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Robert D. Edgren goalkeeper Tariq Lewis skies to stop a shot against Zama during Wednesday's playoff match in the Far East Boys Division II Soccer Tournament, won by the Trojans 6-0.

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Robert D. Edgren goalkeeper Tariq Lewis skies to stop a shot against Zama during Wednesday's playoff match in the Far East Boys Division II Soccer Tournament, won by the Trojans 6-0. COKO MAGBY/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()
Robert D. Edgren goalkeeper Tariq Lewis skies to stop a shot against Zama during Wednesday's playoff match in the Far East Boys Division II Soccer Tournament, won by the Trojans 6-0.

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Robert D. Edgren goalkeeper Tariq Lewis skies to stop a shot against Zama during Wednesday's playoff match in the Far East Boys Division II Soccer Tournament, won by the Trojans 6-0. COKO MAGBY/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()
Matthew C. Perry's Kai Lange and Okinawa Christian's Kai Koreen battle for the ball during Wednesday's playoff match in the Far East Boys Division II Soccer Tournament, won by the Crusaders 1-0. It dethroned the five-time defending champion Samurai.

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Matthew C. Perry's Kai Lange and Okinawa Christian's Kai Koreen battle for the ball during Wednesday's playoff match in the Far East Boys Division II Soccer Tournament, won by the Crusaders 1-0. It dethroned the five-time defending champion Samurai. COKO MAGBY/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()
Zamas Justyn Seraphin and Robert D. Edgren's Antonio DeVaughn battle for the ball during Wednesday's playoff game in the Far East Boys Division II Soccer Tournament, won by the Trojans 6-0.

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Zamas Justyn Seraphin and Robert D. Edgren's Antonio DeVaughn battle for the ball during Wednesday's playoff game in the Far East Boys Division II Soccer Tournament, won by the Trojans 6-0. CAITLIN BLOUNT/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()
Matthew C. Perry's Bobbi Hill and Yokota's Regina Dukat scuffle for the ball during Wednesday's elimination game in the Far East Girls Division II Soccer Tournament. The Samurai eliminated the two-time defending champion Panthers 8-1.

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Matthew C. Perry's Bobbi Hill and Yokota's Regina Dukat scuffle for the ball during Wednesday's elimination game in the Far East Girls Division II Soccer Tournament. The Samurai eliminated the two-time defending champion Panthers 8-1. AUSTIN LIVENGOOD/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()
Robert D. Edgren's Julia Sanders and Osan's Maja Inthavixay battle for the ball during Wednesday's elimination game in the Far East Girls Division II Soccer Tournament. The Cougars blanked the Eagles 1-0.


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Robert D. Edgren's Julia Sanders and Osan's Maja Inthavixay battle for the ball during Wednesday's elimination game in the Far East Girls Division II Soccer Tournament. The Cougars blanked the Eagles 1-0. AUSTIN LIVENGOOD/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()
Kubasaki's John Boran and Kadena's Seth Garcia chase the ball during Wednesday's Far East Boys Division I Soccer Tournament final. The Panthers dethroned the Dragons 1-0 in overtime for their third D-I title in five years.

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Kubasaki's John Boran and Kadena's Seth Garcia chase the ball during Wednesday's Far East Boys Division I Soccer Tournament final. The Panthers dethroned the Dragons 1-0 in overtime for their third D-I title in five years. KATRICIA AQUINO/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()
Kubasaki's Daiya Taba and Kadena's Tyler Acord scuffle for the ball during Wednesday's Far East Boys Division I Soccer Tournament final. The Panthers dethroned the Dragons 1-0 in overtime for their third D-I title in five years.

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Kubasaki's Daiya Taba and Kadena's Tyler Acord scuffle for the ball during Wednesday's Far East Boys Division I Soccer Tournament final. The Panthers dethroned the Dragons 1-0 in overtime for their third D-I title in five years. KATRICIA AQUINO/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()
Kubasaki's Ilijah Washington heads the ball against Kadena's Gerald Walton during Wednesday's Far East Boys Division I Soccer Tournament final. The Panthers dethroned the Dragons 1-0 in overtime for their third D-I title in five years.

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Kubasaki's Ilijah Washington heads the ball against Kadena's Gerald Walton during Wednesday's Far East Boys Division I Soccer Tournament final. The Panthers dethroned the Dragons 1-0 in overtime for their third D-I title in five years. KATRICIA AQUINO/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()
Kadena's Sean Fletcher and Kubasaki's Sinjin Pharathikoune try to play the ball during Wednesday's Far East Boys Division I Soccer Tournament final. The Panthers dethroned the Dragons 1-0 in overtime for their third D-I title in five years.

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Kadena's Sean Fletcher and Kubasaki's Sinjin Pharathikoune try to play the ball during Wednesday's Far East Boys Division I Soccer Tournament final. The Panthers dethroned the Dragons 1-0 in overtime for their third D-I title in five years. KATRICIA AQUINO/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()
Osan's Elizabeth White and Robert D. Edgren's Josie Dooley battle for the ball during Wednesday's elimination game in the Far East Girls Division II Soccer Tournament. The Cougars blanked the Eagles 1-0.

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Osan's Elizabeth White and Robert D. Edgren's Josie Dooley battle for the ball during Wednesday's elimination game in the Far East Girls Division II Soccer Tournament. The Cougars blanked the Eagles 1-0. AUSTIN LIVENGOOD/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()
Osan's Matthew Burbee and Daegu's Giovanni Garrido battle for the ball during Wednesday's playoff game in the Far East Boys Division II Soccer Tournament, won by the Cougars 1-0.

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Osan's Matthew Burbee and Daegu's Giovanni Garrido battle for the ball during Wednesday's playoff game in the Far East Boys Division II Soccer Tournament, won by the Cougars 1-0. CAITLIN BLOUNT/SPECIAL TO STRIPES ()

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SoftballFar East Division I Softball Wednesday at At Kadena Air Base, OkinawaKubasaki 20, Kadena 16 Dragons 661 142—20Panthers 230 227—16W — Reaven East; L — Lauren Erp. Noteworthy — Three-time defending champion Panthers did not reach the tournament final for the first time in its history.Semifinals Seoul American 13, American School In Japan 9 Mustangs 100 014 3 — 9Falcons 271 102 x — 13W — Kendall Winn; L — Allie Rogers.Nile C. Kinnick 5, Kubasaki 2 Dragons 000 001 1 — 2Red Devils 020 012 x — 5W — Mariah Wimberly; L — East.Championship Kinnick 14, Seoul 13 Falcons 200 414 2 — 13Red Devils 154 111 1x — 14W — Wimberly; L — Winn. Noteworthy — First championship for Red Devils in four years; Falcons reached tournament final for the first time since winning it in 2011.Far East Division II Softball Wednesday at Naval Air Facility Atsugi, JapanEdgren 16, King 2 Eagles 102 229 — 16Cobras 000 002 — 2W — Crown; L — Shiona Lonesky.Yokota 6, Edgren 4 Eagles 002 020 — 4Panthers 100 14x — 6W — A. Diaz; L — Crown.Championship Game 1 Yokota 16, Zama 0 Panthers 655 — 16Trojans 000 — 0W — A. Diaz; L — Chiarenza.Game 2 Yokota 10, Zama 6 Trojans 004 011 0 — 6Panthers 212 032 x — 10W — A. Diaz; L — Chiarenza.Game 3 Zama 13, Yokota 3 Panthers 201 00 — 3Trojans 350 5x — 13W — Chiarenza; L — A. Diaz. Noteworthy — Trojans won tournament for the first time in five years.Awards Most Valuable Player — Ally Chiarenza, ZamaMost Outstanding Player — Brittany Crown, Robert D. Edgren (two-time selection)All-Tournament team — Zama: Chiarenza, Ayumi Davis (two-time selection), Krisha Reyes; Yokota: Kaia Austin (three-time selection, former two-time MVP), Adrianna Diaz, Irene Diaz; Edgren: Crown, Sabrina Doria; Daegu: Ariel Lorts; Humphreys: Kaeleen Castro; E.J. King: Abby Skibsted; Osan: Aly Eitland; Matthew C. Perry: Kaede Goble.

BaseballFar East Division I Baseball Wednesday at Yongsan Garrison, South KoreaKadena 7, St. Mary’s 6 Panthers 100 300 3 — 7Titans 000 150 0 — 6W — Sego; L — Neo Yoshii.Kinnick 19, Kubasaki 4 Dragons 202 0 — 4Red Devils 3(10)5 1 — 19W — Vincent Boyer; L — Kyle Featherston.Semifinals ASIJ 21, Kinnick 3 Red Devils 030 — 3Mustangs 30(18)x — 21W — Ken Hemmer; L — Terrence Berg.Kadena 8, Seoul American 1 Panthers 200 051 0 — 8Falcons 000 010 0 — 1W — Chambers; L — Sean Sullivan.Fifth place St. Mary’s 12, Kubasaki 5 Dragons 320 — 5Titans (12)0x — 12W — Kai Strawn; L — Shanon Hyde.Third place Seoul 4, Kinnick 1 Red Devils 010 — 1Falcons 40x — 4W — Jonathan Stewart; L — Kelly.Championship ASIJ 5, Kadena 4 Mustangs 200 100 2 — 5 9 3Panthers 003 001 0 — 4 5 1W — Flores, 5 IP (4 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 0 SO); L — Justin Wilson, 2 IP (4 H, 2 ER, 1 BB, 0 SO). Batting — Mustangs: Fu 2-4; Donahue (2 RBI); Hemmer 3-4. Panthers: Sego 2-4 (2B, 2 RBI).Awards Most Valuable Player — Ryan Vo, ASIJBest Hitter — Sho Hatakeyama, ASIJ.Best Pitcher — Cody Sego, Kadena.Best Catcher — Ian Donahue, ASIJ.Best Infielder — Sam Jensen, Kadena.Best Outfielder — Nate Duenas, Kadena.All-Tournament team — ASIJ: Vo, Max Fu, Hatakeyama, Donahue, Sho Flores; Kadena: Justin Wilson, Cody Chambers, Isaac Hostetler, Jared Duenas; Seoul American: Logan Howell, Dalton Yoder, Evan Bell (two-time selection); Kinnick: Kai Smith, Kacey Walker (three-time selection), Patrick Kelly; St. Mary’s: Taisei Kitahara, Thomas Liao; Kubasaki: Terane Pittman, Trey McKoy.Far East Division II Baseball Wednesday at Camp Humphreys, KoreaYokota 8, Daegu 7 Warriors 020 005 — 7Panthers 330 11x — 8W — Riley DeMarco; L — Kazmierczak. Noteworthy — Warriors finished third.Sixth place Zama 8, Osan 3 Cougars 030 — 3Trojans 17x — 8W — Bayardo; L — Yi.Fourth place Humphreys 5, Edgren 0 Blackhawks 203 00 — 5Eagles 000 00 — 0W — Josh Weaver; L — Enyeart.Championship Perry 2, Yokota 1 Panthers 000 100 0 — 1 6 0Samurai 000 001 1x — 2 6 1W — Macias, 1 1/3 IP (0 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 4 SO); L — Nathan Rundle, 1/3 IP (2 H, 2 ER, 2 BB, 0 SO). Batting — Samurai: Eli Perez 2-3.Awards Most Valuable Player — Garrett Macias (two-time selection, 2015 MVP), Perry.All-Tournament team — Perry: Macias (three-time selection), Peace Gates (three-time selection); Yokota: Jack Winkler, Sean Caffrey; Daegu: Elijah Bembischew, Tommy Kazmierczak; Humphreys: Jackson Taylor, Trey Schreurs; Edgren: Christian Enyeart (two-time selection), Patrick Sledge; Zama: Josh Bayardo, Trystan Welch; Osan: Ryan Yi, Michael Ghim.

Soccer BoysFar East Division I Soccer Wednesday at Camp Foster, OkinawaSemifinals Kubasaki 3, Kinnick 1 Halftime — 2-0. Goals — Dragons: Elliot 3 (12); Red Devils: Moran (16). Assists — Dragons: Swen, Jeff Horton; Red Devils: Kai Sullivan.Kadena 2, Seoul 1 Halftime — 2-0. Goals — Panthers: Callahan (5), Carter Rhodehouse (4); Falcons: Rodriguez (9).Third place Kinnick 4, Seoul 2 Halftime — 3-2. Goals — Red Devils: Moran 2 (18), Sullivan (16), Siibo (4); Falcons: James Rivet (10), T.J. Carver (5). Assists — Red Devils: Sullivan, Siibo; Falcons: Rodriguez.Championship Kadena 1, Kubasaki 0, OT Goal — Panthers: Walton (6).Awards Most Valuable Player — Junta Callahan, Kadena.Golden Boot – Ryo Elliot, KubasakiBest Defender — Quentin Moore, Kadena.Best Goalkeeper — Bobby Riegert, Kubasaki (two-time selection).All-Tournament team — Kadena: Gerald Walton, Nao Heckerman, Guy Renquist, Kian Smith, Moore (two-time selection), Callahan; Kubasaki: Elliot (two-time selection), Joshua Swen, Ilijah Washington (two-time selection), Matthew Lemasters; Nile C. Kinnick: Aki Siibo, Lewis Saldano, Daniel Moran; Seoul American: Jan Rodriguez, Kevin Hwang.Far East Division II Soccer Wednesday at Misawa Air Base, JapanHumphreys 2, E.J. King 1, OT Halftime — 0-0. Goals — Blackhawks: Jonathan Houghton (11), Dillon Rix (3); Cobras: Gemmar Caasi (4).Osan 1, Daegu 0, OT Goal — Cougars: Itsuki Murphy (4).Zama 6, Edgren 0 Halftime — 4-0. Goals — Trojans: Junior Yoplo 3 (18), Shigeru Stuckey (9), Justyn Seraphin (2), Bradley Moore (1). Assists — Trojans: Stuckey 2, Ryan Grubbs.Okinawa Christian 1, Perry 0 Halftime — 0-0. Goal — Crusaders: Kenny Ishida. Noteworthy — Defeated Samurai, five-time defending champions and winners of six of the last seven titles, were dethroned by the Crusaders.Yokota 13, Osan 0 Halftime — 6-0. Goals — Panthers: Brad Juntunen 4 (5), Matthew Rivero 3 (3), Dylan Grimes 2 (29), Danny Cordoba (9), Anthony Gutierrez (9), James Fearney (2).CAJ 15, Humphreys 1 Halftime — 8-0. Goals — Knights: Lawrence Yamaguchi 4 (19), Jacky Holmes 3 (14), Kevin Nelson 2 (9), Angus Holmes (9), Kensuke Okamoto 2 (2), Naofumi Awata (1); Blackhawks: Rowe Tampus (1).Thursday's matches Semifinals OCSI vs. CAJ, 9:30 a.m. Zama vs. Yokota, 11:30 a.m.Championship Match 12 winner vs. Match 13 winner, 3:30 p.m.Consolation bracket King vs. Osan, 7:30 a.m.; loser takes ninth place Daegu vs. Humphreys, 7:30 a.m.; loser takes 10th place Perry vs. TBD, 8:10 a.m. Edgren vs. TBD, 8:10 a.m. TBD, 8:50 a.m., fifth and sixth place TBD, 1:30 p.m., seventh and eighth place TBD, 2:30 p.m., third and fourth place

GirlsFar East Girls Division I Soccer Wednesday at Yokosuka Naval Base, JapanKinnick 4, ASIJ 3 Halftime — Mustangs 3-2. Goals — Red Devils: Kiralyn Kawachi 3 (24), Ella Eisenhardt (17); Mustangs: Kennedy Baca (16), Lexi Howe (13), Rikako Kent (10). Assists — Red Devils: Hannah Quejada; Mustangs: Baca 2, Kent.Kadena 3, Kubasaki 1 Halftime — Dragons 1-0. Goals — Panthers: Pam Barrett 2 (11), Korina Macato (9); Dragons: Brooke Davis (3). Assists — Panthers: Barrett; Dragons: Jenna Smith.Semifinals Kinnick 2, Kubasaki 1 Halftime — 2-1. Goals — Red Devils: Kawachi (25), Quejada (5); Dragons: Camden Anderson (1). Assists — Red Devils: Cassie Medel, Mariana Castro; Dragons: Da’Zha Loney. Noteworthy — Red Devils, finalists for third straight year, ended Dragons three-year title reign.ASIJ 2, Kadena 1, SO (3-1) Regulation goals — Mustangs: Kent (11); Panthers: Arisa Armel (3). Assist — Panthers: Barrett. Shootout goals — Mustangs: Howe, Kent, Baca; Panthers: Samantha Murray.Thursday's matches Kubasaki vs. Seoul American, 8:30 a.m. Kadena vs. Seoul, 11 a.m. Kubasaki vs. Kadena, 1:30 p.m. Kinnick vs. ASIJ, 3 p.m., championship and second placeFar East Girls Division II Soccer Wednesday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, JapanCAJ 3, Daegu 1 Halftime — 0-0. Goals — Knights: Kaitlyn Corbett 3 (4); Warriors: Ashley Clifton (3).Yokota 3, Humphreys 1 Halftime — Panthers 1-0. Goals — Panthers: Jamia Bailey 3 (20); Blackhawks: Hannah Francis (1). Assists — Panthers: Ai Robbins; Blackhawks: Isabella Nocera.Osan 1, Edgren 0 Halftime — 0-0. Goal — Cougars: Allyson Marek (13).Zama 4, King 1 Halftime — 3-1. Goals — Trojans: Amanda Stephens 2 (38), Rachel Norton (15), Sora Thompson (2); Cobras: Megumi Kodama (1).Sacred Heart 7, CAJ 0 Halftime — 3-0. Goals — Symbas: Joyce Skeete 3 (23), Emu Yoshimura 3 (18), Linda Lazzari (8).Perry 8, Yokota 1 Halftime — 3-1. Goals — Samurai: Bobbi Hill 5 (44), Hazel Bolduc 2 (8), Taniya Smith (14); Panthers: Bailey (21).Thursday's matches Sacred Heart vs. Osan, 8 a.m. Perry vs. Zama, 10 a.m. Humphreys vs. Daegu, noon, ninth and 10th place Edgren vs. King, 12:30 p.m. CAJ vs. Yokota, 1 p.m. Edgren-King vs. CAJ-Yokota losers, 1:30 p.m., seventh and eighth place Edgren-King vs. CAJ-Yokota winners, 2 p.m., fifth and sixth place ISSH-Osan vs. Perry-Zama losers, 2:45 p.m., third and fourth place ISSH-Osan vs. Perry-Zama winners, 4:45 p.m., championship and second place

Track and fieldKanto Plain finals Tuesday at Yokota Air BaseBoys Kinnick 127½, ASIJ 124, St. Mary’s 99, CAJ 87, Zama 75, Yokota 24½ Shot put — 1, Stone Damon, ASIJ, 13.52 meters; 2, Alec Austin, Kinnick, 13.39; 3, Josh Weatherford, Kinnick, 11.76; 4, Braedon Long, St. Mary’s, 10.94; 5, Joshua Atkinson, Zama, 10.78; 6, David Dickson, ASIJ, 10.77; 7, Ekamjot Bedi, St. Mary’s, 10.48; 8, Gage Henderson, Kinnick, 10.37.Discus — 1, Atkinson, 39.46; 2, Austin, 39.42; 3, Long, 19.38; 4, Dickson, 36.78; 5, Ren Niikura, ASIJ, 34.94; 6, Jaylen Gardner, Yokota, 31.58; 7, Bedi, 31.42; 8, Joshua Vitug, Kinnick, 30.48.High jump — 1, Rhece Jones, Zama, 1.75; 2, Toki Schafer, St. Mary’s, 1.70 (fewer attempts); 3, Rei Arbuckle, CAJ, 1.70; 4, Davion Roberts, Kinnick, 1.65; 5 (tie), Kouki Wood, St. Mary’s, and Brennan Seibert, Yokota, 1.60 (fewer attempts); 7, Dan Uchino, CAJ, 1.60 (fewer attempts); 8, Richard Shimamoto, CAJ, 1.60.Long jump — 1, Jones, 5.93; 2, Kory Sterling, Yokota, 5.71; 3, James Sease, ASIJ, 5.68; 4, Tomo Nelson, CAJ, 5.61; 5, Yuta Fukaya, St. Mary’s, 5.56; 6, Roberts, 5.45; 7, Jeremiah Kirk, Kinnick, 5.39; 8, Lyndon Abonita, Kinnick, 5.27.100 — 1, Kaito Suzuki, CAJ, 11.26 seconds; 2, Chauncey Jamerson, Kinnick, 11.40; 3, Hiroki Iino, ASIJ, 11.46; 4, Zion Brown, Zama, 11.88; 5, Wonjun Kim, CAJ, 11.90; 6, Fukaya, St. Mary’s, 11.91; 7 (tie), Tenyu Kuboya, St. Mary’s, and Shimamoto, 12.00.110 hurdles — 1, Schafer, 16.69; 2, Ken Pitts, Kinnick, 17.36; 3, Arbuckle, 17.64; 4, Kaito Yamagishi, ASIJ, 17.72; 5, Nathan Ferrer, Yokota, 18.37; 6, Chad Driscoll, CAJ, 18.57; 7, Tatsuhito Matsumoto, St. Mary’s, 18.62; 8, Aidan Anderson, ASIJ, 19.55.200 — 1, Suzuki, 22.32; 2, Iino, 22.87; 3, Brown, 23.84; 4, DeShawn Williams, Kinnick, 23.87; Everett Hirano, ASIJ, 24.12; 6, Isaiah Brown, Kinnick, 24.15; 7, Kuboya, 24.29; 8, Kim, 24.45.300 hurdles — 1, Leonardo A’DeLima, St. Mary’s, 42.67; 2, Yukio Masuko, ASIJ, 43.00; 3, Pitts, 43.79; 4, Nick Sloan, Kinnick, 44.32; 5, Matsumoto, 45.29; 6, Ryan Posthumus, Kinnick, 45.33; 7, Yamagishi, 45.42; 8, Anderson, 46.22.400 — 1, Britt Sease, ASIJ, 48.06 (Pacific record; previous record 48.25 set by Jabari Johnson, Kinnick, 2016); 2, Brown, 51.64; 3, Arman Balian, ASIJ, 52.71; 4, Hirano, 54.17; 5, Devoney Stanley, Kinnick, 54.36; 6, Adam Tanifuji, St. Mary’s; 55.22; 7, Kento Berry, CAJ, 55.23; 8, Keonte Robertson, Zama, 55.32.400 relay — 1, Kinnick (Jamerson, Cortavious Fletcher, Jeremiah Kirk, Gatlin Weidler), 44.92; 2, CAJ, 45.18; 3, ASIJ, 45.78; 4, St. Mary’s, 45.82; 5, Zama, 45.88; 6, Kinnick B, 47.89.800 — 1, Luke Rogan, ASIJ, 1 minute, 59.97 seconds; 2, Jerry Lotz, Kinnick, 2:03.60; 3 (tie), Tristin Mori, CAJ, and Mason Smith, Kinnick, 2:03.77; Emil Ballan, ASIJ, 2:07.42; 6, Joshua Minimo, Kinnick, 2:08.00; 7, Gaku Hamasaki, St. Mary’s, 2:09.59; 8, Robertson, 2:10.52.1,600 — 1, Hunter Lund, Zama, 4:34.63;p 2, A’DeLima, 4:34.80; 3, Thomas Richter, St. Mary’s, 4:36.40; 4, Lotz, 4:37.87; 5, Takehiro Murai, CAJ, 4:38.09; 6, Mickey Galvin, Yokota, 4:46.54; 7, Trevor McAuliffe, ASIJ, 4:46.55; 8, Jino Arai, St. Mary’s, 4:55.40.1,600 relay — 1, ASIJ (Sease, Iino, Balian, Hirano), 3:31.99; 2, Kinnick, 3:33.26; 3, CAJ, 3:37.99, 4, St. Mary’s, 3:38.91; 5, Kinnick B, 3:48.12; 6, Zama, 3:52.90; 7, CAJ B, 3:57.10; 8, Yokota, 4:06.57.3,200 — 1, Lund, 9:35.83; 2, Ryan Nishida, ASIJ, 9:39.35; 3, Murai, 9:56.44; 4, Arai, 10:31.02; 5, Jordan Van Druff, CAJ, 10:37.47; 6, Zachary Sapiot, Kinnick, 10:34.71; 7, Hayato Taguchi, CAJ, 10;41.09; 8, Ryusei Aomi, St. Mary’s, 10:54.13.Girls Kinnick 221, Zama 102, ASIJ 90, Seisen 59, Yokota 46, CAJ 19 Shot put — 1, Teddy Bates, Kinnick, 9.30 meters; 2, Angel Hill, Kinnick, 9.08; 3, Sophia Lowery, Kinnick, 8.72; 4, Brittany Moore, Zama, 8.06; 5, Kamanelelehua Clemens, Zama, 8.02; 6, Jessica Brantley, Zama, 7.89; 7, Hannah Cowan, Zama, 7.42; 8, Aisling O’Flaherty, Seisen, 7.15.Discus — 1, Maya Pugh, Kinnick, 26.64; 2, Bates, 26.24; 3, Renai Bitor, Kinnick, 25.92; 4, Macie Jones, Kinnick, 25.18; 5, Misa Cunhs, Seisen, 24.26; 6, O’Flaherty, 24.12; 7, Lowery, 23.52; 8, Moore, 23.50.High jump — 1, Exotica Hall, Kinnick, 1.65; 2, Kanon Ishibashi, Seisen, 1.45 (fewer attempts); 3, Andrea Fehrman, ASIJ, 1.45; 4, Kailee Rucker, Kinnick, 1.40 (fewer attempts); 5, Annabelle Deakin, CAJ, 1.40; 6, Kendall Damon, ASIJ, 1.35 (fewer attempts); 7, Cunhs, 1.35; 8, Rita Bousalham, Kinnick, 1.25.Long jump — 1, Hall, 4.65; 2, Kathleen Martens, Seisen, 4.56; 3, Faith Bryant, Zama, 4.53; 4, Megumi Nakazawa, CAJ, 4.51; 5, Lisa Masayama, ASIJ, 4.43; 6, Dazlyn Brown, Kinnick, 4.35; 7, Rucker, 4.27; 8, Maya Yokota, CAJ, 4.12.100 — 1, Tasia Nelson, Zama, 12.46 seconds; 2, Hall, 12.99; 3, Ti’Ara Carroll, Zama, 13.15; 4, Thea Dowrich, ASIJ, 13.21; 5 (tie), Venus Hill, Kinnick, and Brown, 13.35; 7, Nia Wilson, Kinnick, 13.49; 8, Cymetrius Jefferson, Yokota, 13.63.100 hurdles — 1, Britney Bailey, Yokota, 16.47; 2, Sontti Sesay, Kinnick, 17.32; 3, Nyah Kidd, Kinnick, 17.51; 4, Elise Lindsay, Kinnick, 18.44; 5, Damon, 18.84; 6, Erika Nagahashi, ASIJ, 19.07; 7, Maya Yamagata, Seisen, 19.12; 8, Nina Fukui, Seisen, 19.22.200 — 1, Nelson, 25.84; 2, Jefferson, 27.39; 3, Kumari Ross, Kinnick, 28.03; 4, Bailey, 28.25; 5, V. Hill, 28.33; 6, Jocelyn Meyer, ASIJ, 28.94; 7, Peiadra Sutton, Kinnick, 29.13; 8, Shiho Sato, Seisen, 29.53.300 hurdles — 1, Bailey, 48,73; 2, Sesay, 49.65; 3, Kidd, 50.00; 4, Lindsay, 51.15; 5, Diva-Oriane Marty, ASIJ, 52.96; 6, Yamgata, 54.45; 7, Brianna Ratliff, Zama, 55.53; 8, Lynelle Adepoju, Kinnick, 57.41.400 — 1, Bryant, 1 minute, 1.38 seconds; 2, Debrianna Ellis, Kinnick, 1:02.07; 3, Teanna Bellamy, Kinnick, 1:03.28; 4, Ross, 1:04.50; 5, Meyer, 1:05.17; 6, Alexis Hall, Zama, 1:05.93; 7, Dowrich, 1:06.57; 8, Johanna Yoshimura, CAJ, 1:06.84.400 relay — 1, Zama (Gwen Anderson, Carroll, Nelson, Bryant), 48.54 (Pacific record; previous record 49.17, Kadena, 2012); 2, Kinnick, 51.59; 3, Yokota, 52.01; 4, Seisen, 54.18; 5, Kinnick B, 55.11; 6, CAJ, 55.72; 7, Seisen B, 1:02.78.800 — 1, Erin Stonebarger, Kinnick, 2:28.84; 2, Lisa Watanuki, ASIJ, 2:36.65; 3, Hannah Kohatsu, Kinnick, 2:37.67; 4, Leah Fahy, ASIJ, 2:41.04; 5, Stephanie Eristoff, ASIJ, 2:41.61; 6, Emily Flochel, Seisen, 2:43.14; 7, Kate Reselosa, Zama, 2:43.44; 8, Alonna Bariring, Yokota, 2:45.61.1,600 — 1, Taryn Cates-Beier, Kinnick, 5:31.38; 2, Watanuki, 5:34.40; 3, Jessica Hibler, Zama, 5:37.12; 4, Rissa Eilmes, Kinnick, 5:39.57; 5, Alisha Sharma, Seisen, 5:43.33; 6, Eristoff, 5:46.97; 7, Fahy, 5:47.56; 8, Hanae Betsuyaku, ASIJ, 5:56.56.1,600 relay — 1, Zama (Anderson, Bryant, Nelson, Carroll, 4:13.05); 2, Kinnick, 4:18.60; 3, Seisen, 4:35.20; 4, ASIJ, 4:37.16; 5, Yokota, 4:38.05; 6, CAJ, 4:40.57.3,200 — 1, Watanuki, 11:55.92; 2, Eilmes, 12:18.27; 3, Hibler, 12:27.12; 4, Eristoff, 12:33.36; 5, Sharma, 12:35.63; 6, Cates-Beier, 12:50.89; 7, Betsuyaku, 12:56.54; 8, Isabel Young, Zama, 13:38.91.

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