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Kubasak's Owen Ruksc smacks a forehand return during Wednesday's Okinawa tennis doubles tournament. Ruksc and teammate Jaden Oshana beat Kubasaki's Canaan Jones and Cael Perry 9-8 (7-3) to take second place in the tournament; Jones and Perry finished third.
Kubasak's Owen Ruksc smacks a forehand return during Wednesday's Okinawa tennis doubles tournament. Ruksc and teammate Jaden Oshana beat Kubasaki's Canaan Jones and Cael Perry 9-8 (7-3) to take second place in the tournament; Jones and Perry finished third. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

High school

Golf

South Korea

Thursday at Osan Air Base

Match play

Boys (played 18 holes)

Group 1 — Julian Bourne, Humphreys, def. Dylan Watson, Daegu, and Jaelon Finney, Osan American, 10 and 8. Group 2 — Trevor Yi, Humphreys, def. David Clark, Osan, 10 and 8; Group 3 — Duncan Pickering, Humphreys, def. Joseph Koo, Osan, 8 and 7; Group 4 — Brandon Borelli, Humphreys, def. Noah Hoback, Osan, 10 and 8.

Girls (played nine holes)

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

Kubasaki's Jaden Oshana hits a backhand during Wednesday's Okinawa tennis doubles tournament. Oshana and teammate Owen Ruksc beat Kubasaki's Canaan Jones and Cael Perry 9-8 (7-3) to take second place in the tournament; Jones and Perry finished third.
Kubasaki's Jaden Oshana hits a backhand during Wednesday's Okinawa tennis doubles tournament. Oshana and teammate Owen Ruksc beat Kubasaki's Canaan Jones and Cael Perry 9-8 (7-3) to take second place in the tournament; Jones and Perry finished third. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Christine Ryan lunges to make a forehand return during Wednesday's Okinawa tennis doubles tournament. Ryan and teammate Mayann Rivera beat Kubasaki's Leanna Manuel and Noemi Ung 9-8 (7-1), and will play Kadena's Mary Tracy and Mady Small for the championship on Monday at Kadena.
Kadena's Christine Ryan lunges to make a forehand return during Wednesday's Okinawa tennis doubles tournament. Ryan and teammate Mayann Rivera beat Kubasaki's Leanna Manuel and Noemi Ung 9-8 (7-1), and will play Kadena's Mary Tracy and Mady Small for the championship on Monday at Kadena. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Evan Davis hits a forehand return during Wednesday's Okinawa tennis doubles tournament. Davis and partner Justin Saavedra beat Kubasaki's Owen Ruksc and Jaden Oshana 8-6 to win the championship.
Kadena's Evan Davis hits a forehand return during Wednesday's Okinawa tennis doubles tournament. Davis and partner Justin Saavedra beat Kubasaki's Owen Ruksc and Jaden Oshana 8-6 to win the championship. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Cross country

Guam

Monday at Tamuning

(3.12-mile course)

Boys

Guam High 19, Harvest Christian 44

1, Alex Rink, GHS, 19 minutes, 6 seconds; 2, Elijah Dixon, HCA, 19:21; 3, Trayton Crandel, GHS, 19:31; 4, Sean Muller, GHS, 20:22; 5, Hunter Zinz, GHs, 20:36; 6, Mitchell Westlund, GHS, 20:43, 7, Yadiel Figueroa, GHS, 20:52; 8, Judah Alcantara, GHS, 21:05; 9, Aidan Puga, GHS, 22:03; 10, Daniel Ono, HCA, 22:20.

Girls

Guam 24, Harvest Christian 33

1, Keira Paz, GHS, 22 minutes, 31 seconds; 2, Avrie Farrington, GHS, 23:32; 3, Annabel Taylor, HCA, 24:16; 4, Grace Ono, HCA, 26:04; 5, Genevieve Nelson, GHS, 26:15; 6, Olivia Hughes, HCA, 26:18; 7, Kaila Castro, GHS, 26:26; 8, Shiyori Shibahata, HCA, 26:38; 9, Rebekah Stringham, GHS, 27:16; 10, Alexandria Levy, GHA, 29:41.

Japan

Wednesday at Kuko Koen, Tokyo

(3.12-mile course)

Boys

American School In Japan 15, Christian Academy Japan 50

ASIJ 20, St. Mary’s 41

CAJ 26, St. Mary’s 29

1, Kai Schinaman, ASIJ, 16 minutes, 37.1 seconds; 2, Take Zoot, ASIJ, 17:12.0; 3, Matthew Inamine, St. Mary’s, 17:34.5; 4, Mason Macek, ASIJ, 17:43.9; 5, Jong In Lee, St. Mary’s, 17:44.3; 6, Hinoto Tanaka, ASIJ, 18:05.9; 7, Leo Schouw, ASIJ, 18:07.2; 8, Eigen Schinaman, ASIJ, 18:15.1; 9, Hiroya Sobajima, ASIJ, 18:15.5; 10, Simon Nakamura, CAJ, 18:20.2.

Girls

ASIJ 15, CAJ 50

1, Chloe McCormick, ASIJ, 20 minutes, 54.8 seconds; 2, Noe Topping, ASIJ, 21:37.2; 3, Asako Ishibashi, ASIJ, 22:17.5; 4, Kiera Potter, CAJ, 22:20.3; 5, Amelia Fallon, ASIJ, 22:51.1; 6, Hannah Lee, ASIJ, 23:12.3; 7, Sophia Taylor, CAJ, 23:31.7; 8, Julia Schouw, ASIJ, 24:08.7; 9, Marlene Krueger, ASIJ, 24:12.3; 10, Naomi LeDell, ASIJ, 24:13.5.

Kubasaki's Sophia Grubbs spikes against the double block of Kadena's Presley Pearce and Kaya Castle during Thursday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons beat the Panthers in straight sets for the 11th time this season.
Kubasaki's Sophia Grubbs spikes against the double block of Kadena's Presley Pearce and Kaya Castle during Thursday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons beat the Panthers in straight sets for the 11th time this season. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Risha McGriff spikes over the double block of Kadena's Malea Williams and Malana Williams during Thursday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons beat the Panthers in straight sets for the 11th time this season.
Kubasaki's Risha McGriff spikes over the double block of Kadena's Malea Williams and Malana Williams during Thursday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons beat the Panthers in straight sets for the 11th time this season. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Tennis

Okinawa

Okinawa doubles tournament

Wednesday at Camp Foster

Boys

Justin Saavedra and Evan Davis, Kadena, def. Jaden Oshana and Owen Ruksc 8-6; Cael Perry and Canaan Jones, Kubasaki, def. Nathan Asato and Iain Stanley 8-3; Jack Balog and Joshua Wall, Kadena, def. Alex Tilley and Jacy Fisk 8-6; Sam Bierman and Max Lundberg, Kubasaki, def. Steven Ryan and Jameson Coleman Welcon 8-2; Oshana-Ruksc def. Perry-Jones 9-8 (7-3). Noteworthy — Saavedra and Davis won the championship, Oshana and Ruksc took second place and Perry and Jones third.

Girls

Christine Ryan and Mayann Rivera, Kadena, def. Leanna Manuel and Noemi Ung 9-8 (7-1); Mary Tracy and Mady Small, Kadena, def. Nicole Fuentes and Ella Perez 8-1; Elizabeth Cheramie and Megan Fife, Kadena, def. Alexa Contreras and Lillian Law 9-8 (7-5); Tracy-Small def. Manuel-Ung 8-2. Noteworthy — Manuel and Ung finished third; Tracy-Small will face Ryan-Rivera for the championship on Monday at Kadena.

Mixed doubles

Bierman and Victoria Lawrence, Kubasaki, def. Micah Berry and Suni Mauricio 8-3; Marco Leone and Fife, Kadena, def. Aiden Shaver and Emily Espinoza 8-5; Berry-Mauricio def. Fisk and Faith Reilly 8-2.

Kubasaki's Sophia Grubbs spikes over the double block of Kadena's Presley Pearce and Joan Buysman during Thursday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons beat the Panthers in straight sets for the 11th time this season.
Kubasaki's Sophia Grubbs spikes over the double block of Kadena's Presley Pearce and Joan Buysman during Thursday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons beat the Panthers in straight sets for the 11th time this season. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Alice Baron spikes against Kadena's Malana Williams during Thursday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons beat the Panthers in straight sets for the 11th time this season.
Kubasaki's Alice Baron spikes against Kadena's Malana Williams during Thursday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons beat the Panthers in straight sets for the 11th time this season. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Volleyball

Girls

South Korea

Osan def. Daegu 21-25, 25-23, 25-12, 25-20

Wednesday at Camp Walker

Kills — Cougars: Tatiana Lynn 9, Naomi Elliott 8, Shaylee Ungos 6. Aces — Cougars: Margaux Edquid 5; Warriors: Hazel Bell 9. . Digs — Cougars: Elliott 13, Abigail Hafdahl 12, Edquid 11. Assists — Cougars: Angela Serrano 30.

Okinawa

Kubasaki def. Kadena 25-21, 25-21, 25-13

Thursday at Kadena Air Base

Kills — Dragons: Emma Leggio 8, Sophia Grubbs 8, Risha McGriff 7, Alice Baron 5; Panthers: Malana Williams 5. Aces — Dragons: Grubbs 5. Assists — Dragons: Alyssa Alvarado 23; Panthers: Malea Williams 6. Block points — Panthers: Malana Williams 3. Noteworthy — Dragons beat the Panthers for the 11th time in 11 matches this season without dropping a set, with one regular-season match remaining.

Kubasaki def. Kadena 25-9, 25-9, 25-11

Tuesday at Camp Foster

Kills — Dragons: Grubbs 8, Baron 6, McGriff 5. Aces — Dragons: Leggio 7. Assists — Dragons: Alvarado 18.

Japan

Nile C. Kinnick def. Yokota 25-12, 25-15, 25-15

Tuesday at Yokosuka Naval Base

Kills — Red Devils: Angelica Rogers 8, Lauren Benjamin 5; Panthers: Lilly Wellons 5. Digs — Red Devils: Millie Howell 5. Assists — Red Devils: Lora Eubanks 15, Jillian Stevens 14; Panthers: Samantha Kosinski 5.

Boys

South Korea

Osan def. Daegu 26-28, 25-19, 25-19, 25-23

Wednesday at Camp Walker

Kills — Cougars: Joseph Towne 8. Digs — Cougars: Towne 6.

Kadena's Presley Pearce spikes past Kubasaki's Emma Leggio during Tuesday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons beat the Panthers in straight sets for the 10th time this season.
Kadena's Presley Pearce spikes past Kubasaki's Emma Leggio during Tuesday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons beat the Panthers in straight sets for the 10th time this season. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Sophia Grubbs spikes against the double block of Kadena's Morgan Sayers and Marina Sawyer during Tuesday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons beat the Panthers in straight sets for the 10th time this season.
Kubasaki's Sophia Grubbs spikes against the double block of Kadena's Morgan Sayers and Marina Sawyer during Tuesday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons beat the Panthers in straight sets for the 10th time this season. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Soccer

Boys

Guam

St. John’s 5, Guam 0

Monday at Tamuning

Halftime — 3-0.

Kubasaki's Viola Wray spikes against the double block of Kadena's Marina Sawyer and Rylie Artuyo during Tuesday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons beat the Panthers in straight sets for the 10th time this season.
Kubasaki's Viola Wray spikes against the double block of Kadena's Marina Sawyer and Rylie Artuyo during Tuesday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons beat the Panthers in straight sets for the 10th time this season. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
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