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Nile C. Kinnick Red Devils middle blocker Mashiya McKinney tries to spike through the block of senior Ashley Rock of the E.J. King Cobras during Saturday's championship match in the 2011 DODDS Japan Girls Volleyball Tournament at Nile C. Kinnick High School, Japan. Kinnick won 24-26, 25-16, 25-13, 25-9.

Nile C. Kinnick Red Devils middle blocker Mashiya McKinney tries to spike through the block of senior Ashley Rock of the E.J. King Cobras during Saturday's championship match in the 2011 DODDS Japan Girls Volleyball Tournament at Nile C. Kinnick High School, Japan. Kinnick won 24-26, 25-16, 25-13, 25-9. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Nile C. Kinnick Red Devils middle blocker Mashiya McKinney tries to spike through the block of senior Ashley Rock of the E.J. King Cobras during Saturday's championship match in the 2011 DODDS Japan Girls Volleyball Tournament at Nile C. Kinnick High School, Japan. Kinnick won 24-26, 25-16, 25-13, 25-9.

Nile C. Kinnick Red Devils middle blocker Mashiya McKinney tries to spike through the block of senior Ashley Rock of the E.J. King Cobras during Saturday's championship match in the 2011 DODDS Japan Girls Volleyball Tournament at Nile C. Kinnick High School, Japan. Kinnick won 24-26, 25-16, 25-13, 25-9. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

E.J. King Cobras senior outside hitter Sarah Fitzwater blocks a Yokota Panthers shot during Saturday's semifinal match in the 2011 DODDS Japan Girls Volleyball Tournament at Nile C. Kinnick High School, Japan. The Cobras won 25-13, 25-17, 25-13, but lost in the championship to Nile C. Kinnick 24-26, 25-16, 25-13, 25-9.

E.J. King Cobras senior outside hitter Sarah Fitzwater blocks a Yokota Panthers shot during Saturday's semifinal match in the 2011 DODDS Japan Girls Volleyball Tournament at Nile C. Kinnick High School, Japan. The Cobras won 25-13, 25-17, 25-13, but lost in the championship to Nile C. Kinnick 24-26, 25-16, 25-13, 25-9. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Yokota Panthers No. 1 single seed Arlo Taylor returns a backhand against Matthew C. Perry's Sam Cadavos during Friday's championship match in the 2011 DODDS Japan Tournament at Yokota High School, Japan. Cadavos was leading 6-3, 2-1 when play was suspended by rain and was awarded the provisional tournament title.

Yokota Panthers No. 1 single seed Arlo Taylor returns a backhand against Matthew C. Perry's Sam Cadavos during Friday's championship match in the 2011 DODDS Japan Tournament at Yokota High School, Japan. Cadavos was leading 6-3, 2-1 when play was suspended by rain and was awarded the provisional tournament title. (Anju Yamanaka/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Matthew C. Perry Samurai's No. 1 singles seed Sam Cadavos prepares a forehand return against Yokota Panthers No. 1 single seed Arlo Taylor during Friday's championship match in the 2011 DODDS Japan Tournament at Yokota High School, Japan. Cadavos was leading 6-3, 2-1 when play was suspended by rain and was awarded the provisional tournament title.

Matthew C. Perry Samurai's No. 1 singles seed Sam Cadavos prepares a forehand return against Yokota Panthers No. 1 single seed Arlo Taylor during Friday's championship match in the 2011 DODDS Japan Tournament at Yokota High School, Japan. Cadavos was leading 6-3, 2-1 when play was suspended by rain and was awarded the provisional tournament title. (Anju Yamanaka/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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FootballOkinawaSaturday, Oct. 22Kubasaki 33, Singapore Falcons 0

GuamIndependent Interscholastic Athletic Association of GuamInterscholastic Football LeagueSaturday, Oct. 22Third-place gameSimon Sanchez 8, Okkodo 6ChampionshipGeorge Washington 14, Guam High 0

Cross countryJapanSaturday’s resultsAt Lake Isanoura, Sasebo, 3.1-mile courseBoys1, E.J. King, 37 (higher individual finish); 2, Robert D. Edgren, 37; 3, Matthew C. Perry, 471, Kento Reynolds, EJK, 17 minutes, 28 seconds; 2, Alan Thurmond, Edgren, 18:11; 3, Yasuki Milsop, MCP, 18:14; 4, Wesley Belleman, Edgren, 18:15; 5, Kiyoshi Reynolds, EJK, 18:16; 6, Matthew Smith, MCP, 18:39; 7, Daiichi Bellwood, EJK, 18:40; 8, Teejay Adamson, Edgren, 19:14; 9, Kyle Gilmer, MCP, 19:33; 10, Steven Ball, EJK, 19:48Girls1, Robert D. Edgren, 31; 2, E.J. King, 40; 3, Matthew C. Perry, 491, Madeline Cotton, Edgren, 21 minutes, 45 seconds; 2, Taylor Rinehart, Edgren, 22:15; 3, Jessica Poluhowich, EJK, 22:29; 4, Rachel Poluhowich, EJK, 22:44; 5, Jordan Schwartz, Edgren, 23:14; 6, Martisha Owens, EJK, 23:17; 7, Alexandra Saunders, MCP, 23:20; 8, Elaine Cotton, Edgren, 23:37; 9, Lexie Krenek, MCP, 24:11; 10, Kaila Knueppel, MCP, 24:14

Girls volleyballJapanDODDS Japan Girls Volleyball TournamentAt Yokosuka Naval BaseDouble-elimination playoffsSaturday’s matchesNile C. Kinnick def. Yokjota 25-17, 25-11, 25-19E.J. King def. Matthew C. Perry 25-18, 25-17, 25-21; Matthew C. Perry takes fourth placeE.J. King def. Yokota 25-13, 25-17, 25-13; Yokota takes third placeRobert D. Edgren def. Zama American by walkover, fifth and sixth place, 11 a.m.Nile C. Kinnick def. E.J. King 24-26, 25-16, 25-13, 25-9, championship and second placeAwardsMost Valuable Player — Akemi Allan, Nile C. Kinnick; Best hitter — Ashley Rock, E.J. King; Best server — Michayla Robinson, Nile C. Kinnick; Best defender — Becca Warren, Yokota; Best blocker — Trinity Davis, Yokota; Best setter — Jerimae Capuyan, Nile C. Kinnick; Team sportsmanship award — Robert D. Edgren

All-Tournament team — Allan, Emily Stith, Mashiya McKinney, Robinson, Nile C. Kinnick; A.Rock, Katie Rock, E.J. King; Sydney Glover, Kathryn White, Yokota; Alexis Farrow, Xala Sledge, Robert D. Edgren; Courtney Beall, Matthew C. Perry; Janilla Chitamin, Zama American.

South KoreaSaturday’s summaryAt Yongsan GarrisonSeoul American def. Gyeonggi Suwon International 25-15, 25-12, 25-21Spike kills — SAHS, Tammy Garman 18 in 28 attempts, Teslyn Foster 7 in 13 attempts. Serving — SAHS, Hannah Swafford 27-for-27, 6 aces; Hannah Nelson 14-for-14. Set assists — SAHS, Nelson 25.

Friday’s summaryAt Camp GeorgeDaegu American def. Osan American 25-20, 25-14, 23-25, 25-15Spike kills—Daegu, Maleah Potts Cash 10 in 11 attempts, Kaitlyn Nott 6 in 7 attempts. Osan, Caprice Lockett 6. Block points—Daegu, Maleah Potts Cash 4. Set assists—Daegu, Michelle Quizon 11, Sarah Wright 7. Osan, Machala Swickard 7, Ceressa Swickard 6. Defensive digs—Daegu, Rachel Wyche 11, Maleah Potts Cash 9, Kaitlyn Nott 8, Walker 6, Lari Robertson 5. Osan, Caprice Lockett 8, Taylor Byrom 7, Ashley LaFortune 6.

WrestlingGuamSaturday’s resultsAt Phoenix Center, Father Duenas Memorial SchoolGuam High 48, Okkodo 18106 pounds — C.J. Quitugua, Okkodo, by walkover; 113 — Mark Haas, Guam High, pin. Peter Bermudez; 120 — Nathan Abrenilla, Guam High, by walkover; 126 — Gabriel Bongat, Guam High, by walkover; 132 — Nicolas Raval, Okkodo, pin. Ronicko Cabe; 138 — Nicholas Sabater, Guam High, by walkover; 145 — Noah Concepcion, Okkodo, pin. Coleman Nelson; 152 — Carlos Terrazano, Guam High, by walkover; 160 — Brendan Moore, Guam High, by walkover; 170 — Not contested; 182 — Not contested; 195 — Ian Hansen, Guam High, by walkover; 220 — Kind Smith, Guam High, pin. Anthony Quidachay; Heavyweight — Not contested

Boys soccerGuamSaturday’s summaryAt Agana HeightsNotre Dame 5, Guam High 0

TennisSouth KoreaSaturday’s resultsAt Yongsan GarrisonBoysSeoul American 5, Gyeonggi Suwon International 0SinglesRussell Midomaru def. J.H. Hyun 8-2; Jay Han def. Daniel Lee 8-2; Chris Horton def. Mike Lee 8-3DoublesAndrew Clark and Ronald Midomaru def. Daniel Lee and Ron Kim 8-0; Adam Yi and C.J. Mitchell def. Sam Kim and Daniel Choi 8-1GirlsSeoul American 5, Gyeonggi Suwon International 0SinglesSherie Yoon def. Stephanie Ott 8-0; Ashley Cho def. Hannah Kim 8-2; Jenny Han def. Michelle Kim 8-3DoublesCarson Allen and Laura Yeom def. Rachel Kim and Katelyn Park 8-5; Grace Kim and Natasha Parker by walkover

Boys volleyballSouth KoreaSaturday’s summariesAt Yongsan GarrisonGyeonggi Suwon International def. Seoul American 22-25, 21-25, 25-21, 25-22, 15-9 Spike kills—SAHS, Richard Hatfield 10, Joshua Chung 7, Quintin Wilde 6.

At SeoulInternational Christian-Uijongbu def. Asia-Pacific International 25-14, 29-27, 25-19Spike kills — ICS-U, John Gang 11 in 25 attempts, Levi Miller 7 in 21 attempts. Service aces — ICS-U, Gang 5. Block points — ICS-U, John Ko 3. Defensive digs — ICS-U, ByungKwon Lee 6. Set assists — ICS-U, SungGuk Lee 12. Noteworthy — Eagles finish Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Division II season 10-0 with a 30-5 set record, 12-0 overall with a 36-5 set record. Senior John Gang set school records for spike kills (89), service aces (77) and set assists (112). Junior Levi Miller set school record for serve percentage, 155-for-161, 96.3 percent.


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