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BaseballKadena 7, American School In Japan 6 Saturday at Camp Foster, OkinawaASIJ 110 002 2—6 8 5Kadena 003 400 x—7 2 2W — Justin Sego, 7 IP (8 H, 5 ER, 8 BB, 10 SO); L — Tyler Sapsford, 3 IP (1 H, 2 ER, 3 BB, 4 SO). Batting — Kadena: Sego 2-3 (2 RBI); ASIJ: Ryan Vo 2-4; Sapsford (2 RBI).Kadena 7, ASIJ 5 Saturday at Camp Foster, OkinawaASIJ 130 100 0 — 5 8 1Kadena 000 160 x — 7 4 1W — Kota Manning, 5 1/3 IP (5 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 5 SO); L — Leonard Yang, 1 1/3 IP (2 H, 6 ER, 3 BB, 2 SO). Batting — ASIJ: Sapsford 2-3, Sam Linder (2 RBI). Noteworthy — Panthers rallied from 5-0 deficit, tying it on Stephen Black’s three-run double and going ahead 7-5 on Bryce Thomas’ two-run home run in the fifth. Reliever Kota Manning recorded a strikeout with the bases loaded to end the second inning. Coupled with two wins at Kubasaki on Friday, the Mustangs went 2-2 on their road trip to Okinawa.

South KoreaSeoul American 10, Daegu 9 (4, time limit) Friday at Osan Air BaseSAHS 321 4 — 10Daegu 103 5 — 9L — Shawn White, 2 IP (5 ER). Batting — SAHS: Isaac Rodriguez 2-2 (HR, 2 RBI); Daegu: Troy Mitchom 2-3 (2B, 2 RBI, 3 SB), Devin Speights (6 SB).Daegu 14, Humphreys 7 (3, time limit) Friday at Osan Air BaseHHS 250 — 7Daegu 374 — 14 W — Tyler Pak, 2 IP (5 ER). Batting — Daegu: David Messinger (HR, 3 RBI).

SoftballKadena 12, ASIJ 1 (5, run rule) Saturday at Kadena Air Base, OkinawaASIJ 000 01 — 1Kadena 017 31x — 12W — Macalah Danielsen, 4 IP (7 H, 1 BB); L — Allie Rogers, 5 IP (6 H, 7 ER, 2 BB). Batting — Kadena: Macalah Danielsen 2-3, Rheagan Wyche 2-3, Tori Sego 2-3.Kadena 16, ASIJ 1 (3, run rule) Saturday at Kadena Air BaseKadena 835 — 16 13 0ASIJ 010 — 1 1 4W — Alicia Vaughan, 3 IP (1 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 1 SO, 2 HBP); L — Courtney Halverson, 3 IP (13 H, 9 ER, 3 BB, 1 SO, 4 WP). Batting — Kadena: Jazmine Braswell 3-3 (2B); Vaughan 2-3 (3B, HR, 3 RBI), Macalah Danielsen 2-2 (2 SB), Alexis Sparrow 2-2 (2 RBI, 2 SB); ASIJ: Allie Rogers 2-2 (3B). Noteworthy — Coupled with two losses Friday at Kubasaki, the Mustangs went 0-4 on their first regular-season road trip to Okinawa.

Soccer BoysKubasaki 2, Christian Academy Japan 0 Saturday at Yokosuka Naval BaseHalftime — 1-0. Goals — Kubasaki: Nick Ashley (5), Matt Lemasters (1). Assists — Kubasaki: Iseiah Washington, Will Wagner.Kubasaki 3, Nile C. Kinnick 1 Saturday at Yokosuka Naval BaseHalftime — Kubasaki 1-0. Goals — Kubasaki: Imani Washington (9), Is.Washington (8), Lemasters (2); Kinnick: Brady Yoder (4). Assists — Kubasaki: Will Wagner 2, Im.Washington.

OkinawaShuri 8, Kadena 0 Saturday at Kadena Air BaseHalftime — 5-0.Shuri 7, Kadena 0 Saturday at Kadena Air BaseHalftime — 4-0.

JapanCAJ 3, Kinnick 0 Saturday at Yokosuka Naval BaseHalftime — 2-0. Goals — CAJ: Kyle Reedy (2), Rick Handa (1), Kevin Nelson (1).

GirlsKadena 3, Seisen 1 Saturday at TokyoHalftime — 3-0. Goals — Kadena: Shani Summers (7), Adri Gomez (6), Ally Strauss (3); Seisen: Julia Remington (2). Assists — Kadena: Pam Barrett 2, Summers; Seisen: Miyu Niwa.Kadena 3, CAJ 0 Saturday at TokyoHalftime — 0-0. Goals — Kadena: Summers (8), Strauss (4), Barrett (1). Assists — Kadena: Barrett, Gomez.

OkinawaKubasaki 6, Urasoe 2 Saturday at Camp FosterHalftime — 6-1. Goals — Kubasaki: Marissa Mesquita 3 (8), Elizabeth Zuniga (1), Tasher Odom (1), Alexis Ylanan (1). Assists — Kubasaki: Charlee Bodwell, Odom, Harleigh Lewis. Noteworthy — Kubasaki’s Harleigh Lewis, the team’s starting goalkeeper who suffered a hand injury, played the field for the first time in three seasons in Dragons uniform. Lexi Klimek started in goal for Kubasaki.

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