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Osan American’s Sam Wood, right, finished first in the KAIAC cross country finals, while last year’s DODEA-Korea champion Drew Wahlgren placed third.

Osan American’s Sam Wood, right, finished first in the KAIAC cross country finals, while last year’s DODEA-Korea champion Drew Wahlgren placed third. ( Humphreys cross country)

High school

Cross country

South Korea

Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference finals

Saturday at Seoul Foreign School

(3.12-mile course)

Boys

Korea International 46, Seoul Foreign 85, Seoul International 86, Humphreys 110, Yongsan International-Seoul 121, Gyeonggi Suwon 133, Chadwick 180, Taejon Christian 236, Cheongna Dalton 298, Daegu 303, Korea Kent Foreign 319 (remaining schools incomplete)

1, Sam Wood, Osan American, 18 minutes, 11.0 seconds; 2, Minwoo Kwon, KIS, 18:38.6; 3, Drew Wahlgren, Humphreys, 18:49.5; 4, Paul Moon, SIS, 19:44.2; 5, Yuiko Kimura, GSIS, 19:49.8; 6, Nathan Cho, YIS-Seoul, 20:02.1; 7, Lance Jones, SFS, 20:06.8; 8, Jayden Yoon, KIS, 20:07.3; 9, David Lee, YIS-Seoul, 20:07.9; 10, Raymond Kim, KIS, 20:09.6.

Girls

Seoul Foreign 40, Korea International 53, Humphreys 79, Yongsan 121, Chadwick 139, Seoul International 157, Taejon Christian 189, Cheongna Dalton 250, Gyeonggi Suwon 252, Korea Kent Foreign 345 (remaining schools incomplete)

1, Madeline Payne, SFS, 22 minutes, 9.9 seconds; 2, Rachel Lee, Chadwick, 23:59.8; 3, Olivia Ha, SFS, 24:09.2; 4, Emily Kim, KIS, 24:13.2; 5, Claire Lee, YIS-Seoul, 24:14.2; 6, Hyowon Kang, KIS, 24:14.7; 7, Hannah Chung, Humphreys, 24:40.6; 8, Megan Lozneanu, SFS, 25:05.8; 9, Samantha Dales, Humphreys, 25:29.0; 10, Yeonju Kim, KIS, 25:33.2.

E.J. King's Miu Best lunges for a forehand return. She and her twin sister Moa teamed to win the All-Japan DODEA Tournament girls doubles, while Moa beat Miu 6-0, 6-4 to win the girls singles.

E.J. King's Miu Best lunges for a forehand return. She and her twin sister Moa teamed to win the All-Japan DODEA Tournament girls doubles, while Moa beat Miu 6-0, 6-4 to win the girls singles. (Sera Shimakura/Special to Stripes)

Tennis

Japan

All-Japan DODEA Tournament

Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni

Overall school winner — E.J. King

Division I boys — Kubasaki

Division I girls — Nile C. Kinnick

Division II boys — Yokota

Division II girls — King

Boys singles

Championship — Evan Davis, Kadena, def. Owen Ruksc, Kubasaki, 6-4, 6-2

Girls singles

Championship — Moa Best, King, def. Miu Best, King, 6-0, 6-4

Boys doubles

Championship — Ruksc and Jacy Fisk, Kubasaki, def. Gabriel Rayos and Kai Fredenhall, Zama, 6-3, 6-1

Girls doubles

Championship — Best-Best def. Emily Paul and Aiisha Lashley, Kinnick, 3-6, 6-2, 6-2

Mixed doubles

First round — Layne Miller and Julie Apperson, Matthew C. Perry, def. Ben Schmidt and Sophie Villafania, Robert D. Edgren, 8-2; Micah Berry and Cathy Rice, Kadena, def. Sean Simpkins and Jessie Teegarden, Zama, 8-2; Sam Bierman and Lillian Law, Kubasaki, def. Kennedy Hamilton and Alise Walker, Kinnick, 8-5; Matthew Long and Lina Goleman, King, def. Will Rhyne and Melia Okamoto, Yokota, 8-1; Hyrum Wise and Arisa Souza, Yokota, def. Alex Cato and Olivia Laron, Kinnick, 8-5; Joseph Brown and Jolie Nguyen, Zama, def. Jalen Cobb and Cecelia Campbell, Perry, 8-6; J. Fisk and Lan Legros, Kubasaki, def. Maddux Fisk and Megan Fife, Kadena, 8-3; Charles Alvey and Hannah Lee, Edgren, def. Amin Alipourkashki and Sana Dowty, King, 8-2.

Quarterfinals — Mayer-Apperson def. Berry-Rice 9-7, Bierman-Law def. Long-Goleman 9-7, Wise-Souza def. Brown-Nguyen 8-1, J. Fisk-Legros def. Alvey-Lee 8-3.

Semifinals — Mayer-Apperson def. Bierman-Law 6-2, 6-1; J. Fisk-Legros def. Wise-Souza 5-7, 6-1, 6-4.

Championship — Mayer-Apperson def. J. Fisk-Legros 7-5, 2-6, 11-9.

Awards

All-Japan DODEA Team

Boys singles — Davis, Ruksc, Rayos.

Girls singles — Moa Best, Miu Best, Paul.

Boys doubles — Ruksc-J. Fisk, Rayos-Fredenhall, Zemon Davis and Thomas Vogeley, Yokota.

Girls doubles — Best-Best, Paul-Lashley, Campbell and Sera Shimakura, Perry.

Mixed doubles — Mayer-Apperson, J. Fisk-Legros, Wise-Souza.

Seisen's Ann Katashiba spikes against Kubasaki's Grace Berrens and Emma Leggio.

Seisen's Ann Katashiba spikes against Kubasaki's Grace Berrens and Emma Leggio. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Seisen's Ann Katashiba readies a spike against Kubasaki's Grace Berrens and Adria Lockhart.

Seisen's Ann Katashiba readies a spike against Kubasaki's Grace Berrens and Adria Lockhart. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Risha McGriff spikes between Seisen's Lisa Purcell and Aina Sekido.

Kubasaki's Risha McGriff spikes between Seisen's Lisa Purcell and Aina Sekido. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Volleyball

Girls

South Korea

Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Cup Tournament

Saturday at Seoul

Dwight School of Seoul def. Daegu

Humphreys def. YIS-Seoul 25-14, 27-25, 25-8

Osan def. Seoul Foreign 25-18, 25-18, 25-16

def. Dwight

YIS-Seoul def. Chadwick

Third

YIS-Seoul def. SFS

Championship

Humphreys def. Osan 3-1

Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Plate Tournament

Saturday at Incheon

Taejon Christian 3-0, Korea International 2-1, Gyeonggi Suwon 2-1, Dulwich College of Seoul 2-1, Asia-Pacific 1-2, Korea Kent Foreign 1-2, International Christian-Uijongbu 1-2, International Christian-Pyeongtaek 0-2.

Awards

Most Valuable Player — Haruka Sumi, KIS

Best hitter — Adella Otterby, TCIS

Best setter — Sophia Lee, TCIS

Best server — Ashley Kim, TCIS

Best passer — Amy Choi, TCIS

Team sportsmanship — GSIS

All-Tournament team — TCIS: Kim, Lee, Choi, Otterby; KIS: Sumi, Angela Park, Yeonseo Lee; GSIS: Ashley Nam, Clare Son; APIS: Minie Han; Dulwich: Eva Diekman; Kent: Dina Miabi; ICS-Uijongbu: Lucy Bae; ICS-Pyeongtaek: Jessica Kim.

Japan-Okinawa

Ryukyu Island Tournament

Saturday at Camp Foster, Okinawa

Silver bracket

Yokota def. Christian Academy Japan 25-22, 25-21

Academy of Our Lady of Guam def. Nile C. Kinnick 25-22, 17-25, 15-7

Yokota def. AOLG 25-17, 16-25, 15-9

Gold Bracket

Kubasaki def. Zama 25-13, 25-12

Seisen def. E.J. King 25-20, 25-13

Third

King def. Zama 25-13, 25-9

Championship

Kubasaki def. Seisen 25-21, 25-16

Kills — Dragons: Risha McGriff 13, Sophia Grubbs 9, Emma Leggio 8; Phoenix: Ariana Hill 6, Lisa Purcell 5. Assists — Dragons: Grace Berrens 30; Phoenix: Aina Sekido 13. Block points — Phoenix: Hill 3.

Awards

Most Valuable Player — Grubbs.

Best hitter — Liz Turner, King.

Best setter — Berrens.

Best defender — McGriff.

All-Tournament team — Kubasaki: Leggio, Annabelle Alvarado; Seisen: Purcell, Hill; King: Madylyn O’Neill; Zama: Remi Sherratt; Yokota: Malia Hutchins; Robert D. Edgren: Zalea Washington; AOLG: Hinengi San Nicolas; CAJ: Marika Bedow; American School In Japan: Sachika Nagaoka; Matthew C. Perry: Chelsea Campbell; Kadena: Gabby Money; Kinnick: Mikaila Joi Miranda.

Boys

South Korea

Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Cup Tournament

Friday and Saturday at Seoul

Korea International def. YIS-Seoul 3-1

Chadwick International def. Osan American 3-0

Seoul Foreign def. Dwight School of Seoul 3-2

Seoul International def. Taejon Christian 3-0

YIS-Seoul def. Osan 3-2

Dwight def. TCIS, score unavailable

KIS def. Chadwick 3-1

SFS def. SIS 3-1

Seventh

TCIS def. Osan 3-1

Fifth

Dwight def. YIS-Seoul 3-0

Third

Chadwick def. SIS 3-0

Championship

SFS def. KIS 3-1

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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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