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FootballDODDS Pacific Far East Football playoffsDivision I championshipSaturday, Nov. 12Yokota 34, Kubasaki 6

Yokota 34, Kubasaki 6At Yokota Air Base, JapanKubasaki 0 0 6 0—6Yokota 14 0 0 20—34

First quarterYokota—Phillip Burnett 3 run (Lee Twyman kick), 7-0, :58Yokota—Morgan Breazell 44 pass from Stanley Speed (Lee Twyman kick), 14-0, 4:52Third quarterKubasaki—Jace Johnson 23 run (run failed), 14-6, 2:59Fourth quarterYokota—Scott Hanson 45 run (Lee Twyman kick), 21-6, 2:30Yokota—Breazell 5 run (Lee Twyman kick), 28-6, 5:30Yokota—Trenton Traylor 5 run (kick failed), 34-6, 8:39

Kubasaki YokotaFirst downs 8 15Rushes-yards 33-82 47-337Passing yards 186 44Comp.-Att.-Int 8-14-1 2-4-1Total offense 57-268 51-421Returns-yards 8-209 2 28Total yards 477 421Fumbles-lost 8-2 4-1Penalties-yards 6-50 7-39

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICSRushing — Kubasaki, Johnson 8-65, Brandon Crawford 3-30, Jarrett Mitchell 3-14, Cristian Rivera 19-(-27). Yokota, Hanson 14-146, Breazell 14-133, Burnett 7-48, Traylor 3-12, Preston Brooks 2-11, Raymond Butler 2-11, Speed 3-9, Michael Litman 2-8, Ed Peterson 2-0.Passing — Kubasaki, Rivera 8-14-1-186. Yokota, Speed 2-4-1-44.Receiving — Kubasaki, Crawford 2-80, Columbus Wilson 2-68, Richard Allen 2-29, Isaac Garza 1-11, Johnson 1-(-2). Yokota, Breazell 2-44

VolleyballFar East High School Girls Division I (large schools) Volleyball TournamentAt Yongsan Garrison, South KoreaSaturday’s resultsSingle-elimination playoffsFaith Academy, Philippines, def. Christian Academy Japan 25-23, 25-21 for seventh placeSimon Sanchez, Guam, def. Academy of Our Lady of Guam 19-25, 25-15, 15-13 for fifth placeSeisen International, Japan, def. Seoul American 10-25, 25-18, 15-11 for third placeAmerican School In Japan def. Nile C. Kinnick 25-20, 25-12, 25-23 for championship

AwardsMost Valuable Player — Liz Thornton, American School In JapanAll-Tournament team — Baileigh Gibson, American School In Japan; Mashiya McKinney, Emily Stith, Nile C. Kinnick; Jade Vasconcellos, Elizabeth Warner, Seisen International; Tammy Garman, Tiffaney Mitchell, Seoul American; Annalisa Galindez, Simon Sanchez; Isabella Denight, Marissa Maratita, Academy of Our Lady of Guam; Amanda Torres, Maricon Villena, John F. Kennedy; Kelly Hardeman, Grace Fern, Faith Academy; Sydney Glover, Yokota.

Wall of Champions1976—Wagner, Clark Air Base, Philippines1977—International School of Manila1978—International School of Manila1979—Zama American, Japan1980—International School of Manila1981—Zama American, Japan1982—International School of Manila1983—Seisen International, Tokyo1984—George Washington, Guam1985—St. Maur International, Japan1986—American School In Japan1987—American School In Japan1988—Zama American, Japan1989—Academy of Our Lady, Guam1990—Seisen International, Tokyo1991—American School In Japan1992—Academy of Our Lady, Guam1993—Seisen International, Tokyo1994—Academy of Our Lady, Guam1995—Academy of Our Lady, Guam1996—Academy of Our Lady, Guam1997—Zama American, Japan1998—Academy of Our Lady, Guam1999—Academy of Our Lady, Guam2000—St. John’s, Guam2001—Christian Academy In Japan2002—Southern, Guam2003—Academy of Our Lady, Guam2004—Academy of Our Lady, Guam2005—Christian Academy In Japan2006—American School In Japan2007—Christian Academy In Japan2008—American School In Japan2009—Christian Academy Japan2010—Seoul American2011—American School In Japan

WrestlingGuamSaturday’s resultsAt George Washington High School, MangilaoGuam High 55, George Washington 18106 pounds — Mark Haas, GHS, pin. Thomas Aguon; 113 — Calvin Duenas, GW, pin. Nate Abrenilla; 120 — Gabe Bongat, GHS, pin. Joseph Castro; 126 — Bryan Taijeron, GHS, pin. Bartholomew Perez; 132 — Nick Sabater, GHS, dec. Kent Espinoza; 138 — Anthony Cruz, GHS, dec. Nico Diaz; 145 — Isaac Balajadia, GW, pin. Carlos Terrazano; 152 — Not contested; 160 — Robert Alvarez, GW, pin. Geon Diaz; 170 — Brandon Saville, GHS, pin. Herbert Fukuda; 182 — Gabriel Paulino, GHS, pin. Isaah Ignacio; 195 — Ian Hansen, GHS, pin. Brandon Champaro; 220 — Daniel Costello, GHS, by walkover; Heavyweight — Theartris Eaton, GHS, pin. Joel MatagolaiNoteworthy — Panthers, with eight island championships to their credit, improved to 8-0 on the regular season. The regular-season champion hosts the all-island meet in December.

Boys soccerGuamSaturday’s summaryAt BarrigadaHarvest Christian Academy 5, Guam High 1Halftime — Harvest 4, GHS 0. Goal —GHS, Jake Towles. Assist — GHS, Aaron Russ.

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