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Pacific Scoreboard: Nov. 10, 2018

By STARS AND STRIPES Published: November 10, 2018

High school

Volleyball

Girls

Far East volleyball tournaments
Saturday at Camp Humphreys, South Korea
Division I
Semifinals

Kubasaki def. Nile C. Kinnick 25-16, 25-16, 25-12
Seisen def. American School In Japan 25-19, 25-19, 25-23

Third
ASIJ def. Kinnick 25-21, 25-4, 26-24

Championship
Kubasaki def. Seisen 23-25, 20-25, 25-16, 25-16, 15-10
Kills — Dragons: Donatella Barone 18; Phoenix: Lilu Vandercamme 14, Kanon Ishibashi 12, Sarah Atanacio 8, Aimi Iwao 7. Block points — Phoenix: Vandercamme 6. Digs — Dragons: Zoe Weidley 19; Phoenix: Momoka Umemiya 20, Ishibashi 9, Jenny Niwa 8, Yuyu Chou 8. Assists — Dragons: Mimi Larry 43; Phoenix: Niwa 37.

Awards
Most Valuable Player —
Larry.
All-Tournament team — ASIJ: Cora Eaton (two-time selection), Aloha Suto; Kadena: Brie Barnett; Seisen: Niwa (two-time selection), Vandercamme (two-time selection), Kanon Ishibashi; Kubasaki: Abby Robinson, Alyssa Alvarado, Donatella Barone (two-time selection); Humphreys: Trinity Barreto; Kinnick: Madelyn Gallo.

Division II
Semifinals
Zama def. Seoul American 25-13, 25-14, 25-27, 25-19
Christian Academy Japan def. Yokota 25-9, 25-11, 25-9
Third
Yokota def. Seoul American 25-19, 25-21, 25-14
Championship
CAJ def. Zama 21-25, 25-15, 25-18, 23-25, 15-10

Awards
Most Valuable Player —
Grace Bryant, Zama.
All-Tournament team — CAJ: Kachel Bedow, Annabelle Deakins, Mitsuki Hishimura; King: Miya O’Mara; Daegu: Reyann Belford; Zama: Bryant (two-time selection), Kate Hultquist; Osan: Elizabeth White (two-time selection); Yokota: Caleigh Garcia, Adrianna Diaz (two-time selection); Perry: Hazel Bolduc; Edgren: Lily Enanoria; ISSH: Karin Kosugi; SAHS: Lauren Kirschner.
 

Tennis

Far East tennis tournament
Saturday at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa
Division I
Overall — Yongsan 39, Kubasaki 32, Kadena 29, Kinnick 28, Humphreys 8
Boys — St. Mary’s 23, Yongsan 17, Kinnick 8, Kubasaki 8, Kadena 4, Humphreys 4
Girls — Seisen 33, Kadena 20, Kubasaki 18, Kinnick 15, Yongsan 12, Humphreys 4
Division II
Overall — CAJ 55, Yokota 27, E.J. King 27, Matthew C. Perry 14, Seoul American 7, Daegu 6, Robert D. Edgren 6, Zama 4, Osan 2
Boys — CAJ 31, King 18, Yokota 12, Perry 7, Daegu 2, Edgren 2, Seoul American 2, Osan 0, Zama 0
Girls — CAJ 16, Yokota 7, Seoul 5, Daegu 4, Edgren 4, Perry 3, Osan 0, Zama 0
Boys singles

Championship — Kaito Masuda, CAJ, def. Kai Deremer, Yokota, 6-0, 6-4.
Third — Takumi Kodama, King, def. Yuki Toyokawa, St. Mary’s, 8-6.
Fifth — Kitt Mori, CAJ, def. Ian Choi, YIS-Seoul, 8-4.
Ninth — David Lee, YIS-Seoul, def. Andy Matsuzaki, St. Mary’s, 8-2.
Boys doubles
Championship — Mori and Kento Berry, CAJ, def. Toyokawa-Matsuzaki 6-1, 6-0.
Third — Kodama and Johnathon Lee, King, def. Choi-Lee 8-1.
Fifth — Masuda and Joey Frazier, CAJ, def. Won Hyun Kang and Seiga Shimamura, St. Mary’s, 8-5.
Ninth — Daniel Posthumus and Matthew Manson, Kinnick, def. Kouto Yamaguchi and James Sturn, Zama, 9-7.
Girls singles
Championship — Sarah Omachi, Seisen, def. Kaitlyn Corbett, CAJ, 6-0, 6-0.
Third — Allison Park, YIS-Seoul, def. Ally Johnson, Kubasaki, 8-2.
Fifth — Lisa Dombrowski, Kadena, def. Amana Fujikawa, Seisen, 8-5.
Ninth — Maddie Tsirlis, Kadena, def. Tamaki Farman, Kinnick, 8-2.
Girls doubles
Championship — Omachi-Fujikawa def. Lauren Woody and Debangi Mohanta, Seisen, 6-0, 6-1.
Third — Dombrowski-Tsirlis def. Johnson and Carolina Rivera, Kubasaki, 8-3.
Fifth — Farman and Amary-Gail Perfecto, Kinnick, def. Park and Ashley Koo, YIS-Seoul, 8-5.
Ninth — Jillian Mock and Aleigh Lamis, Kinnick, def. Kiara McLain and Jenny Sung, CAJ, 8-3.
Mixed doubles
Championship — Kang-Woody def. Shimamura-Mohanta 6-0, 6-3.
Third — Ryan Ham and Erica Cho, YIS-Seoul, def. Kento Berry and McLain, CAJ, 8-6.
Fifth — Jeff Mullarkey and Emily Taynton, Yokota, def. Akira Goodman and Anhadlyi Caronan, King, 9-7.
Ninth — Max Weidley and Lili Manzi, Kubasaki, def. Royce Smola and Kobi Davis, Kadena, 8-3.
 

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