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Kubasaki's No. 2 singles seed Shannon Hyde smacks a forehand return against Kadena's Tom Slinger during Tuesday's tennis tie. Hyde won 6-0, 6-1 and the Dragons won the tie 12-2 over the Panthers.
Kubasaki's No. 2 singles seed Shannon Hyde smacks a forehand return against Kadena's Tom Slinger during Tuesday's tennis tie. Hyde won 6-0, 6-1 and the Dragons won the tie 12-2 over the Panthers. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

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Cross country GuamMonday at TiyanBoys Guam High 18, Tiyan 45 1, Akira Martines, GHS, 19 minutes, 10 seconds; 2, Jonathan Harver, GHS, 19:23; 3, Terrance Johnson, Tiyan, 19;59; 4, Nicolas Keefe, GHS, 20:03; 5, Mason Calma, GHS, 20:36; 6, Andrew Emerson, GHS, 21:37; 7, Logan Dana, GHS, 22:03; 8, Karl Dahlig, GHS, 22:13; 9, Katsuya Martines, GHS, 22:30; 10, Christian Harver, 22:37.Girls Guam 15, Tiyan incomplete 1, Junelle Angara, 23 minutes, 34 seconds; 2, Chey Vick, 24:00; 3, Sameha Wilbanks, 24:17; 4, Emma Sheedy, GHS, 24:50; 5, Jade Castillo, GHs, 25:08; 6, Sydney Cooper, 25:43; 7, Anavey Ventura, GHS, 27:18; 8, Jane Angara, GHS, 29:22; 9, Talia Meno, GHS, 30:28; 10, Kirsten Riley, GHS, 33:17. Noteworthy — Panthers boys and girls teams went undefeated for the first time in school history in the Independent Interscholastic Athletic Association of Guam’s regular season.

Tennis OkinawaTuesday at Camp FosterKubasaki 12, Kadena 2 Boys singles Garret Lawson, Kubasaki, def. Royce Smola 6-0, 6-1; Shannon Hyde, Kubasaki, def. Tom Slinger 6-0, 6-1; Kenneth Abrahams, Kubasaki, def. Brett Davis 6-0, 6-0; Kai Grubbs, Kubasaki, def. Gabriel Yates 6-1, 6-1; Beau Richardson, Kubasaki, def. Bryce Jersey 7-5, 6-1; Ian Shaver, Kubasaki, def. Jahlen Yager 8-2; Toby Johnson, Kubasaki, def. Jackson Wilson 8-6; Colin Lundberg, Kubasaki, def. Kai Hatanaka 8-5; Tim Deagneau, Kubasaki, def. Logan Runnels 8-1.Girls doubles Andrea Johnson and Carolina Rivera, Kubasaki, def. Lisa Dombrowski and Maddie Tsirlis 6-4, 6-4; Lilli Manzi and Angelina Parker, Kubasaki, def. Ellie Friedman and Kobi Davis 6-4, 6-3; Mary Obsuna and Kaylee Howell, Kadena, def. Marcela Marquez and Piper Oliver 8-5; McKenna Murphy and Mai Woodcock, Kadena, def. Natalie Oboza and Marissa Corn 8-1; Lana Crowley and Arisa Manuel, Kubasaki, def. Isabella Moreno and Lauren Barich 8-6.

JapanTuesday at TokyoGirls Seisen 5, Yokota 0 Singles Sarah Omachi def. Elise LeMire 6-0, 6-0; Lauren Woody def. Layla Standbridge 6-0, 6-0; Amana Fujikawa def. Anna Ball 6-0, 6-2.Doubles Youkie Shiozawa and Akashi Dwivedi def. Hannah Swygert and Stacy Morioka 6-0, 6-0; Eunseo Sung and Mikako Isobe def. Ryuka Asato and Emily Taynton 6-2, 5-7, 6-1.

Volleyball Girls GuamAcademy of Our Lady def. Guam 25-19, 25-10 Tuesday at Agana Heights

JapanAmerican School In Japan def. Yokohama 25-18, 25-12, 25-13 Wednesday at TokyoKills — Mustangs: Aloha Suto 7, Kiki Davidson 5, Kendall Damon 5. Assists — Mustangs: Soo Park 6, Sasha Sasanuma 6, Savannah Simon 6.Yokota def. Seisen 25-23, 25-11, 30-28 Tuesday at TokyoKills — Panthers: Britney Bailey 16, Adrianna Diaz 12; Phoenix: Amanda Wood 10. Digs — Panthers: Jamia Bailey 7; Phoenix: Momoka Umemiya 14, Jenny Niwa 11. Assists — Panthers: Kyra Anderson 20; Phoenix: Angela Chou 14. Block points — Phoenix: Lilu Vandercamme 5.

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