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E.J. King's Madylyn O'Neill spikes between American School In Japan's Lily Stone-Bourgeois and Mari Annis during Thursday's pool-play match in the Ryukyu Island Tournament. The Cobras won in straight sets.

E.J. King's Madylyn O'Neill spikes between American School In Japan's Lily Stone-Bourgeois and Mari Annis during Thursday's pool-play match in the Ryukyu Island Tournament. The Cobras won in straight sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

High school

Golf

South Korea

Wednesday at Osan Air Base

(5,486-yard, par-71, match play)

Boys

Group 1 — Matthew Hwang, Humphreys, def. Max Lim, Daegu, 8 and 6; John Krabbe of Osan placed third.

Group 2 — Mitchel Petros, Humphreys, def. Andrew Im, Daegu, 10 and 8; Andrew Dahle of Osan placed third.

Group 3 — Hugo Oweling, Humphreys, def. Match Diehl, Daegu, and Noah Hoback, Osan, 10 and 8.

Group 4 — Brandon Borelli, Humphreys, def. Cash Young, Osan, 10 and 8.

Group 5 — Duncan Pickering, Humphreys, def. Gabriel Hoback, Osan, 10 and 8.

Girls

Group 1 — Anna Hager, Daegu, def. Sarah Alvarado, Humphreys, 5 and 4; Jazmyne Villagomez, Osan, placed third.

Group 2 — Kate Wahlgren, Humphreys, def. Grace Pak, Osan, 2 and 1; Emily Hager, Daegu, placed third.

Group 3 — Natalie Patton, Humphreys, def. Ava Sims, Daegu, 2 and 1.

Group 4 — Jasmine Harris, Humphreys, def. Cyan Utley, Humphreys, 4 and 3.

Tennis

All-Japan DODEA Tournament

Thursday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni

Boys

Doubles

First round — Zemon Davis and Thomas Vogeley, Yokota, def. Zach Cruz and Jalen Cobb, Matthew C. Perry, 8-3; Joseph Brown and Sean Simpkins, Zama, def. Bryce Dries and Charles Alvey, Edgren, 8-4; Matthew Long and Amin Alipourkashki, E.J. King, def. Alex Cato and Kennedy Hamilton, Nile C. Kinnick, 8-3; Owen Ruksc and Jacy Fisk, Kubasaki, def. Micah Berry and Maddux Fisk, Kadena, 8-6; Max Bailey and Layne Mayer, Perry, def. Joshua Yang and Jake Szerlag, Kinnick, 8-6; Christian Garcia and Neo Purificacion, King, def. Rim Gong and Ben Schmidt, Edgren, 8-0; Hyrum Wise and Will Rhyne, Yokota, def. Evan Davis and Nathan Asato, Kadena, 8-4; Gabriel Rayos and Kai Fredenhall, Zama, def. Josh Wall and Sam Bierman, Kubasaki, 8-6.

Quarterfinals — Davis-Vogeley def. Brown-Simpklns 8-4, Ruksc-J. Fisk def. Long-Alipourkashki 8-2, Bailey-Mayer def. Garcia-Purificacion 8-3, Rayos-Fredenhall def. Wise-Rhyne 8-2.

Semifinals — Ruksc-J. Fisk def. Davis-Vogeley 7-5, 1-6, 6-3; Rayos-fredenhall def. Bailey-Mayer 6-3, 6-1.

Girls

Doubles

First round — Alise Walker and Olivia Laron, Kinnick, def. Cathy Rice and Megan Fife, Kadena, 8-4; Miu Best and Moa Best, King, by walkover; Taylor Zhang and Julia Morioka, Yokota, def. Noemi Ung and Lillian Law, Kubasaki, 8-3; Cecelia Campbell and Sera Shimakura, Perry, def. Alyssa Singletary and Abby Erler, Edgren, 8-6; Emily Paul and Aiisha Lashley, Kinnick, def. Nina Altig and Julie Apperson, Perry, 8-6; Luna Goleman and Sana Dowty, King, def. Jolie Nguyen and Jessie Teegarden, Zama, 8-6; Ella Perez and Lan Legros, Kubasaki, def. Sophie Villafania and Hannah Lee, Edgren, 8-2; Christine Ryan and Mary Tracy, Kadena, def. Arisa Souza and Melia Okamoto, Yokota, 8-3.

Quarterfinals — Best-Best def. Walker-Laron 8-4, Campbell-Shimakura def. Zhang-Morioka 8-5, Paul-Lashley def. Goleman-Dowty 8-2, Ryan-Tracy def. Perez-Legros 8-4.

Semifinals — Best-Best def. Campbell-Shimakura 6-0, 6-0; Paul-Lashley def. Ryan-Tracy 6-2, 7-6 (7-2).

E.J. King's Liz Turner spikes between American School In Japan's Lily Stone-Bourgeois and Sachika Nagaoka during Thursday's pool-play match in the Ryukyu Island Tournament. The Cobras won in straight sets.

E.J. King's Liz Turner spikes between American School In Japan's Lily Stone-Bourgeois and Sachika Nagaoka during Thursday's pool-play match in the Ryukyu Island Tournament. The Cobras won in straight sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

American School In Japan's Brianne Roberts spikes against Robert D. Edgren's Genesis Miller and Milan Bean during Thursday's pool-play match in the Ryukyu Island Tournament. The Eagles won in straight sets.

American School In Japan's Brianne Roberts spikes against Robert D. Edgren's Genesis Miller and Milan Bean during Thursday's pool-play match in the Ryukyu Island Tournament. The Eagles won in straight sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Robert D. Edgren's Milan Bean hits against American School In Japan's Aisha Rakyan during Thursday's pool-play match in the Ryukyu Island Tournament. The Eagles won in straight sets.

Robert D. Edgren's Milan Bean hits against American School In Japan's Aisha Rakyan during Thursday's pool-play match in the Ryukyu Island Tournament. The Eagles won in straight sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Zama's Kierstyn Aumua spikes against Seisen International's Lisa Purcell during Thursday's pool-play match in the Ryukyu Island Tournament. The Phoenix won in straight sets.

Zama's Kierstyn Aumua spikes against Seisen International's Lisa Purcell during Thursday's pool-play match in the Ryukyu Island Tournament. The Phoenix won in straight sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Seisen International's Ann Katashiba spikes against Zama's Kaitlynn McAbee during Thursday's pool-play match in the Ryukyu Island Tournament. The Phoenix won in straight sets.

Seisen International's Ann Katashiba spikes against Zama's Kaitlynn McAbee during Thursday's pool-play match in the Ryukyu Island Tournament. The Phoenix won in straight sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Volleyball

Girls

Ryukyu Island Tournament

Thursday at Camp Foster, Okinawa

Red Group

Kubasaki 6-0

Seisen International 5-1

Yokota 3-3

Zama 3-3

Nile C. Kinnick 1-5

Matthew C. Perry 0-6

Kubasaki def. Kinnick 21-12, 21-11; Kubasaki def. Yokota 21-8, 21-12; Seisen def. Zama 21-13, 21-8; Zama def. Perry 24-22, 21-18; Kinnick def. Zama 25-23, Zama def. Kinnick 21-18; Yokota def. Kinnick 21-11, 21-17; Seisen def. Yokota 21-16, Yokota def. Seisen 21-19; Seisen def. Perry 21-10, 21-17; Kubasaki def. Perry 21-10, 21-13

Blue Group

E.J. King 6-0

Academy of Our Lady of Guam 4-2

Robert D. Edgren 3-3

Christian Academy Japan, 3-3

American School In Japan, 2-4

Kadena 0-6

AOLG def. CAJ 21-19, 21-11; Edgren def. ASIJ 21-19, 22-20; King def. Kadena 21-17, 21-12; CAJ def. Kadena 21-8, 21-18; ASIJ def. AOLG 21-15, 21-13; King def. Edgren 21-7, 21-8; King def. ASIJ 21-18, 21-11; AOLG def. Kadena 21-15, 21-18; CAJ def. Edgren 21-16, Edgren def. CAJ 21-13.

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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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