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Cross country JapanSaturday at Kintai Dam, Iwakuni (3.1-mile course)Boys Nile C. Kinnick 13, Yokota 33, Matthew C. Perry 64, E.J. King 77, Robert D. Edgren 85, Zama 105 1, Jerry Lotz, Kinnick, 16 minutes, 50 seconds; 2, Jeff Ferrand, Yokota, 16:53; 3, Akimanzi Silbo, Kinnick, 17:09; 4, Zachary Sapiot, Kinnick, 17:40; 5, Klobh Thompson, Kinnick, 17:43; 6, Lorenzo Brown, Perry, 17:44; 7, Josh Minimo, Kinnick, 17:48; 8, Jun Royster, Edgren, 17:51; 9, Mickey Galvin, Yokota, 18:05; 10, Daniel Cordoba, Yokota, 18:13.Girls Kinnick 11, Yokota 37, King 60, Zama 63, Edgren 64, Perry incomplete 1, Lucy Bailey, Kinnick, 20 minutes, 24 seconds; 2, Taryn Cates-Beier, Kinnick 20:42; 3, Rissa Eilmes, Kinnick, 21:03; 4, Ai Robbins, Yokota, 21:22; 5, Erin Stonebarger, Kinnick, 21:24; 6, Devon Shuman, Perry, 21:37; 7, Meg Bailey, Kinnick, 21:56; 8, Amelia McGrath, 22:24; 9, Bobbi Hill, Perry, 22:32; 10, Alyssa Garza, Yokota, 22:45. Saturday at Tama Hills Recreation Center, Tokyo (2.9-mile boys course, 2.1-mile girls course)Boys American School In Japan 21, Christian Academy Japan 38 ASIJ 15, Yokohama 50 CAJ 19, St. Maur 40 St. Maur 24, Yokohama 32 St. Mary’s 15, Yokohama 50 1, Ryan Nishida, ASIJ, 15 minutes, 7.7 seconds; 2, Jordan Van Druff, CAJ, 15:25.4; 3, Thomas Richter, St. Mary’s, 15:58.5; 4, Luke Rogan, ASIJ, 16:17.1; 5, Britt Sease, ASIJ, 16:22.2; 6, Hayato Taguchi, CAJ, 16:24.3; 7, Ryusei Aomi, St. Mary’s, 16:27.1; 8, Mark Nishida, ASIJ, 16:27.1; 9, Trevor McAuliffe, ASIJ, 16:32.2; 10, Leon Pokrovsky, St. Mary’s, 16:34.2.Girls ASIJ 15, CAJ 50 ASIJ 26, Sacred Heart 31 ASIJ 15, Yokohama 50 St. Maur 19, CAJ 41 Seisen 15, Yokohama 50 St. Maur 18, Yokohama 42 1, Lisa Watanuki, ASIJ, 13 minutes, 4.8 seconds; 2, Joyce Skeete, ISSH, 13:40.3; 3, Alisha Sharma, Seisen, 13:45.9; 4, Annabelle Hill, ISSH, 14:09.6; 5, Hannah Mallard, ASIJ, 14:13.3; 6, Kaitlin Rossman, Seisen, 14:15.8; 7, Stephanie Eristoff, ASIJ, 14;22.1; 8, Allison Hao, St. Maur, 14:30.1; 9, Juli Yanai, ISSH, 14;35.8; 10, Leah Fahy, ASIJ, 14:42.1.

South KoreaWednesday at Seoul Foreign School (3.1-mile course)Boys 1, Jack Newton, Seoul American, 18 minutes, 26 seconds; 2, Paul Slife, SAHS, 18:47; 3, Brock Avise, SAHS, 19:00; 4, Patrick Seong, Korea International, 19:34; 5, Ty Hacking, SFS, 19:34; 6, Roger Han, KIS, 19:50; 7, Caleb Poirer, International Christian School of Uijongbu, 19:57; 8, Jake Dexter, Daegu, 20:16; 9, Hudson Lee, SFS, 20:17; 10, Harry Kang, SFS, 20:17.Girls 1, Jane Anderson, Seoul Foreign, 22:40; 2, Michelle Kwon, Korea International, 22:49; 3, Jenny Lee, KIS, 23:07; 4, Virginia Ellinger, International Christian School of Uijongbu, 23:40; 5, Chloe Byrd, Seoul American, 23:42; 6, Erica Kim, SFS, 23:56; 7, Linda Pang, Yongsan International School of Seoul, 24:42; 8, Yewon Koh, KIS, 24:29; 9, Susie Lee, Chadwick, 25:00; 10, Alice Jo, KIS, 25:06.

Tennis South KoreaSaturday at Camp HumphreysBoys Chadwick 5, Humphreys 0 Singles Kenny Joo def. Teige Heckenlaible 7-5; Yusuf Farag def. John Ko 6-0; Bill Park def. Chester Mercado 6-0.Doubles Sean Yoon and Jason Cho def. Phillip Song and Matthew Whiting 6-0; Anzhen Han and David Park def. Nathan Bae and Ji Kim 6-2.Daegu 5, Humphreys 0 Singles Daniel Musselwhite def. Heckenlaible 6-3; Jaymin Yoo def. Ko 6-0; Josh Lee def. Mercado 6-2.Doubles Ben Session and Jason Sturm def. Whiting and Bae 6-3; Joseph Dennis and Stephen Noe def. Kim and Song 6-2.Girls Chadwick 4, Humphreys 1 Singles Emily Yang, Humphreys, def. Abby Kwon 6-2; Sophie Cho, CIS, def. YeoRae Kim 6-1; Soo Yun, CIS, def. Pauline Coronel 6-1.Doubles Leal and Yun, CIS, def. Goering and A. Kim 6-4; Caroline Kim and Sarah Park, CIS, def. Capri Leschber and Christine Yun 7-6 (tiebreak score unavailable).Humphreys 4, Daegu 1 Singles Yang def. Laila Donawa 6-1; Jade Stokes, Daegu, def. YeoRae Kim 7-5; Coronel def. Lea Vanscyoc 6-3.Doubles Kobialka and Goering def. Yasmin Guilfoile and Jasmin Moreno 6-2; Leschber and Kim def. Irene Halferty and Susan Schroeder 7-5.

JapanFriday and Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniBoys Perry 10, Zama 2 Singles Aidan Lewis, Perry, def. Bradley Moore 8-1; Nathan Bokamper, Perry, def. Shigeru Stuckey 8-5; Shion Lackie, Perry, def. Kai Hall 8-6; William Rudolph, Perry, def. Riki Fameli 8-1; Kai Lange, Perry, def. Lewis Walter 8-3; Austin Livengood, Perry, def. Tyler Behrends 8-0; Josh Bayardo, Zama, def. Marlon Vesprey 8-2; Sean Bowles, Zama, def. Joel Villanueva 8-4.Doubles Lewis and Bokamper def. Hall and Stuckey 8-0; Rudolph and Lange def. Walter and Behrends 8-0; Lackie and Livengood def. Fameli and Moore 8-5; Bowles and Bayardo def. Vesprey and Villanueva 8-1.Girls Zama 7, Perry 4 Singles Reagan Palmer, Zama, def. Alexis Mojica 8-2; Eiry Lynch, Zama, def. Sarah Saiki 9-7; Trish Giles, Perry, def. Daisy Dalat 8-5; Katelyn James, Zama, def. Kaede Goble 8-5; Marion Vesprey, Perry, def. Adeliz Torres 8-3; Dana Story, Zama, def. Katelyn Hackworth 8-1; Morgan Ginn, Zama, def. Jenelle Villanueva 9-8 (8-6).Doubles Mojica and Saiki def. James and Torres 8-3; Giles and Goble def. Story and Ginn 8-1; Palmer and Lynch def. Hackworth and Vesprey 8-1; Dalat and Imani Williams def. Villanueva and Hackworth 6-4.

Volleyball Girls South KoreaOsan def. Yongsan 25-21, 15-25, 24-26, 25-16, 16-14 Saturday at SeoulKills — Cougars: Allyson Marek 10, Amber Cash 9, Jana Rafi 5; Guardians: Yoonjung Chang 6. Aces — Guardians: Ashley Cho 8. Digs — Cougars: Cash 8, Haille Nugent 6; Guardians: Chang 12. Block points — Cougars: Cash 4. Assists — Cougars: Elizabeth White 5; Guardians: Cho 7.Humphreys def. Daegu 24-26, 25-14, 19-25, 25-7, 15-7 Saturday at Camp Humphreys

JapanASIJ def. Seisen 27-25, 22-25, 25-21, 25-11 Friday at TokyoKills — Mustangs: Elyse Davidson 17, Savannah Napierski 9, Allie Rogers 8, Rachael Fuchs 7; Phoenix: Amanda Wood 9, Lilu Vandercame 7. Aces — Mustangs: Napierski 5. Assists — Mustangs: Rogers 19, Savannah Simon 15; Phoenix: Angela Chou 11. Digs — Phoenix: Momoka Umemiya 11, Kathleen Martens 9. Block points — Phoenix: Vandercame 5.

Boys South KoreaHumphreys def. Daegu 25-10, 25-5, 25-17 Saturday at Camp HumphreysDigs — Blackhawks: Garrett Taylor 8. Assists — Blackhawks: Gerald Conlas 32.Seoul Foreign def. Daegu 25-6, 25-6, 25-13 Friday at SeoulKills — Crusaders: Daniel Bang 6. Aces — Crusaders: Paul Yoon 5. Assists — Crusaders: Brandon Sohn 20. Digs — Crusaders: Ghye Brown 11. Block points — Crusaders: Darcy Herlihy 3.Taejon Christian def. Osan 25-20, 25-22, 25-12 Friday at Daejeon


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