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Daegu's Rose O'Houlahan, with ball, is sandwiched by Taejon Christian International defenders Jeehye Lee and Yealin Lim as Daegu teammate Laura Lee looks to help during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division high school girls soccer match at Camp Walker, South Korea. The Dragons shut out the Warriors 3-0.

Daegu's Rose O'Houlahan, with ball, is sandwiched by Taejon Christian International defenders Jeehye Lee and Yealin Lim as Daegu teammate Laura Lee looks to help during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division high school girls soccer match at Camp Walker, South Korea. The Dragons shut out the Warriors 3-0. (Mylissa Maclin/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Rose O'Houlahan, with ball, is sandwiched by Taejon Christian International defenders Jeehye Lee and Yealin Lim as Daegu teammate Laura Lee looks to help during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division high school girls soccer match at Camp Walker, South Korea. The Dragons shut out the Warriors 3-0.

Daegu's Rose O'Houlahan, with ball, is sandwiched by Taejon Christian International defenders Jeehye Lee and Yealin Lim as Daegu teammate Laura Lee looks to help during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division high school girls soccer match at Camp Walker, South Korea. The Dragons shut out the Warriors 3-0. (Mylissa Maclin/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Sarah Spavins and Taejon Christian International's Gentry Miller scrum for the ball during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division high school girls soccer match at Camp Walker, South Korea. Miller scored all three goals as the Dragons shut out the Warriors 3-0.

Daegu's Sarah Spavins and Taejon Christian International's Gentry Miller scrum for the ball during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division high school girls soccer match at Camp Walker, South Korea. Miller scored all three goals as the Dragons shut out the Warriors 3-0. (Krysta Brun/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Basketball2014 March Madness Pacific Regional Basketball Tournament Tuesday at Andersen Air Force Base, GuamMen Dilliman College 97, Saipan Rebels 75 Andersen Air Force Base 2 108, Saipan Rollers 49 Tamuning Typhoons 121, Saipan Rollers 39 Andersen Island Rainmen 138, Saipan Rebels 40Women Dr. Ha Toothe Fairies 63, Andersen Air Force Base 38 Camp Humphreys 117, Team Fuetsa 31

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Baseball OkinawaKadena 3, Kubasaki 1 Wednesday at Kadena Air BaseKubasaki 000 001 0—1 5 3Kadena 010 011 x—3 2 1W — Devin Shea, 5 IP (2 H, 0 R, 0 ER, BB, 3 SO); L — Tommy Warren, 4 IP (2 H, 2 R, 0 ER, BB, 8 SO). Saves — Justin Sego, 2 IP (3 H, R, 0 ER, BB, 5 SO). Battting — Kadena: Cody Prince 3 SB; Kubasaki: Marc Ebarle 2-for-3.

Softball South KoreaOsan American 6, Humphreys 1 Wednesday at Camp HumphreysOsan 020 202—6HHS 000 010—1W — C.C. Farias, 15 SO.

Soccer Boys South KoreaYongsan International-Seoul 9, Osan 1 Wednesday at Osan Air BaseHalftime—YIS-S 3-0. Goals—YIS-S: Antonio Oh 3, Doyung Choi 3, Jared Swanson, Thomas Kim, Jun Lee; Osan: Nick Strunk (1).

Seoul Foreign 8, Humphreys 1 Wednesday at Camp HumphreysHalftime — SFS 5-1. Goals — SFS: Eugene Bang 3 (7), Hans Lee 2 (5), Kai Summers (9), Francesco Luraschi (8), Huchan Lee (5); HHS: Jackson Hopkins (1). Assists — SFS: Hans Lee; HHS: Osie Cruz.

Taejon Christian International 7, Daegu 0 Wednesday at Camp WalkerHalftime — TCIS 3-0. Goals — TCIS: J.J. Lee 2 (2), John Song (3), Korte Zickefoose (2), David Choi (1), James Redfern (1), Eddie Kim (1). Assists — TCIS: Jin Choi.

Gyeonggi Suwon International 6, Asia-Pacific International 1 Wednesday at SeoulHalftime — 2-0. Goals — GSIS: Jacob Son 4 (8), David Kim (2), Ethan Kim (1).

Girls South KoreaYongsan 5, Osan 1 Wednesday at Osan Air BaseHalftime — YIS-S 3-1. Goals — YIS-S: Hedvig Holmberg 3 (8), June Sohn 2 (14); Osan: Andrea Carandang (6). Assists — YIS-S: Hedvig Holmberg, June Sohn, Kyla Swanson, Jenny Lee; Osan: Evie Garrido.

Seoul Foreign 8, Humphreys 0 Wednesday at Camp HumphreysHalftime — SFS 6-0. Goals — SFS: Michelle Richardson 2 (15), Jiwon Shin 2 (7), Nina Bernhardt (4), Skye Chung (3), Su Jean Park (1), Seinna Park (1). Assists — SFS: Su Jean Park 2, Nina Bernhardt.

Taejon Christian 3, Daegu 0 Wednesday at Camp WalkerHalftime — TCIS 1-0. Goals — TCIS: Gentry Miller 3 (3). Assists — TCIS: Ilayda Karagol, Susan Yi.

OkinawaKubasaki 1, Kadena 0 Wednesday at Camp FosterHalftime — 0-0. Goal — Kubasaki: Sydney Johnson (5). Noteworthy — Dragons’ goal came in the 73rd minute on a free kick. JV goalkeeper Kelliana Rios, pressed into starting duty to replace Harleigh Lewis, who had been red-carded in her previous match, made 12 saves for the clean sheet. Dragons lead season series with Panthers 1-0.

Nile C. Kinnick 3, American School In Japan 1 Wednesday at Yokosuka Naval BaseHalftime — Kinnick 2-0. Goals — Kinnick: Kaile Johnson (13), Athena Pearson (3), Alyssa Leal (3); ASIJ: Joey Yamada (2). Assists — Kinnick: Johnson, Courtney Bacon.

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