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Daegu's Angus Delaney sends the ball past Osan's Jade Gante during Saturday's Korea boys volleyball match. The Warriors won in straight sets.

Daegu's Angus Delaney sends the ball past Osan's Jade Gante during Saturday's Korea boys volleyball match. The Warriors won in straight sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Angus Delaney sends the ball past Osan's Jade Gante during Saturday's Korea boys volleyball match. The Warriors won in straight sets.

Daegu's Angus Delaney sends the ball past Osan's Jade Gante during Saturday's Korea boys volleyball match. The Warriors won in straight sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Osan's Jade Gante hits against Daegu's Chase Lamar and Angus Delaney during Saturday's Korea boys volleyball match. The Warriors won in straight sets.

Osan's Jade Gante hits against Daegu's Chase Lamar and Angus Delaney during Saturday's Korea boys volleyball match. The Warriors won in straight sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Sae-jong Jordan pushes the ball over the net against Osan's Kemari Nash and Alexander Eaglin during Saturday's Korea boys volleyball match. The Warriors won in three sets.

Daegu's Sae-jong Jordan pushes the ball over the net against Osan's Kemari Nash and Alexander Eaglin during Saturday's Korea boys volleyball match. The Warriors won in three sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Osan's Timothy Petrae tries to tap the ball against Daegu's Charles Lyons and Chase Lamar during Saturday's Korea boys volleyball match. The Warriors won in straight sets.

Osan's Timothy Petrae tries to tap the ball against Daegu's Charles Lyons and Chase Lamar during Saturday's Korea boys volleyball match. The Warriors won in straight sets. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Angus Delaney sends the ball past Osan's Jade Gante during Saturday's Korea boys volleyball match. The Warriors won in straight sets.

Daegu's Angus Delaney sends the ball past Osan's Jade Gante during Saturday's Korea boys volleyball match. The Warriors won in straight sets. (Lexie Berry/Special to Stripes)

Daegu's Joshua Dela Cruz hits the ball past Osan's Kemari Nash during Saturday's Korea boys volleyball match. The Warriors won in straight sets.

Daegu's Joshua Dela Cruz hits the ball past Osan's Kemari Nash during Saturday's Korea boys volleyball match. The Warriors won in straight sets. (Lexie Berry/Special to Stripes)

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Cross country OkinawaSaturday at Kadena Air Base (3.12-mile course)Boys Kadena 19, Kubasaki 42, Okinawa Christian 83 1, Will Ray, Kadena, 16 minutes, 27.9 seconds; 2, Arthur Parra, Kubasaki, 16:44.2; 3, Rockwell Tobler, Kadena, 17:27.0; 4, Matthew Ray, Kadena, 17:52.5; 5, Beau Black, Kadena, 17:52.7; 6, Joe Renquist, Kadena, 18:06.0; 7, Nathaniel Elliott, Kadena, 18:26.1; 8, Daniel Lucas, Kubasaki, 18:29.4; 9, Jaeson Espina, Kubasaki, 18:37.3; 10, Carter Glass, Kadena, 18:39.3.Noteworthy — Will Ray broke the 1-year-old course record, 16:39.7, set last Oct. 12 by Kadena’s Trevor Williams.Girls Kadena 18, Kubasaki 43, Okinawa Christian incomplete 1, Sara Corrado, Kadena, 21 minutes, 22.7 seconds; 2, Grace Carey, Kadena, 22:24.6; 3, Audrey Kerr, Kubasaki, 22:28.7; 4, Isamar Vargas, Kadena, 22:46.9; 5, Elizabeth Desiderio, Kadena, 22:47.5; 6, Keely Albrecht, Kadena, 22:59.2; 7, Kennady White, Kadena, 24:19.3; 8, Meia Mitchell, Kubasaki, 25:43.4; 9, Marian White, Kubasaki, 25:46.2; 10, Katie Gilmore, Kadena, 26:23.2.Noteworthy — Sierra Taysom, a Kadena Middle School 8th-grader, broke her own course record, clocking 20:37.5, beating her old mark by almost 15 seconds, 20:52.1, set last Saturday.

Volleyball Girls South KoreaOsan def. Daegu 30-28, 18-25, 25-13, 25-20 Saturday at Osan Air BaseKills — Warriors: Issamoly Thurman 6. Aces — Warriors: Neea Lizama 7, Thurman 6. Assists — Warriors: Lexie Berry 10. Digs — Warriors: Berry 12, Junelle Abaya 7, Thurman 7, Ariel Harvey 6, Shawna Jang 6, Lizama 5.Yongsan def. Chadwick 25-16, 25-15, 25-15 Saturday at SeoulKills — Guardians: Megan Paek 8. Aces — Guardians: Paek 8. Assists — Guardians: Ashley Cho 20. Digs — Guardians: Sydney Chung 7. Block points — Guardians: Anna Fertig 3.Taejon Christian def. Daegu 25-13, 25-13, 25-16 Friday at Camp Walker

Boys South KoreaDaegu def. Osan 28-26, 25-21, 25-22 Saturday at Osan Air Base

Tennis South KoreaSaturday at Camp GeorgeBoys Humphreys 2, Daegu 1 Singles Joseph Moreno, Daegu, def. David Bellas 8-5; Hemis Weilbacher, Humphreys, def. Ethan Sessions 8-3.Doubles Micah Kim and Forrest Taylor, Humphreys, def. Amari Smith and Rim Gong 8-0.Girls Humphreys 4, Daegu 0 Singles Melissa Pritchett def. Laila Donawa 8-0, Ashley Kim def. Jaela Sahagun 8-1, Hana Ro def. Emma Sims 8-4.Doubles Evelyn Park and Chelyn Park def. Ella Sims and Seunglee Davis 8-0.


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