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Yokota's Lilly Wellons spikes against Seisen's Aina Sekaido during Tuesday's Kanto Plain volleyball match. The host Phoenix won in three sets.

Yokota's Lilly Wellons spikes against Seisen's Aina Sekaido during Tuesday's Kanto Plain volleyball match. The host Phoenix won in three sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

High school

Golf

South Korea

Thursday at Camp Humphreys

Boys winners

Group 1 — Duncan Pickering, Humphreys; Group 2 — Matthew Hwang, Humphreys; Group 3 (tie) — Trevor Yi and Brandon Borelli, Humphreys; Group 4 — Hugo Oweling, Humphreys; Group 5 — Michael Petros, Humphreys.

Girls winners

Group 1 — Anna Hager, Daegu; Group 2 — Emily Hager, Daegu; Group 3 — Ava Sims, Daegu.

Okinawa

Thursday at Taiyo Golf Course, Gushikawa

(Two-person scramble format)

Boys

Kubasaki 132, Kadena 140

Matt Burns and Danny Contreras, Kubasaki, def. Carter Johnson and Sebastian Portillo 39-40; Caleb Latour and Brody Romnek, Kubasaki, def. Briggs Johnson and Alexander Purpura 38-51; Noah Ray and Kento Rathbone, Kadena, def. Aiden Hutton and Jason Glade 49-55.

Girls

Kadena 130, Kubasaki 141

Emma Conroy and Caroline Trowbridge, Kadena, def. Julizka Aguirre and Katelyn Lininger 42-47; Teiya Sheperd-Savage and Anabel Salgado, Kadena, def. Sophia Sokolowski and hopper Tuigamala 43-46; Kanyon Kupfer and Baylee Smith, Kadena, def. Ashely Drechsler and Leila Rodriguez 45-48.

Kadena's Christine Ryan serves against Kubasaki during Thursday's Okinawa high school tennis matches. Ryan and her doubles partner Mary Tracy beat Kubasaki's Jessica Blackston and Lillian Law 8-1, one of only four matches completed; the rest of the 14 were rained out.

Kadena's Christine Ryan serves against Kubasaki during Thursday's Okinawa high school tennis matches. Ryan and her doubles partner Mary Tracy beat Kubasaki's Jessica Blackston and Lillian Law 8-1, one of only four matches completed; the rest of the 14 were rained out. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Evan Davis serves against Kubasaki's Owen Ruksc during Thursday's Okinawa high school tennis matches. Davis won 8-1, one of only four matches completed before the rest of the 14 were rained out.

Kadena's Evan Davis serves against Kubasaki's Owen Ruksc during Thursday's Okinawa high school tennis matches. Davis won 8-1, one of only four matches completed before the rest of the 14 were rained out. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Tennis

Okinawa

Thursday at Kadena Air Base

Boys

Singles — Evan Davis, Kadena, def. Owen Ruksc, Kubasaki, 8-1; Iain Stanley, Kadena, def. Josh Wall, Kubasaki, 8-6; Max Lundberg, Kubasaki, def. Steven Ryan, Kadena, 8-3; remaining matches rained out.

Girls

Doubles — Christine Ryan and Mary Tracy, Kadena, def. Jessica Blackston and Lillian Law, Kubasaki, 8-1; remaining matches rained out.

Japan

Thursday at Tokyo

Girls

Nile C. Kinnick 3, Sacred Heart 2

Singles — Emily Paul, Kinnick, def. Youmi Ji 6-4, 3-6, 6-2; Aiisha Lashley, Kinnick, def. Nami Sato 6-2, 6-3; Amira Gunn, ISSH, def. Alice Troutman 8-6.

Doubles — Olivia Laron and Alise Walker, Kinnick, def. Hana Shikasho and Yoshina Okatani 6-1, 4-6, 6-1; Rio Takenaka and Aria Miyasawa, ISSH, def. Sophia Troutman and Momoka Kerwin 6-4, 6-3.

Tuesday at Yokota Air Base

Boys

St. Mary’s 5, Yokota 0

Singles — Maxi Gutbehazi def. Zemon Davis 8-0, Ray Omachi def. Hyrum Wise 8-1, Tomohiko Veda def. Thomas Vogeley 8-2.

Doubles — Aron Erdos and Shimon Suzuki def. Kai Patton and Jai Bailey 8-2, Tomohiro Mochida and Jamie Matsuzaki def. Daniel Shirley and William Rhyne 8-0.

Girls

Seisen 5, Yokota 0

Singles — Isha Kumar def. Arisa Souza 8-2, Ayaka Nishitani def. Julia Morioka 8-1, Amy Matsuzaki def. Taylor Zhang 8-4.

Doubles — Miyu Yoshimaru and Elle Ono def. Melia Okamoto and Vitalia Duran 8-2, Mia Akai and Jiyu Kim def. Anna Miller and Alexzy Scanlon 8-6.

Tuesday at Tokyo

Girls

Sacred Heart 4, Christian Academy Japan 1

Singles — SooMin Cho, CAJ, def. Youmi Ji 8-5; Nami Sato, ISSH, def. Rebecca Hayashi 9-7; Mikaela Osborne, ISSH, def. YeRim Kim 8-1.

Doubles — Yoshina Okatani and Hana Shikasho, ISSH, def. Johnavi Paramata and Ashlie Sawka 8-3; Rio Takenaka and Aria Miyazawa, ISSH, by walkover.

Seisen's Maya Hemmi spikes past Yokota's Lucy Wellons during Tuesday's Kanto Plain volleyball match. The host Phoenix won in three sets.

Seisen's Maya Hemmi spikes past Yokota's Lucy Wellons during Tuesday's Kanto Plain volleyball match. The host Phoenix won in three sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Seisen's Ann Katashiba spikes through the double block of Yokota's Trinity Stegall and Emma Hardy during Tuesday's Kanto Plain volleyball match. The host Phoenix won in three sets.

Seisen's Ann Katashiba spikes through the double block of Yokota's Trinity Stegall and Emma Hardy during Tuesday's Kanto Plain volleyball match. The host Phoenix won in three sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Seisen's Lisa Purcell spikes against Yokota's Trinity Stegall during Tuesday's Kanto Plain volleyball match. The host Phoenix won in three sets.

Seisen's Lisa Purcell spikes against Yokota's Trinity Stegall during Tuesday's Kanto Plain volleyball match. The host Phoenix won in three sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Seisen's Maya Hemmi tries to hit through the double block of Yokota's Lucy Wellons and Makayla Clouse during Tuesday's Kanto Plain volleyball match. The host Phoenix won in three sets.

Seisen's Maya Hemmi tries to hit through the double block of Yokota's Lucy Wellons and Makayla Clouse during Tuesday's Kanto Plain volleyball match. The host Phoenix won in three sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Osan’s Angela Serrano tries to block Yongsan’s Alex Sohn during Wednesday’s Korea girls volleyball match. The Guardians won in four sets.

Osan’s Angela Serrano tries to block Yongsan’s Alex Sohn during Wednesday’s Korea girls volleyball match. The Guardians won in four sets. (Brian McCollum/Special to Stripes)

Yongsan‘s Ashley Kim spikes against Osan’s Anna Fertig during Wednesday’s Korea girls volleyball match. The Guardians won in four sets.

Yongsan‘s Ashley Kim spikes against Osan’s Anna Fertig during Wednesday’s Korea girls volleyball match. The Guardians won in four sets. (Brian McCollum/Special to Stripes)

Volleyball

Girls

South Korea

Humphreys def. Seoul Foreign 19-25, 25-22, 25-19, 25-19

Wednesday at Camp Humphreys

Kills — Blackhawks: Sabra Wrightsil 8, Bella Pula 7. Noteworthy — It was the Blackhawks’ first Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Council match since the 2019 season.

Yongsan def. Osan 21-25, 25-21, 25-23, 25-19

Wednesday at Osan Air Base

Kills — Cougars: Shaylee Ungos 10. Digs — Cougars: Margaux Edquid 12. Assists — Cougars: Ungos 14.

Japan

Kinnick def. Sacred Heart 25-17, 25-14, 25-17

Thursday at Yokosuka Naval Base

Kills — Red Devils: Jenia Viles 11, Cierra San Nicolas 7. Aces — Red Devils: San Nicolas 13. Digs — Red Devils: Mikaila Joi Miranda 11, Lucy Mock 9. Assists — Red Devils: Jillian Stevens 24.

Zama def. CAJ 24-26, 25-16, 25-22, 25-20

Wednesday at Tokyo

Kills — Trojans: Kierstyn Aumua 12, Remi Sherratt 6, Deborah McClendon 6, Nina Sakamoto-Flack 5. Aces — Trojans: Sherratt 7. Digs — Trojans: Isabella Rivera Munoz 9, Emma Sakamoto-Flack 7. Assists — Trojans: Sherratt 18, Lindsay So 5. Block points — Trojans: Kaitlyn McAbee 3, Sophie Jacklyn 3.

Kinnick def. CAJ 25-20, 25-15, 25-17

Tuesday at Tokyo

Kills — Red Devils: Viles 7, Kotone Turner 5, Miranda 5. Aces — Red Devils: Miranda 6, Stevens 5. Digs — Red Devils: Miranda 8, Mock 8. Assists — Red Devils: Stevens 17.

Seisen def. Yokota 25-6, 25-16, 25-14

Tuesday at Tokyo

Kills — Phoenix: Lisa Purcell 13. Aces — Phoenix: Ann Katashiba 6. Assists — Phoenix: Aina Sekaido 19.

Yongsan’s Ashton Shim sets to teammate Andrew Shin against Osan during Wednesday’s Korea boys volleyball match. The Guardians won in three sets.

Yongsan’s Ashton Shim sets to teammate Andrew Shin against Osan during Wednesday’s Korea boys volleyball match. The Guardians won in three sets. (Brian McCollum/Special to Stripes)

Boys

South Korea

Yongsan def. Osan 25-22, 25-23, 26-24

Wednesday at Osan Air Base

Kills — Cougars: T’zuriel Jennings 6. Block points — Cougars: Landon Kubalek 5. Digs — Cougars: Dash DeSilva 8, Jennings 7.

Seoul Foreign def. Humphreys 25-13, 25-19, 25-8

Wednesday at Camp Humphreys

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Dave Ornauer has been employed by or assigned to Stars and Stripes Pacific almost continuously since March 5, 1981. He covers interservice and high school sports at DODEA-Pacific schools and manages the Pacific Storm Tracker.

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