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Kadena defender Crystalyn Hicom bumps against Urasoe Kogyo during Saturday's action in the Okinawa-American Volleyball Festa at Kadena Air Base's Risner Fitness Center. The Panthers won 25-8, 25-11.
Kadena defender Crystalyn Hicom bumps against Urasoe Kogyo during Saturday's action in the Okinawa-American Volleyball Festa at Kadena Air Base's Risner Fitness Center. The Panthers won 25-8, 25-11. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stripes)
Kadena defender Crystalyn Hicom bumps against Urasoe Kogyo during Saturday's action in the Okinawa-American Volleyball Festa at Kadena Air Base's Risner Fitness Center. The Panthers won 25-8, 25-11.
Kadena defender Crystalyn Hicom bumps against Urasoe Kogyo during Saturday's action in the Okinawa-American Volleyball Festa at Kadena Air Base's Risner Fitness Center. The Panthers won 25-8, 25-11. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stripes)
Kadena's DeJaila Simms goes up to hit as Ayanna Richard covers for her against Urasoe Kogyo during Saturday's action in the Okinawa-American Volleyball Festa at Kadena Air Base's Risner Fitness Center. The Panthers won 25-8, 25-11.
Kadena's DeJaila Simms goes up to hit as Ayanna Richard covers for her against Urasoe Kogyo during Saturday's action in the Okinawa-American Volleyball Festa at Kadena Air Base's Risner Fitness Center. The Panthers won 25-8, 25-11. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stripes)
Kadena's Brie Barnett goes up to spike at the net against Urasoe Kogyo during Saturday's action in the Okinawa-American Volleyball Festa at Kadena Air Base's Risner Fitness Center. The Panthers won 25-8, 25-11.
Kadena's Brie Barnett goes up to spike at the net against Urasoe Kogyo during Saturday's action in the Okinawa-American Volleyball Festa at Kadena Air Base's Risner Fitness Center. The Panthers won 25-8, 25-11. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stripes)

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Cross country15th Asia-Pacific Invitational Meet Saturday at Tumon, GuamCoed Relay American School In Japan 19, St. Mary’s/Seisen 62, John F. Kennedy 104, Northern Marianas Academy 123, St. Paul Christian 152, Palau Stars 165, Father Duenas/Academy of Our Lady 192, Yongsan and Guam High 204, George Washington 257, Southern 262, Taejon Christian 267 Overall standings ASIJ 3, St. Mary’s/Seisen 6, JFK 10, NMA 15, St. Paul 16; Palau 20, FDMS/AOLG and YIS-Seoul 23, Guam 24, GW 30, Southern and TCIS 32

JapanSaturday at Yokota Air Base (3.12-mile course)Boys Yokota 26, Nile C. Kinnick 28, Matthew C. Perry 38, Robert D. Edgren 63, Zama 82, E.J. King 100 1, Akimanzi Siibo, Kinnick, 16 minutes, 8.3 seconds; 2, Owen Young, Perry, 16:37.3; 3, Jun Royster, Edgren, 17:15.0; 4, Mickey Galvin, Yokota, 17:22.7; 5, Kaiden Meyer, Yokota, 17:29.9; 6, David Carlson, Yokota, 17:36.2; 7, Andrew Forester, Perry, 17:36.9; 8, Carlos Mobely, Kinnick, 17:39.8; 9, Matthew Ringling, Kinnick, 17:45.8; 10, Siamack Porter, Kinnick, 17:58.7.Girls Kinnick 20, Perry 25, Zama and Edgren 55, Yokota 68, King inomplete 1, Angelique Armijo, Perry, 19 minutes, 49.96 seconds; 2, Aubrey Giles, Zama, 20:49.4; 3, Annabel Stafford, Kinnick, 20:49.60 4, Jesse Stovall, Kinnick, 21:03.1; 5, Elizabeth Mitchell, Perry, 21:13.3; 6, Lilyana Clemons, Kinnick, 21:39.8; 7, Ellie Fuller, Kinnick, 21:47.68; 8, Jainey Alfini, Kinnick, 21:48.0; 9, Elizabeth Davidson, Kinnick, 21:54.4; 10, Shion Rudolph, Perry, 21:56.0.

Tennis South KoreaSaturday at SuweonBoys Gyeonggi Suwon 5, Daegu 0 Singles Sam Lee def. Ben Sessions 8-2, Rikumu Shigeta def. Joseph Moreno 8-2, Andrew Ji def. Jason Seigler 8-1.Doubles Samuel Oh and Joseph Park def. Adrian Clifton and John Black 8-5, Minkyu Kim and Ethan Hur def. Ethan Sessions and Daniel Sowers 8-1.Girls Gyeonggi Suwon 3, Daegu 1 Singles Christine Eun, GSIS, def. Laila Donawa 8-5; Leslie Lee, GSIS, def. Yasmin Guilfoyle 8-4; Jamimae Clark, Daegu, def. Gina Park 8-1.Doubles Eugene Jang and Seohyun Min, GSIS, def. Jasmine Moreno and Julie Laferty 8-1. Saturday at PangyoBoys Korea International 5, Seoul American 0 Singles Sehun Kim def. Zakai Bufkin 8-4, William Cho def. Scotty Peterson 8-1, Joseph Kim def. David Bellas 8-2.Doubles Joshua Paik and Danny Jung def. Billy Laxton and David Lee 8-1, Yoon Sung Kim and Jun Kwak def. Brandon Kim and Justin Kim 8-0.Girls Korea International 3, Seoul American 2 Singles Ashley Kim, SAHS, def. Diane Kim 8-2; Sophie Yang, KIS, def. Priscilla Bright 8-1; Vickie Lee, KIS, def. Iveena Lauzon 8-0.Doubles Lindsay Ng and Jenny Shin, KIS, def. Jessica Park and Lydia Hwang 8-2; Abigail Mountford and Lillianna Rodriguez, SAHS, by walkover.

JapanSaturday at TokyoBoys ASIJ 5, St. Mary’s 0 Singles Ikuo Kobayashi def. Billy Lee 6-2, 6-3; Wenjun Fan def. Andy Matsuzaki 6-2, 7-6 (7-2); Shou Bernier def. Won Hyun Kang 6-2, 6-3.Doubles Leon Hoy and Tyler Chang def. Yuki Toyokawa and Seiga Shimamura 6-2, 6-1; Ryusuke Suehiro and Jun Ikeda def. Ryunosuke Saito and Hiyu Hosoda 6-4, 6-2. Thursday at TokyoGirls Seisen 5, Sacred Heart 0 Singles Sarah Omachi def. Shiori Tab-Kim 6-0, 6-0; Amana Fujikawa def. Sakurako Okano 6-0, 6-3; Aika Saito def. Mitsuki Ito 6-0, 6-3.Doubles Debangi Mohanta and Lauren Woody def. H. Koketsu and E. Yachi 8-0; Erika Robottom and Nina Fukui def. M. Umemura and X. Cheng 8-0.DODEA-Japan Tournament Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniBoys Singles AChampionship — Kai Deremer, Yokota, def. Takumi Kodama, E.J. King, 9-7.Singles B Championship — Akira Goodman, King, def. Yugo Cooley, Matthew C. Perry, 8-1.Doubles Kodama and Johnathon Lee, King, def. Deremer and Patrick Hakun, Yokota, 6-1; Daniel Posthumus and Matthew Manson, Kinnick, def. Cooley and Kai Lange, Perry, 6-1; Posthumus-Manson def. Deremer-Hakun 6-2.Championship — Kodama-Lee def. Posthumus-Manson 6-1.Girls Singles A Championship — Jenna Mahoney, Robert D. Edgren, def. Jillian Mock, Kinnick, 8-2.Singles B Championship — Aleigh Lamis, Kinnick, def. Amary Perfecto, Kinnick, 8-3.Doubles Tamaki Farman and Perfecto, Kinnick, def. Layla Standbridge and Emily Taynton, Yokota, 6-3; Mock-Lamis def. Marion Vesprey and Sarah Saiki, Perry, 6-3; Mock-Lamis def. Standbridge-Taynton 6-4.Championship — Farman-Perfecto def. Mock-Lamis 6-3.

Volleyball Girls South KoreaSeoul American def. Osan 29-27, 25-9, 26-24 Saturday at Yongsan GarrisonKills — Falcons: Sabrina Kim 9, Olivia Kirschner 6. Aces — Falcons: Jalynn Knight 7. Digs — Falcons: Ashley Clifton 24, Kirschner 14, Mindy Pond 10. Assists — Falcons: Lauren Kirschner 18. Daegu def. Humphreys 25-16, 15-25, 25-22, 19-25, 15-9 Saturday at Camp WalkerKills — Warriors: Dai’Ja Turner 5, Aces — Warriors: Reyann Belford 7. Digs — Warriors: Katherine Johnson 9, Kehealani Teague 8, Jasmine Litton 6. Assists — Warriors: Bethani Newbold 23, Lexie Berry 12.

JapanDODEA-Japan Tournament Saturday at Yokosuka Naval BaseYokota def. King 25-17, 25-15, 25-22, King finished fourthPerry def. Edgren 25-23, 25-21, 20-25, 25-20, fifth and sixth placeKinnick def. Yokota 25-17, 25-21, 25-18, Yokota finished thirdChampionship Zama def. Kinnick 11-25, 25-21, 25-21, 25-23 Kills — Trojans: Grace Bryant 14. Aces — Trojans: Liann So 5. Digs — Trojans: Aika Davis 8. Assists — Trojans: Kate Hultquist 19. Block points — Trojans: Jessica Atkinson 4.

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