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Kadena freshman Rene Roberts-Kelly delivers against Kubasaki during Friday's Okinawa softball game. Roberts-Kelly scattered nine hits, walked two and struck out eight as the Dragons and Panthers played to an 8-8 draw.
Kadena freshman Rene Roberts-Kelly delivers against Kubasaki during Friday's Okinawa softball game. Roberts-Kelly scattered nine hits, walked two and struck out eight as the Dragons and Panthers played to an 8-8 draw. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena freshman Rene Roberts-Kelly delivers against Kubasaki during Friday's Okinawa softball game. Roberts-Kelly scattered nine hits, walked two and struck out eight as the Dragons and Panthers played to an 8-8 draw.
Kadena freshman Rene Roberts-Kelly delivers against Kubasaki during Friday's Okinawa softball game. Roberts-Kelly scattered nine hits, walked two and struck out eight as the Dragons and Panthers played to an 8-8 draw. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Haley Patton kicks and delivers against Kadena during Friday's Okinawa softball game. Patton scattered nine hits, walked two and struck out four as the Dragons and Panthers played to an 8-8 draw.
Kubasaki's Haley Patton kicks and delivers against Kadena during Friday's Okinawa softball game. Patton scattered nine hits, walked two and struck out four as the Dragons and Panthers played to an 8-8 draw. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Mylien Tull lays down a sacrifice bunt against Kubasaki during Friday's Okinawa softball game. The Dragons and Panthers played to an 8-8 draw.
Kadena's Mylien Tull lays down a sacrifice bunt against Kubasaki during Friday's Okinawa softball game. The Dragons and Panthers played to an 8-8 draw. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Kailah Jennings connects for an in-the-park home run against Kubasaki during Friday's Okinawa softball game. The Dragons and Panthers played to an 8-8 draw.
Kadena's Kailah Jennings connects for an in-the-park home run against Kubasaki during Friday's Okinawa softball game. The Dragons and Panthers played to an 8-8 draw. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
A fan lends support to Kadena center fielder Savannah Barnett during Friday's Okinawa softball game against Kubasaki The Dragons and Panthers played to an 8-8 draw.
A fan lends support to Kadena center fielder Savannah Barnett during Friday's Okinawa softball game against Kubasaki The Dragons and Panthers played to an 8-8 draw. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki first baseman Alyssa Frank snags a foul popup against Kadena during Friday's Okinawa softball game. The Dragons and Panthers played to an 8-8 draw.
Kubasaki first baseman Alyssa Frank snags a foul popup against Kadena during Friday's Okinawa softball game. The Dragons and Panthers played to an 8-8 draw. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Daegu's Junelle Abaya and Humphreys' Riley Ashcraft battle for the ball during Saturday's Korea girls soccer match. The Warriors won 1-0.
Daegu's Junelle Abaya and Humphreys' Riley Ashcraft battle for the ball during Saturday's Korea girls soccer match. The Warriors won 1-0. (Brian McCollum/For Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Sora Hall kicks the ball in the open field against Daegu during Saturday's Korea girls soccer match. Hall and the Blackhawks won 4-0.
Humphreys' Sora Hall kicks the ball in the open field against Daegu during Saturday's Korea girls soccer match. Hall and the Blackhawks won 4-0. (Brian McCollum/For Stars and Stripes)
Osan's Jimena Rivera and Daegu's Summer Brennan scuffle for the ball during Saturday's Korea girls soccer match. The Warriors won 1-0.
Osan's Jimena Rivera and Daegu's Summer Brennan scuffle for the ball during Saturday's Korea girls soccer match. The Warriors won 1-0. (Brian McCollum/For Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Arielle Stickar settles the ball between Osan's Jimena Rivera and Celes Matthews during Saturday's Korea girls soccer match. Stickar scored five times as the Blackhawks shut out the Cougars 6-0.
Humphreys' Arielle Stickar settles the ball between Osan's Jimena Rivera and Celes Matthews during Saturday's Korea girls soccer match. Stickar scored five times as the Blackhawks shut out the Cougars 6-0. (Jessica J. McCollum/For Stars and Stripes)

High school

Tennis GuamSaturday at TamuningBoys Harvest Christian Academy 32, Guam High 12 Singles Anthony Gregoire def. Mark Hayes-Ayala 8-0, David Chae def. Luke Magrath 8-6.Doubles Keisei Clark and Kangsan Yoon def. Ezra Scheuermann and Trevor Dill 8-5, Rhys Mantanona and Chris Brooks def. Kai Abel and Derex DeVera 8-1.

Beach volleyball GuamSaturday at DededoBoys A teamsFather Duenas Memorial Maroon def. Guam 21-12, 21-14 B teamsFather Duenas Maroon def. Guam 21-11, 21-8 C teamsFather Duenas Maroon def. Guam 21-7, 21-7Girls A teamsAcademy of Our Lady def. Guam Gold 21-17, 21-8 B teamsOur Lady def. Guam Gold 21-5, 21-17 C teamsOur Lady def. Guam Gold 21-7, 21-8 Aces — Panthers: Ha’ane Losongco 5. A teamsSt. John's Black def. Guam Blue 21-13, 25-23 B teamsSt. John's Black def. Guam Blue 21-18, 21-10 C teamsSt. John's Black def. Guam Blue 21-7, 21-6 Aces — Panthers: Elisabelle Maratita 5. Friday at Dededo A teamsOur Lady def. Guam Blue 21-14, 21-23, 15-9 B teamsOur Lady def. Guam Blue 21-6, 21-4 C teamsOur Lady def. Guam Blue 21-11, 21-19 Kills — Panthers Blue: Kamryn Thompson 8. Aces — Panthers Blue: Reese Artero 6, Jada Alcantara 5, Eden French 5. Block points — Panthers Blue: Thompson 5. A teamsSt. John’s Black def. Guam Gold 21-5, 21-5 B teamsSt. John’s Black def. Guam Gold 21-8, 21-10 C teamsSt. John’s Black def. Guam Gold 21-7, 21-11 Digs — Panthers Gold: Maegan Sheffield 7, Ha’ane Cruz 5.

Track and field OkinawaKadena intrasquad Saturday at Kadena Air Base (Distances in meters)Boys Shot put — Caleb Wise-Burton 10.91 meters, discus — Wise-Burton 24.11, high jump — Andrew Wake 1.68 (fewer attempts), long jump — Troy O’Connor 5.77, triple jump — Winston Clarke 9.65, 100 — Marques McDonald 11.16 seconds, 110 hurdles — Kevonte Speight 19.81, 200 — Speight 21.81, 300 hurdles — Speight 44.92, 400 — Christian Espitia 52.21, 400 relay — (McDonald, Speight, Nathan Gimble, Bridger Espinosa 45.25), 800 — Keith Toncu 2 minutes, 12.15 seconds, 1,600 — Cullen Oglesbee 4:51.82, 1,600 relay (McDonald, Espitia, Miguel Fontanilla, Joe Renquist 3:40.82), 3,200 — Oglesbee 11:07.47, 3,200 relay — (Ethan Allar, Toncu, Oglesbee, Joshua Corrado 9:15.94).Girls Shot put — Destiny Richardson 7.80 meters, discus — Richardson 18.60, high jump — Shaunay Rose 1.50, long jump — Joan Buysman 3.61, triple jump — Grace Carey 9.19, 100 — Tiare Schmid 13.93 seconds, 200 — Carey 26.78, 400 — Carey 1 minute, 2.35 seconds, 800 — Isamar Vargas 2:35.38, 1,600 — Karise Johnson 5:47.40, 1,600 relay — (Carey, Rose, Saya Jones, Marelys Rodriguez 4:39.43), 3,200 — Sierra Taysom 13:46.24, 3,200 relay — (Johnson, Vargas, Taysom, Sara Corrado, 10:41.25).

South KoreaHumphreys March Madness Meet Saturday at Camp Humphreys (All times hand-held, distances in meters)Boys Humphreys 170, Osan 132, Daegu 68 Shot put — Ethan Elliott, Blackhawks, 11.69 meters; Discus — Gregory Lunn, Cougars, 29.34; Long jump — Darnell Wilks, Blackhawks, 5.08; Triple jump — Edward Kim, Cougars, 9.31; 100 — Wilks, 11.90 seconds; 200 — Anthony Torrance, Warriors, 25.57; 400 — Kaleb Jett, Blackhawks, 1 minute, 2.10 seconds; 400 relay — Blackhawks (Jaron Foreman, Johnathan Smith, Cade White, Wilks), 50.65; 800 — Parker Hendrickson, Cougars, 2:21.39; 1,600 — Hendrickson, 5:19.87; 3,200 — Hendrickson, 11:39.95; 3,200 relay — Humphreys (Jackson Bauer, Jacob Hong, Isaac Brown, Joshua Newson), 10:24.37.Girls Humphreys 159, Daegu 78, Osan 77 Shot put — Jewlya Arrington, Blackhawks, 7.93 meters; Discus — Arrington, 24.72; Long jump — Alexis Jeffress, Cougars, 3.84; 100 — Chasity Johnson, Blackhawks, 12.37; 100 hurdles — Kayla Randall, Warriors, 21.94; 200 — Johnson, 27.91; 300 hurdles — Gwyneth Blaustein, Cougars, 1 minute, 13.64 seconds; 400 — Johnson, 1:07.33; 400 relay — Blackhawks (Freedom Cody, Elizabeth Troxel, Aneres Peoples, Johnson (55.35); 800 — Hannah Rickett, Blackhawks, 2:56.31; 1,600 — Eliza LeBlanc, Cougars, 7:27.66; 3,200 — Hanna Chung, Blackhawks, 13:38.61; 3,200 relay — Blackhawks (Cody, Chung, Rickett, Isabelle Sloveskosky), 12:17.43.

Cross country GuamThursday at Agana Heights, 3.12-mile courseBoys Guam 21, St. John’s 40 1, Alex Clark, Knights, 19 minutes 45.3 seconds; 2, Joseph Schwartz, Panthers, 20:04.8; 3, Anthony Pellosma, Panthers, 20:17.2; 4, Alex Rink, Panthers, 20:20.2; 5, Trayton Crandel, Panthers, 20:22.3; 6, Leyton Milner, Knights, 21:02.9; 7, Sean Muller, Panthers, 21:14.0; 8, Liam Welch, Panthers, 21:23.4; 9, Aidan Puga, Panthers, 21:26.0; 10, Evan Horn, Panthers, 21:49.6.Girls Guam 20, St. John’s 38 1, Molly Lang, Panthers, 21 minutes, 29.0 seconds; 2, Liliana Fennessey, Panthers, 21:38.7; 3, Jordan Baden, Knights, 21:55.6; 4, Sameha Wilbanks, Panthers, 22:25.2; 5, Hailey Burns, Panthers, 25:45.9; 6, Maeva Konroy, Knights, 26:19.1; 7, Kasey Xu, Knights, 26:31.7; 8, Michaela Schwappach, Panthers, 28:46.7; 9, Kaila Castro, Panthers, 28:55.7; 10, Jenny Mann, Knights, 32:28.4. Monday at Two Lovers’ Point, 3.12-mile courseBoys Guam 22, Father Duenas Maroon 37 Guam 15, Father Duenas Gold 50 1, Schwartz, 19 minutes, 37.5 seconds; 2, Pellosma, 19:44.8; 3, Erwin EJ Manibusan, Friars Maroon, 19:50.7; 4, Rink, 20:24.4; 5, Gavin Baker, Friars Maroon, 20:28.4; 6, Bas Schils, Friars Maroon, 20:32.7; 7, Welch, 20:35.2; 8, Crandel, 20:46.5; 9, Muller, 20:54.4; 10, Puga, 20:58.4.Girls Guam 15, Our Lady 43 1, Fennessey, 20 minutes, 48.2 seconds; 2, Lang, 21:19.8; 3, Wilbanks, 21:48.4; 4, Burns, 24:54.7; 5, Schwappach, 26:53.2; 6, Rian Guzman, Cougars, 27:38.6; 7, Nierra Ubaldo, Cougars, 27:56.5; 8, Castro, 28:19.3; 9, Reika Tenorio, Cougars, 30:23.3; 10, Taylor Santos, Cougars, 30:32.3.

Softball GuamGeorge Washington 18, Guam 0 Saturday at MangilaoPanthers 000 0— 0Geckos 5(10)3 x—18

South KoreaSaturday at Camp HenryHumphreys 14, Daegu 12Blackhawks 422 6—14 2 7Warriors 345 0—12 4 1W — Lizette Ceja, 4 IP (4 H, 4 ER, 9 BB, 6 SO, 4 WP, 2 HBP); L — Bethani Newbold, 4 IP (2 H, 10 ER, 13 BB, 8 SO). Batting — Blackhawks: Annabelle Ko (2 RBI, 3 SB), Zoe Weidley (HR), Nicole Christian (3 SB); Warriors: Newbold (3B, 2 SB).Humphreys 13, Osan 12 Cougars 106 41—12 3 6Blackhawks 203 62x—13 10 8W — Caja, 5 IP (3 H, 5 ER, 11 BB, 5 SO, 1 HBP, 1 WB); L — Anne Mountcastle, 4 2/3 IP (14 H, 12 ER, 3 BB, 3 SO). Batting — Blackhawks: Weidley 2-3 (HR, 2 SB), Riyann Camacho 2-2 (3 RBI, 2 SB), Ko 2-3 (2 RBI), Madison Bridges 2-4 (2 SB); Cougars: Gabriella Penry 4-4 (2B, 5 SB), Lavandria Ulloa (2B, 3 RBI), Tailan Hickey (3 RBI), Mountcastle (4 SB). Noteworthy — Weidley hit a solo in-park home run to tie it 12-12, then Bridges scored the game-winning run on an outfield error with two outs in the bottom of the fifth.Daegu 8, Osan 7 Cougars 002 14—7 7 0Warriors 310 4x—8 5 0W — Newbold, 5 IP (7 H, 7 ER, 3 BB, 8 SO); L — Shaylee Ungos, 4 IP (5 H, 8 ER, 7 BB, 12 SO, 1 WP). Batting — Warriors: Newbold 2-3 (2 HR, 6 RBI), Lexie Berry (2B, 3 SB); Cougars: Mountcastle 2-2 (2B, 5 SB), Hickey (HR, 3 RBI).

OkinawaKubasaki 8, Kadena 8 Friday at Kadena Air BaseDragons 302 03—8 9 2Panthers 015 11—8 9 0Pitching — Dragons: Haley Patton 5 IP (9 H, 6 ER, 2 BB, 4 SO, 2 WP); Panthers: Rene Roberts-Kelly 5 IP (9 H, 8 ER, 2 BB, 8 SO, 1 WP). Batting — Dragons: Cailyn Brown 3-3 (2B, 5 RBI), Mia Vedsted 2-2, Patton (3B, 2 RBI), McKayla Paine 2-3; Panthers: Kailah Jennings 2-3 (HR, 2B), Savannah Barnett (2B, 2 RBI, 3 SB). Noteworthy — The game reached the 90-minute time limit deadlocked.

Basketball Boys South KoreaFriday at Camp HumphreysHumphreys Black 52, Osan Black 50 Cougars Black 12 10 16 12—50Blackhawks Black 12 16 18 6—52Scoring — Blackhawks Black: Melvin Wrightsil 15, Brandon Goins 11; Cougars Black: A.J. Panboon 13, Joseph Cornelius 12. Rebounding — Blackhawks Black: Wrightsil 15.Humphreys Gold 61, Osan Blue 16 Cougars Blue 2 2 12 0—16Blackhawks Gold 23 8 13 17—61Scoring — Blackhawks Gold: Darrin Serrano-Diaz 10; Cougars Blue: Matthew Cornelius 9. Rebounding — Blackhawks Gold: Crisean Price 6.

Soccer Boys South KoreaSaturday at Camp WalkerHumphreys 11, Daegu 0 Halftime — 6-0. Goals — Austin Mills 4 (4), Tony Oh 2 (2), Beckham Clites 2 (2), Isaac Lee 2 (2), Matt Macy (1). Assists — Oh 2, Mills. Saves — Devereaux Watson 1.Humphreys 5, Osan 0 Halftime — 5-0. Goals — Tony Oh 2 (4), Mills (5), Clites (3), James May (1). Assists — Lee 2. Saves — Macy 2.Osan 6, Daegu 0 Halftime — 3-0. Goals — Jose Rivera 3 (3), Timothy Petrae (1), Luigi Nasci (1), Giovanni DeLuca (1). Saves — Sergio DeLuca 10.

GirlsSaturday at Osan Air BaseHumphreys 6, Osan 0 Halftime — 4-0. Goals — Arielle Stickar 5 (5), Makayla Shaw (1).Humphreys 4, Daegu 0 Halftime — 4-0. Goals — Stickar 4 (9).Daegu 1, Osan 0 Halftime — 1-0. Goal — Ella Sims (1).

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