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FootballJoshua Swen, Kubasaki: Booted field goals of 47 and 48 yards, making him 3-for-4 on the season, to help the Dragons win 13-6 at Nile C. Kinnick and get back in the Division I title-game chase.Harry Cheng, Nile C. Kinnick: Had 53 yards on 11 carries and 12 tackles, two for losses, in a losing cause for the Red Devils against Kubasaki.Juan King Jr., Guam High: Scored on two short touchdown runs and blocked a potential game-tying extra-point kick, helping the Panthers hold off John F. Kennedy 20-19.Jack Ambrosino, American School In Japan: Rushed for two touchdowns, passed for another and accounted for 146 yards total offense as the Mustangs blanked Zama 40-0.

Girls volleyballCameron Baker, Zama: Recorded 23 assists and 12 aces plus three digs as the Trojans rallied for a 26-28, 25-21, 25-23, 25-23 win at Seisen.Alanna Stein, Kubasaki: Scored five kills and five block points to power the two-time defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Dragons past Kadena 25-14, 25-20, 25-17.

TennisKaia Austin, Yokota: Won her singles tie and teamed with Elly Garcia to win doubles as the Panthers beat Robert D. Edgren 6-2 in girls action. The boys won 6-1.Megumi Kodama, E.J. King: Won her singles tie and also scored a doubles victory with teammate Shiona Lonesky, boosting the Cobras girls past Matthew C. Perry 6-1. The boys beat the Samurai 4-2 with a draw.

Cross countryWren Renquist, Kadena: Opened the season by clocking 20 minutes, 53 seconds on the Okinawa Christian 3.1-mile course at Yomitan, helping the Panthers boys and girls win their respective meet titles.

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