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Cirie Hawkins of Guam High tries to gain the edge on Okkodo's Ligaya Imanil during Saturday's Guam wrestling dual meet. Hawkins pinned Imanil in 3 minutes, 48 seconds, and the Panthers won the meet 30-0.

Cirie Hawkins of Guam High tries to gain the edge on Okkodo's Ligaya Imanil during Saturday's Guam wrestling dual meet. Hawkins pinned Imanil in 3 minutes, 48 seconds, and the Panthers won the meet 30-0. (James Ernest Sherrill/Special to Stripes)

High school

Wrestling

South Korea

DODEA-Korea championship

Saturday at Camp Humphreys

Humphreys 33, Osan 30

101 Orrin Perking Osan pin. Emelia Blas 2:32
108 Nicholas Medina Osan pin. Damien Cuello 2:32
115 Ray Vega Jr. Humphreys won by forfeit
122 Joshua Carlisle Humphreys won by forfeit
129 Kyle Foerst Osan dec. Andrew Wahlgren
135 Vincent Castellano Humphreys pin. Lydia Tang :06
141 Stacy Sparks Osan won by forfeit
148 Nathan Morales Pizarro Osan won by forfeit
158 Emmanuel Lawson Humphreys won by forfeit
168 Edward Kim Osan pin. Kevin Banchs 2:03
180 Ikaika Mendoza Humphreys tech. Ethan Hoback
215 Levi Ramos Humphreys dec. Samuel Myrup
Heavyweight Ethan Elliott Humphreys pin. Yun Song 0:39
Guam High's Michael Bopp gains the upper hand on Father Duenas Memorial's Ryan Goffigan during Saturday's Guam wrestling dual meet. Bopp won by pin in 5 minutes, 22 seconds, but the Friars won the meet 43-21.

Guam High's Michael Bopp gains the upper hand on Father Duenas Memorial's Ryan Goffigan during Saturday's Guam wrestling dual meet. Bopp won by pin in 5 minutes, 22 seconds, but the Friars won the meet 43-21. (James Ernest Sherrill/Special to Stripes)

Guam High's Tavion Duenas gets lifted by Father Duenas Memorial's Christian Manglona at 138 pounds during Saturday's Guam wrestling dual meet. Duenas rallied to win by 6-3 decision, but the Friars won the meet 43-21.

Guam High's Tavion Duenas gets lifted by Father Duenas Memorial's Christian Manglona at 138 pounds during Saturday's Guam wrestling dual meet. Duenas rallied to win by 6-3 decision, but the Friars won the meet 43-21. (James Ernest Sherrill/Special to Stripes)

Guam

Saturday at Agana Heights

Boys

Guam High 42, Okkodo 24

108 Kylan Waller Guam won by forfeit
116 Calvin Fernandez Guam won by forfeit
124 Chris Angoco Guam pin. Isaiah Jao 1:29
131 Aiden Moore Guam won by forfeit
138 Sean Muller Guam won by forfeit
145 Gabriel Gilmete Okkodo pin. Reed Filmore 0:53
152 double forfeit
160 Danen Mendiola Guam won by forfeit
171 Samuel Gose Okkodo pin. Michael Bopp 1:11
184 Jose Valdez Guam won by forfeit
220 Jarren Quichocho Okkodo won by forfeit
285 Delton Jacob Okkodo won by forfeit

Father Duenas Memorial 43, Guam 21

108 Kyler Gambala Father Duenas pin. Waller 1:45
116 Fernandez Guam won by forfeit
124 Angoco Guam won by forfeit
131 Aiden Garrido Father Duenas maj. dec. Moore 12-3
138 Tavion Duenas Guam dec. Christian Mangiona 6-3
145 Miles Stanley Father Duenas pin. Fillmore 1:45
152 Nathan Baldin Father Duenas won by forfeit
160 Noah Garrido Father Duenas dec. Mendiola 6-3
171 Bopp Guam pin. Ryan Goffigan 5:22
184 Tristian Burgan Father Duenas pin. Valdez
220 Adrian Bordallo Father Duenas won by forfeit
285 Alden Bordallo Father Duenas won by forfeit

Girls

Guam 30, Okkodo 0

97 double forfeit
102 double forfeit
107 Cirie Hawkins Guam pin. Ligaya Imanil 3:48
113 double forfeit
119 double forfeit
126 double forfeit
134 Kaila Castro Guam won by forfeit
143 double forfeit
155 Meghan Knaeble Guam won by forfeit
168 Bethany McClure Guam won by forfeit
184 double forfeit
235 Naomi McClure Guam won by forfeit

Notre Dame 40, Guam 18

97 Joie Santas Notre Dame won by forfeit
102 Emma Gutierrez Notre Dame won by injury default
107 Aliana Ectavea Notre Dame won by forfeit
113 Ava Bennett Notre Dame won by forfeit
119 double forfeit
126 Anita Manglona Notre Dame won by forfeit
134 Castro Guam pin. Elyssa Gonzalez 1:24
143 double forfeit
155 Makalyla Atoique Notre Dame maj. dec. Knaeble 10-2
168 B.McClure Guam won by forfeit
184 double forfeit
235 N.McClure Guam won by forfeit
E.J. King's Andre Pyryt gains the edge on Matthew C. Perry's Jacob Morton during Saturday's DODEA-Japan wrestling dual meet. Pyryt won by pin in 54 seconds, but the Samurai won the meet 27-25.

E.J. King's Andre Pyryt gains the edge on Matthew C. Perry's Jacob Morton during Saturday's DODEA-Japan wrestling dual meet. Pyryt won by pin in 54 seconds, but the Samurai won the meet 27-25. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Matthew C. Perry's Trevor Hughes tries to finish off E.J. King's Alyssa Garcia during Saturday's DODEA-Japan wrestling dual meet. Hughes won by technical fall 10-0 in 2 minutes, 16 seconds, and the Samurai won the meet 27-25.

Matthew C. Perry's Trevor Hughes tries to finish off E.J. King's Alyssa Garcia during Saturday's DODEA-Japan wrestling dual meet. Hughes won by technical fall 10-0 in 2 minutes, 16 seconds, and the Samurai won the meet 27-25. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Matthew C. Perry's Sebastian Campbell gets a leg lace on E.J. King's Fernanda Diaz during Saturday's DODEA-Japan wrestling dual meet. Campbell won by technical fall 12-0 in 53 seconds and the Samurai won the meet 27-25.

Matthew C. Perry's Sebastian Campbell gets a leg lace on E.J. King's Fernanda Diaz during Saturday's DODEA-Japan wrestling dual meet. Campbell won by technical fall 12-0 in 53 seconds and the Samurai won the meet 27-25. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Japan

Matthew C. Perry 27, E.J. King 25

Saturday at Sasebo Naval Base

101 Sebastian Campbell Perry tech. Ferenanda Diaz 12-0
108 Greg Campbell Perry pin. Abriell Shand-Pike 1:16
115 Trevor Hughes Perry tech. Alyssa Garcia 10-0
122 Andre Pryyt King pin. Jacob Morton 0:54
129 double forfeit
135 James Williams Perry tech. Ryan Fenwick 10-0
141 Jeramy Sanders Perry pin. Joseph McGrath 1:21
148 double forfeit
158 Kirby Kendrick Perry won by forfeit
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

Saturday at Yokosuka Naval Base

Yokota 13, Zama 10

101 double forfeit
108 double forfeit
115 Krestyn Ivy Zama won by forfeit
122 double forfeit
129 double forfeit
135 double forfeit
141 Tia Johnson Yokota tech. Lumina Fennessey 10-0
148 Tate Rannow Yokota tech. Gavin Ivy 10-0
158 Caleb Jones Yokota tech. Destin Malone 10-0
168 Danielle Kouamo Zama won by forfeit
180 double forfeit
215 Kaleb Birch Yokota pin. Jeffrey Wollard 0:30
Heavyweight double forfeit

Nile C. Kinnick 64, Zama 0

101 Sam Tovar Kinnick won by forfeit
108 Adia Phelps Kinnick won by forfeit
115 Logan Hamilton Kinnick pin. K.Ivy 1:05
122 William Mitchell Kinnick won by forfeit
129 Xavier Betts Kinnick won by forfeit
135 Andrew Minks Kinnick won by forfeit
141 Angel Rodrigues Kinnick pin. Fennessey 1:35
148 Justice Rose Kinnick tech. G.Ivy 11-0
158 Wendell Harrison Kinnick pin. Malone 0:47
168 Josh Hernandez Kinnick pin. Kouamo 0:29
180 Kaleb Leon Guerrero Kinnick won by forfeit
215 Braden Askins Kinnick pin. Wollard 0:29
Heavyweight Bobby Crustafulli Kinnick won by forfeit

Kinnick 44, Yokota 14

101 Tovar Kinnick won by forfeit
108 Phelps Kinnick won by forfeit
115 Hamilton Kinnick won by forfeit
122 Mitchell Kinnick won by forfeit
129 Betts Kinnick won by forfeit
135 Rodrigues Kinnick tech. Johnson 10-0
141 Carmello Holmes Yokota pin. Austin Shinzato 3:00
148 Rannow Yokota pin. Rose 3:59
158 Owen Taylor Yokota tech. Harrison 14-3
168 Hernandez Kinnick pin. Jones 2:01
180 double forfeit
215 Leon Guerrero Kinnick tech. Birch 10-0
Heavyweight Cristafulli Kinnick won by forfeit

E.J. King's Jacob Auger comes down with a rebound in front of Matthew C. Perry's Ryan Livengood during Saturday's DODEA-Japan boys basketball game. The Samurai won 62-55.

E.J. King's Jacob Auger comes down with a rebound in front of Matthew C. Perry's Ryan Livengood during Saturday's DODEA-Japan boys basketball game. The Samurai won 62-55. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Matthew C. Perry's Denzel Gray comes down with a rebound in front of E.J. King's Keith Lombard during Saturday's DODEA-Japan boys basketball game. The Samurai won 62-55.

Matthew C. Perry's Denzel Gray comes down with a rebound in front of E.J. King's Keith Lombard during Saturday's DODEA-Japan boys basketball game. The Samurai won 62-55. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Basketball

Boys

South Korea

DODEA-Korea tournament

Saturday at Camp Walker

Semifinal

Osan 53, Daegu 26

Cougars 9 20 16 8 _53
Warriors 10 9 4 3 _26

Scoring — Cougars: John Ganske 9; Warriors: Philip Turner 8.

Championship

Humphreys 58, Osan 49

Blackhawks 18 13 13 14 _58
Cougars 6 10 14 18 _49

Scoring — Blackhawks: Ta’Quan Townsend 16, Amare Kinsey 11; Cougars: Gavin Lunn 21, Brandon Edmunds 13. Rebounding — Cougars: Lunn 10, Jaylon Grant 9, Edmunds 7. Noteworthy — Townsend scored nine points in the third quarter. Edmunds scored 11 second-half points and Lunn eight in the third quarter. The Cougars shot 11-for-37 from the foul line.

Japan

Perry 62, King 55

Saturday at Sasebo Naval Base

Samurai 16 14 12 20 _62
Cobras 15 13 16 11 _55

Scoring — Samurai: Shion Fleming 28; Cobras: Cameron Reinhart 25, Keith Lombard 11. Noteworthy — Samurai won the season series 5-3. The Samurai took the lead for good with a 9-2 run to open the fourth quarter. Reinhart shot 15-for-16 at the foul line; Joshua Blanquisco shot 6-for-7 from the line in the final period.

E.J. King's Aileen FitzGerald dribbles against Matthew C. Perry's Nyla Matos and Aiana Bulan during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls basketball game. The Cobras won 51-18.

E.J. King's Aileen FitzGerald dribbles against Matthew C. Perry's Nyla Matos and Aiana Bulan during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls basketball game. The Cobras won 51-18. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Matthew C. Perry’s Nyla Matos and E.J. King’s Maliwan Schinker tussle for the ball during Saturday’s DODEA-Japan girls basketball game. The Cobras won 51-18.

Matthew C. Perry’s Nyla Matos and E.J. King’s Maliwan Schinker tussle for the ball during Saturday’s DODEA-Japan girls basketball game. The Cobras won 51-18. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Girls

Japan

King 51, Perry 18

Saturday at Sasebo Naval Base

Samurai 9 0 4 5 _18
Cobras 23 15 7 6 _51

Scoring — Cobras: Moa Best 22, Miu Best 11; Samurai: Myla Matos 6. Noteworthy — Cobras swept the season series 8-0. Moa Best scored all of her points in the first half. Miu Best had all of hers in the second half.

E.J. Kikng's Madylyn O'Neill looks for help against Matthew C. Perry's Nyla Matos during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls basketball game. The Cobras won 51-18.

E.J. Kikng's Madylyn O'Neill looks for help against Matthew C. Perry's Nyla Matos during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls basketball game. The Cobras won 51-18. (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 covers interservice and high school sports at DODEA-Pacific schools and manages the Pacific Storm Tracker.
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