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Daegu outside hitter Rheagan Wyche bumps the ball against Osan during Saturday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference girls volleyball match at Camp George, South Korea. The Warriors won for the seventh time this season, all in straight sets.
Daegu outside hitter Rheagan Wyche bumps the ball against Osan during Saturday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference girls volleyball match at Camp George, South Korea. The Warriors won for the seventh time this season, all in straight sets. (Celine Jao/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Daegu outside hitter Rheagan Wyche bumps the ball against Osan during Saturday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference girls volleyball match at Camp George, South Korea. The Warriors won for the seventh time this season, all in straight sets.
Daegu outside hitter Rheagan Wyche bumps the ball against Osan during Saturday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference girls volleyball match at Camp George, South Korea. The Warriors won for the seventh time this season, all in straight sets. (Celine Jao/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Daegu setter Kaitlyn Nott sets the ball against Osan during Saturday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference girls volleyball match at Camp George, South Korea. The Warriors won for the seventh time this season, all in straight sets.
Daegu setter Kaitlyn Nott sets the ball against Osan during Saturday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference girls volleyball match at Camp George, South Korea. The Warriors won for the seventh time this season, all in straight sets. (Celine Jao/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Daegu setter Kaitlyn Nott battles Ashley Becker of Osan at the net during Saturday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference girls volleyball match at Camp George, South Korea. The Warriors won for the seventh time this season, all in straight sets.
Daegu setter Kaitlyn Nott battles Ashley Becker of Osan at the net during Saturday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference girls volleyball match at Camp George, South Korea. The Warriors won for the seventh time this season, all in straight sets. (Mylissa Maclin/Special to Stars and Stripes)

High school

Cross country GuamBoys Guam 15, St. Paul Christian incomplete Friday at Agana Heights 1, Tyler Thorne, GHS, 19 minutes, 57 seconds; 2, Wayne Owen, GHS, 19:58; 3, Jake Harrold, GHS, 21:25; 4, Robert Kranz, GHS, 21:52; 5, Paul Tominez, GHS, 23:55; 6, Keith Zachary, GHS, 25:06; 7, Ronald Lindhart, GHS, 25:11; 8, Arthur Owen, GHS, 25:18; 9, Bailey Ward, GHS, 25:19; 10, Kyle Ward, GHS, 25:49.Harvest Christian Academy 21, George Washington 40 John F. Kennedy 16, Father Duenas Memorial 43 Southern 20, Okkodo 39 Simon Sanchez 15, St. John’s 49Girls Guam 15, St. Paul Christian incomplete Friday at Agana Heights 1, Emma Martin, GHS, 24 minutes, 6 seconds; 2, Lore Magante, GHS, 26:50; 3, Abbigail Emmerling, GHS, 28:40; 4, Franchette Allarey, GHS, 29:14; 5, Heather Bossart, GHS, 29:42; 6, Lisa Oviedo, GHS, 29:44; 7, Danielle Bossart, GHS, 31:20; 8, Alexia Lasala, GHS, 32:18; 9, Audrey Meno, GHS, 32:39; 10, Aisha Melendez, GHS, 36:54.George Washington 25, Harvest Christian 32 John F. Kennedy 15, Academy of Our Lady of Guam 49 Southern 15, Okkodo incomplete Simon Sanchez 15, St. John’s incomplete

JapanSaturday at Momoishi Beach Park, Misawa (3.1-mile course)Boys Yokota 17, Nile C. Kinnick 27, Zama American 46, E.J. King 66, Matthew C. Perry 76, Robert D. Edgren 104 1, Daniel Galvin, Yokota, 16 minutes, 27 seconds (fastest time for DODDS runner in Pacific this season, second fastest overall); 2, Bryan Riley, Yokota, 16:56; 3, Aaron Russ, Kinnick, 16:57; 4, Jarrell Hibler, Zama, 16:57; 5, Ethan Russ, Kinnick, 17:26; 6, McKay Patterson, Yokota, 17:50; 7, Jerry Lotz, Kinnick, 18:15; 8, George Wiest, Yokota, 18:16; 9, Mattes Camacho, Zama, 18:42; 10, Micah Swygert, Yokota, 18:43.Girls Kinnick 13, King 39, Yokota 50, Perry 62, Zama 63, Edgren incomplete 1, Carydaliz Fontanez, Kinnick, 20 minutes, 43 seconds; 2, Elisha Dareing, Kinnick, 20:43; 3, Cassandra Burger, Kinnick, 21:17; 4, Bobbi Hill, MCP, 21:41; 5, Hanae Phillips, Yokota, 21:55; 6, Amelia McGrath, EJK, 22:21; 7, Pallas Stroer-Jarvis, Edgren, 22:31; 8, Mao Leonard, Kinnick, 22:43; 9, Emilea Kidd, EJK, 22:47; 10, Megan Hurley, Zama, 22:50. Saturday at Tama Hills Recreation CenterBoys (2.9-mile course)American School In Japan 16, St. Maur International 47 St. Mary’s International 21, Christian Academy Japan 40 St. Mary’s 26, Yokohama International 33 1, Evan Yukevich, ASIJ, 15 minutes, 37 seconds; 2, Ryan Nishida, ASIJ, 15:58.9; 3, James Parker, St. Mary’s, 16:07.8; 4, Kye Arbuckle, CAJ, 16:15.7; 5, Jun Sekiya, YIS, 16:22.8; 6, Keiichiro Kinushita, ASIJ, 16:24.6; 7, Collin Morgan, ASIJ, 16:35.3; 8, Monville Louis, YIS, 16:41.2; 9, Kelvin Robbins, St. Maur, 16:50.6; 10, Thomas Richter, St. Mary’s, 16:55.1.Girls (2.1-mile course)ASIJ 19, St. Maur 41 Seisen 15, CAJ 50 International School of the Sacred Heart 23, ASIJ 33 Sacred Heart 20, St. Maur 43 Seisen 15, Yokohama 50 1, Tanya Riordan, ASIJ, 13 minutes, 21.5 seconds; 2, Lisa Kwak, Seisen, 13:27.6; 3, Lucille Nunnely, St. Maur, 13:35.5; 4, Ailey Langley, ISSH, 13:36.0; 5, Maku Itakura, Seisen, 13:49.9; 6, Yuko Abe, ISSH, 14:09.6; 7, Lucy West, ISSH, 14:10.0; 8, Marie Kloeck, Seisen, 14:17.8; 9, Kaye Mathies, Seisen, 14:22.2; 10, Joyce Skeet, ISSH, 14:28.0.Noteworthy — Brittani Shappell, a Seisen 8th-grader, broke her own course record by 27.9 seconds, clocking the 2.1 miles in 12:22.7.

Tennis South KoreaSaturday at DaejeonBoys Taejon Christian International 5, Korea International 0 Singles James Redfern def. Joey Kim 8-2; Chansee Lim def. Justin Blas 8-0; Ji Hoon by walkoverDoubles Jun Song Yeon and Do Yeob Lee def. Austin Bohl and Frank Trujillo 8-0; Justin Moon and Michael Kim def. Jeffrey Bachrach and Bryan Gaona 8-0 Saturday at DaejeonGirls Taejon Christian 4, Humphreys 1 Singles Grace Jeon, TCIS, def. Jennifer Rauch 8-1; Petrina Smith, HHS, def. Sophie Park 8-5; Jessica Cho, TCIS, def. Elisa Choi 8-2Doubles Yu Na Jin and Sonia Kim, TCIS, def. Charlene Wong and Angela Padua 8-2; Minji Goo and Emily Woo, TCIS, def. Nicole Peacock and Vanessa Engram 8-4.

JapanSaturday at TokyoBoys St. Mary’s International 5, Zama American 0 Singles Kent Shikama def. Trayland Rose 6-0, 6-2; Juan Borga def. Hayden Fobel 6-1, 6-0; Lane Woody def. Ryan Walls 6-1, 6-0Doubles Jeremy Auvaro and Mackenzie Lee def. Robert Corneliussen and Lorenzo Cardenas 6-0, 6-0; Leon Koegel and Harry He def. Yudai Hirashima and Logan Perera 6-2, 6-1 Friday and Saturday at Sasebo Naval BaseBoys Perry 3, Edgren 0 Singles Gaku Lange def. Jerome Nicdao 8-3; Darren Alfafara def. Tyler Valdez 8-3Doubles Barker-Hess def. Valdez-Vigil 8-0Perry 2, King 1 Singles Sam Hess, MCP, def. Edrie Lukosus 8-3; Akiyoshi Buckson, EJK, def. Darren Alfafara 8-6Doubles Lange-Barker def. Callanta-Rasay 8-1Edgren 2, King 1 Singles Jerome Nicdao, Edgren, def. Edrie Lukosus 8-1; Akiyoshi Buckson, EJK, def. Sean Minton 8-3Doubles Vigil-Valdez def. Callanta-Rasay 9-7Girls Edgren 2, Perry 1 Singles Becky Lee, MCP, def. Ashley Williams 9-8 (7-3); Natasha Weimer, Edgren, def. Dana Alfafara 8-2Doubles Weimer-Mahoney, Edgren, def. Kehr-Lombardi 8-6King 2, Edgren 1 Singles Christiane Hidalgo, EJK, def. Ashley Williams 8-3; Anna Christie, EJK, def. Natasha Weimer 9-7Doubles Mahoney-Weimer, Edgren, def. Santos-Sabir 8-5King 2, Perry 1 Singles Christiane Hidalgo, EJK, def. Becky Lee 8-6; Anna Christie, EJK, def. Dana Alfafara 8-4Doubles Kehr-Lombardi, MCP, def. Santos-Sabir 8-6.

Volleyball Girls South KoreaTaejon Christian def. Humphreys 25-18, 25-19, 25-21 Saturday at DaejeonSpike kills — TCIS: Jisoo Lee 6. Digs — TCIS: Gentry Miller 7, Jisoo Lee 7. Setassists — TCIS: Rin Kim 20.

Daegu def. Osan American 25-13, 25-9, 25-22 Saturday at Camp GeorgeSpike kills — Daegu: Lari Robertson 12 in 22 attempts. Digs — Daegu: Rachel Wyche 10, Rheagan Wyche 7. Set assists — Daegu: Kaitlyn Nott 8, Rh.Wyche 5.

JapanASIJ def. Kinnick 25-22, 25-9, 25-12 At TokyoSpike kills — Kinnick: Kaile Johnson 6. Block points — Kinnick: Noblae Wainwright 3. Set assists - Kinnick: Kelly Osterbrink 13.

Boys South KoreaSeoul Foreign def. Seoul American 25-12, 25-23, 25-17 Friday at Yongsan GarrisonSpike kills — SFS: Eugene Bang 8, Zac Baker 8. Set assists — SFS: Alex Yoon 13.

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