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Okinawa Activities Council District MeetAt Jack’s Place, Kadena Air Base3.1-mile courseBoys team scores1, Kadena, 33; 2, Kubasaki, 46; 3, Zion Christian Academy, 80; 4, Okinawa Christian International, 117.Boys individual results1, Tomas Sanchez, Kadena, 17 minutes, 10 seconds2, Jacob Bishop, Kadena, 17:223, Mashu Wakita, Zion, 17:404, Cristian Rodriguez, Kubasaki, 18:155, Jordon Roberts, Kubasaki, 18:216, Andrew Kilkenny, Kadena, 18:437, Akira Shavers, Zion, 18:468, Brad Davies, Kadena, 18:539, Nick Barker, Kubasaki, 18:5410, Zach Pelky, Kadena, 18:55Girls team scores1, Kadena, 35; 2, Kubasaki, 68; 3, Zion Christian Academy, 73; 4, Okinawa Christian International, incomplete team.Girls individual results1, Chasity Cordova, Kadena, 20 minutes, 47 seconds2, Jessica Powell, Kubasaki, 21:143, Abigail Wall, Kubasaki, 21:224, Tayleur Hodges, Kubasaki, 21:245, Andrea Grade, Kadena, 21:546, Sarah Wilson, Zion, 22:197, Teauna Baker, Zion, 22:318, Mia Cordova, Kadena, 22:399, Yukino Nagai, Kadena, 23:2010, Rachel Burchill, Kadena, 23:25

Girls volleyball

Tuesday’s summary

Kadena def. Okinawa Christian International 25-12, 25-20, 25-20At Kadena Air BaseSpike kills-Kadena, Shari Moss 9 in 21 attempts, Chelsey Warner 8 in 22 attempts, Jacque Entwistle 7 in 10 attempts.

JapanGirls volleyball

Wednesday’s summary

Nile C. Kinnick def. Christian Academy In Japan 25-21, 27-25, 25-8At Yokosuka Naval BaseSpike kills-Kinnick, Shannon Jackson 18, Mary Niemeyer 13, Camille Kawamoto 5; CAJ, Caroline Cole 5. Block points-Kinnick, Shannon Jackson 5, Camille Kawamoto 3, Emily Stith 3. Set assists-Kinnick, Marina Nakayama 27, Camille Kawamoto 5; CAJ, Lana Hollands 10. Noteworthy-Red Devils clinched their first Kanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools league title in school history.South Korea

Tennis

Wednesday’s results

At SeongnamGirlsSeoul International 4, Seoul American 1SinglesKennedy Allen, SAHS, def. Euna Sun 8-2Patricia Kim, SIS, def. Estelle Kim 8-0Jennifer Sun, SIS, def. Michelle Roh 8-1DoublesElsa Lee and Uliana Park, SIS, def. Clara Buss and Carson Allen 8-2Jennifer Lee and Sohyun Kang, SIS, def. Jennifer Drouillard and Jami Ellis 8-4At Osan Air BaseBoysYongsan International-Seoul 5, Osan American 0SinglesRyan Park def. Kee Park 8-0Jun Lee def. Jong Uk Sin 8-0Steven Song def. John Bradley 8-3DoublesAndrew Park and Ross Chu def. Kee Park and John Bradley 8-4Alex Kwon and Daniel Park def. John Flint and Alex Kuster 9-7GirlsYongsan International-Seoul 5, Osan American 0SinglesChoah Kim def. Alice Kim 8-0Helen Kim def. Jaziel Green 8-0Min Kim def. Nicky Moon 8-4Doubles Joshulyne Park and June Lee def. Erica Shin and Hanna Lee 8-5Amanda Lee and Annie Song def. So Ri Kim and Kimberly Porter 9-7

Boys volleyball

Wednesday’s summary

Seoul American def. Seoul International 27-25, 26-24, 25-13At SeongnamSpike kills-SAHS, Josh Edwards 9 in 20 attempts, Deion Craig 6 in 17 attempts, Jason Liu 5 in 9 attempts. Block points-SAHS, Josh Edwards 5, Michael Lycan 4. Serving-SAHS, Eric Tarikas 21-for-21, Josh Chung 14-for-15, Jason Liu 11-for-11, Casey Donovan 10-for-10. Defensive digs-SAHS, Josh Edwards 5. Set assists-SAHS, Eric Tarikas 22. Noteworthy-Falcons finished regular season 11-3 and enter Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Division I (large schools) Tournament Friday and Saturday at Seoul Foreign School as the No. 3 seed.

Asia-Pacific Activities Conference TournamentAt Concordia International School Shanghai, ChinaSaturday’s summaryChampionshipSeoul Foreign def. International School Beijing 25-19, 25-23, 25-22Spike kills-SFS, Clayton Baker 18, Toma Kobayashi 16. Serving-SFS, Clayton Baker 15-for-15, Ryan Ricks 13-for-13. Block points-SFS, Ryan Ricks 6, Clayton Baker 5.

Girls volleyball

Wednesday’s summary

Seoul American def. Seoul International 25-13, 25-15, 25-21At SeongnamSpike kills-SAHS, Destinee’ Harrison 12 in 23 attempts, Liz Gleaves 9 in 23 attempts, Megan Chase 8 in 24 attempts. Serving-SAHS, Megan Chase 12-for-13 with 5 aces, Brittany Grandy 10-for-12, Hannah Swafford 9-for-10, Jaqualia Curry 9-for-10. Set assists-SAHS, Tiffany Mitchell 16, Brittany Grandy 8. Defensive digs-SAHS, Hannah Swafford 10, Megan Chase 5, Destinee’ Harrison 5. Noteworthy-Falcons finished regular season 13-1, enter Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Division I Tournament at Seoul Foreign as the No. 1 seed.

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