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GuamTennisMonday’s resultsAt Ninete Tennis Center, HagatnaBoysOkkodo 24, Guam High 15SinglesAdrian Calugay, Okkodo, def. Jared Cornell 8-4Eric Redona, Okkodo, def. Aaron San Nicolas 8-3DoublesAaron Ichihara and Juonnel Valenzuela, Okkodo, by walkoverGerard Llanura and Austen San Nicolas, Guam High, def. Jeremy Denusta and Christian San Nicolas, 8-0GirlsGuam High 32, Okkodo 1SinglesAmber Gadsden def. Norma Elizaga 8-0Christina Payne def. Ashley Ardiente 8-1DoublesBrittny Trefurt and Caitlin Lawson def. Neena Cabarles and Ellaine Sarmiento 8-0Aizva McGee and Naomi DelMundo def. Laiza Tovillo and Geraldine Manansala 8-0

JapanWrestlingWednesday’s summariesNile C. Kinnick 56, Christian Academy In Japan 5At Tokyo101 pounds-Marcus Boehler, Kinnick, by walkover108-Alex Hathcock, Kinnick, by walkover115-Yuma Fuseya, CAJ, by walkover122-Marlowe Gonzales, Kinnick, pinned Jae Hoon Hong, 2:45129-Elijah Gamble, Kinnick, pinned Kang Na, :42135-Cameron Butts, Kinnick, pinned Abe Nakamura, 1:34141-Philip Bayani, Kinnick, pinned James Kumate, :39148-Dereck Youngblood, Kinnick, decisioned Morio Fukunaga, 2-0 (1-0, 4-0)158-David Ford, Kinnick, pinned David Mori, :26168-Nick Gibbons, Kinnick, by walkover180-Kenny Sampson, Kinnick, by walkover215-David de los Santos, Kinnick, by walkoverHeavyweight-Mikkariece Curry, Kinnick, decisioned Sho Hamano, 2-0 (5-0, 4-0)Yokota 29, St. Mary’s International 29At TokyoNote-Yokota won the meet via the International Federation of Associated Wrestling Styles (FILA) seventh tiebreaker, most three-point throws.101 pounds-Ed Peterson, Yokota, by walkover108-Kelly Langley, St. Mary’s, by walkover115-Chris Cournoyer, Yokota, decisioned Sho Yoshida, 2-1 (0-5, 1-0, 1-0)122-Nick Guzman, Yokota, pinned Patrick Martin, 5:10129-Joey Buccilli, St. Mary’s, decisioned Devin Day, 2-1 (0-3, 2-0, 4-3)135-Shohei Takatsuki, St. Mary’s, pinned Matt Saucedo, :31141-Alex Craney, St. Mary’s, pinned Cody Trimmell, :49148-Ty Clark, St. Mary’s, pinned Tyler Crandall, :40158-Andrew Conkling, Yokota, pinned JP Kwak, :52168-Tony Presnell, Yokota, pinned Joe Hirsch, 1:10180-Sayer Austin, Yokota, by walkover215-Taka Nomo, St. Mary’s, by walkoverHeavyweight-Not contestedGirls basketballWednesday’s summaryZama American 47, Christian Academy In Japan 38At Camp ZamaCAJ..........6 11 13 8—38Zama..........8 16 9 14—47Scoring-Zama American, Crystal Valentine 11; CAJ, Melinda Pritchard 14.

South KoreaBoys basketballWednesday’s summarySeoul Foreign 80, Seoul American 67At SeoulSAHS..........10 20 15 22—67SFS..........14 25 16 25—80Scoring-SFS, Gal Tesler 32 (10 three-point goals), Aaron Kearney 23, Clayton Baker 12; SAHS, Joe McLean 18, Johnnie Hickson 18, Eric Williams 13, Willie Brown 12. Rebounding-SFS, Ernst Dencher 10, Chris Kowalk 10, Clayton Baker 7; SAHS, Joe McLean 10, Willie Brown 9, Johnnie Hickson 7, Eric Williams 5. Assists-SFS, Gal Tesler 6, Aaron Kearney 6; SAHS, Johnnie Hickson 7.

Girls basketballWednesday’s summarySeoul American 50, Seoul Foreign 34At SeoulSAHS..........12 12 9 17—50SFS..........12 4 8 10—34Scoring-SAHS, Devanee’ Taylor 16, Liz Gleaves 14, Destinee’ Harrison 14; SFS, Natalie Stallings 12. Rebounding-SAHS, Devanee’ Taylor 16, Liz Gleaves 6; SFS, Brittney Rader 16, Megan Redmond 8. Assists-SAHS, Maria Garcia 5; SFS, Estela Rocha 5. Steals-SFS, Brittney Rader 5, Megan Redmond 5. Blocked shots-SAHS, Devanee’ Taylor 6; SFS, Brittney Rader 4. Noteworthy-Visiting Falcons clinched 17th straight Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference regular-season title.


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