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Kadena's Trevor Williams approaches the finish of Thursday's Okinawa cross-country race at Camp Foster. Williams was timed in 16 minutes, 19 seconds -- the fastest in the Pacific among DODEA and international schools this season.

Kadena's Trevor Williams approaches the finish of Thursday's Okinawa cross-country race at Camp Foster. Williams was timed in 16 minutes, 19 seconds -- the fastest in the Pacific among DODEA and international schools this season. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stripes)

Kadena's Trevor Williams approaches the finish of Thursday's Okinawa cross-country race at Camp Foster. Williams was timed in 16 minutes, 19 seconds -- the fastest in the Pacific among DODEA and international schools this season.

Kadena's Trevor Williams approaches the finish of Thursday's Okinawa cross-country race at Camp Foster. Williams was timed in 16 minutes, 19 seconds -- the fastest in the Pacific among DODEA and international schools this season. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stripes)

Yokota's Adrianna Diaz and Robert D. Edgren's Lily Enanoria battle at the net for the ball during Thursday's match in the DODEA Japan girls volleyball tournament. Yokota won in straight sets.

Yokota's Adrianna Diaz and Robert D. Edgren's Lily Enanoria battle at the net for the ball during Thursday's match in the DODEA Japan girls volleyball tournament. Yokota won in straight sets. (Sheila Suckart/Special to Stripes)

E.J. King's Kathryn Stougard and Matthew C. Perry's Bryana McPhail battle at the net for the ball during Thursday's match in the DODEA Japan girls volleyball tournament. The Cobras won in four sets.

E.J. King's Kathryn Stougard and Matthew C. Perry's Bryana McPhail battle at the net for the ball during Thursday's match in the DODEA Japan girls volleyball tournament. The Cobras won in four sets. (Sheila Suckart/Special to Stripes)

E.J. King's Miya O'Mara goes up to hit against Matthew C. Perry's Hazel Bolduc and Taniya Smith during Thursday's match in the DODEA Japan girls volleyball tournament. The Cobras won in four sets.

E.J. King's Miya O'Mara goes up to hit against Matthew C. Perry's Hazel Bolduc and Taniya Smith during Thursday's match in the DODEA Japan girls volleyball tournament. The Cobras won in four sets. (Sheila Suckart/Special to Stripes)

Yokota's Kai Deremer smacks a forehand return during Thursday's Day 1 boys doubles play in the DODEA Japan tennis tournament. Deremer and partner Patrick Hakun beat Matthew C. Perry's Yugo Cooley and Kai Lange 6-3.

Yokota's Kai Deremer smacks a forehand return during Thursday's Day 1 boys doubles play in the DODEA Japan tennis tournament. Deremer and partner Patrick Hakun beat Matthew C. Perry's Yugo Cooley and Kai Lange 6-3. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

E.J. King's Takumi Kodama hits a backhand return during Thursday's Day 1 boys doubles play in the DODEA Japan tennis tournament. Kodama and his partner Johnathon Lee beat Daniel Posthumus and Matthew Manson of Nile C. Kinnick 6-1.

E.J. King's Takumi Kodama hits a backhand return during Thursday's Day 1 boys doubles play in the DODEA Japan tennis tournament. Kodama and his partner Johnathon Lee beat Daniel Posthumus and Matthew Manson of Nile C. Kinnick 6-1. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Osan American's Jae Yun hits a forehand against Rikumu Shigeta of Gyeonggi Suwon International during Tuesday's Korea Red Division tennis match. Shigeta won 8-0 and the Knights blanked the Cougars 5-0.

Osan American's Jae Yun hits a forehand against Rikumu Shigeta of Gyeonggi Suwon International during Tuesday's Korea Red Division tennis match. Shigeta won 8-0 and the Knights blanked the Cougars 5-0. (Kelly Kenyon/Special to Stripes)

Osan American's Tiffany Garcia hits a backhand return against Leslie Lee of Gyeonggi Suwon International during Tuesday's Korea Red Division tennis match. Lee won 8-2, but the Cougars edged the Knights 3-2.

Osan American's Tiffany Garcia hits a backhand return against Leslie Lee of Gyeonggi Suwon International during Tuesday's Korea Red Division tennis match. Lee won 8-2, but the Cougars edged the Knights 3-2. (Kelly Kenyon/Special to Stripes)

High school

Cross country OkinawaThursday at Camp Foster Boys Kadena 15, Kubasaki 46, Okinawa Christian 90, Zion Christian 1011, Trevor Williams, Kadena, 16 minutes, 19 seconds; 2, Hayden Bills, Kadena, 16:48; 3, Guy Renquist, Kadena, 17:11; 4, Rockwell Tobler, Kadena, 17:39; 5, Joe Renquist, Kadena, 17:51; 6, Nathaniel Elliott, Kadena, 18:01; 7, Jaeson Espina, Kubasaki, 18:42; 8, Mason Taylor, Kubasaki, 19:00; 9, Aden Leggio, Kubasaki, 19:06; 10, Nathan Cooper, Kubasaki, 19:09.GirlsKadena 22, Kubasaki 48, Okinawa Christian , Zion Christian incomplete 1, Kennady White, Kadena, 22 minutes, 5 seconds; 2, Keely Albrecht, Kadena, 22:41; 3, Megan Kirby, Kadena, 23:03; 4, Emma Tanner, Kadena, 24:18; 5, Kayla Rascoe, Kubasaki, 24:30; 6, Alayna Johnson, ZCAI, 24:32; 7, Linoa Mizoguchi, OCSI, 25:18; 8, Hikaru Katagiri, OCSI, 25:34; 9, Cecelia Warren, Kubasaki, 25:39; 10, Vivian Chavez, Kubasaki, 25:57.Noteworthy — With his victory, Williams posted the fastest time in the Pacific so far this season.

Tennis South Korea Tuesday at Suweon Boys Gyeonggi Suwon 5, Osan 0 Singles Sam Lee def. James Rivet 8-1, Rikumu Shigeta def. Jae Yun 8-0, Andrew Ji def. Ken Santos 8-0.Doubles Sam Oh and Joseph Park def. Alex Pace and Dylan Hayden 8-0, Colin Kim and Jawon Park by walkover.Girls Osan 3, Gyeonggi Suwon 2 Singles Christine Eun, GSIS, def. Cassandra Brown 8-1; Leslie Lee, GSIS, def. Tiffany Garcia 8-2; Kelly Kenyon, Osan, def. Gina Park 8-5.Doubles Imani Pettigrew and Mikayla Guillory, Osan, def. Eugene Jang and Seohyun Min 8-0; Satomi Swayne and Elizabeth Park, Osan, def. Kelly Kim and Monica Park 8-2.

JapanDODEA-Japan tournamentThursday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni Boys doubles Championship bracket First round Owen Lambie and Jeff Mullarkey, Yokota, def. Rylen Calleros and Taksin Mann, Robert D. Edgren, 6-1; Daniel Posthumus and Matthew Manson, Nile C. Kinnick, def. William Rudolph and Noah Saperstein, Matthew C. Perry, 6-4; Justin Crouch and Bodhi Kuiper, Kinnick, def. Josh Allen and Liam Hunter, Zama, 6-4; Akira Goodman and Bengamine Grugza, E.J. King, def. Kenji Hokoana and Dominick Rojas, Edgren, 6-3.Second round Takumi Kodama and Johnathon Lee, King, def. Lambie-Mullarkey 6-1; Posthumus-Manson def. Kouto Yamaguchi and James Sturn, Zama, 6-4; Yugo Cooley and Kai Lange, Perry, def. Crouch-Kuipier 6-1; Kai Deremer and Patrick Hakun, Yokota, def. Goodman-Brugza 6-4.Third round Kodama-Lee def. Posthumus-Manson 6-1; Deremer-Hakun def. Cooley-Lange 6-3.Knockout bracket First round Yamaguchi-Sturn def. Allen-Hunter 6-1; Lambie-Mullarkey def. Hokoana-Rojas 7-5; Goodman-Brugza def. Calleros-Mann 6-2; Crouch-Kuiper def. Rudolph-Saperstein 6-4.Second round Yamaguchi-Sturn def. Lambie-Mullarkey 6-2; Goodman-Brugza def. Crouch-Kuiper 6-3.Girls doubles Championship bracket First round Tiahna Mitchell and Kyana Bispat, Edgren, by walkover; Jessica Vernon and Noelle Asato, Yokota, def. Anhadlyi Carter and Isabella Caronan, King, 6-1; Jillian Mock and Aleigh Lamas, Edgren, def. Mika Harris and Trish Giles, Perry, 6-1; Daisy Dalat and Pulani Tremel, Zama, def. Jae Garland and Halle Santiago, King, 7-6 (7-1).Second roundTamaki Farman and Amary Perfecto, Kinnick, def. Mitchell-Bispat 6-2; Marion Vesprey and Sarah Saiki, Perry, def. Vernon-Asato 6-1; Mock-Lamas def. Jenna Mahoney and Elizabeth Rice, Edgren, 7-5; Layla Standbridge and Emily Taynton, Yokota, 6-1.Third round Farman-Perfecto def. Vesprey-Saiki 6-2; Standbridge-Taynton def. Mock-Lamas 6-3.Knockout bracket First round Vernon-Asato def. Harris-Giles 6-1; Garland-Santiago def. Mitchell-Bispat 6-0; Dulat-Tremel by walkover; Mahoney-Rice def. Carter-Caronan 6-3.Second round Vernon-Asato def. Garland-Santiago 6-1; Mahoney-Rice def. Dulat-Tremel 6-4.

Regular season

Tuesday at Tokyo Girls Seisen 5, Kinnick 0 Singles Sarah Omachi def. Farman 8-1, Amana Fujikawa def. Mock 8-0, Aika Saito def. Lamas 8-0.Doubles Debangi Mohanta and Lauren Woody def. Cassi Boyer and Perfecto 8-1, Erika Robottom and Nina Fukui def. Clarisse Docuyanan and Donna Manson 8-0.

Volleyball Girls OkinawaKubasaki def. Kadena 25-4, 25-21, 25-10Thursday at Camp FosterKills — Dragons: Donatella Barone 8. Aces — Dragons: Mimi Larry 10. Assists — Dragons: Larry 23. Block points — Dragons: Barone 3. Digs — Dragons: Zoey Weidley 5.

JapanDODEA Japan tournamentThursday at Yokosuka Naval Base E.J. King def. Matthew C. Perry 24-26, 25-14, 25-15, 27-25 Yokota def. Robert D. Edgren 25-20, 25-13, 25-21Friday Zama vs. E.J. King, 9 a.m. Nile C. Kinnick vs. Yokota, 11 a.m. Edgren vs. Match 3 loser, 1 p.m. Perry vs. Match 4 loser, 3 p.m. Match 3 winner vs. Match 4 winner, 5 p.m.

Regular season Zama def. Sacred Heart 25-17, 25-19, 25-19Tuesday at TokyoKills — Trojans: Kate Hultquist 10. Aces — Trojans: Grace Bryant 5. Digs — Trojans: Aika Davis 5. Assists — Trojans: Bryant 13.

Seisen def. Kinnick 25-23, 25-16, 25-20Tuesday at TokyoKills — Phoenix: Sarah Atanacio 11, Lilu Vandercamme 9, Aimi Iwao 8; Red Devils: Madelyn Gallo 14. Digs — Phoenix: Momoka Umemiya 14; Red Devils: Kaili Reynolds 5. Assists — Phoenix: Jenny Niwa 24; Red Devils: Sophie Williams 27.


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