Pacific high school sports questions for the weekend

-- How well will Yokota and American School In Japan boys basketball teams rebound on Friday after taking one on the chin Tuesday?
-- In this weekend’s Western Japan Athletic Association girls basketball at Kobe, will we find out that E.J. King’s shocker over Yokota and Matthew C. Perry’s rally over Marist Brothers International made them for real or were they blips on the radar?
-- It’s a non-SAT weekend. Who will step up in Saturday’s Kanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools wrestling invitational at Christian Academy Japan?
-- Who in that event is the best 135-pounder?
-- How will Kevin Jackson and Ben Pak do in their head-coaching debuts for Daegu High and Seoul American this weekend in the DODDS Korea tri-dual wrestling meet at Camp George?
-- Who has the best chance of continuing its early-season KAIAC 5CD basketball run: Seoul American’s girls or Daegu High’s boys? And how will Osan American do in its season openers?
-- Which of the smaller, quicker Kadena and Kubasaki boys basketball teams will prevail in Thursday’s openers? And will Kadena’s girls continue their domination of the Dragons?

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Ornauer on AFN


Stars and Stripes reporter Dave Ornauer talks about the Pacific sports scene on AFN Radio. (Click on right arrow to play file.)


Sept 28:Dave Ornauer is back with the latest on the Pacific sports scene.

May 22:Yokota has dominated in first year at D-II spring championsihps.

May 8: Dave Ornauer highlights a few athletes who are participating in the Kanto Plains track and field finals Saturday.