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Kadena senior Wren Renquist reaches the finish line in Wednesday's race. She's unbeaten in three Okinawa cross country races this season.

Kadena senior Wren Renquist reaches the finish line in Wednesday's race. She's unbeaten in three Okinawa cross country races this season. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Cross country JapanThursday at Tama Hills Recreation Center, Tokyo, (2.9-mile boys course, 2.1-mile girls course)Boys American School In Japan 26, St. Mary’s 29 Christian Academy Japan 19, Zama 44 Yokota 20, Zama 43 1, Ryan Nishida, ASIJ, 14 minutes, 58.5 seconds; 2, Jordan Van Druff, CAJ, 15:27.5; 3, Thomas Richter, St. Mary’s, 15:34.5; 4, Hunter Lund, Zama, 15:45.5; 5, Leon Pokrovsky, St. Mary’s, 15:51.2; 6, Britt Sease, ASIJ, 15:55.7; 7, Leonardo A’De Lima, St. Mary’s, 15:55.8; 8, Hayato Taguchi, CAJ, 16:11.9; 9, Luke Rogan, ASIJ, 16:12.9; 10, Mark Nishida, ASIJ, 16:13.3.Other DODEA-Japan top finisher by school: 16, Mickey Galvin, Yokota, 16:43.1.Girls ASIJ 23, Seisen 36 CAJ 20, Zama 37 Sacred Heart 17, Yokota 46 Yokota 16, Zama 40 1, Lisa Watanuki, ASIJ, 12 minutes, 48.3 seconds; 2, Alisha Sharma, Seisen, 13:22.8; 3, Joyce Skeete, ISSH, 13:22.8; 4, Annabelle Hill, ISSH, 14:01.3; 5, Nana Richter, Seisen, 14:07.5; 6, Hannah Mallard, ASIJ, 14:07.7; 7, Emma Wingfield-Hayes, ASIJ, 14:20.1; 8, Stephanie Eristoff, ASIJ, 14:20.1; 9, Leah Fahy, 14:25.7; 10, Kaitlin Rossman, Seisen, 14:32.8.Other DODEA-Japan top finishers by school: 12, Ai Robbins, Yokota, 14:35.5; 42, Faith Bryant, Zama, 16:36.1.Noteworthy — Watanuki’s run places her second all-time in Kanto Plain history at Tama, behind the 12:22.7 run by Brittani Shappell of Seisen International in 2013. Watanuki is the fourth girls runner in history to run a sub-13-minute time at Tama.

OkinawaWednesday at Kadena Air Base (3.1-mile Jack’s Place course)Boys Kadena 20, Okinawa Christian 64, Kubasaki 82, Zion Christian 139 1, Tony Wachira, OCSI, 17 minutes, 52 seconds; 2, Guy Renquist, Kadena, 17:55; 3, Aziel Rubero, Kadena, 18:23; 4, Trevor Williams, Kadena, 18:45; 5, Marcus Tineo, Kadena, 18:45; 6, Hayden Bills, Kadena, 18:52; 7, Seth Garcia, Kadena, 18:55; 8, Luke Walker, Kubasaki, 18:59; 9, Donald Ouellette, OCSI, 19:04; 10, Noah Daub, Kadena, 19:07.Girls Kadena 17, Kubasaki 66, Zion Christian 96, Okinawa Christian incomplete 1, Wren Renquist, Kadena, 21 minutes, 17 seconds; 2, Adrianna Gomez, Kadena, 22:01; 3, Mayumi Webb, Kadena, 22:07; 4, Elizabeth Joy, Kubasaki, 22;23; 5, Sierra Fitzgerald, Kadena, 22:54; 6, Amber Trujillo, Kadena, 23:27; 7, Anneliese Amrhein, Kadena, 23:37; 8, Phoebe Bills, Kadena, 23;45; 9, Amber Torres, ZCAI, 23:47; 10, Rachael Stapleton, Kubasaki, 23:55.

Volleyball Girls South KoreaSeoul Foreign def. Yongsan 25-17, 25-23, 18-25, 25-18 Wednesday at SeoulKills — Crusaders: Molly Larsen 10, Mischa Kim 10. Assists — Guardians: Ashley Cho 12. Digs — Crusaders: Lalla Migliardi 6. Guardians: Christina Lee 8. Block points — Guardians: Ann Kim 4.

Boys South KoreaHumphreys def. Taejon Christian 19-25, 26-24, 27-29, 25-23, 15-13 Wednesday at Camp Humphreys.Kills — Blackhawks: Garrett Taylor 8.


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