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American School in Japan's Nicole Dacus takes a shot on goal while Nile C. Kinnick goalkeeper Alexia Storey defends April 27, 2015, at ASIJ in Chofu, Japan. The match ended in a 1-1 draw.
American School in Japan's Nicole Dacus takes a shot on goal while Nile C. Kinnick goalkeeper Alexia Storey defends April 27, 2015, at ASIJ in Chofu, Japan. The match ended in a 1-1 draw. (James Kimber/Stars and Stripes)
American School in Japan's Nicole Dacus takes a shot on goal while Nile C. Kinnick goalkeeper Alexia Storey defends April 27, 2015, at ASIJ in Chofu, Japan. The match ended in a 1-1 draw.
American School in Japan's Nicole Dacus takes a shot on goal while Nile C. Kinnick goalkeeper Alexia Storey defends April 27, 2015, at ASIJ in Chofu, Japan. The match ended in a 1-1 draw. (James Kimber/Stars and Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Alexia Storey takes a goal kick during a game against the American School in Japan  April 27, 2015, at ASIJ in Chofu, Japan. The match ended in a 1-1 draw.
Nile C. Kinnick's Alexia Storey takes a goal kick during a game against the American School in Japan April 27, 2015, at ASIJ in Chofu, Japan. The match ended in a 1-1 draw. (James Kimber/Stars and Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Kiralyn Kawachi attempts to regain her balance during a game against the American School in Japan  April 27, 2015, at ASIJ in Chofu, Japan. The match ended in a 1-1 draw.
Nile C. Kinnick's Kiralyn Kawachi attempts to regain her balance during a game against the American School in Japan April 27, 2015, at ASIJ in Chofu, Japan. The match ended in a 1-1 draw. (James Kimber/Stars and Stripes)
American School in Japan's Kat Johnsonn takes a shot on goal against Nile C. Kinnick April 27, 2015 at ASIJ in Chofu, Japan. The match ended in a 1-1 draw.
American School in Japan's Kat Johnsonn takes a shot on goal against Nile C. Kinnick April 27, 2015 at ASIJ in Chofu, Japan. The match ended in a 1-1 draw. (James Kimber/Stars and Stripes)

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Track and field JapanDODDS Japan finals, fully automated timing, distances in meters Saturday at Misawa Air BaseBoys Nile C. Kinnick 145, Yokota 84, Zama 68, Robert D. Edgren 33Shot put — Josh Nay, Zama, 10.92 meters. Discus — Joshua Atkinson, Zama, 34.09. High jump — Jermaine Neal, Yokota, 1.75. Long jump — Neal, 5.50. 100 — Jabari Johnson, Kinnick, 11.04 seconds. 110 hurdles — Shota Sprunger, Yokota, 17.15. 200 — Johnson, 22.41. 300 hurdles — Nick Galegher, Kinnick, 44.92. 400 — Johnson, 51.24. 400 relay — Kinnick, 46.26. 800 — Connor Brown, Kinnick, 2 minutes, 7.65 seconds. 1,600 — Jerry Lotz, Kinnick, 5:03.47. 1,600 relay — Kinnick, 3:39.69. 3,200 — Lotz, 11:26.04. 3,200 relay — Kinnick, 8:48.38.Girls Kinnick 170, Zama 69, Edgren 47, Yokota 28 Shot put — Audri Salter, Kinnick, 10.43 meters. Discus — Salter, 30.96. High jump — Shakita Samuels, Kinnick, 1.35. Long jump — Rhyssa Hizon, Kinnick, 4.33. 100 — Aya Stewart, Kinnick, 13.07 seconds. 100 hurdles — Halee Litoff, Kinnick, 21.28. 200 — Samuels, 27.37. 300 hurdles — Monique Atkinson, Edgren, 55.26. 400 — Alessia Castro, Edgren, 1 minute, 14.07 seconds. 400 relay — Kinnick, 51.79. 800 — Erin Stonebarger, Kinnick, 2:36.06. 1,600 — Arlene Avalos, Kinnick, 5:43.14. 1,600 relay — Kinnick, 4:40.20. 3,200 — Avalos, 12:24.12. 3,200 relay — Kinnick, 11:13.54.

DODDS Japan throwers meet Saturday at Yokota Air Base, distances in metersBoys Shot put — Christian Sonnenberg, Yokota, 13.02 meters. Discus — Christian Sonnenberg, Yokota, 50.85 (Pacific record; old record 50.65 by Stephe DeSantis, Yokota, 1988).Girls Shot put — Jasmine Strong, Yokota, 8.15 meters. Discus — Strong, 27.02.

GuamSaturday at Okkodo High School, DededoBoys Shot put — Cameron Callaway, Southern, 11.68 meters. Discus — Adrian Nacino, Simon Sanchez, 33.18. High jump — Ethan Alegre, George Washington, 1.73. Long jump — Richard Hale III, Okkodo, 5.98. Triple jump — Johnny Quitugua, John F. Kennedy, 12.21. Javelin — Jun Agregado, SSHS, 37.55. 100 —Trip Chauretti, Guam, 11.42 seconds. 110 hurdles — Quitugua, 16.00. 200 — Chauretti, 23.43. 300 hurdles — Ryan Teologo, Southern, 42.69. 400 — Matthew Wong, Tiyan, 54.13. 400 relay — Okkodo, 45.92. 800 — Albert James Linder, Southern, 2 minutes, 10.27 seconds. 1,500 — Douglas Grant, Guam, 4:39.06. 1,600 relay — Guam, 3:45.08. 3,000 — Isaac Ventura, Guam, 10:21.73.Girls Shot put — Jaena Taitague, Southern, 8.81 meters. Discus — Taitague, 23.89. High jump — Jailyn Jones, Guam, 1.42. Long jump — Regine Tugade, JFK, 4.94. Triple jump — Tugade, 10.05. Javelin — Sophia Quast, Guam, 21.17. 100 — Tugade, 12.40 seconds. 100 hurdles — Christina Francisco, Guam, 16.48. 200 — Tugade, 25.80. 300 hurdles — Francisco, 47.65. 400 — Jones, 1 minute, 1.79 seconds. 400 relay — Guam, 52.70. 800 — Alison Bowman, JFK, 2:27.29. 1,500 — Bowman, 5:11.47. 1,600 relay — Guam, 4:26.87. 3,000 — Bowman, 12:04.86.

BaseballOkinawaKadena 10, Uruma Boys 9 Sunday at Kadena Air BaseUruma 203 400 0— 9 9 4Kadena 310 042 x—10 9 2W — Ethan King, 4 IP (H, 0 ER, 4 BB, SO). BattingKadena: John McBain 3-4; Stephen Black 2-4 (2B) Justin Sego (2-run HR). Noteworthy — Kadena’s McBain hit a two-run homer in the sixth inning to rally the Panthers to victory.

Uruma Boys 9, Kadena 5 Sunday at Kadena Air BaseUruma 102 041 1—9 6 1Kadena 010 102 1—5 11 6L — J.Sego, 5 IP (4 H, ER, 3 BB, 5 SO). Batting — Kadena: McBain 3-4 (HR, 3 RBI); Black 2-4; Cody Sego 2-3; Justin Wilson 2-4 (2B).

JapanZama 5, Matthew C. Perry 0 (6, time limit) Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniZama 100 004—5MCP 000 000—0W — Jake Bayardo, 6 IP (2 H, 3 BB, 7 SO); L — Cullen Waugh, 6 IP (8 H, 5 BB, 5 SO). Batting — Zama: Keanu Cruz 2-4 (2B); Jaron Brown 2-4 (2B, 3 RBI).

Soccer Boys South KoreaKorean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division All-Tournament, All-Conference report Most Valuable Player — Francesco Luraschi, Seoul ForeignBest Offensive Player — HoKyong Adkins, Seoul AmericanBest Defensive Player — Max Weekley, Seoul AmericanBest Goalkeeper — Jay Yang, Taejon Christian InternationalCoach of the Year — Steve Boyd, Seoul AmericanTeam Sportsmanship — Daegu HighAll-Tournament team — Andrew Nutter, David Neaverth, Jack Barnes, Nick Gagnet, John Dunleavy, Kevin McGuire, Abnel Negron, Seoul American; Francesco Luraschi, Kai Summers, Tawan Banyatpiyaphod, Leo Migliardi, Nathan Cheung, Seoul Foreign; John Gong, Junior Oh, DoYoung Choi, Hogun Lee, Yongsan International-Seoul; Daniel Lee, Jay Yang, David Choi, Taejon Christian International; Nick White, Osan American; Kai Quander, Humphreys High; Taylor Mendenhall, Daegu High.All-Conference team — Kai Summers, Huchan Lee, Francesco Luraschi, Andrew Ha, Addison Smith, Marton Zeisler, Leo Migliardi, Seoul Foreign; HoKyong Adkins, Max Weekley, Kevin Hwang, Sam Mitchell, Nikko Russey, Seoul American; Jason Lim, Kangmin Kim, Jinoh Choi, Albert Jang, Taejon Christian International; Junior Oh, John Gong, Yongsan International-Seoul; Stephen Conkright, Osie Cruz, Humphreys High; Tim Davis, Osan American; Carlo Bonifacio, Daegu High.

JapanChristian Academy Japan 2, St. Maur 0 Saturday at YokohamaHalftime — 1-0. Goals — CAJ: Kevin Nelson 2 (3). Assist — CAJ: Takara Nishizaki.

Girls South KoreaKorean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division All-Tournament, All-Conference reportMost Valuable Player — Sasi Banyatpiyaphod, Seoul ForeignBest Offensive Player — Callie Chang, Seoul ForeignBest Defensive Player — Kayla Granado, Seoul AmericanBest Goalkeeper — Michele Thompson, Osan American.Coach of the Year — Eric Rogers, Humphreys HighTeam Sportsmanship — Osan AmericanAll-Tournament team — Joanna Kim, Sophie De Boer, Michelle Kahng, Sofia Migues, Lalla Migliardi, Nina Bernhardt, Skye Chung, Seoul Foreign; Jada Carnine, Andrea Carandang, Sarah Colthart, Haeley Deeney, Sara Mason, Osan American; Juhee Kim, Hana Ikeda, Soo Lee, Kyla Swanson, Yongsan International-Seoul; Ja’Asia Rasun, Kaylee Spielman, Humphreys High; Grace Yuquimpo, Seoul American; JeeHye Lee, Taejon Christian International; Danielle Lynch, Daegu High.All-Conference team — Jada Carnine, Andrea Carandang, Hannah Cleveland, Jacquelin Godier, Sarah Colthart, Michele Thompson, Osan American; Su Jean Park, Sasi Banyatpiyaphod, Sofia Migues, Nina Bernhardt, Callie Chang, Seoul Foreign; Charle Smith, Hannah Pak, Kayla Granado, Fran Vido, Seoul American; Rin Kim, Susan Yi, Taejon Christian International; Ja’Asia Rasun, Humphreys High; Juhee Kim, Yongsan International-Seoul; Leisel Mendenhall, Daegu High.

JapanKinnick 1, American School In Japan 1 Monday at TokyoHalftime — 1-1. Goals — Kinnick: Lexia Hall (8); ASIJ: Kat Johnson (20). Assist — Kinnick: Katrina Reid.

Boys volleyball GuamSouthern def. Guam 25-20, 25-16 Saturday at Agat

Okkodo def. Guam 25-11, 25-18 Friday at Dededo

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