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Seoul American's Tammy Garman goes up to block a spike by Taejon Christian International's Becca Roberts during Saturday's championship match in the Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Girls Division I Volleyball Tournament at Falcon Gym, Seoul American High School, South Post, Yongsan Garrison, South Korea. The Falcons won in four sets, giving them the KAIAC regular-season and tournament titles in coach Lori Rogers' first season.

Seoul American's Tammy Garman goes up to block a spike by Taejon Christian International's Becca Roberts during Saturday's championship match in the Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Girls Division I Volleyball Tournament at Falcon Gym, Seoul American High School, South Post, Yongsan Garrison, South Korea. The Falcons won in four sets, giving them the KAIAC regular-season and tournament titles in coach Lori Rogers' first season. (Luke Travis/special to Stars and)

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FootballDODDS Pacific Far East Football playoffsDivision ISemifinalsSaturday, Oct. 29Kubasaki 22, Seoul American 7Yokota 42, Kadena 6

ChampionshipSaturday, Nov. 12Kubasaki at Yokota, 7 p.m.

Cross countrySouth KoreaSaturday’s results2011 Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference cross-country finalsAt International Christian School-Uijongbu, 3.1-mile courseBoys1, Seoul Foreign, 37; 2, Yongsan International-Seoul, 74; 3, International Christian-Uijongbu, 91; 4, Korea International, 96; 5, Seoul American, 100; 6, Taejon Christian International, 183; 7, Gyeonggi Suwon International, 192; 8, Seoul International, 2101, Jay DeVries, ICS-U, 16 minutes, 24 seconds (ties for best in Pacific this season); 2, Roland Umoru, YIS-S, 17:19; 3, Julian Aramburi, SFS, 17:31; 4, Henry Ramsden, SFS, 17:43; 5, Mickey Kumar, ICS-U, 17:49; 6, Ryan Parker, SAHS, 17:50; 7, Joel Navam, GSIS, 18:09; 8, Owen Underwood, SFS, 18:10; 9, Daniel S. Kim, SFS, 18:14; 10, Kyu Park, KIS, 18:18; 11, Charity Sechabe, YIS-S, 18:20; 12, David Kim, ICS-U, 18:21; 13, Midas Rhoda, SFS, 18:29; 14, Sunha Park, KIS, 18:3; 15, Lester Choi, YIS-S, 18:42; 16, Alex Kim, KIS, 18:43; 17, Elijah Lee, Korea Kent Foreign, 19:01; 18, Stephen Corlew, Osan, 19:04; 19, Austin Midkiff, TCIS, 19:06; 20, Jay Park, YIS-S, 19:19Girls1, Seoul American, 25; 2, Seoul Foreign, 52; 3, Yongsan International-Seoul, 87; 4, Korea International, 104; 5, International Christian-Uijongbu, 108; 6, Seoul International, 155; 7, Taejon Christian International, 2031, Amanda Henderson, SAHS, 19 minutes, 32 seconds (Pacific’s fastest time this season); 2, Hannah Madden, SFS, 20:38; 3, Julie Byun, ICS-U, 21:22; 4, Pam Henderson, SAHS, 21:27; 5, Monica Paulk, SAHS, 21:53; 6, Skye Chung, SFS, 22:10; 7, Stephanie Wentzel, SAHS, 22:14; 8, Yoli Rodriguiz, SAHS, 22:20; 9, Kimmie Casto, YIS-S, 22:27; 10, Gloria Kim, ICS-U, 22:35; 11, Maddie Craig, SFS, 22:46; 12, Jennifer Chan, SAHS, 22:59; 13, Sophia Yu, KIS, 23:01; 14, Seohyun Kim, KIS, 23:11; 15, Julia Aulback, SFS, 23:14; 16, Jennifer Kim, YIS-S, 23:15

2011 KAIAC All-Conference teamBoysMost Valuable Runner — Jay DeVries, International Christian-UijongbuJulian Aramburi, Henry Ramsden, Midas Rhoda, Owen Underwood, Seoul Foreign; Jay DeVries, Samuel Hsiao, Mickey Kumar, International Christian-Uijongbu; Lester Choi, Charity Sechabe, Roland Umoru, Jay Park, Yongsan International-Seoul; David Neaverth, Ryan Parker, Devin Furner, Seoul American; Alex Kim, Kyu Park, Sunha Park, Korea International; Austin Midkiff, Taejon Christian International; Joel Navam, Gyeonggi Suwon International; Kevin Chun, Seoul International.GirlsMost Valuable Runner — Amanda Henderson, Seoul AmericanAmanda Henderson, Pam Henderson, Monica Paulk, Yoli Rodriguiz, Jennifer Chan, Seoul American; Hannah Madden, Lillian Sheng, Samantha Kim, Maddie Craig, Seoul Foreign; Kimmie Casto, Jennifer Kim, Yongsan International-Seoul; Julie Byun, Gloria Kim, International Christian-Uijongbu; Nicole Solmonson, Osan American; Seohun Kim, Sophia Yu, Korea International.

JapanSaturday’s resultsAt Citizens Park, Misawa, 3.1-mile course2011 DODDS Japan cross-country finalsBoys1, Matthew C. Perry, 50; 2, Yokota, 51 (higher-finishing runner); 3, Robert D. Edgren, 51; 4, E.J. King, 85; 5, Nile C. Kinnick, 99; 6, Zama American, incomplete team1, Alan Thurmond, Edgren, 18 minutes, 56.28 seconds; 2, Matthew Smith, MCP, 19:00.66; 3, Yasuki Milsop, MCP, 19:09.28; 4, Derek Hoopes, Yokota, 19:13.25; 5, Wesley Belleman, Edgren, 19:19.81; 6, Kiyoshi Reynolds, EJK, 19:25.08; 7, Daiichi Bellwood, EJK, 19:26.91; 8, Chantz Yazzie, Yokota, 19:27.28; 9, Malik Hale, MCP, 19:33.47; 10, Teejay Anderson, Edgren, 19:33.68Girls1, Yokota, 34; 2, Nile C. Kinnick, 47; 3, Robert D. Edgren, 66; 4, E.J. King, 69; 5 (tie), Matthew C. Perry and Zama American, incomplete teams.1, Carydaliz Fontanez, Kinnick, 22 minutes, 34.59 seconds; 2, Abigail Wall, Yokota, 22:34.81; 3, Madeline Cotton, Edgren, 22:36.71; 4, Alisha Dareing, Kinnick, 22:39.56; 5, Christine Madamba, Yokota, 22:49.05; 6, Mindy Adams, Yokota, 22:55.86; 7, Jessica Paluhowich, EJK, 23:17.84; 8, Shannon McAllister, Kinnick, 23:27.87; 9, Gabi Baker, Yokota, 23:35.59; 10, Taylor Rinehart, Edgren, 23:50.00

Girls volleyballSouth Korea2011 Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Girls Division I Volleyball TournamentAt Seoul American High School, South KoreaFriday’s matchesMatch 1—Gyeonggi Suwon International def. Korea International 25-17, 25-17, 25-17Match 2—Yongsan International-Seoul def. Seoul International 25-16, 25-15, 23-25, 25-8Match 3—Taejon Christian International def. Osan American 25-11, 25-19, 25-17Match 4—Seoul American def. Gyeonggi Suwon International 25-14, 25-12, 25-8Match 5—Daegu American def. Seoul Foreign 22-25, 25-21, 26-24, 25-15Match 6—Taejon Christian International def. Yongsan International-Seoul 21-25, 25-22, 25-22, 25-21Match 7—Seoul American def. Daegu American 20-25, 25-19, 22-25, 25-22, 15-13

Saturday’s matchesMatch 8—Korea Internationa def. Seoul International 25-20, 22-25, 25-22, 22-25, 15-13Match 9—Seoul Foreign def. Osan American 25-22, 25-20, 18-25, 25-20Match 10—Gyeonggi Suwon International def. Korea International 25-21, 25-12, 25-22Match 11—Yongsan International-Seoul def. Daegu American 25-18, 25-21, 25-21Match 12—Osan American def. Korea International 25-16, 25-17, 25-12Match 13—Seoul Foreign def. Gyeonggi Suwon International 25-13, 25-23, 25-14Match 14—Seoul American def. Taejon Christian International 25-20, 25-14, 19-25, 25-8

AwardsMost Valuable Player — Tammy Garman, Seoul American; Best Hitter — Tammy Garman, Seoul American; Best Server — Hannah Swafford, Seoul American; Best passer — Caroline Lee, Taejon Christian International; Best setter — Tiffaney Mitchell, Seoul American; Coach of the Year — Lori Rogers, Seoul AmericanAll-Tournament team — Garman, Mitchell, Swafford, Iliana Vega-Butler, Seoul American; Becca Roberts, Lee, Christina Yoo, Taejon Christian International; Sarah Waldrop, Jo Kim, Yongsan International-Seoul; Leanne Quizon, Daegu American; Bailey Baker, Seoul Foreign; Diane Jung, Gyeonggi Suwon International; Machala Swickard, Osan American; Rachel Lee, Korea International; Erica Han, Seoul International.All-Conference team — Garman, Mitchell, Swafford, Teslyn Foster, Seoul American; Becca Roberts, Alexandra Zickefoose, Taejon Christian International; Sarah Waldrop, Joelle Kim, Essie Pae, Yongsan International-Seoul; Leanne Quizon, Daegu American; Jaimie Kim, Seoul Foreign; Rina Morioka, Gyeonggi Suwon International; BobbyJean Hilliard, Osan American; Kiwon Nam, Korea International; Jung Soo Kim, Seoul International.

JapanSaturday’s summaryAt TokyoAmerican School In Japan def. Nile C. Kinnick 25-14, 25-21, 25-14Spike kills — Kinnick, Mashiya McKinney 7, Emily Stith 5. Defensive digs — Kinnick, Kaile Johnson 6. Set assists — Kinnick, Akemi Allan 14. Block points — Kinnick, Stith 4. Noteworthy — First loss of regular season against 22 wins for three-time Kanto Plain champion Red Devils, who are 76-2 in the regular season dating back to the start of 2009.

Boys volleyballSouth Korea2011 Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Boys Division II Volleyball TournamentAt SeoulFriday’s matchesMatch 1—Pyongtaek International Christian def. Indianhead International 25-11, 23-25, 25-20, 18-25, 16-14Match 2—Asia-Pacific International def. Korea Kent Foreign 25-16, 25-22, 25-16Match 3—International Christian-Uijongbu def. Pyongtaek International Christian 25-7, 25-22, 25-21Match 4—Centennial Christian def. Asia-Pacific International 19-25, 25-23, 25-23, 19-25, 15-10Match 5—Pyongtaek International Christian def. Korea Kent Foreign 25-16, 25-27, 26-24, 25-21Match 6—Asia-Pacific International def. Indianhead International 25-20, 12-25, 25-23, 25-20

Saturday’s matchesMatch 7—Centennial Christian def. International Christian-Uijongbu 11-25, 24-26, 25-20, 25-9, 15-12Match 8—Asia-Pacific International def. Pyongtaek International Christian 25-16, 29-27, 21-25, 23-25, 15-7Match 9—International Christian-Uijongbu def. Asia-Pacific International 25-17, 25-19, 25-22Match 10—Indianhead International def. Korea Kent Foreign 25-19, 23-25, 20-25, 25-23, 15-12Match 11—Centennial Christian def. International Christian-Uijongbu 25-19, 25-22, 25-16

AwardsMost Valuable Players — WooHyun Lee, Centennial Christian; John Gang, International Christian-Uijongbu; Best hitter — Lee, Centennial Christian; Best passer — Andrew Erne, Pyongtaek International Christian; Best server — John Gang, International Christian-Uijongbu; Best setter — Jason Kim, Centennial Christian; Team sportsmanship — Pyongtaek International Christian; Coaches of the Year — Erick Swallows, Steven Firebaugh, Centennial ChristianAll-Tournament team — Lee, Ja.Kim, Josh Kim, Pedro Cifuentes, Centennial Christian; Gang, John Ko, International Christian-Uijongbu; Nadan Cho, Asia-Pacific International; Harold Chang, Pyongtaek International Christian; Joseph Hung, Indianhead International; Hanbi Kang, Korea Kent Foreign.All-Conference team — Gang, Ko, Levi Miller, International Christian-Uijongbu; Lee, Ja.Kim, Centennial Christian; Jiwon Kim, Ricky Lee, Asia-Pacific International; Joseph Jung, Indianhead International; Sunmin Song, Pyongtaek International Christian; Hanbi Kang, Korea Kent Foreign.

WrestlingGuamSaturday’s resultsAt YigoGuam High 42, Simon Sanchez 39106 pounds — Mark Haas, GHS, by walkover; 113 — SSHS by walkover; 120 — Matt Sojo, SSHS, pin. Nathan Abrenilla; 126 — Drake Torres, SSHS, pin. Michael Garcia; 132 — Jay Ryan Jann, SSHS, pin. Gabe Bongat; 138 — Anthony Cruz, GHS, by walkover; 145 — Zo Terrazano, GHS, pin. Jonathan Tamashiro; 152 — Jonah Tamashiro, SSHS, pin. Brendan Moore; 160 — Vince Charfauros, SSHS, pin. Mason Ludwig; 170 — Brandon Saville, GHS, by walkover; 182 — Gabriel Paulino, GHS, pin. Alfred Simpao; 195 — Ian Hansen, GHS, by walkover; 220 — Kind Smith, GHS, by walkover; Heavyweight — Pele Smau, SSHS, pin. Daniel Costello


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