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Golf

Okinawa

Thursday at Gushikawa

(Modified Stableford scoring)

Boys

Kadena 77, Kubasaki 51

Carter Johnson, Kadena, 18; Caleb Latour, Kubasaki, 16; Brodie Romnek, Kubasaki, 16; Kento Rathbone, Kadena, 15; Sebastian Dorelein, Kadena 13; Alexander Purpura, Kadena, 13; Noah Williams, Kadena, 11; Danny Contreras, Kubasaki, 10; Broderik Nansen, Kadena, 8; Sebastian Portillo, Kadena, 7; David McCoin, Kadena, 4; Jason Glade, Kubasaki, 4; Aiden Hutton, Kubasaki, 4; Tristan Diaz, Kadena, 2; John Ellis, Kubasaki, 1.

Girls

Kadena 37, Kubasaki 28

Emma Conroy, Kadena, 14; Julizka Aguirre, Kubasaki, 12; Baylee Smith, Kadena, 9; Rylan Swanson, Kadena, 8; Anabel Salgado, Kadena, 6; Ashley Drechsler, Kubasaki, 6; Hopper Tuigamala, Kubasaki, 6; Katelyn Lininger, Kubasaki, 4; Caroline Trowbridge, Kadena, 4; Kanyon Kupfer, Kadena, 3; Angel Nededog, Kadena, 2; Chloe Millnao, Kadena, 1; Leila Rodriguez, Kubasaki, 0.

Kadena's Joseph Dluzeski makes his way toward the finish of Friday's Okinawa cross country meet at Camp Foster. Dluzeski won the race and stayed unbeaten on the season.

Kadena's Joseph Dluzeski makes his way toward the finish of Friday's Okinawa cross country meet at Camp Foster. Dluzeski won the race and stayed unbeaten on the season. (Heather Mendoza/Special to Stripes)

Cross country

Okinawa

Friday at Camp Foster

(3.12-mile course)

Boys

Kadena 19, Kubasaki 53, Okinawa Christian 77, Zion Christian 103

1, Joseph Dluzeski, Kadena, 18 minutes, 11.12 seconds; 2, Bayden Francis, Kadena, 18:30.8; 3, Andy Qi, OCSI, 18:34.01; 4, Jerimiah Henley, Kadena, 19:21.74; 5, Eamon Challinor, Kadena, 19:24.60; 6, Joachim Killian, Kubasaki, 19:29.07; 7, Malik Fulton, Kadena, 19:37.13; 8, Dresden Johnson, Kadena, 19:47.96; 9, Skylar Dluzeski, Kadena, 19:51.96; 10, Miles Trowbridge, Kadena, 19:53.08.

Girls

Kadena 24, Kubasaki, 36, Okinawa Christian incomplete

1, Makayla Saeteurn, Kubasaki, 21 minutes, 9.22 seconds; 2, Jolyn Botes, Kadena, 22:00.49; 3, Bella Clark, Kubasaki, 22:14.80; 4, Karise Johnson, Kadena, 23:10.98; 5, Mia Bella Gonzalez, Kadena, 23:17.34; 6, Katie Miller, Kadena, 24:07.81; 7, Kaci Call, Kadena, 24:35.13; 8, Brooke Brewer, Kadena, 24:52.75; 9, Reighlyn Kissick, Kubasaki, 25:32.87; 10, Sophia Fineman, Kadena, 25:38.33.

Tennis

South Korea

Friday at Camp Humphreys

Boys

Seoul Foreign 4, Humphreys 1

Singles — Sean Choo, Humphreys, def. Davis Kil 8-3; Isaak Kang, SFS, def. Elliott Lee 8-5; Nathan Park, SFS, def. Dylan Byun 8-3.

Doubles — Aiden Suh and Ryan Suh, SFS, def. J. Flannery and B. Carson 8-2; Sam Roberts and Andrew Rhee, SFS, def. M. Jensen and L. Yazzi 8-3.

Girls

Seoul Foreign 5, Humphreys 0

Singles — Erin Kim def. Naomi Choi 8-4, Seohyun Cho def. Adeline Kim 8-2, Yeonjae Choi def. Anna Reynolds 8-0.

Doubles — Elin Chun and Yejin Kang def. Erin Ji and Grace Son 8-1, Arisha Fatma and Ashley Hong def. Claire Dehner and Annabelle Ko 8-2.

Volleyball

Girls

South Korea

Humphreys def. Seoul Foreign 25-17, 27-25, 23-25, 25-19

Friday at Seoul

Kills — Blackhawks: Sabra Wrightsil 9, Bella Pula 8, Alex Tabaquero 6. Aces — Blackhawks: Reyna Peterman 5, Pula 5. Digs — Blackhawks: Vassilka Sigrah 10, Pula 9, Peterman 6. Assists — Blackhawks: Key Yandall 6.

Japan

E.J. King def. Yokota 25-9, 25-7, 25-9

Friday at Sasebo Naval Base

Kills — Cobras: Liz Turner 14, Madylyn O’Neill 10. Digs — Cobras: O’Neill 12, Aileen FitzGerald 9. Assists — Cobras: Maliwan Schinker 15, Kaitlyn Mapa 12.

Zama def. Robert D. Edgren 25-17, 25-15, 24-26, 25-13

Friday at Camp Zama

Kills — Trojans: Kierstyn Aumua 16. Aces — Trojans: Aumua 6. Digs — Trojans: Isabella Rivera Munoz 6. Assists — Trojans: Remi Sherratt 20, Lyndsey So 10. Block points — Trojans: Kaitlynn McAbee 5.

Nile C. Kinnick def. Matthew C. Perry 25-20, 25-21, 25-21

Friday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni

Kills — Red Devils: Jenia Viles 11, Mikayla Joi Miranda 7. Aces — Red Devils: Viles 7. Digs — Red Devils: Viles 9, Miranda 9; Samurai: Towa Albsmeyer 8. Assists — Red Devils: Jillian Stevens 28; Samurai: Chelsea Campbell 5.

Boys

South Korea

Seoul Foreign def. Humphreys 25-12, 25-11, 25-17

Friday at Seoul

Kills — Blackhawks: Joseph Park 8. Aces — Blackhawks: Park 6. Digs — Blackhawks: Kanon Morrison 7. Assists — Blackhawks: Jonathan Park 6.

Gyeonggi Suwon def. Daegu 25-21, 25-13, 25-21

Friday at Camp Walker

Taejon Christian def. Osan 25-15, 25-18, 25-18

Friday at Daejeon

Kills — Cougars: T’zuriel Jennings 5, M.J. Siebert 5. Assists — Cougars: Zack Hernandez 17. Digs — Cougars: Dash DeSilva 8.

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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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