renquist, 12:02.49; 3,200 relay — Kubasaki, 11:06.07.

JapanSaturday at Yokota Air Base, fully automated timed, distances in meters.Boys Nile C. Kinnick 151, American School In Japan 114, Yokota 73, St. Mary’s 54, Christian Academy Japan 48, Zama 27, Robert D. Edgren 1 Shot put — Christian Sonnenberg, Yokota, 13.28 meters; Discus —Sonnenberg, 45.00; High jump — Jermaine Neal, Yokota, 1.7; Long jump — Jamel Davis, Nile C. Kinnick, 5.77; 100 — Jabari Johnson, Kinnick, 11.34 seconds; 110 hurdles — Rei Arbuckle, Christian Academy Japan, 18.00; 200 — Johnson, 22.58; 300 hurdles — Nick Galegher, Kinnick, 45.32; 400 — Johnson, 51.25; 400 relay — Kinnick, 45.71; 800 — Evan Yukevich, American School In Japan, 2:06.02; 1,600 — Yukevich, 4:36.29; 1,600 relay — Kinnick, 3:32.78; 3,200 — Ryan Nishida, ASIJ, 10:22.79; 3,200 relay — Yokota, 8:52.Girls Kinnick 141, ASIJ 113, Seisen 77, Sacred Heart 46½, Zama 32, CAJ 31, Edgren 17½, Yokota 10 Shot put — Victoria Taylor, CAJ, 9.95 meters; Discus — Taylor, 31.17; High jump — Andrea Fehrman, ASIJ, 1.4; Long jump — Rhyssa Hizon, Kinnick, 4.56; 100 — Hizon, 13.61 seconds; 100 hurdles — Sabine Hirano, ASIJ, 18.53; 200 — Jenna Doyno, ASIJ, 28.28; 300 hurdles — Doyno, 47.83; 400 — Doyno, 1 minute, 0.61 seconds; 400 relay — Zama, 54.43; 800 — Brittani Shappell, Seisen, 2:27.56; 1,600 — Lisa Watanuki, ASIJ, 5:32; 1,600 relay — Seisen, 4:34.10; 3,200 — Shappell, 11:47.10 (league record; old record 11:48.1 by Yuna Sakuma, Seisen, 2004); 3,200 relay — Yokota, 11:16. Noteworthy — Seisen’s Shappell came within a second of the Pacific 3,200 record of 11:46 set in 2004 by Kubasaki’s Crystal Sandness.

Baseball South KoreaOsan 19, Seoul American 7 (4, time limit) Saturday at Camp HenryOsan 475 3—19 5 3SAHS 100 6— 7 6 10W — Mike Hardin, 4 IP (6 H, 4 ER, 8 BB, 8 SO); L — J. Stewart, 1 2/3 IP (H, 5 ER, 8 BB, 5 SO). Batting — Osan: Bryce Neuse 2-3 (3B, 4 RBI). SAHS: Isaac Rodriguez 2-3 (2 2B, 3 RBI).

Osan 12, Daegu 5 (6, time limit) Saturday at Camp HenryDaegu 001 301— 5 4 2Osan 121 332—12 11 4W — Wesley Hardin, 6 IP (4 H, 4 ER, 5 BB, 6 SO); L — S. White, 3 IP (6 H, 4 ER, BB, 2 SO). Batting — Osan: Ace Yazzie 2-2 (2 2B, 4 RBI); Jack Rezendes 2-3 (2 RBI).

OkinawaUruma Higashi 6, Kubasaki 3 Saturday at Camp FosterUruma 220 020 0—6 6 2Kubasaki000 101 1—3 4 4L — P.J. Washam, 7 IP (6 H, 3 ER, 2 BB, 4 SO). Batting — Kubasaki: Kristian Palmer (2 RBI).

Uruma Higashi 11, Kubasaki 10 Saturday at Camp FosterUruma 308 000 0—11 8 4Kubasaki002 035 0—10 7 5L — Kristian Palmer, 2 1/3 IP (5 H, 7 ER, 4 BB). Batting — Kubasaki: Mark Ebarle 2-3 (3B, 4 RBI); Hunter Chipman (3B, 2 RBI).

JapanDODDS Japan Tournament Saturday at Camp Zama

Matthew C. Perry 5, Zama 5 (5, time limit)Noteworthy — Host Trojans scored four runs in bottom of fifth to prevent the loss. Jake Bayardo scored off a sacrifice bunt by brother Josh Bayardo.

Robert D. Edgren 15, E.J. King 8(4, time limit)W — Terril Carr. L — Bryce Szerlag.

Yokota 15, King 2 W — Sean Caffrey. L — Tyler Hicks.

Perry 8, Edgren 4 W —Austin Macias. L — Isaac Victorino.

Zama 5, Kinnick 3 W — Jaron Brown. L — Chris Deibel.

Softball JapanDODDS Japan Tournament Saturday at Yokota Air Base

Zama 8, Perry 2 (4, time limit)Zama104 3—8MCP 020 0—2W — Kimani Ferguson. L — Heidi Thomas.

Edgren 10, Kinnick 4 (3, time limit)Kinnick 220— 4Edgren 28x—10W — Madison Albert. L — Kayla Germany.

Edgren 5, King 2 (3, time limit)EJK 020—2Edgren311—5W — Madison Albert. L — Shiona Lonesky.

Kinnick 9, Perry 7 (2, time limit)MCP 52—7Kinnick36—9W — Antonia Lyons. L — Heidi Thomas.

Zama 12, King 2 (3, time limit)Zama 237—12EJK 200— 2W — Heather Hurley. L — Jaenalyn Laurente.

Yokota 24, King 4 (2, time limit)Yokota(14)(10)—24EJK 40— 4W — Anycia Torres. L — A. Horton.

Edgren 9, Perry 7 (3, time limit)MCP 700—7Edgren 36x—9W — Raeven Moore. L — Heidi Thomas.

Yokota 13, Kinnick 5 (2, time limit)Yokota 94—13Kinnick05— 5W — Anycia Torres. L — Madison Battle.

South KoreaOsan 9, Seoul American 5 (5, time limit) Saturday at Camp HenryOsan 220 14—9SAHS 122 00—5

Seoul American 20, Daegu 4(5, time limit) Saturday at Camp HenrySAHS 453 80—20Daegu 200 11— 4W — Jihye Rhodes, (2 H, 2 BB, 11 SO). Batting — SAHS: Jihye Rhodes 3-3 (HR, 2 RBI, 3 SB); Harmony Roberts 2-2 (3B, 2 SB); Jeanne Meneses 2-2, (4 SB).

Soccer Boys South KoreaHumphreys 2, Daegu 1 Saturday at Camp WalkerHalftime — HHS 1-0. Goals — HHS: Brice Bulotovich (6), Jarrek Cruz (4); Daegu: Carlo Bonifacio (2). Assists — HHS: Ryo Elliot, Osie Cruz.

JapanPerry 2, Zama 0 Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniHalftime — 0-0. Goals — MCP: Aidan Lewis 2 (8). Assists — MCP: Justin Hill 2, Vince Ermitano.

Yokota 5, Edgren 2 Saturday at Misawa Air BaseHalftime — 1-1. Goals — Yokota: John Crate (10), Anthony Gutierrez (4), Ray Hernandez (3), Josh Hambrick (1), Jack Liddle (1); Edgren: Corey Mathews (3), Jojo Njorge (2). Assists — Yokota: Keanu McElroy 2, Justin Pho, Gutierrez; Edgren: Nick Cunniff, Isaiah Guidry.

King 1, Kinnick 0 Saturday at Sasebo Naval BaseHalftime — 1-0. Goal — EJK: Thomas McGrath (4).

Girls South KoreaHumphreys 2, Daegu 1 Saturday at Camp WalkerHalftime — 2-1. Goals — HHS: Kaylee Spielman (7), Sharon Murphy (2); Daegu: Leisel Mendenhall (5).

OkinawaKubasaki 2, Maehara 0 Saturday at Camp FosterHalftime — 2-0. Goals — Kubasaki: Marissa Mesquita (13), Alianna Rentas (2). Assists — Kubasaki: Charlee Bodwell, Ami Eldridge.

Kadena 5, Oroku 1 Saturday at Kadena Air BaseHalftime — 2-0. Goals — Kadena: Shani Summers (10), Adri Gomez (7), Ally Strauss (5), Pam Barrett (2), Jessica Ma (1). Assists — Kadena: Ma 2, Summers.

GuamGuam 2, George Washington 1 Saturday at Agana HeightsHalftime — 1-1. Goals — GHS: Clarissa Albalos (2), Meagan Guerrero (2); GW: Coco Quinata. Assists — GHS: Guerrero, Anna Armel.

JapanYokota 2, Edgren 1 Saturday at Misawa Air BaseHalftime — 1-1. Goals — Yokota: London Jackson (6), Rachael Phillips (1); Edgren: Kalean Middleton (1). Assist — Edgren: Elizabeth Long.

Kinnick 11, King 0 Saturday at Sasebo Naval BaseHalftime — 5-0. Goals — Kinnick: Alyssa Leal 3 (9), Kiralyn Kawachi 2 (14), Lexia Hall 2 (3), Katrina Reid (9), Haley Mitchell (3), Athena Peerson (3), own goal. Assists — Kinnick: Kawachi 4, Mitchell 2, Hall, Hope McDonald, Maggie Arnold.

Perry 1, Zama 0 Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniHalftime — 0-0. Goal — MCP: Bobbi Hill (7).

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