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Nile C. Kinnick quarterback Patrick Kelly tries to avoid the tackle of Humphreys' David Key.  DAVE ORNAUER/STARS AND STRIPES

Kinnick doesn't need late rally to improve to 2-0

CAMP HUMPHREYS, South Korea – One could easily call Nile C. Kinnick a big-play team, since six of its nine touchdowns have come on plays of 30...

Kadena's Eric McCarter started at quarterback for the injured Wyatt Knopp and responded with 185 yards total offense and four touchdowns. (L.J. HOLLINGSWORTH/SPECIAL TO STRIPES)

Kadena bounces back to blitz ASIJ

KADENA AIR BASE, Okinawa – Kadena’s football players refused to let the sting of letting a 27-point lead slip away a week earlier define who they...

Yokota's Ethan Gaume evades a tackle by Zama's Keshawn McNeill as Yokota's Ethan Smith attempts to block McNeill. (BECCA HOLLADAY/SPECIAL TO STRIPES)

Zama improves to 2-0 by romping over Yokota

NAVAL AIR FACILITY ATSUGI, Japan – Nick Canada continues piling up the points with his arm and his feet and Zama football remains red hot.


Christopher Mason, left, Kaine Roberts and Nile C. Kinnick's football team make a school-first visit Saturday to Humphreys. Eric McCarter and Kadena hope to rebound from a 34-33 defeat against the Red Devils when the Panthers host American School In Japan.  DAVE ORNAUER/STARS AND STRIPES

Kinnick and Humphreys meet for first time on football field

They gathered for the team’s traditional Thursday pasta feed, in the school cafeteria at Humphreys, something the Blackhawks have been doing since...

Kadena's Eric McCarter stiff-arms Kinnick's Zach Kornegay.  MARY OBSUNA/SPECIAL TO STRIPES

Down big, Kinnick rallies to upend Kadena

KADENA AIR BASE, Okinawa – Just when all seemed lost and Nile C. Kinnick seemed destined for a huge loss Saturday at Kadena, Patrick Kelly,...

ASIJ plays take-away all game with Kubasaki

TOKYO – What they lacked on offense, Tyler Cross and the American School In Japan football team more than made up for defensively.

Cross, a...

Matthew C. Perry's Cameron Penn gets dragged down by Zama's Luke Singer and Dominic Peruccio. (LILY SCHESSER/SPECIAL TO STRIPES)

Zama makes statement in rout of Perry

MARINE CORPS AIR STATION IWAKUNI, Japan – It has always been one facet or another lacking in Zama games the past few seasons.

On Friday,...

Senior Mimi Larry and junior Abigail Robinson are two returners for a Kubasaki team bringing back almost its entire lineup from last year. (DAVE ORNAUER/STARS AND STRIPES)

Dragons hungry to return to D-I throne

CAMP FOSTER, Okinawa – The 2017 volleyball season could be summed up in two words for the Kubasaki Dragons: Injuries and disappointments. At least...

Roy Tomlinson, Mustangs offensive coordinator from 2005-15 and a 1986 West Point graduate, is in his second season as American School In Japan football coach. (DAVE ORNAUER/STARS AND STRIPES)

Down in numbers, Mustangs to count on experienced returners

TOKYO – A year ago, they had to replace their longtime coach John Seevers. Now, American School In Japan’s football team must fill the shoes of...

Senior Annabelle Stafford is tasked with filling the shoes of Nile C. Kinnick's departed big three girls cross country runners of last year, including 2017 Far East champion Taryn Cates-Beier. (DAVE ORNAUER/STARS AND STRIPES)

High-powered teams in rebuilding mode

YOKOSUKA NAVAL BASE, Japan – Nothing lasts forever, especially where chasing multiple Far East cross country team championships are concerned....

Reggie Meno, addressing his abbreviated Seoul American football squad last week, would have entered his second season as Falcons coach.  DAVE ORNAUER/STARS AND STRIPES

Seoul American - from D-I to no football in a season

Seoul American won’t have a football team for the first time in school history. Robert D. Edgren will, but the Eagles won’t take the field until...