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Kubasaki second baseman Nicholaz Aguirre fires a relay throw past Kadena baserunner Jake Mariano during Tuesday's season-opening Okinawa baseball game. The Panthers won 8-7.
Kubasaki second baseman Nicholaz Aguirre fires a relay throw past Kadena baserunner Jake Mariano during Tuesday's season-opening Okinawa baseball game. The Panthers won 8-7. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki second baseman Nicholaz Aguirre fires a relay throw past Kadena baserunner Jake Mariano during Tuesday's season-opening Okinawa baseball game. The Panthers won 8-7.
Kubasaki second baseman Nicholaz Aguirre fires a relay throw past Kadena baserunner Jake Mariano during Tuesday's season-opening Okinawa baseball game. The Panthers won 8-7. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Jeffrey Owens dives back to first ahead of a pickoff throw to Kadena first baseman Cyan Buck during Tuesday's season-opening Okinawa baseball game. The Panthers won 8-7.
Kubasaki's Jeffrey Owens dives back to first ahead of a pickoff throw to Kadena first baseman Cyan Buck during Tuesday's season-opening Okinawa baseball game. The Panthers won 8-7. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Will Richardson delivers against Kubasaki during Tuesday's season-opening Okinawa baseball game. The Panthers won 8-7. Richardson did not figure in the decision.
Kadena's Will Richardson delivers against Kubasaki during Tuesday's season-opening Okinawa baseball game. The Panthers won 8-7. Richardson did not figure in the decision. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Kyte Mettke wheels around third base toward home plate against Kadena during Tuesday's season-opening Okinawa baseball game. Mettke went 3-for-4 and scored twice, but the Panthers won 8-7.
Kubasaki's Kyte Mettke wheels around third base toward home plate against Kadena during Tuesday's season-opening Okinawa baseball game. Mettke went 3-for-4 and scored twice, but the Panthers won 8-7. (Asahi Wayt/For Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Nick Patton delivers against Kadena during Tuesday's season-opening Okinawa baseball game. The Panthers won 8-7. Patton exited after five innings with a 7-4 lead and did not figure in the decision.
Kubasaki's Nick Patton delivers against Kadena during Tuesday's season-opening Okinawa baseball game. The Panthers won 8-7. Patton exited after five innings with a 7-4 lead and did not figure in the decision. (Isabella Leon/For Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Will Richardson delivers against Kubasaki during Tuesday's season-opening Okinawa baseball game. The Panthers won 8-7. Richardson did not figure in the decision.
Kadena's Will Richardson delivers against Kubasaki during Tuesday's season-opening Okinawa baseball game. The Panthers won 8-7. Richardson did not figure in the decision. (Isabella Leon/For Stars and Stripes)

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Baseball OkinawaKadena 8, Kubasaki 7 Tuesday at Camp FosterPanthers 013 003 1—8 9 7Dragons 202 210 0—7 7 7W — Ethan Boerigter, 3 IP (3 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 2 SO, 1 WP); L — Kyte Mettke, 2 IP (4 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 2 SO). Batting — Panthers: Will Richardson 2-3, Jeremiah Sprague 2-4, Dimitri Guy (3B, 3 RDI); Dragons: Mettke 3-4 (2B), Nicholaz Aguirre (2 RBI). Noteworthy — Guy’s fielder’s-choice run-scoring grounder gave the Panthers the lead in the seventh.

Softball GuamAcademy of Our Lady of Guam 22, Guam High 10 Monday at MangilaoPanthers 000 91—10Cougars 2(12)2 6x—22Batting — Panthers: Rianna Tominez 2-4 (HR).

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