Team championship leaders

Combined, Division I

Kubasaki Dragons 28

St. Mary’s Titans 19

Nile C. Kinnick Red Devils 12

Kadena Panthers 6

American School In Japan Mustangs 4

Seoul American Falcons 3

Zama Trojans 2

Yokota Panthers 2

Division II

Robert D. Edgren Eagles 11

Yokota Panthers 6

Zama Trojans 3

Matthew C. Perry Samurai 2

Christian Academy Japan 1

Osan Cougars 1

Outstanding Wrestler Award Winners

1977, Mike Lewis, Kinnick.

1978, Masaru Yamada, Kubasaki.

1979, Dennis Higdon, Seoul American.

1980, Clint Yamaoka, Yokota.

1981, no tournament.

1982, Brian Webb, Seoul American.

1983, Ariel Morano, Kubasaki.

1984, Robert Westberg, Kubasaki.

1985, John Higa, Kubasaki.

1986, Antonio Pacheco, Kubasaki.

1987, Brian Hughes, Kubasaki.

1988, David Fish, ASIJ.

1989, Elbert Bailey, Kubasaki.

1990, Mike Greeson, Zama.

1991, Jens Larsson, St. Mary’s.

1992, Chris Gunderson, Kinnick.

1993, Tom Chavez, Kubasaki.

1994, Evan Moore, CAJ.

1995, Sam Colby, Seoul American.

1996, Kento Omori, St. Mary’s.

1997, Eduardo Ayala, St. Mary’s.

1998, Casey Vulcan, Seoul American.

1999, Ken Nagao, St. Mary’s.

2000, Randall Hull, Seoul American.

2001, Ray Lamb, Seoul American.

2002, Mundre Fleming, Kadena; and Bernam Tapang, Kubasaki.

2003, Zolboo Enkhbayar, Brent International.

2004, Zolboo Enkhbayar, Brent.

2005, David Burnett, Zama.

2006, Steve Courtney, Kubasaki.

2007, Carlos Albaladejo, Osan.

2008, Cameron Butts, Nile C. Kinnick.

2009, Scott Wood, Kubasaki.

2010, Harry Bloom, Kadena.

2011, Michael Spencer, Zama.

2012, Chad Wilder, Zama.

2013, Kalik Battle, Yokota.

2014, Kaleb Atchison, Robert D. Edgren, and Jeff Koo, St. Mary’s.

2015, Christian Fernandez, Kubasaki.

2016, Kazuho Kawashima, St. Mary’s.

2017, Hunter Lane, Daegu

2018, Hunter Lane, Daegu

2019, Rin Zoot, ASIJ.

2020, Marshall China, Perry.

2021, no tournament, coronavirus pandemic

2022, no tournament, coronavirus pandemic

2023, Jeremiah Drummer, Kadena.

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Dave Ornauer has been employed by or assigned to Stars and Stripes Pacific almost continuously since March 5, 1981. He covers interservice and high school sports at DODEA-Pacific schools and manages the Pacific Storm Tracker.

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