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Senior Hanna O’Mara and E.J. King improved to 14-0 without losing a set after three victories over the weekend against Matthew C. Perry. The two teams will join unbeaten Robert D. Edgren (12-0) in a neutral-site DODEA-Japan competition next weekend at Camp Zama.
Senior Hanna O’Mara and E.J. King improved to 14-0 without losing a set after three victories over the weekend against Matthew C. Perry. The two teams will join unbeaten Robert D. Edgren (12-0) in a neutral-site DODEA-Japan competition next weekend at Camp Zama. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

High school

Cross country

Okinawa

Friday at Camp Foster

(3.12-mile course)

Friday at Kishaba Housing Area, Camp Foster, 3.12-mile course

Boys

Kadena 23, Kubasaki 42

1, Cullen Oglesbee, Kadena, 16 minutes, 54 seconds; 2, Robert Oboza, Kubasaki, 18:15; 3, Joseph Dluzeski, Kadena, 18:20; 4, David Franko, Kubasaki, 18:21; 5, Joshua Corrado, Kadena, 18:42; 6, Tuck Renquist, Kadena, 18:56; 7, Eamon Challinor, Kadena, 19:29; 8, Nathan Rowberry, Kadena, 19:41; 9, Thomas Hines, Kubasaki, 19:51; 10, Allen Madlener, Kadena, 19:52.

Girls

Kadena 24, Kubasaki 31

1, Makayla Saeteurn, Kubasaki, 20:19; 2, Karise Johnson, Kadena, 20:48; 3, Jolyn Botes, Kadena, 21:15; 4, Sara Corrado, Kadena, 22:31; 5, Nicole Colling, Kubasaki, 23:49; 6, Katie Miller, Kadena, 25:11; 7, Jamie Konik, Kubasaki, 25:53; 8, Reighlyn Kissick, Kubasaki, 26:32; 9, Olivia Shuler, Kadena, 26:47; 10, Amelie Rodriguez, Kubasaki, 27:15.

Tennis

Japan

Friday and Saturday at Nimitz Park, Sasebo

Boys

E.J. King 5, Matthew C. Perry 3

Singles — Kouta Kodama, King, def. Joshua Blanquisco 6-0; Kaito Bergman, King, def. Darren Matel 6-2; Patrick Humbrecht, King, def. Max Bailey 6-3; Kainalu Shiraishi, Perry, def. Joseph Barrett 6-4; Layne Miller, Perry, def. Jeandre Navarro 6-2. Doubles — Kodama-Bergman def. Blanquisco-Shiraishi 6-0; Humbrecht-Barrett def. Matel-Mayer 6-4; Bailey and Cobb, Perry, def. Diaz and Navarro 6-4.

Girls

E.J. King 5, Matthew C. Perry 3

Singles — Moa Best, King, def. Nina Altig 6-1; Miu Best, King, def. Julie Apperson 6-3; Cecilia Campbell, Perry, def. Ayana Lonesky 6-4; Alyssa Garcia, King, def. Sera Shimakura 6-4; Apache Kahn, Perry, def. Luna Goleman 6-4. Doubles — Best-Best def. Apperson-Alig 6-2; Lonesky-Garcia def. Kahn-Campbell 6-4; Hewitt and Campbell, Perry, def. Saik and Goleman 6-3.

Volleyball

Girls

Japan

Friday and Saturday at Sasebo Naval Base

King def. Perry 25-14, 25-10, 25-16

King def. Perry 25-8, 25-17, 25-12

King def. Perry 25-8, 25-15, 25-12

Noteworthy — For the weekend, Madylyn O’Neill had 23 kills, Hanna O’Mara 11 kills and 17 aces, Aileen Fitzgerald 11 aces and Mali Schinker 12 aces and 10 kills for the Cobras. King improved to 14-0 on the season without dropping a set in its final tune-up before next weekend’s showdown with fellow unbeaten Robert D. Edgren. In the last match, Chelsea Campbell had eight assists and three block points for the Samurai, who will join the Cobras and Eagles at Camp Zama.

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