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Seoul American's Liz Gleaves lets a spike kill fly past Lyka Eata of Guam's John F. Kennedy during Monday's pool-play matches in the Far East High School Division I Girls Volleyball Tournament at Falcon Gym, Seoul American High School, South Post, Yongsan Garrison, South Korea. The Falcons won 25-16, 25-13.
Seoul American's Liz Gleaves lets a spike kill fly past Lyka Eata of Guam's John F. Kennedy during Monday's pool-play matches in the Far East High School Division I Girls Volleyball Tournament at Falcon Gym, Seoul American High School, South Post, Yongsan Garrison, South Korea. The Falcons won 25-16, 25-13. (Gary Cashman/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Seoul American's Liz Gleaves lets a spike kill fly past Lyka Eata of Guam's John F. Kennedy during Monday's pool-play matches in the Far East High School Division I Girls Volleyball Tournament at Falcon Gym, Seoul American High School, South Post, Yongsan Garrison, South Korea. The Falcons won 25-16, 25-13.
Seoul American's Liz Gleaves lets a spike kill fly past Lyka Eata of Guam's John F. Kennedy during Monday's pool-play matches in the Far East High School Division I Girls Volleyball Tournament at Falcon Gym, Seoul American High School, South Post, Yongsan Garrison, South Korea. The Falcons won 25-16, 25-13. (Gary Cashman/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Caroline Cole of Christian Academy Japan (19) bangs a spike past the block of Destinee Harrison of host Seoul American during Monday's pool-play matches in the Far East High School Division I Girls Volleyball Tournament at Falcon Gym, Seoul American High School, South Post, Yongsan Garrison, South Korea. The host Falcons split with the defending champion Knights, losing 25-17 and rebounding to win 25-23.
Caroline Cole of Christian Academy Japan (19) bangs a spike past the block of Destinee Harrison of host Seoul American during Monday's pool-play matches in the Far East High School Division I Girls Volleyball Tournament at Falcon Gym, Seoul American High School, South Post, Yongsan Garrison, South Korea. The host Falcons split with the defending champion Knights, losing 25-17 and rebounding to win 25-23. (Gary Cashman/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Academy of Our Lady of Guam's Isabella Denight (20) tries to place the ball past the block of Alex Jansen of Kubasaki during Monday's pool-play matches in the Far East High School Division I Girls Volleyball Tournament at Falcon Gym, Seoul American High School, South Post, Yongsan Garrison, South Korea. The teams split their match, Denight's Cougars winning 25-20 and the Dragons the second set 24-23 when the match hit the 50-minute time limit.
Academy of Our Lady of Guam's Isabella Denight (20) tries to place the ball past the block of Alex Jansen of Kubasaki during Monday's pool-play matches in the Far East High School Division I Girls Volleyball Tournament at Falcon Gym, Seoul American High School, South Post, Yongsan Garrison, South Korea. The teams split their match, Denight's Cougars winning 25-20 and the Dragons the second set 24-23 when the match hit the 50-minute time limit. (Gary Cashman/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Daegu American outside hitter Leanne Quizon tries to move the ball past Osan American's Lydia Kim, left, and Alina Hauter during Monday's pool-play match in the Far East High School Division II Girls Volleyball Tournament at Potter FItness & Sports Center, Misawa Air Base, Japan. Defending champion Daegu beat Osan, the 2007 and 2008 champion, 25-23, 25-21.
Daegu American outside hitter Leanne Quizon tries to move the ball past Osan American's Lydia Kim, left, and Alina Hauter during Monday's pool-play match in the Far East High School Division II Girls Volleyball Tournament at Potter FItness & Sports Center, Misawa Air Base, Japan. Defending champion Daegu beat Osan, the 2007 and 2008 champion, 25-23, 25-21. (T.D. Flack/Stars and Stripes)
Osan American's Alina Hauter, left, tries to move the ball past Daegu American defender Gulee Kwon during Monday's pool-play match in the Far East High School Division II Girls Volleyball Tournament at Potter FItness & Sports Center, Misawa Air Base, Japan. Defending champion Daegu beat Osan, the 2007 and 2008 champion, 25-23, 25-21.
Osan American's Alina Hauter, left, tries to move the ball past Daegu American defender Gulee Kwon during Monday's pool-play match in the Far East High School Division II Girls Volleyball Tournament at Potter FItness & Sports Center, Misawa Air Base, Japan. Defending champion Daegu beat Osan, the 2007 and 2008 champion, 25-23, 25-21. (T.D. Flack/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Donovan Tracy whips a backhand return against Nate Rivera of Nile C. Kinnick during Monday's first-round boys singles match in the Far East High School Tennis Tournament at Risner Tennis Complex, Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Tracy beat Rivera 8-6.
Kadena's Donovan Tracy whips a backhand return against Nate Rivera of Nile C. Kinnick during Monday's first-round boys singles match in the Far East High School Tennis Tournament at Risner Tennis Complex, Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Tracy beat Rivera 8-6. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Seoul American's Chong Lee rips a forehand return to Kody Botts of Matthew C. Perry during Monday's first-round boys singles match in the Far East High School Tennis Tournament at Risner Tennis Complex, Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Lee beat Botts 8-2.
Seoul American's Chong Lee rips a forehand return to Kody Botts of Matthew C. Perry during Monday's first-round boys singles match in the Far East High School Tennis Tournament at Risner Tennis Complex, Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Lee beat Botts 8-2. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Far East championshipsCross country

At Tama Hills Recreation CenterTokyo3.1-mile course

MondayBoys team standingsDivision I1, Christian Academy Japan, 27; 2, St. Mary’s International, Japan, 36; 3, Nile C. Kinnick, Japan, 39; 4, Kadena, Okinawa, 45; 5, Kubasaki, Okinawa, 69; 6, Seoul American, 96; 7, Guam High, 124; 8, Yokota, Japan, 138; 9, Father Duenas Memorial, Guam, 157.

Division II1, St. Maur International, Japan, 14; 2, Matthew C. Perry, Japan, 16; 3, Osan American, South Korea, 21; 4, Robert D. Edgren, Japan, 46; 5, E.J. King, Japan, 48; Zama American, Japan, and Daegu American, South Korea, incomplete teams.

Boys individual results1, Kelly Langley, St. Mary’s, 16 minutes, 38.7 seconds2, Jacob Bishop, Kadena, 17:06.53, Jared Johnson, CAJ, 17:15.94, David Bailey, Kinnick, 17:24.65, David Vander Haak, CAJ, 17:35.76, Masanari Yoshida, St. Mary’s, 17:36.87, Taro Sawada, CAJ, 17:43.18, Nicco Rivas, Kinnick, 17:44.09, Tomas Sanchez, Kadena, 17:54.810, Koh Terai, St. Mary’s, 17:57.511, Michael Brown, Kubasaki, 17:57.912, Jonathan Bartsch, CAJ, 18:04.513, Robert Beard, Kinnick, 18:06.414, Marcus Boehler, Kinnick, 18:10.315, Hyeon Kim, SAHS, 18:12.016, Brad Davies, Kadena, 18:15.817, Nick Barker, Kubasaki, 18:16.118, Andrew Kilkenny, Kadena, 18:16.319, Jin Marks, St. Mary’s, 18:21.420, Adam Wahid, St. Maur, 18:25.2

Girls team scoresDivision I1, Kadena, Okinawa, 26; 2, Seoul American, 29; 3, Nile C. Kinnick, Japan, 55; 4, Guam High, 67; 5, Kubasaki, Okinawa, 72; 6, Yokota, Japan, 75; 7, Christian Academy Japan, 107.

Division II1, Osan American, South Korea, 12; 2, St. Maur International, Japan, 15; 3, Robert D. Edgren, Japan, 23; 4, Zama American, Japan, 46; 5, E.J. King, Japan, 54; 6, Matthew C. Perry, Japan, 64; Daegu American, South Korea, incomplete team

Girls individual results1, Amanda Henderson, SAHS, 20 minutes, 12.0 seconds2, Pamela Henderson, SAHS, 20:27.03, Alexis Vermeire, GHS, 20:28,64, Carydaliz Fontanez, Kinnick, 20:55.25, India Adams, Kadena, 20:55.96, Ana Hernandez, Kadena, 20:57.87, Mindy Adams, Kadena, 21:06.58, Andrea Grade, Kadena, 21:21.89, Rachel Burchill, Kadena, 21:55.310, Colleen Gannon, Kubasaki, 21:59.811, Sally Lee, SAHS, 22:05.012, Alle Rhodes, Kubasaki, 22:09.413, Iray Hylton, Osan, 22:27.814, Abigail Wall, Yokota, 22:33.215, Mana Kawada, St. Maur, 22:35.316, Kiara Freysinger, Edgren, 22:37.717, Christine Madamba, Yokota, 22:39.518, Dorothy Krebill, SAHS, 22:42.019, Ashley Dejesus, Kinnick, 22:53.220, Kara Matteson, Kinnick, 22:53.5

Division I volleyball

At Falcon Gym, Seoul American High School, South Post, Yongsan Garrison, and Super Gym, Camp Humphreys, South Korea

Pool-play standingsPool AChristian Academy Japan, 5-1Seoul American, 5-1Southern, Guam, 1-5John F. Kennedy, Guam, 1-5Monday’s matchesAt Seoul American High SchoolCAJ def. JFK 25-20, 25-22SAHS def. Southern 25-8, 25-22SAHS def. JFK 25-16, 25-13CAJ def. Southern 25-8, 25-12SAHS 17-25, 25-23 vs. CAJJFK 15-25, 25-18 vs. Southern

Pool BAmerican School In Japan, 5-1Academy of Our Lady of Guam, 4-2Kubasaki, Okinawa, 2-4Guam High, 1-5Monday’s matchesAt Seoul American High SchoolAOLG 9-25, 25-16 vs. ASIJGHS 16-25, 25-19 vs. KubasakiASIJ def. GHS 25-17, 25-10AOLG 25-20, 23-24, 50-minute limit vs. KubasakiAOLG def. GHS 25-19, 25-6ASIJ def. Kubasaki 25-12, 25-18

Pool CFaith Academy, Philippines, 5-1Simon Sanchez, Guam, 4-2Seisen International, Japan, 3-3Kadena, Okinawa, 0-6Monday’s matchesAt Camp HumphreysFaith def. Kadena 25-18, 25-16Simon Sanchez 23-25, 22-21, 50-minute limit vs. SeisenFaith def. Seisen 25-17, 25-23Simon Sanchez def. Kadena 25-14, 25-18Simon Sanchez 15-25, 25-22 vs. FaithSeisen def. Kadena 25-13, 25-17

Pool DGeorge Washington, Guam, 5-1Nile C. Kinnick, Japan, 5-1Yokota, Japan, 2-4Notre Dame, Guam, 0-6Monday’s matchesAt Camp HumphreysGW 25-22, 24-25 vs. KinnickYokota def. Notre Dame 25-13, 25-23GW def. Notre Dame 25-24, 25-16Nile C. Kinnick def. Yokota 25-19, 25-16Nile C. Kinnick def. Notre Dame 25-11, 25-10George Washington def. Yokota 25-11, 25-12

Division-play standingsGold DivisionChristian Academy Japan, 0-0American School In Japan, 0-0Faith Academy, Philippines, 0-0George Washington, Guam, 0-0Tuesday’s matchesAt Seoul American High SchoolCAJ vs. ASIJ, 8 a.m.Faith vs. GW, 10 a.m.CAJ vs. Faith, noonASIJ vs. GW, 2 p.m.ASIJ vs. Faith, 4 p.m.CAJ vs. GW, 6 p.m.

Silver DivisionSAHS, 0-0AOLG, 0-0Simon Sanchez, Guam, 0-0Kinnick, Japan, 0-0Tuesday’s matchesAt Camp HumphreysSAHS vs. AOLG, 10 a.m.Simon Sanchez vs. Kinnick, 10 a.m.SAHS vs. Simon Sanchez, noonAOLG vs. Kinnick, noonAOLG vs. Simon Sanchez, 2 p.m.SAHS vs. Kinnick, 2 p.m.

Bronze DivisionSouthern, Guam, 0-0Kubasaki, Okinawa, 0-0Seisen International, Japan, 0-0Yokota, Japan, 0-0Tuesday’s matchesAt Seoul American High SchoolSouthern vs. Kubasaki, 9 a.m.Seisen vs. Yokota, 11 a.m.Southern vs. Seisen, 1 p.m.Kubasaki vs. Yokota, 3 p.m.Kubasaki vs. Seisen, 5 p.m.Southern vs. Yokota, 7 p.m.

Copper DivisionJFK, Guam, 0-0GHS, 0-0Kadena, Okinawa, 0-0Notre Dame, Guam, 0-0Tuesday’s matchesAt Camp HumphreysJFK vs. GHS, 11 a.m.Kadena vs. Notre Dame, 11 a.m.JFK vs. Kadena, 1 p.m.GHS vs. Notre Dame, 1 p.m.GHS vs. Kadena, 3 p.m.JFK vs. Notre Dame, 3 p.m.

Division II volleyball

At Robert D. Edgren High School & Middle School and Potter Fitness and Sports Center, Misawa Air Base, Japan

Pool-play standingsMorrison Christian Academy, Taiwan, 10-0Daegu American, South Korea, 8-0Zama American, Japan, 5-5International School of the Sacred Heart, Japan, 4-4Osan American, South Korea, 4-4Yongsan International-Seoul, 4-4E.J. King, Japan, 3-5Robert D. Edgren, Japan, 2-6Okinawa Christian International, 1-7Matthew C. Perry, Japan, 1-7Monday’s matchesAt High SchoolMCA def. OCI 25-13, 25-12Osan def. Edgren 25-21, 25-23E.J. King 20-25, 25-18 vs. OCIDaegu def. Edgren 25-13, 25-10MCA def. Perry 25-8, 25-13YIS-Seoul def. Perry 25-15, 25-23Zama def. ISSH 25-14, 25-20

At Middle SchoolISSH def. E.J. King 25-7, 25-14Daegu def. YIS-Seoul 25-18, 25-21MCA def. Zama 25-18, 25-15YIS-Seoul def. Osan 25-17, 25-21Osan def. OCI 25-22, 25-23Zama 20-25, 25-6 vs. EdgrenE.J. King def. Perry 27-25, 25-20

At PotterDaegu def. Zama 25-15, 25-21MCA def. ISSH 25-9, 25-16Edgren 25-19, 15-25 vs. PerryISSH def. OCI 25-19, 25-16Zama def. E.J. King 25-16, 25-19Daegu def. Osan 25-23, 25-21MCA def. YIS-Seoul, score unavailable

Tuesday’s matchesAt High SchoolOCI vs. Zama, 8:15 a.m.Perry vs. ISSH, 9:30 a.m.E.J. King vs. MCA, 10:45 a.m.Zama vs. Osan, 1:15 p.m.MCA vs. Daegu, 2:30 p.m.Daegu vs. ISSH, 3:45 p.m.Zama vs. YIS-Seoul, 6:15 p.m.E.J. King vs. Osan, 7:30 p.m.

At Middle SchoolPerry vs. Osan, 8:15 a.m.MCA vs. Edgren, 9:30 a.m.Daegu vs. OCI, 10:45 a.m.ISSH vs. Edgren, 1:15 p.m.YIS-Seoul vs. E.J. King, 2:30 p.m.OCI vs. Perry, 3:45 p.m.Daegu vs. Perry, 6:15 p.m.ISSH vs. YIS-Seoul, 7:30 p.m.

At PotterEdgren vs. YIS-Seoul, 8:15 a.m.E.J. King vs. Daegu, 9:30 a.m.Osan vs. ISSH, 10:45 a.m.YIS-Seoul vs. OCI, 1:15 p.m.Perry vs. Zama, 2:30 p.m.Edgren vs. E.J. King, 3:45 p.m.Osan vs. MCA, 6:15 p.m.OCI vs. Edgren, 7:30 p.m.

Tennis

At Risner Tennis Complex Kadena Air Base, Okinawa

Boys singlesFirst roundKent Sikama, St. Mary’s International, byeJoseph Kim, Kubasaki, def. Gordon Atomu, Robert D. Edgren, 8-1Matthew Hwang, Daegu American, def. Kenichi Mishler, Zama American, 8-0Ross Chu, Yongsan International-Seoul, def. Austen San Nicolas, Guam High, 8-2Chong Lee, Seoul American, def. Kody Botts, Matthew C. Perry, 8-2Shintaro Clanton, Yokota, def. Ryan Su, Nile C. Kinnick, 9-7Brenden Sullivan, Zama, def. Dallas Foster, Daegu, 8-0Wataru Ueno, Christian Academy Japan, def. Adam Sobieck, E.J. King, 8-1Arlo Taylor, Kadena, byeKee Park, Osan American, def. Brandon Lumaban, GHS, 8-4Stefan Byland, St. Mary’s, def. Alec Myers, Osan, 8-0Ken Hirata, CAJ, def. Sean Barker, Perry, 8-1Jun Lee, YIS-Seoul, def. Luke Board, Kubasaki, 8-0Donovan Tracy, Kadena, def. Nate Rivera, Kinnick, 8-6Mason McDaniel, Yokota, def. Oscar Martin, E.J. King, 8-0Russell Midomaru, SAHS, bye

Girls singlesFirst roundAmber Gadsden, GHS, byeEmily Beemsterboer, Yokota, def. Christina Thompson, Daegu, 8-1Sydney Short, GHS, def. Erica Shin, Osan, 8-1Hanako Zhang, Seisen International, def. Caitlin Campbell, E.J. King, 8-2Risako Takatsuki, Seisen, def. Tara Temkar, Zama, 8-1Alicia Saiki, Perry, def. Sheri Yoon, SAHS, 8-6Tammi Ragan, Kubasaki, def. Nicole Suchy, Kinnick, 8-3Jacquelyne Nguyen, SAHS, def. Kelli Braun, Edgren, 8-1Erika Ettl, Yokota, def. Rachel Tyo, Edgren, 8-0Monica Saldana, Kubasaki, def. Jillian Parker, Kinnick, 8-4Christin Gentz, Kadena, def. Kimberly Porter, Osan, 8-1Haruka Kikuchi, CAJ, def. Hannah Scanlon, Daegu, 8-3Ayu Kitaura-Rachman, CAJ, def. Yuka Goode, E.J. King, 8-0Helen Lim, YIS-Seoul, def. Mina Fisher, Zama, 8-1Anne Naseer, Matthew C. Perry, def. Joshulyne Park, Yongsan International-Seoul, 8-6Erika Youngdahl, Kadena, bye

Boys doublesFirst roundStefan Byland and Kent Sikama, St. Mary’s, byeSean Barker and Sam Cadavos, Perry, def. Oscar Martin and Adam Sobieck, E.J. King, 9-8 (7-1)Matthew Hwang and Alexander Georges, Daegu, def. Paul Asyn and Grey Weber, E.J. King, 8-2Jun Lee and Andrew H. Park, YIS-Seoul, def. Warren Manegan and E.J. Bagtas, Yokota, 8-3Chae-yong Moon and Taishi Misumi, St. Mary’s, def. Joe Anthony and Nikko Cabrera, GHS, 8-2Nate Rivera and Neil Pothula, Kinnick, def. Joseph Kim and Luke Board, Kubasaki, 8-1Mason McDaniel and Shintaro Clanton, Yokota, def. Kenichi Mishler and Brenden Sullivan, Zama, 8-1Arlo Taylor and Donovan Tracy, Kadena, byeRyo Fuseya and Jesse Hino, CAJ, byeJohn Bradley and Kee Park, Osan, byeKody Botts and Yuta Fleming, Perry, def. Matt Bruhnke and Chong Lee, SAHS, 8-5Triston Barnet and Ryan Su, Kinnick, def. Steven Song and Ross Chu, YIS-Seoul, 8-3Wataru Ueno and Ken Hirata, CAJ, def. Alec Myers and Alex Kuster, Osan, 8-1Mark Harmeling and Scott Vogel, Kadena, def. Luke Faivre and Dallas Foster, Daegu, 9-8 (7-2)William Mike and Dale Tubat, Kubasaki, def. Brandon Lumaban and Austen San Nicolas, GHS, 8-4Russell Midomaru and Jay Han, SAHS, bye

Girls doublesFirst roundErika Youngdahl and Christin Gentz, Kadena, byeHanna Mori and Hana Yamanaka, CAJ, def. Helen Lim and Joshulyne Park, YIS-Seoul, 8-2Isabel Georges and Christina Thompson, Daegu, def. Alicia Saiki and Jennifer Shibazaki, Perry, 8-2Kie Kobayashi and Serina So, Seisen, def. Caitlin Campbell and Yuka Goode, E.J. King, 8-2Jacqueline Nguyen and Sheri Yoon, SAHS, def. Katrina Fuentes and Reina Staley, Zama, 8-2Sydney Short and Caroline Loynd, GHS, def. Alice Kim and Melody Horbach, Osan, 9-7Tiajha Nakahara and Miasha Nakahara, Kubasaki, def. Mikaela Beando and Monica Henry, Kinnick, 8-3Risako Takatsuki and Hanako Zhang, Seisen, def. Marien Padua and Momoko Simmons, E.J. King, 8-2Haruka Kikuchi and Ayu Kitaura-Rachman, CAJ, byeMisa Brophy and Anju Yamanaka, Yokota, def. Joanna Racine and Minjung Kim, Kadena, 8-5Erika Ettl and Emily Beemsterboer, Yokota, def. Carlota Cepria and Hannah Scanlon, Daegu, 8-2Rebekah Harwell and Anne Naseer, Perry, def. Mina Fisher and Tara Temkar, Zama, 8-0Tammi Ragan and Monica Saldana, Kubasaki, def. Erica Shin and Kimberly Porter, Osan, 8-6Jane Lee and Annie Song, YIS-Seoul, def. Rachel Tyo and Melissa Albers, Edgren, 8-4Carson Allen and Kirsten Kwon, SAHS, def. Jillian Parker and Nicole Suchy, Kinnick, 8-6Amber Gadsden and Chloe Gadsden, GHS, bye

Mixed doublesFirst roundChae-yong Moon and Serina So, St. Mary’s/Seisen, byeE.J. Bagtas and Anju Yamanaka, Yokota, def. Dale Tubat and Miasha Nakahara, Kubasaki, 8-1Matt Bruhnke and Kirsten Kwon, SAHS, def. Yuta Fleming and Jennifer Shibazaki, Perry, 8-4Jesse Hino and Hanna Mori, CAJ, def. Oscar Martin and Caitlin Campbell, E.J. King, 8-3Taishi Misumi and Kie Kobayashi, St. Mary’s/Seisen, def. Adam Sobieck and Yuka Goode, E.J. King, 8-0Sam Cadavos and Rebekah Harwell, Perry, def. Andrew H. Park and Annie Song, YIS-Seoul, 8-5Mark Harmeling and Minjung Kim, Kadena, def. Joe Anthony Cabrera and Caroline Loynd, GHS, 8-1Isabel Georges and Alexander Georges, Daegu, byeRyo Fuseya and Hana Yamanaka, CAJ, def. John Bradley and Melody Horbach, Osan, 8-3Luke Faivre and Carlota Cepria, Daegu, def. Neil Pothula and Mikaela Beando, Kinnick, 8-6Nikko Cabrera and Chloe Gadsden, GHS, def. Triston Barnet and Monica Henry, Kinnick, 8-4Brenden Sullivan and Reina Staley, Zama, def. William Mike and Tiajha Nakahara, Kubasaki, 8-5Scott Vogel and Joanne Racine, Kadena, def. Mina Fisher and Kenichi Mishler, Zama, 8-4Warren Manegan and Misa Brophy, Yokota, def. Alex Kuster and Alice Kim, Osan, 8-6Steven Song and Jane Lee, YIS-Seoul, def. Gordon Atomu and Kelli Braun, Edgren, 8-0Carson Allen and Jay Han, SAHS, bye

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