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Kubasaki's Emma Leggio spikes against E.J. King's Kaitlyn Mapa during Saturday's YUJO tournament semifinal. The Dragons won in two sets and went on to win the championshp. The Cobras went on to finish third.

Kubasaki's Emma Leggio spikes against E.J. King's Kaitlyn Mapa during Saturday's YUJO tournament semifinal. The Dragons won in two sets and went on to win the championshp. The Cobras went on to finish third. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

High school

Cross country

Guam

17th Asia-Pacific Invitational Meet

Saturday at Upper Tumon

(3.12-mile course)

Boys

American School In Japan 30, St. Mary’s 42, John F. Kennedy (Guam) 106, Guam High 130, Seoul Foreign 198, George Washington (Guam) 203, Yongsan International-Seoul 215, Palau Stars 242, Simon Sanchez (Guam) 265, Southern (Guam) 267, Guam Adventist Academy 277, Father Duenas Memorial (Guam) 296, St. John’s (Guam) 302, Gyeonggi Suwon (Korea) 348

1, William Beardsley, St. Mary’s, 16 minutes, 45.8 seconds; 2, Hugh Kent, JFK, 17:11.8; 3, Sam Barbir, ASIJ, 17:28.7; 4, Mason Macek, ASIJ, 18:03.3; 5, Franklin Richter, St. Mary’s, 18:20.2; 6, Hinoto Tanaka, ASIJ, 18:22.4; 7, Simon Nakamura, Christian Academy Japan, 18:26.4; 8, Jong In Lee, St. Mary’s, 18:27.7; 9, Eigen Schinamin, ASIJ, 18:33.9; 10, Hiroya Sobajima, ASIJ, 18:35.8.

Girls

Seoul Foreign 55, Sacred Heart (Japan) 67, ASIJ 70, John F. Kennedy 136, Guam High 156, Yongsan 165, St. John’s 198, George Washington 207, Guam Adventist 223, Palau Stars 241, Our Lady of Guam 263, Southern 268

1, Jordan Baden, St. John’s, 20 minutes, 36.7 seconds; 2, Payton Osborne, ISSH, 21:06.5; 3, Madeline Payne, SFS, 21:17.9; 4, Chloe McCormick, ASIJ, 21:24.7; 5, Yuki Konomi, ISSH, 21:25.2; 6, Julia Schouw, ASIJ, 22:43.2; 7, Dominique Sustarsic, SFS, 22:52.6; 8, Robin Cruz, GW, 23:05.5; 9, Claire Lee, YIS-Seoul, 23:12.0; 10, Megan Luzneanu, SFS, 23:33.3.

Tennis

Japan

Friday and Saturday at Misawa Air Base

Boys

E.J. King 5, Robert D. Edgren 1

Singles — Christian Garcia, King, def. Bryce Dries 8-3; Neo Purificacion, King, def. Rim Gong 8-4; Matthew Long, King, def. Charles Alvey 8-3; Amin Alipourkashki, King, def. Aric Jack 8-3.

Doubles — Dries-Alvey def. Garcia-Purificacion 9-7; Long-Alipourkashki def. Jack-Schmidt 8-3.

Girls

King 4, Edgren 2

Singles — Miu Best, King, def. Alyssa Singletary 8-6; Moa Best, King, def. Abby Erler 8-1; Karin Lozier, Edgren, def. Luna Goleman 8-3; Sana Dowty, King, def. Hannah Lee 9-8 (7-5).

Doubles — Best-Best def. Singletary-Erler 8-5; Lozier-Lee def. Goleman-Dowty 8-6.

E.J. King's Madylyn O'Neill spikes against Kubasaki's Emma Leggio and Grace Berrens during Saturday's YUJO tournament semifinal. The Dragons won in two sets and went on to win the championshp. The Cobras went on to finish third.

E.J. King's Madylyn O'Neill spikes against Kubasaki's Emma Leggio and Grace Berrens during Saturday's YUJO tournament semifinal. The Dragons won in two sets and went on to win the championshp. The Cobras went on to finish third. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Volleyball

Girls

8th American School In Japan YUJO Tournament

Saturday at Tokyo

First round

Canadian Academy def. Sacred Heart 25-16, 24-26, 15-13

Kinnick def. Yokota 25-16, 25-20

Seoul Foreign def. Edgren 21-25, 25-21, 15-10

King def. Christian Academy Japan 25-9, 25-16

Kadena def. ASIJ junior varsity 25-15, 25-16

Quarterfinals

Seisen def. Canadian Academy 25-18, 25-11

Kinnick def. ASIJ 25-16, 25-20

King def. Seoul Foreign 25-8, 25-10

Kubasaki def. Kadena 25-15, 25-11

Semifinals

Seisen def. Kinnick 25-12, 25-17

Kubasaki def. King 25-18, 25-16

Championship

Kubasaki def. Seisen 25-16, 25-13, 25-19

Kills — Dragons: Risha McGriff 14, Sophia Grubbs 11, Emma Leggio 7; Phoenix: Lisa Purcell 11, Ariana Hill 9. Assists — Dragons: Grace Berrens 35; Phoenix: Aina Sekido 18. Block points — Dragons: Leggio 4, Adria Lockhart 3; Phoenix: Hill 3. Noteworthy — The Dragons won the YUJO tournament for the third time in five finals appearances. Kubasaki improved to 12-0 against DODEA and international-school opponents this season. It was the first defeat for the Phoenix in 16 matches.

South Korea

Osan def. Chadwick 13-25, 25-22, 25-23, 25-13

Saturday at Incheon

Kills — Cougars: Shayana Ungos 12. Aces — Cougars: Ashley Kim 6. Digs — Cougars: Margaux Edquid 16. Assists — Cougars: Angela Serrano 32.

Boys

8th American School In Japan YUJO Tournament

Saturday at Tokyo

Quarterfinals

CAJ def. ASIJ junior varsity 25-20, 25-18

ASIJ def. St. Mary’s 25-8, 25-12

South Korea

Chadwick def. Osan 25-16, 25-11, 25-15

Saturday at Incheon

Assists — Cougars: Zack Hernandez 8. Digs — Cougars: Dash DeSilva 9, T’zuriel Jennings 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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