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Kubasaki's Matt Lemasters dribbles against Dragons OB during Wednesday's boys soccer match, won by Kubasaki 2-1.

Kubasaki's Matt Lemasters dribbles against Dragons OB during Wednesday's boys soccer match, won by Kubasaki 2-1. (Tatiana Zamora/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Matt Lemasters dribbles against Dragons OB during Wednesday's boys soccer match, won by Kubasaki 2-1.

Kubasaki's Matt Lemasters dribbles against Dragons OB during Wednesday's boys soccer match, won by Kubasaki 2-1. (Tatiana Zamora/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Seoul American's Ashley Clifton and Seoul Foreign's Megan Yu and Callie Chang chase the ball during Wednesday's girls soccer match, won by the Crusaders 1-0.

Seoul American's Ashley Clifton and Seoul Foreign's Megan Yu and Callie Chang chase the ball during Wednesday's girls soccer match, won by the Crusaders 1-0. (Christian Gann/Special to Stars and Stripes )

Kubasaki's Kelsey Spangenberger and Kadena's Maddy Dooghan battle for the ball during Wednesday's girls soccer match, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Dragons 1-0.

Kubasaki's Kelsey Spangenberger and Kadena's Maddy Dooghan battle for the ball during Wednesday's girls soccer match, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Dragons 1-0. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Molly McCoy and Kubasaki's Talea Wilcox battle for the ball during Wednesday's girls soccer match, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I champion Dragons 1-0.

Kadena's Molly McCoy and Kubasaki's Talea Wilcox battle for the ball during Wednesday's girls soccer match, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I champion Dragons 1-0. (Miranda Fino/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Shani Summers and Kubasaki's Tasher Odom battle for the ball during Wednesday's girls soccer match, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I champion Dragons 1-0.

Kadena's Shani Summers and Kubasaki's Tasher Odom battle for the ball during Wednesday's girls soccer match, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I champion Dragons 1-0. (Miranda Fino/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Alexis Townsend and Kadena's Adri Gomez chase the ball during Wednesday's girls soccer match, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I champion Dragons 1-0.

Kubasaki's Alexis Townsend and Kadena's Adri Gomez chase the ball during Wednesday's girls soccer match, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I champion Dragons 1-0. (Lorenzo Williams/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Reiko Lemasters and Kadena's Adri Gomez battle for the ball during Wednesday's girls soccer match, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I champion Dragons 1-0.

Kubasaki's Reiko Lemasters and Kadena's Adri Gomez battle for the ball during Wednesday's girls soccer match, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I champion Dragons 1-0. (Lorenzo Williams/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Mitchel Champaco and Humphreys' Felipe Webster-Lopez battle for the ball during Wednesday's boys soccer match, won by the Warriors 3-2.

Daegu's Mitchel Champaco and Humphreys' Felipe Webster-Lopez battle for the ball during Wednesday's boys soccer match, won by the Warriors 3-2. (Yenah Joe/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Humphreys' Teige Heckenlaible and Daegu's Dennis Cowins chase the ball during Wednesday's boys soccer match, won by the Warriors 3-2.

Humphreys' Teige Heckenlaible and Daegu's Dennis Cowins chase the ball during Wednesday's boys soccer match, won by the Warriors 3-2. (Yenah Joe/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Seoul American's Jesse Park delivers against Sacred Hearts School for the Deaf of Seoul on Wednesday at Yongsan Garrison. The Falcons lost 7-6.

Seoul American's Jesse Park delivers against Sacred Hearts School for the Deaf of Seoul on Wednesday at Yongsan Garrison. The Falcons lost 7-6. (Mariam Lee/Special to Stars and Stripes )

Seoul American's Fran Vido dribbles between Seoul Foreign defenders during Wednesday's girls soccer match, won by the Crusaders 1-0.

Seoul American's Fran Vido dribbles between Seoul Foreign defenders during Wednesday's girls soccer match, won by the Crusaders 1-0. (Mariam Lee/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Seoul American's Reyna Harding heads the ball against Seoul Foreign during Wednesday's girls soccer match, won by the Crusaders 1-0.

Seoul American's Reyna Harding heads the ball against Seoul Foreign during Wednesday's girls soccer match, won by the Crusaders 1-0. (Mariam Lee/Special to Stars and Stripes )

Seoul American's Niko Russey weaves between Seoul Foreign defenders Jonathan Han and Tawan Banyatpiyaphod and teammate John Dunleavy during Wednesday's boys soccer match, won by the Crusaders 3-1.

Seoul American's Niko Russey weaves between Seoul Foreign defenders Jonathan Han and Tawan Banyatpiyaphod and teammate John Dunleavy during Wednesday's boys soccer match, won by the Crusaders 3-1. (Stephanie Kay/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Seoul American's Niko Russey and Seoul Foreign's Paul Yoon battle for the ball during Wednesday's boys soccer match, won by the Crusaders 3-1.

Seoul American's Niko Russey and Seoul Foreign's Paul Yoon battle for the ball during Wednesday's boys soccer match, won by the Crusaders 3-1. (Stephanie Kay/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Seoul American's Julian Ruiz and Seoul Foreign's Francesco Luraschi go up to head the ball during Wednesday's boys soccer match, won by the Crusaders 3-1.

Seoul American's Julian Ruiz and Seoul Foreign's Francesco Luraschi go up to head the ball during Wednesday's boys soccer match, won by the Crusaders 3-1. (Christian Gann/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Seoul Foreign's Addison Smith boots the ball past Seoul American's Chaz Perryman during Wednesday's boys soccer match, won by the Crusaders 3-1.

Seoul Foreign's Addison Smith boots the ball past Seoul American's Chaz Perryman during Wednesday's boys soccer match, won by the Crusaders 3-1. (Christian Gann/Special to Stars and Stripes)

High school

Baseball OkinawaKadena 8, Kubasaki 2 Wednesday at Camp FosterKadena 310 201 1—8 6 2Kubasaki 101 000 0—2 3 7W — Cody Sego 7 IP (3 H, 1 ER, 5 BB, 6 SO); L — Hunter Chipman 7 IP (6 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 8 SO). Batting — Panthers: Nate Duenas 2-4 (2 SB), Cody Sego (2 RBI); Dragons: Chipman 2-3 (2B, 2 SB). Noteworthy — Makeup of game originally scheduled for March 16 but rained out.

Softball South KoreaOsan 19, Humphreys 8 (time limit) Wednesday at Osan Air BaseHumphreys 242 — 8 2 2Osan 7(12)x — 19 6 1W — Aly Eitland 2 IP (1 H, 6 ER, 8 BB, 5 SO); L — Ashley Park 2 IP (6 H, 14 ER, 15 BB, 2 SO). Batting — Cougars: Gabby Austria grand slam; Amber Cash 2-2 (2B, 3 RBI), Andreia Ignacio (2 RBI); Blackhawks: Evelyn Rhodes (3 RBI).

Soccer Boys South KoreaSeoul Foreign 3, Seoul American 1 Wednesday at Yongsan GarrisonHalftime — 2-1. Goals — Crusaders: Francesco Luraschi (11), Andrew Ha (9), Ashley Dunke-Jacobs (2); Falcons: Andrew Nutter (3). Assists — Crusaders: Ha, Caleb Jang, Tawan Banyatpiyaphod; Falcons: Niko Russey.Daegu 3, Humphreys 2 Wednesday at Camp WalkerHalftime — 2-2. Goals — Warriors: Nathan Scheidt 2 (4), Mitchel Champaco (2); Blackhawks: Felipe Webster-Lopez (1), Kevin Searl (1).

Taejon Christian 8, Osan 0 Wednesday at Daejeon Halftime score not available. Goals — Dragons: Jason Lim 2 (2), Young Woo Yoo (3), Gil Jang (2), Kangmin Kim (2), David Choi (1), Marc Wilder (1), Inimfon Ufot (1). Assists — Dragons: Jang 2, Kim 2, Lim, Graham Wilder, David Lee, Choi.

OkinawaKubasaki 2, Dragons OB 1 Wednesday at Camp FosterHalftime — 2-0. Goals — Kubasaki: Miles Mahlock (5), Matt Lemasters (4).

JapanZama 1, Kinnick 1 Wednesday at Yokosuka Naval BaseHalftime — 0-0. Goals — Red Devils: Tom Wenke (1); Trojans: Trayland Rose (1). Assist — Trojans: Jarrek Cruz.

Girls South KoreaSeoul Foreign 1, Seoul American 0 Wednesday at Yongsan GarrisonHalftime — 0-0. Goal — Crusaders: Callie Chang (8).Osan 4, Taejon Christian 1 Wednesday at DaejeonHalftime — 3-0. Goals — Cougars: Andrea Carandang 3 (4), Grace Woods (1); Dragons: Ilayda Karagol (3). Assists — Cougars: Madison Frazier 3.Humphreys 2, Daegu 1 Wednesday at Camp WalkerHalftime — 2-1. Goals — Blackhawks: Isabella Nocera (1), Haille Harris (1); Warriors: Jinna Yu (2).

OkinawaKubasaki 1, Kadena 0 Wednesday at Kadena Air BaseHalftime — 0-0. Goal — Dragons: Alexis Townsend (3). Assist — Dragons: Ally Rentas.

JapanAmerican School In Japan 1, Yokota 0 Wednesday at TokyoHalftime — 0-0. Goal — Mustangs: Lisa Okasaki (1).

Military

BasketballMarch Madness Invitational At Andersen Air Force Base, GuamMen’s pool play Saturday’s games Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, 108, Chamorri Warriors, Guam, 36 Camp Humphreys 101, Mach Tech, Guam, 53 Osan Air Base 71, Tamuning Typhoons, Guam, 53 Humphreys 100, Tooth Fairies, Guam, 63 Andersen 115, Mach Tech 60 Typhoons 81, Tooth Fairies 76Sunday’s games Humphreys 2, Chamorri Warriors 0, forfeit Osan 92, Mach Tech 51 Chamorri Warriors 76, Mach Tech 71 Humphreys 67, Typhoons 61 Osan 118, Tooth Fairies 77Monday’s games Humphreys 91, Osan 78 Andersen 116, Tooth Fairies 92 Typhoons 96, Mach Tech 74 Chamorri Warriors 92, Tooth Fairies 89 Andersen 85, Humphreys 84Tuesday’s games Andersen 94, Osan 91 Typhoons 106, Chamorri Warriors 70 Tooth Fairies 113, Mach Tech 84Women’s pool play Saturday’s games Andersen 76, Team Fuetsa 48 Tooth Fairies 62, Seahawks, Guam, 39 Humphreys 100, Fuetsa 17 Andersen 53, Tooth Fairies 46 Humphreys 97, Seahawks 27Sunday’s games Humphreys 61, Andersen 57 Seahawks 70, Fuetsa 35 Andersen 67, Seahawks 44 Tooth Fairies 94, Fuetsa 42Monday’s games Humphreys 77, Tooth Fairies 71 Discovery Pilipinas, Philippines, 88, Seahawks 34Tuesday’s games Discovery Pilipinas 60, Tooth Fairies 42 Discovery Pilipinas 58, Fuetsa 42


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