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Matthew C. Perry's John Shaver and E.J. King's Raphael Catlin battle for position at 129 pounds during Saturday's DODEA-Japan wrestling dual meet. Shaver won by technical fall 16-4 in 1 minute, 50 seconds and the Samurai won the dual meet 37-27.
Matthew C. Perry's John Shaver and E.J. King's Raphael Catlin battle for position at 129 pounds during Saturday's DODEA-Japan wrestling dual meet. Shaver won by technical fall 16-4 in 1 minute, 50 seconds and the Samurai won the dual meet 37-27. (Raven Rayos/Special to Stripes)

High school

Wrestling

South Korea

Saturday at Osan Air Base

Humphreys 43, Osan 19

101 — Orrin Perkins, Osan, pin. Emelia Blas, 1 minute, 3 seconds; 108 — Damien Cuello, Humphreys, by walkover; 115 — Sol Ji, Humphreys, pin. Nicolas Medina, 1:55; 122 — Branden Borelli, Humphreys, by walkovere; 129 — Vincent Castellano, Humphreys, by walkover; 135 — Andrew Wahlgren, Humphreys, pin. Martin Heffele, 1:17; 141 — Stacy Sparks, Osan, tech. Natalie Patton, 1:29; 148 — Nathan Morales-Pizarro, Osan, pin. Ryan Delosreyes, 1:09; 158 — Emmanuel Lawson, Humphreys, pin. Isaac Ciochetto, 1:14; 168 — Kevin Banchs, Humphreys, tech. Tyler Destin, 2:17; 180 — Ikaika Mendoza, Humphreys, tech. Ethan Hoback, 2:02; 215 — Levi Ramos, Humphreys, pin. Samuel Myrup, 1:24; Heavyweight — Yun Song, Osan, pin. Dominic Meno, 2:15.

Humphreys 50, Daegu 5

101 — Blas by walkover; 108 — Cuello by walkover; 115 — Dylan Watson, Daegu, pin Ji; 122 — Not contested; 129 — Castellano by walkover; 135 — Wahlgren pin. Dean Lentz; 141 — Patton by walkover; 148 — Delosreyes by walkover; 158 — Not contested; 168 — Banchs pin. Azsellia Grown; 180 — Mendoza by walkover; 215 — Ramos by walkover; Heavyweight — Meno by walkover.

Osan 35, Daegu 17

101 — Perkins by walkover; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Watson tech. Medina, 2:12; 122 — Aizen Alejandrino, Daegu, by walkover; 129 — Not contested; 135 — Lentz tech. Heffele, 1:33; 141 — Sparks by walkover; 148 — Morales by walkover; 158 — Brown tech. Ciochetto, 2:30; 168 — Destin by walkover; 180 — Hoback by walkover; 215 — Myrup by walkover; Heavyweight — Song by walkover.

Nile C. Kinnick's Logan Hamilton and Matthew C. Perry's Trevor Hughes face off at 115 pounds during Saturday's DODEA-Japan wrestling dual meet. Hamilton won by technical fall and the Red Devils won the dual meet 39-22.
Nile C. Kinnick's Logan Hamilton and Matthew C. Perry's Trevor Hughes face off at 115 pounds during Saturday's DODEA-Japan wrestling dual meet. Hamilton won by technical fall and the Red Devils won the dual meet 39-22. (Raven Rayos/Special to Stripes)

Japan

Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni

Matthew C. Perry 37, E.J. King 27

101 — Sebastian Campbell, Perry, by walkover; 108 — Greg Campbell, Perry, pin. Fernanda Diaz, :25; 115 — Trevor Hughes, Perry, tech. Alyssa Garcia, 1:50; 122 — Jacob Morton, Perry, pin. Andre Pyryt, 2:01; 129 — John Shaver, Perry, tech. Raphael Catlin, 16-4, 1:50; 135 — James Williams, Perry, by walkover; 141 — Joseph McGrath, King, by walkover; 148 — Kirby Kendrick, Perry, tech. Kaito Bergman, 3:00; 158 — Aidan Carson, King, pin. Jeramy Sawyers, :45; 168 — Tom Irby, King, by walkover; 180 — Ashton Wall, King, by walkover; 215 — Christian Hecox, King, by walkover; Heavyweight — Maddix Larue, Perry, by walkover. Noteworthy — Thought to not be able to field a wrestling team at season’s start, King recruited enough athletes to put a team together to compete in the second week of the season.

Nile C. Kinnick 58, King 3

101 — Sam Tovar, Kinnick, by walkover; 108 — Martin Lozano, Kinnick, pin. Diaz, 1:12; 115 — Logan Hamilton, Kinnick, tech. Garcia, 13-2; 122 — Michael Lozano, Kinnick, tech. Pyryt, 10-0; 129 — Angel Rodrigues, Kinnick, pin. Catlin, :32; 135 — Tre Bennett, Kinnick, by walkover; 141 — Justice Rose, Kinnick, tech. McGrath, 11-0; 148 — Wendell Harrison, Kinnick, tech. Bergman, 12-2; 158 — Joshua Hernandez, Kinnick, pin. Carson, 1:17; 168 — Jatarius Watkins, Kinnick, tech. Irby, 10-0; 180 — Kaleb Leon Guerrero, Kinnick, tech. Wall, 11-0; 215 — Bobby Crisafulli, Kinnick, tech. Hecox, 12-2; Heavyweight — Dylan Evans, Kinnick, by walkover.

Kinnick 39, Perry 22

101 — S. Campbell tech. Tovar, 2:46; 108 — Martin Lozano dec. G. Campbell, 5-4; 115 — Hamilton tech. Hughes, 2:01; 122 — Michael Lozano tech. Morton, :32; 129 — Rodrigues dec. Shaver 8-2; 135 — Williams pin. Bennett, 1:18; 141 — Rose by walkover; 148 — Kendrick pin. Harrison, 1:14; 158 — Hernandez pin. Sawyers, 1:57; 168 — Watkins by walkover; 180 — Leon Guerrero by walkover; 215 — Crisafulli pin. Richie Darmawan, 1:24; Heavyweight — Larue pin. Evans, 2:03.

Saturday at Yokota Air Base

Yokota 48, Robert D. Edgren 9

101 — Brock McGlothan, Edgren, by walkover; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Antonio Mack, Yokota, by walkover; 122 — Kai Patton, Yokota, pin. Charles Alvey; 129 — William Rhyne, Yokota, tech. Gabriel Marceron; 135 — Carmello Holmes, Yokota, by walkover; 141 — Caleb Jones, Yokota, pin. Nikolas Hawkins; 148 — Tate Rannow, Yokota, tech. Sebastian Sanchez; 158 — Owen Taylor, Yokota, tech. Julian Yocom; 168 — Douglass Tackney, Edgren, tech. Alex Kosinski; 180 — Kai Harbert, Yokota, by walkover; 215 — Noah Cruz, Yokota, by walkover; Heavyweight — Nick Sales, Yokota, by walkover.

Yokota 53, Zama 0

101 — Not contested; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Mack by walkover 122 — Patton tech. Krestyn Ivy; 129 — Rhyne pin. Alina Kim; 135 — Holmes by walkover 141 — Jones pin. Gavin Ivy; 148 — Rannow by walkover; 158 — Taylor pin. Danielle Kouamo; 168 — Kosinski by walkover 180 — Harbert pin. Ziez McCoy; 215 — Cruz pin. Jeffrey Woolard; Heavyweight — Sales by walkover.

Edgren 34, Zama 11

101 — McGlothan by walkover; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Not contested; 122 — Alvey pin. K. Ivy; 129 — Marceron pin. Lim; 135 — Not contested; 141 — Hawkins pin. G. Ivy; 148 — Sanchez by walkover; 158 — Yocom tech. Kouamo; 168 — Tackney by walkover; 180 — McCoy by walkover; 215 — Woolard by walkover; Heavyweight — Not contested.

Nile C. Kinnick's Angel Rodrigues and Matthew C. Perry's John Shaver square off at 129 pounds during Saturday's DODEA-Japan wrestling dual meet. Rodrigues decisioned Shaver 8-2 and the Red Devils won the dual meet 39-22.
Nile C. Kinnick's Angel Rodrigues and Matthew C. Perry's John Shaver square off at 129 pounds during Saturday's DODEA-Japan wrestling dual meet. Rodrigues decisioned Shaver 8-2 and the Red Devils won the dual meet 39-22. (Raven Rayos/Special to Stripes)
Robert D. Edgren's Rylend Meininger goes up for a shot against Yokota's Damian Abrams during Saturday's DODEA-Japan basketball game. The Panthers won 68-53.
Robert D. Edgren's Rylend Meininger goes up for a shot against Yokota's Damian Abrams during Saturday's DODEA-Japan basketball game. The Panthers won 68-53. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Basketball

Boys

South Korea

Saturday at Camp Humphreys

Humphreys 58, Osan 43

Cougars 9 9 5 20 — 43

Blackhawks 16 14 13 15 — 58

Scoring — Blackhawks: Brandon Goins 25, Ta’Quan Townsend 12; Cougars: Gavin Lunn 9. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Goins 9; Cougars: Jaylon Grant 9, Lunn 6, Brandon Edmunds 6.

Osan 72, Daegu 17

Cougars 27 27 16 2 — 72

Warriors 9 4 2 2 — 17

Scoring — Cougars: Lunn 13, Grant 11. Rebounding — Cougars: Lunn 6, Andrew Burks 6, John Ganske 6.

Humphreys 81, Daegu 30

Warriors 7 10 11 2 — 30

Blackhawks 21 21 18 21 — 81

Scoring — Warriors: Ezequiel Riveria 11.

Matthew C. Perry's Joshua Blanquisco keeps the ball away from E.J. King's Arjae Lurente during Saturday's DODEA-Japan basketball game. The Samurai won on a buzzer-beating shot 56-55.
Matthew C. Perry's Joshua Blanquisco keeps the ball away from E.J. King's Arjae Lurente during Saturday's DODEA-Japan basketball game. The Samurai won on a buzzer-beating shot 56-55. (Sera Shimakura/Special to Stripes)

Japan

Perry 56, King 55

Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni

Cobras 9 20 14 12 — 55

Samurai 8 10 15 23 — 56

Scoring — Samurai: Shion Fleming 37; Cobras: Cameron Reinhart 28. Noteworthy — On the game’s final play, Fleming threw a court-length inbound pass to Samurai senior Roy Clayton III, who hit the game-winning basket as time expired.

Yokota 68, Robert D. Edgren 53

Saturday at Misawa Air Base

Panthers 23 11 9 25 — 68

Eagles 7 19 14 13 — 53

Scoring — Panthers: Marcus Woods 32, Dylan Tomas 14; Eagles: Messai Cain 16, O’moj Reeves 12. Noteworthy — Panthers used an 18-0 fourth-quarter run to break it open.

Robert D. Edgren's Samara Whitmore looks to pass against Yokota's Madison Van Gorder during Saturday's DODEA-Japan basketball game. The Panthers won 30-13.
Robert D. Edgren's Samara Whitmore looks to pass against Yokota's Madison Van Gorder during Saturday's DODEA-Japan basketball game. The Panthers won 30-13. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Charlotte Rhyne looks to pass between Robert D. Edgren's Maliyah Magat and Zalea Washington during Saturday's DODEA-Japan basketball game. The Panthers won 30-13.
Yokota's Charlotte Rhyne looks to pass between Robert D. Edgren's Maliyah Magat and Zalea Washington during Saturday's DODEA-Japan basketball game. The Panthers won 30-13. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Girls

South Korea

Saturday at Camp Walker

Osan 41, Daegu 26

Cougars 14 9 9 9 — 41

Warriors 3 5 6 12 — 26

Scoring — Cougars: Anne Mountcastle 18, Gabriella Penry 12; Warriors: Kayla Randall 10.

Osan 48, Humphreys Gold 11

Blackhawks 2 5 2 2 — 11

Cougars 19 6 10 13 — 48

Scoring — Cougars: Mountcastle 16, Penry 13. Noteworthy — Penry played her final games and her father Robert coached his final games with Cougars; the two transfer to Guam over the winter break.

Humphreys Black 33, Humphreys Gold 15

Black 6 15 10 2 — 33

Gold 4 2 0 9 — 15

Scoring — Black: Sabra Wrightsil 10. Rebounding — Black: Wrightsil 6.

Humphreys Black 43, Daegu 33

Blackhawks 6 15 10 12 — 43

Warriors 4 20 7 2 — 33

Scoring — Blackhawks: Alexis Smalls 21, MacKenzie Roche 14; Warriors: Summer Brennan 12, Jazmirra McClendon 10. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Roche 8, Smalls 6.

Matthew C. Perry's Joshua Blanquisco keeps the ball away from E.J. King's Arjae Lurente during Saturday's DODEA-Japan basketball game. The Samurai won on a buzzer-beating shot 56-55.
Matthew C. Perry's Joshua Blanquisco keeps the ball away from E.J. King's Arjae Lurente during Saturday's DODEA-Japan basketball game. The Samurai won on a buzzer-beating shot 56-55. (Sera Shimakura/Special to Stripe)

Japan

King 49, Perry 13

Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni

Cobras 22 6 8 13 — 49

Samurai 2 7 3 1 — 13

Scoring — Cobras: Moa Best 15. Noteworthy — Best scored nine in the first quarter.

Yokota 30, Edgren 13

Saturday at Misawa Air Base

Panthers 4 4 13 9 — 30

Eagles 5 0 7 1 — 13

Scoring — Panthers: Madison Van Gorder 14. Noteworthy — Edgren scored the first five points, then the Panthers got the next 18.

Matthew C. Perry's Aiya Versoza drives to the basket between E.J. King's Aileen FitzGerald and Maliwan Schinker during Saturday's DODEA-Japan basketball game. The Cobras won 49-13.
Matthew C. Perry's Aiya Versoza drives to the basket between E.J. King's Aileen FitzGerald and Maliwan Schinker during Saturday's DODEA-Japan basketball game. The Cobras won 49-13. (Sera Shimakura/Special to Stripe)
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Dave Ornauer has been employed by or assigned to Stars and Stripes Pacific almost continuously since March 5, 1981. He served 10½ years in the Air Force, the last 4½ assigned to Stripes in Tokyo, and was then hired by Stripes on Oct. 25, 1985. He covers interservice and high school sports at DODEA-Pacific schools and manages Pacific Storm Tracker.
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