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Pacific Scoreboard: Sept. 28, 2019

Kadena's Will Ray and Kubasaki's Arthur Parra make their way up a slope during Saturday's Okinawa cross country meet. Ray and Parra finished 1-2.

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By ASSOCIATED PRESS Published: September 28, 2019

High school

Cross country

Okinawa

Saturday at Camp Foster
(3.12-mile course)
Boys
Kadena 29, Kubasaki 39, Okinawa Christian 62, Zion Christian 114

1, Will Ray, Kadena, 16 minutes, 32.94 seconds; 2, Arthur Parra, Kubasaki, 16:49.67; 3, Rockwell Tobler, Kadena, 17:24.97; 4, Sawyer Suzuki, OCSI, 17:34.84; 5, Beau Black, Kadena, 17:59.88; 6, Ray Kinjo, OCSI, 18:05.15; 7, Daniel Lucas, Kubasaki, 18:13.89; 8, Nathaniel Elliott, Kadena, 18:22.92; 9, Jaeson Espina, Kubasaki, 18:36.64; 10, Mason Taylor, Kubasaki, 18:54.28.
Girls
Kadena 19, Kubasaki 41, Okinawa Christian Zion Christian incomplete

1, Sara Corrado, Kadena, 22 minutes, 8.27 seconds; 2, Audrey Kerr, Kubasaki, 22:15.45; 3, Isamar Vargas, Kadena, 22:25.19; 4, Elizabeth Desiderio, Kadena, 22:55.07; 5, Keely Albrecht, Kadena, 23:29.50; 6, Kennady White, Kadena, 23:48.01; 7, Grace Carey, Kadena, 24:05.75; 8, Nicole Colling, Kubasaki, 25:01.26; 9, Cecelia Warren, Kubasaki, 25:37.82; 10, Meia Mitchell, Kubasaki, 25:43.18.

Japan

Saturday at Tama Hills Recreation Center,
Tokyo
(2.9-mile boys, 3.1-mile girls courses)
Boys
Christian Academy Japan 15, K International 50
CAJ 28, St. Mary’s 28
Nile C. Kinnick 18, Yokota 43
St. Mary’s 15, K International 50
St. Maur 26, Yokota 29
St. Maur 19, Zama 40
Yokota 23, Yokohama 33
Yokohama 22, Zama 33

American School In Japan 15, St. Mary’s 46
ASIJ 15, Yokota 48
1, Take Zoot, ASIJ, 15 minutes, 7.5 seconds; 2, Shaamer Kumar, ASIJ, 15:33.2; 3, Leo Watson, ASIJ, 15:37.8; 4, Kai Schinaman, ASIJ, 15:45.3; 5, Mathis Badri, ASIJ, 15:50.9; 6, Manzi Siibo, Kinnick, 15:56.5; 7, William Hannah, YIS, 16:06.4; 8, Andrew Loach, Concordia International School of Shanghai, 16:15.9; 9, Matthew Ringling, Kinnick, 16:23.2; 10, Matthew Inamine, St. Mary’s, 16:28.5.
Other DODEA finishers
25, Gerald Hemry, Matthew C. Perry, 17:36.1; 73, Michael Spiering, E.J. King, 20:46.8.
Girls
ASIJ 18, Sacred Heart 45
Seisen 15, CAJ incomplete
Sacred Heart 15, St. Maur 50
Zama 21, Sacred Heart 34
Seisen 15, Kinnick incomplete
Yokota 15, Kinnick incomplete
Seisen 15, K International incomplete
Yokota 15, St. Maur 50
Zama 15, St. Maur 45
Yokota 18, Yokohama 45
Zama 20, Yokohama 38
ASIJ 19, Seisen 38
ASIJ 21, Yokota 35

1, Marina Ten Have, ASIJ, 19 minutes, 8.5 seconds; 2, Aiko Galvin, Yokota, 19:31.5; 3, Stephanie Eristoff, ASIJ, 19:39.7; 4, Alisa Belitz, ISSH, 19:41.4; 5, Katya Alexandra Fisher, ASIJ, 19:41.8; 6, Reagan Cheramie, Yokota, 19:49.9; 7, Nana Richter, Seisen, 20:07.2; 8, Jainey Alfini, Kinnick, 20:11.5; 9, Waka Fujiwara, YIS, 20:20.1; 10, Aubrey Giles, Zama, 20:24.6.
 

Tennis

South Korea

Saturday at Camp George
Boys
Daegu 2, Osan 1
Singles

James Rivet, Osan, def. Joseph Moreno 8-0; Ethan Sessions, Daegu, def. Kenneth Santos 8-1.
Doubles
Daniel Son and Rim Gong, Daegu, by walkover.
Girls
Daegu 3, Osan 1
Singles

Laila Donawa, Daegu, def Kelly Kenyon 8-1; Mikayla Guillory, Osan, def. Emma Sims 8-1; Jaela Sagahun, Daegu, def. Yoonju Choe 8-3.
Doubles
Ella Sims and Seunglee Davis, Daegu, def. Abigail Robertson and Felicia Lowery 8-2.

Okinawa

Friday at Kadena Air Base
Boys
Singles

Kai Grubbs, Kubasaki, def. R.J. Smola 6-2; Kai Croghan, Kubasaki, def. Nathan Asato 6-3; Justin Saavedra, Kadena, def. Aden Leggio 6-3; Brett Davis, Kadena, def. Henry Luskc 6-3; Matt Steele, Kadena, def. Colin Lundberg 6-4.
Doubles
R.J. Smola and Brett Davis, Kadena, def. Grubbs and Aden 6-2; Luksc and Lundberg def. Steele and Saavedra 6-3; Croghan and Cael Perry, Kubasaki, def. Asato and Kyle Jordan 6-2; T.K. Miyazaki and Elijah Petry, Kadena, def. Spencer and Sebastian Abanes 6-1.
Girls
Singles

Lisa Dombrowski, Kadena, def. Arisa Manuel 6-0; Ally Johnson, Kadena, def. Chante Broomes 6-4; Willow Lewis, Kubasaki, def. Noelle Asato 6-3; Nancy Gutzwiller, Kubasaki, def. Mayann Rivera 6-0; Natalie Oboza, Kubasaki, def. Mai Woodcock 6-4.
Doubles
Dombrowski and Johnson, def. Broomes and Natalie Mulherin 6-2; Asato and Rivera def. Lewis and Gutzwiller 7-6 (7-5); Woodcock and Christine Ryan, Kadena, def. Manuel and Oboza 6-2.
Mixed doubles
Jordan and Ryan def. Perry and Liyou Sorenson 6-2.

Japan

Saturday at Sasebo Naval Base
Boys
E.J. King 3, Perry 3
Singles

Takumi Kodama, EJK, def. Yugo Cooley 6-0; Kaito Bergman, EJK, def. Jaythan Baythawng 6-0; Payton Strain, MCP, def. Brandon Powell 6-0; William Dearinge, MCP, def. Zion Barnhill 6-0.
Doubles
Kodama-Bergman def. Cooley-Baythawng 8-1; Dearinge-Strain def. Powell-Barnhill 8-0.
Girls
King 7, Perry 0
Singles

Isabella Caronan def. Olivia Archambault 6-0, Halle Santiago def. Ageha Speck 6-0, Jae Garland def. McKenzie Game 6-0, Ayana Lonesky def. Elena Swindell 6-4, Lily Phanthanong def. Aallya Ligasan 6-2.
Doubles
Caronan and Santiago def. Archambault and Game 8-4, Garland and Lonesky def. Speck and Ligasan 8-2.


Volleyball

Girls

South Korea

Yongsan def. Taejon Christian 22-25, 25-10, 25-14, 25-22
Saturday at Daejeon
Kills — Guardians: Megan Paek 26. Aces — Guardians: Eliana Kim 5. Assists — Guardians: Ashley Cho 31. Digs — Guardians: Kim 25.

Seoul Foreign def. Humphreys 24-26, 25-12, 25-17, 25-23
Friday at Camp Humphreys
Kills — Blackhawks: Natalie Goode 5. Digs — Blackhawks: Mindy Pond 15, Zoe Weidley 10, Jalynn Knight 8, Alaina Areniego 6.

Yongsan def. Daegu 25-9, 25-10, 13-25, 25-14
Friday at Seoul
Kills — Guardians: Megan Paek 9. Aces — Guardians: Ashley Cho 9. Assists — Guardians: Cho 21. Digs — Guardians: Eliana Kim 12.
 

Japan

Perry def. King 25-21, 25-23, 11-25, 25-13
Saturday at Sasebo Naval Base
Kills — Samurai: Kate Munsell 7, Sam Palanca 6. Aces — Samurai: Munsell 10, Palanca 5; Cobras: Hana O’Mara 8, Mijun Heard 5. Assists — Samurai: Palanca 11. Digs — Samurai: Grace Linville 18, Anna Garcia 10.

Seisen def. ASIJ 25-18, 25-22, 25-17
Saturday at Tokyo
Kills — Phoenix: Sarah Atanacio 13, Lisa Purcell 11, Lina Saechout 5; Mustangs: Leila Suzuki 6. Assists — Phoenix: Grace Starr 28. Digs — Phoenix: Momoka Umemiya 18, Starr 17, Atanacio 15; Mustangs: Cora Eaton 21, Suzuki 8, Pari Eaton 5.

Boys

South Korea

Yongsan def. Taejon Christian 25-23, 25-15, 25-10
Saturday at Daejeon

Humphreys' Zoe Weidley hits the ball over the net past Seoul Foreign's Angie Slater during Friday's Korea girls volleyball match, won by the Crusaders in four sets.
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