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Kadena’s Marina Sawyer drives a spike past Kubasaki’s Alice Baron during Tuesday’s Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons won in straight sets.
Kadena’s Marina Sawyer drives a spike past Kubasaki’s Alice Baron during Tuesday’s Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons won in straight sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

High school

Golf

South Korea

Wednesday at Camp Walker

(Match play, white tees, 5,020 yards, par 72)

Boys

Group 1 — Julian Bourne, Humphreys, def. Dylan Watson, Daegu, and Jaelon Finney, Osan, 9 and 8; Group 2 — Trevor Yi, Humphreys, def. David Clark, Osan, 10 and 8; Group 3 — Brandon Borelli, Humphreys, def. Joseph Koo, Osan, 10 and 8; Group 4 — Duncan Pickering, Humphreys, def. Noah Hobach, Osan, 10 and 8.

Girls

Group 1 — Anna Hager, Daegu, def. Natalie Patton, Humphreys, and Jazmyne Villagomez, Osan, 6 and 3; Group 2 — Margaret Hager, Daegu, def. Marlena Robinson, Humphreys, and Grace Park, Osan, 5 and 2; Group 3 — Ava Sims, Daegu, def. Miranda Surrett, Humphreys, and Maui Marquez, Osan, 5 and 3; Group 4 — Emily Hager, Daegu, def. Claire Campbell, Humphreys, 5 and 4.

Kubasaki's Emma Leggio drills a spike through the double block of Kadena's Presley Pearce and Morgan Sayers during Thursday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons won in straight sets, improving to 8-0 this season against the Panthers without dropping a set.
Kubasaki's Emma Leggio drills a spike through the double block of Kadena's Presley Pearce and Morgan Sayers during Thursday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons won in straight sets, improving to 8-0 this season against the Panthers without dropping a set. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Cross country

Guam

Thursday at Tamuning

(3.12-mile course)

Boys

Guam High 15, Father Duenas 50

1, Alex Rink, GHS, 20 minutes, 10 seconds; 2, Ronan Perry, GHS, 20:25; 3, Trayton Crandel, GHS, 20:27; 4, Mitchell Westlund, GHS, 21:10; 5, Sean Muller, GHS, 21:26; 6, Yadiel Figueroa, GHS, 21:43; 7, Hunter Zinz, GHS, 21:44; 8, Judah Alcantara, GHS, 22:26; 9, Francis Pastones, FDMS, 22:46; 10, Bas Schils, FDMS, 23:10.

Girls

Guam 15, Academy of Our Lady 47

1, Keira Paz, Guam High, 23 minutes, 49 seconds; 2, Avrie Farrington, GHS, 25:20; 3, Kaila Castro, GHS, 28:55; 4, Genevieve Nelson, GHS, 29:44; 5, Rebekah Stringham, GHS, 29:45; 6, Sascha Horn, GHS, 29:51; 7, Nierra Ubaldo, AOLG, 30:27; 8, Lola Martin, AOLG, 30:38; 9, Taylor Santos, AOLG, 30:40; 10, Catalina Perez, GHS, 30:55.

Kubasaki's Sophia Grubbs spikes against Kadena's Marina Sawyer during Thursday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons won in straight sets, improving to 8-0 against the Panthers this season.
Kubasaki's Sophia Grubbs spikes against Kadena's Marina Sawyer during Thursday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons won in straight sets, improving to 8-0 against the Panthers this season. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Megan Fife hits an overhead smash during Wednesday's Okinawa tennis matches. Fife and teammate Elizabeth Cheramie beat Kubasaki's Lillian Law and Faith Reilly 8-6.
Kadena's Megan Fife hits an overhead smash during Wednesday's Okinawa tennis matches. Fife and teammate Elizabeth Cheramie beat Kubasaki's Lillian Law and Faith Reilly 8-6. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Tennis

South Korea

Wednesday at Camp Humphreys

Boys

Humphreys 5, Daegu 0

Singles — Sean Choo def. Daniel Son 8-2, Joon Flanery def. Jason Won 8-3, Elliott Lee def. Stephen Jones 8-6. Doubles — Minchan Kim and Matthew Ahn def. Dean Lentz and Colby Gamez 8-1, Matthew Colburn and Beau Carson def. Christoffer Garcia and Kaelan Book 8-1.

Girls

Daegu 4, Humphreys 1

Singles — Michelle Yoo, Daegu, def. Adeline Kim 9-7; Ella Sims, Daegu, def. Naomi Choi 9-7; Emma Sims, Daegu, def. Erin Ji 8-5. Doubles — Elizabeth Brown and Grace Son, Humphreys, def. Samantha Jones and Nina McGrath 8-1; Dreycel Furman and Seunglee Davis, Daegu, def. Claire Dehmer and Anna Reynolds 8-3.

Kadena's Marco Leone hits an overhead smash during Wednesday's Okinawa tennis mixed doubles matches. Leone and partner Celeste Pallares beat Kubasaki's Aidan Shaver and Victoria Lawrence 8-4.
Kadena's Marco Leone hits an overhead smash during Wednesday's Okinawa tennis mixed doubles matches. Leone and partner Celeste Pallares beat Kubasaki's Aidan Shaver and Victoria Lawrence 8-4. (Justin Saavedra/Special to Stripes)

Okinawa

Wednesday at Camp Foster

Boys

Kadena 2, Kubasaki 1

Doubles — Justin Saavedra and Evan Davis, Kadena, def. Jacy Fisk and Jaden Oshana 8-1; Nathan Asato and Iain Stanley, Kadena, def. Owen Ruksc and Cael Perry 8-2; Canaan Jones and Sam Bierman, Kubasaki, def. Joshua Wall and Micah Berry 8-6.

Girls

Kadena 3, Kubasaki 0

Doubles — Christine Ryan and Mayann Rivera def. Leanna Manuel and Nicole Fuentes 8-3, Mary Tracy and Maddie Small def. Noemi Ung and Ella Perez 8-1, Elizabeth Chermie and Megan Fife def. Lillian Law and Faith Reilly 8-1.

Mixed doubles

Kadena 2, Kubasaki 1

Marco Leone and Celeste Pallares, Kadena, def. Aidan Shaver and Victoria Lawrence 8-4; Max Lundberg and Emily Espinoza, Kubasaki, def. Steven Ryan and Ryann Berdoza 9-7; Jameson Coleman Welcon and Pallares, Kadena, def. Alex Tilly and Lawrence 9-7.

Daegu's Anna Hager lines up a putt during Wednesday's Korea golf matches. Hager won her three-player group 6 and 3 and the Warriors as a team won all four groups.
Daegu's Anna Hager lines up a putt during Wednesday's Korea golf matches. Hager won her three-player group 6 and 3 and the Warriors as a team won all four groups. (Daegu golf)

Japan

Wednesday at Tokyo

Girls

Seisen 5, Yokota 0

Singles — Isha Kumar def. Karina Morioka 8-0, Emilie Ono def. Julia Morioka 8-1, Amy Matsuzaki def. Arisa Souza 8-0. Doubles — Myra Brooks and Dain Lee def. Morioka-Morioka 8-2, Jiyu Kim and Mia Akai def. Melia Okamoto and Kylene Gross 8-2. Noteworthy — Since the coronavirus pandemic began, this was the first off-post competition between a DODEA-Japan school and a Kanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools international-school team.

Tuesday at Camp Zama

Boys

Nile C. Kinnick 4, Zama 2

Singles — Liam Hunter, Zama, def. Sam Rexrode 8-5; Connor Eslich, Kinnick, def. Gabe Rayos 9-7; Luis Galloway, Kinnick, def. Shad Shiozawa 8-2; Joshua Yang, Kinnick, def. Kai Fredenhall 8-3. Doubles — Hunter-Rayos def. Rexrode-Galloway 6-4; Eslich and Tony DeLeon, Kinnick, def. Fredenhall and Max Brodsky 6-2.

Girls

Zama 3, Kinnick 3

Singles — Pulani Tremel, Zama, def. Hannah Yi 8-2; Caella Bolin, Zama, def. Donna Manson 8-5; Aeryn Hensel, Zama, def. Qiana Fowler 8-4; Emily Paul, Kinnick, def. Kylah Samuelson 8-2. Doubles — Hanna Nguyen and Alise Walker, Kinnick, def. Tremel-Hensel 7-5; Alice Troutman and Aiisha Lashley, Kinnick, def. Bolin and Annalisa Ochner 6-1.

Yokota’s Devynn Martin bumps the ball at the net as Seisen‘s Ariana Hill looks to block during Wednesday’s Kanto Plain volleyball match. The Phoenix won in straight sets.
Yokota’s Devynn Martin bumps the ball at the net as Seisen‘s Ariana Hill looks to block during Wednesday’s Kanto Plain volleyball match. The Phoenix won in straight sets. (Seisen volleyball)

Volleyball

Girls

South Korea

Humphreys def. Osan 26-24, 25-20, 23-25, 25-19

Wednesday at Osan Air Base

Kills — Blackhawks: Sabra Wrightsil 15, Madison Bridges 9, Mackensie Roche 5; Cougars: Naomi Elliott 8 in 27 attempts, Shaylee Ungos 7 in 17 attempts. Aces — Blackhawks: Bridges 5. Digs — Blackhawks: Vassilka Sigrah 19. Assists — Blackhawks: Elizabeth Troxel 34. Noteworthy — Roche and Sigrah stepped up to play key roles for the Blackhawks, who were missing three varsity players due to quarantine.

Okinawa

Kubasaki def. Kadena 25-12, 25-15, 25-16

Thursday at Kadena Air Base

Kills — Dragons: Risha McGriff 10, Sophia Grubbs 7, Emma Leggio 7, Alyssa Alvarado 7. Aces — Dragons: Annabelle Alvarado 5. Assists — Dragons: Alyssa Alvarado 21. Block points — Dragons: Alice Baron 3. Noteworthy — Dragons improved to 8-0 on the season against the Panthers without dropping a set.

Kubasaki def. Kadena 25-12, 25-11, 25-18

Tuesday at Camp Foster

Kills — Dragons: Grubbs 7, Alyssa Alvarado 6, McGriff 5, Leggio 5; Panthers: Kyleigh Wright 5. Aces — Dragons: Annabelle Alvarado 6, Leggio 5, Alyssa Alvarado 5. Assists — Dragons: Alyssa Alvarado 16, Grace Berrens 5; Panthers: Brianna Castillo 5. Block points — Panthers: Malana Williams 3, Wright 3.

Humphreys' Julian Bourne tees off on the par-3 14th hole after making a birdie on No. 13, en route to carding the 5,020-yard, par-72 Camp Walker Evergreen Course in even par during Wednesday's Korea matches.
Humphreys' Julian Bourne tees off on the par-3 14th hole after making a birdie on No. 13, en route to carding the 5,020-yard, par-72 Camp Walker Evergreen Course in even par during Wednesday's Korea matches. (Humphreys golf)

Guam

St. John’s def. Guam 24-26, 25-18, 20-25, 25-18, 15-12

Tuesday at Tamuning

Kills — Panthers: Amoni Washington 11, Kamryn Thompson 6. Aces — Panthers: Thompson 7. Digs — Panthers: Washington 21, Thompson 19, Alondra Acosta 13, Kailea Moniz 8. Block points — Panthers: Elisabelle Maratita 8, Thompson 4, Moniz 3. Noteworthy — Independent Interscholastic Athletic Association of Guam’s season began Oct. 5 after a seven-week coronavirus pandemic delay.

Japan

Seisen def. Yokota 25-5, 25-19, 25-16

Wednesday at Tokyo

Kills — Phoenix: Lisa Purcell 11, Ariana Hill 10. Aces — Phoenix: Maya Hemmi 5. Assists — Phoenix: Alice McKellin 14, Irene Chun 8. Noteworthy — Phoenix improved to 3-0 to open the season. Since the coronavirus pandemic began, this was the first off-post competition between a DODEA-Japan school and a Kanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools international-school team.

Kinnick def. Zama 25-18, 27-25, 21-25, 25-17

Tuesday at Camp Zama

Kills — Red Devils: Kathryn Withers 11; Trojans: Kierstyn Aumua 7. Aces — Red Devils: Bree Withers 5; Trojans: Irulan Hirata 9. Assists — Red Devils: Jillian Stevens 12; Trojans: Hirata 5. Digs — Red Devils: Mikaila Miranda 7; Trojans: Emma Sakamoto-Flack 5. Block points — Trojans: Kaitlyn McAbee 3.

Seisen def. American School In Japan 20-25, 25-20, 26-24, 20-25, 18-16

Tuesday at Tokyo

Kills — Phoenix: Hill 14, Purcell 14, Hemmi 7, Ann Katashiba 6. Digs — Phoenix: Hemmi 14, Katashiba 12. Assists — Phoenix: Chun 26, McKellin 12. Block points — Phoenix: Hill 5.

Boys

South Korea

Osan def. Humphreys 25-23, 25-17

Wednesday at Osan Air Base

Kills — Blackhawks: Clinton Lampkin 8, Joseph Park 7, Akira Sawaguchi 6. Digs — Cougars: Collin Hafdahl 7; Blackhawks: Killian Rairdon 15. Assists — Blackhawks: Luis Vidana Sato 24. Noteworthy — Due to an equipment problem that delayed play, the teams played a best-of-three match.

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