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Chanho Choe of Osan sends a backhand to Humphreys’ Caleb Kim during Friday’s Korea tennis matches. Choe beat Kim 8-5.
Chanho Choe of Osan sends a backhand to Humphreys’ Caleb Kim during Friday’s Korea tennis matches. Choe beat Kim 8-5. (Matthew Ahn/Special to Stripes)

High school

Cross country

Okinawa

Friday at Kishaba Housing Area, Camp Foster

(3.12-mile course)

Boys

Kadena 23, Kubasaki 40

1, Cullen Oglesbee, Kadena, 16 minutes, 56.45 seconds; 2, Joseph Dluzeski, Kadena, 17:29.93; 3, Robert Oboza, Kubasaki, 18:17.95; 4, David Franko, Kubasaki, 18:37.76; 5, Tuck Renquist, Kadena, 18:58.09; 6, Thomas Hines, Kubasaki, 19:13.34; 7, Eamon Challinor, Kadena, 19:26.14; 8, Joshua Corrado, Kadena, 19:32.71; 9, Nathan Rowberry, Kadena, 19:34.51; 10, Gideon Dawson, Kubasaki, 19:38.59.

Girls

Kadena 24, Kubasaki 32

1, Karise Johnson, Kadena, 20 minutes, 11.05 seconds; 2, Makayla Saeteurn, Kubasaki, 20:35.38; 3, Jolyn Botes, Kadena, 21:24.19; 4, Sara Corrado, Kadena, 23:32.15; 5, Jamie Konik, Kubasaki, 25:02.67; 6, Reighlyn Kissick, Kubasaki, 26:27.74; 7, Kaci Call, Kadena, 27:17.91; 8, Amelie Rodriguez, Kubasaki, 27:42.59; 9, Mykiah Pearce, Kadena, 28:47.92; 10, Oriana Christian, Kadena, 29:11.90.

Japan

Friday at Koku Koen, Tokorozawa

(3.12-mile course)

Boys

American School In Japan 15, Christian Academy Japan 50

ASIJ 26, St. Mary’s 31

St. Mary’s 15, CAJ 45

1, Kai Schinaman, ASIJ, 16 minutes, 30.7 seconds; 2, Matthew Inamine, St. Mary’s, 16:59.9; 3, William Beardsley, St. Mary’s, 17:06.5; 4, Take Zoot, ASIJ, 17:20.1; 5, Hinoto Tanaka, ASIJ, 17:28.1; 6, Franklin Richter, St. Mary’s, 17:33.1; 7, Mason Macek, ASIJ, 17:35.3; 8, Muku Nomura, St. Mary’s, 17:53.2; 9, Eigen Schinaman, ASIJ, 17:59.1; 10, Leo Schouw, ASIJ, 18:08.9.

Girls

ASIJ 15, CAJ incomplete

Seisen 15, CAJ incomplete

ASIJ 23, Seisen 32

1, Chloe McCormick, ASIJ, 20 minutes, 53.8 seconds; 2, Maria Kinoshita, Seisen, 21:11.2; 3, Noe Topping, ASIJ, 21:39.7; 4, Chaitra Konda, CAJ, 21:49.1; 5, Asako Ishibashi, ASIJ, 21:58.7; 6, Kotori Fukai, Seisen, 22:30.2; 7, Kierra Potter, CAJ, 22:44.9; 8, Sophia Taylor, CAJ, 22:57.7; 9, Ashley Grantham, Seisen, 23:00.3; 10, Amelia Fallon, ASIJ, 23:00.9.

Zama’s Liam Hunter readies to hit a forehand return against Yokota’s Ethan Sessions during Friday’s Japan tennis matches. Hunter won 8-6.
Zama’s Liam Hunter readies to hit a forehand return against Yokota’s Ethan Sessions during Friday’s Japan tennis matches. Hunter won 8-6. (Zama tennis)

Tennis

South Korea

Friday at Camp Humphreys

Boys

Osan 2, Humphreys 1

Singles — David Lee, Osan, def. Joon Flanery 8-4; Chanho Choe, Osan, def. Caleb Kim 8-5; Minjong Kim, Humphreys, def. Silas Cox 8-0.

Girls

Humphreys 4, Osan 1

Singles — Naomi Choi, Humphreys, def. Yoonju Choe 8-2; Abigail “Rae” Robertson, Osan, def. Kaylee Yoo 8-2; Annabelle Ko, Humphreys, def. Paloma Barron 8-0. Doubles — Lizzy Brown and Grace Son, Humphreys, def. Lauren Soh and Tricia “T.J.” Condicion 8-0; Alice Kim and Claire Dehner, Humphreys, def. Felicia Lowery and Amonrads “Tankao” Lustig 8-3.

Japan

Friday at Camp Zama

Boys

Zama 6, Yokota 0

Singles — Liam Hunter def. Ethan Sessions 8-6, Gabe Rayos def. Hyrum Wise 8-6, Shad Shiozawa def. Zander Daw 8-4, Kai Fredendall def. Alex Kosinski 8-2. Doubles — Hunter-Rayos def. Sessions-Wise 8-1, Fredendall-Shiozawa def. Jai Bailey and Kai Patton 7-5.

Girls

Zama 5, Yokota 1

Singles — Pulani Tremel, Zama, def. Karina Morioka 8-5; Caella Bolin, Zama, def. Julia Morioka 8-1; Kylah Samuelson, Zama, def. Arisa Souza 9-7; Melia Okamoto, Yokota, def. Annalisa Ochner 8-0. Doubles — Tremel and Aeryn Hensel def. K. Morioka-Souza 6-2; Bolin-Samuelson def. Okamoto and Kylene Gross 6-4.

Matthew C. Perry's Haleigh Quinn tries to hit past E.J. King's Aileen Fitzgerald and Madylyn O'Neill during Friday's Japan volleyball match. The Cobras won in three sets.
Matthew C. Perry's Haleigh Quinn tries to hit past E.J. King's Aileen Fitzgerald and Madylyn O'Neill during Friday's Japan volleyball match. The Cobras won in three sets. (Kevin Rossiter/Special to Stripes)

Volleyball

Girls

South Korea

Humphreys def. Daegu 25-12, 25-19, 25-14

Friday at Camp Humphreys

Kills — Blackhawks: Sabra Wrightsil 9, Reyna Peterman 8, Bella Pulu 8. Digs — Blackhawks: Peterman 21. Assists — Blackhawks: Elizabeth Troxel 34.

Japan

Robert D. Edgren def. Nile C. Kinnick 25-1, 25-8, 25-22

Friday at Misawa Air Base

Kills — Eagles: Elizabeth Johnson 18. Assists — Eagles: Alanna Sanchez 18. Noteworthy — Eagles improved to a DODEA-Japan-best 16-0 on the season.

E.J. King def. Matthew C. Perry 25-17, 25-4, 25-17

Friday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni

Kills — Cobras: Madylyn O’Neill 14, Hanna O’Mara 8. Assists — Samurai: Chelsea Campbell 8. Digs — Samurai: Towa Albsmeyer 5.

Zama def. Yokota 25-18, 25-20, 25-18

Friday at Camp Zama

Kills — Trojans: Kierstyn Aumua 6. Aces — Trojans: Remi Sherratt 6, Emma Sakamoto-Flack 5; Panthers: Malia Hutchins 9.

Boys

South Korea

Humphreys def. Daegu 25-22, 19-25, 25-19, 25-20

Friday at Camp Humphreys

Kills — Blackhawks: Luis “Kai” Soto 9, C.J. Lampkin 8, Joseph Park 7, Mahlon Landes 5. Aces — Blackhawks: Park 6. Digs — Blackhawks: Killian Reardon 16. Assists — Blackhawks: Soto 16, Park 13.


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