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Cross country South KoreaKorean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference finals Saturday at Gyeonggi Suwon (3.12-mile course)Boys Humphreys 34, Korea International 45, Yongsan 95, Seoul Foreign 137, Seoul International 141, Chadwick 187, Taejon Christian 201, Dwight School 260, Korea Kent Foreign 278, Gyeonggi Suwon 288, Cheongna Dalton 377, Dulwich College of Seoul, Daegu, Osan, Seoul American incomplete 1, Patrick Seong, KIS, 18 minutes, 18 seconds; 2, Daniel McIntosh, Humphreys, 19:07; 3, Timothy Kilburn, Humphreys, 19:11; 4, Noah Lee, SAHS, 19:17; 5, Wonjun Chang, KIS, 19:22; 6, Devyn Lewis, Humphreys, 19:43; 7, Terry Lee, KIS, 19:52; 8, Sergio Altamiranda, Humphreys, 20:01; 9, Francesco Hamar, YIS-S, 20:03; 10, Roberto Hamar, YIS-S, 20:06; 11, Timothy Park, YIS-S, 20:13; 12, Joshua De La Cruz, Daegu, 20:20; 13, Sehwa Jung, KIS, 20:31; 14, Kenzo Nakamura, SFS, 20:39; 15, Peter Teachout, Humphreys, 20:41; 16, Hojoon Kweon, Chadwick, 20:43; 17, William Chu, TCIS, 20:52; 18, David Lim, SIS, 20:55; 19, Hansei Jang, KIS, 20:58; 20, Andrea Shin, SIS, 21:01.All-Conference Seong; McIntosh; N. Lee; Kilburn; De La Cruz; Kweon; Lewis; Jang; F. Hamar; T. Lee; Leon Lee, SFS; Nakamura; Shin; Thomas Song, SIS; Russell Cassern, Humphreys; Sion Kim, SFS; Chu; R. Hamar; David Chung, TCIS.Girls Korea International 41, Humphreys 50, Seoul Foreign 75, Yongsan 133, Chadwick 154, Taejon Christian 175, Seoul International 180, Dwight School of Seoul 252, Cheongna Dalton incomplete, Dulwich College of Seoul, Daegu, Korea Kent Foreign, Osan, Seoul American, Gyeonggi Suwon incomplete 1, Noore Farag, Chadwick, 21 minutes, 53 seconds; 2, Jenny Lee, KIS, 22:31; 3, Melissa Martin, Humphreys, 22:45; 4, Arianna Bates, YIS-S, 23:25; 5, Michelle Lee, KIS, 23:43; 6, Thea Clare, SFS, 23:54; 7, Chloe Pence, Humphreys, 24:06; 8, Aris Huang, KIS, 24:15; 9, Roori Lee, KIS, 24:24; 10, Clara Calhoun, SFS, 24:24; 11, Devyn Mortensen, Humphreys, 24:42; 12, Grace Foster, SFS, 24:47.3; 13, Ashleigh Cooper, Humphreys, 24:47.5; 14, Alena Chamberlain, Osan, 24:53; 15, Jessica Eggleston, TCIS, 24:54; 16, Megan Yi, Humphreys, 24:55; 17, Agnes Jung, KIS, 24:58.All-Conference J. Lee; Huang; Martin; Eggleston; Rachel Lim, TCIS; R. Lee; Bates; Mortensen; M. Lee; Clara Calhoun, SFS; Pence; Alice Jo, KIS; Foster; Chamberlain; Katherine Kim, SIS; Cooper.

OkinawaOkinawa Athletics & Activities Council district finals Friday at Cape Zampa (3.12-mile course)Boys Kadena 24, Kubasaki 45, Okinawa Christian 61, Zion Christian 92 1, Trevor Williams, Kadena, 16 minutes, 51.51 seconds; 2, Hayden Bills, Kadena, 17:12.19; 3, Guy Renquist, Kadena, 17:25.29; 4, Rockwell Tobler, Kadena, 18:09.93; 5, Ray Kinjo, OCSI, 18:49.02; 6, Sawyer Suzuki, OCSI, 18:54.13; 7, Jaeson Espina, Kubasaki, 19:09.45; 8, Shamus Kerr, Kubasaki, 19:29.74; 9, Aden Leggio, Kubasaki, 19:34.10; 10, Mason Taylor, Kubasaki, 19:46.96.Girls Kadena 15, Kubasaki, Okinawa Christian, Zion Christian incomplete 1, Megan Kirby, Kadena, 22 minutes, 58.48 seconds; 2, Kennady White, Kadena, 23:23.12; 3, Ahveana Couverthier, Kadena, 23:48.31; 4, Alayna Johnson, ZCAI, 24:02.30; 5, Keely Albrecht, Kadena, 24:26.27; 6, Sofia Strawder, Kadena, 24:48.25; 7, Emma Tanner, Kadena, 25:11.29; 8, Linoa Mizoguchi, OCSI, 25:23.24; 9, Cecelia Warren, Kubasaki, 26:05.26; 10, Hikaru Katagiri, OCSI, 26:24.89.

JapanKanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools finals Saturday at Tama Hills Recreation Center, Tokyo (2.9-mile boys course, 2.1-mile girls course)Boys American School In Japan 23, Nile C. Kinnick 78, Yokota 86, Christian Academy Japan 114, St. Mary’s 135, Yokohama 192, Zama 196, St. Maur 221 1, Akimanzi Siibo, Kinnick, 15 minutes, 23.1 seconds; 2, Trevor McAuliffe, ASIJ, 15:39.6; 3, Shaamer Kumar, ASIJ, 15:39.9; 4, Kaiden Meyer, Yokota, 15:48.3; 5, Shintaro Okubo, ASIJ, 15:52.8; 6, Take Zoot, ASIJ, 15:55.4; 7, Grady Shupe, ASIJ, 15:59.1; 8, Jordan Van Druff, CAJ, 16:02.5; 9, Mickey Galvin, Yokota, 16:06.9; 10, Neo Yoshii, St. Mary’s, 16:08.5Girls ASIJ 25, Kinnick 47, Seisen 68, Sacred Heart 84, Yokota 168, Yokohama 188, Zama 201, St. Maur 217 1, Annabel Stafford, Kinnick, 13 minutes, 34.8 seconds; 2, Nana Richter, Seisen, 13:37.9; 3, Marina Ten Have, ASIJ, 13:38.7; 4, Katie Clark, ASIJ, 14:00.3; 5, Leah Fahy, ASIJ, 14:07.8; 6, Young Kim, ASIJ, 14:19.7; 7, Asako Ishibashi, ASIJ, 14:22.6; 8, Jesse Stovall, Kinnick, 14:24.7; 9, Ellie Fuller, Kinnick, 14:30/7; 10, Alisa Belitz, ISSH, 14:36.1.

Wrestling Boys GuamFather Duenas 50, Guam High 0 106 — Keoni Lizama, FDMS, by walkover; 113 — Caleb Laserna, FDMS, def. Darrion Cutler; 120 — Kaleb Gambala, FDMS, def. Nathaniel Paz; 126 — Not contested; 132 — Jonah Diaz, FDMS, by walkover; 138 — Not contested; 145 — Not contested; 152 — Not contested; 160 — Brian Smah-Pesch, FDMS, def. Dannen Mendiola; 170 — Thomas Poole, FDMS, def. Wyatt Roberts; 182 — Coleman Poole, FDMS, by walkover; 195 — Matias Calvo, FDMS, def. Julio Rosa; 220 — Not contested; 285 — Ethan Robinson, FDMS, by walkover.Okkodo 36, Guam 15 106 — Not contested; 113 — Cutler by walkover; 120 — Paz by walkover; 126 — Not contested; 132 — Landon Lavredno, OHS, by walkover; 138 — Not contested; 145 — Samuel Gose, OHS, by walkover; 152 — Not contested; 160 — Peter Olandez, OHS, def. Mendiola; 170 — Mathew Diandez, OHS, def. Roberts; 182 — Not contested; 195 — Bartolome Jose Abuan, FDMS, def. Rosa; 220 — Jesse Santos, OHS, by walkover; 285 — Jared Suelo, FDMS, by walkover.

Girls GuamFather Duenas 42, Guam 18 97 — Taylor Caine, GHS, by walkover; 102 — Inina Yatar, FDMS, by walkover; 107 — Not contested; 112 — Athylia San Gill, FDMS, by walkover; Chloe Stanley, FDMS, def. Leila Halmi; 122 — Jennifer Mesa, FDMS, def. Chloe Hayes; 127 — Lauren Lujan, FDMS, by walkover; 132 — Andrea Salas, FDMS, by walkover; 138 — Jenry Chai, FDMS, by walkover; 145 — Not contested; 155 — Michaela Atoigue, GHS, by walkover; 168 — Not contested; 184 — Katrina Shadow, GHS, by walkover; 225 — Not contested.Okkodo 30, Guam 18 97 — Caine by walkover; 102 — Not contested; 107 — Daisy Joy Suelo, OHS, by walkover; 112 — Kiera Clark, OHS, by walkover; 117 — Halmi by walkover; 122 — Hayes by walkover; 127 — Not contested; 132 — Not contested; 138 — Not contested; 145 — Mya Fendi Kunihiro, OHS, by walkover; 155 — Atoigue by walkover; 168 — Not contested; 184 — Christine San Nicolas, OHS, def. Shadow; 225 — Not contested.

TennisFriday and Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, JapanBoys Singles 1 William Rudolph, Matthew C. Perry, def. Kouto Yamaguchi, Zama American, 6-3; Shannon Hyde, Kubasaki, def. Yamaguchi 6-4; Hyde def. Rudolph 6-2; Takumi Kodama, E.J. King, def. Hyde 7-5.Singles 2 Johnathon Lee, King, def. Kai Lange, Perry, 7-5; James Sturn, Zama, def. Lange 7-6 (8-6); Kai Grubbs, Kubasaki, def. Sturn 6-4; Lange def. Grubbs 6-3; Lee def. Grubbs 6-0.Singles 3 Liam Hunter, Zama, def. Noah Saperstein, Perry, 7-6 (9-7); Hunter def. Max Weidley, Kubasaki, 6-2; Weidley def. Saperstein 6-4; Akira Goodman, King, def. Weidley 6-1.Singles 4 Kaito Bergman, King, def. Lewis Walter, Zama, 6-2; Yugo Cooley, Perry, def. Henry Ruksc, Kubasaki, 6-0; Cooley def. Walter 6-2; Ruksc def. Walter 6-4.Singles 5 Colin Lundberg, Kubasaki, def. Payton Strain, Perry, 6-1; Benjamine Bruzga, King, def. Lundberg 7-5.Singles 6 Kai Croghan, Kubasaki, def. Takumi Roth, Perry, 6-3.Doubles 1 Lee-Kodama def. Rudolph-Saperstein 6-3; Yamaguchi-Sturn def. Rudolph-Saperstein 6-1; Hyde-Grubbs def. Yamaguchi-Sturn 6-3; Lee-Kodama def. Yamaguchi-Sturn 6-4; Hyde-Grubbs def. Rudolph-Saperstein 6-2; Lee-Kodama def. Hyde-Grubbs 6-2.Doubles 2 Goodman-Bergman def. Lange-Cooley 6-4; Lange-Cooley def. Hunter-Walter 6-3; Weidley-Ruksc def. Hunter-Walter 6-2; Goodman-Bergman def. Hunter-Walter 6-0; Lange-Cooley def. Weidley-Ruksc 6-4; Goodman-Bergman def. Weidley-Ruksc 6-2.Doubles 3 Lundberg-Croghan def. Strain-Roth 7-6 (9-7).Girls Singles 1 Ashley Johnson, Kubasaki, def. Sarah Saiki, Perry, 6-4; Johnson def. Bella Caronan, King, 6-0.Singles 2 Carolina Rivera, Kubasaki, def. Marion Vesprey, Perry, 6-3; Rivera def. Andhalyi Carter, King, 6-3.Singles 3 Mika Harris, Perry, def. Alyssia Grose, Zama, 6-0; Nancy Gutzweiller, Kubasaki, def. Harris 6-1; Gutzweiller def. Halle Santiago, King, 6-0.Singles 4 Ayana Lonesky, King, def. Lili Manzi 6-1; Manzi def. Olivia Archambault, Perry, 6-1; Archambault def. Alina Lim, Zama, 6-0.Singles 5 Chante Broomes, Kubasaki, def. Natalie Uhl, Perry, 6-0; Broomes def. Jae Garland, King, 6-1.Singles 6 Lana Cowley, Kubasaki, def. Megan Hilgemeier 6-0.Doubles 1 Saiki-Vesprey def. Carter-Caronan 6-2; Saiki-Vesprey def. Johnson-Broomes 6-3; Johnson-Broomes def. Carter-Caronan 6-1.Doubles 2 Lonesky-Santiago def. Archambault-Harris 7-5; Archambault-Harris def. Lim-Grose 6-0; Rivera-Gutzweiller def. Lim-Grose 6-0; Lonesky-Santiago def. Lim-Grose 6-3; Rivera-Gutzweiller def. Archambault-Harris 6-0; Rivera-Gutzweiller def. Lonesky-Santiago 6-2.Doubles 3 Manzi-Cowley def. Uhl-Hilgemeier 6-0.

Volleyball Girls South KoreaKorean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Plate Tournament Saturday at Osan Air Base Dulwich College Seoul def. International Christian-Uijongbu 25-14, 2125, 25-22, 25-20; ICS-Uijongbu finished ninth Osan def. Korea Kent Foreign 25-17, 25-11, 25-21; Kent finished 10th. Seoul American def. Korea International 25-13, 25-16, 25-18 Humphreys def. Daegu 25-20, 25-9, 13-25, 25-22 Chadwick def. Asia-Pacific International 25-21, 25-23, 18-25,l 25-17 Osan def. Dulwich 25-16, 25-12, 25-9Fifth Osan def. Chadwick 25-11, 25-20, 25-16Third Daegu def. KIS 25-21, 22-25, 22-25, 25-23, 15-12ChampionshipHumphreys def. Seoul American 19-25, 25-17, 14-25, 25-18, 15-8Kills — Blackhawks: Ebony Dykes 9; Falcons: Olivia Kirschner 15, Sabrina Kim 6. Block points — Blackhawks: Dykes 8, Jayla Horne 7. Digs — Blackhawks: Cleo Cody 37; Falcons: Ashley Clifton 35. Assists — Falcons: Lauren Kirschner 18.Awards Most Valuable Player — Dykes.Best hitter — O. Kirschner.Best server — Kim.Best passer — Clifton.Best setter — L. Kirschner.DODEA All-Tournament members — Humphreys: Cody, Isabelle Maulsby, Felicia Lor, Dykes; Seoul American: Clifton, O. Kirschner, L. Kirschner; Osan: Lizzy White; Daegu: Reyann Belford, Bethani Newbold, Dai’Ja Turner.DODEA All-KAIAC Blue Division Conference members — Newbold, Lor, White, L. Kirschner.

JapanKinnick def. CAJ 27-25, 25-14, 25-21 Saturday at TokyoKills — Red Devils: Madelyn Gallo 9. Aces — Red Devils: Francine Gemeniano 5. Digs — Red Devils: Kaili Reynolds 7, Tori Osterbrink 6. Assists — Red Devils: Sophie Williams 23. Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniZama def. Perry 25-11, 25-9 Kills — Trojans: Grace Bryant 10. Assists — Trojans: Kate Hultquist 12. Block points — Trojans: Jessica Atkinson 3.Zama def. King 25-9, 25-12 Kills — Trojans: Atkinson 5. Aces — Trojans: Bryant 11. Assists — Trojans: Bryant 11.

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