Top performers, April 29, 2015
BaseballAaron Misner, Osan: Freshman got the win and went 2-for-2 with two RBIs and a stolen base as the Cougars won the first of two games Saturday over Seoul American and clinched the DODDS Korea title.Jack Malone, Yokota: Went 5-for-7 with five RBIs and three stolen bases as the Panthers swept a Friday doubleheader at Robert D. Edgren.
SoftballAlexis Harrod, Seoul American: Pitched wins in back-to-back games and batted 4-for-4 with two home runs and four stolen bases.
Boys soccerMalik Wilkes, Zama: Sparked a second-half rally with two goals, then hit the winning penalty kick as the Trojans came back to beat Matthew C. Perry and win the DODDS Japan tournament. Wilkes leads the Pacific with 31 goals.HoKyong Adkins, Seoul American: Scored the match winner in the final minute of the second five-minute extra-time period as the Falcons beat Seoul Foreign for the Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division Tournament title.Imani Washington, Kubasaki: Scored twice, giving him 17 goals on the season, as the Dragons improved to 10-1-3 with a shutout of Futenma.
Girls soccerKiralyn Kawachi, Nile C. Kinnick: Recorded 12 assists over the weekend, giving her 20 on the season, as the Red Devils won the DODDS Japan tournament title for the second straight year.Reiko Lemasters, Kubasaki: Scored four times, giving her five goals on the season, as the Dragons remained unbeaten with a win over Kitanakagusuku.
Track and fieldChristian Sonnenberg, Yokota: Threw the discus 50.85 meters in Saturday’s DODDS throwers finals at Yokota to break the 27-year-old Pacific record of 50.65, set by Yokota senior Stephe DeSantis.Brittani Shappell, Seisen: Broke her own Kanto Plain record in the 3,000-meter run, clocking 10 minutes, 34.97 seconds. Her old record was set last year as an eighth grader, 10:52.37.Regine Tugade, John F. Kennedy, Guam: Came within .02 seconds of the 200-meter dash record, clocking 25.80 in a meet Friday at Okkodo; the record of 25.78 was set in 2013 by Jade Cummings of Zion Christian on Okinawa.