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Kinnick's Kacie Walker pitches during the third-place game of the DODEA-Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan Saturday. Walker's Devils would go on to win 4-2.

Kinnick's Kacie Walker pitches during the third-place game of the DODEA-Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan Saturday. Walker's Devils would go on to win 4-2. (James Kimber/Stars and Stripes)

Kinnick's Kacie Walker pitches during the third-place game of the DODEA-Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan Saturday. Walker's Devils would go on to win 4-2.

Kinnick's Kacie Walker pitches during the third-place game of the DODEA-Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan Saturday. Walker's Devils would go on to win 4-2. (James Kimber/Stars and Stripes)

Zama's Keiyl Sasano delivers a pitch during the DODEA-Japan Tournament third place game Saturday at Camp Zama, Japan. Sasano's Trojans finished fourth after a 4-2 loss to Kinnick.

Zama's Keiyl Sasano delivers a pitch during the DODEA-Japan Tournament third place game Saturday at Camp Zama, Japan. Sasano's Trojans finished fourth after a 4-2 loss to Kinnick. (James Kimber/Stars and Stripes)

Kinnick's Ethan Huseman reacts to being called out after Zama's K.J. Cruz stretches for a low throw Saturday during the third place game at the DODEA-Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan. Huseman would end up earning the win on the mound after his team rallied three runs in the final inning to defeat Zama 4-2.

Kinnick's Ethan Huseman reacts to being called out after Zama's K.J. Cruz stretches for a low throw Saturday during the third place game at the DODEA-Japan Tournament at Camp Zama, Japan. Huseman would end up earning the win on the mound after his team rallied three runs in the final inning to defeat Zama 4-2. (James Kimber/Stars and Stripes)

Seoul American right-hander David Messinger delivers against his old team, Daegu, during Saturday's DODEA-Korea baseball game at Victory Field, Camp Henry. Messinger's Falcons won 14-4.

Seoul American right-hander David Messinger delivers against his old team, Daegu, during Saturday's DODEA-Korea baseball game at Victory Field, Camp Henry. Messinger's Falcons won 14-4. (Yenah Joe/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Track and field South KoreaSaturday at Camp Humphreys (fully-automated timed; distances in meters)Boys Seoul American 243, Humphreys 133½, Daegu 82, Seoul Foreign 29 Shot put — Jaylin Barmer, Humphreys, 11.44 meters; Discus — Jimmy Scoggins, Humphreys, 34.92; High jump — Quintin Metcalf, SAHS, 1.76; Long jump — Jarvis Stokes, Daegu, 6.50; 100 — Tim Ward, Humphreys, 11.75 seconds; 110 hurdles — Ward, 17.05; 200 — Myles Haynes, SAHS, 23.71; 300 hurdles — DeAndre Rosalie, Daegu, 42.34; 400 — Eben Shelton, SAHS, 53.95; 400 relay — SAHS, 44.99; 800 — Jack Newton, SAHS, 2 minutes, 10.7 seconds; 1,600 — Brock Avise, SAHS, 4:53.0; 1,600 relay — SAHS, 3:58.3; 3,200 — Paul Slife, SAHS, 10:37.8.Girls Seoul American 244, Seoul Foreign 100½, Humphreys 91, Daegu 33½ Shot put — Ariyana Canty, Daegu, 9.46 meters; Discus — Brionna Gaines, SAHS, 26.34; High jump — Jasmine Kabuasa-McGuire, SAHS, 1.35; Long jump — Alysa Neal, SAHS, 4.87; 100 — Raven Thomas, SAHS, 13.75 seconds; 100 hurdles — Ashley Shirriff, SAHS, 20.36; 200 — Naija Keith, SAHS, 27.16; 300 hurdles — Anabel Medrano, SAHS, time unavailable; 400 — Thomas, 1 minute, 7.3 seconds; 400 relay — SAHS, 52.37; 800 — Jane Anderson, SFS, 2:36.8; 1,600 — Anderson, 5:40.6; 1,600 relay — SAHS, 4:39.3; 3,200 — Anderson, 12:40.8.

OkinawaSaturday at Chatan (fully-automated timed; distances in meters)Boys Kubasaki 130, Kadena 89, Okinawa Christian 57, Zion Christian 18 Shot put — Ethan Stewart, Kadena, 13.35 meters; Discus — James White, Kadena, 37.43; Hugh jump — Donte Savoy, Kadena, 1.72; Long jump — Takao Elliot, Kubasaki, 6.11; 100 — Elliot, 11.93 seconds; 110 hurdles — Elijah Tuck, Kadena, 16.52; 200 — Mahlik Francis, Kubasaki, 24.41; 300 hurdles — Matomo Niwano, OCSI, 44.12; 400 — Shawn Monroe, OCSI, 51.23; 400 relay — OCSI, 45.18; 800 — Johnathon Johnson, Kubasaki, 2 minutes, 5.68 seconds; 1,600 — Aziel Rubero, Kadena, 4:54.58; 1,600 relay — OCSI, 3:37.54; 3,200 — Johnson, 10:48.43; 3,200 relay — OCSI, 8:29.59.Girls Kubasaki 129½, Kadena 79½, Okinawa Christian 23, Zion Christian 21 Shot put — Tiarrah Edwards, Kadena, 9.17 meters; Discus — Dasia Brown, ZCAI, 27.48; High jump — Tia Calvin, OCSI, 1.42; Long jump — Gabriella Provost, Kubasaki, 4.56; 100 — La’Keriya Jackson, Kubasaki, 13.36 seconds; 100 hurdles — Edwards, 16.34; 200 — Jackson, 28.31; 300 hurdles — Edwards, 52.81; 400 — Kaelyn Francis, Kubasaki, 1 minute, 1.68 seconds; 400 relay — Kubasaki, 52.37; 800 — Wren Renquist, Kadena, 2:37.31; 1,600 — Renquist, 5:43.63; 1,600 relay — Kubasaki, 4:31.76; 3,200 — Sierra Fitzgerald, Kadena, 12:33.40; 3,200 relay — OCSI, 11:30.20.

Baseball JapanDODEA-Japan tournament Saturday at Camp ZamaChampionship Yokota 16, Perry 0 (run rule) Perry 000 0 — 0 1 2Yokota 435 4x — 16 10 1W — Marcus Henagan 4 IP (1 H, 0 ER, 7 BB, 4 SO); L — Garrett Macias 1 IP (4 H, 3 ER, 1 BB, 1 SO). Batting — Panthers: Jacob Mansberger 2-2 (2B, 3B, 4 RBI), Henagan 2-3 (3B, 4 RBI), Woody Woodruff 2-2 (2 RBI).Third place Kinnick 4, Zama 2 (time limit) Kinnick 100 03 — 4Zama 101 00 — 2W — Ethan Husmann, L — Keiyl Sasano.Fifth place King 6, Edgren 4 (time limit) Edgren 202 0 — 4King 000 6x — 6W — Bryce Szerlag; L — Christian Enyeart.Awards Most Valuable Player — Woody Woodruff, Yokota.All-Tournament team (as selected by coaches) — Sean Caffrey, Shota Sprunger, Marcus Henagan, Yokota; Austin Macias, Garrett Macias, Billy Eagmin, Perry; Kacey Walker, Jonathan Acosta, Kinnick; Keiyl Sasano, Lawrence Miner, Zama; Ican Encinias, King; Christian Enyeart, Edgren.

American School In Japan 7, St. Mary’s 0 Saturday at TokyoASIJ 401 011 0—7 13 2St. Mary’s 000 000 0—0 2 2W — Kenji Yoshii 5 IP (1 H, 0 BB, 5 SO); L — Toshiki Aburaki 7 IP (13 H, 6 ER, 2 BB, 10 SO). Batting — Mustangs: Max Fu 2-3 (3 RBI, 3 SB), Justin Oshiro 2-4 (2 2B, 2 RBI), Tyler Sapsford 2-3 (2B), Leonard Yang 2-5 (2B).ASIJ 12, St. Mary’s 2 (run rule) Saturday at TokyoASIJ 106 05—12 11 1St. Mary’s 200 00— 2 8 0W — Sapsford 3 IP (4 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 3 SO); L — Taisei Kitahara 4 2/3 IP (10 H, 11 ER, 7 BB, 4 SO). Batting — Mustangs: Yang (3 RBI); Sapsford 2-3 (2 SB), Ryan Vo 2-3 (2B, 3 RBI), Kenny Rosenfeld 2-4 (2B, 4 RBI), Kenichiro Bernier 2-2; Titans: Aburaki 2-3.

Softball South KoreaSeoul American 15, Daegu 1 (time limit) Saturday at Camp HenryDaegu 010 0 — 1SAHS 080 7 — 15W — Alexis Harrod 4 IP (3 H, 5 BB, 4 SO).Seoul American 5, Daegu 4 (time limit) Saturday at Camp HenryDaegu 001 03 — 4SAHS 020 30 — 5W — Harrod 5 IP (5 H, 6 BB, 10 SO); L — AnaMalae Tia 5 IP (4 H, 4 BB, 7 SO).Seoul American 9, Osan 5 (time limit) Saturday at Camp HenrySAHS 112 5 — 9Osan 013 1 — 5W — Harrod 4 IP (6 H, 3 BB, 4 SO).

JapanDODEA-Japan tournament Saturday at Yokota Air BaseChampionship Yokota 13, Zama 3 (run rule) Zama 300 00 — 3Yokota 150 07x — 13W — Anysia Torres 5 IP (6 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 3 SO); L — Heather Hurley 4 (1/3 IP, 10 H, 3 ER, 3 BB, 0 SO). Batting — Panthers: Sally Lambie 3-3, Madison Hyde 2-4 (5 RBI, 2 SB), Katie Lambie (2 RBI); Trojans: T. Davis 2-3, Ally Chiarenza 2-3 (2 SB), Felicia Salcido (2 RBI).Third place Edgren 3, Kinnick 0 (time limit) Edgren 002 00 — 2Kinnick 000 00 — 0W — Brittany Crown; L — Kayla Germany.Fifth place King 22, Perry 11 (time limit) Perry 803 — 11King 3(19)x — 22W — Valarie Walker; L — Madison Turner.

Soccer Boys South KoreaTaejon Christian 8, Osan 0 Halftime — 6-0. Goals — Dragons: Grahamn Wilder 2 (3), Jung Gyu Seo 2 (3), Daniel Lee (4), Marc Wilder (2), James Redfern (2), Jin Woo Chang (1).

JapanDODEA-Japan tournament Saturday at Camp ZamaChampionship Yokota 2, Perry 1 Halftime — Panthers 1-0. Goals — Panthers: Dylan Grimes (12), Dakota Peltzer (3); Samurai: Tyson Moore (13). Assists — Panthers: Danny Cordoba; Samurai: Aidan Lewis.Third place Kinnick 2, Zama 1 Halftime — 1-1. Goals — Red Devils: Bryan Wolf (14), Brandon Kong (5); Trojans: Zachary Lowery (25). Assists — Red Devils: Tom Wenke, Daniel Moran; Trojans: Isaac Norton.Fifth place Edgren 3, King 0, OT Halftime — 0-0. End of regulation — 0-0. Goals — Eagles: Isaiah Robinson 2 (6), Kane Phillips (1).Awards Best goalkeeper — Chris Rickenbach, Yokota.All-Tournament team (as selected by coaches) — Danny Cordoba, Dylan Grimes, Brad Juntunen, Anthony Gutierrez, Yokota; Aidan Lewis, Isaac Lewis, Chris Lynch, Perry; Bryan Wolf, Tom Wenke, Kinnick; Roman Duarte, Yudai Harashima, Zama; Isaiah Robinson, Edgren; Gemmar Caasi, King.

GirlsAmerican School In Japan Soccer Festival Saturday at TokyoKubasaki 3, Seisen 0 Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Dragons: Alexis Townsend (11), Kennady White (6), Talea Wilcox (2). Assists — Dragons: Townsend, Tasher Odom.Kubasaki 2, Yokohama 0 Halftime — 2-0. Goals — Dragons: White (7), Wilcox (3). Assist — Dragons: Townsend.ASIJ 2, Kubasaki 1 Halftime — 0-0. Goals — Mustangs: Taylor France (5), Erin Blank (5); Dragons: Dasani Rolle (1). Assist — Mustangs: Blank. Noteworthy — First loss of season for Dragons, first regular-season loss since 6-1 defeat against Misato during 2014 season.Kadena 2, Yokohama 1 Halftime — Panthers 1-0. Goals — Panthers: Adri Gomez (11), Madison Dooghan (4). Assists — Panthers: Kiley Hankal, Pam Barrett.Kadena 3, Christian Academy Japan 0 Halftime — 2-0. Goals — Panthers: Gomez 2 (13), Shani Summers (10). Assists — Panthers: Barrett, Katrina Rhodehouse.Sacred Heart 1, Kadena 0 Halftime — 0-0. Goal — Symbas: Emu Yoshimura; Assist — Symbas: Erika Aoki.

South KoreaOsan 3, Taejon Christian 0 Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Cougars: Andrea Carandang 3 (20). Assists — Cougars: Madison Frazier 2.

JapanDODEA-Japan tournament Saturday at Yokota Air BaseChampionship Kinnick 5, Perry 2 Halftime — 1-1. Goals — Red Devils: Kiralyn Kawachi 3 (21), Athena Peerson (19), Ella Eisenhardt (9); Samurai: Bobbi Hill 2 (33). Assists — Red Devils: Kawachi, Peerson, Sienna Ochoa, Kaleane Asuncion.Third place Yokota 1, Zama 0 Halftime — 0-0. Goal — Panthers: Sarah Cronin (1).Fifth place Edgren 3, King 0 Halftime — 2-0. Goals — Eagles: Lizzy Long (5), Nina Robertson (4), Isabel Tayag (1). Assist — Eagles: Kalean Middleton.

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FootballU.S. Forces Japan-American Football League W L PF PA Pct Kadena Air Base Dragons 1 0 19 0 1.000 Camp Kinser Kings 1 0 20 8 1.000 Camp Foster Bulldogs 0 1 0 19 .000 Camp Hansen Wolfpack 0 1 8 20 .000Saturday’s games Kadena 19, Foster 0 Kinser 20, Hansen 8


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