YONGSAN GARRISON, South Korea — Seoul American’s sophomore quarterback-receiver tandem of Ryan Robbins and Bruce Voelker are among 15 Falcons selected for the Korean-American Interscholastic Activites Conference football roster, team officials announced Monday.

The 15 players, from the league champion Falcons (4-0), will join 10 players from the Osan American Cougars (2-2) and five from the Taegu American Warriors (0-4) in Saturday’s World Bowl at 3 p.m. at Singapore American School.

The KAIAC All-Star team will battle the Singapore American Community Action Council’s World League Falcons in the game, which used to be the Far East Youth Activities Championship.

Department of Defense Dependents Schools in Korea this season took over senior tackle football, which was run for 25 years by 8th U.S. Army and 7th Air Force youth services. DODDS-Korea district superintendent’s office officials said they wanted to continue the series with Singapore at least this year.

Joining Robbins and Voelker from the Falcons are:

n Seniors: fullback Leo Niewierowski, linebacker Hayden Campbell, cornerback Brandon Church and nose tackle Herald Oertwig.

n Juniors: guard Leo Kim, linebacker Scott Tunis, running back Kris Stadler, tackle Kevin Gardener, free safety Phillippe Anglade, center Anthony Soria and strong safety Leo Pacheco.

n Sophomores: tackle Chris Ayersman and guard James Thompson.

Osan American and Taegu American announced their selections last Saturday.

Osan will send Jackson Dayberry, a senior tailback; senior linemen Justin Manco and Mike Makela; senior fullback Robert Mazur; junior cornerbacks Charles Walker and Van Hauter; Scott Lenihan, a junior linebacker; freshman lineman David Leh; and sophomore defenders Brandon Vivian and J.D. Fuiamono.

Taegu representatives include senior tight end Bennie Stone, senior defensive lineman Aaron Brunner, sophomore running back-cornerback Robert Smith and sophomore linemen Jonathan Hamilton and Jeremy Wall.

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