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Yokota's Will Rhyne slaps a forehand return during his 6-1 singles victory over Matthew C. Perry's Jalen Cobb on Saturday.

Yokota's Will Rhyne slaps a forehand return during his 6-1 singles victory over Matthew C. Perry's Jalen Cobb on Saturday. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

High school

Cross country

South Korea

Saturday at Taejon Christian

(3.12-mile course)

Boys

Humphreys 25, Seoul Foreign 30

Gyeonggi Suwon 22, Taejon Christian 36

Chadwick 28, Gyeonngi Suwon 31

Seoul Foreign 22, Gyeonggi Suwon 35

Cheongna Dalton 25, Korea Kent Foreign 31

Daegu 27, Cheongna Dalton 31

1, Sam Wood, Osan American, 17 minutes, 32.6 seconds; 2, Drew Wahlgren, Humphreys, 18:19.7; 3, Yuito Kimura, GSIS, 19:33.0; 4, Lance Jones, SFS, 19:54.2; 5, Andy Lee, TCIS, 20:14.2; 6, Kam Verell, Humphreys, 20:28.1; 7, Angus Kett, SFS, 20:35.1; 8, Joseph Kim, SFS, 20:47.2; 9, Todd Robinson, Humphreys, 20:51.8; 10, Gauge Flores, Humphreys, 20:52.6.

Girls

Humphreys 15, Gyeonggi Suwon 46

Seoul Foreign 19, Humphreys 39

Chadwick 25, Taejon Christian 34

Gyeonggi Suwon 25, Cheongna Dalton 32

Taejon Christian 24, Gyeonggi Suwon 31

Seoul Foreign 18, Chadwick l 45

1, Madeline Payne, SFS, 21 minutes, 1 second; 2, Dominuqie Sustarsic, SFS, 22:20; 3, Rachel Lee, Chadwick, 23:00; 4, Hanna Chung, Humphreys, 23:05; 5, Megan Lozneanu, SFS, 23:13; 6, Olivia Ha, SFS, 24:35; 7, Samantha Dales, Humphreys, 25:01; 8, Cara Kim, SFS, 25:21; 9, Ludia Jeong, TCIS, 25:33; 10, Victoria Lee, TCIS, 25:34.

Japan

Saturday at Tama Hills Recreation Center

(3.12-mile course)

Kanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools finals

Boys

American School In Japan 23, St. Mary’s 37, Nile C. Kinnick 78, St. Maur 117, Zama 127, K. International School of Tokyo 168, Christian Academy Japan, Matthew C. Perry, Yokohama International, Yokota incomplete

1, William Beardsley, St. Mary’s, 15 minutes, 42.9 seconds; 2, Sam Barbir, ASIJ, 16:18.3; 3, Mason Macek, ASIJ, 16:50.1; 4, Jong In Lee, St. Mary’s, 16:59.4; 5, Kai Liljequist, ASIJ, 17:06.4; 6, Simon Nakamura, CAJ, 17:13.8; 7, Tyler Gaines, Matthew C. Perry, 17:28.7; 8, Eigen Schinaman, ASIJ, 17:34.5; 9, Hinoto Tanaka, ASIJ, 17:39.5; 10, Maverick Kentz, Kinnick, 17:52.3.

Other DODEA finishers by school

16, Soul Vessels, Kinnick, 18:06.4; 17, Richard Scheffer, Yokota, 18:15.1; 20, Gabriel Escalera, Zama, 18:43.7; 23, Jude Cutler, E.J. King, 19:07.1.

Girls

Sacred Heart 20, Seisen 52, ASIJ 54, Kinnick 75, Yokota 140, K. International School of Tokyo 178, Perry, St. Maur, Yokohama, Zama incomplete

1, Sofia Sato, ISSH, 19 minutes, 38.8 seconds; 2, Payton Osborne, ISSH, 19:59.3; 3, Jane Williams, Perry, 20:03.2; 4, Annika Elstrom, ASIJ, 20:22.8; 5, Liliana Fennessey, Zama, 20:31.8; 6, Chloe McCormick, ASIJ, 20:31.9; 7, Bree Withers, Kinnick, 20:37.6; 8, Yuki Konomi, ISSH, 20:50.2; 9, Ashley Grantham, Seisen, 21:23.9; 10, Mia Bartram, Kinnick, 21:38.9.

Other DODEA finishers by school

19, Rebecca Brough, Yokota, 23:09.7; 22, Rosie McGrath, E.J. King, 23:42.6.

Golf

South Korea

Thursday at Camp Humphreys

(Team alternate-shot stroke play)

Boys (18 holes)

1 (tie), Chadwick International and Korea International, 164; 2, Humphreys, 170; 3, Seoul Foreign, 192; 4, Seoul International, 196; 5, Daegu, 271; 6, Osan American, 280.

Girls (9 holes)

1, Daegu, 91; 2, Seoul Foreign, 97; 3, Chadwick International, 99; 4, Humphreys, 120.

Noteworthy — Humphreys’ Michel Petros and Hugo Oweling were the lowest-scoring boys pair with a 79.

Matthew C. Perry’s Sasha Malone smacks a forehand return during Saturday’s DODEA-Japan tennis matches. Malone teamed with Ivanelis Nieves-Bermudez in a 6-3 loss to Yokota’s Giselle Pinard and Vita Duran in doubles.

Matthew C. Perry’s Sasha Malone smacks a forehand return during Saturday’s DODEA-Japan tennis matches. Malone teamed with Ivanelis Nieves-Bermudez in a 6-3 loss to Yokota’s Giselle Pinard and Vita Duran in doubles. (Sera Shimakura/Special to Stripes)

Tennis

South Korea

Friday at Yongsan International

Saturday at Osan Air Base

Boys

Daegu 3, Osan 0

Singles — Beckham Clites def. Chanho Choe 8-3, Jason Won def. Orrin Perkins 8-3.

Doubles — Daniel Son and Evan Son def. Ayden Canizales and Alexander Ziegler 8-1.

Girls

Daegu 5, Osan 0

Singles — Ella Sims def. Yoonju Choe 8-2, Emma Sims def. Rayne Robertson 8-0, Gianna Tak def. Karina Rivera Ferrera 8-0.

Doubles — Samantha Jones and Nina McGrath def. Koren Russell and Anna Purvis 8-0, Seunglee Davis and Irene Won by walkover.

Friday at Yongsan International

Boys

Daegu 3, YIS-Seoul 2

Singles — Clites def. Leon Kawai 8-4; Won def. Joshua Park 8-3; D. Son def. Tayne Kim 8-3.

Doubles — YIS-Seoul by walkover, YIS-Seoul by walkover.

Girls

Daegu 3, YIS-Seoul 2

Singles — Audrey Young, YIS-Seoul, def. El. Sims 8-5; Em. Sims def. Emily Song 8-5; Mia Marce, YIS-Seoul, def. Tak 8-1.

Doubles — Jones-McGrath def. Nikita Wiramanaden and Chloe Lee 8-2; Davis-I. Won def. Momo Kato and Lynne Fukushima 8-1.

Japan

Friday and Saturday at Sasebo Naval Base

Boys

E.J. King 4, Kinnick 1

Singles — Joshua Yang, Kinnick, def. Christian Garcia 6-4; Matthew Long, King, def. Noah Kruse 6-2; David Axsom, King, def. Jake Szerlag 6-3.

Doubles — Garcia-Axsom def. Yang-Szerlag 8-1; Neo Purificacion-Long def. Jack Justice-Kruse 8-2.

Zama 3, King 3

Singles — Garcia def. Gabe Rayos 7-5; Kai Fredenhall, Zama, def. Purificacion 6-3; Long def. Joseph Brown 7-6 (7-5); Axsom def. Sean Simpkins 7-5.

Doubles — Brown-Simpkins def. Long-Purificacion 9-7, Rayos-Fredenhall def. Garcia-Axsom 8-4.

Girls

Kinnick 4, King 2

Singles — Miu Best, King, def. Emily Paul 7-5; Aiisha Lashley, Kinnick, def. Moa Best 6-3; Alise Walker, Kinnick, def. Luna Goleman 6-1; Alice Troutman, Kinnick, def. Sana Dowty 6-2.

Doubles — Best-Best def. Paul-Walker 8-3; Lashley-Troutman def. Goleman-Dowty 8-6.

King 4, Zama 0

Singles — Mi. Best def. Jolie Nguyen 6-0; Mo. Best def. Jessie Teegarden 6-0; Goleman def. Hannah Bolin 6-2.

Doubles — Best-Best def. Nguyen-Teegarden 8-0.

Saturday at Yokota Air Base

Boys

Yokota 4, Perry 1

Singles — Zemon Davis, Yokota, def. Max Bailey 7-5; Tommy Vogeley, Yokota, def. Layne Mayer 6-0; Will Rhyne, Yokota, def. Jalen Cobb 6-1.

Doubles — Hyrum Wise and Kai Patton, Yokota, def. Bailey-Cruz 6-2; Mayer-Cobb def. Jai Bailey and Jayden Royster 7-6 (7-4).

Girls

Perry 4, Yokota 1

Singles — Julie Apperson, Perry, def. Arisa Souza 6-1; Cecilia Campbell, Perry, def. Taylor Zhang 7-5; Sera Shimakura, Perry, def. Melia Okamoto 6-3.

Doubles — Campbell-Shimakura def. Julia Morioka and Alexzy Scanlon 6-1; Giselle Pinard and Vita Duran, Yokota, def. Sasha Malone and Ivanelis Nieves-Bermudez 6-3.

Yokota's Trinity Stegall reaches up to block a shot by Matthew C. Perry's Raelin Reyes during Saturday's DODEA-Japan volleyball match. The Panthers won in four sets.

Yokota's Trinity Stegall reaches up to block a shot by Matthew C. Perry's Raelin Reyes during Saturday's DODEA-Japan volleyball match. The Panthers won in four sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Yokota's Charlotte Rhyne spikes against Matthew C. Perry's Aiya Verzosa during Saturday's DODES-Japan volleyball match. The Panthers won in four sets.

Yokota's Charlotte Rhyne spikes against Matthew C. Perry's Aiya Verzosa during Saturday's DODES-Japan volleyball match. The Panthers won in four sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Matthew C. Perry's Haleigh Quinn has her shot blocked by Yokota's Malia Hutchins during Saturday's DODEA-Japan volleyball match. The Panthers won in four sets.

Matthew C. Perry's Haleigh Quinn has her shot blocked by Yokota's Malia Hutchins during Saturday's DODEA-Japan volleyball match. The Panthers won in four sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Yokota's McKayla Clouse spikes against Matthew C. Perry's Maddie Medina during Saturday's DODEA-Japan volleyball match. The Panthers won in four sets.

Yokota's McKayla Clouse spikes against Matthew C. Perry's Maddie Medina during Saturday's DODEA-Japan volleyball match. The Panthers won in four sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Volleyball

Girls

Japan

King def. Kinnick 25-20, 25-20, 25-21

Saturday at Sasebo Naval Base

Kills — Cobras: Liz Turner 22, Madylyn O’Neill 10; Red Devils: Jenia Viles 11, Mikaila Joi Miranda 10. Block points — Cobras: O’Neill 4, Turner 3. Digs — Cobras: O’Neill 11, Aileen FitzGerald 10, Turner 9; Red Devils: Lucy Mock 10. Assists — Cobras: Maliwan Schinker 16, Katelyn Mapa 9; Red Devils: Jillian Stevens 16.

King def. Zama 25-23, 25-16, 25-17

Saturday at Sasebo Naval Base

Kills — Cobras: Turner 22, O’Neill 17; Trojans: Kierstyn Aumua 6. Digs — Cobras: Turner 9, FitzGerald 8, O’Neill 7. Block points — Cobras: Turner 3; Trojans: Kaitlynn McAbee 3. Assists — Cobras: Schinker 23, Mapa 12; Trojans: Remi Sherratt 9. Noteworthy — Cobras improved to 16-0 on the season, matching the best start in school history in 2021.

Yokota def. Perry 25-18, 25-17, 22-25, 25-16

Saturday at Yokota Air Base

Kills — Panthers: Trinity Stegall 12, Lilly Wellons 7, McKayla Clouse 5; Samurai: Aisha Nurudin-Watley 5. Aces — Panthers: Stegall 6, Malia Hutchins 5; Samurai: Nurudin-Watley 5. Assists — Panthers: Hutchins 17, Emma Hardy 9; Samurai: Chelsea Campbell 5, Haleigh Quinn 5.

South Korea

Osan def. Seoul Foreign 17-25, 25-21, 25-15, 25-16

Saturday at Osan Air Base

Kills — Cougars: Ashley Kim 10. Digs — Cougars: Margaux Edquid 12. Assists — Cougars: Angela Serrano.

Osan def. Yongsan 21-25, 21-25, 28-26, 28-26, 15-6

Friday at Seoul

Kills — Cougars: Shanaya Ungos 10. Aces — Cougars: Serrano 11. Digs — Cougars: Edquid 16. Assists —Cougars: Serrano 30.

Boys

South Korea

Seoul Foreign def. Osan 25-13, 25-21, 25-17

Saturday at Osan Air Base

Kills — Cougars: M.J. Siebert 7, T’zuriel Jennings 6. Digs — Cougars: Jennings 10, Dash DeSilva 6. Assists — Cougars: Zack Hernandez 15.

Yongsan def. Osan 21-25, 25-11, 25-16, 18-25, 15-9

Friday at Seoul

Kills — Cougars: Siebert 11, Jennings 10, DeSilva 8. Digs — Cougars: Jennings 5, DeSilva 5. Assists — Cougars: Hernandez 32.

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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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