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Daegu American senior Kristina Bergman digs a Morrison Christian Academy spike during Tuesday's pool-play match in the Far East High School Girls Division II Volleyball Tournament at Eagles Nest, Robert D. Edgren High School, Misawa Air Base, Japan. Defending champion Daegu won the second set, 25-20, after dropping the first set, 25-23.
Daegu American senior Kristina Bergman digs a Morrison Christian Academy spike during Tuesday's pool-play match in the Far East High School Girls Division II Volleyball Tournament at Eagles Nest, Robert D. Edgren High School, Misawa Air Base, Japan. Defending champion Daegu won the second set, 25-20, after dropping the first set, 25-23. (Jack Koch/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Daegu American senior Kristina Bergman digs a Morrison Christian Academy spike during Tuesday's pool-play match in the Far East High School Girls Division II Volleyball Tournament at Eagles Nest, Robert D. Edgren High School, Misawa Air Base, Japan. Defending champion Daegu won the second set, 25-20, after dropping the first set, 25-23.
Daegu American senior Kristina Bergman digs a Morrison Christian Academy spike during Tuesday's pool-play match in the Far East High School Girls Division II Volleyball Tournament at Eagles Nest, Robert D. Edgren High School, Misawa Air Base, Japan. Defending champion Daegu won the second set, 25-20, after dropping the first set, 25-23. (Jack Koch/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Seoul American's Destinee Harrison, left and Nile C. Kinnick's Emily Stith battle for the ball at the net during Tuesday's division-play match in the Far East High School Girls Division I Volleyball Tournament at Super Gym, Camp Humphreys, South Korea. Kinnick won, 25-23, 25-16.
Seoul American's Destinee Harrison, left and Nile C. Kinnick's Emily Stith battle for the ball at the net during Tuesday's division-play match in the Far East High School Girls Division I Volleyball Tournament at Super Gym, Camp Humphreys, South Korea. Kinnick won, 25-23, 25-16. (Gary Cashman/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Seoul American's Liz Gleaves blasts a spike kill past Regina Shiroma of Simon Sanchez during Tuesday's division-play match in the Far East High School Girls Division I Volleyball Tournament at Super Gym, Camp Humphreys, South Korea. Seoul American won, 25-14, 25-12.
Seoul American's Liz Gleaves blasts a spike kill past Regina Shiroma of Simon Sanchez during Tuesday's division-play match in the Far East High School Girls Division I Volleyball Tournament at Super Gym, Camp Humphreys, South Korea. Seoul American won, 25-14, 25-12. (Gary Cashman/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Mashiya McKinney readies a spike against Regina Shiroma of Simon Sanchez during Tuesday's division-play match in the Far East High School Girls Division I Volleyball Tournament at Super Gym, Camp Humphreys, South Korea. Kinnick split with Simon Sanchez, losing 25-24 and winning 25-20.
Nile C. Kinnick's Mashiya McKinney readies a spike against Regina Shiroma of Simon Sanchez during Tuesday's division-play match in the Far East High School Girls Division I Volleyball Tournament at Super Gym, Camp Humphreys, South Korea. Kinnick split with Simon Sanchez, losing 25-24 and winning 25-20. (Gary Cashman/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Seoul American's Carson Allen smashes a backhand return during Tuesday's girls doubles match in the Far East High School Tennis Tournament at Risner Tennis Complex, Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Allen and her partner Kirsten Kwon lost 8-1 to Amber and Chloe Gadsden of Guam High.
Seoul American's Carson Allen smashes a backhand return during Tuesday's girls doubles match in the Far East High School Tennis Tournament at Risner Tennis Complex, Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Allen and her partner Kirsten Kwon lost 8-1 to Amber and Chloe Gadsden of Guam High. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Erika Ettl smashes a forehand return to Kadena's Christin Gentz during Tuesday's girls singles quarterfinal match in the Far East High School Tennis Tournament at Risner Tennis Complex, Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Ettl won 8-4 to advance to Wednesday's semifinals.
Yokota's Erika Ettl smashes a forehand return to Kadena's Christin Gentz during Tuesday's girls singles quarterfinal match in the Far East High School Tennis Tournament at Risner Tennis Complex, Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Ettl won 8-4 to advance to Wednesday's semifinals. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Erika Ettl prepares a drop shot against Kadena's Christin Gentz during Tuesday's girls singles quarterfinal match in the Far East High School Tennis Tournament at Risner Tennis Complex, Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Ettl won 8-4 to advance to Wednesday's semifinals.
Yokota's Erika Ettl prepares a drop shot against Kadena's Christin Gentz during Tuesday's girls singles quarterfinal match in the Far East High School Tennis Tournament at Risner Tennis Complex, Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Ettl won 8-4 to advance to Wednesday's semifinals. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Cross CountryFar East High School Cross-Country MeetAt Tama Hills Recreation Center, Tokyo(3.1-mile course)Tuesday’s resultsOverall school standingsDivision I1, Kadena, Okinawa, 6; 2, Seoul American, 8 (by virtue of higher team-relay finish); 3, Nile C. Kinnick, 8; 4, Kubasaki, Okinawa, 13; 5, Guam High, 15 (by virtue of higher team-relay finish); 6, Christian Academy Japan, 15; 7, Yokota, Japan, 19Division II1, St. Maur International, Japan, 4; 2, Osan American, South Korea, 6; 3, Robert D. Edgren, Japan, 10; 4, Matthew C. Perry, Japan, 11; 5, E.J. King, Japan, 14Team relayTeam standingsDivision I1, Seoul American, 25; 2, Kadena, Okinawa, 29; 3, Nile C. Kinnick, Japan, 29; 4, Kubasaki, Okinawa, 66; 5, Guam High, 77; 6, Yokota, Japan, 103; 7, Christian Academy Japan, 104Division II1, St. Maur International, Japan, 10; 2, Osan American, South Korea, 16; 3, Robert D. Edgren, Japan, 30; 4, Matthew C. Perry, Japan, 39; 5, E.J. King, Japan, 51; Zama American, Daegu American, incomplete teams

VolleyballDivision IFar East High School Girls Division I Volleyball TournamentAt Falcon Gym, Seoul American High School, South Post, Yongsan Garrison, and Super Gym, Camp Humphreys, South KoreaDay 2 resultsDivision-play standings(listed in order of playoff seeding)Gold DivisionFaith Academy, Philippines, 5-1American School In Japan, 4-2Christian Academy Japan, 2-4George Washington, Guam, 1-5Tuesday’s matchesAt Seoul American High SchoolChristian Academy Japan 25-22, 23-25 American School In JapanFaith Academy def. George Washington 25-13, 25-22Faith Academy def. Christian Academy Japan 25-17, 25-11American School In Japan def. George Washington 25-11, 25-12American School In Japan 17-25, 25-20 Faith AcademyChristian Academy Japan 25-22, 22-25 George Washington

Silver DivisionNile C. Kinnick, Japan, 5-1Seoul American, 3-3Academy of Our Lady of Guam, 2-4Simon Sanchez, Guam, 2-4Tuesday’s matchesAt Camp HumphreysSeoul American 25-19, 19-25 Academy of Our Lady of GuamSimon Sanchez 25-24, 22-25 Nile C. KinnickSeoul American def. Simon Sanchez 25-14, 25-12Nile C. Kinnick def. Academy of Our Lady of Guam 25-10, 25-22Academy of Our Lady of Guam 24-25, 25-21 Simon SanchezNile C. Kinnick def. Seoul American 25-23, 25-16

Bronze DivisionSeisen International, Japan, 6-0Yokota, Japan, 3-3Southern, Guam, 2-4Kubasaki, Okinawa, 1-5Tuesday’s matchesAt Seoul American High SchoolSouthern def. Kubasaki 25-20, 25-22Seisen International def. Yokota 25-20, 25-17Seisen International def. Southern 25-12, 25-16Yokota 15-25, 25-16 KubasakiSeisen International def. Kubasaki 25-14, 25-15Yokota def. Southern 25-24, 25-22Copper DivisionNotre Dame, Guam, 5-1Kadena, Okinawa, 3-3John F. Kennedy, Guam, 3-3Guam High, 1-5Tuesday’s matchesAt Camp HumphreysJohn F. Kennedy def. Guam High 25-15, 25-17Notre Dame def. Kadena 25-22, 25-21Kadena def. John F. Kennedy 25-19, 21-20 50-minute time limitNotre Dame def. Guam High 25-22, 25-19Guam High 25-16, 18-25 KadenaJohn F. Kennedy 21-25, 25-22 Notre Dame

Single-elimination playoffsWednesday’s matchesAt Camp HumphreysMatch 1—Faith Academy, Philippines, vs. Guam High, 10 a.m.Match 2—Seisen International, Japan, vs. Simon Sanchez, Guam, 10 a.m.Match 3—Nile C. Kinnick, Japan, vs. Kubasaki, Okinawa, 11:45 a.m.Match 4—Notre Dame, Guam, vs. George Washington, Guam, 11:45 a.m.Match 13—Match 1 winner vs. Match 2 winner, 1 p.m.Match 14—Match 3 winner vs. Match 4 winner, 1 p.m.At Seoul American High SchoolMatch 5—Kadena, Okinawa, vs. Christian Academy Japan, 8 a.m.Match 6—Seoul American vs. Southern, Guam, 9:45 a.m.Match 7—Yokota, Japan, vs. Academy of Our Lady of Guam, 11:30 a.m.Match 8—American School In Japan vs. John F. Kennedy, Guam, 1:15 p.m.Match 15—Match 5 winner vs. Match 6 winner, 3 p.m.Match 16—Match 7 winner vs. Match 8 winner, 4:15 p.m.At Seoul American High SchoolThursday’s matchesMatch 9—Match 1 loser vs. Match 2 loser, 8 a.m.Match 10—Match 3 loser vs. Match 4 loser, 9:15 a.m.Match 11—Match 5 loser vs. Match 6 loser, 10:30 a.m.Match 12—Match 7 loser vs. Match 8 loser, 11:45 a.m.Match 17—Match 9 winner vs. Match 14 loser, 1 p.m.Match 18—Match 10 winner vs. Match 13 loser, 2:15 p.m.Match 19—Match 11 winner vs. Match 15 loser, 3:30 p.m.Match 20—Match 12 winner vs. Match 16 loser, 4:45 p.m.Friday’s matchesMatch 21—Match 17 winner vs. Match 18 winner, 9 a.m.Match 22—Match 19 winner vs. Match 20 winner, 10:45 a.m.Match 23—Match 13 winner vs. Match 14 winner, 3:30 p.m.Match 24—Match 15 winner vs. Match 16 winner, 5 p.m.Saturday’s matchesMatch 25—Match 21 winner vs. Match 22 winner, fifth and sixth place, 11 a.m.Match 26—Match 23 loser vs. Match 24 loser, third and fourth place, 1 p.m.Match 27—Match 23 winner vs. Match 24 winner, championship and second place, 3 p.m.

Division IIFar East High School Girls Division II Volleyball TournamentAt Robert D. Edgren High School and Middle School gymnasiums and Potter Fitness and Sports Center, Misawa Air Base, JapanDay 2 resultsFinal pool-play standings(listed in order of playoff seeding)Daegu American, South Korea, 17-1Morrison Christian Academy, Taiwan, 17-1Yongsan International-Seoul, 11-7Osan American, South Korea, 10-8Zama American, Japan, 9-9International School of the Sacred Heart, Japan, 9-9Robert D. Edgren, Japan, 6-12E.J. King, Japan, 5-13Matthew C. Perry, Japan, 5-13Okinawa Christian International, 1-17Tuesday’s matchesAt High SchoolZama American def. Okinawa Christian International 25-11, 25-14Matthew C. Perry 25-23, 22-25 International School of the Sacred HeartMorrison Christian Academy def. E.J. King 25-1, 25-13Zama American 25-17, 13-25 Osan AmericanMorrison Christian Academy 25-23, 20-25 Daegu AmericanDaegu American def. International School of the Sacred Heart 25-11, 25-14Yongsan International-Seoul def. Zama American 25-22, 25-23E.J. King 27-25, 12-25 Osan AmericanAt Middle SchoolOsan American def. Matthew C. Perry 25-16, 25-11Morrison Christian Academy def. Robert D. Edgren 25-12, 25-15Daegu American def. Okinawa Christian International 25-15, 25-13International School of the Sacred Heart def. Robert D. Edgren 25-16, 25-20Yongsan International-Seoul def. E.J. King 25-22, 25-20Matthew C. Perry def. Okinawa Christian International 25-22, 25-17Daegu American def. Matthew C. Perry 25-14, 25-23International School of the Sacred Heart def. Yongsan International-Seoul 25-21, 25-20At PotterRobert D. Edgren def. Yongsan International-Seoul 26-24, 25-18Daegu American def. E.J. King 25-13, 25-12Osan American def. International School of the Sacred Heart 27-25, 25-19Yongsan International-Seoul def. Okinawa Christian International 25-12, 25-15Matthew C. Perry 18-25, 25-18 Zama AmericanRobert D. Edgren 27-25, 23-25 E.J. KingMorrison Christian Academy def. Osan American 25-17, 25-16Robert D. Edgren def. Okinawa Christian International 26-24, 28-26Double-elimination playoffsWednesday’s matchesMatch 1—Matthew C. Perry, Japan, vs. Okinawa Christian International, 9 a.m., high schoolMatch 2—Robert D. Edgren, Japan, vs. E.J. King, Japan, 9 a.m., middle schoolMatch 3—Osan American, South Korea, vs. International School of the Sacred Heart, Japan, 10:30 a.m., high schoolMatch 4—Yongsan International-Seoul vs. Zama American, Japan, 10:30 a.m., middle schoolMatch 5—Match 1 winner vs. Daegu American, South Korea, 2 p.m., high schoolMatch 6—Match 2 winner vs. Morrison Christian Academy, Taiwan, 2 p.m., middle schoolMatch 7—Match 2 loser vs. Match 3 loser, 3:30 p.m., high schoolMatch 8—Match 1 loser vs. Match 4 loser, 3:30 p.m., high schoolThursday’s matchesMatch 9—Match 3 winner vs. Match 5 winner, 9 a.m., high schoolMatch 10—Match 5 loser vs. Match 7 winner, 9 a.m., middle schoolMatch 11—Match 4 winner vs. Match 6 winner, 10:30 a.m., high schoolMatch 12—Match 6 loser vs. Match 8 winner, 10:30 a.m., middle schoolMatch 13—Match 10 winner vs. Match 11 loser, 1 p.m., high schoolMatch 14—Match 9 loser vs. Match 12 winner, 1 p.m., middle schoolMatch 15—Match 7 loser vs. Match 8 loser, 2:30 p.m., middle school, ninth and 10th placeMatch 16—Match 10 loser vs. Match 12 loser, 2:30 p.m., high school, seventh and eighth placeMatch 17—Match 9 winner vs. Match 11 winner, 4 p.m., high schoolMatch 18—Match 13 winner vs. Match 14 winner, 6 p.m., high school; loser takes fourth placeFriday’s matchesMatch 19—Match 13 loser vs. Match 14 loser, 9 a.m., middle school, fifth and sixth placeMatch 20—Match 17 loser vs. Match 19 winner, 9 a.m., high school; loser takes third placeMatch 21—Match 17 winner vs. Match 20 winner, 11 a.m., high school, championship and second placeMatch 22—Match 17 winner vs. Match 20 winner if Match 17 winner loses Match 21, 1:30 p.m., high school

Tennis2010 Far East High School Tennis TournamentAt Risner Tennis Complex, Kadena Air Base, OkinawaDay 2 results

BoysSinglesSecond roundKent Sikama, St. Mary’s International, def. Joseph Kim, Kubasaki, 8-1Matthew Hwang, Daegu American, def. Ross Chu, Yongsan International-Seoul, 9-8 (12-10)Chong Lee, Seoul American, def. Shintaro Clanton, Yokota, 8-3Wataru Ueno, Christian Academy Japan, def. Brenden Sullivan, Zama American by walkoverArlo Taylor, Kadena, def. Kee Park, Osan American, 8-2Ken Hirata, Christian Academy Japan, def. Stefan Byland, St. Mary’s International, 8-5Jun Lee, Yongsan International-Seoul, def. Donovan Tracy, Kadena, 8-3Russell Midomaru, Seoul American, def. Mason McDaniel, Yokota, 8-3QuarterfinalsSikama def. Hwang 8-1C. Lee def. Ueno 8-6Taylor def. Hirata 8-6Midomaru def. J. Lee 8-3DoublesSecond roundStefan Byland and Kent Sikama, St. Mary’s International, def. Sam Cadavos and Sean Barker, Matthew C. Perry, 8-2Jun Lee and Andrew H. Park, Yongsan International-Seoul, def. Matthew Hwang and Alexander Georges, Daegu American, 8-4Chae-yong Moon and Taishi Misumi, St. Mary’s International, def. Nate Rivera and Neil Pothula, Nile C. Kinnick, 8-3Arlo Taylor and Donovan Tracy, Kadena, def. Mason McDaniel and Shintaro Clanton, Yokota, 9-8 (7-3)Ryo Fuseya and Jesse Hino, Christian Academy Japan, def. John Bradley and Kee Park, Osan American, 8-2Kody Botts and Yuta Fleming, Matthew C. Perry, def. Triston Barnet and Ryan Su, Nile C. Kinnick, 8-3Wataru Ueno and Ken Hirata, Christian Academy Japan, def. Mark Harmeling and Scott Vogel, Kadena, 8-0Russell Midomaru and Jay Han, Seoul American, def. William Mike and Dale Tubat, Kubasaki, 8-0

GirlsSinglesSecond roundAmber Gadsden, Guam High, def. Emily Beemsterboer, Yokota, 8-4Hanako Zhang, Seisen International, def. Sydney Short, Guam High, 8-3Alicia Saiki, Matthew C. Perry, def. Risako Takatsuki, Seisen International, 8-6Tammi Ragan, Kubasaki, def. Jacqueline Nguyen, Seoul American, 8-6Erika Ettl, Yokota, def. Monica Saldana, Kubasaki, 8-2Christin Gentz, Kadena, def. Haruka Kikuchi, Christian Academy Japan, 9-8 (7-2)Ayu Kitaura-Rachman, Christian Academy Japan, def. Helen Lim, Yongsan International-Seoul, 8-1Erika Youngdahl, Kadena, def. Anne Naseer, Matthew C. Perry, 8-0QuarterfinalsGadsden def. Zhang 8-3Ragan def. Saiki 8-0Ettl def. Gentz 8-4Youngdahl def. Kitaura-Rachman 8-0

DoublesSecond roundErika Youngdahl and Christin Gentz, Kadena, def. Hanna Mori and Hana Yamanaka, Christian Academy Japan, 8-0Kie Kobayashi and Serina So, Seisen International, def. Isabel Georges and Christina Thompson, Daegu American, 8-6Jacqueline Nguyen and Sheri Yoon, Seoul American, def. Sydney Short and Caroline Loynd, Guam High, 9-8 (7-4)Risako Takatsuki and Hanako Zhang, Seisen International, def. Tiajha Nakahara and Miasha Nakahara, Kubasaki, 8-0Haruka Kikuchi and Ayu Kitaura-Rachman, Christian Academy Japan, def. Misa Brophy and Anju Yamanaka, Yokota, 8-6Erika Ettl and Emily Beemsterboer, Yokota, def. Rebekah Harwell and Anne Naseer, Matthew C. Perry, 8-5Tammi Ragan and Monica Saldana, Kubasaki, def. Jane Lee and Annie Song, Yongsan International-Seoul, 8-4Amber Gadsden and Chloe Gadsden, Guam High, def. Carson Allen and Kirsten Kwon, Seoul American, 8-1

Mixed doublesSecond roundChae-yong Moon and Serina So, St. Mary’s/Seisen International, def. E.J. Bagtas and Anju Yamanaka, Yokota, 8-1Matt Bruhnke and Kirsten Kwon, Seoul American, def. Jesse Hino and Hanna Mori, Christian Academy Japan, 8-6Sam Cadavos and Rebekah Harwell, Matthew C. Perry, def. Taishi Misumi and Kie Kobayashi, St. Mary’s/Seisen International, 8-2Alexander Georges and Isabel Georges, Daegu American, def. Mark Harmeling and Minjung Kim, Kadena, 8-3Ryo Fuseya and Hana Yamanaka, Christian Academy Japan, def. Luke Faivre and Carlota Cepria, Daegu American, 8-0Nikko Cabrera and Chloe Gadsden, Guam High, def. William Mike and Tiajha Nakahara, Kubasaki, 8-4Warren Manegan and Misa Brophy, Yokota, def. Scott Vogel and Joanna Racine, Kadena, 8-4Steven Song and Jane Lee, Yongsan International-Seoul, def. Jay Han and Carson Allen, Seoul American, 8-3

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