Blackhawks will host title game after dispatching Warriors

With the win, Humphreys booked its ticket to a rematch of the 2016 Far East D-II final against Matthew C. Perry at 6 p.m. Oct. 28.

Daegu-Humphreys showdown will determine D-II host

For Humphreys football, the game plan is simple: Win Friday at Daegu and the Blackhawks host Matthew C. Perry for the Far East Division II title on Oct. 28.

Perry wins D-II showdown with Humphreys

Defending champions stay unbeaten in D-II play by defeating the team that it could face again in a few weeks for Far East title.

Home Team

Schedule change will cause some Korea teams to miss district play

In any other year, DODEA-Korea’s cross country, volleyball and tennis teams would have district tournaments to prepare for Far East tournaments.

Perry, Humphreys to get a feel for each other before title game

It’s rare that two teams get a chance to see each other two weeks before they likely play each other for Far East Division II football’s top prize.

Humphreys stays unbeaten by pounding Edgren

Miles Brice accounted for 243 yards total offense and two touchdowns and David Key and Josh Weaver starred on both offense and defense.

Home Team

Rules governing long trips are there to prevent incidents

Garrett Macias and his Matthew C. Perry football teammates were settled in early Thursday evening for their bus ride, as long as 13 hours, to Yokota, their minds focused on a possible berth in the Far East Division II football title game.

Humphreys-Daegu will help determine host for D-II title game

The Humphreys football team hopes that Friday will be the first step back toward its second straight appearance in the Far East Division II football title game.

Brice has big game as Humphreys pulls away from Seoul American

Quarterback Miles Brice accounted for 306 yards and threw for three touchdowns and the Blackhawks scored four more times on the ground and once on defense.

Humphreys school info

Location:Camp Humphreys, South Korea
Colors:Black and Vegas gold

Principal:Erin Grazak
Athletic director:Tess Sterling

Molly Elliott, Ron Merriwether
Tennis:Sun Choe, Matt Pollack
Cross country:Dean Florio
Boys volleyball:
Girls volleyball:Cheryl Curry
Boys basketball:Ron Merriwether
Girls basketball:Laura Corder
Baseball:Billy Clites
Softball:Haley Hartsough
Boys soccer:Vernie Jones
Girls soccer:Joshua Henry
Track and field:Ron Merriwether


Wall of champions

Far East Championships for Humphreys High:


Cross country: Sarah Francis, DII girls
Division II boys track
Track: Tim Ward, DII boys 110 hurdles; Cullen Areniego, DII boys 300 hurdles


Track: Tim Ward, DII boys 110 hurdles; Miles Brice, DII high jump; Nicole Castro, DII girls 800; Natalie Cornwall, DII girls 1,600, 3,200; Jaedyn Jones, DII girls 100 hurdles; DII girls 3,200 relay; Ryan Duncan, DII girls long jump


Track - Tim Ward, 110 boys hurdles

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