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Kadena's Evan Davis, the Okinawa district singles champion, won all three of his matches Friday to reach Saturday's final against island rival Owen Ruksc of Kubasaki in the All-Japan DODEA Tennis Tournament.

Kadena's Evan Davis, the Okinawa district singles champion, won all three of his matches Friday to reach Saturday's final against island rival Owen Ruksc of Kubasaki in the All-Japan DODEA Tennis Tournament. (Sera Shimakura/Special to Stripes)

High School

Tennis

South Korea

Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference tournament

Friday at Seoul

Girls

All-Conference team

SFS — Erin Kim, Yeonjae Lee, Seohyun Choi, Elin Chun, Yejin Kong; TCIS — Helen Kim, Joyce Kim, Rachel Rew, Willow Hwang, Minsoh Kim; SIS — Amber Cheun, Seojin Park; YIS-Seoul — Mia Marce; Chadwick — Skylar Cho; Daegu — Emma Sims; Humphreys — Erin Ji; GSIS — Noa Iizuka; Osan — Yoonju Choe.

Tournament points

SFS 12, TCIS 8, SIS 7, YIS-Seoul 2, Chadwick 1.

All-Tournament team

Most valuable player — Cheun; runner-up H. Kim. SFS — Choi, Chun, Kong, Arisha Fatma, Ashley Hong; SIS — Cheun, Park; TCIS — H. Kim.

E.J. King's Miu Best won all three of her matches Friday to reach Saturday's girls singles final in the All-Japan DODEA Tennis Tournament against her twin sister Moa.

E.J. King's Miu Best won all three of her matches Friday to reach Saturday's girls singles final in the All-Japan DODEA Tennis Tournament against her twin sister Moa. (Sera Shimakura/Special to Stripes)

E.J. King's Moa Best won all three of her matches Friday to reach Saturday's girls singles final in the All-Japan DODEA Tennis Tournament against her twin sister Miu.

E.J. King's Moa Best won all three of her matches Friday to reach Saturday's girls singles final in the All-Japan DODEA Tennis Tournament against her twin sister Miu. (Sera Shimakura/Special to Stripes)

Matthew C. Perry's Nina Altig fashioned one of the big upsets of the girls singles bracket in the All-Japan DODEA Tennis Tournament, beating former Okinawa district singles champion Christine Ryan 8-6 in the quarterfinals.

Matthew C. Perry's Nina Altig fashioned one of the big upsets of the girls singles bracket in the All-Japan DODEA Tennis Tournament, beating former Okinawa district singles champion Christine Ryan 8-6 in the quarterfinals. (Sera Shimakura/Special to Stripe)

Japan

All-Japan DODEA Tournament

Friday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni

Boys

Singles

First round — Joshua Yang, Nile C. Kinnick, def. Rim Gong, Robert D. Edgren, 8-5; Owen Ruksc, Kubasaki, def. Kai Fredenhall, Zama, 8-4; Nathan Asato, Kadena, def. Max Bailey, Matthew C. Perry, 8-5; Thomas Vogeley, Yokota, def. Christian Garcia, E.J. King, 8-5; Gabriel Rayos, Zama, def. Josh Wall, Kubasaki, 9-7; Jake Szerlag, Kinnick, def. Bryce Dries, Edgren, 8-5; Zemon Davis, Yokota, def. Zach Cruz, Perry, 8-0; Evan Davis, Kadena, def. Neo Purificacion, King, 8-0.

Quarterfinals — Ruksc def. Yang 8-2, Vogeley def. Asato 8-5, Rayos def. Szerlag 8-1, E. Davis def. Z. Davis 8-3.

Semifinals — Ruksc def. Vogeley 7-5, 6-4; E. Davis def. Rayos 4-6, 6-1, 6-0.

Girls

Singles

First round — Moa Best, King, def. Ella Perez, Kubasaki, 8-3; Alyssa Singletary, Edgren, def. Sera Shimakura, Perry, 8-6; Julia Morioka, Yokota, def. Hanna Bolin, Zama, 8-3; Emily Paul, Kinnick, def. Mary Tracy, Kadena, 8-0; Christine Ryan, Kadena, def. Abby Erler, Edgren, 8-3; Nina Altig, Perry, by walkover; Taylor Zhang, Yokota, def. Noemi Ung, Kubasaki, 8-2; Miu Best, King, def. Aiisha Lashley, Kinnick, 8-6.

Quarterfinals — Moa Best def. Singletary 8-0, Paul def. Morioka 8-4, Altig def. Ryan 8-6, Miu Best def. Zhang 8-3.

Semifinals — Moa Best def. Paul 6-0, 6-0; Miu Best def. Altig 6-4, 6-2.

Nile C. Kinnick's Jenia Viles rips a spike past Matthew C. Perry's Aiya Verzosa during Friday's pool-play match in the Ryukyu Island Girls Volleyball Tournament. The teams split their two sets.

Nile C. Kinnick's Jenia Viles rips a spike past Matthew C. Perry's Aiya Verzosa during Friday's pool-play match in the Ryukyu Island Girls Volleyball Tournament. The teams split their two sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Seisen International's Lisa Purcell spikes against Kubasaki's Grace Berrens and Adria Lockhart during Friday's pool-play match in the Ryukyu Island Girls Volleyball Tournament. The Dragons swept both sets in a rematch of last Saturday's final in the American School In Japan YUJO Tournament.

Seisen International's Lisa Purcell spikes against Kubasaki's Grace Berrens and Adria Lockhart during Friday's pool-play match in the Ryukyu Island Girls Volleyball Tournament. The Dragons swept both sets in a rematch of last Saturday's final in the American School In Japan YUJO Tournament. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Volleyball

Girls

South Korea

Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Cup Tournament

Friday at Dwight School of Seoul

Chadwick International def. Cheongna Dalton 3-0

Yongsan International-Seoul def. Daegu 3-1

Seoul Foreign def. Dwight 3-1

Osan def. Seoul International 3-0

Humphreys def. Chadwick 25-22, 25-17, 27-25

Daegu def. Cheongna Dalton, score unavailable

Chadwick def. Seoul International, score unavailable

Saturday

Daegu vs. Dwight, 8 a.m.

Humphreys vs. YIS-Seoul, 9:45 a.m.

Seoul Foreign vs. Osan, 11:30 a.m.

Daegu-Dwight winner vs. Seoul Foreign-Osan loser, 1:15 p.m.

Chadwick vs. Humphreys/YIS-Seoul loser, 3 p.m.

Third

TBD, 4:45 p.m.

Championship

TBD, 6:30 p.m.

Japan-Okinawa

Ryukyu Island Tournament

Friday at Camp Foster

Red Pool

Kubasaki 10-0

Seisen International 7-3

Zama American 5-5

Yokota 4-6

Nile C. Kinnick 2-8

Matthew C. Perry 2-8

Seisen def. Kinnick 21-16, 21-13; Perry def. Yokota 21-19, Yokota def. Perry 21-15; Kubasaki def. Zama 21-10, 21-5; Kinnick def. Perry 21-7, Perry def. Kinnick 21-17; Kubasaki def. Seisen 21-17, 21-17; Zama def. Yokota 22-20, 21-16.

Blue Pool

E.J. King 9-1

Robert D. Edgren 6-4

American School In Japan 5-5

Christian Academy Japan 5-5

Academy of Our Lady of Guam 5-5

Kadena 0-10

King def. AOLG 21-4, 21-9; Edgren def. Kadena 21-17, 22-20; ASIJ def. CAJ 21-15, CAJ def. ASIJ 21-19; Edgren def. AOLG 21-18, AOLG def. Edgren 21-17; King def. CAJ 21-11, CAJ def. King 21-18; ASJI def. Kadena 21-18, 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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