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Kubasaki's Myca Ingram lines up a shot for her seventh goal of Saturday's match against Naha Kokusai. The Dragons won 9-1.

Kubasaki's Myca Ingram lines up a shot for her seventh goal of Saturday's match against Naha Kokusai. The Dragons won 9-1. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Myca Ingram lines up a shot for her seventh goal of Saturday's match against Naha Kokusai. The Dragons won 9-1.

Kubasaki's Myca Ingram lines up a shot for her seventh goal of Saturday's match against Naha Kokusai. The Dragons won 9-1. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Gerald Walton leaps to head the ball in front of teammate Tanner Schooley and a Misato Tech defender during Saturday's boys soccer match, won by the Panthers 6-0.

Kadena's Gerald Walton leaps to head the ball in front of teammate Tanner Schooley and a Misato Tech defender during Saturday's boys soccer match, won by the Panthers 6-0. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Imani Washington leaps over the Showa Yakka goalkeeper during Saturday's boys soccer match, won by the Dragons 4-0.

Kubasaki's Imani Washington leaps over the Showa Yakka goalkeeper during Saturday's boys soccer match, won by the Dragons 4-0. (Tatiana Zamora/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Reiko Lemasters and a Naha Kokusai player battle for the ball during Saturday's girls soccer match, won by the Dragons 9-1.

Kubasaki's Reiko Lemasters and a Naha Kokusai player battle for the ball during Saturday's girls soccer match, won by the Dragons 9-1. (Tatiana Zamora/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Miles Mahlock fends off a Showa Yakka defender during Saturday's boys soccer match, won by the Dragons 4-0.

Kubasaki's Miles Mahlock fends off a Showa Yakka defender during Saturday's boys soccer match, won by the Dragons 4-0. (Tatiana Zamora/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Yokota junior Christian Sonnenberg, the Pacific record holder in the discus, lets fly during Saturday's season-opening Kanto Plain track and field meet at Camp Zama, Japan.

Yokota junior Christian Sonnenberg, the Pacific record holder in the discus, lets fly during Saturday's season-opening Kanto Plain track and field meet at Camp Zama, Japan. (Richard L. Rodgers/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kinnick's Aya Stewart brings the baton home to the finish of the 1,600 relay during Saturday's season-opening Kanto Plain track and field meet at Camp Zama, Japan.

Kinnick's Aya Stewart brings the baton home to the finish of the 1,600 relay during Saturday's season-opening Kanto Plain track and field meet at Camp Zama, Japan. (Richard L. Rodgers/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Humphreys right-hander Owen "Thor" Williams delivers against Daegu during Saturday's DODEA-Korea season-opening baseball game. The Warriors and Blackhawks split the twin bill, Daegu winning the opener 5-4 and the Blackhawks taking the nightcap 11-10.

Humphreys right-hander Owen "Thor" Williams delivers against Daegu during Saturday's DODEA-Korea season-opening baseball game. The Warriors and Blackhawks split the twin bill, Daegu winning the opener 5-4 and the Blackhawks taking the nightcap 11-10. (Yenah Joe/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu right-hander Ethan Bird delivers against Humphreys during Saturday's DODEA-Korea season-opening baseball game. The Warriors and Blackhawks split the twin bill, Daegu winning the opener 5-4 and the Blackhawks taking the nightcap 11-10.

Daegu right-hander Ethan Bird delivers against Humphreys during Saturday's DODEA-Korea season-opening baseball game. The Warriors and Blackhawks split the twin bill, Daegu winning the opener 5-4 and the Blackhawks taking the nightcap 11-10. (Yenah Joe/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu right-hander AnaMalae Tia kicks and delivers during Saturday's DODEA-Korea season-opening softball game. The Warriors swept a twin bill from Humphreys 16-0 and 21-19.

Daegu right-hander AnaMalae Tia kicks and delivers during Saturday's DODEA-Korea season-opening softball game. The Warriors swept a twin bill from Humphreys 16-0 and 21-19. (Yenah Joe/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Edgren's Ben Christenson and Kinnick's Chon Dareing battle for the ball during Saturday's boys soccer match, won by the Red Devils 8-0.

Edgren's Ben Christenson and Kinnick's Chon Dareing battle for the ball during Saturday's boys soccer match, won by the Red Devils 8-0. (Coko Magby/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kinnick goalkeeper Jazel Mendoza and Edgren striker Liam Knowles charge toward the ball during Saturday's boys soccer match, won by the Red Devils 8-0.

Kinnick goalkeeper Jazel Mendoza and Edgren striker Liam Knowles charge toward the ball during Saturday's boys soccer match, won by the Red Devils 8-0. (Coko Magby/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Edgren's Lizzy Long boots the ball against a cringing Hope McDonald of Kinnick during Saturday's girls soccer match, won by the Red Devils 6-0.

Edgren's Lizzy Long boots the ball against a cringing Hope McDonald of Kinnick during Saturday's girls soccer match, won by the Red Devils 6-0. (Coko Magby/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Edgren's Kalean Middleton and Kinnick's Maggie Arnold swerve toward the ball during Saturday's girls soccer match, won by the Red Devils 6-0.

Edgren's Kalean Middleton and Kinnick's Maggie Arnold swerve toward the ball during Saturday's girls soccer match, won by the Red Devils 6-0. (Coko Magby/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kinnick's Louis Saldana and Edgren's Isaiah Guidry make a play for the ball during Saturday's boys soccer match, won by the Red Devils 8-0.

Kinnick's Louis Saldana and Edgren's Isaiah Guidry make a play for the ball during Saturday's boys soccer match, won by the Red Devils 8-0. (Caitlin Blount/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Edgren's Kane Phillips and Kinnick's Bryan Wolf scuffle for the ball during Saturday's boys soccer match, won by the Red Devils 8-0.

Edgren's Kane Phillips and Kinnick's Bryan Wolf scuffle for the ball during Saturday's boys soccer match, won by the Red Devils 8-0. (Caitlin Blount/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Edgren's Lizzy Long and Kinnick's Sienna Ochoa chase the ball during Saturday's girls soccer match, won by the Red Devils 6-0.

Edgren's Lizzy Long and Kinnick's Sienna Ochoa chase the ball during Saturday's girls soccer match, won by the Red Devils 6-0. (Caitlin Blount/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Track and field South KoreaSaturday at Camp Humphreys (distances in meters)Boys Seoul American 260, Humphreys 128, Daegu 96, Seoul Foreign 16. Shot put — Brandon Rothe, SAHS, 11.20; Discus — Jahdai Winn, SAHS, 32.98; High jump — Jezreel Harper, SAHS, 1.83; Long jump — Harper, 6.32; 100 — Myles Haynes, SAHS, 11.56 seconds; 110 hurdles — Tim Ward, Humphreys, 16.57; 200 — Thomas Curran, Daegu, 24.75; 300 hurdles — DeAndre Rosalie, Daegu, 42.77; 400 — Eben Shelton, SAHS, 53.62; 400 relay — SAHS, 48.14; 800 — DeAndre Metcalf, SAHs, 2 minutes, 21.5 seconds; 1,600 — Brock Avise, SAHS, 4:58.5; 1,600 relay — SAHS, 3:53.5; 3,200 — Jack Newton, SAHS, 10:44.2.Girls SAHS 235, Humphreys 88, SFS 86, Daegu 65. Shot put — Ariyana Canty, Daegu, 9.34; Discus — Latisha Dolford, SAHS, 22.8; High jump — Ashley Shirriff, SAHS, 1.27; Long jump — Alyse Neal, SAHS, 4.8; 100 — Naija Keith, SAHS, 13.28 seconds; 100 hurdles — Jada McLean, SAHS, 19.9; 200 — Naija Keith, SAHS, 28.64; 300 hurdles — Anabel Medrano, SAHS, 55.32; 400 — Nicole Castro, Humphreys, 1 minute, 7.5 seconds; 400 relay — SAHS, 57.14; 800 — Grace Charnesky, SFS, 2:36.5; 1,600 — Jane Anderson, SFS, 5:54.8; 1,600 relay — SAHS, 4:42; 3,200 — Charnesky, 12:39.9.

BaseballKadena 12, St. Mary’s 2 Friday at Kadena Air BaseSt. Mary’s 002 00 — 2Kadena 203 7x — 12W — Cody Sego 3 IP (0 ER, 4 SO); L — Toshiki Aburaki 5 IP (9 ER). Batting — Panthers: Justin Wilson 2-2 (2 RBI), Sego 2-2 (2B, 2 RBI).Kadena 9, St. Mary’s 8 Friday at Kadena Air BaseSt. Mary’s 331 10 — 8Kadena 201 06x — 9W — Caleb Yasaki 1 IP (1 H, 2 SO); L — Ryusuke Saito 5 IP (6 H, 6 ER, 4 SO). Noteworthy — Owen Sinning RBI triple plated game-winning run in bottom of fifth inning.

JapanPerry 10, Kinnick 0 Friday at Yokosuka Naval BasePerry 131 401 0 — 10Kinnick 000 000 0 — 0W — Garrett Macias 7 IP (3 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 16 SO). L — Ethan Husmann. Batting — Samurai: R.J. Bolduc 2-3 (2B, 2 RBI), Michael Perez 2-4, Junior Castro 2-4. Red Devils: Kacey Walker 3-3 (2 2B).

Softball JapanKinnick 17, Perry 14 Friday at Yokosuka Naval BasePerry 124 220 3 — 14Kinnick 910 061 x — 17W — Alyssa Black 7 IP (1 H, 14 R, 22 BB, 4 SO).

Soccer Boys South KoreaSeoul American 7, Daegu 1 Saturday at Camp WalkerHalftime — 5-1. Goals — Falcons: Niko Russey 2 (3), Chaz Perryman (3), Andrew Nutter (2), David Brown (2), Brad Hilton (1); Warriors: Nathan Scheidt (2). Assists — Falcons: Russey, Nutter, John Dunleavy, Perryman.

OkinawaKubasaki 4, Showa Yakka 0 Saturday at Camp FosterHalftime — 2-0. Goals — Dragons: Imani Washington 2 (4), Matt Lemasters 2 (3). Assists — Dragons: Joshua Swen, Miles Mahlock, Will Wagner.Kadena 6, Misato Tech 0 Saturday at Kadena Air BaseHalftime — 2-0. Goals — Panthers: Guy Renquist 2 (4), Diego Rodriguez (3), Kian Smith (2), B.J. Lyons (2), own goal. Assists — Panthers: Smith, Gabe Peredo, Rodriguez.

JapanKinnick 8, Edgren 0 Saturday at Misawa Air BaseHalftime — 5-0. Goals — Red Devils: Bryan Wolf 3 (6), Deams Fitzgerald (2), Scott Flowe (2), Brandon Kong (2), Joe Aucoin (1), Chon Dareing (1). Assists — Red Devils: Wolf 2, Flowe 2, Dareing, Tom Wenke, Aki Siibo.Perry Cup Tournament Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniCanadian Academy 3, Perry 0 Halftime — 1-0.Yokota 4, Marist Brothers 0 Halftime — 2-0. Goals — Panthers: Keanu McElroy 2 (2), Cole Grimes (1), Anthony Gutierrez (1).Canadian Academy 5, King 0 Halftime — 2-0.Perry 6, King 0 Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Samurai: Tyson Moore 2 (4), Kai Lange (4), Aidan Lewis (2), Nathan Bokamper (1), David Shoebrook (1). Assists — Samurai: Lewis, Vince Ermitano.Yokota 2, Canadian Academy 2 Halftime — Yokota 1-0. Goals — Panthers: McElroy (3), Dylan Grimes (2).Canadian Academy 7, King 0 Halftime — 6-0.Marist Brothers 3, King 2 Halftime — 2-1. Goals — Cobras: Ryan Bryant (1), Austin Haven (1).Canadian Academy 5, Marist Brothers 1 Halftime — 1-1.Yokota 2, Perry 0 Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Panthers: Connor Standbridge (1), Dakota Peltzer (1). Assist — Panthers: Gutierrez. Noteworthy — Canadian Academy won the tournament on goal differential over Yokota.

Girls South KoreaSeoul American 3, Daegu 1 Saturday at Camp WalkerHalftime — 3-0. Goals — Falcons: Ashley Clifton 2 (3), Natalie Cargill (2); Warriors: Sarah Spavins (2). Assists — Falcons: Fran Vido, Clifton.

OkinawaKadena 3, Maehara 0 Saturday at Kadena Air BaseHalftime — 2-0. Goals — Panthers: Shani Summers (3), Adri Gomez (2), Madi Dooghan (1). Assists — Panthers: Pam Barrett 3.Kubasaki 9, Naha Kokusai 1 Halftime — 7-0. Goals — Dragons: Myca Ingram 7 (9), Alexis Townsend (2), Kennady White (1). Assists — Dragons: Townsend 2, Kelsey Spangenberger (2), Reiko Lemasters, White, Talea Wilcox.

JapanKinnick 6, Edgren 0 Saturday at Misawa Air BaseHalftime — 3-0. Goals — Red Devils: Athena Peerson 2 (3), Kiralyn Kawachi (5), Sienna Ochoa (2), Ella Eisenhardt (1), Abigale Perryman (1). Assists — Red Devils: Kawachi, Eisenhardt, Maggie Arnold.Perry 9, King 0 Saturday at Sasebo Naval Base Halftime — 8-0. Goals — Samurai: Bobbi Hill 4 (15), Naomi Ziola 3 (8), Emily Gilbert 2 (3). Assists — Samurai: Ziola, Dani Romeo. Saves — Samurai: Angel Cadavos 2.American School In Japan 8, Yokohama 1 Saturday at TokyoHalftime — 3-0. Goals — Mustangs: Erin Blank 2 (4), Taylor France 2 (3), Rikako Kent 2 (2), Zoe Mack (1), Lilly Snell (1). Assists — Mustangs: Kent (2), Snell, Jasmine Long, Lisa Okasaki.


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