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Kubasaki's Anya Andrade tries to field a Seisen spike during Saturday's Dragons' three-set win over the Phoenix for the YUJO IV tournament title.
Kubasaki's Anya Andrade tries to field a Seisen spike during Saturday's Dragons' three-set win over the Phoenix for the YUJO IV tournament title. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Anya Andrade tries to field a Seisen spike during Saturday's Dragons' three-set win over the Phoenix for the YUJO IV tournament title.
Kubasaki's Anya Andrade tries to field a Seisen spike during Saturday's Dragons' three-set win over the Phoenix for the YUJO IV tournament title. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Kieran Blessing and Osan's MinSung Kim go up at the net for the ball during the Blackhawks' four-set win over the Cougars.
Humphreys' Kieran Blessing and Osan's MinSung Kim go up at the net for the ball during the Blackhawks' four-set win over the Cougars. (Krystal Duenas/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Ariel Stickar and Osan's Maja Inthavixay battle at the net for the ball during the Cougars' three-set win Saturday over the Blackhawks.
Humphreys' Ariel Stickar and Osan's Maja Inthavixay battle at the net for the ball during the Cougars' three-set win Saturday over the Blackhawks. (Krystal Duenas/Special to Stripes)
Kubasaki's Donatella Barone and Seisenl's Sarah Atanacio nearly collide at the net over the ball during Saturday's Dragons' three-set win over the Phoenix for the YUJO IV tournament title.
Kubasaki's Donatella Barone and Seisenl's Sarah Atanacio nearly collide at the net over the ball during Saturday's Dragons' three-set win over the Phoenix for the YUJO IV tournament title. (Mayu Ono/Special to Stripes)
Kubasaki's Alyssa Alvarado hits against the block of Sarah Atanacio of Seisen during Saturday's Dragons' three-set win over the Phoenix for the YUJO IV tournament title.
Kubasaki's Alyssa Alvarado hits against the block of Sarah Atanacio of Seisen during Saturday's Dragons' three-set win over the Phoenix for the YUJO IV tournament title. (Mayu Ono/Special to Stripes)

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Cross country GuamFriday at John F. Kennedy High School, Ramsey Field, Upper Tumon (3.12-mile course)Boys St. Paul Christian 72, John F. Kennedy 82, St. John’s 83, Guam High 96, Simon Sanchez 121, Okkodo 140, Southern 208, George Washington 212, Father Duenas 253, Harvest Christian 273, Tiyan 287 1, Brandon Miranda, SPC, 17 minutes, 54.84 seconds; 2, Nicholas Keefe, GHS, 18:00.35; Kyle Delos Santos, OHS, 18:12.72; 4, Jacob Miranda, SPC, 18:15.62; 5, Marc Rajesh, SJS, 18:24.81; 6, Luke Bukikosa, GW, 18:32.18; 7, Zachary Criss, SJS, 18:35.34; 8, Terrence Johnson, Tiyan, 18:38.40; 9, Carlos Leon Guerrero, SHS, 18:51.71; 10, Jerimiah Rosario, JFK, 18:58.00.Girls St. John’s 49, John F. Kennedy 72, Academy of Our Lady 86, Guam 93, St. Paul Christian 103, Okkodo 128, George Washington 143, Southern 201 1, Jenna Han, SJS, 21 minutes, 46.21 seconds; 2, Tanea Henderson, GHS, 22:16.64; 3, Mya Tolerson, JFK, 22:27.06; 4, Madison Packbier, SJS, 22:34.95; 5, Chasity Minor, JFK, 22:37.60; 6, Annika Almario, AOLG, 23:15.52; 7, Letycia Lynch, GHS, 23:27.82; 8, Jazmin Samonte, SPC, 23:32.39; 9, Kailea Wiese, SJS, 23:35.36; 10, Gissa Dumaroag, GW, 23:37.26.

JapanSaturday at Tama Hills Recreation Center (3.12-mile course)Boys American School In Japan 21, St. Mary’s 38 Nile C. Kinnick 19, Christian Academy Japan 44 CAJ 22, Zama 35 Yokota 18, St. Maur 45 1, Akimanzi Siibo, Kinnick, 16 minutes, 32.9 seconds; 2, Trevor McAuliffe, ASIJ, 16:37.3; 3, Shaamer Kumar, ASIJ, 17:11.7; 4, Jordan Van Druff, CAJ, 17:15.2; 5, Shintaro Okubo, ASIJ, 17:16.7; 6, Ryusei Aomi, St. Mary’s, 17:17.5; 7, Neo Yoshii, St. Mary’s, 17:32.7; 8, Matthew Inamine, St. Mary’s, 17:33.9; 9, Matthew Inamine, St. Mary’s, 17:33.9; 10, Leo Watson, ASIJ, 17:38.8.Girls ASIJ 16, Sacred Heart 46 ASIJ 21, Seisen 38 Kinnick 15, CAJ incomplete Zama 15, CAJ incomplete Kinnick 23, Sacred Heart 32 Sacred Heart 22, Yokota 37 Yokota 23, St. Maur 32 1, Saga Wihman, ASIJ, 19 minutes, 57.2 seconds; 2, Nana Richter, Seisen, 20:15.4; 3, Annabel Stafford, Kinnick, 20:21.2; 4, Marina Ten Have, ASIJ, 20:36.1; 5, Aubrey Giles, Zama, 20:51.8; 6, Katie Clark, ASIJ, 20:58.4; 7, Risa Homma, Seisen, 21:16.8; 8, Stephanie Eristoff, ASIJ, 21:26.2; 9, Alisa Belitz, ISSH, 21:26.3; 10, Leah Fahy, ASIJ, 21:29.6. Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni (3.12-mile course)Boys Matthew C. Perry 15, Robert D. Edgren 22, E.J. King 44 1, Owen Young, MCP, 16 minutes, 25 seconds; 2, Jun Royster, Edgren, 16:45; 3, Andrew Forester, MCP, 17:43; 4, Ethan Hovenkotter, Edgren, 18:18; 5, Ethan Perdew, MCP, 18:21; 6, Mark Zambrano, MCP, 18:28; 7, C.J. Dilport, MCP, 18:45; 8, Samual Squires, Edgren, 18:50; 9, Angelo Mazo, EJK, 18:56; 10, Gabriel Barrera, MCP, 18:59.Girls Perry 14, Edgren 22, King incomplete 1, Angelique Armijo, MCP, 19 minutes, 44 seconds; 2, Isabel Pummil, Edgren, 21:26; 3, Elizabeth Mitchell, MVP, 21:43; 4, Shion Rudolph, MCP, 22:02; 5, Momomi Atkinson, Edgren, 22:34; 6, Hannah Widner, MCP, 22:44; 7, Samantha Hendrickson, Edgren, 22:59; 8, Maya Smith, Edgren, 23:22; 9, Micayla Feltner, MVP, 23:50; 10, Brianna Aviles, EJK, 24:07.

Tennis South KoreaSaturday at Camp WalkerBoys Chadwick 4, Daegu 1 Singles Ben Sessions, Daegu, def. Mike Attent 9-8 (6-2); Edwark Park, CI, def. Joseph Moreno 8-6; Ben Kim, CI, def. Jason Seigler 8-2.Doubles Frank Park and Edward Song, CI, def. Ethan Sessions and Daniel Sowers, 8-2, CI by walkover.Girls Chadwick 4, Daegu 1 Singles Sophie Cho, CI, def. Laila Donawa 8-2; Yasmin Guilfoyle, Daegu, def. Caroline Kim 8-5; CI by walkover.Doubles Jimin Lee and May Jin, CI, def. Jamimae Clark and Jasmin Moreno 8-1; Amani Kurtz and Liyu Arega, CI, def. Julie Laferty and Kathleen Padua 8-3.

JapanSaturday at Sasebo Naval BaseBoys King 6, Perry 1 Singles Takumi Kodama, EJK, def. William Rudolph 6-0; Jonathan Lee, EJK, def. Kai Lange 6-0; Akira Goodman, EJK, def. Noah Saperstein 6-3; Kaito Bergman, EJK, def. Yugo Cooley 6-3; Benjamine Bruzga, EJK, def. William Dearinge 7-5.Doubles Kodama-Lee def. Rudolph-Saperstein 6-0; Lange-Cooley def. Goodman Bergman 7-6.Girls Perry 6, King 1 Singles Sarah Saiki, MCP, def. Isabella Caronan 6-0; Marion Vesprey, MCP, def. Anhadlyi Carter 6-3; Olivia Archambault, MCP, def. Jae Garland 6-4; Mike Harris, MCP, def. Halle Santiago 6-0; Ayana Lonesky, EJK, def. Natalie Uhl 6-4.Doubles Saiki-Vesprey def. Carter-Caronan 6-2; Harris-Archambault def. Garland-Santiago 6-3.

Volleyball Girls4th American School In Japan YUJO Tournament Saturday at TokyoPool A ACS Cobham, England 4-1 Nile C. Kinnick 4-1 ASIJ A 3-2 CAJ 3-2 Kadena 1-4 United World Colleges, International School of Asia 0-5Pool B Kubasaki 5-0 Seisen 4-1 ASIJ B, 4-1 United World Colleges, Southeast Asia, Singapore 3-2 Yokota 1-4 Zama 0-5 Robert D. Edgren 0-5Single-elimination playoffs Kinnick def. Edgren, 25-18, 25-22 ASIJ B def. UWC ISAK 25-14, 25-17 CAJ def. Yokota 21-25, 25-12, 25-6 ASIJ A def. Zama 25-11, 25-13 UWC SEA def. Kadena 25-13, 16-25, 25-21 Kubasaki def. CAJ 25-12, 25-15 Kinnick def. ASIJ B 25-13, 25-21 Seisen def. ASIJ A 25-19, 25-21 UWC SEA def. ACS Cobham 25-20, 25-18 Kubasaki def. Kinnick 25-13, 25-18 Seisen def. UWC SEA 25-10, 23-25, 25-18 UWC def. Kinnick 25-23, 25-20, third place Kubasaki def. Seisen 25-14, 25-19, 27-25Championship Kubasaki def. Seisen 25-14, 25-19, 27-25 Kills — Dragons: Donatella Barone 14, Abby Robinson 12, Alyssa Alvarado 7, Zoey Weidley 5; Seisen: Lilu Vandercamme 8, Sarah Atanacio 7, Aimi Iwao 5. Assists — Dragons: Mimi Larry 38; Phoenix: Jenny Niwa 19. Block points — Dragons: Barone 5, Robinson 3. Digs — Phoenix: Niwa 15, Momoka Umemiya 11.Awards Player of the Tournament — Larry.All-tournament team — Kubasaki: Barone, Robinson; Seisen: Niwa, Umemiya; UWC SEA: Tatiana Lechner; ASIJ A: Cora Eaton; ASIJ 2: Jetti Edwards; Kinnick: Madelyn Gallo; CAJ: Kachel Bedow; ACS Cobham: Lauren Garges.

South KoreaYongsan def. Daegu 25-17, 25-9, 25-8 Saturday at Camp WalkerKills — Guardians: Megan Paek 6. Aces — Guardians: Sofia Kang 8. Assists — Guardians; Ashley Cho 20. Digs — Guardians: Eliana Kim 10.Osan def. Humphreys 27-25, 25-21, 25-21 Saturday at Camp Zama.Yongsan def. Taejon Christian 25-20, 25-13, 25-9 Friday at DaejeonKills — Guardians: Rachael Ko 9. Aces — Guardians: Cho 5, Paek 5. Assists — Guardians; Cho 32. Digs — Guardians: Jojo Pak 9.

Boys South KoreaYongsan def. Daegu 25-18, 25-19, 25-22 Saturday at Camp WalkerKills — Guardians: Danny Kim 9. Assists — Guardians: Sean Lim 12. Aces — Guardians: Nicky Choi 6.Humphreys def. Osan 25-15, 25-16, 17-25, 25-22 Saturday at Osan Air Base

JapanSaturday at KobeCanadian Academy def. King 25-18,2 5-19 Hiroshima def. King 25-19, 25-15

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