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Osan's Anne Mountcastle blocks a shot by Daegu's Izzy Thurman during Saturday's DODEA-Korea district girls volleyball tournament. The Cougars won the semifinal three sets to one over the Warriors, before losing in the final to Humphreys 3-1.
Osan's Anne Mountcastle blocks a shot by Daegu's Izzy Thurman during Saturday's DODEA-Korea district girls volleyball tournament. The Cougars won the semifinal three sets to one over the Warriors, before losing in the final to Humphreys 3-1. (Jessica McCollum/Special to Stripes)

High school

Cross country

South Korea

DODEA-Korea finals

Saturday at Camp Humphreys

(3.12-mile course)

Boys

Humphreys 15, Osan 50, Daegu incomplete

1, Andrew Wahlgren, Humphreys, 17 minutes, 58.03 seconds; 2, Jax Watson, Humphreys, 18:17.0; 3, Caleb Tolbert, Humphreys, 18:55.27; 4, Garret Smith, Humphreys, 18:58.41; 5, Joshua Newson, Humphreys, 19:49.32; 6, Seth Peters, Daegu, 20:22.35; 7, Isaac Brown, Humphreys, 21:07.28; 8, Ray Vega, Humphreys, 21:16.31; 9, Cameron McGinnis, Osan, 21:27.32; 10, Joseph Siani, Humphreys, 21:29.19.

Girls

Humphreys 18, Osan 19, Daegu incomplete

1, Hanna Chung, Humphreys, 22 minutes, 27.15 seconds; 2, Chloe Weatherwax, Osan, 23:33.45; 3, Zsa Zsa LeBlanc, Osan, 23:39.00; 4, Hannah Clites, Humphreys, 23:57.43; 5, Riley Hunt, Osan, 24:44.36; 6, Maddie Gee, Humphreys, 25:15.20; 7, Lina Kim, Humphreys, 25:20.13; 8, Gidget Smith, Humphreys, 26:56.81; 9, Sophia Hayes, Osan, 29:55.13.

Tennis

Japan

E.J. King-Matthew C. Perry combined doubles tournament

Friday and Saturday at Sasebo

Boys bracket 1 — Patrick Humbrecht, King, and Darren Matel, Perry, def. Joseph Barrett, King, and Kainalu Shiraishi, Perry, 7-5; Kouta Kodama, King, and Joshua Blanquisco, Perry, def. Humbrecht-Matel 6-4; Humbrecht-Matel def. Barrett-Shiraishi 6-1; Championship — Kodama-Blanquisco def. Humbrecht-Matel 6-1.

Boys bracket 2 — Jeandre Navarro, King, and Layne Mayer, Perry, def. David Axsom, King, and Chaz Anderson, Perry, 6-1; Navarro-Mayer def. Antonio Diaz, King, and Jalen Cobb, Perry, 6-1; Diaz-Cobb def. Axsom-Anderson 7-6 (8-6); Championship — Diaz-Cobb def. Navarro-Mayer 6-3.

Girls bracket 1 — Miu Best, King and Nina Altig, Perry, def. Ayanna Lonesky, King, and Cecilia Campbell, Perry, 6-3; Moa Best, King, and Julie Apperson, Perry, def. Miu Best-Altig 6-4; Miu Best-Altig def. Lonesky-Campbell 6-3; Championship — Miu Best-Altig def. Moa Best-Apperson 6-3.

Girls bracket 2 — Alyssa Garcia, King, and Apache Khan, Perry, def. Momoko Kerwun, King, and Maria Alvarez, Perry, 6-2; Garcia-Khan def. Luna Goleman, King, and Sera Shimakura, Perry, 6-4; Goleman-Shimakura def. Kerwun-Alvarez 6-2; Championship — Goleman-Shimakura def. Garcia-Khan 6-4.

Volleyball

Girls

South Korea

DODEA-Korea district finals

Saturday at Osan Air Base

Semifinal

Osan def. Daegu 25-14, 23-25, 25-12, 25-19

Kills — Cougars: Shaylee Ungos 12, Naomi Elliott 10. Assists — Cougars: Angela Serrano 31. Block points — Cougars: Ungos 5, Anne Mountcastle 5.

Championship

Humphreys def. Osan 18-25, 25-10, 25-21, 25-19

Kills — Blackhawks: Sabra Wrightsil 13, Alaina Areniego 8, Bella Pula 8, Madison Bridges 7; Cougars: Ungos 10, Elliott 6. Assists — Blackhawks: Elizabeth Troxel 41; Cougars: Serrano 26, Kim 12. Aces — Blackhawks: Bridges 6. Digs — Blackhawks: Reyna Peterman 25. Block points — Cougars: Mountcastle 3. Noteworthy — Blackhawks finished the season 9-0, winning the DODEA-Korea tournament and regular-season titles.

Okinawa

DODEA-Okinawa district finals

Kubasaki def. Kadena 25-10, 25-18, 25-12

Friday at Kadena Air Base

Kills — Dragons: Sophia Grubbs 9, Emma Leggio 7, Risha McGriff 6. Aces — Dragons: McGriff 7. Assists — Dragons: Alyssa Alvarado 27. Noteworthy — The Dragons won all 14 matches over the Panthers this season, without dropping a set, winning the district title for the 18th straight season.

Guam

Notre Dame def. Guam High 26-24, 25-20, 25-23

Friday at Talofofo

Japan

E.J. King def. Matthew C. Perry 25-9, 25-8, 25-10

Friday at Sasebo Naval Base

Noteworthy — Cobras finished with a school-best 18-3 regular-season record.

Boys

South Korea

DODEA-Korea district finals

Championship

Osan def. Humphreys 25-21, 25-21, 25-13

Kills — Cougars: Martin Walker 9, Colin Hafdahl 8, Joseph Towne 6. Aces — Cougars: Tzuriel Jennings 7. Noteworthy — Cougars finished the season 9-0, winning the DODEA-Korea tournament and regular-season titles.

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