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Pacific Scoreboard: Oct. 12, 2019

Osan's Timothy Petrae tries to tap the ball against Daegu's Charles Lyons and Chase Lamar during Saturday's Korea boys volleyball match. The Warriors won in straight sets.

DAVE ORNAUER/STARS AND STRIPES

By STARS AND STRIPES Published: October 12, 2019

High school

Cross country

Okinawa

Saturday at Kadena Air Base
(3.12-mile course)
Boys
Kadena 19, Kubasaki 42, Okinawa Christian 83

1, Will Ray, Kadena, 16 minutes, 27.9 seconds; 2, Arthur Parra, Kubasaki, 16:44.2; 3, Rockwell Tobler, Kadena, 17:27.0; 4, Matthew Ray, Kadena, 17:52.5; 5, Beau Black, Kadena, 17:52.7; 6, Joe Renquist, Kadena, 18:06.0; 7, Nathaniel Elliott, Kadena, 18:26.1; 8, Daniel Lucas, Kubasaki, 18:29.4; 9, Jaeson Espina, Kubasaki, 18:37.3; 10, Carter Glass, Kadena, 18:39.3.
Noteworthy — Will Ray broke the 1-year-old course record, 16:39.7, set last Oct. 12 by Kadena’s Trevor Williams.
Girls
Kadena 18, Kubasaki 43, Okinawa Christian incomplete

1, Sara Corrado, Kadena, 21 minutes, 22.7 seconds; 2, Grace Carey, Kadena, 22:24.6; 3, Audrey Kerr, Kubasaki, 22:28.7; 4, Isamar Vargas, Kadena, 22:46.9; 5, Elizabeth Desiderio, Kadena, 22:47.5; 6, Keely Albrecht, Kadena, 22:59.2; 7, Kennady White, Kadena, 24:19.3; 8, Meia Mitchell, Kubasaki, 25:43.4; 9, Marian White, Kubasaki, 25:46.2; 10, Katie Gilmore, Kadena, 26:23.2.
Noteworthy — Sierra Taysom, a Kadena Middle School 8th-grader, broke her own course record, clocking 20:37.5, beating her old mark by almost 15 seconds, 20:52.1, set last Saturday.


Volleyball

Girls

South Korea

Osan def. Daegu 30-28, 18-25, 25-13, 25-20
Saturday at Osan Air Base
Kills — Warriors: Issamoly Thurman 6. Aces — Warriors: Neea Lizama 7, Thurman 6. Assists — Warriors: Lexie Berry 10. Digs — Warriors: Berry 12, Junelle Abaya 7, Thurman 7, Ariel Harvey 6, Shawna Jang 6, Lizama 5.
 
Yongsan def. Chadwick 25-16, 25-15, 25-15
Saturday at Seoul
Kills — Guardians: Megan Paek 8. Aces — Guardians: Paek 8. Assists — Guardians: Ashley Cho 20. Digs — Guardians: Sydney Chung 7. Block points — Guardians: Anna Fertig 3.

Taejon Christian def. Daegu 25-13, 25-13, 25-16
Friday at Camp Walker

Boys

South Korea

Daegu def. Osan 28-26, 25-21, 25-22
Saturday at Osan Air Base

 
Tennis 

South Korea

Saturday at Camp George
Boys
Humphreys 2, Daegu 1
Singles

Joseph Moreno, Daegu, def. David Bellas 8-5; Hemis Weilbacher, Humphreys, def. Ethan Sessions 8-3.
Doubles
Micah Kim and Forrest Taylor, Humphreys, def. Amari Smith and Rim Gong 8-0.
Girls
Humphreys 4, Daegu 0
Singles

Melissa Pritchett def. Laila Donawa 8-0, Ashley Kim def. Jaela Sahagun 8-1, Hana Ro def. Emma Sims 8-4.
Doubles
Evelyn Park and Chelyn Park def. Ella Sims and Seunglee Davis 8-0.

Daegu's Sae-jong Jordan pushes the ball over the net against Osan's Kemari Nash and Alexander Eaglin during Saturday's Korea boys volleyball match. The Warriors won in three sets.
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