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Nile C. Kinnick sprinter Jabari Johnson leads the pack to the finish line in the 400-meter run during Saturday's track meet at Yokota. Johnson, who a year ago became the first northwest Pacific runner to record a sub-50-second 400 under fully automated timing, won the event in 51 seconds.
Nile C. Kinnick sprinter Jabari Johnson leads the pack to the finish line in the 400-meter run during Saturday's track meet at Yokota. Johnson, who a year ago became the first northwest Pacific runner to record a sub-50-second 400 under fully automated timing, won the event in 51 seconds. (Nathan Punla/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick sprinter Jabari Johnson leads the pack to the finish line in the 400-meter run during Saturday's track meet at Yokota. Johnson, who a year ago became the first northwest Pacific runner to record a sub-50-second 400 under fully automated timing, won the event in 51 seconds.
Nile C. Kinnick sprinter Jabari Johnson leads the pack to the finish line in the 400-meter run during Saturday's track meet at Yokota. Johnson, who a year ago became the first northwest Pacific runner to record a sub-50-second 400 under fully automated timing, won the event in 51 seconds. (Nathan Punla/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Yokota sophomore Christian Sonnenberg tosses the disc 48.77 meters in Saturday's track meet at Yokota. That put him less than 2 meters behind the Pacific record of 50.65 set by Yokota's Stephe DeSantis, a record that has stood for 27 seasons.
Yokota sophomore Christian Sonnenberg tosses the disc 48.77 meters in Saturday's track meet at Yokota. That put him less than 2 meters behind the Pacific record of 50.65 set by Yokota's Stephe DeSantis, a record that has stood for 27 seasons. (Nathan Punla/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Yokota Panthers junior distance runner Daniel Galvin, right, leads the pack around the curve of the 1,600-meter run, which he won in 4 minutes, 26 seconds. It was his first high school action since suffering a shin stress fracture in October, which forced him to miss the Far East cross-country meet. Galvin came within three seconds of his Pacific record in the event.
Yokota Panthers junior distance runner Daniel Galvin, right, leads the pack around the curve of the 1,600-meter run, which he won in 4 minutes, 26 seconds. It was his first high school action since suffering a shin stress fracture in October, which forced him to miss the Far East cross-country meet. Galvin came within three seconds of his Pacific record in the event. (Nathan Punla/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Robert D. Edgren's Jomo Yamamoto delivers against Yokota during Saturday's DODDS Japan baseball doubleheader at Camp Zama. Yokota swept the twin bill 18-3 and 14-10.
Robert D. Edgren's Jomo Yamamoto delivers against Yokota during Saturday's DODDS Japan baseball doubleheader at Camp Zama. Yokota swept the twin bill 18-3 and 14-10. (Kayla Bodwin/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Rey Hernandez takes his cuts in front of Robert D. Edgren catcher Jackson Edmonds during Saturday's DODDS Japan baseball doubleheader at Camp Zama. Yokota swept the twin bill 18-3 and 14-10.
Yokota's Rey Hernandez takes his cuts in front of Robert D. Edgren catcher Jackson Edmonds during Saturday's DODDS Japan baseball doubleheader at Camp Zama. Yokota swept the twin bill 18-3 and 14-10. (Kayla Bodwin/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Easton Gladue slides in safely under the tag of Robert D. Edgren's Jackson Edmonds during Saturday's DODDS Japan baseball doubleheader at Camp Zama. Yokota swept the twin bill 18-3 and 14-10.
Yokota's Easton Gladue slides in safely under the tag of Robert D. Edgren's Jackson Edmonds during Saturday's DODDS Japan baseball doubleheader at Camp Zama. Yokota swept the twin bill 18-3 and 14-10. (Kayla Bodwin/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Isabella Nocera and Seoul Foreign's Claire Shin battle for the ball during Saturday's Korea girls soccer match. The Crusaders downed the Blackhawks 10-1.
Humphreys' Isabella Nocera and Seoul Foreign's Claire Shin battle for the ball during Saturday's Korea girls soccer match. The Crusaders downed the Blackhawks 10-1. (Alona Paja/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Kaylee Spielman and Seoul Foreign's Nina Bernhardt scrum for the ball during Saturday's Korea girls soccer match. The Crusaders downed the Blackhawks 10-1.
Humphreys' Kaylee Spielman and Seoul Foreign's Nina Bernhardt scrum for the ball during Saturday's Korea girls soccer match. The Crusaders downed the Blackhawks 10-1. (Alona Paja/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Seoul Foreign's Kai Summers tries to outrun Humphreys' Osie Cruz, left, and Takao Elliot during Saturday's Korea boys soccer match. The Crusaders downed the Blackhawks 7-1.
Seoul Foreign's Kai Summers tries to outrun Humphreys' Osie Cruz, left, and Takao Elliot during Saturday's Korea boys soccer match. The Crusaders downed the Blackhawks 7-1. (Alona Paja/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Baseball OkinawaOkinawa Spirit 5, Kubasaki 0 Saturday at Camp FosterSpirit 000 101 3—5 12 0Kubasaki 000 000 0—0 7 4L — Hunter Chipman, 4 IP (4 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 2 SO). Batting — Kubasaki: Alex Eisenberg 2-4.Okinawa Spirit 5, Kubasaki 2 Saturday at Camp FosterSpirit 310 000 1—5 8 0Kubasaki 002 000 0—2 2 0L — Kristian Palmer, 4 IP (5 H, 3 ER, 4 BB, 3 SO). Batting — Kubasaki: Mark Ebarle (2 RBI).

JapanYokota 18, Robert D. Edgren 3 (4, run rule) Saturday at Camp ZamaEdgren 101 1 — 3 6 1Yokota 233 (10x) — 18 17 0W — Leo Austin, 3 IP (3 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 8 SO). Batting — Yokota: Leo Austin 3-3(2 RBI, 2 SB), Jack Malone 2-3 (3 RBI, 2 SB), Jacob Mansberger 2-3 (2B, 3 RBI), Emilio Saucedo 4-4 (2 RBI), Myles Odain 2-3 (2B, 2 RBI), T.J. Reney 2-2 (2B, 3 RBI). Edgren: T. Carr 2-2.Yokota 14, Edgren 10 Saturday at Camp ZamaEdgren 000 (10)00 0 — 10 10 0Yokota 021 434 x — 14 13 0W — T.J. Reney, 2 1/3 IP (3 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 6 SO). Batting — Yokota: T.J. Reney 2-3 (2 RBI, 3 SB), Leo Austin 2-4, Rey Hernandez 2-5 (2B, 2 SB), Easton Gladue 2-2 (3 SB), Jack Malone 2-3 (3 RBI, 4 SB); Edgren: Isaac Victorino 2-2 (2B, 2 RBI), Jackson Edmonds 2-5 (2 RBI).

Softball JapanAmerican School In Japan 15, Nile C. Kinnick 0 (3, run rule) Saturday at TokyoKinnick 000 — 0 2 2ASIJ 3(10)2x — 15 5 1W — Allie Rogers, 3 IP (2 H, 1 BB, 4 SO); L — M. Battle, 3 IP (5 H, 12 BB, 1 SO). Batting — ASIJ: Anna Belle Harada 2-2 (2B, 3 RBI), Sakiko Toriya 2-2 (2 RBI).ASIJ 16, Kinnick 1 (3, run rule) Saturday at TokyoKinnick 100 — 1 2 0ASIJ 268 — 16 10 0W — Rogers, 2 IP (2 H, 2 BB, 4 SO); L — Battle, 2 IP (9 H, 8 BB, 1 SO). Batting — ASIJ: Julia Sasanuma 2-2 (1 3B, 2 RBI), Rogers 2-3 (1 2B, 3 RBI), Mary Kate McGee 2-4(2B, 3B, 2 RBI).Yokota 17, Edgren 12 (3, time limit) Saturday at Yokota Air BaseYokota 51(11) — 17 16 3Edgren 00(12) — 12 10 2W — Anysia Torres, 2 2/3 IP (5 H, 4 ER, 0 BB, 5 SO); L — Raven Moore, 2 2/3 IP (16 H, 16 ER, 6 BB, 4 SO). Batting — Yokota: Brittany Little 3-3 (3 RBI), Tamia Thompson 2-3 (2 RBI). Edgren: Natasha Weimer 2-3 (3 RBI), Raine Taylor 2-3 (2 RBI).

Soccer Boys South KoreaYongsan 10, Daegu 1 Saturday at SeoulHalftime — 4-0. Goals — YIS-S: Daniel Akawor 3 (3), Terry Lee (5), Junior Oh (3), Shutaro Hasumi (2), Hogun Lee (1), Do Young Lee (1), Andy Kim (1), Hannes Schwedhelm (1); Daegu: Henry Faivre (1). Assists — YIS-S: T.Lee 2, Oh 2, Hasumi, Misheel Bayarsaikhan; Daegu: Carlo Bonifacio.Seoul Foreign 12, Daegu 0 Saturday at SeoulHalftime — 5-0. Goals — SFS: Leo Migliardi 2 (4), Andrew Ha 2 (4), Francesco Luraschi 2 (3), Caleb Jang 2 (2), Huchan Lee (3), Kai Delang (1), Alex Byun (1), Colin Kim (1). Assists — SFS: Kai Summers 6, Daniel Chung 4, Jackson Rands 1.Taejon Christian 1, Seoul American 0 Saturday at Yongsan GarrisonHalftime — 0-0. Goal — TCIS: Jason Lim (3).Seoul Foreign 7, Humphreys 1 Saturday at SeoulHalftime — 3-0. Goals — SFS: Migliardi 2 (6), Ha (5), Luraschi (4), Summers (3), Delang (2), Nathan Chung (1); HHS: Jarrek Cruz (1). Assists — SFS: D.Chung 2, Migliardi, Summers; HHS: Bryce Bulotovich.

OkinawaKubasaki 8, Okinawa Christian 2 Saturday at YomitanHalftime — 4-1. Goals — Kubasaki: Imani Washington 2 (2), Akira Sterle 2 (2), Will Wagner 2 (2), Miles Mahlock (1), Hannibal Parathikoune (1); OCSI: James Durham (PK), Charlie Dykes (PK). Assists — Kubasaki: Mahlock 2, Washington 2, Wagner, Parathikoune.Kadena 3, Konan 0 Saturday at Kadena Air BaseHalftime — 0-0. Goals — Kadena: Au Kanai’i Mustaafa (1), Gabe Peredo (1), B.J. Lyons (1). Assists — Kadena: Diego Rodriguez 2.Kadena 1, Konan 1 Saturday at Kadena Air BaseHalftime — Kadena 1-0. Goal — Kadena: Rodriguez (1). Noteworthy — Match called off by coaches’ agreement with 11 minutes remaining due to serious injury to Konan player, heavy rain.

JapanYokohama 8, Yokota 0 Saturday at YokohamaHalftime — 3-0.Zama 14, Edgren 0 Saturday at Camp ZamaHalftime — 6-0. Goals — Zama: Malik Wilkes 8 (15), Logan Perera 2 (3), JayQ Noimanivone 2 (2), Deante Espree (2), Ryan Grubbs (1). Assists — Zama: Noimanivone 5, Wilkes 2, Perera, Roman Duarte.Western Japan Athletic Association Tournament Saturday at KobeSemifinal Matthew C. Perry 1, Kyoto Academy 0, SO (4-3) Halftime — 0-0. Full time — 0-0. Shootout goals — MCP: Justin Hill, Chris Lynch, Mark Hornbrook, Isaac Lewis. Noteworthy — Samurai rallied from behind 3-1 to win penalty-kick shootout.Championship Perry 4, St. Maur 2 Halftime — MCP 1-0. Goals — MCP: Hill (4), Payton Fowler (2), Vincent Ermitano (1), Aidan Lewis (1). Assists — MCP: Hill 2, Lewis, Jon Cadavos. Noteworthy — First victory in three finals appearances for Samurai in a WJAA Tournament.

Girls South KoreaTaejon Christian 0, Seoul American 0 Saturday at Yongsan GarrisonSeoul Foreign 8, Daegu 0 Saturday at SeoulHalftime — 3-0. Goals — SFS: Sasi Banyatpiyaphod 2 (2), Nina Bernhardt (8), Callie Chang (3), SuJean Park (1), Skye Chung (1), Seinna Kang (1), Megan Yu (1). Assists — SFS: Park 2, Bernhardt.Seoul Foreign 10, Humphreys 1 Saturday at SeoulHalftime — 5-1. Goals — SFS: Chang 3 (6), Bernhardt 2 (10), Ji Won Shin 2 (4), Banyatpiyaphod (3), Park (2), Kang (2); HHS: Lauryn McCoy (1). Assists — SFS: Paola Noriega 2, Bernhardt, Banyatpiyaphod, Park, Erin Hwang, Michelle Kahng, Joanna Kim.Yongsan 9, Daegu 0 Saturday at SeoulHalftime — 5-0. Goals — YIS-S: June Sohn 3 (3), Hana Ikeda 2 (3), Kyla Swanson (1), Soo Lee (1), Jane Kim (1), Sarah Suyeon Kim (1). Assists — YIS-S: Soo Lee, Suyeon Kim, Kyla Swanson.

OkinawaKadena 5, Yomei 1 Saturday at Kadena Air BaseHalftime — 1-1. Goals — Kadena: Adrianna Gomez 2 (2), Shani Summers 2 (2), Cassandra Manlangit (2). Assists — Kadena: Gomez 2.Kubasaki 2, Naha Nishi 0 Saturday at Camp FosterHalftime — 0-0. Goals — Kubasaki: Alexis Townsend (1), Marissa Mesquita (1). Assist — Kubasaki: Alianna Rentas.

JapanYokota 3, Yokohama 3 Saturday at YokohamaHalftime — YIS 1-0. Goals — Yokota: Jamia Bailey (1), Regina Dukat (1), Delaney Bradley (1).Zama 6, Edgren 0 Saturday at Camp ZamaHalftime — 2-0. Goals — Zama: Megan Hurley 2 (4), Loea Richardson (2), Malina Camacho (2), Leah Parrish (1), Rachel Bostick (1). Assists — Zama: Hurley, Makayla Pollard.Western Japan Athletic Association Tournament At Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniSemifinals Nagoya International 4, E.J. King 0Halftime — 2-0.Marist Brothers 2, Perry 0 Halftime — 1-0.Third-place match Perry 1, King 0 Halftime — 0-0. Goal — MCP: Dina Roman (1).

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