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E.J. King's Christianne Hidalgo tries to settle the ball as Robert D. Edgren's Madeline Mattingly defends during Saturday's round-robin match in the DODDS Japan high school girls soccer tournament at Camp Zama, Japan. Edgren shut out King 2-0.

E.J. King's Christianne Hidalgo tries to settle the ball as Robert D. Edgren's Madeline Mattingly defends during Saturday's round-robin match in the DODDS Japan high school girls soccer tournament at Camp Zama, Japan. Edgren shut out King 2-0. (Kayla Bodwin/Special to Stars and Stripes)

E.J. King's Christianne Hidalgo tries to settle the ball as Robert D. Edgren's Madeline Mattingly defends during Saturday's round-robin match in the DODDS Japan high school girls soccer tournament at Camp Zama, Japan. Edgren shut out King 2-0.

E.J. King's Christianne Hidalgo tries to settle the ball as Robert D. Edgren's Madeline Mattingly defends during Saturday's round-robin match in the DODDS Japan high school girls soccer tournament at Camp Zama, Japan. Edgren shut out King 2-0. (Kayla Bodwin/Special to Stars and Stripes)

E.J. King'S Kianna Pinter and Robert D. Edgren's Kate Reyman give chase for the ball during Saturday's round-robin match in the DODDS Japan high school girls soccer tournament at Camp Zama, Japan. Edgren shut out King 2-0.

E.J. King'S Kianna Pinter and Robert D. Edgren's Kate Reyman give chase for the ball during Saturday's round-robin match in the DODDS Japan high school girls soccer tournament at Camp Zama, Japan. Edgren shut out King 2-0. (Kayla Bodwin/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Yokota's Kaeleigh Williams and Matthew C. Perry's Ani Erhart give chase for the ball during Saturday's round-robin match in the DODDS Japan high school girls soccer tournament at Camp Zama, Japan. Yokota beat Perry 4-1.

Yokota's Kaeleigh Williams and Matthew C. Perry's Ani Erhart give chase for the ball during Saturday's round-robin match in the DODDS Japan high school girls soccer tournament at Camp Zama, Japan. Yokota beat Perry 4-1. (Kayla Bodwin/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Yokota's Sarah Claypool plays the ball off her body next to Matthew C. Perry's  Sakura Fleming during Saturday's round-robin match in the DODDS Japan high school girls soccer tournament at Camp Zama, Japan. Yokota beat Perry 4-1.

Yokota's Sarah Claypool plays the ball off her body next to Matthew C. Perry's Sakura Fleming during Saturday's round-robin match in the DODDS Japan high school girls soccer tournament at Camp Zama, Japan. Yokota beat Perry 4-1. (Kayla Bodwin/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Seoul American's Keisha Runcie tumbles in front of Osan's Bianca Reyes during Saturday's third-placel match in the Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division high school girls soccer tournament at Yongsan Garrison, South Korea. The Cougars edged the Falcons 3-2.

Seoul American's Keisha Runcie tumbles in front of Osan's Bianca Reyes during Saturday's third-placel match in the Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division high school girls soccer tournament at Yongsan Garrison, South Korea. The Cougars edged the Falcons 3-2. (CJ Mitchell/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Seoul American's Kayla Granado and Osan's Evie Garrido tussle for the ball during Saturday's third-place match in the Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division high school girls soccer tournament at South Korea. The Cougars edged the Falcons 3-2.

Seoul American's Kayla Granado and Osan's Evie Garrido tussle for the ball during Saturday's third-place match in the Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division high school girls soccer tournament at South Korea. The Cougars edged the Falcons 3-2. (CJ Mitchell/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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FootballSaturday, April 26 Kadena Air Base 32, Foster 6 Camp Kinser 30, Camp Hansen 18Saturday, May 10 Camp Hansen at Kadena Air Base Camp Foster at Camp Kinser

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Track South KoreaDODDS Korea “Last Chance Invitational” Saturday at Camp HumphreysBoys Seoul American 120, Humphreys 54, Daegu 49, Seoul Foreign 39, Osan 13 Shot put — Jhermel Allen, SAHS, 11.76 meters; Discus — Cameron Harris, SAHS, 42.21; High jump — Anfernee Dent, Daegu, 1.73; Long jump — Jarvis Stokes, SAHS, 5.92; 100 — DaiQuan Wilson, Humphreys, 11.57 seconds; 110 hurdles — Dale Bush, SAHS, 18.24; 200 — Nikkoli Steffen, SAHS, 24.50; 300 hurdles — D’Andre Rosalie, Daegu, 44.03; 400 — Brandon Williams, Humphreys, 54.40; 400 relay — Daegu, 46.79; 800 — Robert Chance, SFS, 2 minutes, 13.20 seconds; 1,600 — Chance, 5;24.22; 1,600 relay — SAHS, 3:38.96; 3,200 — Trevor Williams, Humphreys, 11:49.71; 3,200 relay — SAHS, 9:26.18.Girls Seoul American 97, Humphreys 83, Daegu 40, Seoul Foreign 26, Osan 18 Shot put — Aliyah Patterson, SAHS, 8.91 meters; Discus — Diane Grunwald, Daegu, 25.35; High jump — Lari Robertson, Daegu, 1.38; Long jump — Faith Rendles, SAHS, 4.34; 100 — Khaliyah Isom, SAHS, 13.92 seconds; 100 hurdles — Timi Ward, Humphreys, 18.48; 200 — Isom, 28.87; 300 hurdles — Ward, 54.82; 400 — Nicole Castro, Humphreys, 1 minute, 5.89 seconds; 400 relay — SAHS, 51.40; 800 — Grace Charnesky, SFS, 2:35.60; 1,600 — Charnesky, 6:06.71; 1,600 relay — SAHS, 4:20.82; 3,200 — Charnesky, 13:09.48; 3,200 relay — Not contested.

JapanSaturday at Yumenoshima track, TokyoBoys American School In Japan 154¼, Nile C. Kinnick 89½, Zama 78¼, St. Mary's International 70¾; Christian Academy Japan 33¼ Shot put — (tie), Josh Dixon, ASIJ, and Ian O'Brien, Kinnick, 12.44 meters; High jump — David Hernandez, ASIJ, 1.70; Long jump — Hernandez, ASIJ, 6.29; 100 — Jabari Johnson, Kinnick, 11.00 seconds; 110 hurdles — Ryan Murphy, ASIJ, 17.04; 200 — Jaelen Baker, Zama, 23.40; 300 hurdles — Nick Galegher, Kinnick, 45.08; 400 — Johnson, 50.79; 400 relay — Zama, 45.84; 800 — Nate Klein, St. Mary's, 2 minutes, 1.63 seconds; 1,500 — Evan Yukevich, ASIJ, 4:12.78; 1,600 relay — ASIJ, 3:37.70; 3,000 — Ryan Nishida, 9:28.16.Girls ASIJ 140½, Kinnick 126½, Seisen International 65, CAJ 45, Zama 34, International School of the Sacred Heart 20; St. Maur International 11 Shot put — Audri Salter, Kinnick, 9.67 meters; High jump — Anna Lewis-Workman, ASIJ, 1.50; Long jump — Sabine Hirano, ASIJ, 4.59; 100 — Rhyssa Hizon, Kinnick, 12.72 seconds; 100 hurdles — Nakako Yoshida, Seisen, 19.57; 200 — Kailynn Perkins, Kinnick, 26.99; 300 hurdles — Kiori Tanaka, ASIJ, 52.97; 400 — Jenna Doyno, ASIJ, 1 minute, 2.66 seconds; 400 relay — Zama, 54.66; 800 — Carydaliz Fontanez, Kinnick, 2:27.13; 1,500 — Tatiana Riordan, ASIJ, 5:10.02; 1,600 relay — ASIJ, 4:25.21; 3,000 — Riordan, 11:09.9; 3,200 relay — Seisen, 10:49.32.

Baseball South KoreaOsan 8, Daegu 6 Saturday at Camp HenryDaegu 114 00 — 6Osan 620 0x — 8W — Ryan Brazill, 5 IP (8 H, 6 R, BB, 4 SO). Batting — Osan: Tyler Asher 2-3 (HR, 4 RBI); Jon LaMagna 2-2 (2B, 2 SB).

SoftballOsan 5, E.J. King 4 Saturday at Camp WalkerKing 031 00 — 4Osan 212 0x — 5W — C.C. Farias. L — Leann White.

Kadena 5, American School In Japan 2 Saturday at TokyoASIJ 000 110—2Kadena 300 20x—5W — Macalah Danielsen, 6 IP (4 H, 2 BB, 7 SO); L — Amanda Glasenapp, 4 IP (7 H, 6 BB, 3 SO). Batting — Kadena: Macalah Danielsen 3-4, Bailey Prince 2-4 (2B).Kadena 17, ASIJ 8 Saturday at TokyoKadena 462 5—17ASIJ 021 5— 8W — Peyton Lettkeman, 5 IP (5 H, 2 BB, 7 SO); L — Allie Rogers, 5 IP (12 H, 4 BB, SO). Batting — Kadena: Briana Wilson 2-4 (2B), Asia Abdul 2-4 (2 3B, 5 RBI), Peyton Lettkeman 2-4 (3 RBI); ASIJ: Amanda Glasenapp 2-3 (2 2B).

Soccer Boys South KoreaKorean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division Tournament Saturday at Taejon Christian International School, DaejeonOsan 3, Daegu 2, OT Halftime — Osan 2-1; Full time — 2-2. Goals — Osan: Gerard Chopin 3 (4); Daegu: Henry Faivre 2 (11). Assist — Osan: Chase Kinsbury. Noteworthy — Cougars’ first win in 15 tries this season.Humphreys 8, Osan 1 Halftime — 3-1. Goals — Humphreys: Manasseh Nartey 3 (12), Roderick Williams 3 (7), Jackson Hopkins 2 (3); Osan: Gerard Chopin (5). Assists — Humphreys: Williams, Jackson Hopkins, Takao Elliot.YIS-Seoul 1, TCIS 0Halftime — 1-0. Goal — YIS-Seoul: Shin Ikeda.Championship SFS 4, SAHS 2 Halftime — 1-1. Goals — SFS: Francesco Louraschi (10), Eugene Bang (9), Hans Lee (7), Huchan Lee (5); SAHS: Andrew Clark 2 (10). Assists — SFS: Lee, Kai Summers; SAHS: Jason Lee 2.Awards Most Valuable Player — HoKyong Adkins, Seoul American.Golden Boot — Andrew Clark, Seoul American.Best Defender — Devin Furner, Seoul American.Best Goalkeeper — Matthew Canning, Seoul Foreign.Coach of the Year — Brian Hamm, Seoul Foreign.Team Sportsmanship — Daegu.All-Tournament team — Jaime Cabal, Hans Lee, Matthew Canning, Eugene Bang, Henry Valentine-Ramsden, Matthieu Bartels, Huchan Lee, Seoul Foreign; Simon Nutter, Daniel Kim, Brian Donnely, Andrew Clark, Sam Mitchell, Seoul American; Shin Ikeda, S.J. Lee, Thomas Kim, Kevin Baik, Yongsan International-Seoul; Do Yeob Lee, Joseph Kim, Taejon Christian International; Matthew Murphy, Humphreys; Gerard Chopin, Osan; Henry Faivre, Daegu.All-Conference team — Bang, Canning, Mitch Rands, Kai Summers, Lee, Francesco Louraschi, Seoul Foreign; Adkins, Furner, Jason Lee, Kevin Orta, Ben Mitchell, David Neaverth, Seoul American; Shin Ikeda, S.J. Lee, Antonio Oh, Hogun Lee, Yongsan International-Seoul; Jay Yang, Korte Zickefoose, Taejon Christian; Manasseh Nartey, Humphreys High; Carlo Bonifacio, Daegu; Gerard Chopin, Osan.

OkinawaKadena 8, Misato Tech 1 Saturday at Kadena Air BaseHalftime — 4-0. Goals — Kadena: Junta Callahan 2 (6), Kai Heckerman 2 (4), Tristan Hyden 2 (4), Ryu Barrett (1), own goal. Assists — Kadena: Jakob Weicht 3, Matthew LeMasters, Au’kanai Mustafaa, Andre Addison.Kubasaki 5, Konan 1 Saturday at Camp FosterHalftime — 1-1. Goals — Kubasaki: Will Wagner 2 (4), Devon Rodriguez (11), Imani Washington (9), Derek Sanders (2). Assists — Kubasaki: Washington 3, Rodriguez, Sanders.

JapanDODDS Japan Tournament Saturday at Yokota Air BaseSingle-elimination playoffs Robert D. Edgren 4, E.J. King 2Third Yokota 2, Zama 1Championship Matthew C. Perry 1, Nile C. Kinnick 0Perry 1, Kinnick 0 Halftime — 0-0. Goal — Perry: Gaku Lange (33).Awards All-Tournament team — Lange, Justin Hill, Sam Hess, Jon Cadavos, Perry; Branden Yoder, Brady Yoder, Dustin Wilson, Ian Dignan, Kinnick; Chris Beemsterboer, Shintaro Clanton, Zach Esteron, Yokota; JoJo Byrnes, Jay Q. Noimanivone, Ben Cook, Zama; Michael Roberts, Austin Burdick, Edgren; Daichi Bellwood, Ricky Salinas, King.

Girls South KoreaKorean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division Tournament Saturday at Seoul American High School, Yongsan GarrisonHumphreys 2, Daegu 1, SO (2-1) Halftime — Humphreys 1-0. Full time and overtime — 1-1. Goals in regulation — Humphreys: Isabella Nocera (2); Daegu: Monica Morales (1). Shootout goals — Humphreys: Sophia Nocera, Amy Burger; Daegu: Kaitlyn Nott. Noteworthy — First win in Blackhawks’ program’s short history.TCIS 6, Humphreys 1 Halftime — 2-1. Goals — TCIS: Gentry Miller 4 (10), Rin Kim (5), Ilayda Karagol (4); Humphreys: Kaylee Spielman (6). Assists — TCIS: Miller 2, Karagol.Osan 3, SAHS 2 Halftime — 2-2. Goals — Osan: Andrea Carandang (15), Sara Mason (3), Sara Colthart (1); SAHS: Keisha Runcie (6), Jordan Shuck (2). Assists — Osan: Evie Garrido; SAHS: Fran Vido.Championship SFS 4, YIS-Seoul 0 Halftime — 2-0. Goals — SFS: Michelle Richardson 2 (31), Nina Bernhardt (11), Su Jean Park (2). Assists — SFS: Jiwon Shin, Joanna Kim. Noteworthy — Crusaders senior striker Michelle Richardson exits with 79 career goals, three straight KAIAC Blue Division Tournament titles.Awards Most Valuable Player — Bernhardt, Seoul ForeignGolden Boot — Richardson, Seoul ForeignBest Defender — Juhee Kim, Yongsan International-SeoulBest Goalkeeper — Michele Thompson, OsanCoach of the Year — Sung Plourde, OsanTeam Sportsmanship — Taejon Christian InternationalAll-Tournament team — Richardson, Taylor Kim, Su Jean Park, Sasi Banyatpiyaphod, Jiwon Shin, Bernhardt, Michelle Kahng, Seoul Foreign; Emily Birmingham, Jenny Lee, Juhee Kim, Hedvig Holmberg, Jane Kim, Yongsan International-Seoul; Evie Garrido, Marticia Madison, Sarah Dewitt, Andrea Carandang, Osan; Jessie Gamez, Kayla Granado, Seoul American; Gentry Miller, Taejon Christian International; Desteny Smith, Humphreys High; Monica Morales, Daegu.All-Conference team — Emily Birmingham, Jenny Lee, Juhee Kim, June Sohn, Hedvig Holmberg, Kyla Swanson, Yongsan International-Seoul; Michelle Richardson, Nina Bernhardt, Samantha Kim, Sofia Migues, Su Jean Park, Joanna Kim, Seoul Foreign; Jessie Gamez, Kayla Granado, Fran Vido, Emily Turner, Seoul American; Gentry Miller, Jeesoo Lee, Taejon Christian; Andrea Carandang, Osan; Sophia Nocera, Humphreys; Rose O’Houlahan, Daegu.

OkinawaKadena 3, Shuri East 0 Saturday at Kadena Air BaseHalftime — 1-0. Goals — Kadena: Kristin Howard 2 (7), Ianna Auld (2). Assists — Kadena: Ally Strauss 2.

GuamSouthern 2, Guam 1 Saturday at Agana HeightsHalftime — 1-1. Goals — Southern: Coleen Nadan 2; Guam: Kayla Kinney (17). Assist — Guam: Meagan Guerrero. Noteworthy — First loss of season for Panthers in five matches.DODDS Japan tournament Friday at Camp ZamaKinnick 1, Edgren 0 Halftime — 1-0. Goal — Kinnick: Athena Peerson (7). Assist-Kinnick: Alyssa Leal.Perry 3, King 0 Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Perry: Bobbi Hill (13), Sakura Fleming (3), Kayla Graham (1). Assists — Perry: Hill, Dina Roman.Yokota 1, Zama 1 Halftime — 0-0. Goals — Yokota: Brianna Honma (5); Zama: Megan Hurley (7).Edgren 2, King 0 Halftime — 0-0. Goals — Edgren: Madeline Mattingly (1), Madeline Cotton (1).Yokota 4, Perry 1 Halftime — 2-1. Goals — Yokota: London Jackson 2 (5), Kaeleigh Williams (4), Christine Madamba (3); Perry: Sakura Fleming (4). Assists — Yokota: Sarah Claypool, Patience Basham; Perry: Bobbi Hill.Kinnick 5, Zama 0 Halftime — 3-0. Goals — Kinnick: Kaile Johnson 2 (30), Haley Mitchell 2 (14), Athena Peerson (8). Assists — Kinnick: Johnson 2.

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