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Nile C. Kinnick's Mikaila Joi Miranda spikes between American School In Japan's Aisha Rakyan and Maya Durkee during Tuesday's Kanto Plain volleyball match. The Red Devils won in five sets.

Nile C. Kinnick's Mikaila Joi Miranda spikes between American School In Japan's Aisha Rakyan and Maya Durkee during Tuesday's Kanto Plain volleyball match. The Red Devils won in five sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

High school

Golf

South Korea

Wednesday at Camp Walker

(Match play, white tees, 5,020-yard, par-72)

Boys

(18 holes)

Group 1 — Mitchel Petros, Humphreys, def. Alejandro Figueroa, Osan, 10 and 8; Match Diehl of Daegu placed third.

Group 2 — Hugo Oweling, Humphreys, def. Joseph Slayton, Osan, 10 and 8; Andrew Im of Daegu placed third.

Group 3 — Trevor Yi, Humphreys, def. Silas Kunnas, Humphreys, 2 and 1; Cash Young of Osan placed third and Max Lim of Daegu fourth.

Group 4 — Duncan Pickering, Humphreys, def. Noah Hoback, Osan, 10 and 8.

Girls

(Nine holes)

Group 1 — Kate Wahlgren, Humphreys, def. Anna Hager, Daegu, 1 up; Jazmyne Villagomez of Osan, placed third.

Group 2 — Emily Hager, Daegu, def. Grace Pak, Osan, 4 and 2; Cyan Utley of Humphreys placed third.

Group 3 — Natalie Patton, Humphreys, def. Ava Sims, Daegu, 2 and 1.

Group 4 — Jasmin Harris, Humphreys, def. Sarah Alvarado, Humphreys, 4 and 2.

Noteworthy — Kunnas scored a hole in one on the 78-yard, par-3 sixth hole.

Kadena's Carter Johnson tees off on the 246-yard, par-4 fifth hole at Banyan Tree Golf Course, Kadena Air Base, during Thursday's golf matches. The defending island champion placed first with 22 points using the modified Stableford scoring system.

Kadena's Carter Johnson tees off on the 246-yard, par-4 fifth hole at Banyan Tree Golf Course, Kadena Air Base, during Thursday's golf matches. The defending island champion placed first with 22 points using the modified Stableford scoring system. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Daniel Contreras blasts out of a bunker on the 155-yard, par-3 sixth hole at Banyan Tree Golf Course, Kadena Air Base, during Thursday's golf matches. Contreras finished second with 21 points using the modified Stableford scoring system.

Kubasaki's Daniel Contreras blasts out of a bunker on the 155-yard, par-3 sixth hole at Banyan Tree Golf Course, Kadena Air Base, during Thursday's golf matches. Contreras finished second with 21 points using the modified Stableford scoring system. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Okinawa

Thursday at Kadena Air Base,

(Modified Stableford scoring system, red tees, 5,013-yard, par-72)

Boys

Kadena 92, Kubasaki 76

Carter Johnson, Kadena 22; Daniel Contreras, Kubasaki 21; Caleb Latour, Kubasaki 18; Alexander Purpura, Kadena 18; Sebastian Portillo, Kadena 18; Matthew Burn, Kubasaki 18; Brodie Romnek, Kubasaki 16; Kento Rathbone, Kadena 15; Sebastian Dorelien, Kadena 15; Briggs Johnson, Kadena 13; Noah Williams, Kadena 11; David McCoin, Kadena 11; Noah Ray, Kadena 6; Broderik Nansen, Kadena 5; Jason Glade, Kubasaki 3; John Ellis, Kubasaki 0.

Girls

Kadena 37, Kubasaki 25

Emma Conroy, Kadena 12; Julizka Aguirre, Kubasaki 9; Teiya Savage, Kadena 7; Anabel Salgado, Kadena 6; Hopper Tuigamala, Kubasaki 6; Baylee Smith, Kadena 5; Rylan Swanson, Kadena 5; Caroline Trowbridge, Kadena 4; Ashley Drechsler, Kubasaki 4; Kanyon Kupfer, Kadena 3; Tristian Diaz, Kadena 3; Minh Nguyen, Kadena 3; Isabella Woolen, Kadena 2; Sophia Sokolowski, Kubasaki 2; Leila Rodriguez, Kubasaki 2; Chloe Millnao, Kadena 1; Angel Nededog, Kadena 0.

Kadena's Nathan Asato hits a forehand return against Kubasaki during Thursday's Okinawa mixed-doubles tennis matches. Asato and partner Mary Tracy beat Owen Ruksc and Noemi Ung 8-5.

Kadena's Nathan Asato hits a forehand return against Kubasaki during Thursday's Okinawa mixed-doubles tennis matches. Asato and partner Mary Tracy beat Owen Ruksc and Noemi Ung 8-5. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Megan Fife hits a backhand return against Kubasaki during Thursday's Okinawa mixed-doubles tennis matches. Fife and partner Iain Stanley lost 8-6 to Kubasaki's Sam Bierman and Lillian Law.

Kadena's Megan Fife hits a backhand return against Kubasaki during Thursday's Okinawa mixed-doubles tennis matches. Fife and partner Iain Stanley lost 8-6 to Kubasaki's Sam Bierman and Lillian Law. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Owen Ruksc leaps to make an overhead smash against Kadena during Thursday's Okinawa mixed-doubles matches. Ruksc and partner Noemi Ung lost to the Panthers' Nathan Asato and Mary Tracy 8-5.

Kubasaki's Owen Ruksc leaps to make an overhead smash against Kadena during Thursday's Okinawa mixed-doubles matches. Ruksc and partner Noemi Ung lost to the Panthers' Nathan Asato and Mary Tracy 8-5. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Tennis

Okinawa

Thursday at Camp Foster

Kadena 3, Kubasaki 3

Mixed doubles — Nathan Asato and Mary Tracy, Kadena, def. Owen Ruksc and Noemi Ung 8-5; Evan Davis and Christine Ryan, Kadena, def. Jacy Fisk and Ella Perez 8-4; Sam Bierman and Lillian Law, Kubasaki, def. Iain Stanley and Megan Fife 8-6; Micah Berry and Cathy Rice, Kadena, def. Max Lundberg and Jessica Blackston 8-3; Josh Wall and Faith Reilly, Kubasaki, def. Maddux Fisk and Suni Mauricio 8-6; Jesus Recinos and Isabella Mabie, Kubasaki, def. Steven Ryan and Destiny Richardson 9-7.

Cross country

South Korea

Wednesday at Daejeon

(3.12-mile course)

Boys

Humphreys 21, Taejon Christian 39

Seoul Foreign 20, Humphreys 42

Daegu 28, Korea Kent Foreign 28

Gyeonggi Suwon 21, Chadwick 38

Cheongna Dalton 26, Daegu 29

Seoul Foreign 20, Gyeonggi Suwon 43

1, Sam Wood, Osan, 18 minutes, 48.5 seconds; 2, Drew Wahlgren, Humphreys, 19:01.6; 3, Yuito Kimura, GSIS, 20:17.0; 4, Lance Jones, SFS, 20:27.0; 5, Angus Kett, SFS, 20:18.1; 6, Abur Rohman Tojahmedov, Dwight School of Seoul, 20:46.5; 7, Andy Lee, TCIS, 21:18.6, 8, Emmett Hill, Chadwick, 21:39.1; 9, Cat Van, SFS, 21:43.3; 10, Alex Yeum, SFS, 21:54.2.

Girls

Gyeonggi Suwon 27, Taejon Christian 30

Seoul Foreign 21, Humphreys 38

Humphreys 15, Korea Kent Foreign 50

Gyeonggi Suwon 27, Chadwick 28

Humphreys 19, Dwight School of Seoul 44

Gyeonggi Suwon 24, Cheongna Dalton 32

1, Madeline Payne, SFS, 22 minutes, 15.2 seconds; 2, Dominique Sustarsic, SFS, 24:15.8; 3, Megan Lozneanu, SFS, 24:24.4; 4, Rachel Lee, Chadwick, 24:30.4; 5, Hanna Chung, Humphreys, 24:38.4; 6, Lily Fuji, Dwight, 25:56.3; 7, Samantha Dales, Humphreys, 26:00.3; 8, Lily Nicholas, Humphreys, 26:16.8; 9, Olivia Ha, SFS, 26:47.1; 10, Chloe Weatherwax, Osan, 26:54.8.

Nile C. Kinnick's Cierra San Nicolas spikes against American School In Japan's Lily Stone-Bourgeois during Tuesday's Kanto Plain volleyball match. The Red Devils won in five sets.

Nile C. Kinnick's Cierra San Nicolas spikes against American School In Japan's Lily Stone-Bourgeois during Tuesday's Kanto Plain volleyball match. The Red Devils won in five sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Nile C. Kinnick's Tristyn Hatcher goes up to block a shot by American School In Japan's Sachika Nagaoka during Tuesday's Kanto Plain volleyball match. The Red Devils won in five sets.

Nile C. Kinnick's Tristyn Hatcher goes up to block a shot by American School In Japan's Sachika Nagaoka during Tuesday's Kanto Plain volleyball match. The Red Devils won in five sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Nile C. Kinnick's Jenia Viles spikes between American School In Japan's Emm Liu and Brianne Roberts during Tuesday's Kanto Plain volleyball match. The Red Devils won in five sets.

Nile C. Kinnick's Jenia Viles spikes between American School In Japan's Emm Liu and Brianne Roberts during Tuesday's Kanto Plain volleyball match. The Red Devils won in five sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Nile C. Kinnick's Cierra San Nicolas battles at the net against American School In Japan's Lily Stone-Bourgeois and Sachika Nagaoka during Tuesday's Kanto Plain volleyball match. The Red Devils won in five sets.

Nile C. Kinnick's Cierra San Nicolas battles at the net against American School In Japan's Lily Stone-Bourgeois and Sachika Nagaoka during Tuesday's Kanto Plain volleyball match. The Red Devils won in five sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Volleyball

Girls

Japan

Nile C. Kinnick def. Yokohama International 25-9, 25-17, 25-8

Wednesday at Yokosuka Naval Base

Kills — Red Devils: Mikaila Joi Miranda 9, Cierra San Nicolas 6. Aces — Red Devils: San Nicolas 5. Digs — Red Devils: Miranda 8. Assists — Red Devils: Jillian Stevens 23.

Kinnick def. American School In Japan 22-25, 25-16, 26-28, 25-21, 15-6

Tuesday at Yokosuka Naval Base

Kills — Red Devils: Miranda 14, Jenia Viles 12; Mustangs: Sachika Nagaoka 10, Steph Handte 7. Aces — Mustangs: Nagaoka 7. Assists — Red Devils: Stevens 26; Mustangs: Emi Matsumoto 13, Maya Moses 10. Digs — Red Devils: Lucy Mock 6. Block points — Red Devils: Ja’lilah Brice 4; Mustangs: Lily Stone-Bourgeois 3.

Zama def. Sacred Heart 22-25, 25-22, 25-20, 22-25, 15-4

Tuesday at Camp Zama

Kills — Trojans: Nina Sakamoto-Flack 8, Emma Sakamoto-Flack 5, Kierstyn Aumua 5. Aces — Trojans: Remi Sherratt 12, E. Sakamoto Flack 8, Isabella Rivera Munoz 6. Assists — Trojans: Sherratt 15, Lyndsey So 13. Digs — Trojans: Rivera Munoz 7. Block points — Trojans: Kaitlynn McAbee 5.

Yokota def. Christian Academy Japan 25-12, 25-22, 25-20

Tuesday at Tokyo

Kills — Panthers: Trinity Stegall 5.

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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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