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Matthew C. Perry’s Trevor Hughes gets the upper hand on Zama’s Krestyn Ivy at 115 pounds during Saturday’s DODEA-Japan wrestling tri-meet. Hughes won by pin in 2 minutes, 7 seconds and the Samurai won the dual 41-17.

Matthew C. Perry’s Trevor Hughes gets the upper hand on Zama’s Krestyn Ivy at 115 pounds during Saturday’s DODEA-Japan wrestling tri-meet. Hughes won by pin in 2 minutes, 7 seconds and the Samurai won the dual 41-17. (Raven Rayos/Special to Stripes)

High school

Wrestling

South Korea

Saturday at Osan Air Base

Humphreys 33, Osan 24

101 Emelia Blas Humphreys won by forfeit
108 Damien Cuello Humphreys tech. Nicholas Medina
115 double forfeit
122 Joshua Carlisle Humphreys won by forfeit
129 Kyle Foerst Osan tech. Roy Vega Jr.
135 Andrew Wahlgren Humphreys pin. Lydia Tang
141 Stacy Sparks Osan won by forfeit
148 Martin Heffele Osan won by forfeit
158 Nathan Morales-Pizarro Osan pin. Ryan Delosreyes
168 Emmanuel Lawson Humphreys tech. Edward Kim
180 Ikaika Mendoza Humphreys pin. Ethan Hoback
215 Samel Myrup Osan pin. Levi Ramos
Heavyweight Ethan Elliott Humphreys pin. Yun Song

Guam

Saturday at Agana Heights

Boys

Southern 36, Guam High 24

108 Kylan Walker Guam won by forfeit
116 Calvin Fernandez Guam won by forfeit
124 Benjamin Topsana Southern pin. Christopher Angoco 2:45
131 Collin Naputi Southern pin. Aiden Moore 5:54
138 Tavion Duenas Guam dec. Shawn Lapmarero 8-7
145 Ely Pocaique Southern pin. Victor Babauta 1:09
152 Anthony Martinez Southern pin. Daniel Fillmore 1:05
160 Dwayne Dumaran Southern won by forfeit
171 Michael Bopp Guam pin. Alejo Aguon 1:18
184 Isaiah Hayashi Guam dec. Ryland Roxas 15-10
220 Micah Redmond Southern pin. Jack Ellis 3:29
285 Joaquin Gogue Guam pin. Adyn Wright 0:58

Girls

Southern 24, Guam High 18

97 double forfeit
102 Analea Meno Southern won by forfeit
107 double forfeit
113 double forfeit
119 Edyn Santos Southern won by forfeit
126 Jufania Andrew Southern won by forfeit
134 Kaila Castro Guam won by forfeit
143 double forfeit
155 Meghan Knaeble Guam pin. Deajah Santos 1:06
168 Bethany McClure Guam won by forfeit
184 double forfeit
235 Kyleiah San Nicholas Southern pin. Naomi McClure 0:52

Japan

Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni

Matthew C. Perry 44, E.J. King 21

101 Sebastian Campbell Perry pin. Fernanda Diaz 2:41
108 Greg Campbell Perry pin. Abriell Shand-Pike 2:20
115 Trevor Hughes Perry tech. Alyssa Garcia 13-2
122 Jacob Morton Perry pin. Andre Pyryt 5:11
129 John Shaver Perry won by forfeit
135 James Williams Perry pin. Ryan Fenwick 2:28
141 Joseph McGrath King pin. Jeramy Sawyers 2:02
148 Maleina Ballesteros Perry won by forfeit
158 Kirby Kendrick Perry pin. Aidan Carson 1:44
168 Ashton Wall King won by forfeit
180 Tom Irby King won by forfeit
215 Christian Hecox King won by forfeit
Heavyweight Maddix Larue Perry won by forfeit

King 49, Zama 5

101 Diaz King won by forfeit
108 Shand-Pike King won by forfeit
115 Garcia King pin. Krestyn Ivy 2:19
122 Pyryt King won by forfeit
129 double forfeit
135 Fenwick King pin. Lumina Fennessey 2:01
141 McGrath King pin. Gavin Ivy 2:23
148 Destin Malone Zama won by forfeit
158 Carson King pin. Tyson Armstrong 0:12
168 Wall King pin. Daniel Kodama 1:15
180 Irby King won by forfeit
215 Hecox King tech. Jeffrey Woolard 10-0
Heavyweight double forfeit

Perry 41, Zama 17

101 S.Campbell Perry won by forfeit
108 G.Campbell Perry won by forfeit
115 Hughes Perry pin. K.Ivy 2:07
122 Morton Perry won by forfeit
129 Shaver Perry won by forfeit
135 Williams Perry pin. Fennessey 2:11
141 G.Ivy Zama dec. Sawyers 8-6
148 Jalone Zama tech. Ballesteros 10-0
158 Kendrick Perry pin. Armstrong 0:15
168 Kodama Zama won by forfeit
180 double forfeit
215 Woolard Zama won by forfeit
Heavyweight LaRue Perry won by forfeit

Saturday at Yokosuka Naval Base

Nile C. Kinnick 44, Yokota 17

101 Sam Tovar Kinnick won by forfeit
108 Lucy Mock Kinnick won by forfeit
115 Logan Hamilton Kinnick won by forfeit
122 Kai Patton Yokota pin. Bennett Schmid 2:58
129 Xavier Betts Kinnick tech. William Rhyne 12-2
135 Andrew Minks Kinnick tech. Tia Johnson 11-0
141 Justice Rose Kinnick tech. Carmello Holmes 11-0
148 Tate Rannow Yokota pin. Patrick Brooks 0:48
158 Wendell Harrison Kinnick pin. Owen Taylor 4:43
168 Kaiyo Heinrichs Yokota won by forfeit
180 Kaleb Leon Guerrero Kinnick tech. Kai Harbert 10-0
215 Bobby Cristafulli Kinnick dec. Kaleb Birch 12-8
Heavyweight Dylan Evans Kinnick won by forfeit

Yokota 38, Robert D. Edgren 11

101 Brock McGloathan Edgren won by forfeit
108 double forfeit
115 Jack Aragona Edgren won by forfeit
122 Patton Yokota won by forfeit
129 Rhyne Yokota won by forfeit
135 Johnson Yokota won by forfeit
141 Holmes Yokota tech. Nikolas Hawkins 10-0
148 Rannow Yokota tech. Sanchez 16-6
158 Taylor Yokota pin. Douglass Tackney 1:48
168 Heinrichs Yokota won by forfeit
180 Harbert Yokota won by forfeit
215 Birch Yokota won by forfeit
Heavyweight double forfeit

Kinnick 48, Edgren 10

101 McGlothan Edgren tech. Tovar 10-0
108 Mock Kinnick won by forfeit
115 Hamilton Kinnick tech. Aragona 12-2
122 Schmid Kinnick won by forfeit
129 Betts Kinnick won by forfeit
135 Minks Kinnick won by forfeit
141 Rose Kinnick tech. Hawkins 10-0
148 Sanchez Edgren pin. Brooks 2:22
158 Harrison Kinnick pin. Tackney 2:10
168 double forfeit
180 Leon Guerrero Kinnick won by forfeit
215 Cristafulli Kinnick won by forfeit
Heavyweight Evans Kinnick won by forfeit
Matthew C. Perry's Jacob Morton gains the edge on E.J. King's Andre Pyryt at 122 pounds during Saturday's DODEA-Japan wrestling tri-meet. Morton won by pin in 5 minutes, 11 seconds and the Samurai won the dual 44-21.

Matthew C. Perry's Jacob Morton gains the edge on E.J. King's Andre Pyryt at 122 pounds during Saturday's DODEA-Japan wrestling tri-meet. Morton won by pin in 5 minutes, 11 seconds and the Samurai won the dual 44-21. (Raven Rayos/Special to Stripes)

E.J. King’s Ryan Fenwick lifts Zama‘s Lumina Fennessey at 135 pounds during Saturday’s DODEA-Japan wrestling tri-meet. Fenwick won by pin in 2 minutes, 1 second and the Cobras won the dual 49-5.

E.J. King’s Ryan Fenwick lifts Zama‘s Lumina Fennessey at 135 pounds during Saturday’s DODEA-Japan wrestling tri-meet. Fenwick won by pin in 2 minutes, 1 second and the Cobras won the dual 49-5. (Raven Rayos/Special to Stripes)

Matthew C. Perry's Greg Campbell and E.J. King's Abriell Shand-Pike battle for control at 108 pounds during Saturday's DODEA-Japan wrestling tri-meet. Campbell won by pin in 2 minutes, 20 seconds and the Samurai won the dual 44-21.

Matthew C. Perry's Greg Campbell and E.J. King's Abriell Shand-Pike battle for control at 108 pounds during Saturday's DODEA-Japan wrestling tri-meet. Campbell won by pin in 2 minutes, 20 seconds and the Samurai won the dual 44-21. (Raven Rayos/Special to Stripes)

Basketball

Boys

South Korea

Saturday at Osan Air Base

Osan 67, Humphreys 64

Blackhawks 26 7 18 13 _64
Cougars 8 13 18 28 _67

Scoring — Cougars: Gavin Lunn 17, Brandon Edmunds 12, Jaylon Grant 10, Gongpon “Dash” Silva 10; Blackhawks: Simon Song 20, Brandon Goins 14. Noteworthy — Cougars rallied from 18 points down to hand the Blackhawks their first loss of the season; each team has one loss headed into the final week of the season.

Osan 53, Daegu 33

Warriors 5 11 5 12 _33
Cougars 12 15 9 17 _53

Scoring — Cougars: Benjamine Bettridge 15, Brad Yoakley 12, Silva 10.

Humphreys 94, Daegu 10

Blackhawks 25 21 24 24 _94
Warriors 2 4 4 0 _10

Scoring — Blackhawks: Song 63. Noteworthy — Song broke the DODEA-Korea single-game scoring record of 55 points set last April 9 by Myles Johnson and came within eight points of the DODEA-Pacific single game record set in February 1971 by Tim Griffin of the old Misawa High School, with 71.

Japan

Zama 64, Edgren 61

Saturday at Misawa Air Base

Trojans 25 8 10 23 _64
Eagles 8 22 13 18 _61

Scoring — Trojans: Keshawn McNeill 33, Murray Gillerson 13; Eagles: Dennis Nelson 20, Messai Cain 17, Micah Magat 12. Rebounding — Trojans: McNeill 10, Gillerson 6. Steals — Trojans: McNeill 9, Joben Silang 8. Noteworthy — Ryan Pena’s three-point goal in the closing seconds sealed the win for the Trojans, who swept the two games this weekend to improve to 4-2.

Perry 48, King 39

Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni

Cobras 6 9 14 10 _39
Samurai 5 4 19 20 _48

Scoring — Samurai: Joshua Blanquisco 24, Shion Fleming 14; Cobras: Cameron Reinhart 19, Jeremy Phillips 13. Noteworthy — Samurai ran their winning streak over the Cobras to four after dropping their first two meetings of the season. Blanquisco hit seven three-point goals. Reinhart shot 14-for-19 at the foul line and Phillips hit three three-point goals in the fourth quarter for the Cobras. There were six lead changes and five ties in the contest.

Matthew C. Perry's Shion Fleming and E.J. King's Cameron Reinhart beat a path upcourt during Saturday's DODEA-Japan boys basketball game. The Samurai won 48-39.

Matthew C. Perry's Shion Fleming and E.J. King's Cameron Reinhart beat a path upcourt during Saturday's DODEA-Japan boys basketball game. The Samurai won 48-39. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Zama’s Jarius Brown puts up a shot against Robert D. Edgren’s Frederick Stewart during Saturday’s DODEA-Japan boys basketball game. The Trojans won 64-61.

Zama’s Jarius Brown puts up a shot against Robert D. Edgren’s Frederick Stewart during Saturday’s DODEA-Japan boys basketball game. The Trojans won 64-61. (David Shepherd/Special to Stripes)

Zama’s Joben Silang drives to the basket against Robert D. Edgren’s Messai Cain during Saturday’s DODEA-Japan boys basketball game. The Trojans won 64-61.

Zama’s Joben Silang drives to the basket against Robert D. Edgren’s Messai Cain during Saturday’s DODEA-Japan boys basketball game. The Trojans won 64-61. (David Shepherd/Special to Stripes)

E.J. King's Nolan FitzGerald comes down with a rebound between Matthew C. Perry's Shion Fleming and Denzel Gray during Saturday's DODEA-Japan boys basketball game, which the Samurai won 48-39.

E.J. King's Nolan FitzGerald comes down with a rebound between Matthew C. Perry's Shion Fleming and Denzel Gray during Saturday's DODEA-Japan boys basketball game, which the Samurai won 48-39. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Matthew C. Perry's Roy Clayton III and Shion Fleming and E.J. King's Cameron Reinhart and Sean Bautista sky for a rebound during Saturday's DODEA-Japan boys basketball game. The Samurai won 48-39.

Matthew C. Perry's Roy Clayton III and Shion Fleming and E.J. King's Cameron Reinhart and Sean Bautista sky for a rebound during Saturday's DODEA-Japan boys basketball game. The Samurai won 48-39. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Girls

South Korea

Saturday at Camp Humphreys

Osan 34, Humphreys Black 30

Cougars 6 14 4 10 _34
Blackhawks 7 5 7 11 _30

Scoring — Cougars: Anne Mountcastle 17, Tatiana Lunn 13; Blackhawks: Clarissa Parham 13. Rebounding — Cougars: Mountcastle 6; Blackhawks: Parham 5.

Humphreys Gold 11, Osan 10

Cougars 4 2 2 2 _10
Blackhawks 4 0 2 5 _11

Scoring — Blackhawks: Anayah Reyes 7; Cougars: Thalia Cowden 6. Steals — Blackhawks: Reyes 8. Noteworthy — Reyes stole the ball and hit the game-winning three-point basket with 1:20 left.

Japan

Edgren 30, Zama 25

Saturday at Misawa Air Base

Trojans 5 5 9 6 _25
Eagles 12 16 2 0 _30

Scoring — Eagles: Jaylie Johnson 10; Trojans: Joanna Shin 10.

Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni

Kinnick 55, King 38

Red Devils 10 16 15 14 _55
Cobras 7 7 11 13 _38

Scoring — Red Devils: Amyka Jones 14, Dana White 11, Jasmine Pho 10; Cobras: Moa Best 18. Rebounding — Red Devils: Jones 14, White 10. Noteworthy — Red Devils swept the two-game weekend series to improve to 8-0.

Kinnick 40, Perry 21

Red Devils 12 10 12 6 _40
Samurai 2 7 4 8 _21

Scoring — Red Devils: Davan Webster 12; Samurai: Breaunna Hayes 6, Cecelia Campbell 6. Noteworthy — Red Devils scored the first 12 points and held the Samurai without a field goal for the first 16 minutes.

Robert D. Edgren’s A’Mya Ross gets hemmed in by Zama’s Kierstyn Aumua and Naviah Blizzard during Saturday’s DODEA-Japan girls basketball game. The Eagles won 30-25.

Robert D. Edgren’s A’Mya Ross gets hemmed in by Zama’s Kierstyn Aumua and Naviah Blizzard during Saturday’s DODEA-Japan girls basketball game. The Eagles won 30-25. (David Shepherd/Special to Stripes)

Nile C. Kinnick's Jasmine Pho drives to the basket ahead of E.J. King's Moa Best during Saturday's DODEA-Japan basketball game, which the Red Devils won 55-38.

Nile C. Kinnick's Jasmine Pho drives to the basket ahead of E.J. King's Moa Best during Saturday's DODEA-Japan basketball game, which the Red Devils won 55-38. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Robert D. Edgren’s Jaylie Johnson blocks a shot by Zama’s Kierstyn Aumua during Saturday’s DODEA-Japan girls basketball game. The Eagles won 30-25.

Robert D. Edgren’s Jaylie Johnson blocks a shot by Zama’s Kierstyn Aumua during Saturday’s DODEA-Japan girls basketball game. The Eagles won 30-25. (David Shepherd/Special to 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 covers interservice and high school sports at DODEA-Pacific schools and manages the Pacific Storm Tracker.
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