Top performers, Sept. 29, 2016
FootballKishaun Kimble-Brooks, Yokota: Rushed for 108 yards and three touchdowns on six carries and caught a 44-yard touchdown pass, boosting the Panthers to their second win of the season over Zama 41-6.Juan King Jr., Guam High: Rushed 20 times for 230 yards, scored five touchdowns and racked up 300 all-purpose yards, lifting the Panthers to a 50-7 romp over Okkodo.Tommy Kazmierczak, Daegu: Caught two touchdown passes and intercepted two passes, boosting the Warriors to a 32-8 triumph Saturday over Samsung, a Korean team, at Camp Humphreys.Owen “Thor” Williams, Humphreys: Caught four passes for 109 yards and a touchdown and had four solo tackles and four assists, powering the Blackhawks past Songdo, a Korean team, 45-6.
Girls volleyballSaj McBurrows, Kadena: Scored 11 kills and four block points, helping power the Panthers to a 25-19, 25-23, 25-23 win over Kubasaki, Kadena’s first over the Dragons in five seasons.Amber Cash, Osan: Racked up nine kills, eight digs and four block points, helping the Cougars outlast Yongsan in five sets Saturday to improve to 4-1 on the season.Irene Diaz, Yokota: Combined for 34 spike kills as the Panthers won three straight matches, two at E.J. King over the weekend and the third Tuesday at Sacred Heart.
TennisReagan Palmer, Zama: Won her singles match 8-2 over Alexis Mojica, then teamed with Eiry Lynch for an 8-1 doubles victory as the Trojans outlasted Matthew C. Perry 7-4 in a weekend tie at Iwakuni.
Cross countryJerry Lotz, Nile C. Kinnick: Clocked 16 minutes, 50 seconds, to take first place and lead five Red Devils in the top 10 as Kinnick won the boys and girls DODEA races Saturday at Iwakuni’s Kintai Dam course.Jack Newton, Seoul American: Led a 1-2-3 finish by Falcons boys runners, clocking 18 minutes, 26 seconds, in a Sept. 22 race at Seoul Foreign School.