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Kubasaki's Matthew Yulee and Kadena's Dakota Summers battle for the ball during Wednesday's Okinawa season-opening boys soccer match. The Panthers won 1-0.
Kubasaki's Matthew Yulee and Kadena's Dakota Summers battle for the ball during Wednesday's Okinawa season-opening boys soccer match. The Panthers won 1-0. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Matthew Yulee and Kadena's Dakota Summers battle for the ball during Wednesday's Okinawa season-opening boys soccer match. The Panthers won 1-0.
Kubasaki's Matthew Yulee and Kadena's Dakota Summers battle for the ball during Wednesday's Okinawa season-opening boys soccer match. The Panthers won 1-0. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Dakota Summers tries to settle the ball against Kubasaki's Kia Fowler during Wednesday's Okinawa season-opening boys soccer match. The Panthers won 1-0.
Kadena's Dakota Summers tries to settle the ball against Kubasaki's Kia Fowler during Wednesday's Okinawa season-opening boys soccer match. The Panthers won 1-0. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Sebastian Scherry drives the ball past Kadena's Gideon Summers during Wednesday's Okinawa season-opening boys soccer match. The Panthers won 1-0.
Kubasaki's Sebastian Scherry drives the ball past Kadena's Gideon Summers during Wednesday's Okinawa season-opening boys soccer match. The Panthers won 1-0. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Tyler Smith drives the ball between Kubasaki's Isaiah Carrillo and Kia Fowler during Wednesday's Okinawa season-opening boys soccer match. The Panthers won 1-0.
Kadena's Tyler Smith drives the ball between Kubasaki's Isaiah Carrillo and Kia Fowler during Wednesday's Okinawa season-opening boys soccer match. The Panthers won 1-0. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys Gold's Myles Johnson shoots over Osan's A.J. Panboon during Wednesday's Korea boys basketball game. Johnson led all scorers with 31 points as the Blackhawks beat the Cougars 78-47.
Humphreys Gold's Myles Johnson shoots over Osan's A.J. Panboon during Wednesday's Korea boys basketball game. Johnson led all scorers with 31 points as the Blackhawks beat the Cougars 78-47. (Brian K. McCollum/For Stars and Stripes)
Osan's Adrian Perry ties up the ball against Humphreys Black during Wednesday's Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 77-64.
Osan's Adrian Perry ties up the ball against Humphreys Black during Wednesday's Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 77-64. (Jessica J. McCollum/For Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys Gold's Collin Metcalf rejects a shot attempt by Osan's Gavin Lunn during Wednesday's Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 78-47.
Humphreys Gold's Collin Metcalf rejects a shot attempt by Osan's Gavin Lunn during Wednesday's Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 78-47. (Brian K. McCollum/For Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys Black's Christopher Brown skies for a rebound against Osan's Andrew Eaglin, Jack Pleus and Adrian Perry during Wednesday's Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 77-64.
Humphreys Black's Christopher Brown skies for a rebound against Osan's Andrew Eaglin, Jack Pleus and Adrian Perry during Wednesday's Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 77-64. (Jessica J. McCollum/For Stars and Stripes)

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Soccer Boys OkinawaKadena 1, Kubasaki 0 Wednesday at Kadena Air BaseHalftime — 0-0. Goal—Tuck Renquist (1). Assist — Nolan Taylor.

Basketball Boys South KoreaWednesday at Osan Air BaseHumphreys Black 77, Osan Blue 64 Blackhawks Black 18 16 25 18—77Cougars Blue 17 14 20 13—64Scoring — Blackhawks Black: Melvin Wrightsil 31, Brandon Goins 15; Cougars Blue: Brandon Edmunds 21.Humphreys Gold 78, Osan Black 47 Blackhawks Gold 21 23 22 12—78Cougars Black 11 14 11 11—47Scoring — Blackhawks Gold: Myles Johnson 31, Sean Cook 12, Collin Metcalf 11; Cougars Black: Gavin Lunn 13, Joseph Cornelius 10.

Baseball South KoreaHumphreys 24, Osan 3 Wednesday at Camp HumphreysCougars 30— 3Blackhawks (10)(14)—24

Beach volleyball GuamWednesday at DededoBoys A teamsSt. John’s def. Guam High 21-14, 21-17 B teamsSt. John’s def. Guam 21-12, 21-8 C teamsSt. John’s def. Guam 21-16, 25-15 Block points — Panthers: Oen Hofschneider 6.

Tennis GuamWednesday at Tamuning Independent Interscholastic Athletic Association of Guam playoffsBoys Doubles Trevor Dill and Mark Hayes-Ayala, Guam High, def. Ethan Guzman and Kiran Tok, Father Duenas Memorial, 6-0.Girls Doubles Rose Hughes and Daisy Kuo, Harvest Christian Academy, def. Jennifer Napalan and Ashley Blocker, Guam High, 6-1.

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