JapanCross countrySaturday’s results At Iwakuni, 3.1-mile courseGirls individual results1, Keleka Mobley, Yokota, 20 minutes, 21 seconds; 2, Gabi Baker, Yokota, 20:21.5; 3, Ashley Hawkins, Robert D. Edgren, 20:37; 4, Kiara Freisinger, Edgren, 20:49; 5, Nadia Parsel, Sasebo Naval Base (middle school), 21:10; 6, Jordan Schwartz, Edgren, 21:31; 7, Anneke Heimlich, Yokota, 21:35; 8, Alyssa Turner, E.J. King, 21:37; 9, Katelyn Sult, Yokota, 22:08; 10, Callie Gogfrey, Yokota, 22:41

NOTE—Race was called off due to a swarm of bees that attacked the girls on the last leg of the race. Not all girls finished; hence, no team scores kept. Boys did not compete.

South KoreaCross countrySaturday’s resultsAt Korea International School, Pangyo3.1-mile courseBoys team scoresSeoul American 18, Yongsan International-Seoul 42Seoul American 15, Korea International 45Korea International 27, Yongsan International-Seoul 28Boys individual results1, Thomas Kim, SAHS, 17 minutes, 51 seconds2, Robbie Goodpaster, SAHS, 19:253, Roland Umoru, YIS-S, 19:284, Anthony Catineau, SAHS, 20:045, Andrew Murphy, SAHS, 20:076, A.J. Waller, SAHS, 20:177, Alex Kim, KIS, 20:228, Kyu Park, KIS, 20:289, Dambe Joelmir, YIS-S, 20:4010, Mark Whitten, SAHS, 21:04Girls team scoresSeoul American 17, Yongsan International-Seoul 44Seoul American 15, Korea International 46Korea International 25, Yongsan International-Seoul 32Girls individual results1, Siarria Ingram, SAHS, 21 minutes, 30 seconds2, Amanda Henderson, SAHS, 22:483, Jessalyn Bialke, SAHS, 23:094, Elsie Chung, YIS-S, 23:225, Jessica Wenzel, SAHS, 24:056, Sally Lee, SAHS, 24:187, Dorothy Krebill, SAHS, 25:008, Seohyun Kim, KIS, 25:559, Emily Kim, KIS, 26:0710, Rarvena Sondrosagaen, YIS, 26:18

ScheduleGuamFootballSaturdayFather Duenas at Okkodo, 10 a.m.; Southern at Guam High, 3 p.m.; George Washington at John F. Kennedy, 3 p.m.Cross countryWednesday, Oct. 14Independent Interscholastic Athletic Association of Guam All-Island Championship, Nimitz Hill Golf Course, 4:30 p.m.Girls volleyballPostseasonThursdayAt University of Guam Field HouseSemifinalsMatch 8-Guam High or Simon Sanchez vs. St. John’s or Academy of Our Lady of Guam, 5:30 p.m.Match 9-Notre Dame or John F. Kennedy vs. Southern or George Washington, 7 p.m.SaturdayAt University of Guam Field HouseThird-place matchMatch 10-Match 8 loser vs. Match 9 loser, 5:30 p.m.ChampionshipMatch 11-Match 8 winner vs. Match 9 winner, 7 p.m.OkinawaFootballFridayRyukyu University at Kubasaki, 7 p.m.SaturdayKadena at Yokota, 7 p.m.Girls volleyballThursdayKubasaki at Okinawa Christian International, 6:30 p.m.FridayKadena at Kubasaki, 6:30 p.m.SaturdayKadena at Urasoe, 9 a.m.TuesdayOkinawa Christian International at Kadena, 6:30 p.m.Cross countryWednesday, Oct. 14Kadena, Kubasaki and Zion Christian Academy at Okinawa Christian International, 4:30 p.m.Wednesday, Oct. 21Kadena, Zion Christian Academy and Okinawa Christian International at Kubasaki, 4:30 p.m.TennisWednesday, Oct. 14Kubasaki vs. Kadena at Risner Tennis Complex, Kadena Air Base, 3 p.m.JapanFootballFridayZama at Edgren, 7 p.m.SaturdayKinnick at ASIJ, 1 p.m.Kadena (Okinawa) at Yokota, 7 p.m.Girls volleyballWednesday, Oct. 14Yokota at ISSH, 5:30 p.m.; Yokohama Int’l at Zama, 5:30 p.m.FridayYokohama Int’l at Kinnick, 5:30 p.m.; CAJ at Yokota, 5:30 p.m.Friday-SaturdayE.J. King and Matthew C. Perry at Western Japan Athletic Association tournament, Canadian Academy, KobeSaturdaySeisen at CAJ, 10 a.m.; ISSH at ASIJ, 10:30 a.m.; Zama at Kinnick, 1 p.m.MondayISSH at Kinnick, 10 a.m.TuesdayASIJ at Yokota, 5:30 p.m.; Zama at CAJ, 5:30 p.m.; Kinnick at Seisen, 5:30 p.m.TennisWednesday, Oct. 14St. Mary’s Int’l and Seisen at Yokota, 3 p.m.Friday-SaturdayMatthew C. Perry at Canadian AcademySaturdayZama at ASIJ, 9 a.m.; CAJ and ISSH at St. Mary’s International and Seisen, 9 a.m.Cross countrySaturdayKanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools Cross-Country Meet, all Japan schools at Tama Hills Recreation Center, 9 a.m.

Game of the WeekFootballZama (4-1) at Edgren (3-3)When: 7 p.m. Friday.Where: Eagles Field, Robert D. Edgren High School, Misawa Air Base, Japan.What: Second of two regular-season meetings to determine the DODDS-Japan representative in the DODDS-Pacific Far East Class A football championship game, scheduled for Nov. 7 at either Osan or Daegu American School.Players to watch: Zama’s running game, spearheaded by fullbacks Michael Spencer and Ashton Norwood and tailback Ryan Blackstock, has rolled up 1,584 yards on 225 carries, the best four-game run in school history. Edgren sticks primarily with a ground game also, with fullback Ja’Maal Dennis rushing for 307 yards on 48 carries in the Eagles’ last two games — played four weeks apart — while two-way star Matt Linder has been stellar on defense, with three interceptions and a fumble recovery in the last two games.

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