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Navigating a morning downpour, Yokota's Richard Scheffler crosses the finish line first in Saturday's DODEA-Japan cross country race at Misawa Air Base. Scheffler was timed in 18 minutes, 26.4 seconds and the Panthers placed first in the boys team standings.

Navigating a morning downpour, Yokota's Richard Scheffler crosses the finish line first in Saturday's DODEA-Japan cross country race at Misawa Air Base. Scheffler was timed in 18 minutes, 26.4 seconds and the Panthers placed first in the boys team standings. (David Shepherd/Special to Stripes)

High school

Cross country

Japan

Saturday at Misawa Air Base

(3.12-mile course)

Boys

Yokota 18, Zama 47, Robert D. Edgren 63

1, Richard Scheffler, Yokota, 18 minutes, 26.4 seconds; 2, Davi ShimaEnesDe, Yokota, 18:34.4; 3, Atticus Gray, Yokota, 18:36.4; 4, Gabriel Escalera, Zama, 18:46.3; 5, Julian Chuckrey, Yokota, 19:54.0; 6, Andrew Schwehr, Edgren, 20:03.6; 7, Rocco Overton, Yokota, 20:07.9; 8, Ryder Lavine, Zama, 20:25.9; 9, Ryan Hawkins, Edgren, 20:28.3; 10, Marcelo Escalera, Zama, 20:42.7.

Girls

Yokota 28, Zama 28, Edgren incomplete

1, Liliana Fennessey, Zama, 20 minutes, 38.2 seconds; 2, Hailey Erler, Edgren, 22:50.8; 3, Rebecca Brough, Yokota, 23:06.2; 4, Ann Marie Steele Flores, Zama, 23:48.6; 5, Hazel Gray, Yokota, 24:42.7; 6, Chloe Cunningham, Yokota, 24:59.3; 7, Mia Perusich, Zama, 25:09.5; 8, Avery Pilch, Zama, 25:39.7; 9, Nikki Hsu, Yokota, 25:39.9; 10, Reese Overton, Yokota, 25:45.1

Running through a heavy morning downpour, Zama’s Liliana Fennessey crosses the finish line first during Saturday’s DODEA-Japan cross country race at Misawa Air Base. Fennessey was timed in 20 minutes, 38.2 seconds and the Trojans tied Yokota for top spot in the team standings.

Running through a heavy morning downpour, Zama’s Liliana Fennessey crosses the finish line first during Saturday’s DODEA-Japan cross country race at Misawa Air Base. Fennessey was timed in 20 minutes, 38.2 seconds and the Trojans tied Yokota for top spot in the team standings. (David Shepherd/Special to Stripes)

Yokota's Nikki Hsu and Zama's Avery Pilch run through the rain during Saturday's DODEA-Japan cross country race. Pilch placed eighth and Hsu ninth.

Yokota's Nikki Hsu and Zama's Avery Pilch run through the rain during Saturday's DODEA-Japan cross country race. Pilch placed eighth and Hsu ninth. (David Shepherd/Special to Stripes)

Yokota's Atticus Gray and Davi ShimaEnesDe and Zama's Gabriel Escalera navigate a turn during Saturday's DODEA-Japan cross-country race. ShimaEnesDe took second place, Gray third and Escalera fourth.

Yokota's Atticus Gray and Davi ShimaEnesDe and Zama's Gabriel Escalera navigate a turn during Saturday's DODEA-Japan cross-country race. ShimaEnesDe took second place, Gray third and Escalera fourth. (David Shepherd/Special to Stripes)

Saturday at Tama Hills Recreation Center

(3.12-mile course)

Boys

American School In Japan 26, St. Mary’s 31

ASIJ 17, St. Maur 45

1, William Beardsley, St. Mary’s, 15 minutes, 59.9 seconds; 2, Kai Lilijequist, ASIJ, 16:59.4; 3, Mason Macek, ASIJ, 17:34.5; 4, Simon Nakamura, Christian Academy Japan, 17:46.9; 5, Hinoto Tanaka, ASIJ, 17:48.6; 6, Jim Johnson, St. Maur, 17:52.8; 7, Jong In Lee, St. Mary’s, 18:09.1; 8, Franklin Richter, St. Mary’s, 18:09.6; 9, Kairi Mano, St. Mary’s, 18:10.1; 10, Eigen Schinaman, ASIJ, 18:10.6.

Girls

ASIJ 26, Seisen 31

ASIJ 15, St. Maur incomplete

Seisen 15, Christian Academy Japan incomplete

Sacred Heart 15, St. Maur incomplete

1, Sofia Sato, ISSH, 19 minutes, 44.7 seconds; 2, Payton Osborne, ISSH, 20:34.6; 3, Annika Elstrom, ASIJ, 20:38.2; 4, Chloe McCormick, ASIJ, 21:44.5; 5, Ashley Grantham, Seisen, 22:10.7; 6, Yuki Konomi, ISSH, 22:46.4; 7, Julia Schouw, ASIJ, 22:58.3; 8, Anastasia Poliakova, ISSH, 23:29.3; 9, Aiko Dambara, Seisen, 23:31.1; 10, Leesze Wei, Seisen, 23:36.2.

Falcon Invitational

Saturday at Kobe

(3.12-mile course)

Boys

1, Tyler Gaines, Matthew C. Perry, 17 minutes, 7 seconds; 2, Vedin Laine, Yokohama International, 17:09; 3, Mavrick Kentz, Nile C. Kinnick, 17:31; 4, Leo Heading, Canadian Academy, 18:29; 5, Soul Vessels, Kinnick, 18:38; 6, Aryann Jhaveri, CA, 19:01; 7, Zenzo Sofuku, YIS, 19:09; 8, Rayden Urena, Kinnick, 19:12; 9, Zenon Ouellette, YIS, 19:18; 10, Jude Cutler, E.J. King, 19:18.

Girls

1, Jane Williams, Perry, 20 minutes, 53 seconds; 2, Mia Bartram, Kinnick, 20:57; 3, Ava Pendley, Perry, 22:03; 4, Jasmin Williams, Kinnick, 22:15; 5, Victoria Justice, Kinnick, 22:27; 6, Kyra Brownd, Kinnick, 22:39; 7, Rosie McGrath, E.J. King, 23:37; 8, Anna Braback-Labrad, Canadian Academy, 24:05; 9, Annabelle DuBose, Kinnick, 24:14; 10, Julia Angelinas, Kinnick, 24:15.

E.J. King's Antonio Diaz hits a forehand against Matthew C. Perry's Zack Cruz during Saturday's DODEA-Japan tennis matches. Diaz won 6-4.

E.J. King's Antonio Diaz hits a forehand against Matthew C. Perry's Zack Cruz during Saturday's DODEA-Japan tennis matches. Diaz won 6-4. (Sera Shimakura/Special to Stripes)

Matthew C. Perry's Ren Foslin hits a forehand return against E.J. King's Kana Fisher during Saturday's DODEA-Japan tennis matches. Foslin won 6-2.

Matthew C. Perry's Ren Foslin hits a forehand return against E.J. King's Kana Fisher during Saturday's DODEA-Japan tennis matches. Foslin won 6-2. (Sera Shimakura/Special to Stripes)

E.J. King's Joanna Hall hits a backhand against Matthew C. Perry's Ivanelis Nieves-Bermudez during Saturday's DODEA-Japan tennis matches. Nieves-Bermudez won 6-2.

E.J. King's Joanna Hall hits a backhand against Matthew C. Perry's Ivanelis Nieves-Bermudez during Saturday's DODEA-Japan tennis matches. Nieves-Bermudez won 6-2. (Sera Shimakura/Special to Stripe)

Tennis

Japan

Friday and Saturday at Sasebo Naval Base

Boys

King 10, Perry 2

Singles — Max Bailey, Perry, def. Joseph Barrett 6-0; Layne Mayer, Perry, def. Christian Garcia 7-5; David Axsom, King, def. Jalen Cobb 6-4; Matthew Long, King, def. Jason Link 6-0; Antonio Diaz, King, def. Zack Cruz 6-4; Jacob Ferrer, King, def. Sean O’Brien 6-3; Neo Purificacion, King, def. Hafiz Nurudin Watley 6-0; John Crockett, King, def. Gavin DeGuzman 6-3.

Doubles — Axsom-Amin Alipourkashki def. Bailey-Mayer 9-7, Barrett-Garcia def. Cobb-Cruz 8-2; Purificacion-Diaz def. Link-O’Brien 8-0; Ferrer-Crockett def. DeGuzman-Hafiz Nurudin Watley 8-1.

Girls

Perry 9, King 3

Singles — Miu Best, King, def. Julie Apperson 6-1; Moa Best, King, def. Nina Altig 6-0; Cecilia Campbell, Perry, def. Luna Goleman 6-2; Sera Shimakura, Perry, def. Sana Dowty 6-2; Sasha Malone, Perry, def. Amanda Normandin 6-1; Maria Alvarez, Perry, def. Erin Monto 6-0; Ivanelis Nieves-Bermudez, Perry, def. Joanna Hall 6-2; Ren Foslin, Perry, def. Kana Fisher 6-2.

Doubles — Mi. Best-Goleman def. Apperson-Altif 9-7; Campbell-Shimakura def. Mo. Best-Dowty 8-5; Malone-Alvarez def. Normandin-Fisher 8-4; Nievas-Bermudez-Foslin def. Monto-Hall 8-2.

South Korea

Saturday at Camp Walker

Boys

Seoul International 5, Daegu 0

Singles — William Kim def. Beckham Clites 8-1, Eric Kim def. Jason Won 8-1, Alex Cho def. Daniel Son 8-3.

Doubles — Edward Yoon and Brian Ji def. David Evans and Evan Son 8-1, SIS by walkover.

Girls

Seoul International 5, Daegu 0

Singles — Amber Cheun def. Ella Sims 8-3, Seojin Park def. Emma Sims 8-6, Jiyoon Lee def. Gianna Tak 8-3.

Doubles — Lauren Kim and Dayeon Han def. Samantha Jones and Nina McGrath 8-0, Seogmin Jeong and Ashley Choi def. Seunglee Davis and Irene Won 8-2.

Nile C. Kinnick's Mikaila Joi Miranda tries to hit through the double block of Robert D. Edgren's Samara Whitmore and Kaitlyn Willets during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls volleyball match. The Eagles won in four sets to split the weekend series with the Red Devils.

Nile C. Kinnick's Mikaila Joi Miranda tries to hit through the double block of Robert D. Edgren's Samara Whitmore and Kaitlyn Willets during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls volleyball match. The Eagles won in four sets to split the weekend series with the Red Devils. (James Kimber/Special to Stripes)

Robert D. Edgren's Genesis Miller, Milan Bean and Katerina Sili celebrate their four-set victory Saturday over Nile C. Kinnick in a DODEA-Japan girls volleyball match. The Eagles and Red Devils split their two weekend matches.

Robert D. Edgren's Genesis Miller, Milan Bean and Katerina Sili celebrate their four-set victory Saturday over Nile C. Kinnick in a DODEA-Japan girls volleyball match. The Eagles and Red Devils split their two weekend matches. (James Kimber/Special to Stripes)

Nile C. Kinnick's Ja'lilah Brice prepares to spike against Robert D. Edgren's Kaitlyn Willets during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls volleyball match. The Eagles won in four sets to split their weekend sereies with the Red Devils.

Nile C. Kinnick's Ja'lilah Brice prepares to spike against Robert D. Edgren's Kaitlyn Willets during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls volleyball match. The Eagles won in four sets to split their weekend sereies with the Red Devils. (James Kimber/Special to Stripes)

Osan's Margaux Edquid bumps the ball during Saturday's DODEA-Korea girls volleyball match at Humphreys. The Blackhawks won in five sets.

Osan's Margaux Edquid bumps the ball during Saturday's DODEA-Korea girls volleyball match at Humphreys. The Blackhawks won in five sets. (Brian McCollum/Special to Stripes)

Volleyball

Girls

South Korea

Humphreys def. Osan 25-14, 25-18, 20-25, 23-25, 15-8

Saturday at Camp Humphreys

Kills — Blackhawks: Bella Pula 10, Sabra Wrightsil 8; Cougars: Ashley Kim 7. Aces — Blackhawks: Naomi Peoples 5; Cougars: Shanaya Ungos 9. Digs — Blackhawks: Pula 7, Reyann Peterman 5; Cougars: Margaux Edquid 18. Assists — Blackhawks: Key Yandall 12, Peoples 9; Cougars: Ungos 8.

Daegu def. Seoul International 18-25, 26-24, 25-18, 25-22

Saturday at Camp Walker

Korea International def. Daegu 20-25, 22-25, 25-18, 25-22, 15-13

Friday at Camp Walker

Osan def. Chadwick 23-25, 25-18, 25-21, 25-17

Friday at Osan Air Base

Kills — Cougars: Shayana Ungos 12. Aces — Cougars: Ashley Kim 7. Digs — Cougars: Margaux Edquid 10. Assists — Cougars: Angela Serrano 36.

Japan

Edgren def. Kinnick 25-16, 11-25, 26-24, 25-23

Saturday at Yokosuka Naval Base

Kills — Red Devils: Mikaila Joi Miranda 6, Jenia Viles 6. Aces — Red Devils: Leona Turner 5. Digs — Eagles: Maliyah Magat 7; Red Devils: Lucy Mock 10, Miranda 7. Assists — Eagles: Magat 8, Genesis Miller 5; Red Devils: Jillian Stevens 26. Block points — Red Devils: Cierra San Nicolas 3. Noteworthy — The teams split their weekend DODEA-Japan series.

King def. Perry 25-11, 25-7, 25-16

Saturday at Sasebo Naval Base

Kills — Cobras: Liz Turner 12, McKinzi Dudley 7. Aces — Cobras: Madylyn O’Neill 5. Digs — Cobras: Turner 11, O’Neill 8, Kaylee Albilan 7; Samurai: Towa Absmeyer 5. Assists — Cobras: Maliwan Schinker 14; Samurai: Chelsea Campbell 6, Haleigh Quinn 5. Noteworthy — Cobras improved to 10-0 on the season, one of two unbeaten teams in Japan, the other Seisen.

Humphreys' GianCarlo Rivera spikes against the double block of Osan's M.J. Seibert and Zack Hernandez during Saturday's DODEA-Korea boys volleyball match. The Cougars won in five sets.

Humphreys' GianCarlo Rivera spikes against the double block of Osan's M.J. Seibert and Zack Hernandez during Saturday's DODEA-Korea boys volleyball match. The Cougars won in five sets. (Micah Skiles/Special to Stripes)

Humphreys' Kaleb Jett tries to send the ball past Osan's T'zuriel Jennings and M.J. Seibert during Saturday's DODEA-Korea boys volleyball match. The Cougars won in five sets.

Humphreys' Kaleb Jett tries to send the ball past Osan's T'zuriel Jennings and M.J. Seibert during Saturday's DODEA-Korea boys volleyball match. The Cougars won in five sets. (Micah Skiles/Special to Stripes)

Osan's Dash DeSilva prepares to spike against Humphreys during Saturday's DODEA-Korea boys volleyball match. The Cougars won in five sets.

Osan's Dash DeSilva prepares to spike against Humphreys during Saturday's DODEA-Korea boys volleyball match. The Cougars won in five sets. (Brian McCollum/Special to Stripes)

Osan's T'zuriel Jennings taps the ball over tne net against Humphreys during Saturday's DODEA-Korea boys volleyball match. The Cougars won in five sets.

Osan's T'zuriel Jennings taps the ball over tne net against Humphreys during Saturday's DODEA-Korea boys volleyball match. The Cougars won in five sets. (Brian McCollum/Special to Stripes)

Boys

South Korea

Osan def. Humphreys 11-25, 25-18, 25-18, 16-25, 15-10

Saturday at Camp Humphreys

Kills — Cougars: T’zuriel Jennings 15 in 29 attempts, M.J. Seibert 10 kills in 18 attempts, Dash DeSilva 9 kills in 24 attempts; Blackhawks: Joseph Park 6. Digs — Cougars: DeSilva 16; Blackhawks: Kanon Morrison 6. Assists — Cougars: Zack Hernandez 35.

Seoul International def. Daegu 25-17, 25-14, 25-18

Saturday at Camp Walker

Aces — Warriors: Kadin Marquez 5.

Chadwick def. Osan 25-14, 25-16, 25-9

Friday at Osan Air Base

Assists — Cougars: Hernandez 8. Digs — Cougars: DeSilva 7.

Korea International def. Daegu 25-23, 25-23, 25-14

Friday at Camp Walker

Kills — Warriors: Marquez 8. Aces — Warriors: Marquez 7.

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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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