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Zama American Trojans senior tennis player Tia Burke slaps a forehand return at Nile C. Kinnick Red Devils' Megan Sibayan during Friday's DODDS Japan and Kanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools tennis tie at Zama American High School, Japan. Burke won 6-0, 6-0. Most of the matches were washed out by rain. It's not known when or if they'll be made up.

Zama American Trojans senior tennis player Tia Burke slaps a forehand return at Nile C. Kinnick Red Devils' Megan Sibayan during Friday's DODDS Japan and Kanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools tennis tie at Zama American High School, Japan. Burke won 6-0, 6-0. Most of the matches were washed out by rain. It's not known when or if they'll be made up. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

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FootballJapanFriday, Oct. 14Yokota 41, Robert D. Edgren 6

Saturday, Oct. 15Nile C. Kinnick at American School In Japan, 1 p.m.Kubasaki (Okinawa) at Zama American, 6 p.m.

South Korea Friday, Oct. 14Osan American 35, Daegu American 25

TennisJapanFriday’s resultsAt Misawa Air BaseBoysYokota 4, Robert D. Edgren 0SinglesArlo Taylor def. Christian Wolfewicz 8-0; Warren Manegan def. Yanni Baroy 8-2; Shintaro Clanton def. Christopher Minton 8-1; E.J. Bagtas def. Justin Marling 8-0GirlsYokota 2, Robert D. Edgren 0DoublesErika Ettl and Emily Beemsterboer def. Kelly Braun and Rachel Tyo 8-0; Misa Brophy and Anju Yamanaka def. Natasha Weimer and Alyssa Villanueva 8-0

OkinawaFriday’s resultsAt Camp FosterBoysKadena 6, Kubasaki 3SinglesDonovan Tracy, Kadena, def. Dale Tubat 6-1, 6-1; Alex Daniel, Kadena, def. Lucas Board 8-6; Michael Potts, Kadena, def. Brenden Neu 8-4; Tyler Burkhalter, Kubasaki, def. Greg Borgert 9-7; Nicholas Erazo, Kubasaki, def. Nicholas Lay 8-3; Christian Won, Kadena, def. Paul Tubat 9-7DoublesTracy-Daniels def. D. Tubat-Board 6-1, 6-1; Potts-Borgert def. Neu-Burkhalter 8-4; P. Tubat-Erazo def. Lay-Won 3-2, walkoverGirlsKadena 9, Kubasaki 0SinglesErika Youngdahl def. Rimika Ortiz 6-1, 6-0; Kristin Howard def. Alex Morvant 8-0; Joanne Racine def. Christina Yacono 8-0; Alex Howard def. Korina Martinez 8-0; Hana Petruff def. Erika Cole 8-0; Abby Traylor def. Adria Robinson 8-1DoublesYoungdahl-K. Howard def. Ortiz-Yacono 6-0, 6-1; Racine-A. Howard def. Morvant-Cole 8-0; Petruff-A. Howard def. Martinez-Robinson 8-1

South KoreaFriday’s resultsAt SeoulBoysSeoul Foreign 5, Yongsan International-Seoul 0SinglesJeffrey Kim def. Jun Lee 8-0; Henry Kalb def. Donghyun Koo 8-1; James Hahn def. Steven Song 8-0DoublesRyan Yi and Andy Lee def. Alex Kwon and Nick Kim 9-8 (7-4); Edward Massaut and Robin Lee def. Andrew Park and Joseph Gong 8-5GirlsSeoul Foreign 5, Yongsan International-Seoul 0SinglesJae-hyun Kim def. Helen Lim 8-0; Michelle Richardson def. Jenny Lee 8-1; Su Ying Chang def. Joshulyne Park 8-2DoublesCaroline Kim and Lauren Kim def. Annie Song and Amanda Lee 8-6; Eunice Chang and Hanna Ough def. Dongmin Koo and Judy Park 9-7

Girls volleyballJapanFriday’s summaryAt Camp ZamaNile C. Kinnick def. Zama American 25-14, 25-13, 25-9Spike kills — Kinnick, Mashiya McKinney 8, Michayla Robinson 6, Emily Stith 5. Service aces — Kinnick, Kaile Johnson 8, McKinney 5, Stith 5. Set assists — Kinnick, Jerimae Capuyan 25.

South KoreaFriday’s summaryAt SeoulYongsan International-Seoul def. Seoul Foreign 26-24, 25-15, 21-25, 25-16Spike kills — YIS-S, Sarah Waldrop 15 in 32 attempts, Joelle Kim 14 in 32 attempts. Service aces — YIS-S, Waldrop 5. Set assists — YIS-S, Sarah Kim 15, J.Kim 11. Defensive digs — YIS-S, Jessi Son 12, S.Kim 12.

OkinawaFriday’s summaryAt Kadena Air BaseKubasaki def. Kadena 25-15, 25-11, 25-23Spike kills — Kubasaki, Stephanie Dowse 6. Block points — Kubasaki, Ameyna Saunders-Jackson 5. Defensive digs — Kubasaki, Jienniphyre Soderlund 16. Noteworthy — Kubasaki wins season series from Kadena. Dragons middle blockers combined for 13 stuff blocks.

Boys volleyballSouth KoreaFriday’s summaryAt SuweonSeoul American def. Gyeonggi Suwon International 25-21, 26-24, 21-25, 25-21Spike kills — SAHS, Quintin Wilde 8. Defensive digs — SAHS, Taewoo Lee 7, Joshua Chung 5.

Cross countryOkinawaFriday’s resultsAt Jack’s Place, Kadena Air Base, 3.1-mile courseBoys1, Zion Christian Academy, 36; 2, Kubasaki, 41; 3, Kadena, 57; 4, Okinawa Christian International, 1031, Erik Armes, Kubasaki, 17 minutes, 14 seconds; 2, Mashu Wakita, Zion, 17:22; 3, Andrew Kilkenny, Kadena, 17:35; 4, Akira Shavers, Zion, 17:52; 5, Brad Davies, Kadena, 18:16; 6, Rejey Maruo, Zion, 18:20; 7, Dalton Atkinson, Kubasaki, 18:28; 8, Nick Rogers, Kadena, 18:36; 9, Alex Otero, Kubasaki, 18:52; 10, Christopher Dowd, Zion, 18:55Girls1, Kadena, 22; 2, Kubasaki, 35; 3, Zion Christian Academy, 106; 4, Okinawa Christian International, 1651, Alle Robles, Kubasaki, 21 minutes, 18 seconds; 2, Teylor Phetkhamyath, Kadena, 21:29; 3, Shannon Berry, Kadena, 22:19; 4, Rachel Burchill, Kadena, 22:20; 5, Alyssa Burchill, Kadena, 2:22; 6, Sam Fugate, Kubasaki, 22:33; 7, Dominique Lopez, Kubasaki, 22:51; 8, Ana Hernandez, Kadena, 22:54; 9, Lauren Manring, Kadena, 23:07; 10, Jessica Ircink, Kubasaki, 23:08


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