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Seoul American's Jack Newton leads the way in the home stretch of the 3,200 in Saturday's season-opening DODEA-Korea meet at Humphreys. Newton, the reigning Korea cross country champion, won both the 1,600 and 3,200 on Saturday.
Seoul American's Jack Newton leads the way in the home stretch of the 3,200 in Saturday's season-opening DODEA-Korea meet at Humphreys. Newton, the reigning Korea cross country champion, won both the 1,600 and 3,200 on Saturday. (Chloe Byrd/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Seoul American's Jack Newton leads the way in the home stretch of the 3,200 in Saturday's season-opening DODEA-Korea meet at Humphreys. Newton, the reigning Korea cross country champion, won both the 1,600 and 3,200 on Saturday.
Seoul American's Jack Newton leads the way in the home stretch of the 3,200 in Saturday's season-opening DODEA-Korea meet at Humphreys. Newton, the reigning Korea cross country champion, won both the 1,600 and 3,200 on Saturday. (Chloe Byrd/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Tim Ward anchors the Blackhawks to victory in the 400 relay during Saturday's season-opening DODEA-Korea meet at Camp Humphreys. Humphreys won in 45.38 seconds.
Humphreys' Tim Ward anchors the Blackhawks to victory in the 400 relay during Saturday's season-opening DODEA-Korea meet at Camp Humphreys. Humphreys won in 45.38 seconds. (Chloe Byrd/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Seoul American's Quintin Metcalf leads the pack down the stretch of the boys 800 during Saturday's season-opening DODEA-Korea meet at Camp Humphreys. Metcalf won in 2 minutes, 10.9 seconds. He won Most Valuable Player honors in last month's Far East Division I Basketball Tournament.
Seoul American's Quintin Metcalf leads the pack down the stretch of the boys 800 during Saturday's season-opening DODEA-Korea meet at Camp Humphreys. Metcalf won in 2 minutes, 10.9 seconds. He won Most Valuable Player honors in last month's Far East Division I Basketball Tournament. (Chloe Byrd/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Matthew C. Perry's Colin Ernst leads the charge upfield against Yokota during Saturday's Perry Cup boys soccer match. The Panthers edged the Samurai 1-0 and finished second in the tournament, while host Perry finished fourth.
Matthew C. Perry's Colin Ernst leads the charge upfield against Yokota during Saturday's Perry Cup boys soccer match. The Panthers edged the Samurai 1-0 and finished second in the tournament, while host Perry finished fourth. (Melissa Valdez/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Matthew C. Perry's David Shoebrook, left, chases down the ball during Saturday's Perry Cup boys soccer match. Noda Gakuen won 5-2 and won the tournament. The host Samurai finished fourth.
Matthew C. Perry's David Shoebrook, left, chases down the ball during Saturday's Perry Cup boys soccer match. Noda Gakuen won 5-2 and won the tournament. The host Samurai finished fourth. (Melissa Valdez/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Osan's Maja Inthavixay and Daegu's Sarah Spavins battle for the ball during Saturday's season-opening Korea Blue soccer match, won by the Cougars 5-0.
Osan's Maja Inthavixay and Daegu's Sarah Spavins battle for the ball during Saturday's season-opening Korea Blue soccer match, won by the Cougars 5-0. (Angela Root/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Seoul American's launches a penalty kick try against Humphreys during Saturday's season-opening Korea blue match. Dunleavy missed, but the host Falcons won 1-0.
Seoul American's launches a penalty kick try against Humphreys during Saturday's season-opening Korea blue match. Dunleavy missed, but the host Falcons won 1-0. (Weston Graves/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Seoul American's Caitlin Jones dribbles between two Humphreys defenders Dezire Maldonado and Hayden Orr during Saturday's season-opening Korea blue match, won by the host Falcons 1-0.
Seoul American's Caitlin Jones dribbles between two Humphreys defenders Dezire Maldonado and Hayden Orr during Saturday's season-opening Korea blue match, won by the host Falcons 1-0. (Weston Graves/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Seoul American's Any Arnold dribbles between two Humphreys defenders during Saturday's season-opening Korea blue match, won by the host Falcons 1-0.
Seoul American's Any Arnold dribbles between two Humphreys defenders during Saturday's season-opening Korea blue match, won by the host Falcons 1-0. (Weston Graves/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Daegu's Neena Ibit sends a goal kick downfield against Osan  during Saturday's season-opening Korea Blue soccer match, won by the Cougars 5-0.
Daegu's Neena Ibit sends a goal kick downfield against Osan during Saturday's season-opening Korea Blue soccer match, won by the Cougars 5-0. (Angela Root/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Daegu's Mylisse Spurgon and Osan's Elizabeth White battle for the ball during Saturday's season-opening Korea Blue soccer match, won by the Cougars 5-0.
Daegu's Mylisse Spurgon and Osan's Elizabeth White battle for the ball during Saturday's season-opening Korea Blue soccer match, won by the Cougars 5-0. (Angela Root/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Daegu's Cody Cantrell and Osan's Minsung Kim battle for the ball during Saturday's season-opening Korea Blue soccer match, won by the Warriors 6-1.
Daegu's Cody Cantrell and Osan's Minsung Kim battle for the ball during Saturday's season-opening Korea Blue soccer match, won by the Warriors 6-1. (Angela Root/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Track and field South KoreaSaturday at Camp Humphreys (hand timed)Boys Seoul American 188, Humphreys 143, Daegu 51, Osan 40 Shot put — Samson Dakuwaga, Yongsan, 12.69 meters; Discus — Dakuwaga, 32.18; High jump — Quintin Metcalf, Seoul, 1.78; Long jump — Levi Johnson, Seoul, 6.58; 100 — Joe Ulloth, Daegu, 11.46 seconds; 110 hurdles — Christian Williams, Seoul, 16.82; 200 — Thomas Curran, Daegu, 24.27; 300 hurdles — Cullen Areinego, Humphreys, 45.34; 400 — Curran, 54.25; 400 relay — Humphreys (Shvoda Gregory, Areinego, Miles Brice, Tim Ward), 45.38; 800 — Metcalf, 2 minutes, 10.9 seconds; 1,600 — Jack Newton, Seoul, 4:54.6; 1,600 relay — Humphreys (Ward, Areinego, Jalen Hill, Jaylin Horne), 3:49.1; 3,200 — Newton, 10:44.3.Girls Seoul American 184, Humphreys 95, Seoul Foreign 45, Osan 32 Shot put — Charlotte Nouwen, SFS, 7.32 meters; Discus — Nouwen, 25.90; High jump — Ma’at Hetep, Humphreys, .92; Long jump — Ryan Duncan, Humphreys, 5.0; 100 — Alyse Neal, SAHS, 13.45 seconds; 100 hurdles — Alexandria Easterling, SAHS, 26.5; 200 — Neal, 27.64; 300 hurdles — Amarianna Casey, Daegu, time unavailable; 400 — Brinkley Garner, SAHS, 1 minute, 6.1 seconds; 400 relay — SAHS (Azali Pigniat, Nadia Sykes, Makayla Garner, Neal), 57.57; 800 — Chloe Byrd, SAHS, 2:45.1; 1,600 — Byrd, 5:52.8; 1,600 relay — Humphreys (Brianna Murray, Lexi Serrato, Sydney Wilson, Duncan), 4:47.0; 3,200 — Byrd, 13:10.2.

OkinawaSaturday at Kadena Air Base (fully-automated timed)Boys Kadena 101, Zion Christian 39, Okinawa Christian 31, Kubasaki 24 Shot put — James White, Kadena, 31 feet, 9 inches; Discus — White, 105-5; High jump — Donte Savoy, Kadena, 6-0; Long jump — Stephen Kelly, ZCAI, 17-11¾; 100 — Patrick Houston, OCSI, 12.06 seconds; 200 — Houston, 24.36; 400 — Sam Calvin, OCSI, 55.17; 400 relay — Kadena (Keonte Caines, Brayden Frederick, Tamaan Ruffin, Jericho Williams), 46.91; 800 — Hayden Bills, Kadena, 2 minutes, 8.5 seconds; 1,600 — Bills, 4:58.1; 1,600 relay — Kadena (Courtney Davis, Ross Erlenbach, Javonte Morris, Trevor Williams), 3:49.0; 3,200 — Aziel Rubero, Kadena, 11:01.6; 3,200 relay — Kadena (T. Williams, Davis, Bills, Keegan Lewellen), 9:05.4.Girls Kadena 88, Kubasaki 87, Zion Christian 34, Okinawa Christian 9 Shot put — Nikeria Albritton, Kadena, 35 feet, 6 inches; Discus — Kimberlee Bankhead, ZCAI, 94-2; High jump — Sophia Brown, Kubasaki, 4-6; Long jump — Gabriella Provost, Kubasaki, 14-8; 100 — Tia Calvin, OCSI, 13.64 seconds; 100 hurdles — Jatavia Callier, Kubasaki, 17.95; 200 — Nala Gardner, Kubasaki, 28.05; 300 hurdles — Callier, 51.97; 400 — Elizabeth Joy, Kubasaki, 1 minute, 3.9 seconds; 400 relay — Kubasaki (Provost, Taisha Fair, Gardner, Savannah Fermin), 52.48; 800 — Lydia Bills, Kadena, 2:36.3; 1,600 — Wren Renquist, Kadena, 5:47.0; 1,600 relay — Kubasaki (Provost, Fair, Joy, Brown), 4:23.2; 3,200 — Renquist, 12:09.7; 3,200 relay — Kadena (Bills, Maia Connor, Adelaide Grainger, Mayumi Webb), 11:15.8.

JapanSaturday at Yokota Air BaseBoys St. Mary’s 130, American School In Japan 116, Nile C. Kinnick 109, Christian Academy Japan 57, Zama 32, Yokota 21 Shot put — Alec Austin, Kinnick, 13.08 meters; Discus — Austin, 40.78; High jump — Toki Schafer, St. Mary’s, 1.75; Long jump — James Sease, ASIJ, 5.18; 100 — Kaito Suzuki, CAJ, 11.03 seconds; 110 hurdles — Schafer, 17.76; 200 — Suzuki, 22.95; 300 hurdles — Kaito Taira, St. Mary’s, 47.54; 400 — Britt Sease, ASIJ, 48.35; 400 relay — Kinnick (DeShawn Williams, Chauncey Jamerson, Kamren Estoesta, Isaiah Brown), 46.48; 800 — Luke Rogen, ASIJ, 2 minutes, 4.78 seconds; 1,600 — Leon Pokrovsky, St. Mary’s, 4:40.84; 1,600 relay — ASIJ (B. Sease, Hiroki Iino, Dean Hahne, Rogen), 3:35.82; 3,200 — Hunter Lund, Zama, 10:06.29;Girls Kinnick 151, ASIJ 100, Zama 67, Robert D. Edgren 46, Yokota 38, CAJ 22 Shot put — Brianna Hunter, Edgren, 11.79 meters (Pacific record; old record 11.02 by Tanny Rivera, Guam, 1997); Discus — Hunter, 30.29; High jump — Exotica Hall, Kinnick, 1.56; Long jump — Lisa Masayama, ASIJ, 4.18; 100 — Tasia Nelson, Zama, 12.92; 100 hurdles — Britney Bailey, Yokota, 16.18; 200 — Nelson, 26.47; 300 hurdles — Bailey, 48.91; 400 — Jocelyn Meyer, ASIJ, 1 minute, 5.88 seconds; 400 relay — Zama (Gwen Anderson, Ti’Ara Carroll, Carrington Rose, Nelson), 53.59; 800 — Erin Stonebarger, Kinnick, 2:35.82; 1,600 — Lisa Watanuki, ASIJ, 5:34.79; 1,600 relay — Yokota (Cymetrius Jefferson, Hanna Robbins, Letycia Lynch, Bailey), 4:32.65; 3,200 — Watanuki, 11:36.00.

Baseball JapanASIJ 9, Yokota 1 Saturday at Yokota Air BaseMustangs 403 020 000 — 9 11 1Panthers 000 001 000 — 1 5 2W — Ryan Vo 3 IP (2 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 9 SO); L — T.J. Reney 3 IP (7 H, 7 ER, 2 BB, 4 SO. Batting — Mustangs: Kai Shimojo 2-4 (3 RBI), Max Fu 2-2, 2 RBI, 2SB), Kenichiro Bernier 2-5, Vo 2-3 (2B, 2 RBI). Panthers: Sean Caffrey 3-3, Reney 2-3 (2 SB). Noteworthy — Three-time defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Mustangs take down two-time defending Far East Division II champion Panthers.Matthew C. Perry 8, Zama 0 Saturday at Camp ZamaTrojans 000 00 — 0Samurai 510 2x — 8W — Peace Gates 5 IP (2 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 12 SO). Batting — Samurai: Garrett Macias (3 SB), Chad Schuch (3 SB).Perry 11, Zama 2 Saturday at Camp ZamaTrojans 200 — 2Samurai 0(11)x — 11W — Schuch 2 IP (1 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 4 SO). Batting — Samurai: Macias 2-3, Eli Perez (2 RBI); Trojans: Josh Bayardo 2-2 (2B).Kinnick 8, Edgren 3 Saturday at Yokosuka Naval BaseEagles 120 00 — 3Red Devils 410 3x — 8W — Castro 3 IP (1 SO); L — Ramirez. Batting — Red Devils: Kacey Walker (3 RBI), Urrete 3 H, Castro 2 H.Kinnick 8, Edgren 4 Saturday at Yokosuka Naval BaseEagles 210 01 — 4Red Devils 303 2x — 8W — Acosta 4 1/3 IP (1 H, 2 R, 4 BB, 9 SO); L — Ramirez 2 IP (4 H, 6 R, 3 BB, 0 SO). Batting — Red Devils: Walker (3 2B, 3 RBI).Kinnick 10, Edgren 1 Friday at Yokosuka Naval BaseEagles 100 00 — 1Red Devils 100 9x — 10W — Walker 4 IP (10 SO); L — Christian Enyeart 3 IP (1 SO). Batting — Red Devils: Harry Cheng (3B, 3 RBI).

Softball JapanZama 24, Perry 15 Saturday at Camp ZamaSamurai 96 — 15 8 2Trojans (15)9 — 24 13 5W — Paris Hingel 2 IP (8 H, 15 ER, 10 BB, 1 SO); L — Haley Greulich 2 IP (13 H, 24 ER, 13 BB, 3 SO). Batting — Trojans: Krisha Reyes 2-3 (2 RBI), Ally Chiarenza (2 RBI), Kiara Coleman (2 RBI), Hannah Schindler 3-4 (4 RBI); Samurai: Greulich 2-2 (2 RBI), Hayes 2-2 (2 RBI).Zama 37, Perry 7 Saturday at Camp ZamaTrojans (11)(26) — 37 19 0Samurai 52 — 7 3 4W — Reyes 2 IP (3 H, 6 ER, 6 BB, 2 SO); L — Greulich 1 1/3 IP (10 H, 23 ER, 13 BB, 1 SO). Batting — Trojans: Reyes 2-2 (2B, 3B, 4 BB, 6 RBI), Hingel 2-5 (3 BB), Chiarenza 4-4 (2B, 3B, HR, 8 RBI), Ayumi Davis 2-2 (3 BB, 2 3B, 5 RBI), Schindler 2-2 (2B), Litzie Figueroa 2-3.Zama 31, Perry 3 Friday at Camp ZamaTrojans (13)(10)8 — 31 13 3Samurai 111 — 3 1 2W — Chiarenza 2 2/3 IP (1 H, 2 ER, 5 BB, 6 SO). Batting — Trojans: Reyes 2-2 (3 BB, 2 RBI), Chiarenza 4-4 (HR, 8 RBI), Coleman (2B, 3 RBI), Davis 3-5 (2B, 4 RBI). Samurai: Alexis Mojica (2 RBI).E.J. King 18, Yokota 9 Friday at Yokota Air BaseCobras 231 063 3 — 18 4 4Panthers 050 013 0 — 9 8 7W — Juliana Betancourt 7 IP (8 H, 3 ER, 7 BB, 12 SO); L — Ashley Woodruff 4 2/3 IP (2 H, 8 ER, 9 BB, 1 SO). Batting — Cobras: Sakura Boyd 2-2 (3 R); Panthers: Katie Lambie 2-4 (2B, 4 RBI). Noteworthy — Cobras took advantage of 16 walks and seven errors.

Soccer Boys South KoreaSeoul American 9, Humphreys 1 Saturday at Yongsan GarrisonHalftime — 6-1. Goals — Falcons: Ben Nagy 3 (3), T.J. Carver 2 (2), Jan Rodriguez (1), James Rivet (1), Nathan Scheidt (1), Jeff Hindman (1); Blackhawks: Jonathan Houghton (2). Assists — Falcons: Danny Berdine, Michael Mitchell, Andrew Dodge, Hindman, Rodriguez, Carver. Noteworthy — Falcons won in the 50th minute due to the league mercy rule.Daegu 6, Osan 1 Saturday at Camp WalkerHalftime — 2-1. Goals — Warriors: Nikolai Champaco 2 (2), Cody Cantrell (1), Giovanni Garrido (1), Hunter Lane (1), Mitchel Champaco (1); Cougars: Minsung Kim (1). Assists — Warriors: Mi. Champaco 2, Garrido, Ethan Koenig.

JapanPerry Cup Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniMarist Brothers 5, Edgren 1 Halftime — 3-0. Goal — Eagles: Joshua Hartley (1). Assist — Eagles: Tariq Lewis.Noda Gakuen 5, Perry 2 Halftime — Noda Gakuen 2-0. Goals — Samurai: Andrew Borrero (1), Nathan Bokamper (1). Assists — Samurai: Kai Lange, Aidan Lewis.Yokota 5, Canadian Academy 0 Halftime — 4-0. Goals — Panthers: Keanu McElroy 3 (4), Eli Newton 2 (2). Assists — Panthers: Dylan Grimes 2, Danny Cordoba, Ethan Shenk.Marist Brothers 3, King 1 Halftime — 3-0. Goal — Cobras: Cain Breyette (1).Yokota 1, Perry 0 Halftime — 1-0. Goal — Panthers: Grimes (5). Noteworthy — Panthers (3-1) take second place, going 3-1 behind Noda Gakuen (4-0). Host Samurai finish fourth behind Canadian Academy.Noda Gakuen 4, Canadian Academy 3 Edgren 1, King 1 Halftime — 1-1. Goals — Eagles: Isaiah Robinson (1); Cobras, Colby Carroll (1). Assist — Eagles: Christopher Urbina.

Girls South KoreaSeoul American 1, Humphreys 0 Saturday at Yongsan GarrisonHalftime — 1-0. Goal — Falcons: Fran Vido (1). Assist — Falcons: Fabiola Nigaglioni. Saves — Falcons: Angie Avise 6. Noteworthy — Falcons won season opener by scoring 3:35 into the first half.Osan 5, Daegu 0 Saturday at Camp WalkerHalftime — 2-0. Goals — Cougars: Allison Marek 2 (2), Elizabeth White 2 (2), Jana Rafi (1). Assists — Cougars: Marek 2, Maja Inthavixay 2, Rafi. Noteworthy — Haille Nugent picked up the win in her first start as Cougars goalkeeper.

OkinawaKubasaki 2, Eastman FC 2 Saturday at Camp FosterFirst period — Dragons 2-0. Second period — Dragons 2-0. Goals — Dragons: Myca Ingram 2 (2). Assists — Dragons: Marissa Wagner 2.Kadena 1, Naha Kokusai 0 Saturday at Kadena Air BaseFirst period — 0-0. Second period — 0-0. Goal — Panthers: Jah’laynah Craion (1). Assist — Panthers: Pam Barrett.

JapanZama 6, St. Maur 1 Saturday at Camp ZamaHalftime — 6-1. Goals — Trojans: Amanda Stephens 3 (4), Rachel Norton 2 (3), Kayesha McNeill (1). Assists — Trojans: Siobhan Grabski 2, McNeill, Megan Harris, Amaya Peruccio.Yokota 6, Edgren 0 Saturday at Sasebo Naval BaseHalftime — 3-0. Goals — Panthers: Regina Dukat 3 (3), Ai Robbins 2 (3), Jamia Bailey (3). Assists — Panthers: Dukat, Robbins.King 2, Edgren 2 Saturday at Sasebo Naval BaseHalftime — 1-1. Goals — Eagles: Lizzy Long 2 (2); Cobras: Gabi Shultz (6), Claire May (1).ASIJ 4, Perry 1 Saturday at Camp ZamaHalftime — 3-0. Goals — Mustangs: Rikako Kent 2 (3), Lisa Okazaki (1), Izzy Franz (1); Samurai: Bobbi Hill (15). Assist — Mustangs: Erin Chang.

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