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Nile C. Kinnick's Marc Morgan moves in to take down E.J. King's Logan Lamabos in the 148-pound final bout.<br>Lily Schesser/Special to Stripes

Perry turns heads for strong finish behind perennial power Kinnick

Scoring second-place berths for the Samurai were Gio Cano (108), Brad Ponsiano (115), Bryan Williams (135), Ethan Cecil (168), Zac Forester (215) and Marshall China (heavyweight).

Football AOY

Williams did heroic work on, off field for Humphreys

They call him, “Thor,” for a number of reasons in Humphreys football country.

Boys tennis AOY

Inahara capped ASIJ career with more titles

Whether playing alongside his younger brother in a doubles match or against him in a key league or Far East singles finals tie, Noah Inahara says he plays just as hard as he would any other opponent.

Girls tennis AOY

Chang prefers a team approach to winning titles

More times than not, tennis is viewed as an “all eyes on me” individual discipline, with individual titles possibly leading to team success.

Far East tennis

Karasawa wraps up tourney that was all Mustangs

Senior rallied from behind in the third set of the final, breaking junior teammate Eriya Hara’s serve in the eighth and the 10th and last game and beating Hara 3-6, 6-1, 6-4.

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