FootballJustin Sego, Kadena – Rushed for 171 yards and three touchdowns on 14 carries, threw a touchdown pass, intercepted a pass and had two returns for 90 yards in the Panthers’ 49-0 romp over Nile C. Kinnick.Dre Paylor, Nile C. Kinnick – Had 108 yards on 24 carries and 116 all-purpose yards in the losing cause.DeMarco Andrews, Daegu – Rushed 12 times for 143 yards and two touchdowns as the Warriors remained the only unbeaten team in the Pacific, downing Division I Seoul American 32-18.Myles Haynes, Seoul American – Scored a touchdown and gained 236 yards on 26 carries in the loss.Tyreke Slaughter, Humphreys – Went 7-for-14 for 267 yards and four touchdowns as the Blackhawks blanked Osan 34-0.Brandon Rogers, American School In Japan – Was 11-for-21 for 162 yards and three touchdowns for the Mustangs in a 40-7 road win at Zama.
TennisRikki Kendall, E.J. King – Continued his torrid pace, picking up his second shutout win in as many weeks, this time 8-0 over Neil Rodriguez of Nile C. Kinnick.
Girls volleyballKalean Middleton, Robert D. Edgren – Had a combined 14 kills as the Eagles swept Zama in two weekend matches for the second time this season, this time at home. Edgren won all six sets.
Cross countryHunter Ficenec, Kadena – The junior capped an unbeaten regular season, winning his sixth race, in 16 minutes, 46 seconds, his first sub-17-minute time of the season, leading Kadena’s boys to victory in the Okinawa regular-season finale.Erin Stonebarger, Kinnick – Won the DODDS Japan finals with a time of 13 minutes, 44.1 seconds at Tama Hills Recreation Center, leading the Red Devils to a sweep of the team titles.