Top performers, May 4, 2016
Track and fieldDaniel Galvin, Yokota: Recorded a personal-best 4:22.24, .6 seconds off the northwest Pacific record of 4:21.64, on April 28 in a tune-up race for his final Kanto Plain championship meet May 14.Tiarrah Edwards, Kadena: Won the shot put and swept the 100- and 300-meter hurdles in Saturday’s final regular-season Okinawa meet.Alyssa Tatum, Guam: Broke the eight-year-old island record in the 3,000-meter run, clocking 11:23.22, snapping the old mark of 11:24.30 set in 2008 by Leana Peters of George Washington. BaseballT.J. Reney, Yokota: Got the win with three innings of relief and helped himself at the plate by batting 2-for-4 with a triple, stolen base and two RBIs on Friday as the Panthers routed Kinnick 13-2.Blake Woodward, Humphreys: Went four innings, giving up four hits and a walk while striking out six and going 3-for-5 at the plate with two RBIs in the Blackhawks’ 21-7 romp over Osan.
SoftballKaia Austin, Yokota: Went 2-for-2 with a triple, a home run, a stolen base and seven RBIs as the Panthers romped 15-5 over Kinnick.Alexis Harrod, Seoul American: Remained unbeaten, going four innings and allowing one hit and four walks while striking out seven as the Falcons routed Humphreys 17-2.AnaMalae Tia, Daegu: Went the distance, giving up seven hits and five walks while striking out 13 in five innings and going 3-for-3 at the plate with a triple and two RBIs in the Warriors’ 11-9 win over Osan.
Boys soccerMiles Mahlock, Kubasaki: Scored his 19th goal of the season in the first half, all the scoring the Dragons needed April 27 in a 2-0 shutout of Kadena, increasing the Dragons season-series lead to 3-0.
Girls soccerAndrea Carandang, Osan: Scored five goals over the weekend, giving her 27 for the season and 101 for her career, boosting the Cougars to the Korea Blue Division tournament title with a 1-0 win Saturday over Seoul American.Bobbi Hill, Perry: Had five goals and six assists over the weekend, running her Pacific-leading scoring total to 38 goals, as the Samurai blanked E.J. King 10-0 and 5-0 on Friday and Saturday.