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OkinawaCross countryOkinawa 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, 23:25Girls volleyballTuesday’s summaryKadena 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 volleyballWednesday’s summaryNile 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 KoreaTennisWednesday’s resultsAt 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 8-4DoublesJoshulyne Park and June Lee def. Erica Shin and Hanna Lee 8-5Amanda Lee and Annie Song def. So Ri Kim and Kimberly Porter 9-7Boys volleyballWednesday’s summarySeoul 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 volleyballWednesday’s summarySeoul 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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