FootballJustin Sego, Kadena – had 147 yards and two touchdowns on just 11 carries and 175 all-purpose yards in the Panthers’ 40-0 win Saturday over Seoul American.DeCurtis Davis, Kubasaki - accounted for 221 yards of total offense and four touchdowns, throwing for two scores and rushing for two others as the defending Far East Division I champion Dragons downed Yokota 36-18 Saturday.Marcus Henagan, Yokota – rushed for three touchdowns in the losing cause for the Panthers against Kubasaki.Wesley Hardin, Osan – a freshman quarterback, went 12-for-20 for 156 yards and a touchdown in the losing cause for the Cougars, who fell 31-8 at home to Humphreys.Dre Paylor, Nile C. Kinnick – rushed 12 times for 143 yards and five touchdowns in the first half in the Red Devils’ 42-0 home romp over Robert D. Edgren.Mick Carreiro, Matthew C. Perry – had 102 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries plus a forced fumble as the Samurai won their second straight game after an 11-season hiatus, winning 14-0 Friday at Zama.

TennisLily Oliver, Kadena – won her singles tie and teamed with Rita Feight to win in doubles as the Panthers girls won for the first time in the Okinawa regular season, edging Kubasaki 5-4 on Wednesday.Kaia Austin, Yokota – the lead singles won her match over Honoka Miyata 6-2, 6-2 in leading a Panthers girls 5-0 sweep of Christian Academy Japan on Saturday.Grace Cho, Seoul American – Lead singles seed did likewise in the Falcons’ 5-0 sweep at Taejon Christian International, beating Grace Jeon 8-5.

Cross countryDaniel Galvin, Yokota – In his first 5-kilometer race of the season, he posted a time of 16 minutes, 8 seconds in a race held at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan.

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