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Seoul American's Joshua Gagnet smacks a two-handed backhand against American School In Japan's Noah Inahara during Tuesday's Far East tennis tournament boys singles quarterfinals. Inahara outlasted Gagnet 8-6.

Seoul American's Joshua Gagnet smacks a two-handed backhand against American School In Japan's Noah Inahara during Tuesday's Far East tennis tournament boys singles quarterfinals. Inahara outlasted Gagnet 8-6. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Seoul American's Joshua Gagnet smacks a two-handed backhand against American School In Japan's Noah Inahara during Tuesday's Far East tennis tournament boys singles quarterfinals. Inahara outlasted Gagnet 8-6.

Seoul American's Joshua Gagnet smacks a two-handed backhand against American School In Japan's Noah Inahara during Tuesday's Far East tennis tournament boys singles quarterfinals. Inahara outlasted Gagnet 8-6. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Yokota's Kaia Austin strikes against American School In Japan's Marei Karasawa during Tuesday's Far East tennis tournament girls singles quarterfinals. Karasawa eliminated Austin 8-6.

Yokota's Kaia Austin strikes against American School In Japan's Marei Karasawa during Tuesday's Far East tennis tournament girls singles quarterfinals. Karasawa eliminated Austin 8-6. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Seoul American's Colby Mortensen volleys against American School In Japan's Nana Yoshimura during Tuesday's Far East tennis tournament girls singles quarterfinals. Yoshimura ousted Mortensen 8-6.

Seoul American's Colby Mortensen volleys against American School In Japan's Nana Yoshimura during Tuesday's Far East tennis tournament girls singles quarterfinals. Yoshimura ousted Mortensen 8-6. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

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Cross countryFar East Cross Country Meet Tuesday at Misawa Air BaseDivision I Overall Nile C. Kinnick 4, Kadena, 5, American School In Japan 5, Seoul American 6, Kubasaki 10 BoysSt. Mary’s 30, Kinnick 37, Seoul American 47, ASIJ 49, Kadena 53, Kubasaki 98 All-Division team with times: 1, Thomas Richter, St. Mary’s, 17 minutes, 1 second; 2, Jack Newton, SAHS, 17:04; 3, Akimanzi Siibo, Kinnick, 17:12; 4, Jerry Lotz, Kinnick, 17:18; 5, Hayden Bills, Kadena, 17:20; 6, Paul Slife, SAHS, 17:22; 7, Leonardo A’De Lima, St. Mary’s, 17:35; 8, Declan Falls, ASIJ, 17:35; 9, Ryusei Aomi, St. Mary’s, 17:36; 10, Luke Rogan, ASIJ, 17:46.Girls Kadena 29, ASIJ 33, Kinnick 37, Seoul American 64, Kubasaki 78 All-Division team with times: 1, Lisa Watanuki, ASIJ, 19 minutes, 32 seconds; 2, Lucy Bailey, Kinnick, 20:37; 3, Adrianna Gomez, Kadena, 21:07; 4, Elizabeth Joy, Kubasaki, 21:13; 5, Chloe Byrd, SAHS, 21:26; 6, Wren Renquist, Kadena, 21:27; 7, Rissa Eilmes, Kinnick, 21:27; 8, Eliza L’Heureux, ASIJ, 21:37; 9, Maica Hernandez, Kadena, 21:47; 10, Emma Wingfield-Hayes, ASIJ, 21:58.Division II Overall Yokota 3, St. Maur 3, Okinawa Christian 9, Zama 10, E.J. King 11, Osan 11, Humphreys 12, Robert D. Edgren 13, Daegu 18, Matthew C. Perry incomplete Boys Yokota 28, St. Maur 57, Osan 71, Okinawa Christian 72, Humphreys 76, Zama 91, Perry 107, Edgren 119, King 125, Daegu 153 All-Division team with times: 1, Jeff Ferrand, Yokota, 17 minutes, 38 seconds; 2, Tony Wachira, OCSI, 17:39; 3, Hunter Lund, Zama, 17:39; 4, Ken Johnson, St. Maur, 17:49; 5, Brennan Seibert,Yokota, 18:18; 6, Jun Royster, Edgren, 18:21; 7, Michael Galvin, Yokota, 18:28; 8, Lorenzo Brown, Perry, 18:33; 9, Jaxon Andersson, Osan, 18:35; 10, Nathan Gillespie, Humphreys, 18:37.Girls St. Maur 10, Yokota 49, King 64, Zama 68, Okinawa Christian 68, Edgren 86, Humphreys 87, Osan 102, Daegu 157, Perry incomplete All-Division team with times: 1, Sarah Francis, Humphreys, 21 minutes, 14 seconds; 2, Ai Robbins, Yokota, 21:38; 3, Emma Tamura, St. Maur, 21:48; 4, Avery Parker, Osan, 22;11; 5, Jessica Hibler, Zama, 22:22; 6, Amelia McGrath, King, 22:32; 7, Allison Hao, St. Maur, 22:38; 8, Allona Bariring, Yokota, 22:43; 9, Sharnell Nocon, King, 22:47; 10, Ayaka Nagamine, OCSI, 23:18.

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

Basketball Girls GuamSimon Sanchez 27, Guam High 23 Tuesday at Agana HeightsSSHS 2 5 11 9—27GHS 8 2 8 5—23Scoring — Panthers: Harmony Yatar 12. Rebounding — Panthers: Kamryn Mafnas 10, Yatar 8.


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