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Kubasaki senior Arthur Parra races for the finish line during Friday's Okinawa cross country race at Kadena Air Base. Parra remained unbeaten among boys in three races, clocking 17 minutes, 00.05 seconds.
Kubasaki senior Arthur Parra races for the finish line during Friday's Okinawa cross country race at Kadena Air Base. Parra remained unbeaten among boys in three races, clocking 17 minutes, 00.05 seconds. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki senior Arthur Parra races for the finish line during Friday's Okinawa cross country race at Kadena Air Base. Parra remained unbeaten among boys in three races, clocking 17 minutes, 00.05 seconds.
Kubasaki senior Arthur Parra races for the finish line during Friday's Okinawa cross country race at Kadena Air Base. Parra remained unbeaten among boys in three races, clocking 17 minutes, 00.05 seconds. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena sophomore Karise Johnson closes in on the finish line during Friday's Okinawa cross country race at Kadena Air Base. Johnson won in 21 minutes, 21.64 seconds, her second straight victory.
Kadena sophomore Karise Johnson closes in on the finish line during Friday's Okinawa cross country race at Kadena Air Base. Johnson won in 21 minutes, 21.64 seconds, her second straight victory. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

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Cross country JapanThursday at Tama Hills Recreation Center, Tokyo (3.12-mile course)Boys 1, Sam Barbir, American School In Japan, 16 minutes, 15.1 seconds; 2, Kai Schinaman, ASIJ, 17:06.3; 3, Matthew Inamine, St. Mary’s, 17:08.1; 4, Louis Avondet, ASIJ, 17:12.1; 5, Hinoto Tanaka, ASIJ, 17:30.1; 6, Muku Nomura, St. Mary’s, 17:34.9; 7, Eigen Schinaman, ASIJ, 17:41.1; 8, Mason Macek, ASIJ, 17:57.4; 9, Kairi Mano, St. Mary’s, 18:03.4; 10, Jong In Lee, St. Mary’s, 18:04.9.Girls 1, Risa Homma, Seisen, 19 minutes, 58.2 seconds; 2, Katya Alexandra-Fisker, ASIJ, 21:20.9; 3, Maria Kinoshita, Seisen, 21:27.1; 4, Noe Topping, ASIJ, 21:39.5; 5, Asako Ishibashi, ASIJ, 21:49.5; 6, Anna Stoesz, Christian Academy Japan, 22:39.1; 7, Kotori Fukai, Seisen, 22:45.8; 8, Marlene Krueger, ASIJ, 23:22.9; 9, Kiera Potter, CAJ, 23:28.1; 10, Shuly Zuo, ASIJ, 23:32.9.

OkinawaFriday at McDonald Stadium, Kadena Air Base (3.12-mile course)Boys Kadena 27, Kubasaki 28 1, Arthur Parra, Kubasaki, 17 minutes, 00.05 seconds; 2, Cullen Oglesbee, Kadena, 17:33.48; 3, Sebastian Scherry, Kubasaki, 17:36.22; 4, Joe Renquist, Kadena, 18:02.55; 5, Jason Espina, Kubasaki, 18:20.21; 6, Nathan Rowberry, Kadena, 18:29.27; 7, Tuck Renquist, Kadena, 18:35.76; 8, Carter Glass, Kadena, 18:46.68; 9, Payton Passage, Kubasaki, 19:11.20; 10, David Magbagbeola, Kubasaki, 19:36.58.Girls Kadena 21, Kubasaki 39 1, Karise Johnson, Kadena, 21 minutes, 21.64 seconds; 2, Makela Saeteurn, Kubasaki, 21:28.39; 3, Sierra Taysom, Kadena, 21:51.89; 4, Isamar Vargas, Kadena, 22:41.44; 5, Grace Carey, Kadena, 22:52.39; 6, Jessica Nation, Kubasaki, 22:56.89; 7, Megan Chandler, Kubasaki, 23:00.12; 8, Sara Corrado, Kadena, 23:18.46; 9, Jolyn Botes, Kadena, 23:40.72; 10, Katie Gilmore, Kadena, 25:41.92.

Tennis JapanThursday at Misawa Air BaseRobert D. Edgren intra-squadSingles: Jenna Mahoney def. Caitlyn Carroll 8-1, Isa Tackney def. Casandra Matos 9-8 (7-3), Alyssa Singletary def. Kimi Bohl 8-3, Aiden Smith def. Rim Gong 9-8 (7-4), Michael Rice def. Douglass Tackney 8-1, Smith def. Owen Watts 8-1, I. Tackney def. Watts 9-8 (12-10).Doubles: Mahoney-Carroll def. Rice-D. Tackney 8-2, Abigail Erler-Matos def. Singletary-Bohl 6-3.

Volleyball Girls JapanASIJ def. Seisen 25-23, 18-25, 25-23, 25-21 Thursday at TokyoKills — Phoenix: Lisa Purcell 17, Ariana Hill 10. Assists — Phoenix: Elizabeth Goff 28. Digs — Phoenix: Purcell 6, Marin Sakata 5.

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