Pacific Scoreboard: Nov. 7, 2013
VolleyballFar East High School Girls Division I Volleyball Tournament Thursday at Naval Station GuamSeventhOkkodo def. Simon Sanchez 25-21, 25-21Fifth George Washington def. Southern 16-25, 26-24, 15-13ThirdAcademy of Our Lady of Guam def. Seisen International 27-25, 25-19ChampionshipAmerican School In Japan def. Nile C. Kinnick, Japan, 25-16, 25-10, 25-19
Most Valuable Player — Mia Weinland, ASIJAll-Tournament team — Liz Thornton (four-time selection), Weinland (two-time selection), ASIJ; Audri Salter, Kaile Johnson, Kelly Osterbrink, Kinnick; Erin Wong, Ladera Perez-Linn (two-time selection), Academy of Our Lady of Guam; Nicolette McGuire, Jade Vasconcellos, Seisen; Zhanissa Mendiola, Kristin Artero, Kiarra Rojas, Simon Sanchez; Destiny Castro, Notre Dame; Kelsey Rogers, Kubasaki; Kristin Sapp, John F. Kennedy.
Wall of Champions 1976—Wagner, Clark Air Base, Philippines 1977—International School of Manila 1978—International School of Manila 1979—Zama American, Japan 1980—International School of Manila 1981—Zama American, Japan 1982—International School of Manila 1983—Seisen International, Tokyo 1984—George Washington, Guam 1985—St. Maur International, Japan 1986—American School In Japan 1987—American School In Japan 1988—Zama American, Japan 1989—Academy of Our Lady, Guam 1990—Seisen International, Tokyo 1991—American School In Japan 1992—Academy of Our Lady, Guam 1993—Seisen International, Tokyo 1994—Academy of Our Lady, Guam 1995—Academy of Our Lady, Guam 1996—Academy of Our Lady, Guam 1997—Zama American, Japan 1998—Academy of Our Lady, Guam 1999—Academy of Our Lady, Guam 2000—St. John’s, Guam 2001—Christian Academy Japan 2002—Southern, Guam 2003—Academy of Our Lady, Guam 2004—Academy of Our Lady, Guam 2005—Christian Academy Japan 2006—American School In Japan 2007—Christian Academy In Japan 2008—American School Japan 2009—Christian Academy Japan 2010—Seoul American 2011—American School In Japan 2012—American School In Japan 2013—American School In Japan
Far East High School Girls Division II Volleyball Tournament Thursday at Camp Zama, Japan Double-elimination playoffsDaegu def. Zama American 25-19, 25-20, 25-6International School of the Sacred Heart def. Matthew C. Perry 20-25, 22-25, 25-21, 27-25, 15-12; Perry takes fourthZama def. Sacred Heart 25-19, 25-15, 25-17; Sacred Heart takes thirdChampionship Daegu def. Zama 22-25, 25-13, 25-17, 25-16
Most Valuable Player — Lari Robertson, DaeguBest Hitters — Robertson, Daegu; Katrina Reid, ZamaBest Defenders — Janilla Chitamin, Zama; Rachel Wyche, Daegu; Mana Whelehan, Sacred Heart (repeat selection)Best Servers — Kristina Baldwin, Zama; Jaimie Park, Gyeonggi Suwon InternationalBest Blockers — Natalie Gammel, Robert D. Edgren; Erica Howie, Zama; Rameeca Rasun, HumphreysBest Setters — Bianca Reyes, Osan American; Lakeiya Brown, PerryAll-Tournament Robertson, Kaitlyn Nott, Ra.Wyche (two-time selection), Rheagan Wyche, Daegu; Baldwin, Howie, Reid (two-time selection), Zama; Whelehan, Sacred Heart (two-time selection); Gammel, Edgren; Deb Avalos, E.J. King; Brown, Perry; Sonya Chung, Gyeonggi Suwon; Rasun, Humphreys; Andrea Carandang, Osan
Wall of Champions 1998—Seisen International, Tokyo 1999—Christian Academy Japan 2000—Southern, Guam 2001—Osan American, South Korea 2002—Morrison Academy, Taiwan 2003—Faith Academy, Philippines 2004—Notre Dame, Guam 2005—Taegu American, South Korea 2006—Morrison Academy, Taiwan 2007—Osan, South Korea 2008—Osan, South Korea 2009—Daegu, South Korea 2010—Daegu, South Korea 2011—Morrison Academy, Taiwan 2012—Morrison Academy, Taiwan 2013—Daegu, South Korea
Boys South KoreaKorean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division Tournament Thursday and Friday at Seoul Foreign School Seoul Foreign 2-0, champion; Yongsan International-Seoul 2-1, second; Taejon Christian International 2-1, third; Seoul American 1-2, fourth; Osan 2-1, fifth; Humphreys 1-2, sixth; Daegu 0-3, seventhMost Valuable Player — Alex Yoon, Seoul ForeignBest Hitter — Sam Kang, YongsanBest Passer — Tatsumi Himoto, YongsanBest Setter — YoonBest Server — HimotoCoach of the Year — Joey Cua, OsanAll-Tournament Seoul Foreign: Jim Kao, Zac Baker, Brent Northwood; Yongsan: Justin Kang, Himoto, S.Kang; Taejon Christian: Gil Jang; Seoul American: Sam Mitchell; Osan: Josh Riddick; Humphreys: Andrew Kim; Daegu: Tim O’Houlahan.All-Conference Seoul Foreign: Yoon, Eugene Bang, Baker, Northwood; Yongsan: Kang, Himoto, Christopher Yoo; Taejon Christian: Mike Maeng; Daegu: Preston Sciria; Seoul American: Dion Johnson; Humphreys: Roderick Williams; Osan: Darron Miller.
TennisFar East High School Tennis Tournament Thursday at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa.Division I overall American School In Japan 75, Seoul American 37, Kadena 28, Kubasaki 22, Guam and Yokota 19, Christian Academy Japan 11, Kinnick 11Division I boys ASIJ 35, St. Mary’s International 23, Seoul American 11, CAJ 10, Kubasaki and Yokota 8, Guam and Kadena 5, Kinnick 2Division I girls Kadena 24, ASIJ 22, Seoul American 16, Guam 13, Seisen 10, Yokota 8, Kubasaki 7, Kinnick 4, CAJ 3Division II boys Yongsan International-Seoul 10, Perry 9, Daegu 7, Zama 6, Osan 4, Edgren and King 2, Humphreys 0 Division II girls Yongsan 10, Zama 7, King 5, Osan, Perry, Edgren and Daegu 2, Humphreys 0Boys singles Third place Len Kamemoto, ASIJ, def. Juan Borga, St. Mary’s, 8-6Championship Yosuke Higashi, ASIJ, def. Kent Shikama, St. Mary’s, 6-3, 6-4Boys doubles Third place Kent Shikama and Juan Borga, St. Mary’s, def. Andrew Clark and Aaron Miyagi, SAHS, 8-2Championship Yosuke Higashi and Len Kamemoto, ASIJ, def. Kentaro Ishihara and Luke Yamasaki, ASIJ, 6-1, 6-2Girls singles Third place Kristin Howard, Kadena, def. Alicia Tiffany, Seisen, 9-7Championship Chloe Gadsden, Guam High, def. Lili Kobayashi, ASIJ, 6-2, 6-0Girls doubles Third place Grace Cho and Ashley Shirriff, SAHS, def. Teri Cho and Saki Fujita, ASIJ, 8-1Championship Kristin Howard and Alex Howard, Kadena, def. Lili Kobayashi and Nana Yoshimura, ASIJ, 7-6 (7-4), 5-7, 6-2Mixed doubles Third place Nick Gagnet and Jenny Han, SAHS, def. Sungho Kim and Dongmin Koo, YIS-Seoul, 8-1Championship Kentaro Ishihara and Nana Yoshimura, ASIJ, def. Luke Yamasaki and Teri Cho, ASIJ, 7-6 (7-4), 7-5