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Yokota senior left-hander Anysia Torres takes her cuts against Edgren during Saturday's twin bill at Misawa Air Base. The Panthers won three of four games from the Eagles over the weekend, sweeping a doubleheader on Friday and splitting the two games on Saturday.

Yokota senior left-hander Anysia Torres takes her cuts against Edgren during Saturday's twin bill at Misawa Air Base. The Panthers won three of four games from the Eagles over the weekend, sweeping a doubleheader on Friday and splitting the two games on Saturday. (Coko Magby/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Yokota senior left-hander Anysia Torres takes her cuts against Edgren during Saturday's twin bill at Misawa Air Base. The Panthers won three of four games from the Eagles over the weekend, sweeping a doubleheader on Friday and splitting the two games on Saturday.

Yokota senior left-hander Anysia Torres takes her cuts against Edgren during Saturday's twin bill at Misawa Air Base. The Panthers won three of four games from the Eagles over the weekend, sweeping a doubleheader on Friday and splitting the two games on Saturday. (Coko Magby/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Yokota right-hander Sean Caffrey delivers against Edgren during Saturday's twin bill at Misawa Air Base. The Panthers won the weekend, beating the host Eagles 17-6 and 19-1 on Saturday, and 28-0 on Friday.

Yokota right-hander Sean Caffrey delivers against Edgren during Saturday's twin bill at Misawa Air Base. The Panthers won the weekend, beating the host Eagles 17-6 and 19-1 on Saturday, and 28-0 on Friday. (Coko Magby/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Yokota junior Taylor Barnes takes his cuts against Edgren during Saturday's twin bill at Misawa Air Base. The Panthers won the weekend, beating the host Eagles 17-6 and 19-1 on Saturday, and 28-0 on Friday.

Yokota junior Taylor Barnes takes his cuts against Edgren during Saturday's twin bill at Misawa Air Base. The Panthers won the weekend, beating the host Eagles 17-6 and 19-1 on Saturday, and 28-0 on Friday. (Coko Magby/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Kaelyn Francis steams toward the finish of the 200-meter dash during Saturday's Okinawa track and field meet at Kadena. Francis won with a time of 26.94 seconds.

Kubasaki's Kaelyn Francis steams toward the finish of the 200-meter dash during Saturday's Okinawa track and field meet at Kadena. Francis won with a time of 26.94 seconds. (Miranda Fino/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Alanna Stein clears the high jump bar during Saturday's Okinawa track and field meet at Kadena. Stein won the event for the second straight week, this time with a height of 4 feet, 10 inches.

Kubasaki's Alanna Stein clears the high jump bar during Saturday's Okinawa track and field meet at Kadena. Stein won the event for the second straight week, this time with a height of 4 feet, 10 inches. (Miranda Fino/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kinnick senior Jabari Johnson crosses the line first to win the 400-meter dash during Saturday's Kanto/DODEA-Japan track and field meet at Zama. Johnson also won the 200 and anchored Kinnick to victory in the 1,600-meter relay and the Red Devils took first in the team standings for the third straight week.

Kinnick senior Jabari Johnson crosses the line first to win the 400-meter dash during Saturday's Kanto/DODEA-Japan track and field meet at Zama. Johnson also won the 200 and anchored Kinnick to victory in the 1,600-meter relay and the Red Devils took first in the team standings for the third straight week. (Richard L. Rodgers/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Yokota senior Daniel Galvin crosses the finish line first in the 1,600-meter relay during Saturday's Kanto/DODEA-Japan track and field meet at Zama. Galvin also won the 800, in which he holds the northwest Pacific record, and the 1,600.

Yokota senior Daniel Galvin crosses the finish line first in the 1,600-meter relay during Saturday's Kanto/DODEA-Japan track and field meet at Zama. Galvin also won the 800, in which he holds the northwest Pacific record, and the 1,600. (Richard L. Rodgers/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kinnick senior Aya Stewart crosses the finish line to win the 200-meter dash during Saturday's Kanto/DODEA-Japan track and field meet at Zama. Stewart won the 100, 200 and 400 and the Red Devils took first in the team standings for the third straight week.

Kinnick senior Aya Stewart crosses the finish line to win the 200-meter dash during Saturday's Kanto/DODEA-Japan track and field meet at Zama. Stewart won the 100, 200 and 400 and the Red Devils took first in the team standings for the third straight week. (Richard L. Rodgers/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Sierra Fitzgerald leads the pack to the finish of the girls 3,200 during Saturday's Okinawa track and field meet. Fitzgerald won in 12 minutes, 42.88 seconds.

Kadena's Sierra Fitzgerald leads the pack to the finish of the girls 3,200 during Saturday's Okinawa track and field meet. Fitzgerald won in 12 minutes, 42.88 seconds. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Mahlik Francis and Takao Elliot dash side-by-side toward the finish of the boys 100 during Saturday's Okinawa track and field meet. Francis edged Elliot 11.55 seconds to 11.62 seconds; Elliot would later win the 200 in 24.24 seconds.

Kubasaki's Mahlik Francis and Takao Elliot dash side-by-side toward the finish of the boys 100 during Saturday's Okinawa track and field meet. Francis edged Elliot 11.55 seconds to 11.62 seconds; Elliot would later win the 200 in 24.24 seconds. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kuibasaki's Kaelyn Francis leads the pack toward the finsh of the girls 100-meter dash during Saturday's Okinawa track and field meet. Francis won in 12.57 seconds.

Kuibasaki's Kaelyn Francis leads the pack toward the finsh of the girls 100-meter dash during Saturday's Okinawa track and field meet. Francis won in 12.57 seconds. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Devin Ross clears a hurdle in the boys 110-meter hurdles race during Saturday's Okinawa track and field meet. Ross won in 16.61 seconds.

Kadena's Devin Ross clears a hurdle in the boys 110-meter hurdles race during Saturday's Okinawa track and field meet. Ross won in 16.61 seconds. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Tiarrah Edwards clears a hurdle in the 100-meter hurdles race during Saturday's Okinawa track and field meet. Edwards won with a time of 16.37 seconds.

Kadena's Tiarrah Edwards clears a hurdle in the 100-meter hurdles race during Saturday's Okinawa track and field meet. Edwards won with a time of 16.37 seconds. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Donte Savoy clears the bar in the high jump during Saturday's Okinawa track and field meet. Savoy won for the second straight week at a height of 6 feet.

Kadena's Donte Savoy clears the bar in the high jump during Saturday's Okinawa track and field meet. Savoy won for the second straight week at a height of 6 feet. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Myca Ingram tries to outrace a Maehara defender to the ball during Saturday's girls soccer match, won by the Dragons 5-0.

Kubasaki's Myca Ingram tries to outrace a Maehara defender to the ball during Saturday's girls soccer match, won by the Dragons 5-0. (Lorenzo Williams/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Kelsey Spangenberger battles a Maehara defender for the ball during Saturday's girls soccer match, won by the Dragons 5-0.

Kubasaki's Kelsey Spangenberger battles a Maehara defender for the ball during Saturday's girls soccer match, won by the Dragons 5-0. (Lorenzo Williams/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Alexis Townsend sends a shot goalward past a Maehara defender during Saturday's girls soccer match, won by the Dragons 5-0. Townsend scored a second-half hat trick.

Kubasaki's Alexis Townsend sends a shot goalward past a Maehara defender during Saturday's girls soccer match, won by the Dragons 5-0. Townsend scored a second-half hat trick. (Lorenzo Williams/Special to Stars and Stripes)

High school

Track and field OkinawaSaturday at Kadena Air Base (distances in meters; field results in feet and inches)Boys Shot put — Ethan Stewart, Kadena, 40 feet, 11 inches; Discus — Siulagisipai Fuimaono, Kadena, 108-2½; High jump — Donte Savoy, Kadena, 6-0; Long jump — Shawn Monroe, Okinawa Christian, 20-3½; 100 — Mahlik Francis, Kubasaki, 11.55 seconds; 110 hurdles — Devin Ross, Kadena, 16.61; 200 — Jeremiah Steed, Kubasaki, 23.94; 300 hurdles — Ross, 42.79; 400 — Monroe, 51.51; 400 relay — OCSI, 45.36; 800 — Tony Wachura, OCSI, 2 minutes, 4.93 seconds; 1,600 — Johnathon Johnson, Kubasaki, 4:39.36; 1,600 relay — OCSI, 3:35.24; 3,200 — Johnson, 12:46 (hand timed); 3,200 relay — Kubasaki, 8:47.43 (hand timed).Girls Shot put — Alaceceia Peebles, Kadena, 30 feet, 0 inches; Discus — Lauren Erp, Kadena, 86-7; High jump — Alanna Stein, Kubasaki, 4-10; Long jump — Gabriella Provost, Kubasaki, 15-6; 100 — Kaelyn Francis, Kubasaki, 12.57 seconds; 100 hurdles — Tiarrah Edwards, Kadena, 16.37; 200 — Francis, 26.94; 300 hurdles — Edwards, 50.67; 400 — Meredith Howlett, Kubasaki, 1 minute, 6.13 seconds; 400 relay — Kubasaki, 50.87; 800 — Rachel Carson, Kubasaki, 2:38.71; 1,600 — Carson, 5:55.18; 1,600 relay — Kubasaki, 4:45.82; 3,200 — Sierra Fitzgerald, Kadena, 12:42.88; 3,200 relay — Kadena, 10:54.63.

GuamFriday at Dededo (distances in meters)Boys Shot put — Joshua Miller, Okkodo, 12.04 meters; Discus — Tristian Chiguina, Okkod, 31.08; High jump — Daelan Alviz, John F. Kennedy, 1.78; Long jump — Richard Hale III, Okkodo, 6.16; Triple jump — Johnny Quitugua, JFK, 11.99; Javelin — Trip Chauret, Guam, 38.59; 100 — Matthew Wong, Tiyan, 11.4 seconds; 110 hurdles — Quitugua, 15.66; 200 — Norbin Tiru, George Washington, 23.15; 300 hurdles — Quitugua, 43.34; 400 — Hale III, Okkodo, 55.18; 400 relay — Guam, 45.89; 800 — Ventura, 2 minutes, 11.03 seconds; 1,500 — Isaac Ventura, Guam High, 4:04.14; 1,600 relay — Okkodo, 3:49.85; 3,000 — Ventura, 9:57.55.Girls Discus — Alexus Davis, Guam, 8.02 meters; Discus — Elizabeth Flisco, GW, 23.00; High jump — Lauren Cline, Guam, 1.32; Long jump — Roey Panganiban, Okkodo, 4.45; Triple jump — Regine Tugade, JFK, 9.46; Javelin — Madine San Nicolas, Simon Sanchez, 23.00; 100 — Tugade, 12.47; 100 hurdles — Maurine Delapaz, Okkodo, 18.76; 200 — Tugade, 26.28; 300 hurdles — Britney Bailey, Guam, 51.02; 400 — Celine Amparo, Okkodo, 1 minute, 1.78 seconds; 400 relay — Okkodo, 53.92; 800 — Emma Sheedy, Guam, 2:33.73; 1,500 — Sheedy, 5:20.95; 1,600 — JFK, 4:28.19; 3,000 — Alyssa Tatum, Guam, 11:53.50.

JapanSaturday at Camp Zama (distances in meters)Boys Kinnick 22, Yokota 3, Edgren 3, Zama 3 Shot put — Alec Austin, Kinnick, 12.43 meters; Discus — Austin, 40.06; High jump — Lavance Rolland, Kinnick, 1.79; Long jump — Kevin Groce, Zama, 5.92; 100 — Chauncey Jamerson, Kinnick, 110 hurdles — Nick Galegher, Kinnick, 17.06; 11.73 seconds; 200 — Jabari Johnson, Kinnick, 22.18; 300 hurdles — Galegher, 43.96; 400 — Johnson, 50.42; 400 relay — Kinnick, 46.67; 800 — Daniel Galvin, Yokota, 1 minute, 57.84 seconds; 1,600 — Galvin, 4:24.67; 1,600 relay — Kinnick, 3:34.28; 3,200 — Jerry Lotz, Kinnick, 10:36.22; 3,200 relay — Kinnick, 8:59.90.Girls Kinnick 25, Edgren 13, Zama 11, Yokota 4 Shot put — Jade McGinnis, Kinnick, 8.36 meters; Discus — Amanda Davis, Zama, 24.51; High jump — Exotica Hall, Kinnick, 1.57; Long jump — Davis, 4.50; 100 — Aya Stewart, Kinnick, 13.29 seconds; 100 hurdles — Nyah Kidd, Kinnick, 18.18; 200 — Stewart, 27.87; 300 hurdles — Kaliah Henderson, Yokota, 51.66; 400 — Stewart, 1 minute, 1.98 seconds; 400 relay — Yokota, 54.36; 800 — Arlene Avalos, Kinnick, 2:33.55; 1,600 — Avalos, 5:30.02; 1,600 relay — Zama, 4:30.35; 3,200 — Avalos, 12:18.70; 3,200 relay — Zama, 12:22.64.

Baseball South KoreaSeoul American 9, Osan 0 (time limit) Saturday at Osan Air BaseSAHS 601 11 — 9 6 0Osan 000 00 — 0 2 1W — Evan Bell 5 IP (3 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 11 SO); L — Gregory Yi 2 IP (3 H, 6 ER, 6 BB, 3 SO). Batting — Falcons: Bell 2-3 (2 SB), Jesse Park (2 RBI, 2 SB).Osan 14, Daegu 7 Saturday at Osan Air BaseDaegu 421 00 — 7 8 3Osan 552 2x — 14 11 2W — Aaron Misner 5 IP (8 H, 6 ER, 2 BB, 9 SO); L — Tyler Pak 3 IP (10 H, 10 ER, 2 BB, 2 SO). Batting — Cougars: Darron Miller 3-3, Misner 2-3, Iesah Yazzie 3-3, Brandon Perez 2-2.

OkinawaKubasaki 8, Naha Diamond BBC 7 (9) Saturday at Camp FosterNaha BBC 101 050 000 — 7 9 2Kubasaki 205 000 001x — 8 12 5W — Hunter Chipman 3 IP (3 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 4 SO). Batting — Dragons: Jon Palmer 2-4 (2 SB), Chipman 2-3, Will Temple 3-5 (2B), Kristian Palmer 2-3 (2B, HR, 4 RBI).Naha Diamond BBC 7, Kubasaki 5 Saturday at Camp FosterNaha BBC 150 000 1 — 7 8 1Kubasaki 000 110 3 — 5 7 4L — Jon Palmer 7 IP (8 H, 5 ER, 4 BB, 2 SO). Batting — Dragons: Chipman 2-4 (2 SB), Kristian Palmer 2-4 (2 HR, 4 RBI).

JapanYokota 17, Edgren 6 (run rule) Saturday at Misawa Air BaseEdgren 231 00 — 6 7 3Yokota 41(11) 1x — 17 16 1W — Renyck Robertson 1/3 IP (0 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 1 SO); L — Noah Rameriz 2 1/3 IP (8 H, 8 ER, 5 BB, 2 SO). Batting — Panthers: Troy Barnes 2-4, Andrew Molzhon 2-3, Brian Palmer 2-2 (2 SB), Robertson 2-3, T.J. Reney 2-2 (2B, 3B, 2 RBI), Jacob Mansberger 2-3 (2 RBI); Eagles: Christian Enyeart 2-3 (2 2B), Patrick Sledge 2-3, Reese Franklin 2-3 (3B).Yokota 19, Edgren 1 (run rule) Saturday at Misawa Air BaseYokota (10)72 — 19 13 1Edgren 001 — 1 1 8W — Sean Caffrey 3 IP (1 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 2 SO); L — Enyeart 1 1/3 IP (12 H, 9 ER, 3 BB, 1 SO). Batting — Panthers: Easton Gladue 2-3, Mansberger 3-4 (2 RBI), Woody Woodruff 2-2 (2 2B, 3 RBI, 2 SB), Shota Sprunger 3-3 (2B, 4 RBI).Kinnick 12, Perry 7 (time limit) Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniKinnick 124 32 — 12Perry 000 16 — 7L — Garrett Macias 3 IP (5 H, 5 BB, 4 SO). Batting — Red Devils: Kacey Walker 3-3 (2 2B, HR, 6 RBI).

Softball South KoreaSeoul American 29, Osan 7 (run rule) Saturday at Osan Air Base SAHS 041 5(19) — 29 18 1Osan 100 24 — 7 6 3W — Alexis Harrod 3 IP (2 H, 1 ER, 3 BB, 4 SO); L — Andreia Ignacio 5 IP (14 H, 21 ER, 14 BB, 5 SO). Batting — Falcons: Faith Stehle 5-6 (2 2B, 3 RBI, 3 SB), Harrod 3-4 (HR, 3 RBI, 2 SB), Krista Bradley 3-4 (2B, 3 RBI); Cougars: Ignacio 2-3 (2 SB).Daegu 8, Osan 7 (time limit) Saturday at Osan Air BaseDaegu 340 001 — 8 4 3Osan 130 210 — 7 2 4 W — AnaMalae Tia 5 2/3 IP (2 H, 4 ER, 4 BB, 13 SO); Sv — Lymari Feliu 1/3 IP (0 H, 1 ER, 3 BB, 1 SO); L — Aly Eitland 1 2/3 IP (1 H, 4 ER, 5 BB, 2 SO). Batting — Warriors: Tia 3-4 (2B, HR, 4 RBI).

JapanYokota 15, Edgren 14 Saturday at Misawa Air BaseYokota 101 140 8 — 15 13 4Edgren 210 542 0 — 14 13 5W — Anysia Torres 7 IP (13 H, 6 ER, 2 BB, 3 SO); L — Brittany Crown 7 IP (13 H, 6 ER, 0 BB, 15 SO). Batting — Panthers: Sophie Yates 2-5 (2 RBI), Kaia Austin 3-5 (2 2B, 3B, 5 RBI), Ella Riley 2-5 (2B), Torres 2-4; Eagles — Alicia Paul 3-5, Stephanie Provencio 2-5, Crown 2-4 (2B, 3 RBI), Madison Albert (3 RBI).Edgren 14, Yokota 9 Saturday at Misawa Air BaseEdgren 201 161 3 — 14 8 6Yokota 311 202 0 — 9 12 5W — Albert 7 IP (12 H, 7 ER, 1 BB, 10 SO); L — Katie Lambie 7 IP (8 H, 13 ER, 15 BB, 5 SO). Batting — Eagles: Sabrina Doria 2-4 (2B), Paul 3-4 (3B); Panthers: Sally Lambie 2-4, Austin 4-4 (2B, 3B, 2 RBI), Sidney McDonough 2-4, Riley 2-4.

Soccer BoysKubasaki 7, St. Maur 0 Saturday at Yokota Air BaseHalftime — 4-0. Goals — Dragons: Miles Mahlock 2 (12), Imani Washington 2 (8), Ryo Elliot (3), Joshua Swen (2), Will Wagner (1). Assists — Dragons: Washington 3, Mahlock 2, Joseph Wagner.Kubasaki 2, Yokota 0 Saturday at Yokota Air BaseHalftime — 0-0. Goals — Dragons: Mahlock (13), Washington (9).

South KoreaOsan 3, Daegu 2 Saturday at Osan Air BaseHalftime — Cougars 2-0. Goals — Cougars: Tim Davis (5), Tyler Smith (4), Min Sung Kim (1); Warriors: Mitchel Champaco (5), Chaz Gomes (1). Assists — Warriors: Ken Musselwhite Jr.; Cougars: Josue Gonzales.Yongsan 6, Humphreys 0 Saturday at Camp HumphreysHalftime — 4-0.

JapanKinnick 5, King 0 Saturday at Sasebo Naval BaseHalftime — 4-0. Goals — Red Devils: Bryan Wolf 3 (11), Scott Flowe (4), Daniel Moran (3). Assists — Red Devils: Brandon Kong 2, Deams Fitzgerald, Hyuga Kemp. Saves — Red Devils: Jazel Mendoza 3.St. Maur 4, Edgren 1 Saturday at Yokota Air BaseHalftime — Cougars 1-0. Goal — Eagles: Isaiah Guidry (1). Assist — Eagles: Garrett Hovenkotter.Yokota 6, Edgren 1 Saturday at Yokota Air BaseHalftime — 3-0. Goals — Panthers: Keanu McElroy 2 (9), Dylan Grimes 2 (5), Max McKim (3), Danny Cordoba (2); Eagles: Isaiah Robinson (4). Assists — Panthers: Dakota Peltzer 2, Connor Standbridge, Brad Juntunen, Matt Rivera; Eagles: Garrett Hovenkotter.

Girls South KoreaOsan 8, Daegu 0 Saturday at Osan Air BaseHalftime — 8-0. Goals — Cougars: Andrea Carandang 3 (13), Elizabeth White (3), Sara Sigler (2), Grayce Woods (2), Madison Frazier (2), Sara Mason (1).Yongsan 2, Humphreys 0 Saturday at Camp HumphreysHalftime — 1-0. Goals — Guardians: Suzy Kim 2 (2).

OkinawaKubasaki 5, Maehara 0 Saturday at MaeharaHalftime — 0-0. Goals — Dragons: Alexis Townsend 3 (6), Myca Ingram 2 (12). Assists — Dragons: Talea Wilcox 2, Ingram 2, Hannah Ervasti.

JapanKinnick 8, King 0 Saturday at Sasebo Naval BaseHalftime — 4-0. Goals — Red Devils: Kiralyn Kawachi 2 (12), Athena Peerson 2 (9), Ella Eisenstaedt 2 (4), Juleesa Taylor (5), Abigale Perryman (3). Assists — Red Devils: Kawachi 2, Sienna Ochoa 2, Eisenstaedt, Hannah Quejada.Perry 2, Zama 1 Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniHalftime — 1-1. Goals — Samurai: Naomi Ziola 2 (12); Trojans: Rachel Norton (20). Assists — Samurai: Bobbi Hill; Trojans: Loea Richardson. Noteworthy - First loss of the season for the Trojans.Yokota 3, Edgren 0 Saturday at Yokota Air BaseHalftime — 0-0. Goals — Panthers: Jamia Bailey 3 (8). Assists — Panthers: Regina Dukat, Julianne Afable, Heather Adams.Edgren 0, St. Maur 0 Saturday at Yokota Air Base


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