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E.J. King's Mali Schinker boots the ball against Matthew C. Perry during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls soccer matches. The Cobras won both matches 6-0 and 3-0, capping an 8-0 sweep of their matches with the Samurai.
E.J. King's Mali Schinker boots the ball against Matthew C. Perry during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls soccer matches. The Cobras won both matches 6-0 and 3-0, capping an 8-0 sweep of their matches with the Samurai. (Miya O'Mara/For Stars and Stripes)
E.J. King's Mali Schinker boots the ball against Matthew C. Perry during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls soccer matches. The Cobras won both matches 6-0 and 3-0, capping an 8-0 sweep of their matches with the Samurai.
E.J. King's Mali Schinker boots the ball against Matthew C. Perry during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls soccer matches. The Cobras won both matches 6-0 and 3-0, capping an 8-0 sweep of their matches with the Samurai. (Miya O'Mara/For Stars and Stripes)
E.J. King's Shayden Galinato-Moriwaki and Matthew C. Perry's Mackenzie Game chase the ball during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls soccer matches. The Cobras won 6-0 and 3-0, capping an 8-0 sweep of their season series with the Samurai.
E.J. King's Shayden Galinato-Moriwaki and Matthew C. Perry's Mackenzie Game chase the ball during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls soccer matches. The Cobras won 6-0 and 3-0, capping an 8-0 sweep of their season series with the Samurai. (Miya O'Mara/For Stars and Stripes)
E.J. King's Mali Schinker and Matthew C. Perry's Natalie Oldham battle for the ball during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls soccer matches. The Cobras won 6-0 and 3-0, capping an 8-0 sweep of their season series with the Samurai.
E.J. King's Mali Schinker and Matthew C. Perry's Natalie Oldham battle for the ball during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls soccer matches. The Cobras won 6-0 and 3-0, capping an 8-0 sweep of their season series with the Samurai. (Miya O'Mara/For Stars and Stripes)
Matthew C. Perry's McKenzie Mitchell and E.J. King's Alyssa Garcia chase the ball during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls soccer matches. The Cobras won 6-0 and 3-0, capping an 8-0 season-series sweep over the Samurai.
Matthew C. Perry's McKenzie Mitchell and E.J. King's Alyssa Garcia chase the ball during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls soccer matches. The Cobras won 6-0 and 3-0, capping an 8-0 season-series sweep over the Samurai. (Miya O'Mara/For Stars and Stripes)

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Track and field GuamFriday at Upper Tumon (Distances in meters)Boys Shot put — Christian Webster, Simon Sanchez, 10.61 meters; Discus — Deshaun Warren, Tiyan, 28.67; Javelin — Christian Ruder, George Washington, 39.51; Long jump — Jalen Thach, Guam High, 5.60; Triple jump — Jaeden Hose, Guam, 10.85; 100 — Andre Johnson, Guam, 12.04 seconds; 110 hurdles — GianCarlo Hemerlin, Guam, 18.39; 200 — Aaron Johnson, Guam, 24.74; 300 hurdles — Hose, 47.94; 400 — Ruder, 55.34; 400 relay — Guam (Hose, An. Johnson, Aa. Johnson, Logan Brewer), 47.06; 800 — Cody Villegas, Simon Sanchez, 2 minutes, 21.59 seconds; 1,500 — Joseph Schwartz, Guam, 4:56.94; 1,600 relay — Guam (Aa. Johnson, An. Johnson, Brewer, Thach), 3:50.96; 3,000 — Andrew Alconaba, George Washington, 10:44.80.Girls Shot put — Shirleen Espinueva, Simon Sanchez, 7.56 meters; Discus — Espinueva, 24.57; Javelin — Angela Pedrajas, Academy of Our Lady of Guam, 22.65; Long jump — Aliya Jones, Guam, 3.80; Triple jump — Jones, 8.11; 100 — Kailee Guerrero, Guam, 14.02 seconds; 100 hurdles — Tehya Mendiola, Simon Sanchez, 18.33; 200 — Maegan Sheffield, Guam High, 29.55; 300 hurdles — Jones, 56.43; 400 — Mikayla Angoco, Guam, 1 minute, 6.03 seconds; 400 relay — Guam (Princess Fajardo, Angoco, Guerrero, Sheffield), 54.72; 800 — Liliana Fennessey, Guam, 2:37.65; 1,500 — Sameha Wilbank, Guam, 5:48.52; 1,600 relay — Guam (Angoco, Fajardo, Guerrero, Ashley Chapman), 4:42.65; 3,000 — Wilbank, 12:34.94.

Baseball South KoreaDODEA-Korea championship Humphreys 9, Daegu 6 Friday at Camp WalkerWarriors 220 02 — 6Blackhawks 500 4x — 9W — Deacon Hahn 5 IP (2 H, 2 ER, 8 BB, 11 SO, 3 HP); L — Ethan Gamez 4 IP (6 H, 6 ER, 5 BB, 8 SO). Batting — Blackhawks: Jamie Zinn 2-2 (2B, 2 RBI, 2 SB), Max Weidley 2-3 (2B, 2 RBI), Levi Ramos (2B, 2 RBI), Ethan Carney (3 SB). Noteworthy — Ramos’ two-run double in the bottom of the first inning put the Blackhawks in front to stay.

Softball South KoreaDODEA-Korea championship Daegu 9, Humphreys 6 Friday at Camp WalkerBlackhawks 201 03 — 6 8 2Warriors 403 2x — 9 5 2W — Bethani Newbold 5 IP (8 H, 5 ER, 2 BB, 4 SO, WP); L — Lizette Ceja 4 IP (5 H, 7 ER, 4 BB, 4 SO, 2 WP). Batting — Warriors: Maddie Mihalic 2-3 (2 3B, 2 RBI), Newbold 2-2 (3B, 6 SB); Blackhawks: Zoe Weidley 2-3 (2B, 3B, 2 RBI), Madison Bridges 2-3 (2B), Ceja 2-3. Noteworthy — With one out in the bottom of the first, Mihalic tripled and scored the tying run on a Newbold single, Newbold advanced on a wild pitch, then stole third and scored on a fielder’s choice groundout to put the Warriors ahead for good.

Basketball Boys South KoreaDODEA-Korea championship Humphreys 78, Osan 46 Friday at Camp HumphreysCougars 2 14 15 15 — 46Blackhawks 13 21 19 25 — 78Scoring — Blackhawks: Myles Johnson 24, Sean Cook 15, Collin Metcalf 12; Cougars: Gavin Lunn 20. Noteworthy — Johnson scored 20 of his points in the second half; Cook scored 13 of 15 in the first half; and Lunn had 12 of his points in the second quarter.

Soccer Boys South KoreaDODEA-Korea championship Humphreys 2, Osan 0 Saturday at Osan Air BaseHalftime — 1-0. Goals — Isaac Lee (7), Juan Martinez (1). Assists — Tony Oh, John Matlock. Noteworthy — Martinez’s goal came in the first 70 seconds, putting the Blackhawks up for good. They finished 7-0 on the season, while the Cougars went 2-5.

JapanMatthew C. Perry 6, E.J. King 0 Saturday at Sasebo Naval BaseHalftime — 3-0. Goals — Jaythan Baythavong 2 (3), Shion Fleming (6), Jonathan Ramirez (5), Gage Behnken (4), John Shaver (2). Assists — Giovanni Cano 2 (12), Fleming, Julian Ramirez. Noteworthy — Samurai won the season series 6-0.

Girls South KoreaDODEA-Korea championship Humphreys 2, Daegu 0 Saturday at Osan Air BaseHalftime — 1-0. Goals — Makayla Shaw (4), Aria Freeman (1). Assist — Arielle Stickar. Noteworthy — Freeman scored just before halftime to put the Blackhawks ahead to stay. Both teams finished 4-2-1 overall, with the Blackhawks going 2-1-1 against the Warriors.

GuamAcademy 2, Guam 1, OT Saturday at Agana HeightsHalftime — 0-0. Full time 1-1. Goal — Panthers: Ha’ani Cruz (1).

JapanSaturday at Sasebo Naval BaseKing 6, Perry 0 Halftime — 5-0. Goals — Jae Garland 3 (8), Mali Schinker (12), Hanna O’Mara (4), Briana Bellingar (1).King 3, Perry 0 Halftime — 1-0. Goals — Garland 2 (10), Schinker (13). Noteworthy — Cobras won the season series 8-0.

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