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Pacific Scoreboard: Dec. 9, 2017

By STARS AND STRIPES Published: December 9, 2017

High school

Wrestling

South Korea

Saturday at Daejeon
Humphreys 28, Daegu 9
101 —
Not contested; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Sam Lister, Humphreys, by walkover; 122 — Ben Lister, Humphreys, by walkover; 129 — Dillon Rix, Humphreys, by walkover; 135 — Peter Teachout, Humphreys, by walkover; 141 — Not contested; 148 — Thomas Catalano, Humphreys, dec. Gavin Jackson; 158 — Hunter Lane, Daegu, tech. Devin Rix; 168 — Tim Jones, Daegu, tech. Ethan Simpson; 180 — Erich Gries, Humphreys, by walkover; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Not contested.

Daegu 14, Osan 11
101 —
Not contested; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Not contested; 122 — Not contested; 129 — Kojiro VanHoose, Osan, by walkover; 135 — Marcus Inthavixay, Osan, by walkover; 141 — Not contested; 148 — Jackson by walkover; 158 — Lane tech. Hunter VanHoose; 168 — Jones by walkover; 180 — Not contested; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Not contested.

Humphreys 31, Osan 9
101 —
Not contested; 108 — Not contested; 115 — S. Lister by walkover; 122 — B. Lister by walkover; 129 — K. VanHoose pin. Di. Rix, 1:25; 135 — Teachout pin. Inthavixay, 1:10; 141 — Not contested; 148 — Catalano by walkover; 158 — H. VanHoose tech. De. Rix; 168 — Simpson by walkover; 180 — Gries by walkover; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Not contested.

Seoul American 26, Osan 14
101 —
Jacob Schuck, Seoul, by walkover; 108 — Max Harding, Seoul, by walkover; 115 — Ty White, Seoul, by walkover; 122 — Logan Prather, Seoul, by walkover; 129 — K. VanHoose pin. Effrain Velasquez, 1:20; 135 — Inthavixay pin. Levi Manville, 2:02; 141 — Not contested; 148 — Not contested; 158 — Not contested; 168 — H. VanHoose tech. Amon Manville; 180 — Brenton Carver, Seoul, by walkover; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Not contested.

Seoul American 39, Daegu 11
101 —
Schuck by walkover; 108 — Harding by walkover; 115 — White by walkover; 122 — Prather by walkover; 129 — Logan Howell, Seoul, tech. Oscar Melendez; 135 — L. Manville by walkover; 141 — Not contested; 148 — Jackson by walkover; 158 — Lane by walkover; 168 — A. Manville pin. Jones, :52; 180 — Carver by walkover; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Not contested.

Humphreys 29, Seoul American 20
101 —
Schuck by walkover; 108 — Harding by walkover; 115 — White pin. S. Lister, :58; 122 — B. Lister tech. Prather; 129 — Di. Rix pin. Velasquez, 1:20; 135 — Teachout pin. L. Manville, 2:22; 141 — Not contested; 148 — Catalano by walkover; 158 — De. Rix by walkover; 168 — A. Manville pin. Simpson, 2:25; 180 — Gries pin. Carver, 2:10; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Not contested.

Japan

Christian Academy Japan Invitational Tournament
Saturday at Tokyo
St. Mary’s 99, Nile C. Kinnick 96, Yokota 26, American School In Japan 19, CAJ 17, Matthew C. Perry 16, Robert D. Edgren 13, Zama 7, E.J. King 0
Boys
101 —
1, Caleb Heino, Yokota; 2, Aaryon Batra, St. Mary’s; 3, Jasjat Bedi, St. Mary’s; 4, John Lanzilotta, Kinnick.
108 — 1, Eiji Kasahara, St. Mary’s; 2, Joe Frazier, CAJ; 3 (tie), Jabari Hazelwood, Kinnick; Ben Buchanan, MCP.
115 — 1, Jordan Van Druff, CAJ; 2, Harold Mancia, St. Mary’s; 3 (tie), Kaiden Meyer, Yokota; Ira Kadet, ASIJ.
122 — 1, William Krcelic, St. Mary’s; 2, Joseph DeGrella, Yokota; 3 (tie), Tatsuhito Matsumoto, St. Mary’s; Drew Swenson, Edgren.
129 — 1, Raphael Gomez, Edgren; 2, Kai Atobe, St. Mary’s; 3 (tie), Zachary Kornegay, Kinnick; Keanu Rose, Kinnick.
135 — 1, Devoney Stanley, Kinnick; 2, Dai Matsumoto, St. Mary’s; 3 (tie), Kenerick McDaniel, Kinnick; Patrick Kelly, Kinnick.
141 — 1, Mason Smith, Kinnick; 2, Nishant Chanda, St. Mary’s; 3 (tie), Ethan Hamilton, Kinnick; Rin Zoot, ASIJ.
148 — 1, Jacob Castro, Kinnick; 2, Marc Morgan, Kinnick; 3 (tie), Lev Titov, St. Mary’s; Jihoon Seo, St. Mary’s.
158 — 1, Darius Swenson, Kinnick; 2, Ryo Sawa, St. Mary’s; 3 (tie), Andrew Borrero, MCP; Liam Kell, ASIJ.
168 — 1, Austin Koslow, St. Mary’s; 2, Jonathan Dowdell, Zama; 3 (tie), Hunter Staley, MCP; Kameron Leon Guerrero, Kinnick.
180 — 1, Alex Patton, St. Mary’s; 2, Marl Macato, Kinnick; 3 (tie), Cameron Ewens, Yokota; Austin Fisher, Yokota.
215 — 1, Noah Dobberfuhl, ASIJ; 2, Chris Mason, Kinnick; 3, Nilay Hingarh, St. Mary’s; 4, John McIntosh, Kinnick.
Heavyweight — 1, Connor Joley, Kinnick; 2, Marshall China, MCP; 3, Cameron Joley, Kinnick; 4, Jalen Harrison, Yokota.
Girls
A Division —
1, Kadee Samford, MCP; 2, Taina Marsh, Edgren; 3, Angelique McKenzie, EJK; 4, Corrine Nepaial, Yokota.
B Division — 1, Layla Standbridge, Yokota; 2, Ada Moreira, Kinnick; 3, Samantha Hendrickson, Edgren; 4, Kaitlyn Wagner, Yokota.
C Division — 1, Lani Vongsy, Kinnick; 2, Shemiah Lawson, Edgren; 3, Kate Munsell, MCP; 4, Natasha Takahashi, CAJ.
D Division — 1, Jessica Taylor, Edgren; 2, Samira Liggette, Edgren; 3, Saira Felix, Edgren; 4, Grayce Becker, Yokota.
E Division — 1, Alicia Alexander, Yokota; 2, Mikaela Jones, Yokota; 3, Mykelah Johnson, Edgren.
 

Basketball

Boys

South Korea

Seoul American 45, Daegu 44
Saturday at Yongsan Garrison
Warriors 12  6  8 18 — 44
Falcons   8 14 13 10 — 45
Scoring — Falcons: Caleb Lee 21, Miguel Villareal 12; Warriors: Elijah Bembischew 12. Rebounding — Falcons: Blake Christianson 12, Villareal 9, Lee 6. Steals — Falcons: Villareal 5. Noteworthy — Warriors filed a protest after the game, claiming that the official scorebook failed to include two Warriors points down the stretch that would have made Daegu the winner.

Yongsan 51, Osan 45
Saturday at Osan Air Base
Guardians 12 12 14 13 — 51
Cougars    3 14 13 15 — 45
Scoring — Guardians: Nathan Moyer 25, Josh Swanson 15; Cougars: Daniel Jamerson 14. Rebounding — Guardians: Moyer 14.

Okinawa

Kadena 79, Zion Christian 36
Saturday at Kadena Air Base
Lions     6 12 10  8 — 36
Panthers 23 20 20 16 — 79
Scoring — Panthers: Montez Young Jr. 24, Kai Harris 14, Eric McCarter 10; Lions: Masato Chae 15, Zechariah Jones 13.

Kubasaki 73, Maehara 69, OT
Saturday at Maehara
Dragons 14 15 15 21  8 — 73
Maehara  8 11 26 20  4 — 69
Scoring — Dragons: Ilijah Washington 21, Elonzo Higginson III 18, Jonathan Hoppe 15, Damien Dorval 14. Rebounding — Dragons: Washington 24, Higginson 13, Dorval 12.

Japan

Kinnick 79, Edgren 39
Saturday at Misawa Air Base
Red Devils 21 33 14 11 — 79
Eagles     17  9  7  6 — 39
Scoring — Red Devils: Kedrick Stockman 20, Davion Roberts 15; Eagles: Roman Perez 18. Rebounding — Red Devils: Roberts 10.

Western Japan Athletic Association Basketball Festival
Saturday at Kobe
King 83, Perry 74
Samurai
19 14 15 26 — 74
Cobras  23 25 18 17 — 83
Scoring — Cobras: Dyson Robinson 30, Sidney Parks 29, Elijah Dannel 14; Samurai: Kapili Gleason 21, C.J. Dilport 16.

King 76, Senri-Osaka 54
Sabres 
7 12 19 16 — 54
Cobras 18 16 30 12 — 76
Scoring — Cobras: Robinson 30, Parks 21, Dannel 12. Rebounding — Cobras: Robinson 15. Blocked shots — Cobras: Robinson 5.

Senri-Osaka 79, Perry 54
Samurai
15 14 13 12 — 54
Sabres  20 19 20 20 — 79
Scoring — Samurai: Gleason 25, Jericho Eusebio 13. Noteworthy — Gleason scored 15 of his 25 points on three-point goals.

Girls

South Korea

Seoul American 57, Daegu 35
Saturday at Yongsan Garrison
Warriors 5 11 10  9 — 35
Falcons 26  7 11 13 — 57
Scoring — Falcons: Maria Bruch 17, Alyse Neal 14, Krista Bradley 12; Warriors: Bethani Newbold 20, DaiJa Turner 15. Rebounding — Falcons: Renee Thompson 8, Ebony Dykes 5. Steals — Falcons: Bradley 8, Bruch 6. Assists — Falcons: Bruch 5.

Yongsan 41, Osan 36
Saturday at Osan Air Base
Guardians 5  8 10 18 — 41
Cougars   6 13 12  5 — 36
Scoring — Guardians: Ashley Cho 14, Andre Lee 13, Rachael Ko 12; Cougars: Lizzy White 10. Rebounding — Guardians: Ko 13.

Japan

Yokota 66, St. Maur 21
Saturday at Yokohama
Panthers 15 21 23  7 — 66
Cougars   7  8  4  2 — 21
Scoring — Panthers: Britney Bailey 43, Emily Taynton 12. Rebounding — Panthers: Bailey 21. Noteworthy — Bailey broke the 17-season-old DODEA-Japan record for points in a single game, 41, set by Robert D. Edgren’s YeVonne Sears in February 2000. The DODEA-Pacific single-game record is 44, set by Kubasaki’s Gabby Falco in 2009.

Edgren 25, Kinnick 23
Saturday at Misawa Air Base
Red Devils 6  5  9  3 — 23
Eagles     8  9  3  5 — 25
Scoring — Eagles: Karen Anastos 10; Red Devils: Jade McGinnis 10. Rebounding — Eagles: Christina Taylor 7, Anastos 6. Assists — Eagles: Aaliyah Scott 5.

Western Japan Athletic Association Basketball Festival
Saturday at Osaka
King 57, Perry 21
Samurai
4  2 11  4 — 21
Cobras 11 18  8 20 — 57
Scoring — Cobras: Zanitta Boyd 22, Gabi Shultz 15, Claire May 14; Samurai: Kayla Litzau 6.

Canadian Academy 34, Perry 19
Falcons
16  7  2  9 — 34
Samurai  8  1 10  0 — 19
Scoring — Samurai: Taniya Smith 9. Rebounding — Samurai: Smith 7.

Senri-Osaka 42, Perry 26
Samurai
9  4  6  7 — 26
Sabres 10 11  6 15 — 42
Scoring — Samurai: Madison Swieczkowski 12.

King 44, Canadian Academy 26
Falcons
3  8  5 10 — 26
Cobras 26  6 12  0 — 44
Scoring — Cobras: May 17, Boyd 10.

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