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Kubasaki's Risha McGriff spikes between Kadena's Liza Young and Gabby Money during Tuesday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons won in three sets to clinch their 18th straight island championship.

Kubasaki's Risha McGriff spikes between Kadena's Liza Young and Gabby Money during Tuesday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons won in three sets to clinch their 18th straight island championship. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

High school

Tennis

Okinawa

Thursday at Kadena Air Base

Boys

Kadena 2, Kubasaki 2

Singles — Evan Davis, Kadena, def. Josh Wall 8-2; Nathan Asato, Kadena, def. Owen Ruksc 8-3; Jacy Fisk, Kubasaki, def. Maddux Fisk 8-6; Sam Bierman, Kubasaki, def. Iain Stanley 8-4; Max Lundberg, Kubasaki, leads Steven Ryan 2-1, susp., rain.

Girls

Kadena 3, Kubasaki 0

Singles — Christine Ryan def. Ella Perez 8-4, Mary Tracy def. Lan Legros 8-6, Cathy Rice def. Lillian Law 8-4. Isabella Suber, Kubasaki, leads Megan Fife 3-2 (0-15), susp., rain; Jessica Blackston, Kubasaki, leads Destiny Richardson 1-1 (40-0), susp., rain.

Tuesday at Camp Foster

Boys

Kubasaki 2, Kadena 1

Doubles — Davis-Asato def. Ruksc-J. Fisk 8-2; Bierman-Wall def. Stanley-M. Fisk 8-1; Jesus Recinos and Lundberg, Kubasaki, def. Ryan and Tristian Troung 8-3.

Girls

Ryan-Tracy lead Perez-Legros 7-5, susp., rain; Law and Noemi Ung, Kubasaki, lead Richardson-Rice 5-4, susp., rain; Suber and Isabella Mabie, Kubasaki, lead Suni Mauricio and Emma Jones-Strong 2-0, susp., rain.

Japan

Tuesday at Camp Zama

Boys

Zama 5, Yokota 1

Singles — Zeman Davis, Yokota, def. Gabe Rayos 9-8 (7-3); Kai Fredenhall, Zama, def. Thomas Vogeley 8-5; Joseph Brown, Zama, def. Hyrum Wise 8-6; Sean Simpkins, Zama, def. William Rhyne 8-6.

Doubles — Rayos-Fredenhall def. Kai Patton and Jai Bailey 8-3; Brown-Simpkins def. Jayden Royster and Daniel Shirley 8-5.

Girls

Yokota 3, Zama 1

Singles — Jolie Nguyen, Zama, def. Julia Morioka 8-1; Taylor Zhang, Yokota, def. Jessie Teegarden 8-2; Giselle Pinard, Yokota, def. Hannah Bolin 8-3.

Doubles — Arisa Souza and Melia Okamoto, Yokota, def. Nguyen-Teegarden 8-2.

Tuesday at Tokyo

Boys

American School In Japan 5, Nile C. Kinnick 0

Singles — Dylan Law-Smith def. Joshua Yang 8-0, Kaisei Smith def. Jack Justice 8-0, Oliver Raffone def. Jake Szerlag 8-0.

Doubles — Yo Kano and Akshay Dattaguru def. Kennedy Hamilton and Alex Cato 8-0, Noah Chie and Issei Jacobson def. Jordan Ho and Noah Kruse 8-0.

Girls

ASIJ 4, Kinnick 1

Singles — Mia Hoffman, ASIJ, def. Emily Paul 8-1; Lina Chung, ASIJ, def. Aiisha Lashley 8-3; Alice Troutman, Kinnick, def. Brenna James 8-6.

Doubles — Mahima Dattaguru and Sriya Thota, ASIJ, def. Alise Walker and Olivia Laron 8-6; Koko Watanabe and Risa Bernier, ASIJ, def. Momoka Kerwin and Sophia Troutman 8-1.

Kadena's Gabby Money spikes against Kubasaki's Grace Berrens and Adria Lockhart during Tuesday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons won in three sets to seal their 18th straight island championship.

Kadena's Gabby Money spikes against Kubasaki's Grace Berrens and Adria Lockhart during Tuesday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons won in three sets to seal their 18th straight island championship. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Adria Lockhart, left, spikes against Kadena's Deniz Dussetschleger and Morgan Sayers during Tuesday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons won in three sets to capture their 18th straight island championship.

Kubasaki's Adria Lockhart, left, spikes against Kadena's Deniz Dussetschleger and Morgan Sayers during Tuesday's Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons won in three sets to capture their 18th straight island championship. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Volleyball

Girls

Okinawa

Kubasaki def. Kadena 25-15, 25-17, 25-9

Tuesday at Kadena Air Base

Kills — Dragons: Sophie Grubbs 11, Risha McGriff 7, Adria Lockhart 5; Panthers: Christina Kehe 5, Deniz Dussetschleger 5. Aces — Dragons: Annabelle Alvarado 11. Assists — Dragons: Grace Berrens 23; Panthers: Gabby Money 7, Bre Castillo 7. Noteworthy — Third victory for the Dragons in the five-match season series with the Panthers, clinching the island championship for the 18th time since 2003.

Japan

ASIJ def. Kinnick 25-14, 21-25, 21-25, 25-23, 15-13

Wednesday at Tokyo

Kills — Mustangs: Stephe Handte 12 in 18 attempts, Brianne Roberts 10 in 14 attempts; Red Devils: Mikaila Joi Miranda 14, Jenia Viles 11, Cierra San Nicolas 11. Digs — Red Devils: Lucy Mock 13, Viles 9, Miranda 9. Assists — Red Devils: Jillian Stevens 32.

Yokota def. St. Maur 25-16, 25-18, 25-14

Tuesday at Yokota Air Base

Kills — Panthers: Trinity Stegall 7.

South Korea

Osan def. Daegu 8-25, 25-13, 25-23

Wednesday at Osan Air Base

Golf

Okinawa

Thursday at Chibana Golf Course

(Individual match play)

Boys

Noah Williams, Kadena, vs. Aiden Hutton, Kubasaki, halved; Caleb Latour, Kubasaki, def. Alexander Purpura 5 and 3; Danny Contreras, Kubasaki, def. Kento Rathbone 4 and 3; Noah Ray, Kadena, def. John Ellis 2 and 1; Sebastian Dorelein, Kadena, def. Jason Glade 2 and 1; Carter Johnson, Kadena, vs. Brodie Romnek, Kubasaki, halved.

Girls

Hopper Tuigamala, Kubasaki, def. Emma Conroy 1 up; Julizka Aguirre, Kubasaki, def. Teiya Shepard-Savage 2 and 1; Baylee Smith, Kadena, def. Ashley Drechsler 2 up; Anabel Salgado, Kadena, def. Sophia Sodeleski 1 up; Katelyn Lininger, Kubasaki, def. Caroline Trowbridge 1 up; Chloe Milinao, Kadena, def. Leila Rodriguez 1 up.

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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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