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American School In Japan's Allie Rogers dives to receive serve in front of teammate Savannah Napierski during Thursday's championship match in the Far East Division I girls volleyball tournament. Defending champion Kubasaki made it two straight titles, beating the Mustangs in five sets.

American School In Japan's Allie Rogers dives to receive serve in front of teammate Savannah Napierski during Thursday's championship match in the Far East Division I girls volleyball tournament. Defending champion Kubasaki made it two straight titles, beating the Mustangs in five sets. (Mariam Lee/Special to Stars and Stripes)

American School In Japan's Allie Rogers dives to receive serve in front of teammate Savannah Napierski during Thursday's championship match in the Far East Division I girls volleyball tournament. Defending champion Kubasaki made it two straight titles, beating the Mustangs in five sets.

American School In Japan's Allie Rogers dives to receive serve in front of teammate Savannah Napierski during Thursday's championship match in the Far East Division I girls volleyball tournament. Defending champion Kubasaki made it two straight titles, beating the Mustangs in five sets. (Mariam Lee/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Chloe' Stevens goes up to attack the ball at the net against American School In Japan's Savannah Napierski during Thursday's championship match in the Far East Division I girls volleyball tournament. The Dragons won for the second straight year, this time in five sets over the Mustangs.

Kubasaki's Chloe' Stevens goes up to attack the ball at the net against American School In Japan's Savannah Napierski during Thursday's championship match in the Far East Division I girls volleyball tournament. The Dragons won for the second straight year, this time in five sets over the Mustangs. (Zoe Hall/Special to Stars and Stripes)

American School In Japan's Sammie Hoskins and Kubasaki's Josie Daffin battle for the ball at the net during Thursday's championship match in the Far East Division I girls volleyball tournament. The Dragons won for the second straight year, this time in five sets over the Mustangs.

American School In Japan's Sammie Hoskins and Kubasaki's Josie Daffin battle for the ball at the net during Thursday's championship match in the Far East Division I girls volleyball tournament. The Dragons won for the second straight year, this time in five sets over the Mustangs. (Zoe Hall/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Members of the Far East Division II girls volleyball All-Tournament team, left to right, front row: Caitlyn Rowan, Yokota; Ani Erhart, Matthew C. Perry; Nina Warita, Rina Ogawa, Yoko Imajo, International School of the Sacred Heart. Back row: Gabby Hidalgo, E.J. King; Andreia Ignacio, Osan; Kalean Middleton, Coko Magby, Robert D. Edgren; Lauren Jones, Kambrea Quihuiz, Zama; Sha'Nissa RaSun, Humphreys; Angel Cadavos, Lebet Erhart, Perry; AnaMalae Tia, Daegu.

Members of the Far East Division II girls volleyball All-Tournament team, left to right, front row: Caitlyn Rowan, Yokota; Ani Erhart, Matthew C. Perry; Nina Warita, Rina Ogawa, Yoko Imajo, International School of the Sacred Heart. Back row: Gabby Hidalgo, E.J. King; Andreia Ignacio, Osan; Kalean Middleton, Coko Magby, Robert D. Edgren; Lauren Jones, Kambrea Quihuiz, Zama; Sha'Nissa RaSun, Humphreys; Angel Cadavos, Lebet Erhart, Perry; AnaMalae Tia, Daegu. (Damaris Hanson/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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VolleyballFar East High School Girls Division I Volleyball Tournament Thursday at South Post, Yongsan Garrison, South Korea Single-elimination playoffsFifthNile C. Kinnick def. Christian Academy Japan 25-15, 15-25, 19-25, 25-14, 15-10ThirdSeisen def. Kadena 25-22, 25-19, 25-15

ChampionshipKubasaki def. ASIJ 25-14, 26-24, 22-25, 22-25, 15-11 Kills — Kubasaki: Josie Daffin 13, Maiya Larry 13, Chloe’ Stevens 6, Miranda Fino 5; ASIJ: Elyse Davidson 16. Digs — Kubasaki: Larry 21, Jordyn Deleon Guerrero 20, Fino 5; ASIJ: Allie Rogers 8, Kiki Davidson 7. Assists — Kubasaki: Courtney Kait 33; ASIJ: Sammie Hoskins 15.

AwardsMost Valuable Player —Daffin, KubasakiBest defender — Deleon Guerrero, Kubasaki.Best hitter — E. Davidson, ASIJBest server — Faith Hughes, KinnickBest blocker — E. Davidson, ASIJBest setter – Rheagan Wyche, Kadena.Team Sportsmanship — SeisenAll-Tournament — Larry (two-time selection), Courtney Kait, Fino (two-time selection), Stevens, Kubasaki;Davidson (two-time selection), Savannah Napierski, Sammie Hoskins, ASIJ; Miyu Niwa, Nikita Endo, Seisen; Hughes, Kinnick; Wyche, Kadena (four-time selection, Daegu in 2013); Victoria Taylor (two-time selection), Reiko Tsuji, CAJ; Jessica Gardner, Seoul American.Far East High School Girls Division II Volleyball Tournament Thursday at Yokota Air Base, Japan Single elimination with consolationMatthew C. Perry def. Zama 25-15, 28-26 Sacred Heart def. Robert D. Edgren 25-23, 20-25, 25-14, 25-17 Zama def. Humphreys 25-10, 25-11, 25-20 Edgren def. Osan 25-19, 24-26, 28-26, 25-19 Third Edgren def. Zama 25-12, 25-14, 25-21 Championship Sacred Heart def. Perry 27-25, 23-25, 26-24, 25-15Awards Most Valuable Player — Yoko Imago, ISSHTeam Sportsmanship — E.J. KingAll-Tournament team — YokoImajo, Rina Ogawa, Nina Warita (two-time selection), ISSH; Ani Erhart (two-time selection), Lebet Erhart (two-time selection), Angel Cadavos, Perry; Kalean Middleton (two-time selection), Coko Magby (two-time selction), Edgren; Lauren Jones, Kambrea Quihuiz, Zama; Sha’Nissa RaSun, HHS; Andreia Ignacio, Osan; AnaMalae Tia, Daegu; Caitlin Rowan, Yokota.

TennisFar East High School Tennis Tournament Thursday at Kadena Air Base, OkinawaDivision I Boys St. Mary’s 33, ASIJ 29, Seoul American 16, CAJ 13, Yongsan 12, Kubasaki 11, Kadena 5, Kinnick 4

Girls ASIJ 31, Seisen 22, Seoul American 22, Yongsan 13, Kadena 8, CAJ 6, Kinnick 6, Kubasaki, 4

Division II Boys King 5, Zama 5, Osan, Humphreys, Yokota and Perry 2 Girls Yokota 14; Humphreys 7, Zama 6, King 3, Edgren 2

BoysSingles Championship Marius Ruh, St. Mary’s def. Juan Borga, St. Mary’s, 6-1, 6-2Third Noah Inahara, ASIJ def. Len Kamemoto, ASIJ, 8-5Fifth Tristin Mori, CAJ def. Nick Gagnet, Seoul American, 8-4Ninth placeJosh Gagnet, Seoul American def. Garrett Higgins, Kinnick, 8-3Doubles Championship Kamemoto and Inahara def. Ruh and Ken Senkoff, St. Mary’s, 6-4, 4-6, 7-5Third Juan Borga and Raymond Maejima, St. Mary’s def. Leon Hoy and Kaisei Sato, ASIJ, 8-3Fifth N. Gagnet and J. Gagnet def. Thomas Kim and Wonseuk Her, Yongsan, 8-1Ninth Trayland Rose and Lorenzo Cardenas, Zama def. Ryo Elliott and Chris Sparks, Kubasaki, 8-2

Girls Singles Championship Lili Kobayashi, ASIJ def. Matilde Piras, Seisen, 6-4, 6-2Third Grace Cho, Seoul American def. Ana Clara Borga, Seisen, 8-5Fifth Nana Yoshimura, ASIJ def. Ashley Shirriff, Seoul American, 8-3Ninth Rimi Bargmon, Yokota def. Heather Hurley, Zama, 8-2

Doubles Championship Kobayashi and Yoshimura led Piras and A. Borga 4-6, 7-6 (7-1), 4-3, susp., rainThird Erin Chang and Erin Blank, ASIJ def. Anisha Harilal and Melanie Schenberger, Seoul American, 8-5Fifth Bargmon and Kaia Austin, Yokota def. Yejoo Kang and Andre Lee, Yongsan, 8-4Ninth Jenny Yoo and Allison Park, Yongsan, def. Honoka Miyata and Kaitlyn Corbett, CAJ, 8-6Mixed doubles Championship Hoy and Chang def. Sato and Blank 7-5, 3-6, 6-3Third Caleb Wiedie and Alex Dunham, Kadena, def. Kim and Yoo 8-6Fifth Bryce Szerlag and Anna Christie, King, def. Ryan Oh and Schenberger 8-6Ninth Mathew Cho and Lee, Yongsan, def. Elliott and Camden Anderson, Kubasaki, 8-3

Boys soccer GuamGuam 4, Tiyan 1 Wednesday at TiyanHalftime — 3-0. Goals — GHS: Leon Bamba (6), Tyler George (1), Joseph Connelley (1). Assists — GHS: Joseph Connelley 2.

Guam 3, John F. Kennedy 3 Monday at Agana HeightsHalftime —JFK 2-1. Goals — GHS: Leon Bamba 3 (5); JFK: Devin Mendiola 2, Jordan Jasmine 2.

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