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GuamFootballPlayoffsQuarterfinalsFriday, Oct. 23Game 1-Father Duenas Memorial 49, Okkodo 13Saturday, Oct. 24Game 2-Guam High 48, Southern 6Game 3-John F. Kennedy 14, Simon Sanchez 12SemifinalsFriday, Oct. 30Game 4-George Washington 22, John F. Kennedy 6Saturday, Oct. 31Game 5-Father Duenas 20, Guam High 12Friday, Nov. 6 or Saturday, Nov. 7Third-place gameGame 6-John F. Kennedy vs. Guam High, site and time TBDBamboo BowlGame 7-George Washington vs. Father Duenas, site and time TBD
South KoreaCross countrySaturday’s resultsKorean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference MeetAt International Christian School-Uijongbu, 3.1-mile courseBoys team scores1, Seoul Foreign, 49; 2, Seoul American, 63; 3, Osan American, 95.Boys individual results1, Josh Hanks, Osan, 17 minutes, 8 seconds2, Thomas Kim, SAHS, 17:193, Peter Moon, Seoul International, 17:264, Japeth DeVries, ICS-U, 17:475, Brian Raab, Osan, 17:486, Robbie Goodpastor, SAHS, 17:497, Stephen Lee, SFS, 18:168, Jakob Alejandre, SFS, 18:189, Roland Umoru, Yongsan International-Seoul, 18:2910, Jakob Lunden-Welden, SFS, 18:3911, T.J. Kastritis, SFS, 18:4112, Daniel Moon, Gyeonggi Suwon International, 18:4713, Owen Underwood, SFS, 18:4814, John Graham, SAHS, 18:4815, Mickey Kumar, ICS-U, 18:5116, Darren Kim, Taejon Christian International, 18:5817, Joelmir Dombe, YIS-S, 18:5918, Christian Quizmundo, SAHS, 19:06AwardsMost Valuable Runner—Thomas Kim, Seoul American.All-Conference team—Thomas Kim, Robert Goodpastor, John Graham, Andrew Murphy, Seoul American; Josh Hanks, Brian Raab, Travis Wyatt, Osan American; Jakob Alejandre, Owen Underwood, Seoul Foreign; Ha Young Cho, Darren Kim, Taejon Christian International; Japeth DeVries, Daniel Kim, Mickey Kumar, International Christian-Uijongbu; John Eun, Taiwan Kim, Peter Moon, Seoul International; Joelmir Dombe, Roland Umoru, Yongsan International-Seoul; Sung Kyu Park, Korea International.Girls team scores1, Seoul American, 21; 2, Seoul Foreign, 49; 3, Osan American, 85.Girls individual results1, Siarria Ingram, SAHS, 19 minutes, 49 seconds (meet record)2, Amanda Henderson, SAHS, 19:543, Jessalyn Bialke, SAHS, 20:344, Janelle Jorgenson, SFS, 21:115, Jamie Park, SFS, 21:166, Sally Lee, SAHS, 21:497, Jasmine Park, Seoul International, 21:588, Nicole Solomonson, Osan, 21:599, Dorothy Krebill, SAHS, 22:0210, Elsie Chung, Yongsan International-Seoul, 22:1211, Kimberly Boucher, Osan, 22:2012, Samantha Kim, SFS, 22:2313, Judy Kim, SFS, 23:0614, Jessica Wenzel, SAHS, 23:1215, Nicole Muther, SFS, 23:3216, Liz Rose, ICS-U, 23:4317, Monica Shin, ICS-U, 23:4518, Jamee Edwards, Osan, 23:47AwardsMost Valuable Runner—Siarria Ingram, Seoul American.All-Conference team—Siarria Intram, Jessalyn Bialke, Amanda Henderson, Dorothy Krebill, Jessica Wenzel, Seoul American; Katie Baur, Janelle Jorgenson, Samantha Kim, Jamie Park, Sheilah Tackett, Seoul Foreign; Kimberly Boucher, Nicole Solomonson, Osan American; Julia Byun, Liz Rose, International Christian-Uijongbu; Anjie Jo, Seo Hyun Kim, Korea International; Jennifer Kim, Taejon Christian International; Jasmine Park, Seoul International; Elsie Chung, Yongsan International-Seoul; Melia Lagat, Daegu American.Boys volleyballFriday’s and Saturday’s results2009 Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Boys Division I (large schools) Volleyball TournamentAt Seoul Foreign SchoolBoysAwardsMost Valuable Player—Clayton Baker, Seoul ForeignBest Hitter—Clayton Baker, Seoul ForeignBest Passer—Toma Kobayashi, Seoul ForeignBest Server—Ryan Ricks, Seoul ForeignBest Setter—Eric Tarikas, Seoul AmericanCoach of the Year—Lori Rogers, Seoul AmericanTeam Sportsmanship Award—Seoul ForeignAll-Conference team—Clayton Baker, Toma Kobayashi, Charlie Hague, Ryan Ricks, Seoul Foreign; Nathan Baldevia, Joel Marselus, Billy Bortscheller, Osan American; Eric Tarikas, Josh Edwards, Seoul American; Andrew Han, Seoul International; Eugene Bock, Taejon Christian International; Nico Nunez, Daegu American; Seungwon Eun, Korea International; Yoon Chang, Yongsan International.All-Tournament team—Toma Kobayashi, Ryan Ricks, Charlie Hague, Cooper Daniel, Seoul Foreign; Nathan Baldevia, Joel Marselus, Billy Bortscheller, Osan American; Eric Tarikas, Josh Edwards, Seoul American; David Yi, Jay Chung, Seoul International; Bryan Kim, Taejon Christian International; Chris Swain, Daegu American; Allen Kim, Yongsan International-Seoul.Friday’s matchesMatch 1—Seoul International def. Taejon Christian International 22-25, 28-26, 25-23, 19-25, 15-6Match 2—Seoul American def. Daegu American 25-13, 25-19, 25-22Match 3—Osan American def. Yongsan International-Seoul 25-5, 26-24, 25-15Match 4—Seoul Foreign def. Seoul International 25-20, 25-16, 25-10Match 5—Osan American def. Seoul American 25-21, 25-21, 13-25, 19-25, 15-10Match 6—Taejon Christian International def. Yongsan International-Seoul 25-18, 28-26, 24-26, 17-25, 15-8Saturday’s matchesMatch 7—Daegu American def. Yongsan International-Seoul 26-24, 25-21, 25-20Match 8—Third and fourth place, Seoul American def. Seoul International 21-25, 25-22, 20-25, 25-17, 15-10Match 9—Taejon Christian International def. Daegu American 26-24, 25-19, 19-25, 25-10Match 10—Championship, Seoul Foreign def. Osan American 25-16, 25-16, 19-25, 25-23Saturday’s summarySeoul American def. Seoul International 21-25, 25-22, 20-25, 25-17, 15-10Spike kills—SAHS, Deion Craig 15 in 33 attempts, Colton Heckerl 9 in 31 attempts. Serving—SAHS, Colton Heckerl 26-for-27, Greg Morris 16-for-17, Deion Craig 12-for-16, Eric Tarikas 13-for-13. Defensive digs—SAHS, Eric Tarikas 5. Set assists—SAHS, Eric Tarikas 21, Jason Liu 15.Friday’s summariesSeoul American def. Daegu American 25-13, 25-19, 25-22Spike kills—SAHS, Josh Edwards 11 in 19 attempts, Colton Heckerl 7 in 14 attempts, Deion Craig 6 in 18 attempts. Serving—SAHS, Greg Morris 13-for-16, Josh Edwards 12-for-12; Eric Tarikas 11-for-12. Defensive digs—SAHS, Jason Liu 6. Set assists—SAHS, Eric Tarikas 29.Osan American def. Seoul American 25-21, 25-21, 13-25, 19-25, 15-10Spike kills—SAHS, Josh Edwards 18 in 45 attempts, Deion Craig 14 in 28 attempts, Colton Heckerl 12 in 26 attempts, Eric Tarikas 6. Serving—SAHS, Eric Tarikas 19-for-19, Greg Morris 18-for-19, Jason Liu 18-for-19, Colton Heckerl 14-for-14, Deion Craig 13-for-14. Defensive digs—SAHS, Jason Liu 9, Greg Morris 6. Set assists—SAHS, Eric Tarikas 43.GirlsAwardsMost Valuable Player—Destinee’ Harrison, Seoul American.Best Hitter—Liz Gleaves, Seoul American.Best Passer—Nicole Sparks, Osan American.Best Server—Nina Aaltonen, Taejon Christian International.Best Setter—Brittany Grandy, Seoul American.Coach of the Year—Kirsten Nelson, Taejon Christian International.Team Sportsmanship Award—Taejon Christian InternationalAll-Conference team—Megan Chase, Brittany Grandy, Liz Gleaves, Destinee’ Harrison, Seoul American; Kristina Bergman, Chanel O’Neal, LeAnne Quizon, Daegu American; Nina Aaltonen, Becca Roberts, Taejon Christian International; Il-Ji Kam, Korea International; Nicole Sparks, Osan American; Justine Makki, Seoul Foreign; Margaret Jang, Yongsan International-Seoul; Amy Jung, Seoul International.All-Tournament team—Megan Chase, Brittany Grandy, Liz Gleaves, Destinee’ Harrison, Seoul American; Kristina Bergman, Alexis Parker, Angie Robinet, Daegu American; Rebecca Cole-Walker, Nina Aaltonen, Taejon Christian International; Justine Makki, Mariana Giardini, Seoul Foreign; Nicole Sparks, Osan American; Doyun Kim, Seoul International; Margaret Jang, Yongsan International-SeoulFriday’s matchesMatch 1—Seoul Foreign def. Osan American 17-25, 25-19, 25-20, 25-21Match 2—Taejon Christian International def. Yongsan International-Seoul 25-23, 25-21, 25-23Match 3—Daegu American def. Seoul International 25-16, 25-18, 25-16Match 4—Seoul American def. Seoul Foreign 25-16, 25-15, 25-16Match 5—Daegu American def. Taejon Christian International 25-21, 25-21, 25-27, 25-20Match 6—Osan American def. Seoul International 25-15, 25-23, 25-20Saturday’s matchesMatch 7—Yongsan International-Seoul def. Seoul International 25-23, 25-20, 25-23Match 8—Third and fourth place, Taejon Christian International def. Seoul Foreign 25-23, 23-25, 25-19, 25-14Match 9—Osan American def. Yongsan International-Seoul 29-27, 25-20, 25-15Match 10—Championship, Seoul American def. Daegu American 25-27, 25-12, 25-15, 25-21Saturday’s summaryChampionshipSeoul American def. Daegu American 25-27, 25-12, 25-15, 25-21Spike kills—SAHS, Liz Gleaves 19 in 33 attempts, Destinee’ Harrison 12 in 27 attempts, Megan Chase 6 in 19 attempts. Serving-SAHS, Hannah Swafford 25-for-26, Brittany Grandy 18-for-18, Megan Chase 14-for-16, Destinee’ Harrison 15-for-19, 5 aces. Set assists—SAHS, Brittany Grandy 32. Block points—SAHS, Destinee’ Harrison 6. Defensive digs—SAHS, Megan Chase 17, Hannah Swafford 11, Liz Gleaves 9, Brittany Grandy 7.Friday’s summarySeoul American def. Seoul Foreign 25-16, 25-15, 25-16Spike kills—SAHS, Destinee’ Harrison 12 in 16 attempts, Liz Gleaves 9 in 20 attempts, Megan Chase 8 in 20 attempts. Serving—SAHS, Brittany Grandy 17-for-17, Destinee’ Harrison 15-for-18, Hannah Swafford 11-for-12. Set assists—SAHS, Brittany Grandy 22. Block points—SAHS, Destinee’ Harrison 4. Defensive digs—SAHS, Destinee’ Harrison 8, Brittany Grandy 5, Megan Chase 5.TennisFriday’s results2009 Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Division I (large schools) Tennis TournamentAt Yongsan International School-SeoulBoysAwardsMost Valuable Player—Ted Bolton, Seoul Foreign.Tournament Runner-up—Chong Lee, Seoul American.Coach of the Year—Joon Myong, Seoul Foreign.All-Conference team—Ted Bolton, Chris Richardson, Daniel Han, Jonathan Lee, Chris Kim, Seoul Foreign; Sung Woo Yang, Jinwoo Hong, David Chai, Kevin Nam, Seoul International; Ryan Park, Steven Song, Yongsan International-Seoul; Chong Lee, Seoul American; Seungmin Choi, Taejon Christian International; Russell Midomaru, Daegu American; Kee Park, Osan American.Team scores1, Seoul Foreign, 11; 2, Seoul International, 10; 3, Seoul American, 7; 4, Yongsan International-Seoul, 3; 5 (tie), Taejon Christian International and Daegu American, 2; 7, Osan American, 0.Individual resultsFirst singles seed bracketQuarterfinalsTed Bolton, SFS, by walkover; Ryan Park, YIS-S, def. Seungmin Choi, TCIS, 8-5; Russell Midomaru, Daegu, def. Dennis Ryu, SIS, 8-5; Chong Lee, SAHS, def. Kee Park, Osan, 8-2.SemifinalsBolton def. R. Park 8-3; Lee def. Midomaru 8-3.ChampionshipBolton def. Lee 8-1.Second singles seed bracketQuarterfinalsChris Richardson, SFS, by walkover; Jun Lee, YIS-S, def. Ronald Midomaru, Daegu, 8-1; Jinwoo Hong, SIS, def. Jiho Lee, TCIS, 8-5; Jay Han, SAHS, def. Jong Uk Sin, Osan, 8-0.SemifinalsRichardson def. Jun Lee 8-1; Hong def. Han 9-8 (7-2).ChampionshipRichardson def. Hong 8-0Third singles seed bracketQuarterfinalsAbraham Nelson, SAHS, by walkover; Matthew Hwang, Daegu, def. Steven Song, YIS-S, 8-2; Andy Lee, SFS, def. David H. Kim, TCIS, 8-1; David Chai, SIS, def. John Bradley, Osan, 8-0.SemifinalsNelson def. Hwang 8-0; Chai def. Lee 9-8 (7-2).ChampionshipNelson def. Chai 8-6First doubles seed bracketQuarterfinalsJonathan Lee and Daniel Han, SFS, by walkover; Ross Chu and Andrew Park, YIS-S, def. Josh Kim and Matt Bruhnke, SAHS, 8-6; Kevin Nam and Sang Woo Yang, SIS, def. Jae Kim and Alexander Georges, Daegu, 8-0; Jun Do and Jesse Park, TCIS, by walkover.SemifinalsLee and Han def. Chu and A. Park 8-4; Nam and Yang def. Jun Do and J. Park 8-4.ChampionshipNam and Yang def. Lee and Han 8-3.Second doubles seed bracketQuarterfinalsRobin Lee and Chris Kim, SFS, by walkover; Robinson Cho and Chris Horton, SAHS, def. Alex Kuster and John Flint, Osan, 8-5; Justin Lee and Jason Rhim, TCIS, def. Daniel Park and Joshua Lee, YIS-S, 8-4; Andrew Lee and Sean Kim, SIS, def. Luke Faivre and James Kim, Daegu, 8-0.SemifinalsR. Lee and C. Kim def. Cho and Horton 8-5; A. Lee and S. Kim def. J. Lee and Rhim 8-6.ChampionshipA. Lee and S. Kim def. R. Lee and C. Kim 8-5.GirlsAwardsMost Valuable Player—Kennedy Allen, Seoul American.Tournament Runner-up—Caroline Kim, Seoul Foreign.Coach of the Year—Suim Spivey, Korea International.All-Conference team—Caroline Kim, Jana Schmalohr, Adrienne Kim, Miriam Kim, Lauren Kim, Seoul Foreign; Patricia Kim, Euna Sun, Jennifer Sun, Elsa Lee, Seoul International; Helen Kang, Jessica Choi, Korea International; Kennedy Allen, Seoul American; Helen Lim, Yongsan International-Seoul; Jihyun Rhim, Taejon Christian International; Betty Lee, Daegu American; Alice Kim, Osan American.Team scores1, Seoul American, 10; 2, Seoul Foreign, 9; 3, Seoul International, 6; 4 (tie), Taejon Christian International, Daegu American and Yongsan International-Seoul, 3; 7, Osan American, 0.Individual resultsFirst singles seed bracketQuarterfinalsKennedy Allen, SAHS, by walkover; Choah Kim, YIS-S, def. SeoYoung Myaeng, TCIS, 8-2; Patricia Kim, SIS, def. Alice Kim, Osan, 8-0; Caroline Kim, SFS, by walkover.SemifinalsAllen def Choah Kim 8-2; Caroline Kim def. Patricia Kim 8-1ChampionshipAllen def. Carolina Kim 8-2Second singles seed bracketQuarterfinalsEuna Sun, SIS, by walkover; Betty Lee, Daegu, def. Lucia Jeong, TCIS, 9-7; Eunice Chang, SFS, def. Jacqueline Nguyen, SAHS, 8-0; Helen Lim, YIS-S, def. Jaziel Green, Osan, 8-1.SemifinalsSun def. B. Lee 8-1; Chang def. Lim 8-1.ChampionshipSun def. Chang 8-4.Third singles seed bracketQuarterfinalsJennifer Sun, SIS, by walkover; Michelle Roh, SAHS, def. Nicky Moon, Osan, 8-2; Isabel Georges, Daegu, def. Min Kim, YIS-S, 8-5; Jihyun Rhim, TCIS, def. Su Ying Chang, SFS, 8-6.SemifinalsRoh def. Sun 8-5; Georges def. Rhim 9-8 (7-3).ChampionshipRoh def. Georges 8-4.First doubles seed bracketQuarterfinalsJana Schmalohr and Adrienne Kim, SFS, by walkover; Alice Lee and Jean Park, TCIS, def. Erica Shin and Hannah Lee, Osan, 8-4; Jane Lee and Joshulyne Park, YIS-S, def. Christina Thompson and Eunice Lee, Daegu, 8-2; Carson Allen and Clara Buss, SAHS, def. Elsa Lee and Uliana Park, SIS, 8-4.SemifinalsSchmalohr and Kim def. Lee and Park 8-2; Allen and Buss def. Lee and Park 8-4.ChampionshipAllen and Buss def. Schmalohr and Kim 8-2.Second doubles seed bracketQuarterfinalsMiriam Kim and Lauren Kim, SFS, by walkover; Jami Ellis and Jennifer Drouillard, SAHS, def. Amanda Lee and Annie Song, YIS-S, 9-8 (7-4); Ji Hoe Lee and Jenny Kim, TCIS, def. Sori Kim and Kimberly Porter, Osan, 8-3; Jennifer Lee and Sohyun Kang, SIS, def. Hannah Scanlon and Hannah Davis, Daegu, 9-8 (tiebreaker score not available0>SemifinalsM. Kim and L. Kim def. Ellis and Drouillard 8-4; J. Lee and Kang def. J.H. Lee and J. Kim 8-4.ChampionshipM. Kim and L. Kim def. J. Lee and Kang, score unavailable.
JapanCross countrySaturday’s results2009 Atsugi Invitational High School Cross-Country MeetAt Naval Air Facility Atsugi, 3.1-mile courseBoys team scores1, American School In Japan, 26; 2, Nile C. Kinnick, 59; 3, Yokota, 67; 4, Christian Academy In Japan, 81; 5, E.J. King, 140; 6, Zama American, incomplete team.Boys individual results1, Sam Krauth, ASIJ, 17 minutes, 49.3 seconds2, Soren Rasmussen, ASIJ, 18:05.33, Jimmy Niescier, Yokota, 18:15.24, Jeremy Proctor, ASIJ, 18:20.05, Jared Johnson, CAJ, 18:21.26, Jesse Arnold, Kinnick, 18:40.07, Christian Heimlich, Yokota, 18:54.18, Marcus Boehler, Kinnick, 19:12.89, Kai Layden, ASIJ, 19:13.010, Eugene Smith, ASIJ, 19:14.1Girls team scores1, American School In Japan, 25; 2, Yokota, 52; 3, Nile C. Kinnick, 53; 4, E.J. King, 83; 5, Zama American, incomplete team.Girls individual results1, Bessie Noll, ASIJ, 22 minutes, 21.8 seconds2, Emiri Dandoy, ASIJ, 22:23.93, Keleka Mobley, Yokota, 22:54.34, Arisa Ishikawa, ASIJ, 23:05.45, Megan Cooney, Kinnick, 23:22.76, Kana Maeji, ASIJ, 24:04.97, Aki Bowers, 24:05.28, Gabbrielle Baker, Yokota, 24:07.59, Victoria Hardebeck, Kinnick, 24:15.210, Arianna Range, Zama, 24:56.5Girls volleyballAt Misawa Air BaseSaturday’s summaryNile C. Kinnick def. Robert D. Edgren 25-13, 26-24, 25-12Spike kills—Kinnick, Mary Niemeyer 8, Camille Kawamoto 8, Shannon Jackson 6; Edgren, Jessica Bergman 18, Da’Pree Davis 5. Service aces—Kinnick, Mary Niemeyer 6. Block points—Kinnick, Shannon Jackson 3, Camille Kawamoto 3; Edgren, Da’Pree Davis 8, Jessica Bergman 4. Defensive digs—Kinnick, Mary Niemeyer 9. Noteworthy—Red Devils improved to 24-0 on season, best record in school history, by sweeping Eagles.Friday’s summaryNile C. Kinnick def. Robert D. Edgren 25-18, 25-14, 27-25Spike kills—Kinnick, Camille Kawamoto 11, Shannon Jackson 10, Mary Niemeyer 8. Service aces—Kinnick, Mary Niemeyer 8. Block points—Kinnick, Shannon Jackson 7, Camille Kawamoto 4. Defensive digs—Kinnick, Mary Niemeyer 15.