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Kadena's Shaun Freeman serves against Yokota's Connor Standbridge during Monday's second-round singles match in the Far East tennis tournament. Freeman, the two-time Okinawa district champion, beat Edgren's Noah Ramirez 8-0 in the first round and eliminated Standbridge 8-3 in the second to reach the quarterfinals.

Kadena's Shaun Freeman serves against Yokota's Connor Standbridge during Monday's second-round singles match in the Far East tennis tournament. Freeman, the two-time Okinawa district champion, beat Edgren's Noah Ramirez 8-0 in the first round and eliminated Standbridge 8-3 in the second to reach the quarterfinals. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes )

Kadena's Shaun Freeman serves against Yokota's Connor Standbridge during Monday's second-round singles match in the Far East tennis tournament. Freeman, the two-time Okinawa district champion, beat Edgren's Noah Ramirez 8-0 in the first round and eliminated Standbridge 8-3 in the second to reach the quarterfinals.

Kadena's Shaun Freeman serves against Yokota's Connor Standbridge during Monday's second-round singles match in the Far East tennis tournament. Freeman, the two-time Okinawa district champion, beat Edgren's Noah Ramirez 8-0 in the first round and eliminated Standbridge 8-3 in the second to reach the quarterfinals. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes )

Seoul American's Josh Gagnet rips a forehand return against Daniel Posthumus of Kinnick during Monday's second-round singles match in the Far East tennis tournament. Gagnet, a Korea Blue all-conference player, beat Perry's Nathan Bokamper 8-1 in the first round and Posthumus 8-3 in the second to reach the quarterfinals.

Seoul American's Josh Gagnet rips a forehand return against Daniel Posthumus of Kinnick during Monday's second-round singles match in the Far East tennis tournament. Gagnet, a Korea Blue all-conference player, beat Perry's Nathan Bokamper 8-1 in the first round and Posthumus 8-3 in the second to reach the quarterfinals. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes )

Seoul American's Colby Mortensen leaps for a forehand volley against Andre Lee of Yongsan during Monday's second-round singles match in the Far East tennis tournament. Mortensen, a Korea Blue all-conference player, beat Kinnick's Tamaki Farman 8-0 in the first round and ousted Lee 8-5 in the second.

Seoul American's Colby Mortensen leaps for a forehand volley against Andre Lee of Yongsan during Monday's second-round singles match in the Far East tennis tournament. Mortensen, a Korea Blue all-conference player, beat Kinnick's Tamaki Farman 8-0 in the first round and ousted Lee 8-5 in the second. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes )

E.J. King's Akira Goodman lunges for a backhand return against Kitt Mori of Christian Academy Japan during Monday's first-round singles match in the Far East tennis tournament. Goodman, the DODEA-Japan tournament singles and doubles champion, lost 8-5.

E.J. King's Akira Goodman lunges for a backhand return against Kitt Mori of Christian Academy Japan during Monday's first-round singles match in the Far East tennis tournament. Goodman, the DODEA-Japan tournament singles and doubles champion, lost 8-5. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Yokota's Kaia Austin smacks a backhand return against Yejoo Kang of Yongsan during Monday's second-round singles match in the Far East tennis tournament. Austin, the DODEA-Japan tournament singles and doubles champion,beat Angelina Parker of Kubasaki 8-1 in the first round and eliminated Kang in the second 8-4.

Yokota's Kaia Austin smacks a backhand return against Yejoo Kang of Yongsan during Monday's second-round singles match in the Far East tennis tournament. Austin, the DODEA-Japan tournament singles and doubles champion,beat Angelina Parker of Kubasaki 8-1 in the first round and eliminated Kang in the second 8-4. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Edgren's Shannon Mahoney reaches down for a groundstroke against Adelle Ashby of Kubasaki during Monday's second-round singles match in the Far East tennis tournament. Mahoney, a DODEA-Japan tournament singles and doubles semifinalist, beat Yokota's Elly Garcia in the first round 8-3 but lost to Okinawa district champion Ashby 8-4 in the second.

Edgren's Shannon Mahoney reaches down for a groundstroke against Adelle Ashby of Kubasaki during Monday's second-round singles match in the Far East tennis tournament. Mahoney, a DODEA-Japan tournament singles and doubles semifinalist, beat Yokota's Elly Garcia in the first round 8-3 but lost to Okinawa district champion Ashby 8-4 in the second. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Adelle Ashby hits a forehand return against Edgren's Shannon Mahoney during Monday's second-round singles match in the Far East tennis tournament. Ashby, the Okinawa district singles and doubles champion, beat Yeorae Kim of Humphreys 8-1 in the first round and ousted Mahoney 8-4 in the second.

Kubasaki's Adelle Ashby hits a forehand return against Edgren's Shannon Mahoney during Monday's second-round singles match in the Far East tennis tournament. Ashby, the Okinawa district singles and doubles champion, beat Yeorae Kim of Humphreys 8-1 in the first round and ousted Mahoney 8-4 in the second. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Humphreys' Emily Yang smacks a forehand return against E.J. King's Megumi Kodama during Monday's first-round singles match in the Far East tennis tournament. Yang, the Korea Red tournament No. 1 singles champion, beat Kodama 8-5, but lost in the second round 8-2 to Megan Sewell of Kinnick.

Humphreys' Emily Yang smacks a forehand return against E.J. King's Megumi Kodama during Monday's first-round singles match in the Far East tennis tournament. Yang, the Korea Red tournament No. 1 singles champion, beat Kodama 8-5, but lost in the second round 8-2 to Megan Sewell of Kinnick. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

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TennisFar East Tennis Championships Monday at Kadena Air BaseBoys Sngles First round Keimahri Marks, Edgren, def. Teige Heckenlaible, Humphreys, 8-4; Daniel Posthumus, Kinnick, def. Marcus Schrader, King, 8-0; Josh Gagnet, SAHS, def. Nathan Bokamper, Perry, 8-1; Kai Strawn, St. Mary’s, def. Carson Vath, Kadena, 8-0; Sean Bowles, Zama, def. Jay Yoo, Daegu, 8-2; Shanon Hyde, Kubasaki, def. Young Park, Osan, 8-2; Tristin Mori, CAJ, def. Keanu McElroy, Yokota, 8-0; Raymond Maejima, St. Mary’s, def. Mori Rempola, Kubasaki, 8-0; Bradley Moore, Zama, def. Matthew Whiting, Humphreys, 8-4; Connor Standbridge, Yokota, def. Ryan Posthumus, Kinnick, 8-1; Shaun Freeman, Kadena, def. Noah Ramirez, Edgren, 8-0; Leon Hoy, ASIJ, def. Gregory Yi, Osan, 8-0; Aidan Lewis, Perry, def. Brian Sitenga, SAHS, 8-0; Tehun Kim, YIS-Seoul, def. Josh Lee, Daegu, 8-0; Kitt Mori, CAJ, def. Akira Goodman, King, 8-5.Second round Noah Inahara, ASIJ, def. Marks 8-0; Gagnet def. D. Posthumus 8-3; Strawn def. Bowles 8-0; T. Mori def. Hyde 8-1; Maejima def. Moore 8-0; Freeman def. Standbridge 8-3; Hoy def. Lewis 8-0; K. Mori def. Kim 8-3.Girls Singles First round Matilde Piras, Seisen, def. Anisha Harilal, SAHS, 8-1; Trish Giles, Perry, def. Gabrielle Kowalk, Osan, 8-5; Emily Yang, Humphreys, def. Megumi Kodama, King, 8-5; Megan Sewell, Kinnick, def. Jade Stokes, Daegu, 8-2; Marei Karasawa, ASIJ, def. Ellie Friedman, Kadena, 8-1; Sara Means, CAJ, def. Eiry Lynch, Zama, 8-5; Yejoo Kang, YIS-Seoul, def. Chanapa Mann, Edgren, 8-2; Kaia Austin, Yokota, def. Angelina Parker, Kubasaki, 8-1; Sarah Omachi, Seisen, def. Marian Vesprey, Perry, 8-0; Laila Donawa, Daegu, def. McKenna Murphy, Kadena, 9-7; Shannon Mahoney, Edgren, def. Elly Garcia, Yokota, 8-3; Adelle Ashby, Kubasaki, def. Yeorae Kim, Humphreys, 8-1; Nana Yoshimura, ASIJ, def. Haru Bellwood, King, 8-0; Reagan Palmer, Zama, def. Samantha Kwasniewski, Osan, 8-1; Andre Lee, YIS-Seoul, def. Honoka Miyata, CAJ, 8-5; Colby Mortensen, SAHS, def. Tamaki Farman, Kinnick, 8-0.Second round Piras def. Giles 8-1; Sewell def. Yang 8-2; Karasawa def. Means 8-5; Austin def. Kang 8-4; Omachi def. Donawa 8-0; Ashby def. Mahoney 8-4; Yoshimura def. Palmer 8-1; Mortensen def. Lee 8-5.Mixed doubles First round Ji Kim and Pauline Coronel, Humphreys, def. Justin Beebe and Layla Standbridge, Yokota, 8-6; Kento Berry and Kaitlyn Corbett, CAJ, def. Zachary Davis and Lili Manzi, Kubasaki, 8-3; Ryan Freeman and Kaylee Howell, Kadena, def. Joshua Ceria and Andhalyi Carter, King, 8-1; Kai Lange and Sarah Saiki, Perry, def. Carter Whitton and Dana Story, Zama, 8-3; Matthew Manson and Ayana Atwater, Kinnick, def. Kade Woods and Minju Oh, Osan, 8-2; Patrick McEleney and Elsie Lemire, Yokota, def. Daniel Kim and Kristina Park, SAHS, 8-4; Ben Sessions and Yasmin Guilfoyle, Daegu, def. Sean Overton and Hanna Yozawa, CAJ, 9-8; Randolf Sewell and Vanessa Badiola, Kinnick, def. Matt Sellers and Kobi Davis, Kadena, 8-6; Matthew Cho and Annie Nam, YIS-Seoul, def. Shigeru Stuckey and Daisy Dalat, Zama, 8-2; Shion Lackie and Alexis Mojica, Perry, def. Nathan Bae and Capri Leschber, Humphreys, 8-0; Ryo Elliot and Camden Anderson, Kubasaki, def. Tae Hoon Kim and Angela Copia, Osan, 8-1.Second round Billy Fujii and Erin Chang, ASIJ, def. J. Kim and Coronel 8-0; Berry and Corbett def. R. Freeman and Howell 8-2; Ryan Ham and Allison Park, YIS-Seoul, def. Lange and Saiki 8-1; Ryan Oh and Annie Yeom, SAHS, def. Manson and Atwater 8-5; Ren Niikura and Eriya Hara, ASIJ, def. McEleney and Lemire 8-1; R. Sewell and Badiola def. Sessions and Guilfoyle 8-2; Cho and Nam def. Jonathan Lee and Shiona Lonesky, King, 8-6; Elliot and Anderson def. Lackie and Mojica 8-1.

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