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Kadena's Katie Anderton jump serves against Kubasaki during Thursday's Okinawa girls volleyball match, won by the Dragons in three sets. Kubasaki swept the season series 4-0 from Kadena and won its 16th straight district championship.

Kadena's Katie Anderton jump serves against Kubasaki during Thursday's Okinawa girls volleyball match, won by the Dragons in three sets. Kubasaki swept the season series 4-0 from Kadena and won its 16th straight district championship. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Katie Anderton jump serves against Kubasaki during Thursday's Okinawa girls volleyball match, won by the Dragons in three sets. Kubasaki swept the season series 4-0 from Kadena and won its 16th straight district championship.

Kadena's Katie Anderton jump serves against Kubasaki during Thursday's Okinawa girls volleyball match, won by the Dragons in three sets. Kubasaki swept the season series 4-0 from Kadena and won its 16th straight district championship. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Kyleigh Wright tries to hit the ball past Sophie Baumbach of Kubasaki during Thursday's Okinawa girls volleyball match, won by the Dragons in three sets. Kubasaki swept the season series 4-0 from Kadena and won its 16th straight district championship.

Kadena's Kyleigh Wright tries to hit the ball past Sophie Baumbach of Kubasaki during Thursday's Okinawa girls volleyball match, won by the Dragons in three sets. Kubasaki swept the season series 4-0 from Kadena and won its 16th straight district championship. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Alyssa Alvarado sets the ball against Kadena during Thursday's Okinawa girls volleyball match, won by the Dragons in three sets. Kubasaki swept the season series 4-0 from Kadena and won its 16th straight district championship.

Kubasaki's Alyssa Alvarado sets the ball against Kadena during Thursday's Okinawa girls volleyball match, won by the Dragons in three sets. Kubasaki swept the season series 4-0 from Kadena and won its 16th straight district championship. (Jaelyn Forbes/Special to Stripes)

Kadena's Gabriela Robles tries hit through the double block of Kubasaki's Alyssa Alvarado and Abby Robinson during Thursday's Okinawa girls volleyball match, won by the Dragons in three sets. Kubasaki swept the season series 4-0 from Kadena and won its 16th straight district championship.

Kadena's Gabriela Robles tries hit through the double block of Kubasaki's Alyssa Alvarado and Abby Robinson during Thursday's Okinawa girls volleyball match, won by the Dragons in three sets. Kubasaki swept the season series 4-0 from Kadena and won its 16th straight district championship. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Dai'Ja Turner bumps the ball against Humphreys during Wednesday's Korea girls volleyball match, won by the Blackhawks in three sets. Turner had six kills, 14 digs and three block points in her next-to-last match in Warriors' uniform; she transfers next week after Friday's home match against Yongsan.

Daegu's Dai'Ja Turner bumps the ball against Humphreys during Wednesday's Korea girls volleyball match, won by the Blackhawks in three sets. Turner had six kills, 14 digs and three block points in her next-to-last match in Warriors' uniform; she transfers next week after Friday's home match against Yongsan. (Bethani Newbold/Special to Stripes)

Daegu's Aleiandro Miller bumps the ball against Humphreys during Wednesday's Korea boys volleyball match, won by the Blackhawks in five sets.

Daegu's Aleiandro Miller bumps the ball against Humphreys during Wednesday's Korea boys volleyball match, won by the Blackhawks in five sets. (Bethani Newbold/Special to Stripes)

Humphreys' Jalynn Knight spikes the ball against Daegu's Hazel Bell and Ariel Harvey during Wednesday's Korea girls volleyball match, won by the Blackhawks in three sets.

Humphreys' Jalynn Knight spikes the ball against Daegu's Hazel Bell and Ariel Harvey during Wednesday's Korea girls volleyball match, won by the Blackhawks in three sets. (Bethani Newbold/Special to Stripes)

Humphreys' Abel Recheungel tries to bump the ball past Daegu's Joshua Dela Cruz and Aleiandro Miller during Wednesday's Korea boys volleyball match, won by the Blackhawks in five sets.

Humphreys' Abel Recheungel tries to bump the ball past Daegu's Joshua Dela Cruz and Aleiandro Miller during Wednesday's Korea boys volleyball match, won by the Blackhawks in five sets. (Bethani Newbold/Special to Stripes)

Kubasaki's Colin Lundberg sends a backhand against Kadena's Matt Steele during Wednesday's Okinawa tennis matches. Lundberg won 8-6.

Kubasaki's Colin Lundberg sends a backhand against Kadena's Matt Steele during Wednesday's Okinawa tennis matches. Lundberg won 8-6. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Matt Steele sends a forehand smash to Kubasaki's Colin Lundberg during Wednesday's Okinawa tennis matches. Lundberg won 8-6.

Kadena's Matt Steele sends a forehand smash to Kubasaki's Colin Lundberg during Wednesday's Okinawa tennis matches. Lundberg won 8-6. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Ally Johnson sends a forehand return to Kubasaki's Liyou Sorenson during Wednesday's Okinawa tennis matches. Johnson, a former Dragon, won 8-0.

Kadena's Ally Johnson sends a forehand return to Kubasaki's Liyou Sorenson during Wednesday's Okinawa tennis matches. Johnson, a former Dragon, won 8-0. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Ryukyu Middle School eighth-grader Sierra Taysom crosses the finish line first in 21 minutes, 56 seconds in Monday's Okinawa cross country race. Though she isn't eliglble for high school honors, Taysom is unbeaten thus far this season running against her elder competition.

Ryukyu Middle School eighth-grader Sierra Taysom crosses the finish line first in 21 minutes, 56 seconds in Monday's Okinawa cross country race. Though she isn't eliglble for high school honors, Taysom is unbeaten thus far this season running against her elder competition. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kadena sophomore Sara Corrado comes across the finish line first among high school-aged girls runners in 23 minutes, 5 seconds during Monday's Okinawa cross country race.

Kadena sophomore Sara Corrado comes across the finish line first among high school-aged girls runners in 23 minutes, 5 seconds during Monday's Okinawa cross country race. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kadena senior Will Ray crosses the finish line in 17 minutes, 20 seconds in Monday's Okinawa cross country race.

Kadena senior Will Ray crosses the finish line in 17 minutes, 20 seconds in Monday's Okinawa cross country race. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

High school

Cross country OkinawaMonday at YomitanBoys Kadena 23, Kubasaki 51, Okinawa Christian 59 1, Will Ray, Kadena, 17 minutes, 20 seconds; 2, Arthur Parra, Kubasaki, 17:38; 3, Rockwell Tobler, Kadena, 18:14; 4, Matthew Ray, Kadena, 18:22; 5, Sawyer Suzuki, OCSI, 18:25; 6, Joe Renquist, Kadena, 18:30; 7, Ray Kinjo, OCSI, 18:55; 8, Jaeson Espina, Kubasaki, 19:37; 9, Nathaniel Elliott, Kadena, 19:37; 10, Carter Glass, Kadena, 19.47.Girls Kadena 17, Kubasaki 45, Okinawa Christian incomplete 1, Sara Corrado, Kadena, 23 minutes, 5 seconds; 2, Elizabeth Desiderio, Kadena, 23:46; 3, Grace Carey, Kadena, 24:01; 4, Audrey Kerr, Kubasaki, 24:08; 5, Isamar Vargas, Kadena, 24:48; 6, Keely Albrecht, Kadena, 25:34; 7, Kennady White, Kadena, 26:24; 8, Kylie Richardson, OCSI, 26:50; 9, Meia Mitchell, Kubasaki, 26:51; 10, Katie Gilmore, Kadena, 27:20.

Tennis South KoreaWednesday at SuweonBoys Gyeonggi Suwon 3, Humphreys 2 Singles Sam Lee, GSIS, def. David Bellas 8-1; Daul Bae, HHS, def. Rikuma Shigeta 8-3; Joseph Park, GSIS, def. Hermis Weilbacher 8-4.Doubles Samuel Oh and Ethan Hur, GSIS, def. Micah Kim and Forrest Taylor 8-4; Minchan Kim and Charles Newbegin, HHS, def. Jawon Park and Colin Kim 8-2.Girls Humphreys 5, Gyeonggi Suwon 0 Singles Melissa Pritchett def. Christine Eun 8-4, Hana Ro def. Leslie Lee 8-3, Ashley Kim def. Jiwoo Kwak 8-1.Doubles Toto Kang and Chelyn Park def. Chloe Suh and Seohyun Min 8-2, Evelyn Park and Valencia Ramirez def. Erica Kim and Hongbi An 8-0.

OkinawaWednesday at Camp FosterKubasaki 10, Kadena 5 Boys singles Kai Grubbs, Kubasaki, def. R.J. Smola 8-5; Justin Saavedra, Kadena, def. Henry Ruksc 8-6; Brett Davis, Kadena, def. Aden Leggio 9-7; Colin Lundberg, Kubasaki, def. Matt Steele 8-6; Cael Perry, Kubasaki, def. Nathan Asato 8-2.Girls singles Lisa Dombrowski, Kadena, def. Chante Broomes 8-1; Ally Johnson, Kadena, def. Liyou Sorenson 8-0; Nancy Gutzwiller, Kubasaki, def. Noelle Asato 8-2; Willow Lewis, Kubasaki, def. Mayann Rivera 8-1; Arisa Manuel, Kubasaki, def. Mai Woodcock 8-2.Mixed doubles Iain Stanley and Mary Tracy, Kadena, def. Sebastian Abanes and Natalie Mulherin 6-3; Grubbs-Broomes def. Smola-Christine Ryan 6-1; Ruksc-Gutzwiller def. Saavedra-Hana Brienes 6-0; Leggio-Lewis def. Davis-Cathy Rice 6-4; Spencer Dawson and Natalie Oboza, Kubasaki, def. T.K. Miyazaki and Jocelyn Kulis 6-3.

JapanTuesday at Camp ZamaBoys Christian Academy Japan 4, Zama 0 Singles Hyugo Abe def. Kouto Yamaguchi 8-2, Shun Takana def. Liam Hunter 8-4.Doubles Peter Junker and Joel Nakazawa def. Joshua Allen and Chris Lopes 8-7 (7-4), Junu Byun and V.K. Abi def. Ethan Sanchez and Shad Shiozawa 8-4.Girls CAJ 3, Zama 1 Singles Pulani Tremel, Zama, def. Kiara McLain 8-4; Jenny Sung, CAJ, def. Caella Bolin 8-1.Doubles Jae Eun Shin and Miyuki Yamakawa, CAJ, def. Angelina Tetherow and Alina Lim 8-5; Megumi Johnson and Tina Walker, CAJ, def. Sarah Whalen and Kylah Samuelson 8-7 (7-4). Monday at TokyoBoys St. Mary’s 5, CAJ 0 Singles Yuki Toyokawa def. Abe 6-4, 6-2; Yuta Hatanaka def. Tanaka 6-0, 6-1; Matei Bistriteanu def. Minoru Uchida 6-0, 6-1.Doubles Andy Matsuzaki and Hiyu Hosoda def. Junker and Nakazawa 6-3, 6-1; Seiga Shimamura and Ryuta Nakao def. Byun and Abi 6-0, 6-0. Monday at TokyoGirls Yokota 3, Sacred Heart 2 Singles Danika Setka, Yokota, def. Mine Gelegen 8-2; Sakurako Okano, ISSH, def. Emina Garcia 8-2; Erisa Yachi, ISSH, def. Julia Phung 8-3.Doubles Layla Standbridge and Jessica Vernon, Yokota, def. H. Koketsu and X. Chang 8-6; Hannah Swygert and Stacy Morioka, Yokota, def. S. Kim and K. Grabinger 8-0.

Volleyball Girls South KoreaSeoul Foreign def. Osan 25-19, 25-13, 25-16 Wednesday at Osan Air BaseHumphreys def. Daegu 25-16, 25-13, 25-23 Wednesday at Camp WalkerKills — Blackhawks: Jalynn Knight 7; Warriors: Dai’Ja Turner 6. Aces — Blackhawks: Trinity Barretto 6. Assists — Blackhawks: Barretto 15; Warriors: Neea Lizama 6. Digs — Blackhawks: Isabelle Maulsby 13, Knight 12, Madison Bridges 8; Warriors: Turner 14, Issamoly Thurman 8, Ariel Harvey 7. Block points — Warriors: Turner 3.

OkinawaKubasaki def. Kadena 25-12, 25-23, 25-15 Thursday at Camp FosterKills — Dragons: Abby Robinson 12. Aces — Dragons: Robinson 8. Assists — Dragons: Alyssa Alvarado 26. Digs — Dragons: Risha McGriff 7, Makaela Hennigan 6, Alvarado 5; Panthers: Sarina Garcia 5. Noteworthy — Dragons swept the season series 4-0, winning their 16th straight Okinawa championship.

JapanAmerican School In Japan def. CAJ 25-9, 25-21, 25-14 Thursday at TokyoKills — Mustangs: Aimee Dossor 6, Karen Fukuda 5; Knights: Mari Mosaku 7, Rachel Nelson 5. Assists — Knights: Mitsuki Hishinuma 17. Digs — Mustangs: Cora Eaton 14, Pari Eaton 7, Leila Suzuki 5.Zama def. Seisen 22-25, 25-23, 25-21, 25-20 Tuesday at TokyoKills — Trojans: Jessica Atkinson 15, Grace Bryant 8; Phoenix: Sarah Atanacio 18, Lisa Purcell 7, Lina Saechout 6. Aces — Trojans: Harley Gartner 5; Phoenix: Purcell 6. Assists — Trojans: Jazlyn Rioux 25; Phoenix: Grace Starr 34. Digs — Trojans: Remi Sherratt 5; Phoenix: Atanacio 21, Yuyu Chou 12. Block points — Trojans: Gabrielle Griffiths 7, Atkinson 4.Nile C. Kinnick def. CAJ 25-14, 25-14, 16-25, 25-16 Tuesday at TokyoKills — Red Devils: Madelyn Gallo 15, Kiana Johnson 8; Knights: Jessica Bedow 7, Rachel Nelson 6. Aces — Red Devils: Gallo 5; Knights: Mosaku 7, Hishinuma 5. Assists — Red Devils: Charlize Uptegrove 29; Knights: Hishinuma 11. Digs — Red Devils: Kylie Martin 8.ASIJ def. Yokota 25-13, 25-23, 25-6 Tuesday at Yokota Air BaseAces — Mustangs: Cora Eaton 6.

Boys South KoreaSeoul Foreign def. Osan 25-13, 25-11, 25-9 Wednesday at Osan Air BaseHumphreys def. Daegu 25-21, 19-25, 22-25, 25-22, 15-12 Wednesday at Camp Walker

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