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Zama’s boys No. 1 singles seed Liam Hunter beat Nile C. Kinnick’s Sam Rexrode 8-5 during Saturday’s matches at Yokosuka Naval Base.
Zama’s boys No. 1 singles seed Liam Hunter beat Nile C. Kinnick’s Sam Rexrode 8-5 during Saturday’s matches at Yokosuka Naval Base. (Zama tennis)

High school

Cross country

South Korea

Saturday at Camp Walker

(3.12-mile course)

Boys

Humphreys 15, Osan 59, Daegu incomplete

1, Ta’Quan Townsend, Humphreys, 18 minutes, 16 seconds; 2, Jax Watson, Humphreys, 18:42; 3, Ricky Bell, Humphreys, 18:47; 4, Derek Snyder, Humphreys, 18:53; 5, Garret Smith, Humphreys, 19:14; 6, Andrew Wahlgren, Humphreys, 19:17; 7, Caleb Tolbert, Humphreys, 19:27; 8, Joshua Newson, Humphreys, 19:48; 9, Isaac Brown, Humphreys, 19:52; 10, Seth Peters, Daegu, 20:33.

Girls

Humphreys 25, Osan 30, Daegu incomplete

1, Deborah Colburn, Humphreys, 21 minutes, 44 seconds; 2, Hanna Chung, Humphreys, 22:15; 3, Grace Dermody, Humphreys, 24:11; 4, Chloe Weatherwax, Osan, 24:40; 5, Hannah Clites, Humphreys, 24:44; 6, Zsa Zsa LeBlanc, Osan, 24:52; 7, Lina Kim, Humphreys, 25:08; 8, Riley Hunt, Osan, 25:35; 9, Elizabeth Hansen, Daegu, 26:59; 10, Maisie Watson, Humphreys, 27:56.

Japan

Saturday at Misawa Air Base

(3.12-mile course)

Boys

Yokota 17, Robert D. Edgren 49, Zama 65

1, William “Tate” Rannow, Yokota, 17 minutes, 39.98 seconds; 2, Macarius Bryant, Yokota, 18:41.86; 3, Marcus Woods, Yokota, 19:17.57; 4, Ryan Izaguirre, Edgren, 19:58.49; 5, Richard Scheffler, Yokota, 20:15.99; 6, Cade Kirkpatrick, Yokota, 20:21.14; 7, Atticus Gray, Yokota, 20:24.66; 8, George “Ryder” Lavine, Zama, 20:35.21; 9, Noah Henderson, Edgren, 20:39.83; 10, Thomas Ginder, Zama, 20:49.69.

Girls

Zama 22, Yokota 36, Edgren incomplete

1, Morgan Erler, Edgren, 19 minutes, 55.14 seconds; 2, Liliana Fennessey, Zama, 20:34.33; 3, Aubrey Giles, Zama, 21:08.10; 4, Aiko Galvin, Yokota, 21:36.14; 5, Sakura Lopez, Zama, 23:13.22; 6, Gwyneth O’Connell, Edgren, 23:29.60; 7, Taryn McBrayer, Yokota, 23:41.99; 8, Hazel Gray, Yokota, 23:44.60; 9, Sydney Steele Flores, Zama, 23:45.61; 10, Mia Perusich, Zama, 24:21.63.

Saturday at Kizuna Park, Iwakuni

(3.12-mile course)

Boys

Nile C. Kinnick 17, Matthew C. Perry 55, E.J. King 67

1, Austin Shinzato, Kinnick, 16 minutes, 16 seconds; 2, Logan Hamilton, Kinnick, 17:43; 3, Soul Vessels, Kinnick, 18:10; 4, Jon Shaver, Perry, 18:36; 5, Freddy Vences, Kinnick, 18:37; 6, Eli Aquil, Kinnick, 18:52; 7, Chris Lardner, Kinnick, 18:59; 8, Bradon Forward, Kinnick, 19:05; 9, Bennett Schmid, Kinnick, 19:16; 10, Patrick Brooks, Kinnick, 19:25. Noteworthy — Shinzato broke the course record of 16:29 set in 2019 by L.J. Scarver of E.J. King.

Girls

Kinnick 15, Perry 50, King incomplete

1, Clare Herring, Kinnick, 20 minutes, 5 seconds; 2, Fernanda Diaz, King, 20:36; 3, Ilithya Zhunepluas, Kinnick, 21:11; 4, Hailey Ferris, Kinnick, 22:08; 5, Tina Martin, Kinnick, 22:11; 6, Mila Cabradilla, Kinnick, 22:35; 7, Claire Bogen, Kinnick, 22:36; 8, Mia Bartram, Kinnick, 22:58; 9, Ariana Atoigue, Kinnick, 23:33; 10, Jasmine Williams, Kinnick, 24:06.

Zama’s girls No. 2 singles seed Caella Bolin defeated Nile C. Kinnick’s Hana Nguyen 8-5 during Saturday’s matches at Yokosuka Naval Base.
Zama’s girls No. 2 singles seed Caella Bolin defeated Nile C. Kinnick’s Hana Nguyen 8-5 during Saturday’s matches at Yokosuka Naval Base. (Zama tennis)

Tennis

South Korea

Saturday at Camp Humphreys

Boys

Humphreys 5, Daegu 0

Singles — Sean Choo def. Daniel Son 8-3, Joon Flanery def. Stephen Jones 8-2, Elliott Lee def. Jason Won 8-2. Doubles — Minchan Kim and William Lee def. Colby Gamez and Dean Lentz 8-2, Matthew Colburn and Beckam Clites def. Christpher Garcia and Kaelah Book 8-1.

Girls

Daegu 3, Humphreys 2

Singles — Michelle Yoo, Daegu, def. Adeline Kim 8-1; Ella Sims, Daegu, def. Erin Ji 8-2; Emma Sims, Daegu, def. Kaylee Yoo 8-1. Doubles — Elizabeth Brown and Grace Son, Humphreys, def. Samantha Jones and Nina McGrath 8-3; Alice Kim and Jenna Reynolds, Humphreys, def. Dreycel Furman and Seunglee Davis 8-3.

Humphreys' Elliott Lee smacks a forehand return during his 8-2 win over Daegu's Jason Woo during Saturday's Korea  tennis matches.
Humphreys' Elliott Lee smacks a forehand return during his 8-2 win over Daegu's Jason Woo during Saturday's Korea tennis matches. (Matthew Ahn/Special to Stripes)

Japan

Friday and Saturday at Sasebo Naval Base

Boys

King 6, Perry 2

Singles — Kouta Kodama, King, def. Joshua Blanquisco 6-1; Kaito Bergman, King, def. Darren Matel 6-0; Patrick Humbrecht, King, def. Max Bailey 6-4; Joseph Barrett, King, def. Kainlau Shiraishi 7-6 (7-4); Layne Mayer, Perry, def. David Axsom 6-2. Doubles — Kodama-Bergman def. Blanquisco-Matel 6-0; Humbrecht-Barrett def. Cobb-Bailey 6-3; Shiraishi-Mayer def. Diaz-Axsom 6-2.

Girls

King 8, Perry 0

Singles — Moa Best def. Julie Apperson 6-2, Miu Best def. Nina Altig 6-0, Ayana Lonesky def. Cecilia Campbell 6-1, Alyssa Garcia def. Apache Khan 6-2, Chelsea Siak def. Maria Alvarez 6-2. Doubles — Best-Best def. Apperson-Altig 6-1, Lonesky-Garcia def. Khan-Campbell 7-6 (tiebreak score unavailable), Saik-Goleman def. Apperson-Alvarez 6-2.

Saturday at Yokosuka Naval Base

Boys

Kinnick 5, Zama 2

Singles — Liam Hunter, Zama, def. Sam Rexrode 8-5; Connor Eslich, Kinnick, def. Gabe Rayos 8-3; Luis Galloway, Kinnick, def. Shad Shiozawa 8-5; Kai Fredendall, Zama, def. Joshua Yang 9-8 (9-7); Tony DeLeon, Kinnick, def. Max Brodsky 8-6. Doubles — Rexrode-Galloway def. Hunter-Rayos 9-8 (7-2); Eslich-DeLeon def. Fredendall-Shiozawa 9-7.

Girls

Kinnick 4, Zama 3

Singles — Hannah Yi, Kinnick, def. Pulani Tremel 8-3; Caella Bolin, Zama, def. Hana Nguyen 8-5; Aeryn Hensel, Zama, def. Qiana Fowler 8-5; Emily Paul, Kinnick, def. Kylah Samuelson 8-2; Alice Troutman, Kinnick, def. Annalise Ochner 8-1. Doubles — Tremel-Hensel def. Yi-Donna Manson 8-5; Aiisha Lashley and Alice Walker, Kinnick, def. Bolin-Samuelson 8-1.

Zama's Erika Farley spikes through the double block of Nile C. Kinnick's Kathryn Withers and Millie Howell during Saturday's match. The Trojans won in five sets.
Zama's Erika Farley spikes through the double block of Nile C. Kinnick's Kathryn Withers and Millie Howell during Saturday's match. The Trojans won in five sets. (Zama volleyball)

Volleyball

Girls

South Korea

Osan def. Daegu 25-7, 21-25, 25-23, 25-7

Saturday at Camp Walker

Kills — Cougars: Shaylee Ungos 7 in 22 attempts. Aces — Cougars: Ungos 9, Margaux Edquid 5. Digs — Cougars: Edquid 20, Ungos 15, Aysha Craft 15. Assists — Cougars: Angela Serrano 24.

Japan

King def. Perry 25-10, 25-2, 25-17

Saturday at Sasebo Naval Base

Kills — Cobras: Madylyn O’Neill 11, Hanna O’Mara 8, Kathryn Kindt 7. Aces — Cobras: Jemylyn Nocon 8, O’Mara 5, O’Neill 5. Assists — Samurai: Chelsea Campbell 8. Noteworthy — Cobras improved to 11-0. For the three matches over the weekend, O’Neill had 31 kills, Kindt 18 and O’Mara 14.

Edgren def. Yokota 25-9, 25-16, 25-17

Saturday at Yokota Air Base

Kills — Eagles: Elizabeth Johnson 14. Assists — Eagles: Alanna Sanchez 8, Samara Whitmore 8. Noteworthy — Eagles improved to 12-0.

Zama def. Kinnick 25-21, 19-25, 25-13, 19-25, 15-11

Saturday at Camp Zama

Kills — Red Devils: Angelica Rogers 5. Aces — Trojans: Remi Sherratt 13, Emma Sakamoto-Flack 7, Ameera Trady 6; Red Devils: Jenna Reyes 7. Assists — Trojans: Irulan Hirata 8; Red Devils: Lora Eubanks 6. Block points — Trojans: Kaitlyn McAbee 6; Red Devils: Cierra San Nicolas 3. Digs — Red Devils: Bree Withers 5.

Boys

South Korea

Osan def. Daegu 25 18, 25-21, 25-11

Saturday at Camp Walker

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