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FootballJapanSaturday, Oct. 15American School In Japan 35, Nile C. Kinnick 6Kubasaki (Okinawa) 48, Zama American 9

Okinawa Saturday, Oct. 15Kubasaki 48, Zama American (Japan)9

GuamIndependent Interscholastic Athletic Association of GuamInterscholastic Football LeaguePostseasonSemifinalsSaturday, Oct. 15George Washington 36, Okkodo 12Guam High 18, Simon Sanchez 8

Saturday, Oct. 22Third-place gameOkkodo vs. Simon Sanchez at Ramsey Field, John F. Kennedy High School, Upper Tumon, 3 p.m.ChampionshipGuam High at George Washington, 7 p.m.

Cross countrySouth KoreaSaturday’s resultsAt SeongnamBoysSeoul Foreign 16, International Christian-Uijongbu 31Seoul Foreign 15, Seoul International 48International Christian-Uijongbu 20, Seoul International 351, Jay DeVries, ICS-U, 17 minutes, 11 seconds; 2, Henry Ramsden, SFS, 17:24; 3, Mickey Kumar, ICS-U, 17:25; 4, Jullian Aramuri, SFS, 17:30; 5, Owen Underwood, SFS, 18:22; 6, David Kim, ICS-U, 18:26; 7, Daniel S. Kim, SFS, 18:34; 8, Midas Rhoda, SFS, 18:29; 9, Samual Hsiao, ICS-U, 18:40; 10, Kevin Chun, SIS, 18:41GirlsSeoul Foreign 15, Seoul International 50Seoul Foreign 23, International Christian-Uijongbu 38International Christian-Uijongbu 27, Seoul International 291, Hannah Madden, SFS, 21 minutes, 0 seconds; 2, Julia Byun, ICS-U, 21:35; 3, Gloria Kim, ICS-U, 22:40; 4, Samantha Kim, SFS, 22:58; 5, Skye Chung, SFS, 23:02; 6, Maddie Craig, SFS, 23:19; 7, Julie Aulbach, SFS, 23:23; 8, Ulian Shena, SFS, 23:26; 9, Jeong-A Choi, SFS, 23:53; 10, Jasmine Park, SIS, 24:01

At Namsan Park, Seoul, 3.1-mile courseBoysYongsan International-Seoul 19, Gyeonggi Suwon International 40Yongsan International-Seoul 17, Osan American 44Yongsan International-Seoul 19, Taejon Christian International 39Korea International 20, Gyeonggi Suwon International 40Korea International 17, Osan American 40Korea International 21, Taejon Christian International 38Seoul American 24, Gyeonggi Suwon International 32Seoul American 20, Osan American 38Seoul American 23, Taejon Christian International 33Gyeonggi Suwon International 23, Korea Kent Foreign incomplete teamOsan American 23, Korea Kent Foreign incomplete teamTaejon Christian International 21, Korea Kent Foreign incomplete team1, Roland Umoru, YIS-S, 17 minutes, 15 seconds; 2, Joel Navam, GSIS, 17:32; 3, Kyu Park, KIS, 17:53; 4, Charity Sechabe, YIS-S, 18:08; 5, Ryan Parker, SAHS, 18:09; 6, Austin Midkiff, TCIS, 18:37; 7, Sunha Park, KIS, 18:41; 8, Alex Kim, KIS, 18:46; 9, Lester Choi, YIS-S, 18:52; 10, Stephen Corlew, Osan, 18:54GirlsYongsan International-Seoul 15, Gyeonggi Suwon International incomplete teamYongsan International-Seoul 19, Osan American incomplete teamYongsan International-Seoul 15, Taejon Christian International 50Korea International 15, Gyeonggi Suwon International incomplete teamKorea International 19, Osan American incomplete teamKorea International 15, Taejon Christian International 50Seoul American 15, Gyeonggi Suwon International incomplete teamSeoul American 15, Osan American incomplete teamSeoul American 15, Taejon Christian International 50Taejon Christian International 15, Korea Kent Foreign incomplete team1, Amanda Henderson, SAHS, 19 minutes, 56 seconds (Pacific’s fastest time of the season); 2, Monica Paulk, SAHS, 21:40; 3, Sophia Yu, KIS, 21:59; 4, Yoli Rodriguiz, SAHS, 22:02; 5, Stephanie Wentzel, SAHS, 22:17; 6, Kimmie Casto, YIS-S, 22:19; 7, Serena Fontenot, SAHS, 22:37; 8, Nicole Solmonson, Osan, 22:44; 9, Seohyun Kim, KIS, 22:51; 10, Jennifer Chan, SAHS, 23:13

JapanSaturday’s resultsKanto Plain Association of Secondary SchoolsCross-country Finals and Invitational MeetAt Tama Hills Recreation Center, Tokyo, 2.9-mile boys course, 2.1-mile girls courseBoysYokota 24, Nile C. Kinnick 31Kanto finals1, American School In Japan, 29; 2, St. Mary’s International, 67; 3, Christian Academy Japan, 92; 4, Yokohama International, 102; 5, Nile C. Kinnick, 133; 6, St. Maur International, 135; 7, Yokota, 137; 8, Zama American, incomplete teamKanto invitational1, American School In Japan, 29; 2, St. Mary’s International, 72; 3, Christian Academy Japan, 102; 4, Yokohama International, 126; 5, St. Maur International, 154; 6, Nile C. Kinnick, 155; 7, Yokota, 162; 8, Robert D. Edgren, 172; 9, E.J. King, 174; 10, Zama American, Matthew C. Perry and Senri Osaka International, incomplete teams1, Daniel Buckley, YIS, 15 minutes, 43.5 seconds; 2, Trevor Maggart, ASIJ, 15:46.3; 3, George Dornbach, ASIJ, 15:47.1; 4, Masanari Yoshida, St. Mary’s, 15:47.8; 5, Koh Terai, St. Mary’s, 15:52.5; 6, Robert Beard, Kinnick, 16:02.8; 7, Jeremy Proctor, ASIJ, 16:05.1; 8, Kai Layden, ASIJ, 16:10.8; 9, Brooks Cannell, ASIJ, 16:14.1; 10, Kento Reynolds, EJK, 16:24.3GirlsSeisen International 17, International School of the Sacred Heart 45Nile C. Kinnick 25, Yokota 31International School of the Sacred Heart 21, Yokota 35International School of the Sacred Heart 16, St. Maur International 45International School of the Sacred Heart 15, Zama American incomplete teamKanto finals1, Seisen International, 36; 2, American School In Japan, 37; 3, International School of the Sacred Heart, 108; 4, Nile C. Kinnick, 116; 5, Christian Academy Japan, 116; 6, Yokota, 135; 7, St. Maur International, 184; 8, Yokohama International, 222; 9, Zama American, incomplete teamKanto invitational1, Seisen International, 36; 2, American School In Japan, 37; 3, International School of the Sacred Heart, 116; 4, Nile C. Kinnick, 128; 5, Christian Academy Japan, 136; 6, Yokota, 149; 7, Robert D. Edgren, 189; 8, E.J. King, 206; 9, St. Maur International, 224; 10, Matthew C. Perry, 257; 11, Yokohama International, 285; 12, Zama American and Senri Osaka International, incomplete teams1, Fumi Kurihara, Seisen, 13 minutes, 33.8 seconds; 2, Marika Fujisaki, SOIS, 14:02.1; 3, Bessie Noll, ASIJ, 14:06.3; 4, Lisa Kwak, Seisen, 14:08.4; 5, Aki Bowers, ASIJ, 14:09.2; 6, Theresa Kern, Seisen, 14:10.5; 7, Carydaliz Fontanez, Kinnick, 14:21.2; 8, Michelle Stolle, ASIJ, 14:23.6; 9, Charlotte Uden, ISSH, 14:32.5; 10, Runa Suzuki, CAJ, 14:33.3

TennisSouth KoreaSaturday’s resultsAt SeoulBoysSeoul Foreign 5, Gyeonggi Suwon International 0SinglesJeffrey Kim def. Andy Kim 8-0; SeonWoo Kim def. J.H. Hyun 8-5; Tommy Kim def. Daniel Lee 8-1DoublesRyan Yi and Andy Lee def. Ron Kim and Mike Lee 8-0; Edward Massaut and Robin Lee def. Sam Kim and Daniel Lee 8-1GirlsSeoul Foreign 5, Gyeonggi Suwon International 0SinglesMichelle Richardson def. Stephanie Oh 8-0; Su Ying Chang def. Hannah Kim 8-0; Eunice Chang def. Michelle Kim 8-0DoublesCaroline Kim and Lauren Kim def. Rachel Kim and Kate Park 8-0; Jenny Choi and Sarah Kim by walkover

JapanSaturday’s resultsAt TokyoGirlsSeisen International 4, Christian Academy Japan 1SinglesRisako Takatsuki, Seisen, def. Cindy Sawada 6-2, 7-5; Hanako Zhang, Seisen, def. Grace Charley 7-5, 6-0; Miyu Hayashi, CAJ, def. Sarah Torio 7-5, 5-7, 6-3DoublesAnne Mance and Mano Nakamura, Seisen, def. Hee Yung Woo and Sol Lee 6-4, 6-2; Ayasha Trout and Aki Yasuda, Seisen, def. Azusa Yamamoto and Ai Nitti 7-6, 6-1

Boys volleyballSouth KoreaSaturday’s summariesAt Osan Air BaseOsan American def. Seoul American 25-27, 25-19, 27-25, 25-20Spike kills — SAHS, Quintin Wilde 6, Taewoo Lee 6.

At SeoulSeoul Foreign def. Gyeonggi Suwon International 19-25, 25-18, 25-16, 25-18Spike kills — SFS, Max Sothmann 20 (career best), Josh Everett 13. Noteworthy — Victorious Crusaders end Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Division I regular season 12-2.

At PangyoDaegu American def. Korea International 25-17, 13-25, 26-24, 25-16Defensive digs — Daegu, Ashley Combs 9, Sam Oh 6, Preston Sciria 5.

At Camp Red CloudInternational Christian-Uijongbu def. Korea Kent Foreign 25-16, 25-4, 25-14Spike kills — ICS-U, Levi Miller 6 in 11 attempts. Service aces — ICS-U, John Gang 11. Set assists — ICS-U, Gang 9.

Friday’s summariesAt SeoulSeoul Foreign def. Yongsan International 25-22, 17-25, 25-20, 22-25, 15-8Spike kills — SFS, Max Sothmann 18, Charles Shyn 10, Zack Blaker 7. Service aces — SFS, Shyn 5.

At SeongnamDaegu American def. Seoul International 25-22, 21-25, 25-16, 25-16Spike kills — Daegu, Sam Oh 13, Ashley Combs 7, Josh Oh 6. Defensive digs — Daegu, Combs 9, S.Oh 7, Adam Locke 7.

Girls volleyballSouth KoreaSaturday’s summariesAt SeongnamTaejon Christian International def. Seoul International 25-11, 25-20, 25-18Spike kills — TCIS, Alex Zickefoose 13 in 17 attempts. Set assists — TCIS, Christina Yoo 22.

At Osan Air BaseSeoul American def. Osan American 25-12, 25-22, 25-14Spike kills — SAHS, Tammy Garman 13 in 29 attempts, Hannah Swafford 8 in 17 attempts. Defensive digs — SAHS, Swafford 5. Set assists — SAHS, Tiffaney Mitchell 26.

Friday’s summaryAt SuweonSeoul American def. Gyeonngi Suwon International 25-9, 25-15, 25-15Spike kills — SAHS, Tammy Garman 11 in 23 attempts. Block points — SAHS, Garman 4. Set assists — SAHS, Tiffaney Mitchell 17.

JapanSaturday’s summaryAt Misawa Air BaseYokota def. Robert D. Edgren 25-23, 25-23, 25-21Spike kills — Yokota, Kathryn White 6, Sydney Glover 6. Edgren, Alexis Farrow 8, Xala Sledge 5. Defensive digs — Yokota, Rebecca Warren 5. Edgren, Keiara Davis 8, Farrow 7. Set assists — Yokota, White 8, Glover 5. Edgren, Rachel Staples 15, Julia Bergman 10.

Friday’s summaryAt Misawa Air BaseYokota def. Robert D. Edgren 26-28, 21-25, 25-13, 25-21, 15-9Spike kills — Yokota, Kathryn White 11, Sydney Glover 7. Edgren, Alexis Farrow 12, Xala Sledge 8, Natalie Gammel 6. Service aces — Yokota, Glover 8, Cora Argallon 6. Edgren, Rachel Staples 5. Defensive digs — Yokota, Rebecca Warren 10, Argallon 5, Erin May Cruz 5. Edgren, Farrow 12, Keiara Davis 8. Set assists — Yokota, Glover 13, White 10. Edgren, Staples 17, Julia Bergman 16.

CorrectionScores for girls volleyball in South Korea were incorrectly provided to Stars and Stripes. Seoul American def. Osan American 25-12, 25-22, 25-14.


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