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Natalie Fontenot, Wren Renquist and Ana Hernandez of Kadena and Jessica Freedman of Kubasaki lead the pack at the start of the girls 3.1-miler during Wednesday's Okinawa Activities Council cross-country meet at Yomitan, Okinawa. Hernandez, the reigning Far East Division I and overall champion, won in 20 minutes, 13 seconds, her second win of the season.
Natalie Fontenot, Wren Renquist and Ana Hernandez of Kadena and Jessica Freedman of Kubasaki lead the pack at the start of the girls 3.1-miler during Wednesday's Okinawa Activities Council cross-country meet at Yomitan, Okinawa. Hernandez, the reigning Far East Division I and overall champion, won in 20 minutes, 13 seconds, her second win of the season. (Teylor Phetkhamyath/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Natalie Fontenot, Wren Renquist and Ana Hernandez of Kadena and Jessica Freedman of Kubasaki lead the pack at the start of the girls 3.1-miler during Wednesday's Okinawa Activities Council cross-country meet at Yomitan, Okinawa. Hernandez, the reigning Far East Division I and overall champion, won in 20 minutes, 13 seconds, her second win of the season.
Natalie Fontenot, Wren Renquist and Ana Hernandez of Kadena and Jessica Freedman of Kubasaki lead the pack at the start of the girls 3.1-miler during Wednesday's Okinawa Activities Council cross-country meet at Yomitan, Okinawa. Hernandez, the reigning Far East Division I and overall champion, won in 20 minutes, 13 seconds, her second win of the season. (Teylor Phetkhamyath/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Andrew Kilkenny, Hunter Ficenec and Yuji Callahan of Kadena set the pace in the boys 3.1-miler during Wednesday's Okinawa Activities Council cross-country meet at Yomitan, Okinawa. Kilkenny, the reigning Far East Division I and overall champion, won in 17 minutes, 44 seconds.
Andrew Kilkenny, Hunter Ficenec and Yuji Callahan of Kadena set the pace in the boys 3.1-miler during Wednesday's Okinawa Activities Council cross-country meet at Yomitan, Okinawa. Kilkenny, the reigning Far East Division I and overall champion, won in 17 minutes, 44 seconds. (Teylor Phetkhamyath/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Cross country GuamBoys Guam 15, St. Thomas Aquinas incomplete team Monday at Dededo 1, Tyler Thorne, GHS, 19 minutes, 35 seconds; 2, Zachary Phillips, GHS, 21:19; 3, Robert Kranz, GHS, 21:25; 4, Leon Bamba, GHA, 21:35; 5, Jake Harrold, GHS, 21:37; 6, Wayne Owen, GHS, 22:25; 7, Keith Zachary, GHS, 22:31; 8, Bailey Ward, GHS, 22:39; 9, Henry Haight, GHS, 22:51; 10, Ronald Lindhart, GHS, 23:00.

Father Duenas 20, George Washington 42Okkodo 19, St. John’s 42Southern 23, Harvest Christian Academy 33

Girls Guam 15, St. Thomas Aquinas incomplete team Monday at Dededo 1, Emma Martin, GHS, 23 minutes, 22 seconds; 2, Alette McGuire, GHS, 25:57; 3, Loren Magante, GHS, 26:50; 4, Heather Bossart, GHS, 28:25; 5, Jeive Rivera, GHS, 29:17; 6, Rosalyn Mikel, STA, 29:46; 7, Audrey Meno, 30:58; 8, Danielle Bossart, GHS, 32:14; 9, Aisha Melendez, GHS, 34:05; 10, Caylin Hubble, 35:28.

George Washington 15, Academy of Our Lady 40 Harvest Christian 22, Southern 37 Okkodo 15, St. John’s incomplete team

Girls volleyball South KoreaSeoul Foreign def. Humphreys 25-12, 25-19, 24-26, 25-10 Wednesday at Camp HumphreysSpike kills — SFS: Ji Won Shin 8; HHS: Emily Cox 7, Kaylee Spielman 6. Digs — SFS: Taylor Kim 16; HHS: Jenny Gange 7, Samarie Rodriguez 7. Aces — SFS: Erin Kim 5; HHS: Janel Fagaragan 5. Set assists — SFS: Taylor Kim 12. Block points—SFS: Natalie Cho 4. Noteworthy — First athletics contest in any sport for the Blackhawks.

Taejon Christian def. International Christian-Uijongbu 25-14, 25-11, 25-8 Wednesday at DaejeonSpikes —TCIS: Rin Kim 6, Susan Yi 5, Haesoo Park 5. Aces — TCIS: Jeesoo Lee 12. Set assists — TCIS: Kim 12.

JapanZama def. International School of the Sacred Heart 22-25, 25-20, 25-18, 27-25 Tuesday at Camp ZamaSpike kills — Zama: Katrina Reid 15, Candace Bowman 10. Set assists —Zama: Kristina Baldwin 11, Hina Ogawa 11.

Seisen International def. Yokota 25-14, 25-12, 25-18 Tuesday at Yokota Air BaseSpike kills — SIS: Nicolette McGuire 11. Aces — SIS: Jade Vasconcellos 5. Set assists — SIS: Vasconcellos 13.

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