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215-pounder Fred Suniga of Kubasaki gets the upper hand on Eric Dela Rosa of Guam's Father Duenas Memorial during Friday's dual-meet portion of the 5th Rumble on the Rock Wrestling Tournament at Camp Foster, Okinawa. Suniga pinned Dela Rosa in 37 seconds and the Dragons won the dual meet 48-13.

215-pounder Fred Suniga of Kubasaki gets the upper hand on Eric Dela Rosa of Guam's Father Duenas Memorial during Friday's dual-meet portion of the 5th Rumble on the Rock Wrestling Tournament at Camp Foster, Okinawa. Suniga pinned Dela Rosa in 37 seconds and the Dragons won the dual meet 48-13. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

215-pounder Fred Suniga of Kubasaki gets the upper hand on Eric Dela Rosa of Guam's Father Duenas Memorial during Friday's dual-meet portion of the 5th Rumble on the Rock Wrestling Tournament at Camp Foster, Okinawa. Suniga pinned Dela Rosa in 37 seconds and the Dragons won the dual meet 48-13.

215-pounder Fred Suniga of Kubasaki gets the upper hand on Eric Dela Rosa of Guam's Father Duenas Memorial during Friday's dual-meet portion of the 5th Rumble on the Rock Wrestling Tournament at Camp Foster, Okinawa. Suniga pinned Dela Rosa in 37 seconds and the Dragons won the dual meet 48-13. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

141-pounder Zach Standridge, bottom, of Kubasaki uses a leg-lace hold to get a two-point tilt on Alejo Santos of Guam's Father Duenas Memorial during Friday's dual-meet portion of the 5th Rumble on the Rock Wrestling Tournament at Camp Foster, Okinawa. Standridge won by superior decision 2-0 (6-0, 8-0) and the Dragons won the dual meet 48-13.

141-pounder Zach Standridge, bottom, of Kubasaki uses a leg-lace hold to get a two-point tilt on Alejo Santos of Guam's Father Duenas Memorial during Friday's dual-meet portion of the 5th Rumble on the Rock Wrestling Tournament at Camp Foster, Okinawa. Standridge won by superior decision 2-0 (6-0, 8-0) and the Dragons won the dual meet 48-13. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

122-pounder Tristan Wells of Kubasaki tries to lock in a head-in-arm hold on Pavin Blas of Guam's Father Duenas Memorial during Friday's dual-meet portion of the 5th Rumble on the Rock Wrestling Tournament at Camp Foster, Okinawa. Wells pinned Blas in 23 seconds and the Dragons won the dual meet 48-13.

122-pounder Tristan Wells of Kubasaki tries to lock in a head-in-arm hold on Pavin Blas of Guam's Father Duenas Memorial during Friday's dual-meet portion of the 5th Rumble on the Rock Wrestling Tournament at Camp Foster, Okinawa. Wells pinned Blas in 23 seconds and the Dragons won the dual meet 48-13. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

115-pounder Keanu Mura of Kubasaki appears to be taking out a chunk of the right forearm of Gage Quitugua of Guam's Father Duenas Memorial during Friday's dual-meet portion of the 5th Rumble on the Rock Wrestling Tournament at Camp Foster, Okinawa. Quitugua decisioned Mura 2-0 (2-1, 4-3) but the Dragons won the dual meet 48-13.

115-pounder Keanu Mura of Kubasaki appears to be taking out a chunk of the right forearm of Gage Quitugua of Guam's Father Duenas Memorial during Friday's dual-meet portion of the 5th Rumble on the Rock Wrestling Tournament at Camp Foster, Okinawa. Quitugua decisioned Mura 2-0 (2-1, 4-3) but the Dragons won the dual meet 48-13. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

108-pounder Steven Walter of Kubasaki gets the upper hand on Shane Garcia of Guam's Father Duenas Memorial during Friday's dual-meet portion of the 5th Rumble on the Rock Wrestling Tournament at Camp Foster, Okinawa. Walter decisioned Garcia 2-0 (4-1, 6-0) and the Dragons won the dual meet 48-13.

108-pounder Steven Walter of Kubasaki gets the upper hand on Shane Garcia of Guam's Father Duenas Memorial during Friday's dual-meet portion of the 5th Rumble on the Rock Wrestling Tournament at Camp Foster, Okinawa. Walter decisioned Garcia 2-0 (4-1, 6-0) and the Dragons won the dual meet 48-13. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

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Wrestling5th Rumble on the Rock Wrestling TournamentFriday at Kubasaki High School, OkinawaDual-meet tournamentKubasaki 48, Father Duenas Memorial 13101 pounds — Josh Gabri, Kubasaki, by walkover; 108 — Steven Walter, Kubasaki, dec. Shane Garcia, 2-0 (4-1, 6-0); 115 — Gage Quitugua, FDMS, dec. Keanu Mura, 2-0 (2-1, 4-3); 122 — Tristan Wells, Kubasaki, pin. Pavin Blas, :23; 129 — Sean Mathis, Kubasaki, by walkover; 135 — Austin Cyr, Kubasaki, pin. Edward Calvo, 3:32; 141 — Zach Standridge, Kubasaki, superior dec. Alejo Santos, 2-0 (6-0, 8-0); 148 — Aundray Salter, Kubasaki, pin. Ryota Takahara, time unavailable; 158 — Tim Mayfield, Kubasaki, by walkover; 168 — Samuel Evans, Kubasaki, by walkover; 180 — Mike Guerrero, FDMS, pin. Charles Martin, 1:10; 215 — Fred Suniga, Kubasaki, pin. Eric Dela Rosa, :37; Heavyweight — Leonard Ofeciar, FDMS, pin. Josiah Allen, 2:41Kadena 48, Father Duenas Memorial 14101 pounds — Justin Duenas, Kadena, by walkover; 108 — Ryan Marshall, Kadena, dec. Shane Garcia, 2-0 (1-0, 2-1); 115 — Cole Milburn, Kadena, pin. Gage Quitugua, 1:11; 122 — Thomas Cioppa, Kadena, pin. Pavin Blas, 1:53; 129 — Brian Olszewski, Kadena, by walkover; 135 — Edward Calvo, FDMS, dec. Peter Unpingco, 2-0 (3-0, 3-0); 141 — Alejo Santos, FDMS, pin. Chris McQuillan, 5:32; 148 — Elijah Takushi, Kadena, pin. Ryota Takahara, 3:32; 158 — Dominic Shea, Kadena, by walkover; 168 — James Alexander, Kadena, by walkover; 180 — Tyler Putt, Kadena, pin. Mike Guerrero, 1:03; 215 — Eric Dela Rosa, FDMS, by walkover; Heavyweight — Gabe Ahner, Kadena, pin. Leonard Ofeciar, 1:35

Kadena 32, Kubasaki 27101 pounds — Justin Duenas, Kadena, superior dec. Josh Gabri, 2-0 (6-0, 6-0); 108 — Steven Walter, Kubasaki, pin. Ryan Marshall, 1:51; 115 — Cole Milburn, Kadena, dec. Keanu Mura, 2-0 (4-2, 3-0); 122 — Thomas Cioppa, Kadena, dec. Tristan Wells, 2-0 (5-1, 4-0); 129 — Sean Mathis, Kubasaki, dec. Brian Olszewski, 2-0 (1-1 last point, 3-1); 135 — Austin Cyr, Kubasaki, pin. Peter Unpingco, 3:27; 141 — Zachary Standridge, Kubasaki, pin. Chris McQuillan, 1:59; 148 — Elijah Takushi, Kadena, dec. Aundray Salter, 2-1 (1-5, 7-4, 7-0); 158 — Dominic Shea, Kadena, dec. Tim Mayfield, 2-0 (6-0, 4-1); 168 — James Alexander, Kadena, pin. Samuel Evans, 2:58; 180 — Tyler Putt, Kadena, pin. Charles Martin, 1:26; 215 — Zach Borley, Kubasaki, by walkover; Heavyweight — Gabe Ahner, Kadena, pin. Fred Suniga, 2:36

JapanYokota 30, Nile C. Kinnick 30Friday at Yokota Air Base101 pounds — Shintaro Clanton, Yokota, dec. Ed Sheridan, 2-0 (7-0, 3-2); 108 — Brady Yoder, Kinnick, dec. Zach Esteron, 2-0 (3-1, 9-1); 115 — Quincy McCants, Kinnick, pin. Jordan Hoffart, 1:21; 122 — Chantz Yazzie, Yokota, pin. Brandon Yoder, 3:29; 129 — Marvin Newbins, Kinnick, pin. Bryce Yazzie, 1:15; 135 — Trenton Traylor, Yokota, pin. Zach Yoder, 1:21; 141 — Ed Peterson, Yokota, dec. Kevin Grogg, 2-1 (1-2, 2-0, 9-1); 148 — Zach Lacaria, Kinnick, pin. Seth Wall, 1:17; 158 — Alex Banks, Kinnick, pin. Hiro Takahashi, 3:42; 168 — Stanley Speed, Yokota, pinnd Charles Gann, 1:25; 180 — Aaron Stravers, Kinnick, pin. Keenan Harvis, :35; 215 — Jake Jackson, Yokota, dec. Ian O’Brien, 2-0 (1-0, 3-0); Heavyweight — Jesse Hogan, Yokota, by walkoverNoteworthy — According to Article 36 of the FILA rulebook, Yokota wins the dual meet based on the first tiebreaker criteria, most individual victories in the dual meet.

Nile C. Kinnick 50, Zama American 10101 pounds — Ed Sheridan, Kinnick, by walkover; 108 — Brady Yoder, Kinnick, by walkover; 115 — Quincy McCants, Kinnick, pin. Eric Otero, 1:26; 122 — Brandon Yoder, Kinnick, pin. Josh Elliot, 4:41; 129 — Marvin Newbins, Kinnick, pin. Jacob Scott, 3:27; 135 — Ian Olson, Kinnick, by walkover; 141 — Chad Wilder, Zama, pin. Zach Yoder, 1:32; 148 — Zach Lacaria, Kinnick, pin. Harold Feliciano, 1:28; 158 — Alex Banks, Kinnick, pin. Josh Mumphord, 2:38; 168 — Charles Gann, Kinnick, by walkover; 180 — Mitchell Harrison, Zama, pin. Aaron Stravers, 2:57; 215 — Daniel Costello, Kinnick, pin. Josh Collier, 1:22; Heavyweight — Not contested

Yokota 39, Zama American 24101 pounds — Shintaro Clanton, Yokota, by walkover; 108 — Zach Esteron, Yokota, by walkover; 115 — Eric Otero, Zama, by walkover; 122 — Chantz Yazzie, Yokota, pin. Josh Elliot, 1:25; 129 — Jacob Scott, Zama, pin. Johnny Cope, 1:46; 135 — Trenton Traylor, Yokota, by walkover; 141 — Chad Wilder, Zama, dec. Ed Peterson, 2-0 (7-0, 3-1); 148 — Seth Wall, Yokota, dec. Harold Feliciano, 2-0 (8-2, 2-1); 158 — Josh Mumphord, Zama, pin. Hiro Takahashi, 2:36; 168 — Stanley Speed, Yokota, by walkover; 180 — Mitchell Harrison, Zama, pin. Keenan Harvis, 1:06; 215 — Jake Jackson, Yokota, pin. Josh Collier, :49; Heavyweight — Jesse Hogan, Yokota, by walkover

BasketballBoysOkinawaKubasaki 86, Kadena 70Friday at Kadena Air BaseKubasaki ....... 15 25 21 25—86Kadena ....... 8 16 17 29—70Scoring — Kubasaki, C.J. Crenshaw 38, Brandon Crawford 16, B.J. Simmons 10. Kadena, Andre Chilton 20, Isaiah Jones 15, Josh Dyer 15. Noteworthy — Dragons seized 2-1 season series lead from Panthers.

South KoreaSeoul American 54, Korea International 24Friday at PangyoSAHS ....... 11 8 17 18—54KIS ....... 2 8 7 7—24Scoring — SAHS, Alex Torres 17, Tomiwa Akinbayo 13. Rebounding — SAHS, Akinbayo 9, Sidney Mala’ulu 8, Michael Rivera 7. Assists — SAHS, Julian Shak 9.

International Christian-Uijongbu 66, Indianhead International 28Friday at UijeongbuIIS ....... 9 7 5 7—28ICS-U ....... 18 15 18 15—66Scoring — ICS-U, Jeff Chae 16, Levi Miller 14, Hahn Lee 10. IIS, Hikaru Watanabe 11. Rebounding — ICS-U, Lee 11, Chris Sumler 10.

JapanYokota 51, Matthew C. Perry 24Friday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniYokota ....... 16 17 10 8—51MCP ....... 6 2 14 2—24Scoring — Yokota, Warren Manegan 15, A.J. Eldridge 10. MCP, Jon Cadavos 12. Rebounding — Yokota, Eldridge 12. Steals — Yokota, Morgan Breazell 7.

Nile C. Kinnick 64, E.J. King 16Friday at Sasebo Naval BaseKinnick ....... 19 24 14 7—64EJK ....... 6 3 5 2—16Scoring — Kinnick, DeAnthony Evans 14, Ronald Bolton 11, Rafael Angeles 10.

GirlsOkinawaKadena 55, Kubasaki 45, OTFriday at Kadena Air BaseKubasaki ....... 6 6 9 21 3—45Kadena ....... 8 12 16 6 13-55Scoring — Kadena, Jasmine Rhodes 10. Kubasaki, Sydney Johnson 22. Noteworthy — Johnson’s shot attempt to win the game in regulation rimmed out at the buzzer. Panthers won season series 3-0.

South KoreaSeoul American 54, Korea International 8Friday at PangyoSAHS ....... 26 19 5 4—54KIS ....... 0 2 0 6—8Scoring — SAHS, Jasmine Thomas 15, Mecca Perkins 14. Rebounding — SAHS, Ayanna Williams 6. Blocked shots — SAHS, Perkins 6, Angelique Nash 5.

JapanYokota 60, Matthew C. Perry 53Friday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniYokota ....... 14 22 13 11—60MCP ....... 15 3 13 22—53Scoring — Yokota, Erika Ettl 24, Cora Argallon 17. MCP, Rebekah Harwell 23, Courtney Beall 18. Rebounding — MCP, Beall 29.

Nile C. Kinnick 56, E.J. King 39Friday at Sasebo Naval BaseKinnick ....... 6 15 12 23—56EJK ....... 10 15 3 11—39Scoring — Kinnick, De’Asia Brown 30. EJK, Tara Long 13. Rebounding — Kinnick, Emily Stith 11. EJK, Long 8.

Seisen International 41, International School of the Sacred Heart 12Friday at TokyoSeisen ....... 18 10 7 6—41ISSH ....... 6 2 2 2—12Scoring — Seisen, Tina Varkevisser 12. Rebounding — Seisen, Michelle Evans 8, Varkevisser 8.

TennisGuamThursday at Ninete Tennis Center, HagatnaBoysGuam High 32, Simon Sanchez 3SinglesBrandon Lumaban def. Jomar Sorio 8-2; Austen San Nicolas def. Jon Talevera 8-1DoublesPatrick Loynd and Joshua Samonte by walkover; Lawrence Payne and Zachary Wilson by walkoverGirlsGuam High 32, Simon Sanchez 7SinglesChloe Gadsden def. Tessa Rice 8-0; Caroline Loynd def. Min Irish 8-3DoublesSamantha Wilson and Keitlin Brooks def. Alyssa Amuan and Anne Rodriguez 8-2; Keri Brooks and Rachel Gonzales def. Paula Morena and Lynnette Yutuc 8-2

SoftballGuamGuam High 21, Simon Sanchez 6Thursday at YigoGHS 32(12) 4—21SSHS 204 0—6Batting — GHS, Duenas (2 RBI); Tyer 2-for-3; Hoyos 3-for-3 (2 2B).


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