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Kadena's Morgan Sayers spikes against the double block by Kubasaki's Grace Berrens and Adria Lockhart during Tuesday's DODEA-Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons won in four sets.

Kadena's Morgan Sayers spikes against the double block by Kubasaki's Grace Berrens and Adria Lockhart during Tuesday's DODEA-Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons won in four sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

High school

Golf

South Korea

Tuesday at Camp Walker

Match play

Boys (18 holes)

Group 1 — Hugo Oweling, Humphreys, def. Max Lim, Daegu, 9 and 8; John Krabbe, Osan American, placed third.

Group 2 — Brandon Borelli, Humphreys, def. Andrew Im, Daegu, 8 and 7; Joseph Slayton, Osan, placed third.

Group 3 — Matthew Hwang, Humphreys, def. Match Diehl, Daegu, 9 and 8; Andrew Dahle, Osan, placed third.

Group 4 — Jacob Hwang, Humphreys, def. Isaiah Perez, Humphreys, 10 and 8; Carl Ramos, Osan, placed third.

Girls (Nine holes)

Group 1 — Anna Hager, Daegu, def. Kate Wahlgren, Humphyreys, 2 up; Jazmyne Villagomez, Osan, placed third.

Group 2 — Emily Hager, Daegu, def. Natalie Patton, Humphreys, 1 up; Grace Pak, Osan, placed third.

Group 3 — Ava Sims, Daegu, def. Sarah Alvarado, Humphreys, 4 and 2.

Daegu's Ava Sims tees off during Tuesday's DODEA-Korea golf matches at Camp Walker's Evergreen links. Sims beat Humphreys' Sarah Alvarado 4 and 2.

Daegu's Ava Sims tees off during Tuesday's DODEA-Korea golf matches at Camp Walker's Evergreen links. Sims beat Humphreys' Sarah Alvarado 4 and 2. (Daegu High School)

Daegu's Max Lim pitches out of trouble during Tuesday's DODEA-Korea golf matches at Camp Walker's Evergreen links. Lim lost 9 and 8 to Humphreys' Hugo Oweling.

Daegu's Max Lim pitches out of trouble during Tuesday's DODEA-Korea golf matches at Camp Walker's Evergreen links. Lim lost 9 and 8 to Humphreys' Hugo Oweling. (Daegu High School)

Okinawa

DODEA-Okinawa Island Championship

Thursday at Kadena Air Base

(6,714-yard, par-72 medal play)

Boys

Danny Contreras, Kubasaki, 88; Carter Johnson, Kadena, 91; Caleb Latour, Kubasaki, 91; Brodie Romnek, Kubasaki, 91; Matt Burn, Kubasaki, 95; Noah Williams, Kadena, 97; Aiden Hutton, Kubasaki, 100; Sebastian Dorelien, Kadena, 102; Sebastian Portillo, Kadena, 103; Noah Ray, Kadena, 102.

Girls

Emma Conroy, Kadena, 112; Teiya Shepard-Savage, Kadena, 119.

Tennis

South Korea

Wednesday at Seongnam

Boys

Seoul International 5, Humphreys 0

Singles — William Kim def. Sean Choo 8-3, Eric Kim def. Elliott Lee 8-3, Edward Yoon def. Dylan Byun 8-3.

Doubles — Brian Ji and Alex Cho def. Joon Flanery and Beau Carson 8-0, Geunhyung Hong and Woosung Choi def. Minsong Kim and L. Yazzi 8-0.

Girls

Seoul International 4, Humphreys 1

Singles — Amber Chewn, SIS, def. Naomi Choi 8-1; Seojin Park, SIS, def. Adeline Kim 8-0; Jiyoon Lee, SIS, def. Anna Reynolds 8-1.

Doubles — Erin Ji and Grace Son, Humphreys, def. Lauren Kim and Dayeon Han 8-3; Ashley Choi and Seongmin Jung, SIS, def. Kaylee Yoo and Claire Dehner 8-5.

Okinawa

Tuesday at Kadena Air Base

Boys

Kubasaki 3, Kadena 2

(completion of match suspended on Oct. 6 due to rain)

Singles — Max Lundberg, Kubasaki, def. Steven Ryan 9-7.

Kadena 4, Kubasaki 3

(completion of matches suspended on Oct. 8 due to rain)

Singles — Nathan Asato, Kadena, def. Jacy Fisk 8-4; Sam Bierman, Kubasaki, def. Micah Berry 6-6 (retired).

Doubles — Asato and Evan Davis, Kadena, def. Owen Ruksc and Fisk 8-6; Lundberg and Jesus Recinos, Kubasaki, def. Ryan and Tristan Truong 8-1.

Girls

Kadena 6, Kubasaki 1

(completion of matches suspended on Oct. 8 due to rain)

Singles — Christine Ryan, Kadena, def. Ella Perez 8-2; Mary Tracy, Kadena, def. Noemi Ung 8-5; Megan Fife, Kadena, def. Faith Reilly 8-3; Lillian Law, Kubasaki, def. Suni Mauricio 8-3; Cathy Rice, Kadena, def. Isabella Suber 8-2.

Doubles — Fife-Mauricio def. Kyyven Chua and Isabella Mabie 8-6.

Kadena 3, Kubasaki 1

(continuation of matches suspended on Oct. 6 due to rain)

Singles — Jessica Blackston, Kubasaki, def. Destiny Richardson 8-2.

Japan

Wednesday at Tokyo

Boys

Christian Academy Japan 1, Yokota 1

Singles — Joe Byrd, CAJ, def. Zemon Davis 8-5; Thomas Vogeley, Yokota, def. Eastin Lowther 8-4; remaining matches rained out.

Girls

CAJ 1, Yokota 1

Singles — SooMin Cho, CAJ, def. Arisa Souza 8-6; Taylor Zhang, Yokota, def. Jahnavi Paramata 8-1; remaining matches rained out.

Tuesday at Tokyo

Boys

American School In Japan 4, Zama 1

Singles — Gabe Rayos, Zama, def. Toby Halloran 8-4; Jonah Macarios, ASIJ, def. Kai Fredenhall 8-4; Jake Chon, ASIJ, def. Keiran Montgomery 8-0.

Doubles — Issei Jacobson and Yo Kano, ASIJ, def. Joseph Brown and Sean Simpkins 8-0; Noah Chie and Oliver Raffone, ASIJ, def. Nolen Roberson and William Ruecking 8-0.

Girls

ASIJ 5, Zama 0

Singles — Koharu Matsuki def. Jolie Nguyen 8-0, Risa Bernier def. Jessie Teegarden 8-0; Natsune Otake by walkover.

Doubles — Mahima Dattaguru and Sriya Thota def. Asia Brae and Hannah Bolin 8-0, Lina Chung and Koko Watanabe by walkover.

Kubasaki's Emma Leggio spikes against Kadena's Liza Young during Tuesday's DODEA-Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons won in four sets.

Kubasaki's Emma Leggio spikes against Kadena's Liza Young during Tuesday's DODEA-Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons won in four sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Risha McGriff spikes against Kadena's Liza Young and Deniz Dussetschleger during Tuesday's DODEA-Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons won in four sets.

Kubasaki's Risha McGriff spikes against Kadena's Liza Young and Deniz Dussetschleger during Tuesday's DODEA-Okinawa volleyball match. The Dragons won in four sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Volleyball

Girls

South Korea

Humphreys def. Yongsan International 25-22, 26-24, 16-25, 25-18

Wednesday at Seoul

Kills — Blackhawks: Bella Pula 9, Sabra Wrightsil 6. Aces — Blackhawks: Pula 9, Wrightsil 5. Digs — Blackhawks: Pula 9. Assists — Blackhawks: Key Yandall 11, Nyomi Peoples 5.

Okinawa

Kubasaki def. Kadena 25-11, 25-10, 19-25, 25-10

Tuesday at Kadena Air Base

Kills — Dragons: Sophia Grubbs 14, Risha McGriff 10, Olivia Schaffeld 8; Panthers: Morgan Sayers 6. Aces — Dragons: Emma Leggio 6. Block points — Panthers: Liza Young 3. Assists — Dragons: Grace Berrens 32; Panthers: Bre Castillo 7, Gabby Money 6.

Japan

Zama def. Yokohama 25-14, 25-18, 25-5

Wednesday at Yokohama

Kills — Trojans: Kierstyn Aumua 12. Digs — Trojans: Emma Sakamoto-Flack 5. Block points — Trojans: Kaitlynn McAbee 3. Assists — Trojans: Remi Sherratt 23, Lyndsey So 13.

Nile C. Kinnick def. St. Maur 25-16, 25-9, 25-10

Wednesday at Yokosuka Naval Base

Kills — Red Devils: Cierra San Nicolas 8, Michele Holloway 6. Aces — Red Devils: Jillian Stevens 5. Digs — Red Devils: Hazel Howell 7. Assists — Red Devils: Stevens 14.

Zama def. ASIJ 25-19, 23-25, 20-25, 25-19, 15-8

Tuesday at Tokyo

Kills — Trojans: Aumua 12, Nina Sakamoto-Flack 7, E. Sakamoto-Flack 6. Digs — Trojans: Aumua 8, Stella Caburian 7. Block points — Trojans: McAbee 9. Aces — Trojans: Aumua 6. Assists — Trojans: So 16, Sherratt 12.

Seisen def. Kinnick 25-9, 25-23, 25-14

Tuesday at Tokyo

Kills — Phoenix: Ariana Hill 17, Maya Hemmi 7, Lisa Purcell 6, Ann Katashiba 5; Red Devils: Jenia Viles 9. Digs — Phoenix: Hemmi 7, Aina Sekido 5, Katashiba 5; Red Devils: Lucy Mock 7. Block points — Phoenix: Hill 5; Red Devils: Ja’lilah Brice 5. Assists — Phoenix: Sekido 22, Sola Mangisi 10; Red Devils: Jillian Stevens 16.

Boys

South Korea

Yongsan def. Humphreys 25-19, 25-21, 25-15

Wednesday at Seoul

Kills — Blackhawks: Joseph Park 8. Aces — Blackhawks: Jonathan Park 8, GianCarlo Rivera 6. Digs — Blackhawks: Kanon Morrison 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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