TennisOkinawaThursday at Kadena Air BaseBoysKubasaki 7, Kadena 2SinglesAlex Daniels, Kadena, def. Dale Tubat 6-2, 6-4; Nicholas Lay, Kadena, def. Tyler Burkhalter 8-3; Mark Ebarle, Kubasaki, def. Jael Rodriguez 8-1; Jack Hagan, Kubasaki, def. Brandon Thomas 8-0; Brenden Neu, Kubasaki, def. Daniel Wartella 8-0; Paul Tubat, Kubasaki, by walkoverDoublesD. Tubat and Burkhalter def. Daniels and Lay 7-6, 6-3; Hagan and Ebarle def. Rodriguez and Thomas 8-5; Neu and P. Tubat def. Wartella and Jeremy Farmer 8-2GirlsKadena 7, Kubasaki 2SinglesKristin Howard, Kadena, def. Rebecca Green 6-2, 6-1; Alex Howard, Kadena, def. Allie Powers 8-2; Christina Thompson, Kadena, def. Sydney Johnson 8-1; Shannon Bailey, Kadena, def. Alex Calhoun 8-0; Allison Bass, Kadena, def. Iri Robinson 8-0; Lisa Sanchez, Kubasaki, def. Kaylina Kodlich 8-3DoublesK. Howard and A. Howard def. Green and Powers 6-0, 6-1; Thompson and Bailey def. Johnson and Calhoun 8-1; Robinson and Sanchez def. Bass and Kodlich 8-2
Girls volleyballWednesday at SuweonGyeonggi Suwon International def. Asia-Pacific International 25-12, 25-27, 25-19, 25-15Service aces — GSIS: Kris Park 6.
JapanTuesday at TokyoAmerican School In Japan def. Zama American 25-9, 25-10, 25-15Defensive digs — Zama: Bailee Olson 5.
Boys volleyballSouth KoreaWednesday at SeoulSeoul Foreign def. Yongsan International-Seoul 25-18, 25-22, 25-15Spike kills — SFS: Josh Everett 13, Jim Kao 5. Serving — SFS: Everett 16-for-18, 3 aces; Alex Yoon 13-for-15, 3 aces. Noteworthy — Crusaders improved to 9-1 on the season.
Wednesday at SuweonGyeonggi Suwon International def. Asia-Pacific International 25-18, 25-21, 25-23Spike kills — GSIS: Jeff Jung 10.