FootballCaeleb Ricafrent, Matthew C. Perry – Gained 226 yards and scored three touchdowns on 28 carries, powering the Samurai past Robert D. Edgren 33-25 Saturday at Yokota, clinching host rights to the Far East Division II title game on Nov. 8.Shawn Robinson, Edgren – Accounted for 122 all-purpose yards, rushed for a touchdown, caught a TD pass and threw a scoring pass in the losing cause.DeMarco Andrews, Daegu – Rushed only five times, but for 240 yards and four touchdowns, completed a pass for 30 yards and had 60 yards on two returns to lift the Warriors past Osan 38-6 on Friday.Lewis Harris, Guam – Closed his Panther career by catching 12 passes for 185 yards and recording 16 tackles in Saturday’s 20-13 Interscholastic Football League quarterfinal loss at John F. Kennedy.Shota Sprunger, Yokota – Had six returns for 199 yards and ran seven times for 52 yards and two scores, helping the Panthers snap a three-game losing streak 50-19 Friday against Zama.Jaedon Baker, Zama – Returned fumbles 70 and 38 yards for touchdowns for the Trojans in the losing cause.Dre Paylor, Nile C. Kinnick – Ran for 241 yards and a touchdown on 27 carries, picked off two passes and recorded 10 tackles in the Red Devils’ first defeat of the season, 15-9 Friday at American School In Japan.Winston Maxwell, Kubasaki – Playing despite a sore wrist and sprained ankle, ran for 168 yards on 27 carries, helping the Dragons rally from an 8-7 deficit for a 15-8 win Thursday at Kadena. The win puts the Dragons in the Nov. 8 Far East Division I title game for the fourth straight season.
TennisRikki Kendall, E.J. King – Led an eight-match sweep by the Cobras in their annual Korea visit to Daegu, blanking Jimmy Bradford of the Warriors 8-0.
Girls volleyballMiranda Fino, Kubasaki – The junior setter dished out 17 assists in the Dragons’ 25-22, 25-6, 25-9 win Tuesday over Kadena, completing a four-match regular-season sweep by the Dragons.
Cross countryZoe Jarvis, Kubasaki – The Dragons sophomore got her first win of the Okinawa season last Wednesday at the Kishaba Housing Area course on Camp Foster, running the 3.12-mile event in 20 minutes, 35 seconds.