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Yokota's Kai Patton hits a two-hand backhand during his 8-5 loss to Rim Gong of Robert D. Edgren during Friday's DODEA-Japan singles tennis matches at Misawa Air Base.

Yokota's Kai Patton hits a two-hand backhand during his 8-5 loss to Rim Gong of Robert D. Edgren during Friday's DODEA-Japan singles tennis matches at Misawa Air Base. (Rebekah Shepherd/Special to Stripes)

High school

Cross country

South Korea

Saturday at Camp Humphreys

(3.12-mile course)

Boys

Korea International 22, Gyeonggi Suwon 36

Humphreys 24, Yongsan International-Seoul 32

Seoul International 20, Humphreys 38

Gyeonggi Suwon 25, YIS 34

YIS 17, Daegu 41

Korea International 21, Humphreys 38

1, Sam Wood, Osan, 17 minutes, 32 seconds; 2, Minwoo Kwon, KIS, 18:17; 3, Drew Wahlgren, Humphreys, 18:46; 4, Paul Moon, SIS, 19:02; 5, Yuito Kimura, GSIS, 19:22; 6, Sean Kim, SIS, 19:42; 7, Nathan Cho, YIS-S, 19:56; 8, Jayden Yoon, KIS, 20:11; 9, David Lee, YIS-S, 20:27; 10, Terry Seong, SIS, 20:34.

Girls

Humphreys 17, Seoul International 45

Humphreys 23, YIS 35

YIS 26, Gyeonggi Suwon 29

Korea International 19, Humphreys 39

Seoul International 28, Gyeonggi Suwon 29

1, Irene Choi, KIS, 22 minutes, 14 seconds; 2, Hanna Chung, Humphreys, 23:48; 3, Emma Wilson, KIS, 23:54; 4, Chloe Weatherwax, Osan, 24:18; 5, Emily Kim, KIS, 24:29; 6, Lydia Ro, YIS-S, 24:31; 7, Hyowon Kang, KIS, 24:36; 8, Yeonju Kim, KIS, 24:54; 9, Samantha Dales, Humphreys, 25:51; 10, Hannah Choo, KIS, 25:53.

Japan

Saturday at Isanoura Park, Sasebo

(3.12-mile course)

Boys

E.J. King 33, Matthew C. Perry 35, Robert D. Edgren 67

1, Tyler Gaines, Perry, 17 minutes, 10 seconds; 2, N.J. Reed, King, 19:52; 3, Jude Cutler, King, 19:56; 4, Xavier Mitchell, Perry, 20:08; 5, Andrew Schwehr, Edgren, 20:18; 6, Aaron Lopez, Perry, 20:44; 7, Ryan Hawkins, Edgren, 20:46; 8, Kai Sperl, King, 20:50; 9, Axel Lachica, King, 21:32; 10, Jack Price, Perry, 22:10.

Girls

Perry 17, King 23, Edgren incomplete

1, Jane Williams, Perry, 21 minutes, 7 seconds; 2, Ava Pendley, Perry, 22:54; 3, Rosie McGrath, King, 24:31; 4, Ariah Dann, King, 24:53; 5, Hailey Erler, Edgren, 25:01; 6, Isabella Cordes, Perry, 25:22; 7, Audrey Snyder, King, 25:37; 8, McKenzie Stelle, Perry, 26:19; 9, Sara Duncanson, King, 29:27; 10, Bella Valenzuela, Edgren, 30:21.

Saturday at Ikego Naval Housing Facility

(3.12-mile course)

Boys

American School In Japan 15, Christian Academy Japan incomplete

ASIJ 15, Nile C. Kinnick 50

ASIJ 15, Zama 48

Kinnick 27, St. Maur 32

Yokohama International 22, Kinnick 33

St. Mary’s 19, Yokohama 38

St. Mary’s 17, Zama 42

Yokohama 25, St. Maur 32

Yokota 26, St. Maur 29

St. Maur 25, Zama 30

Yokohama 19, Zama 38

Yokota 15, K. International 48

1, William Beardsley, St. Mary’s, 16 minutes, 5.7 seconds; 2, Sam Barbir, ASIJ, 16:58.1; 3, Kai Liljequist, ASIJ, 17:18.1; 4, Mason Macek, ASIJ, 17:19.4; 5, Simon Nakamura, CAJ, 17:24.3; 6, Jun Johnson, St. Maur, 17:42.7; 7, Franklin Richter, St. Mary’s, 17:44.7; 8, Hinoto Tanaka, ASIJ, 17:45.7; 9, Eigen Schinaman, ASIJ, 18:07.1; 10, Kaito Soeno, St. Mary’s, 18:25.6.

Top DODEA finishers

12, Gabriel Escalera, Zama, 18:26.7; 14, Davi Shima Enes De, Yokota, 18:39.4; 16, Soul Vessels, Kinnick, 18:48.9.

Girls

ASIJ 27, Kinnick 28

Sacred Heart 26, ASIJ 29

ASIJ 22, Zama 37

Kinnick 26, Seisen 31

Kinnick 15, St. Maur incomplete

Kinnick 15, Yokohama 48

Sacred Heart 25, Seisen 32

Seisen 24, Zama 37

Zama 19, Yokohama 36

1, Sofia Sato, ISSH, 19 minutes, 33.9 seconds; 2, Payton Osborne, ISSH, 20:43.1; 3, Annika Elstrom, ASIJ, 21:01.2; 4, Liliana Fennessey, Zama, 21:12.1; 5, Bree Withers, Kinnick, 21:14.4; 6, Chloe McCormick, ASIJ, 21:51.1; 7, Mia Bartram, Kinnick, 22:09.4; 8, Yuki Konomi, ISSH, 22:19.2; 9, Ashley Grantham, Seisen, 22:30.2; 10, Jasmine Williams, Kinnick, 22:48.7.

Matthew C. Perry's Aiana Bulan hits a backhand against E.J. King during Friday's DODEA-Japan tennis matches. Bulan won her singles over Kana Fisher 8-2, then teamed with Ivanelis Nieves-Bermudez to beat Fisher and Joanna Hall 8-1 in doubles.

Matthew C. Perry's Aiana Bulan hits a backhand against E.J. King during Friday's DODEA-Japan tennis matches. Bulan won her singles over Kana Fisher 8-2, then teamed with Ivanelis Nieves-Bermudez to beat Fisher and Joanna Hall 8-1 in doubles. (Sera Shimakura/Special to Stripes)

E.J. King's Christian Garcia lunges for a backhand against E.J. King during Saturday's DODEA-Japan tennis matches. Garcia lost his singles match 8-3 to Matthew C. Perry's Max Bailey, and teamed later with David Axsom in doubles, in which they lost 8-4 to Bailey and Layne Mayer of Perry.

E.J. King's Christian Garcia lunges for a backhand against E.J. King during Saturday's DODEA-Japan tennis matches. Garcia lost his singles match 8-3 to Matthew C. Perry's Max Bailey, and teamed later with David Axsom in doubles, in which they lost 8-4 to Bailey and Layne Mayer of Perry. (Sera Shimakura/Special to Stripes)

Matthew C. Perry's Ivanelis Nieves-Bermudez hits a forehand against E.J. King during Friday's DODEA-Japan tennis matches. Nieves-Bermudez won her singles match 8-0 over Joanna Hall and teamed with Aiana Bulan to beat Hall and Kana Fisher in doubles 8-1.

Matthew C. Perry's Ivanelis Nieves-Bermudez hits a forehand against E.J. King during Friday's DODEA-Japan tennis matches. Nieves-Bermudez won her singles match 8-0 over Joanna Hall and teamed with Aiana Bulan to beat Hall and Kana Fisher in doubles 8-1. (Sera Shimakura/Special to Stripes)

Matthew C. Perry's Layne Mayer smacks a forehand return against E.J. King during Friday's DODEA-Japan tennis matches. Mayer lost his singles match to Joseph Barrett 8-6, but teamed with Max Bailey to beat Christian Garcia and David Axsom 8-4 in doubles.

Matthew C. Perry's Layne Mayer smacks a forehand return against E.J. King during Friday's DODEA-Japan tennis matches. Mayer lost his singles match to Joseph Barrett 8-6, but teamed with Max Bailey to beat Christian Garcia and David Axsom 8-4 in doubles. (Sera Shimakura/Special to Stripes)

Tennis

South Korea

Saturday at Seoul

Boys

Seoul Foreign 5, Daegu 0

Singles — Kil Davis def. Beckham Clites 8-3, Isaak Kang def. Jason won 8-0, Dylan Choi def. Daniel Son 8-0.

Doubles — Daniel Suh and Ryan Suh def. Evan Son and David Evans 8-0, SFS by walkover.

Japan

Friday and Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni

Boys

King 10, Perry 2

Singles — Max Bailey, Perry, def. Christian Garcia 8-3; Joseph Barrett, King, def. Layne Mayer 8-6; David Axsom, King, def. Jalen Cobb 8-1; Matthew Long, King, def. Zach Cruz 8-0; Antonio Diaz, King, def. Jayden Santiago 8-1; Jacob Ferrer, King, def. Jason Link 8-2; Neo Purificacion, King, def. Sean O’Brien 8-3; John Crockett, King, def. Gavin DeGuzman 8-1.

Doubles — Bailey-Mayer def. Garcia-Axsom 8-4; Diaz-Long def. Cobb-Cruz 8-2; Barrett-Ferrer def. Santiago-O’Brien 8-2; Purificacion-Crockett def. Link and Hafiz Nurudin-Watley 8-1.

Girls

Perry 8, King 3

Singles — Miu Best, King, def. Julie Apperson 8-1; Moa Best, King, def. Nina Altig 8-1; Cecilia Campbell, Perry, def. Luna Goleman 8-3; Sera Shimakura, Perry, def. Sana Dowty 8-1; Sasha Malone, Perry, def. Amanda Normandin 8-2; Maria Alvarez, Perry, def. Erin Monto 8-0; Ivanelis Nieves-Bermudez, Perry, def. Joanna Hall 8-0; Aiana Bulan, Perry, def. Kana Fisher 8-2.

Doubles — Goleman-Dowty def. Campbell-Shimakura 8-3; Malone-Alvarez def. Normandin-Monto 8-1; Nieves-Bermudez-Bulan def. Fisher-Hall 8-1.

Friday and Saturday at Misawa Air Base

Boys

Yokota 5, Edgren 1

Singles — Tommy Vogeley, Yokota, def. Bryce Dries 9-7; Rim Gong, Edgren, def. Kai Patton 8-5; William Rhyne, Yokota, def. Charles Alvey 8-5; Jayden Royster, Yokota, def. Airic Jack 8-0.

Doubles — Zemon Davis and Jai Bailey, Yokota, def. Dries-Alvey 6-2; Hyrum Wise and Daniel Shirley, Yokota, def. Gong-Jack 6-1.

Girls

Edgren 5, Yokota 1

Singles — Alyssa Singletary, Edgren, def. Julia Morioka 8-0; Abby Erler, Edgren, def. Arisa Souza 8-1; Karin Lozier, Edgren, def. Taylor Zhang 8-2; Hannah Lee, Edgren, def. Alexzy Scanlon 8-3.

Doubles — Souza-Zhang def. Singletary-Erler 6-3; Lozier-Lee def. Melia Okamoto and Morioka 6-4.

Wrestling

Guam

Saturday at Dededo

Boys

Guam High 34, George Washington 27

106 — Koa Deloach, GHS, by walkover; 113 — Kai Duenas, GHS, pin. Sherman Dong; 120 — Bruno Dudmaral, GHS, pin. Seth Miller; 126 — Not contested; 132 — Not contested; 138 — Tavion Duenas, GHS, pin. Landon Lamberston; 145 — Raidon Cruz, GW, pin. Lemmy Hearn; 152 — Noah Harris, GHS, tech. Seth Merfalen; 160 — Aethan Limin, GW, by walkover; 170 — Brian Hayes, GW, dec. Logan Messer; 182 — Miguel Cholymay, GW, by walkover; 195 — Landon Meno, GW, pin. Zeik Judd; 220 — Not contested; 285 — Kwesi Aniague, GHS, pin. Roman Sablan.

Guam 48, Okkodo 18

106 — Deloach by walkover; 113 — K. Duenas by walkover; 120 — Dudmaral pin. Alexander Aquilo; 126 — Not contested; 132 — Darrin Gose, OHS, by walkover; 138 — T. Duenas by walkover; 145 — Victor Babauta, GHS, pin. Jake Littlejohn; 152 — Harris pin. Eayken Gilmete; 160 — Christopher Tyquiengco, OHS, by walkover; 170 — Messer pin. Francisco Lanada; 182 — Ian Kim, OHS, by walkover; 195 — Caden Sankim, OHS, pin. Zeik Judd; 220 — Not contested; 285 — Aniague pin. Asuton Tyquiengco.

Girls

George Washington 42, Guam 18

97 — Destiny Cruz, GW, by walkover; 102 — Joenna Quintanilla, GW, by walkover; 107 — Cirie Hawkins, GHS, pin. Sheydan Charfous; 113 — Kyla Anderson, GW, by walkover; 119 — Zaira Leon Guerrero, GW, by walkover; 126 — Lorrianne Cavaco, GHS, pin. Sophia Limin; 134 — Kaila Castro, GHS, pin. Ariza Devera; 143 — Rylee Salas, GW, by walkover; 155 — Jony Flores, GW, by walkover; 168 — Keanilynn Flores, GW, by walkover; 184 — Shanity Siguenza, GW, by walkover; 235 — Tammie Cruz, GW, pin. Naomi McClure.

Yokota's Charlotte Rhyne and Erica Haas battle at the net with Robert D. Edgren's Genesis Miller during Saturday's DODEA-Japan volleyball match. The Panthers won in five sets, splitting their weekend series with the Eagles.

Yokota's Charlotte Rhyne and Erica Haas battle at the net with Robert D. Edgren's Genesis Miller during Saturday's DODEA-Japan volleyball match. The Panthers won in five sets, splitting their weekend series with the Eagles. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Yokota's Lilly Wellons spikes against Robert D. Edgren's Genesis Miller and Kaitlyn Willets during Saturday's DODEA-Japan volleyball match. The Panthers won in five sets, splitting their weekend series with the Eagles.

Yokota's Lilly Wellons spikes against Robert D. Edgren's Genesis Miller and Kaitlyn Willets during Saturday's DODEA-Japan volleyball match. The Panthers won in five sets, splitting their weekend series with the Eagles. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Yokota's Makayla Clouse and Robert D. Edgren's Kaitlyn Willets battle for the ball at the net during Saturday's DODEA-Japan volleyball match. The Panthers won in five sets, splitting their weekend series with the Eagles.

Yokota's Makayla Clouse and Robert D. Edgren's Kaitlyn Willets battle for the ball at the net during Saturday's DODEA-Japan volleyball match. The Panthers won in five sets, splitting their weekend series with the Eagles. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Yokota's Trinity Stegall spikes past the double block of Robert D. Edgren's Milan Bean and Zalea Washington during Saturday's DODEA-Japan volleyball match. The Panthers won in five sets, splitting their weekend series with the Eagles.

Yokota's Trinity Stegall spikes past the double block of Robert D. Edgren's Milan Bean and Zalea Washington during Saturday's DODEA-Japan volleyball match. The Panthers won in five sets, splitting their weekend series with the Eagles. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Robert D. Edgren's Zalea Washington spikes against Yokota's Erica Haas during Saturday's DODEA-Japan volleyball match. The Panthers won in five sets, splitting their weekend series with the Eagles.

Robert D. Edgren's Zalea Washington spikes against Yokota's Erica Haas during Saturday's DODEA-Japan volleyball match. The Panthers won in five sets, splitting their weekend series with the Eagles. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Osan's Shanaya Ungos goes up to spike against Taejon Christian during Saturday's Korea girls volleyball match. The Cougars won in four sets.

Osan's Shanaya Ungos goes up to spike against Taejon Christian during Saturday's Korea girls volleyball match. The Cougars won in four sets. (Brian McCollum/Special to Stripes)

Volleyball

Girls

South Korea

Daegu def. Korea International 13-25, 26-24, 25-22, 25-19

Saturday at Pangyo

Osan def. Seoul Foreign 17-25, 25-20, 26-24, 18-25, 17-15

Friday at Seoul

Kills — Cougars: Shanaya Ungos 7. Aces — Cougars: Angela Serrano 6. Digs — Cougars: Margaux Edquid 17. Assists — Cougars: Ungos 13.

Osan def. Taejon Christian 25-23, 23-25, 25-20, 25-19

Saturday at Osan Air Base

Kills — Cougars: Shanaya Ungos 8, Ashley Kim 8. Aces — Cougars: Angela Serrano 6. Digs — Cougars: Margaux Edquid 21. Assists — Cougars: Serrano 20.

Japan

King def. Perry 25-7, 25-13, 25-7

Saturday at Sasebo Naval Base

Kills — Cobras: Liz Turner 13, Sarah Goleman 7, Aileen FitzGerald 7, MacKinzi Dudley 6, Madylyn O’Neill 5. Assists — Cobras: Maliwan Schinker 13, O’Neill 10. Noteworthy — Cobras swept the weekend series from the Samurai to improve to 8-0.

Yokota def. Edgren 25-20, 15-25, 25-19, 14-25, 15-9

Saturday at Yokota Air Base

Kills — Panthers: Trinity Stegall 17, Charlotte Rhyne 7, Lilly Wellons 6; Eagles: Milan Bean 8, Samara Whitmore 5, Zalea Washington 5, Kaitlyn Willets 5. Block points — Eagles: Willets 4. Assists — Panthers: Brianna Moore 15, Emma Hardy 10; Eagles: Whitmore 7, Genesis Miller 5.

Edgren def. Yokota 25-16, 25-27, 25-23, 19-25, 15-12

Friday at Yokota Air Base

Kills — Panthers: Stegall 9; Eagles: Washington 6. Assists — Panthers: Hardy 7; Eagles: Miller 7. Block points — Eagles: Willets 3.

Dash DeSilva of Osan sends a spike over the net against Taejon Christian during Saturday's Korea boys volleyball match. The Cougars won in three sets.

Dash DeSilva of Osan sends a spike over the net against Taejon Christian during Saturday's Korea boys volleyball match. The Cougars won in three sets. (Brian McCollum/Special to Stripes)

Osan's Tzuriel Jennings goes up to spike against Taejon Christian during Saturday's Korea boys volleyball match. The Cougars won in three sets.

Osan's Tzuriel Jennings goes up to spike against Taejon Christian during Saturday's Korea boys volleyball match. The Cougars won in three sets. (Brian McCollum/Special to Stripes)

Boys

South Korea

Korea International def. Daegu 25-14, 25-19, 25-20

Saturday at Pangyo

Seoul International def. Daegu 25-15, 25-22, 25-22

Friday at Seongnam

Kills — Warriors: Kadin Marquez 6. Assists — Warriors: Marquez 6.

Osan def. Taejon Christian 25-21, 26-24, 25-23

Saturday at Osan Air Base

Kills — Cougars: Dash DeSilva 10, Tzuriel Jennings 10. Assists — Cougars: Zack Hernandez 27.

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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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