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Humphreys hosts Far East soccer

By Lori Yerdon

USAG Humphreys Public Affairs


CAMP HUMPHREYS — The venue for the 2011 DODEA Boys Division II Far East Soccer Pacific event was Independence Field and Soldier Field May 16 – 19 and players from nine Pacific-area High Schools competed for the Far East championship title.

Players from Osan American High School, Daegu American School, International Christian School-Uijongbu, Kent Foreign School from Gwangjin-gu, and Yongsan International-Seoul School represented the schools from Korea. From Japan, Zama American High School, Robert D. Edgren High School, E.J. King High School and Matthew C. Perry were represented.

Yongsan International- Seoul prevailed as the victors after four days of double elimination tournament matches. Matthew C. Perry finished second followed by Osan American, Robert D. Edgren, Zama American, Kent Foreign, International Christian- Uijongbu, Daegu American and E.J.King.

The Osan girls’ soccer team defeated Matthew C. Perry to win the Division II Far East title the same week in Iwakuni, Japan.


-- U.S. Army photos by Mike Mooney and Lori Yerdon


For more information on U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys and living and working in Korea visit: USAG-Humphreys' official web site or check out our online videos.

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Taken on May 17, 2011