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Mitchell Harrison of Zama American sends Jeff Ogutu of St. Mary's International airborne during Wednesday's 180-pound bout in the Kanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools season-opening dual meet for both teams at Zama American High School, Japan. Harrison pinned Ogutu in 1 minute, 55 seconds, but St. Mary's won the dual meet 45-17.
Mitchell Harrison of Zama American sends Jeff Ogutu of St. Mary's International airborne during Wednesday's 180-pound bout in the Kanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools season-opening dual meet for both teams at Zama American High School, Japan. Harrison pinned Ogutu in 1 minute, 55 seconds, but St. Mary's won the dual meet 45-17. (Hannah May Greer Hicks/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Mitchell Harrison of Zama American sends Jeff Ogutu of St. Mary's International airborne during Wednesday's 180-pound bout in the Kanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools season-opening dual meet for both teams at Zama American High School, Japan. Harrison pinned Ogutu in 1 minute, 55 seconds, but St. Mary's won the dual meet 45-17.
Mitchell Harrison of Zama American sends Jeff Ogutu of St. Mary's International airborne during Wednesday's 180-pound bout in the Kanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools season-opening dual meet for both teams at Zama American High School, Japan. Harrison pinned Ogutu in 1 minute, 55 seconds, but St. Mary's won the dual meet 45-17. (Hannah May Greer Hicks/Special to Stars and Stripes)
JP Kwak of St. Mary's International gets the upper hand on Chad Wilder of Zama American during Wednesday's 141-pound bout in the Kanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools season-opening dual meet for both teams at Zama American High School, Japan. Kwak won by decision 2-0 (6-5, 5-3) and St. Mary's won the dual meet 45-17.
JP Kwak of St. Mary's International gets the upper hand on Chad Wilder of Zama American during Wednesday's 141-pound bout in the Kanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools season-opening dual meet for both teams at Zama American High School, Japan. Kwak won by decision 2-0 (6-5, 5-3) and St. Mary's won the dual meet 45-17. (Sheina Staley/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Seoul American Falcons forward Bryant McCray goes to the hoop against Osan American Cougars during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Boys Division I basketball game at Seoul American High School, South Korea. The Falcons beat the Cougars 73-44.
Seoul American Falcons forward Bryant McCray goes to the hoop against Osan American Cougars during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Boys Division I basketball game at Seoul American High School, South Korea. The Falcons beat the Cougars 73-44. (Luke Travis/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Ryan Burnette goes up for a shot against Kadena Panthers defenders Preston Harris, left, and Leslie Williams during Wednesday's Okinawa Activities Council boys basketball season-opening game at Kadena High School, Okinawa.
Kubasaki's Ryan Burnette goes up for a shot against Kadena Panthers defenders Preston Harris, left, and Leslie Williams during Wednesday's Okinawa Activities Council boys basketball season-opening game at Kadena High School, Okinawa. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Maria Vaughan of the Kadena Panthers is fouled going to the basket by Sydney Johnson of the Kubasaki Dragons during Wednesday's Okinawa Activities Council girls basketball season-opening game at Kadena High School, Okinawa.
Maria Vaughan of the Kadena Panthers is fouled going to the basket by Sydney Johnson of the Kubasaki Dragons during Wednesday's Okinawa Activities Council girls basketball season-opening game at Kadena High School, Okinawa. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Alicia Vaughan of the Kadena Panthers shoots past Jordan Heritage of the Kubasaki Dragons during Wednesday's Okinawa Activities Council girls basketball season-opening game at Kadena High School, Okinawa. Kadena led from start to finish, keeping Kubasaki off the scoreboard for the first 10:45 en route to a 48-27 victory.
Alicia Vaughan of the Kadena Panthers shoots past Jordan Heritage of the Kubasaki Dragons during Wednesday's Okinawa Activities Council girls basketball season-opening game at Kadena High School, Okinawa. Kadena led from start to finish, keeping Kubasaki off the scoreboard for the first 10:45 en route to a 48-27 victory. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Mitchell Harrison of Zama American gets the upper hand on Jeff Ogutu of St. Mary's International during Wednesday's 180-pound bout in the Kanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools season-opening dual meet for both teams at Zama American High School, Japan. Harrison pinned Ogutu in 1 minute, 55 seconds, but St. Mary's won the dual meet 45-17 in a battle of defending Far East Tournament team champions. St. Mary's won the Division I team title and Zama the D-II crown last February.
Mitchell Harrison of Zama American gets the upper hand on Jeff Ogutu of St. Mary's International during Wednesday's 180-pound bout in the Kanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools season-opening dual meet for both teams at Zama American High School, Japan. Harrison pinned Ogutu in 1 minute, 55 seconds, but St. Mary's won the dual meet 45-17 in a battle of defending Far East Tournament team champions. St. Mary's won the Division I team title and Zama the D-II crown last February. (Hannah May Greer Hicks/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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BasketballBoysOkinawaKadena 80, Kubasaki 73Wednesday at Kadena Air BaseKubasaki ....... 18 25 13 17—73Kadena ....... 11 17 28 24—80Scoring — Kadena, Jalen Amos 20, Preston Harris 16, Savon Woodie 14. Kubasaki, C.J. Crenshaw 30, B.J. Simmons 14, Xavier Price 12. Rebounding — Kadena, Harris 6, Jalen Amos 5. Kubasaki, Price 7, Ryan Burnette 6, Crenshaw 6. Noteworthy — Panthers (2-0) erased a 17-point second-quarter deficit, going ahead to stay on Savon Woodie’s rebound layup 66-64 with 4:10 left. Dragons (3-2) scored the game’s first nine points. It was a battle of the most decorated programs in Far East Division I Tournament history and the last two D-I Tournament champions; Kubasaki won its 10th title last February and Kadena its ninth in 2010

South KoreaSeoul American 73, Osan American 44Wednesday at Yongsan GarrisonSAHS ....... 23 14 21 15—73Osan ....... 13 11 11 9—44Scoring — SAHS, Tomiwa Akinbayo 28, Bryant McCray 10. Rebounding — SAHS, Akinbayo 11. Assists — SAHS, Daniel Meyer 6, Bryant McCray 5. Noteworthy — For fourth straight game, all Falcons played and all Falcons scored

Yongsan International-Seoul 50, Seoul Foreign 34Wednesday at SeoulYIS-S ....... 12 15 13 10—50SFS ....... 16 5 6 7—34Scoring — YIS-S, Jonathan Bai 20, Raymond Lee 11, Sam Kang 10. Rebounding — YIS-S, Bai 16, Kang 14, Lee 5

Taejon Christian International 63, Korea International 37Tuesday at PangyoQuarter splits not available. Scoring — TCIS, John Hahm 14, Tim Kwon 11, Ben Moimoi 10, Steve Lee 10

JapanAmerican School In Japan 60, Christian Academy Japan 58Tuesday at TokyoCAJ ....... 18 13 19 8—58ASIJ ....... 19 13 14 14—60Scoring — ASIJ, Sam Hopkins 17, Sam Olson 11. CAJ, Eliot Reasoner 20. Rebounding — ASIJ, Hayden Jardine 14. Noteworthy — Late ASIJ steal led to a basket by Olson, followed by a Ken Yajima foul shot for the final margin

GirlsOkinawaKadena 48, Kubasaki 27Wednesday at Kadena Air BaseKubasaki ....... 0 8 12 7—27Kadena ....... 17 20 10 1—48Scoring — Kadena, Eisiah Lawson 12. Kubasaki, Naomi Yocum 9

South KoreaSeoul American 42, Osan American 27Wednesday at Osan Air BaseSAHS ....... 7 12 15 8—42Osan ....... 7 4 7 9—27Scoring — SAHS, Mecca Perkins 19, Michelle Higgins 10. Osan, Bobbyjean Hilliard 10

Yongsan International-Seoul 52, Seoul Foreign 51, OTWednesday at SeoulYIS-S ....... 10 12 11 13 6—52SFS ....... 13 6 15 12 5—51Scoring — YIS-S, Sarah Kim 18, Jessi Son 16. SFS, Claire Park 12. Rebounding — SFS, Bailey Baker 7, Michelle Richardson 7, Kristine Park 6, C.Park 5. Noteworthy — Rebecca Luke’s three-point goal for the Crusaders sent the game into overtime, when Kim weaved through traffic and hit a baseline eight-footer as time expired for the Guardians

WrestlingJapanSt. Mary’s International 45, Zama American 17Wednesday at Camp Zama101 pounds — Ray Okuno, St. Mary’s, by walkover; 108 — Kaimi Miyazawa, St. Mary’s, by walkover; 115 — Eric Otero, Zama, pin. Kentaro Hayashi, 3:54; 122 — Josh Elliot, Zama, pined Kevin Kuo, 3:22; 129 — Soma Yoshida, St. Mary’s, pin. Jacob Scott, time unavailable; 135 — Koki Fujiwara, St. Mary’s, by walkover; 141 — JP Kwak, St. Mary’s, dec. Chad Wilder, 2-0 (6-5, 5-3); 148 — Yoshiaki Tokunaga, St. Mary’s, superior dec. Harold Feliciano, 2-0 (7-0, 6-0); 158 — Brendon Hymas, St. Mary’s, superior dec. Josh Mumford, 2-0 (7-0, 4-0); 168 — Jeffrey Koo, St. Mary’s, superior dec. Brenden Sullivan, 2-0 (7-0, 8-2); 180 — Mitchell Harrison, Zama, pin. Jeff Ogutu, 1:55; 215 — Sean Ward, St. Mary’s, pin. Josh Collier, :14; Heavyweight — Chidi Agbo, St. Mary’s, by walkover

Nile C. Kinnick 37, Christian Academy Japan 25Tuesday at Yokosuka Naval Base101 pounds — Ed Sheridan, Kinnick, by walkover; 108 — Seiki Miyamoto, CAJ, by walkover; 115 — Quincy McCants, Kinnick, dec. Ken Nanri, score unavailable; 122 — Eric Overton, CAJ, pin. Givon Conner, 1:20; 129 — Yuma Fuseya, CAJ, dec. Marvin Newbins; 135 — Sam Johnson, CAJ, pin. Zach Yoder, :34; 141 — Apron Shrestha, CAJ, pin. Eric Sims, 1:24; 148 — Zach Lacaria, Kinnick, dec. Sam Newsome, score unavailable; 158 — Alex Banks, Kinnick, pin. Wataru Ueno, 1:30; 168 — Thomas Seward, Kinnick, by walkover; 180 — Aaron Stravers, Kinnick, by walkover; 215 — Ian O’Brien, Kinnick, pin. Chris Martin, 2:32; Heavyweight — William Embry, Kinnick, by walkover.

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