FootballAbe Patterson, Kadena: Rushed 10 times for 109 yards, including a 42-yard scoring run, and intercepted a pass as Kadena clinched the Okinawa season series Friday, beating Kubasaki 37-6.Caeleb Ricafrente, Matthew C. Perry: Rushed for four touchdowns and returned a punt 70 yards for a score, giving him a Pacific-best 16 touchdowns on the season. The Samurai routed three-time defending Far East Division II champion Daegu 52-6 Saturday.Devoney Stanley, Nile C. Kinnick: Caught a 31-yard touchdown pass, returned a kickoff 80 yards for a score and returned three punts for 62 yards as the Red Devils edged American School In Japan 29-22 Saturday.
Girls volleyballKyra Anderson, Yokota: Recorded 56 assists in two matches over the weekend as the host Panthers swept two matches from Robert D. Edgren, winning Saturday in five sets and on Friday in three.Tasia Nelson, Zama: Recorded 21 kills in two matches, boosting the visiting Trojans to a two-match weekend sweep at E.J. King, winning in four sets on Saturday and three on Friday.
TennisAdelle Ashby, Kubasaki: Won her singles match by shutting out Kadena’s McKenna Murphy and teamed with Camden Anderson to win her doubles tie as the Dragons beat Kadena’s girls for the first time this season 5-4.
Cross countryNathan Gillespie, Humphreys: Took first place in 18 minutes, 52 seconds in Saturday’s meet on the 3.1-mile course at Camp Humphreys, lifting the Blackhawks to second place behind Seoul Foreign in the boys standings.Wren Renquist, Kadena: Won the girls race in 21 minutes, 17 seconds at Jack’s Place 3.1-mile course on Sept. 28, staying unbeaten in three races this season and keeping the Panthers girls perfect in the team standings.