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Matthew C. Perry junior Tyler Gaines, middle, begins Saturday's trek over the Tama Hills Recreation Center lower 5-kilometer course.

Matthew C. Perry junior Tyler Gaines, middle, begins Saturday's trek over the Tama Hills Recreation Center lower 5-kilometer course. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

High school

Cross country

South Korea

Saturday at Camp Humphreys

(3.12-mile course)

Boys

Humphreys 23, Yongsan International-Seoul 34

Korea International 22, Humphreys 33

Seoul International 22, Humphreys 33

Gyeonggi Suwon 19, Daegu 43

Humphreys 19, Gyeonggi Suwon 38

Yongsan 17, Daegu 42

1, Sam Wood, Osan, 16 minutes, 36 seconds; 2, Drew Wahlgren, Humphreys, 16:54; 3, Minwoo Kwon, KIS, 17:19; 4, Paul Moon, SIS, 17:54; 5, Andrew Cho, KIS, 18:16; 6, Jayden Yoon, KIS, 18:40; 7, Terry Seong, SIS, 18:43; 8, Yuito Kimura, GSIS, 18:46; 9, David Lee, YIS-Seoul, 18:51; 10, Sean Kim, SIS, 18:53.

Girls

Humphreys 24, Yongsan 35

Humphreys 19, Korea International 44

Humphreys 15, Seoul International 48

Seoul International 23, Gyeonggi Suwon 32

Yongsan 19, Gyeonggi Suwon 39

Gyeonggi Suwon 22, Korea International 36

1, Hanna Chung, Humphreys, 21:46; 2, Claire Lee, YIS-Seoul, 21:57; 3, Emma Wilson, KIS, 22:49; 4, Samantha Dales, Humphreys, 23:11; 5, Lydia Ro, YIS-Seoul, 23:19; 6, Chloe Weatherwax, Osan, 23:52; 7, Naysa Cauley, Humphreys, 24:10; 8, Sylvia Lee, YIS-Seoul, 24:12; 9, Ella Kalinowski, Humphreys, 24:26; 10, Maddie Gee, Humphreys, 24:41.

Humphreys' Hanna Chung opens a wide gap on Yongsan International-Seoul's Claire Lee as she heads for the finish of Saturday's Korea cross country race. Chung won with a time of 21 minutes, 46 seconds, 11 seconds ahead of Lee.

Humphreys' Hanna Chung opens a wide gap on Yongsan International-Seoul's Claire Lee as she heads for the finish of Saturday's Korea cross country race. Chung won with a time of 21 minutes, 46 seconds, 11 seconds ahead of Lee. (Adriene Tabaquero/Special to Stripes)

Matthew C. Perry junior Jane Williams makes her way toward the finish line. She was third overall and first among DODEA All-Japan runners.

Matthew C. Perry junior Jane Williams makes her way toward the finish line. She was third overall and first among DODEA All-Japan runners. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Zama's Liliana Fennessey took fourth place overall and second among DODEA runners.

Zama's Liliana Fennessey took fourth place overall and second among DODEA runners. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Makayla Saeteurn, unbeaten on Okinawa this season, placed fifth overall and third among DODEA All-Japan runners.

Kubasaki's Makayla Saeteurn, unbeaten on Okinawa this season, placed fifth overall and third among DODEA All-Japan runners. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Japan

DODEA All-Japan Meet

Saturday at Tama Hills Recreation Center, Tokyo

(3.12-mile course)

Boys

Kadena 51, Nile C. Kinnick 69, Yokota 71, Kubasaki 96, Matthew C. Perry 131, E.J. King and Zama 146, Robert D. Edgren 198

All comers

1, Jong In Lee, St. Mary’s, 17 minutes, 10.6 seconds; 2, Tyler Gaines, Perry, 17:22.2; 3, Simon Nakamura, Christian Academy Japan, 17:36.7; 4, Maverick Kentz, Kinnick, 18:00.4; 5, Kaito Soeno, St. Mary’s, 18:01.9; 6, Muku Nomura, St. Mary’s, 18:03.2; 7, Joseph Dluzeski, Kadena, 18:08.5; 8, Julian Willis, St. Mary’s, 18:14.4; 9, Soul Vessels, Kinnick, 18:18.7; 10, Luka Marinkovic, St. Mary’s, 18:33.7.

DODEA runners

1, Gaines; 2, Kentz; 3, Dluzeski; 4, Vessels; 5, Gabriel Escalera, Zama, 18:35.2; 6, Atticus Gray, Yokota, 18:40.8; 7, Richard Scheffer, Yokota, 18:47.9; 8, Joachim Killian, Kubasaki, 18:55.8; 9, Bayden Francis, Kadena, 18:57.4; 10, Jude Cutler, King, 19:11.4.

Girls

Kinnick 39, Kadena 52, Zama 91, Kubasaki 103, Yokota 112, King 117, Edgren and Perry incomplete

All comers

1, Sofia Sato, Sacred Heart, 19 minutes, 29.7 seconds (course record); 2, Payton Osborne, ISSH, 19:55.9; 3, Jane Williams, Perry, 20:08.9; 4, Liliana Fennessey, Zama, 20:38.2; 5, Makayla Saeteurn, Kubasaki, 20:46.7; 6, Yuki Konomi, ISSH, 21:03.4; 7, Mia Bartram, Kinnick, 21:13.7; 8, Bree Withers, Kinnick, 22:03.8; 9, Jolyn Botes, Kadena, 22:07.3; 10, Victoria Justice, Kinnick, 22:08.1.

DODEA runners

1, Williams; 2, Fennessey; 3, Saeteurn; 4, Bartram; 5, Withers; 6, Botes; 7, Justice; 8, Karise Johnson, Kadena, 22:08.4; 9, Rebecca Brough, Yokota, 22:29.7; 10, Bella Clark, Kubasaki, 22:45.7.

Matthew C. Perry junior Tyler Gaines heads for the finish line.

Matthew C. Perry junior Tyler Gaines heads for the finish line. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Nile C. Kinnick's Maverick Kentz finished fourth overall and second among DODEA boys runners.

Nile C. Kinnick's Maverick Kentz finished fourth overall and second among DODEA boys runners. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Tennis

Japan

Friday and Saturday at Yokota Air Base

Boys

Yokota 5, Edgren 1

Singles — Zemon Davis, Yokota, def. Bryce Dries 8-3; Thomas Vogeley, Yokota, def. Rim Gong 8-2; Will Rhyne, Yokota, def. Charles Alvey 8-3; Jai Bailey, Yokota, def. Airic Jack 8-4.

Doubles — Hyrum Wise and Kai Patton, Yokota, def. Dries-Alvey 9-7; Gong-Jack def. Daniel Shirley and Bradley Shirley 8-6.

Girls

Edgren 5, Yokota 1

Singles — Alyssa Singletary, Edgren, def. Arisa Souza 8-3; Karin Lozier, Edgren, def. Taylor Zhang 8-3; Abby Erler, Edgren, def. Melia Okamoto 8-3; Giselle Pinard, Yokota, def. Hannah Lee 8-5.

Doubles — Singletary-Erler def. Okamoto-Vitalia Duran 8-4; Lozier-Lee def. Alexzy Scanlon and Molly Wise 8-4.

Saturday at Yokosuka Naval Base

Boys

CAJ 5, Kinnick 0

Singles — Joe Byrd def. Joshua Yang 8-2, Eastin Lowther def. Jack Justice 8-2, Taka Kanemura def. Jordan Ho 8-0.

Doubles — Joel Nakazawa and Ray Marciatti def. Kennedy Hamilton and Alex Cato 8-2, Juna Byun and Sho Surai def. Noah Kruse and Jake Szerlag 9-8 (7-5).

Girls

Kinnick 5, CAJ 0

Singles — Emily Paul def. SooMin Cho 8-4, Aiisha Lashley def. Jahnari Paramata 8-0, Alice Troutman by walkover.

Doubles — Olivia Laron and Alise Walker def. Ashlie Sawka and Rebecca Hayashi 8-6, Sophia Troutman and Momoka Kerwin def. Yerim Kim and Agyeol Kim 8-2.

South Korea

Saturday at Seoul

Boys

Chadwick International 5, Daegu 0

Singles — Randy Kim def. Beckham Clites 8-1, Viktor Wollen def. Jason Won 8-0, Chadwick by walkover.

Doubles — Chaehwan Shin and Sean Kim def. Daniel Son and Evan Son 8-1, Chadwick by walkover.

Girls

Chadwick 4, Daegu 1

Singles — Skylar Choe, Chadwick, def. Ella Sims 8-2; Emma Sims, Daegu, def. Olivia Seo 9-7; Cindy An, Chadwick, def. Gianna Tak 8-1.

Doubles — Koren Russell and Anna Purvis, Chadwick, def. Samantha Jones and Nina McGrath 8-5; Wendy an and Ciena Park, Chadwick, def. Irene Won and Brooke Cole 8-1

Volleyball

Girls

Okinawa

Kubasaki def. Kadena 25-16, 25-10, 25-18

Friday at Camp Foster

Kills — Dragons: Risha McGriff 11, Sophia Grubbs 9. Digs — Dragons: Becca Chandler 5, Risha McGriff 5.

Guam

Independent Interscholastic Athletic Association of Guam playoffs

Third-place match

St. John’s def. Guam High 25-16, 25-19, 29-27

Friday at Mangilao

Assists — Panthers: Sophia Fernandez 7.

Japan

Edgren def. Yokota 25-22, 25-20, 22-25, 17-25, 15-10

Saturday at Misawa Air Base

Kills — Eagles: Milan Bean 12, Zalea Washington 9, Kaitlyn Willets 6. Aces — Eagles: Bean 7. Digs — Eagles: Alyssa Marrero 11, Bean 10, Maliyah Magat 9. Assists — Eagles: Genesis Miller 10, Samara Whitmore 8. Block points — Eagles: Willets 3.

South Korea

Humphreys def. Taejon Christian 25-8, 25-17, 25-16

Friday at Camp Humphreys

Kills — Blackhawks: Bella Pula 8, Sabra Wrightsil 6. Assists — Blackhawks: Key Yandall 9, Nyomi Peoples 5. Noteworthy — Blackhawks improved to a school-best 8-0 so far this season.

Boys

South Korea

Daegu def. Asia-Pacific 25-22, 25-22, 25-21

Saturday at Camp Walker

Wrestling

Guam

Interscholastic Sports Association All-Island Championships

(Guam High results)

First place — Boys: Koa Deloach, 106; Tavion Duenas, 138; Kwesi Aniageyei, heavyweight. Girls: Cirie Hawkins, 107.

Second place — Boys: Kai Duenas, 113. Girls: Kaila Castro, 138; Laurieann Cavaco, 126.

Third place — Boys: Petrini Blas, 119.

Fourth place — Boys: Victor Babauta, 145; Aiden Thomas, 200.

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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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