Top performers, March 25, 2015
Boys soccerVince Ermitano, Matthew C. Perry – Scored five times and assisted on two other goals as the Samurai won three times and tied one other match and captured the title in their own Perry Cup tournament.Kevin McGuire, Seoul American – Scored his second and third goals of the season, helping the Falcons win one match and tie another in a DODDS Korea jamboree at the school’s Sims Field.Iseiah Washington, Kubasaki – Scored four goals as the Dragons won one match, lost another and tied another over the weekend.
Girls soccerAndrea Carandang, Osan – Scored four goals as the Cougars won both of their matches to share the top record with Seoul American in a DODDS Korea jamboree at Cougars Field.Hannah Frederick, Seoul American – Scored two goals and assisted on three others as the Falcons matched Osan by winning both of their jamboree matches.Kiralyn Kawachi, Nile C. Kinnick – Scored four goals to help the Red Devils to a two-match sweep at Robert D. Edgren in a DODDS Japan weekend series.Megan Hurley, Zama – Scored two goals each in two matches, giving her 11 for the season, to help the Trojans sweep a weekend DODDS Japan series at E.J. King.
BaseballWesley Hardin, Osan – Scattered seven hits and allowed four earned runs and helped himself with two hits and three RBIs in the Cougars’ DODDS Korea season-opening 15-6 win over Humphreys.
SoftballAlicia Paul, Robert D. Edgren – Batted 4-for-6 with a grand slam and seven total RBIs as the Eagles won 23-22 Saturday at Zama to split a two-game DODDS Japan weekend series.Sally Lambie, Yokota – Hit a walk-off bases-loaded triple to cap a rally from a 9-5 deficit and help Yokota defeat E.J. King 11-9 to sweep a weekend DODDS Japan series at Yokota.
Track and fieldDai’Quan Wilson, Humphreys – Swept the 100, 200 and 400, qualifying for the Far East meet, and helped the Blackhawks boys finish tops amongst Division II teams in the second DODDS Korea meet of the season.Hunter Ficenec, Kadena – Won the 800 and 1,600, qualifying for the Far East meet, and helped Kadena win the 3,200 relay and the team title in the first Okinawa meet of the season.Kaelyn Francis, Kubasaki – Clocked 12.02 on the stopwatch/printer in the 100 – the second-fastest time ever posted in the Pacific in the event under any form of timing. Also won the 200.Wren Renquist, Kadena – Swept the three distances races, the 800, 1,600 and 3,200, qualifying for Far East in the latter.Rhyssa Hizon, Nile C. Kinnick – Won the long jump, 100 and 200 and helped the Red Devils win the 400 relay in the second Kanto Plain meet of the season, qualifying for Far East in the 200 and long jump.Daniel Galvin, Yokota – Swept the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 and has now qualified for Far East in those events plus the 400.Audri Salter, Nile C. Kinnick – Swept the shot put, discus and high jump, qualifying for Far East in each.