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Taejon Christian

Humphreys boys, Seoul American girls capture titles

Hill and Metcalf lead Blackhawk boys after two straight tourney finals losses, while Dykes stars on defense as Falcons defend championship.


Korea teams face adjustments in post-Far East tourney

After Far East hoops was moved up due to Olympics, DODEA teams in South Korea now play in KAIAC championships.


Longtime DODEA-Pacific athletics coordinator dies after a long illness

Don Hobbs, was the athletics coordinator for DODEA-Pacific for 13 years and a DODEA employee for more than three decades.


Prep roundup

Falcons stay unbeaten by edging Osan

Seoul American freshman sinks both free throws with just .8 seconds left to give her Falcons a 39-38 squeaker of a win over Osan.


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.


Osan, Seoul Foreign earn title sweeps

Goalkeeper Haille Nugent stopped the last two shots in a penalty-kick shootout and the Cougars held off Seoul Foreign 3-1 for the tournament title. Crusaders top Seoul American 9-2 for boys title.

Taejon Christian school info

Location:
Daejeon, South Korea
Mascot: Dragons
Colors: Black and gold
Student enrollment:

Website:
http://www.tcis.or.kr/
Principals: Peter Pearse, Barbara Wrightson
Athletic director: John Hwang

Coaches:
Boys volleyball: Melinda Wilder
Girls volleyball: Christina Welch
Tennis: Joshua Chun
Cross country: Mike Kosh, Amanda Maholtz
Boys basketball:
Girls basketball:
Girls soccer: Andy Hay
Boys soccer: Andres Sanabria


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