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Kubasaki's Jared Rosario blasts out of the right-side bunker on the 345-yard, par-4 15th hole during Wednesday's first round of the Okinawa district golf finals on the 6,714-yard, par-72 Banyan Tree Golf Course on Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Rosario carded a 105, good for fifth place; the second and final round is scheduled for Friday at Taiyo Golf Course in Gushikawa.

Kubasaki's Jared Rosario blasts out of the right-side bunker on the 345-yard, par-4 15th hole during Wednesday's first round of the Okinawa district golf finals on the 6,714-yard, par-72 Banyan Tree Golf Course on Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Rosario carded a 105, good for fifth place; the second and final round is scheduled for Friday at Taiyo Golf Course in Gushikawa. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Jared Rosario blasts out of the right-side bunker on the 345-yard, par-4 15th hole during Wednesday's first round of the Okinawa district golf finals on the 6,714-yard, par-72 Banyan Tree Golf Course on Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Rosario carded a 105, good for fifth place; the second and final round is scheduled for Friday at Taiyo Golf Course in Gushikawa.

Kubasaki's Jared Rosario blasts out of the right-side bunker on the 345-yard, par-4 15th hole during Wednesday's first round of the Okinawa district golf finals on the 6,714-yard, par-72 Banyan Tree Golf Course on Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Rosario carded a 105, good for fifth place; the second and final round is scheduled for Friday at Taiyo Golf Course in Gushikawa. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Matthew Duffy tees off on the 456-yard, par-4 11th hole during Wednesday's first round of the Okinawa district golf finals on the 6,714-yard, par-72 Banyan Tree Golf Course on Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Duffy shot an 87 to lead after one round; the second and final round is scheduled for Friday at Taiyo Golf Course in Gushikawa.

Kubasaki's Matthew Duffy tees off on the 456-yard, par-4 11th hole during Wednesday's first round of the Okinawa district golf finals on the 6,714-yard, par-72 Banyan Tree Golf Course on Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Duffy shot an 87 to lead after one round; the second and final round is scheduled for Friday at Taiyo Golf Course in Gushikawa. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Dwarfed by pine trees on the right side of the fairway, Kadena's Nurie Howell hits an approach shot on the 456-yard, par-4 11th hole during Wednesday's first round of the Okinawa district golf finals on the 6,714-yard, par-72 Banyan Tree Golf Course on Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Howell carded a 113; the second and final round is scheduled for Friday at Taiyo Golf Course in Gushikawa.

Dwarfed by pine trees on the right side of the fairway, Kadena's Nurie Howell hits an approach shot on the 456-yard, par-4 11th hole during Wednesday's first round of the Okinawa district golf finals on the 6,714-yard, par-72 Banyan Tree Golf Course on Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Howell carded a 113; the second and final round is scheduled for Friday at Taiyo Golf Course in Gushikawa. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Seoul American Falcons players mob David Neaverth after he scored the match-winning goal on a penalty kick in stoppage time during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division high school boys soccer match at Yongsan Garrison, South Korea. The Falcons won 3-2 and split the season series with the Crusaders.

Seoul American Falcons players mob David Neaverth after he scored the match-winning goal on a penalty kick in stoppage time during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division high school boys soccer match at Yongsan Garrison, South Korea. The Falcons won 3-2 and split the season series with the Crusaders. (C.J. Mitchell/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Seoul American's HoKyung Adkins heads the ball in front of Seoul Foreign's Eugene Bang during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division high school boys soccer match at  Yongsan Garrison, South Korea. The Falcons won 3-2 and split the season series with the Crusaders.

Seoul American's HoKyung Adkins heads the ball in front of Seoul Foreign's Eugene Bang during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division high school boys soccer match at Yongsan Garrison, South Korea. The Falcons won 3-2 and split the season series with the Crusaders. (C.J. Mitchell/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Baseball JapanYokota 6, Nile C. Kinnick 3 Wednesday at Yokosuka Naval BaseYokota 000 141 0—6Kinnick 100 101 0—3W — Leo Austin, 7 IP (3 H, 3 R, 8 SO); L — Chris Deibel, 7 IP (8 H, 6 R, 6 SO).Yokota 10, Kinnick 1 Wednesday at Yokosuka Naval BaseYokota 420 22 — 10Kinnick 000 10 — 1W — Clay Brownell, 5 IP (1 R, 6 SO).

Softball South KoreaSeoul American 3, Humphreys 1 Wednesday at Yongsan Garrison HHS 001 00 — 1SAHS 300 0x — 3W — Julia Ring, 5 IP (2 H, 1 R, 0 BB, 11 SO); L — Selene Castro, 4 IP (7 H, 3 R, 4 BB, 8 SO). Batting — SAHS: Jean Meneses 2-3 (3 SB), HHS: Castro 2-3 (HR).

JapanAmerican School In Japan 19, Yokota 4 Tuesday at Yokota Air BaseYokota 200 2 — 4 2 6ASIJ 545 5 — 19 10 0W — Amanda Glasenapp, 4 IP (2 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 9 BB, 10 SO); L — Anysia Torres, 1 IP (3 H, 9 R, 6 ER, 9 BB, 0 SO). Batting — ASIJ: Toriya 2-2 (2 RBI), Glasenapp 2-2 (2 2B); Ella Noll (3 RBI).

Soccer Boys South KoreaSeoul American 3, Seoul Foreign 2 Wednesday at Yongsan GarrisonHalftime — SFS 2-1. Goals — SAHS: HoKyung Adkins (24), Jason Lee (11), David Neaverth (2); SFS: Francesco Louraschi (10), Huchan Lee (4). Assists — SAHS: Neaverth, Ben Mitchell; SFS: Kai Summers. Noteworthy — Falcons rallied from 2-1 halftime deficit, tied it in the 74th on Jason Lee’s goal assisted by David Neaverth, then won it in stoppage time on Neaverth’s penalty kick. Falcons and Crusaders split the season series 1-1; Crusaders still earned top seed into Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division Tournament based on goal differential.Taejon Christian International 1, Yongsan International-Seoul 1 Wednesday at DaejeonHalftime — 1-1. Goals — TCIS: John Hwang (2); YIS-S: Thomas Kim.Seoul International 5, Korea International 1 Wednesday at SeongnamHalftime — 1-1. Goals — SIS: Gary Kim 2 (13), Eric Joo (3), Sangwon Kim (1), Daniel Lee (1). Assists — SIS: Eric Joo 3, David Kim, David Nam.

OkinawaKadena 7, Okinawa Christian International 1 Wednesday at YomitanHalftime — 3-0. Goals — Kadena: Yuji Callahan 2 (16), Jakob Weicht (6), Junta Callahan (4), Kai Heckerman (2), Drew Angoc (1), Kevin Vaden (1). Assists — Kadena: Matt LeMasters 2, Micah Summers, Isaac Bagwell, Weicht.

Girls South KoreaSeoul Foreign 3, Seoul American 2 Wednesday at Yongsan GarrisonHalftime — SFS 2-0. Goals — SFS: Michelle Richardson 3 (25); SAHS: Jessie Gamez (14), Fran Vido (6). Assists — SFS: Nina Bernhardt, Skye Chung; SAHS: Gamez, Haley Weaver.Yongsan International-Seoul 3, Taejon Christian International 0 Wednesday at DaejeonHalftime — 2-0. Goals — YIS-S: Hedvig Holmberg 2 (11), Emily Birmingham (9). Assists — YIS-S: Jenny Lee, Holmberg.

OkinawaKadena 6, Okinawa Christian International 0 Wednesday at Kadena Air BaseHalftime — 5-0. Goals — Kadena: Ally Strauss 2 (6), Kristin Howard 2 (5), Abby O’Neal (1), own goal. Assists — Kadena: Emily Anderson, Shani Summers.

Golf OkinawaOkinawa Athletics & Activities Council District Finals Wednesday at par-72 Banyan Tree Course, Kadena Air BaseWhite tees (6,369 yards) Matthew Duffy, Kubasaki, 42-45 — 87 Nick Ashley, Kubasaki, 49-49 — 98 Eric Heck, Kubasaki, 46-53 — 99 Patrick McNamara, Kadena, 48-53 — 101 Roberto Rodriguez, Kubasaki, 52-52 — 104 Jared Rosario, Kubasaki, 49-56 — 105 Trenton Putt, Kadena, 53-53 — 106 Steven Lewallen, Kubasaki, 54-53 — 107 Sean Unger, Kadena, 53-56 — 109 James Lilly, Kadena, 60-58 — 118Red tees (5,013 yards) Carl Valmonte, Kubasaki, 43-40 — 83 Matt Ashley, Kubasaki, 43-43 — 86 Nurie Howell, Kadena, 55-58 — 113

Boys volleyball GuamSouthern def. Guam 25-18, 19-25, 25-18 Tuesday at Agana Heights

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