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Kadena's Shyrelle Riley drives for a shot between Kubasaki's Syra Soto, Alannah Ridgway and Jacquilline Mitchell during Thursday's Okinawa girls basketball game. The Panthers won 43-8.
Kadena's Shyrelle Riley drives for a shot between Kubasaki's Syra Soto, Alannah Ridgway and Jacquilline Mitchell during Thursday's Okinawa girls basketball game. The Panthers won 43-8. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

High school

Wrestling

Okinawa

Kadena 30, Kubasaki 28

Wednesday at Kadena Air Base

101 — Mizuki Sato-Marsh, Kadena, tech. Tristan Huddleston, 10-0, 1:59; 108 — Mirai Sato-Marsh, Kadena, pin. Gavin Ocampo, 2:08; 115 — Mylein Tull, Kadena, dec. Janelle Heinrich, 7-7 last point; 122 — Nicholaz Aguirre, Kubasaki, by walkover; 129 — McKay Chandler, Kubasaki, pin. Nicholas Jeanblanc, 2:19; 135 — Nathan Rowberry, Kadena, tech. Isaiah Carrillo, 14-4, 3:24; 141 — Jeff Owens, Kubasaki, pin. Kristopher Carver, 1:27; 148 — Godfrey Wray, Kubasaki, dec. James Kinney, 10-1; 158 — Kurt Chapman, Kadena, pin. Ian Lyons, 1:14; 168 — Jeremiah Drummer, Kadena, tech. Adrian Misenhimer, 15-4, 4:05; 180 — Joey Puterbaugh, Kadena, pin. Vinh Legros, :48; 215 — Braden Dudley, Kubasaki, pin. Connor Burgess, 1:49; Heavyweight — Allen Dudley, Kubasaki, by walkover. Noteworthy — Panthers took a 2-1 lead in the season series.

Kubasaki's Adrian Misenhimer employs a crotch lift on Kadena's Jeremiah Drummer at 168 pounds during Wednesday's Okinawa wrestling dual meet. Drummer won by technical fall 15-4 in 4 minutes, 5 seconds and the Panthers won the meet 30-28.
Kubasaki's Adrian Misenhimer employs a crotch lift on Kadena's Jeremiah Drummer at 168 pounds during Wednesday's Okinawa wrestling dual meet. Drummer won by technical fall 15-4 in 4 minutes, 5 seconds and the Panthers won the meet 30-28. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Godfrey Wray gains the upper hand on Kadena's James Kinney at 148 pounds during Wednesday's Okinawa wrestling dual meet. Wray won by 10-1 decision, but the Panthers won the meet 30-28.
Kubasaki's Godfrey Wray gains the upper hand on Kadena's James Kinney at 148 pounds during Wednesday's Okinawa wrestling dual meet. Wray won by 10-1 decision, but the Panthers won the meet 30-28. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's McKay Chandler gets the upper hand on Kadena's Nicholas Jeanblanc at 129 pounds during Wednesday's Okinawa wrestling dual meet. McKay pinned Jeanblanc in 2 minutes, 19 seconds, but the Panthers won the meet 30-28.
Kubasaki's McKay Chandler gets the upper hand on Kadena's Nicholas Jeanblanc at 129 pounds during Wednesday's Okinawa wrestling dual meet. McKay pinned Jeanblanc in 2 minutes, 19 seconds, but the Panthers won the meet 30-28. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Janelle Heinrich and Kadena's Mylein Tull battle for the upper hand at 115 pounds during Wednesday's Okinawa wrestling dual meet. Tull scored the last point to win by decision 7-7 and the Panthers won the meet 30-28.
Kubasaki's Janelle Heinrich and Kadena's Mylein Tull battle for the upper hand at 115 pounds during Wednesday's Okinawa wrestling dual meet. Tull scored the last point to win by decision 7-7 and the Panthers won the meet 30-28. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Basketball

Boys

Okinawa

Kubasaki 47, Kadena 37

Thursday at Camp Foster

Panthers 15 9 4 9 — 37

Dragons 7 13 12 15 — 47

Scoring — Dragons: Erick Camacho 14, Terrence Reese 11; Panthers: Jeremiah Lewis 10. Noteworthy — Panthers still lead the season series 2-1. Dragons outscored the Panthers 16-2 to go up 32-26 with two minutes left in the third quarter and never trailed again.

Japan

Yokota 72, Zama 56

Thursday at Yokota Air Base

Trojans 21 5 11 19 — 56

Panthers 18 25 19 10 — 72

Scoring — Panthers: Zemon Davis 18, Marcus Woods 18, Dylan Tomas 12, Royce Canta 11; Trojans: Joben Silang 14, Murray Gillerson 12, Keshawn McNeill 10, Joshua Caburian 10.

E.J. King 70, Sasebo Kosen 67

Thursday at Sasebo Naval Base

Sasebo Kosen 18 20 6 23 — 67

Cobras 18 16 18 18 — 70

Scoring — Cobras: Cameron Reinhart 50; Sasebo Kosen: Kazuki Doi 27. Noteworthy — Reinhart hit 10 three-point goals.

Kubasaki's Erick Camacho drives to the basket ahead of outstretched Chaz Conley of Kadena during Thursday's Okinawa basketball game. The Dragons rallied to win 47-37.
Kubasaki's Erick Camacho drives to the basket ahead of outstretched Chaz Conley of Kadena during Thursday's Okinawa basketball game. The Dragons rallied to win 47-37. (Alyssa Alvarado/Special to Stripes)
Kadena's Jeremiah Lewis and Kubasaki's Terrence Reese sky for a rebound during Thursday's Okinawa boys basketball game. The Dragons rallied to win 47-37.
Kadena's Jeremiah Lewis and Kubasaki's Terrence Reese sky for a rebound during Thursday's Okinawa boys basketball game. The Dragons rallied to win 47-37. (Alyssa Alvarado/Special to Stripes)

Girls

South Korea

Seoul Foreign 43, Chadwick 6

Wednesday at Seoul

Dolphins 0 0 0 6 — 6

Crusaders 17 10 16 0 — 43

Scoring — Crusaders: Jihoo Yang 10, Helena Dommestrup 10. Rebounding — Crusaders: Dommestrup 8, Stephanie Woo 8. Steals — Crusaders: Woo 8, Alaina Smith 8.

Okinawa

Kadena 43, Kubasaki 8

Thursday at Camp Foster

Panthers 19 13 4 7 — 43

Dragons 2 1 2 3 — 8

Scoring — Panthers: Destiny Richardson 11; Dragons: Sophia Grubbs 4. Noteworthy — Panthers lead season series 3-0. Game was played with a running clock with 2:10 left in the third quarter.

Japan

King 59, Hieno 44

Thursday at Sasebo Naval Base

Hieno 7 15 6 16 — 44

Cobras 22 15 16 6 — 59

Scoring — Cobras: Aileen FitzGerald 15, Moa Best 13, Miu Best 12.

Christian Academy Japan 44, Sacred Heart 33

Tuesday at Tokyo

Symbas 7 7 10 9 — 33

Knights 4 16 14 10 — 44

Scoring — Knights: Mari Mosaku 20, Marikah Bedow 11; Symbas: Rio Takesue 12, Pretz Rajkumar 10. Noteworthy — Mosaku scored eight in the second quarter to help the Knights break it open.

Seisen 72, St. Maur 25

Tuesday at Yokohama

Phoenix 18 24 15 15 — 72

Cougars 9 4 7 5 — 25

Scoring — Phoenix: Ariana Hill 25, Lisa Purcell 15, Alice McKellin 12. Rebounding — Phoenix: Purcell 21, Hill 16, Jessy Xu 6, Emi Nishimi 6, Catherine Heo 6, McKellin 5. Steals — Phoenix: Maya Hemmi 5.

Kubasaki's Brynn Murray grabs a rebound away from Kadena's Sincere Chambers and Destiny Richardson during Thursday's Okinawa basketball game. The Panthers won 43-8.
Kubasaki's Brynn Murray grabs a rebound away from Kadena's Sincere Chambers and Destiny Richardson during Thursday's Okinawa basketball game. The Panthers won 43-8. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
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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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