JAPAN TEAMS STRONG IN FAR EAST

JAPAN TEAMS STRONG IN FAR EAST

📅08 November 2012
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Tisha-Renee Aguigui spikes the ball while Academy’s Alixes Scott prepares for the block. (photo by Jesse Castro)

Guam’s hopes of getting into the final four were diminished after Academy and Sanchez fell in their quarterfinal match-ups against CAJ and Seisen, respectively. Guam teams will still compete for the fifth place, while Seisen, CAJ, ASIJ, and Kinnick prepare for the semifinals Friday afternoon.

Seisen def. Sanchez 26-24, 25-17

Sanchez def. Guam High 25-18, 18-25, 15-9

Kinnick def. Kubasaki 25-15, 25-13

CAJ def. Academy 25-18, 19-25, 17-15

ASIJ def. Seoul 25-18, 25-9

Southern High def. Seoul 25-10, 25-18

Academy def. GW 25-19, 25-20

Kubasaki def. ND 28-26, 25-17

Kubasaki’s Stephanie Dowse blocked the attack from ND’s Sheri Stanley. (photo by Jesse Castro)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Kubasaki players bow and greet their opponents with “Onegaishimasu” at the start of the game against Notre Dame. (photo by Jesse Castro)

ND’s Kristi Stone goes for the dink against the Kubasaki double block. (photo by Jesse Castro)

Academy’s Joanne Santos sets the ball up for her teammate. (photo by Jesse Castro)

Academy players gather around their coach during a time out. (photo by Jesse Castro)

Kubasaki Keila Welky spikes the ball from the back court. (photo by Jesse Castro)

ND’s Paris Blas over-hand serves the ball to Kubasaki. (photo by Jesse Castro)

GW Geana Leon Guerrero moves to prevent a dink from hitting the floor. (photo by Jesse Castro)

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