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Humphreys' Cullen Areniego tries to hit through the double block by Seoul Foreign's Matt Daly and Joseph Kang during Wednesday's three-set victory by the Crusaders over the Blackhawks.
Humphreys' Cullen Areniego tries to hit through the double block by Seoul Foreign's Matt Daly and Joseph Kang during Wednesday's three-set victory by the Crusaders over the Blackhawks. (Krystal Duenas/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Cullen Areniego tries to hit through the double block by Seoul Foreign's Matt Daly and Joseph Kang during Wednesday's three-set victory by the Crusaders over the Blackhawks.
Humphreys' Cullen Areniego tries to hit through the double block by Seoul Foreign's Matt Daly and Joseph Kang during Wednesday's three-set victory by the Crusaders over the Blackhawks. (Krystal Duenas/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Connor Coyne skies for the ball against Seoul Foreign's Matt Daly and Josh Ko during Wednesday's three-set victory by the Crusaders over the Blackhawks.
Humphreys' Connor Coyne skies for the ball against Seoul Foreign's Matt Daly and Josh Ko during Wednesday's three-set victory by the Crusaders over the Blackhawks. (Krystal Duenas/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Raquel Barnes and Seoul Foreign's Eunice Chung go up for the ball at the net during Wednesday's three-set victory by the Crusaders over the Blackhawks.
Humphreys' Raquel Barnes and Seoul Foreign's Eunice Chung go up for the ball at the net during Wednesday's three-set victory by the Crusaders over the Blackhawks. (Krystal Duenas/Special to Stripes)
Julianna Visico and Cleopatra Cody of Humphreys dive for the ball during Wednesday's three-set loss at Seoul Foreign.
Julianna Visico and Cleopatra Cody of Humphreys dive for the ball during Wednesday's three-set loss at Seoul Foreign. (Krystal Duenas/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Lynelle Adepoju tries to hit through the double block of Emi Ishikawa and Yoko Hara of St. Maur during Wednesday's three-set victory by the Red Devils over the Cougars.
Nile C. Kinnick's Lynelle Adepoju tries to hit through the double block of Emi Ishikawa and Yoko Hara of St. Maur during Wednesday's three-set victory by the Red Devils over the Cougars. (Jimmy Mills/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Emma Stevens hits the ball past St. Maur's Rei Ozawa during Wednesday's three-set victory by the Red Devils over the Cougars.
Nile C. Kinnick's Emma Stevens hits the ball past St. Maur's Rei Ozawa during Wednesday's three-set victory by the Red Devils over the Cougars. (Jimmy Mills/Special to Stripes)
St. Maur's Renge Shirai bumps the ball against Nile C. Kinnick during Wednesday's three-set victory by the Red Devils over the Cougars.
St. Maur's Renge Shirai bumps the ball against Nile C. Kinnick during Wednesday's three-set victory by the Red Devils over the Cougars. (Jimmy Mills/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Madelyn Gallo tries to hit past St. Maur's Sophia Baker during Wednesday's three-set victory by the Red Devils over the Cougars.
Nile C. Kinnick's Madelyn Gallo tries to hit past St. Maur's Sophia Baker during Wednesday's three-set victory by the Red Devils over the Cougars. (Jimmy Mills/Special to Stripes)
Kubasaki's Shannon Hyde runs down a forehand volley against Kadena's Royce Smola during Thursday's Okinawa tennis tie at Camp Foster. Hyde won 6-4, 6-0. Kubasaki's boys won 2-1 and the girls won 4-1. Eight matches were played; the other eight were rained out.
Kubasaki's Shannon Hyde runs down a forehand volley against Kadena's Royce Smola during Thursday's Okinawa tennis tie at Camp Foster. Hyde won 6-4, 6-0. Kubasaki's boys won 2-1 and the girls won 4-1. Eight matches were played; the other eight were rained out. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

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Cross country South KoreaWednesday at SuweonBoys 1, Daniel McIntosh, Humphreys, 19 minute, 18.9 seconds; 2, Timothy Kilburn, Humphreys, 19:40.4; 3, Devyn Lewis, Humphreys, 20:31.9; 4, Sergio Altamiranda, Humphreys, 20:32.8; 5, Peter Teachout, Humphreys, 20:35.9; 6, Hojoon Kweon, Chadwick, 21:09.1; 7, Andrea Shin, Seoul International, 21:09.5; 8, Joe Kim, SIS, 21:10.2; 9, Kenzo Nakamura, Seoul Foreign, 21:19.7; 10, Thomas Song, SIS, 21:31.7.Girls 1, Melissa Martin, Humphreys, 24 minutes, 27.2 seconds; 2, Jessica Eggleston, Taejon Christian, 25:14.0; 3, Rachel Lim, TCIS, 25:18.1; 4, Grace Foster, Seoul Foreign, 25:30.5; 5, Clara Calhoun, SFS, 25:36.8; 6, Devyn Mortensen, Humphreys, 25:40.8; 7, Chloe Pence, Humphreys, 25:54.9; 8, Katherine Kim, Seoul International, 26:21.5; 9, Alena Chamberlain, Osan, 26:52.4; 10, Ashleigh Cooper, Humphreys, 26:55.6.

Tennis South KoreaWednesday at Yongsan GarrisonBoys Yongsan 5, Seoul American 0 Singles Ian Choi def. Zakai Bufkin 8-2, David Lee def. David Bellas 8-0, Ryan Ham def. Justin Kim 8-0.Doubles Stephen Sung and Joseph Hwang def. Billy Laxton and David Lee 8-0, Matthew Lim and Minjae Kim def. Brandon Kim and Justin Lee 8-0.Girls Yongsan 5, Seoul American 0 Singles Allison Park def. Ashley Kim 8-1, Ashley Koo def. Hana Ro 8-4, Irene Gil def. Priscilla Bright 8-1.Doubles Erica Cho and Claire Park def. Iveena Lauzon and Jessica Park 8-0, Hyunjung Cho and Alexis Kim def. Lilliana Rodriguez and Abigail Mountford 8-2. Wednesday at Camp HumphreysBoys Humphreys 5, Osan 0 Singles Ryan Oh def. Jae Yun 8-2, Riley Mueller def. James Rivet 8-3, Daniel Gooding def. Alex Pace 8-0.Doubles Sam Lister and Forrest Taylor def. Thomas Kim and Kenneth Santos 8-0, Nathan Bae and John Ku by walkover.Girls Humphreys 3, Osan 2 Singles Cheylin Park, Humphreys, def. Cassandra Brown 9-7; Valencia Ramirez, Humphreys, def. Kelly Kenyon 8-3; Carline Chung, Humphryes, def. Tiffany Garcia 8-4.Doubles Satomi Swayne and Elizabeth Park, Osan, def. Yubin Hudson and Yujin Kang 9-7; Imani Pettigrew and Mikala Guillory, Osan, def. Darcy Harris and Lizzy Brown 8-1.

OkinawaThursday at Camp FosterBoys Kubasaki 2, Kadena 1 Singles Shannon Hyde, Kubasaki, def. Royce Smola 6-4, 6-0; Kai Grubbs, Kubasaki, def. Justin Saavedra 3-6, 6-2, 6-3; Joe Lamoreaux, Kadena, def. Max Weidley 8-5.Noteworthy — Four remaining matches rained out.Girls Kubasaki 4, Kadena 1 Singles Maddie Tsirlis, Kadena, def. Ally Johnson 6-4, 6-3; Lili Manzi, Kubasaki, def. Mary Obsuna 6-1, 6-4; Nancy Gurtzwiller, Kubasaki, def. Kobi Davis 8-3; Chante Broomes, Kubasaki, def. Mai Woodcock 8-1.Doubles Arisa Manuel and Lana Cowley, Kubasaki, def. Hana Brienes and Ceirra Goss 8-0.Noteworthy — Four remaining matches rained out.

JapanWednesday at Yokota Air BaseBoys St. Mary’s 4, Yokota 1 Singles Kai Deremer, Yokota, def. billy Lee 8-5; Seiga Shimamura, St. Mary’s, def. Tanner Marlowe 8-1; Yichen Shen, St. Mary’s, def. Ken Sheehan 8-0.Doubles Hiyu Hosoda and Andy Matsuzaki, St. Mary’s, def. Owen Lambie and Jeff Mullarky 8-0; Won Hyun Kang and Ryunosuke Saito, St. Mary’s, def. Marcus Berette and Patrick Hakon 8-1.Girls Seisen 4, Yokota 1 Singles Sarah Omachi, Seisen, def. Anna Ball 8-0; Amana Fujikawa, Seisen, def. Layla Standbridge 8-1; Debangi Mohanta, Seisen, def. Noelle Asato 8-0.Doubles Nina Fukui and Erica Rowbottom, Seisen, def. Hanna Swygert and Emily Taynton 8-6; Jessica Vernon and Danica Setka, Yokota, def. Maoko Hoshi and Minkyung Jeong 8-1. Wednesday at TokyoBoys American School In Japan 5, Christian Academy Japan 0 Singles Ikuo Kobayashi def. Kaito Masuda 6-4, 6-3; Joshua Inahara def. Kitt Mori 6-0, 6-1; Wenjun Fan def. Hikaru Kurosawa 6-1, 6-2.Doubles Leon Hoy and Tyler Change def. Kento Berry and Eugene Reedy 6-3, 6-3; Jun Ikeda and Ryusuke Suehiro def. Joe Frazier and Takuma Miyagi 6-1, 6-2.Girls ASIJ 5, CAJ 0 Singles Eriya Hara def. Kaitlyn Corbett 6-0, 6-1; Andrea Fernando def. Hanna Yozawa 6-0, 6-1; Elise Wilson def. Jenny Sung 6-1, 6-0.Doubles Maurielle Cook and Risa Akiba def. Raven Frisel and Kiara McClain 6-0, 6-1; Manami Knodo and Hanae Betsuyaku def. JaeEun Shin and Sopie Bin 6-0, 6-0. Tuesday at Camp ZamaBoys Nile C. Kinnick 5, Zama 0 Singles Daniel Posthumus def. Kouto Yamaguchi 6-2, 6-1; Matthew Manson def. James Strum 6-3, 7-5; Justin Crouch def. Liam Hunter 6-3, 6-2.Doubles Bodhi Kuiper and Mitchel Kiszenia def. Josh Allen and Lewis Walter 7-5, 6-4; Samuel Rexrode and Brandon Penberthy def. Korbin Jackson and Chris Lopes 6-3, 4-6, 6-3.Girls Nile C. Kinnick 2, Zama 0 Singles Tamaki Farman def. Daisy Dalat 6-3, 1-6, 6-3; Jillian Mock def. Pulani Tremel 6-0, 6-1.

Volleyball Girls South KoreaTaejon Christian def. Daegu 23-25, 25-17, 24-26, 25-17, 15-13 Wednesday at Camp WalkerKills — Warriors: Reyann Belford 7, Dai’Ja Turner 6. Digs — Warriors: Belford 6. Assists — Warriors: Bethani Newbold 12. Block points — Warriors: Turner 11.Seoul Foreign def. Humphreys 25-8, 25-17, 25-20 Wednesday at SeoulKills — Blackhawks: Ebony Dykes 8. Digs — Blackhawks: Cleo Cody 31.Yongsan def. Seoul American 25-11, 25-15, 25-21 Wednesday at Yongsan GarrisonKills — Guardians: Navya Kala 9. Aces — Guardians: Ashley Cho 8, Megan Paek 8. Assists — Guardians: Cho 24. Digs — Guardians: Sofia Kang 9; Falcons: Ashley Clifton 14.

JapanKinnick def. St. Maur 25-15, 25-23, 25-14 Wednesday at Yokosuka Naval BaseKills — Red Devils: Nellie Adepoju 5. Aces — Red Devils: Melissa Rose 7, Tori Osterbrink 6. Block points — Red Devils: Osterbrink 4. Assists — Red Devils: Sophie Williams 20. Noteworthy — Red Devils trailed in the second set 15-4 before rallying.ASIJ def. CAJ 28-26, 9-25, 25-17, 25-21 Tuesday at TokyoKills — Mustangs: Aloha Suto 11, Kennedy Baca 9. Digs — Mustangs: Cora Eaton 12. Assists — Mustangs: Pari Eaton 13, Julia Neely 8.Yokota def. Sacred Heart 25-21, 25-18, 18-25, 25-17 Tuesday at TokyoKills — Panthers: Adrianna Diaz 10, Caleigh Garcia 7. Aces — Panthers: Haley Singleton 10, Diaz 5. Digs — Panthers: Diaz 5, Singleton 5. Block points — Panthers: Diaz 7. Assists — Panthers: Jaeana Reyes 20.

Boys South KoreaSeoul Foreign def. Humphreys 25-13, 25-10, 25-20 Wednesday at SeoulKills — Blackhawks: Cullen Areniego 11. Assists — Blackhawks: Jonas Lee 16, Devin Donnell 15.Yongsan def. Seoul American 25-14, 25-11, 25-14 Wednesday at Yongsan GarrisonKills — Guardians: Noah Pak 8. Assists — Guardians: Kevin Lee 8; Falcons: Kyle Wun 5. Block points — Falcons: Jonnathan Gibson 4.

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