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Matthew C. Perry's Kai Lange fires the ball toward the net ahead of several Zama players during Saturday's Japan boys soccer match. Lange scored a hat trick, giving him a Pacific-leading 17 goals on the season, as the Samurai won 6-0.
Matthew C. Perry's Kai Lange fires the ball toward the net ahead of several Zama players during Saturday's Japan boys soccer match. Lange scored a hat trick, giving him a Pacific-leading 17 goals on the season, as the Samurai won 6-0. (Christopher Dilport/Special to Stripes)
Matthew C. Perry's Kai Lange fires the ball toward the net ahead of several Zama players during Saturday's Japan boys soccer match. Lange scored a hat trick, giving him a Pacific-leading 17 goals on the season, as the Samurai won 6-0.
Matthew C. Perry's Kai Lange fires the ball toward the net ahead of several Zama players during Saturday's Japan boys soccer match. Lange scored a hat trick, giving him a Pacific-leading 17 goals on the season, as the Samurai won 6-0. (Christopher Dilport/Special to Stripes)
Matthew C. Perry's Kai Lange takes a free kick against Zama during Saturday's Japan boys soccer match. Lange scored a hat trick, giving him a Pacific-leading 17 goals on the season, as the Samurai won 6-0.
Matthew C. Perry's Kai Lange takes a free kick against Zama during Saturday's Japan boys soccer match. Lange scored a hat trick, giving him a Pacific-leading 17 goals on the season, as the Samurai won 6-0. (Kevin Rossiter/Special to Stripes)
Matthew C. Perry's Yugo Cooley gets set to drill the ball against Zama during Saturday's Japan boys soccer match. The Samurai won 6-0.
Matthew C. Perry's Yugo Cooley gets set to drill the ball against Zama during Saturday's Japan boys soccer match. The Samurai won 6-0. (Kevin Rossiter/Special to Stripes)
Zama's Kayesha McNeill blasts a shot into the net against Matthew C. Perry during Saturday's Japan girls soccer match. The Trojans won 2-1.
Zama's Kayesha McNeill blasts a shot into the net against Matthew C. Perry during Saturday's Japan girls soccer match. The Trojans won 2-1. (Kevin Rossiter/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Hanokheliyahu Gailson and Carlos Mobley run 1-2 in the home stretch of the 1,600 during Saturday's Japan track and field meet. Gailson took first in both the 1,600 and 3,200, with Mobley finishing third and fourth.
Nile C. Kinnick's Hanokheliyahu Gailson and Carlos Mobley run 1-2 in the home stretch of the 1,600 during Saturday's Japan track and field meet. Gailson took first in both the 1,600 and 3,200, with Mobley finishing third and fourth. (Dariana Brown/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Davion Roberts and Zama's Jeremiah Stewart run for the finish of the 1,600 relay during Saturday's Japan track and field meet. Stewart and the Trojans edged Roberts and the Red Devils 3:47.98 to 3:48.70.
Nile C. Kinnick's Davion Roberts and Zama's Jeremiah Stewart run for the finish of the 1,600 relay during Saturday's Japan track and field meet. Stewart and the Trojans edged Roberts and the Red Devils 3:47.98 to 3:48.70. (Dariana Brown/Special to Stripes)
Yokota's Ethan Parks can't find the handle on the ball as he tries to tag a Yamate runner during Saturday's Japan baseball game. Yamate, a Japanese team, won 3-0, but the Panthers rebounded to rout Nile C. Kinnick 12-1 in Saturday's second game at Yokota Park.
Yokota's Ethan Parks can't find the handle on the ball as he tries to tag a Yamate runner during Saturday's Japan baseball game. Yamate, a Japanese team, won 3-0, but the Panthers rebounded to rout Nile C. Kinnick 12-1 in Saturday's second game at Yokota Park. (Jack Higbee/Special to Stripes)
Yokota baserunner Nicholas Yates slides safely into second base against Yamate, a Japanese team, during Saturday's Japan baseball game. The Panthers lost 3-0, but rebounded to down Nile C. Kinnick 12-1 in Saturday's second game at Yokota Park
Yokota baserunner Nicholas Yates slides safely into second base against Yamate, a Japanese team, during Saturday's Japan baseball game. The Panthers lost 3-0, but rebounded to down Nile C. Kinnick 12-1 in Saturday's second game at Yokota Park (Jack Higbee/Special to Stripes)
Yokota second baseman Jeff Mullarkey throws across the diamond against Yamate, a Japanese team, during Saturday's Japan baseball game. Yamate won 3-0, but the Panthers rebounded to rout Nile C. Kinnick 12-1 in Saturday's second game at Yokota Park.
Yokota second baseman Jeff Mullarkey throws across the diamond against Yamate, a Japanese team, during Saturday's Japan baseball game. Yamate won 3-0, but the Panthers rebounded to rout Nile C. Kinnick 12-1 in Saturday's second game at Yokota Park. (Jack Higbee/Special to Stripes)
Yokota right-hander Glen Willingham delivers against Yamate, a Japanese team, during Saturday's Japan baseball game. The Panthers lost 3-0, but rebounded to down Nile C. Kinnick 12-1 in Saturday's second game at Yokota Park.
Yokota right-hander Glen Willingham delivers against Yamate, a Japanese team, during Saturday's Japan baseball game. The Panthers lost 3-0, but rebounded to down Nile C. Kinnick 12-1 in Saturday's second game at Yokota Park. (Jack Higbee/Special to Stripes)
Kadena right-hander Logan Howell delivers against Haebaru during Saturday's Okinawa baseball game. Haebaru, a Japanese team, beat the Panthers 9-2.
Kadena right-hander Logan Howell delivers against Haebaru during Saturday's Okinawa baseball game. Haebaru, a Japanese team, beat the Panthers 9-2. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stripes)
Kadena's Gideon Summers battles a Naha player for the ball during Saturday's Okinawa boys soccer game. Naha High School won 3-1.
Kadena's Gideon Summers battles a Naha player for the ball during Saturday's Okinawa boys soccer game. Naha High School won 3-1. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Riyana Camacho makes contact against Osan during Saturday's DODEA-Korea softball game. The Blackhawks routed the Cougars 27-4.
Humphreys' Riyana Camacho makes contact against Osan during Saturday's DODEA-Korea softball game. The Blackhawks routed the Cougars 27-4. (Lily Austinson/Special to Stripes)
Daegu's Nikolai Champaco tries to keep the ball away from Seoul American's Scotty Peterson during Saturday's DODEA-Korea boys soccer jamboree at Camp Walker's Kelly Field. The Falcons won 3-1.
Daegu's Nikolai Champaco tries to keep the ball away from Seoul American's Scotty Peterson during Saturday's DODEA-Korea boys soccer jamboree at Camp Walker's Kelly Field. The Falcons won 3-1. (Sunny Yang/Special to Stripes)

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Track and field South KoreaSaturday at Camp HumphreysBoys Humphreys 269, Daegu 80, Osan 46, Yongsan 41, Seoul American 31 Shot put — David Key, Humphreys, 12.55 meters; Discus — Miles Brice, Humphreys, 33.22; High jump — Quintin Metcalf, Humphreys, 1.90; Long jump — Cullen Areniego, Humphreys, 5.65; 100 — Tevijon Williams, Humphreys, 12.04 seconds; 110 hurdles — Arienego, 17.67; 200 — Williams, 23.67; 300 hurdles — Junior Gregory, Humphreys, 42.26; 400 — Metcalf, 51.38; 400 relay — Humphreys (Brice, Williams, Gregory, Areniego), 45.67; 800 — Metcalf, 2 minutes, 13.51 seconds; 1,600 — Timothy Kilburn, Humphreys, 4:59.31; 1,600 relay — Humphreys (Gregory, Deontaye Gregory, Metcalf, Jalen Hill), 3:44.85; 3,200 — Daniel McIntosh, Humphreys, 10:19.84.Girls Humphreys 263, Osan 53, Daegu 50, Yongsan 41, Seoul American 19 Shot put — Ebony Dykes, Humphreys, 9.39 meters; Discus — Dykes, 25.23; High jump — Dykes, 1.42; Long jump — Cleopatra Cody, Humphreys, 4.39; 100 — Chasity Johnson, Humphreys, 13.42 seconds; 100 hurdles — Cierra Dennie, Humphreys, 19.54; 200 — Jaela Higgs, Humphreys, 26.88; 300 hurdles — Dennie, 53.82; 400 — Higgs, 1 minute, 1.73 seconds; 400 relay — Osan (Mackenzie Hinman, Ashley Rey, Stephanie Feliciano, Seniya Hairston), 57.61; 800 — Desiree Brown, Humphreys, 2:39.30; 1,600 — Allison Park, YIS-Seoul, 6:18.86; 1,600 relay — Humphreys (Desiree Brown, Maria Bruch, Higgs, Dacia Brown), 4:29.88; 3,200 — Melissa Martin, Humphreys, 13:12.66.

OkinawaSaturday at Kadena Air BaseBoys Kadena 186, Kubasaki 83, Okinawa Christian 32, Zion Christian 24 Shot put — Uriah Morris, Kadena, 13.36; Discus — Morris, 35.09; High jump — Tristan Higginson, Kubasaki, 5 feet, 8 inches; Long jump — Gage Carter, Kubasaki, 5.76; 100 — Eric McCarter, Kadena, 11.34 seconds; 110 hurdles — Allen Cole, Kubasaki, 18.98; 200 — McCarter, 23.01; 300 hurdles — Kevonte Speight, Kadena, 46.91; 400 — Christian Tsirlis, Kadena, 54.10; 400 relay — Kadena (Xavier Peace, Malachi Johnson, Myles Jones, McCarter, 45.86; 800 — Hayden Bills, Kadena, 2:06.16; 1,600 — Trevor Williams, Kadena, 4:38.93; 1,600 relay — Kadena (Miguel Fontanilla, McCarter, Brandon Ray, Tsirlis), 3:45.36; 3,200 — Williams, 10:17.00; 3,200 relay — Kadena (Bills, Guy Renquist, Joe Renquist, Williams), 9:13.09.Girls Kadena 106, Kubasaki 77, Zion Christian 60, Okinawa Christian 49 Shot put — Precious Watkins, ZCAI, 9.41 meters; Discus — Julissa Valentine, ZCAI, 24.31; High jump — Alayna Johnson, ZCAI, 5 feet, 0 inches; Long jump — Nala Gardner, Kubasaki, 4.45; 100 — Christee Dervil, Kadena, 12.95 seconds; 100 hurdles — Jaidah Davis, Kubasaki, 17.09; 200 — Keyyana Womack, Kadena, 26.56; 300 hurdles — Davis, 53.05; 400 — Womack, 1 minute, 1.29 seconds; 400 relay — Kubasaki (Davis, Gardner, Zanajh Jones, Natalia Sanchez), 52.92; 800 — Ahveana Couverthier, unattached, 2:35.23; 1,600 — Sierra Taysom, Kadena, 5:55.56; 1,600 relay — Kadena (Marelys Rodriguez, Shaunay Rose, Madilyn Tsirlis, Womack), 4:30.52; 3,200 — Emma Kirby, Kadena, 13:32.87; 3,200 relay — Kadena (Sofia Strawder, Isamar Vargas, Kennady White, Elizabeth Desiderio), 11:12.56.

JapanSaturday at Yokota Air BaseBoys Nile C. Kinnick 261, Zama 89, Yokota 61, Matthew C. Perry 57, Robert D. Edgren 38, E.J. King 11 Shot put — Connor Joley, Kinnick, 11.71 meters; Discus — Dwight Phillips, Yokota, 31.72; High jump — Davion Roberts, Kinnick, 1.70 (fewer attempts); Long jump — Chris Watson, Kinnick, 5.99; 100 — A.J. Nelson, Edgren, 11.74 seconds; 110 hurdles — Jay Belmonte, Kinnick, 18.41; 200 — Watson, 23.51; 300 hurdles — Belmonte, 46.76; 400 — Roberts, 54.62; 400 relay — Kinnick (Matthew Pardo, Hadyn Guiste, Jason Charron, Jeremy Jimenez), 47.73; 800 — Josh Minimo, Kinnick, 2 minutes, 7.63 seconds; 1,600 — Hanokheliyahu Gailson, Kinnick, 4:44.51; 1,600 relay — Zama (Terrence Ward, Chandler Platt, Luke Singer, Jeremiah Stewart), 3:47.98; 3,200 — Gailson, 10:17.36; 3,200 relay — Zama (Joshua Caburian, Ward, Skylar Venn, Joseph Sanchez), 10:20.85 (unopposed).Girls Kinnick 246, Yokota 90, Zama 73, Perry 71, Edgren 35, King 8 Shot put — Charisma Wardlaw, Kinnick, 8.81; Discus — Avanni Gardner, Kinnick, 27.43; High jump — Alyssa Lynch, Kinnick, 1.30; Long jump — Peiadra Sutton, Kinnick, 4.36; 100 — Iyana Whitener, Perry, 13.32 seconds; 100 hurdles — Sontti Sesay, Kinnick, 17.11; 200 — Whitener, 28.25; 300 hurdles — Momomi Atkinson, Edgren, 50.36; 400 — Atkinson, 1 minute, 4.33 seconds; 400 relay — Kinnick (Dayja Jenkins, Jada Johnson, Seanteria Booker, Sutton), 54.11; 800 — Aiko Galvin, Yokota, 2:29.63; 1,600 — Angelique Armijo, Perry, 5:40.26; 1,600 relay — Yokota (Sia Davis, Annaliese Schneider, Makeda Fredericks, Galvin), 4:38.67; 3,200 — Annabel Stafford, Kinnick, 12:32.92; 3,200 relay — Zama (Brooke Nelson, Daisy Dalat, Kylah Samuelson, Dana Navarro), 13:11.77 (unopposed).

Baseball South KoreaHumphreys 9, Osan 1 Saturday at Osan Air BaseCougars 010 — 1 6 0Blackhawks 054 — 9 1 1W — Jonah Montanez 1 2/3 IP (1 H, 4 BB, 2 SO). Batting — Blackhawks: Kierden Blessing 2-2 (2 RBI, 2 SB).Daegu 4, Osan 1 Saturday at Osan Air BaseWarriors 103 0 — 4 4 0Cougars 010 0 — 1 2 0W — Ethan Gamez 2 2/3 IP (2 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 4 SO, 1 HBP); L — Carson Nugent 3 IP (3 H, 4 ER, 6 BB, 6 SO, 1 WP); Sv — Elijah Bembischew 1 1/3 IP (0 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 0 SO). Batting — Warriors: Dylan Cook (2 RBI), Ethan Rodriguez (2B).Daegu 7, Seoul American 0 Saturday at Osan Air BaseFalcons 0 — 0 1 1Warriors 7 — 7 1 0W — Muhammad Melendez 1 IP (1 H, 1 BB, 3 SO); L — Karsten Brown, 1/3 IP (0 H, 6 ER, 4 BB, 0 SO, 2 HBP). Batting — Warriors: Jaden Nava (HR, 4 RBI), Bembischew (2 RBI).

OkinawaShuri Higashi 17, Kubasaki 1 Saturday at Camp FosterShuri Higashi 105 420 014 — 17 23 0Dragons 000 001 000 — 1 4 3L — Isaac Workman 5 IP (14 H, 7 ER, 0 BB, 1 SO).Naha Nishi 9, Kubasaki 4 Saturday at Camp FosterNaha Nishi 012 004 011 — 9 9 2Dragons 100 111 000 — 4 10 4L — Owen Singley 6 IP (7 H, 4 ER, 3 BB, 4 SO). Batting — Dragons: Samuel Williamson 2-5 (3B), Micah Truman 2-4 (2B), Singley 2-4, Bryson Lokey 2-4.Haebaru 9, Kadena 2 Saturday at Kadena Air BaseHaebaru 000 011 700 — 9 11 1Panthers 011 000 000 — 2 9 7L — Matt Steele 1 1/3 IP (5 H, 7 ER, 5 BB, 1 SO). Batting — Panthers: Logan Howell 2-4 (2 SB), Cyan Buck 2-3 (2B).Haebaru 14, Kadena 2 Saturday at Kadena Air BaseHaebaru 306 022 1 — 14 11 1Panthers 000 110 0 — 2 7 5L — Wyatt Sego 3 IP (6 H, 4 ER, 6 BB, 1 SO, 1 HBP, 1 WP). Batting — Panthers: Will Richardson 2-3, Sego 2-3, Chris Delgado (4 SB).

JapanYokota 12, Kinnick 1 Saturday at Yokota Air BaseRed Devils 000 1 — 1 0 4Panthers 314 4 — 12 15 1W — Riley DeMarco 4 IP (0 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 7 SO, 1 HBP); L — Sebastian Hineman 3 IP (10 H, 4 ER, 3 BB, 2 SO). Batting — Panthers: Nick Yingling 2-4 (2 2B, 2 RBI), Nicholas Yates 2-3, DeMarco 3-3 (2B), Jeff Mullarkey 2-3 (2 RBI), Cody Choate 3-3, Ethan Parks 2-3 (2B, 2 RBI). Noteworthy — DeMarco allowed two walks and a hit batsman on 67 pitches in a four-inning no-hitter.

Softball South KoreaDaegu 12, Osan 5 Saturday at Osan Air BaseWarriors 333 3 — 12Cougars 120 2 — 5W — Bethani Newbold. Batting — Warriors: Neea Lizama 4-4 (2 SB), Newbold 2-4 (2B, HR, 3 SB)), J. Bell 2-4 (3B), Lexie Berry 2-4 (2B, 2 SB).Humphreys 27, Osan 4 Saturday at Osan Air BaseCougars 103 — 4Blackhawks 95(13) — 27W — Isabel Maulsby 3 IP (2 BB, 4 SO). Batting — Blackhawks: Xyra Razon 2-3 (2B), Adaiyah Rechengal 3-4 (2 2B, 2 SB), Raquel Barnes 3-3 (HR, 5 RBI, 3 SB), Maulsby 2-2 (2B, 4 RBI), A. Venus 2-3 (2B, 2 SB), McKenzie Crosby 3-3 (4 SB), Lily Austinson 2-2.

JapanYokota 18, Edgren 3 Saturday at Misawa Air BasePanthers 882 — 18 11 0Eagles 030 — 3 6 0W — Anne-Marie Hucks, 3 IP (6 H, 3 ER, 6 BB, 1 SO, 1 WP); L — Emily Adinolfi, 3 IP (11 H, 18 ER, 14 BB, 2 SO, 2 WP). Batting — Panthers: Annalise Rodriguez 2-2 (HR, 3 RBI, 2 SB), Sophia Middlebrook (2 RBI, 4 SB), Hucks 2-2 (2B, 4 SB), Adrianna Diaz 2-2 (4 SB), Kaela Jackson 2-3 (2B); Eagles: Exxiann Sears 2-2.Yokota 16, Edgren 0 Saturday at Misawa Air BasePanthers 1(11)4 — 16 14 0Eagles 000 — 0 2 0W — Diaz 2 IP (2 H, 3 SO); L — Adinolfi 3 IP (14 H, 16 ER, 5 BB, 1 HBP, 1 WP). Batting — Panthers: Rodriguez 3-3 (2B, 2 RBI), Becca Bauman 2-3 (2B, 4 SB), Diaz (2B, 2 RBI), Isabella Mollison 2-2 (2B), Nevaeh Resto (HR, 5 RBI), Jackson 2-3 (3B, 4 RBI).

Soccer Boys South KoreaDODEA Korea jamboree Saturday at Camp WalkerOsan 5, Daegu 1 Halftime — 3-1. Goals — Cougars: Joey Betts 2 (6), Ryan Klapmeyer (2), Lean Copia (2), Patrick Arnold (1); Warriors: Joshua Dela Cruz (1).Humphreys 4, Seoul American 0 Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Jonathan Houghton 3 (5), James Ahn (2). Assists — Ahn, Logan Morris, Tyler Edwards.Osan 3, Humphreys 3 Halftime — Blackhawks 2-1. Goals — Blackhawks: Houghton 2 (7), Edwards (1); Cougars: Betts 2 (8), Grant Min (1). Assists — Blackhawks: Ahn, Devin Donnell.Seoul American 3, Daegu 1 Halftime — 0-0. Goals — Falcons: David Lee 2 (2), Efrain Velazquez-Lebron (2); Warriors: Seojin Flood (1).

OkinawaNaha 3, Kadena 1 Saturday at Kadena Air BaseHalftime — 3-0. Goal — Panthers: Jonathan Ferguson (2).Kubasaki 4, Link FC 1 Saturday at OnnaHalftime — 3-1. Goals — Dragons: Shamus Kerr 3 (3), Aden Leggio (1). Assist — Dragons: Kai Croghan.

JapanYokota 6, Edgren 2 Saturday at Misawa Air BaseHalftime — 4-1. Goals — Panthers: Ethan Gaume 2 (8), Zach Namoca 2 (2), Eli Newton (1), Andrew Beene (1); Eagles: Ethan Hovenkotter 2 (2). Assists — Panthers: Namoca, Beene, Kyler McElroy, David Carlson.Perry 6, Zama 0 Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniHalftime — 2-0. Goals — Kai Lange 3 (17), Yugo Cooley (10), Matthew Torrecillas (2), Giovanni Cano (1). Assists — Cooley 2, Brad Ponsiano 2.

Girls South KoreaDODEA-Korea jamboree Saturday at Osan Air BaseOsan 1, Humphreys 0 Halftime — 1-0. Goal — Lizzy White (6).Seoul American 3, Daegu 0 Halftime — 2-0. Goals — Mya Rolison 2 (7), Ashley Clifton (1). Assists — Clifton, Samantha Abraham.Osan 2, Daegu 0 Halftime — 2-0. Goals — White (7), Katie Klapmeyer (1).Humphreys 1, Seoul American 0 Halftime — 1-0. Goal — Chloe McPeak (1).

OkinawaKadena 7, Yomitan 0 Saturday at Kadena Air BaseYomitan 0 0 0 — 0Panthers 2 4 1 — 7Note — Match played in three periods of 30 minutes.Goals — Megan Kirby 2 (10), Korina Radel 2 (8), Makayla Watts (4), Alyssa Balbuena (4), Eliana Williams (3). Assists — Radel 2, Kirby 2, Courtney Chouinard.

JapanYokota 3, Edgren 1 Saturday at Misawa Air BaseHalftime — 2-0. Goals — Panthers: Caleigh Garcia (4), Emma Oshiro (1), Emily Swain (1); Eagles: Isabelle Pummill (3). Assists — Panthers: Keiya Carlson, Noelle Asato.Zama 2, Perry 1 Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniHalftime — 1-1. Goals — Trojans: Kayesha McNeill (14), Siobhan Grabski (7); Samurai: Micayla Feltner (15). Assists — Trojans: McNeill, Morgen Barrozo; Samurai: Taniya Smith.

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