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Pacific Scoreboard: Feb. 1, 2020

Humphreys' Myles Johnson loses his balance underneath the basket while surrounded by Osan defenders during Saturday's DODEA-Korea Cup boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won the game 72-52.

LILY AUSTINSON/SPECIAL TO STRIPES

By STARS AND STRIPES Published: February 1, 2020

Note: This article has been corrected.

High school

Wrestling

South Korea

Saturday at Incheon
Humphreys 33, Osan 31
101 —
Jeremy Cho, Humphreys, tech. Kelly Kenyon; 108 — Alex Toro, Humphreys, by walkover; 115 — Fallon Trajanowski, Humphreys, by walkover; 122 — DeShaun Adkins, Humphreys, tech. Sam Hendrickson; 129 — Zathian Soto, Osan, pin. Cristian Ji, 1:33; 135 — Nathan Morales, Osan, pin. Adison Gordon, 1:30; 141 — Toy Williams, Osan, pin. Leeroy Chiu, 2:28; 148 — Ramil Celones, Osan, pin. Philip Crouch, 4:40; 158 — Benicio Mariscal, Humphreys, pin. Isaac Ciochetto, 1:17; 168 — Marcus Inthavixay, Osan, pin. James Ahn, 3:40; 180 — Ikaika Mendoza, Humphreys, by walkover; 215 — Isaiah Owens, Humphreys, by walkover; Heavyweight — Myles Bradley, Osan, pin. Dontrell Powers, 1:53.

Humphreys 63, Daegu 0
101 —
Cho by walkover 108 — Toro by walkover; 115 — Trajanowski by walkover; 122 — Adkins by walkover; 129 — Ji pin. Jayvon Pryor, 1:50; 135 — Gordon by walkover; 141 — Chiu by walkover; 148 — Crouch tech. Anna Aguirre; 158 — Peter Teachout, Humphreys, tech. Albony Pryor; 168 — Ahn by walkover; 180 — Mendoza by walkover; 215 — Owens by walkover; Heavyweight — Powers by walkover.

Osan 42, Daegu 2
101 —
Kenyon by walkover; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Not contested; 122 — Hendrickson by walkover; 129 — Soto tech. J. Pryor; 135 — Morales by walkover; 141 — Williams by walkover; 148 — Celones tech. Aguirre; 158 — Ciochetto tech. A. Pryor; 168 — Inthavixay by walkover; 180 — Not contested; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Bradley by walkover.

Japan

Kanto Plain finals
Saturday at Tokyo
St. Mary’s 80, American School In Japan 76, Nile C. Kinnick 74, Yokota 47, Zama 31, Christian Academy Japan 14
101 —
D.J. Hurtado, Kinnick, tech. Kaisei Smith, ASIJ, 10-0; Smith finished in third place. Championship: Hurtado tech. Shane, 12-2, 3:45.
108 — Masaya Toyokawa, St. Mary’s, def. Cruzy Cruz, Zama, injury default; Bryce Clement, ASIJ, tech. Toyokawa, 12-2; Michael Lozano, Kinnick, pin. Parley Kartchner, Yokota, 1:20; Kartchner def. Cruz, injury default. Third: Toyokawa tech. Kartchner, 14-4. Championship: Clement pin. Lozano, 1:42.
115 — Ikki Minamikawa, St. Mary’s, tech. Leon Miller, ASIJ, 11-0; Juan Smith, Kinnick, dec. Joe Frazier, CAJ, 22-18. Third: Frazier tech. Miller, 11-1. Championship: Smith pin. Minamikawa, 1:03.
122 — Mark Sowell, Kinnick, dec. Wayne Ho, St. Mary’s, 11-10; Ira Kadet, ASIJ, tech. Peter Junker, CAJ, 10-0; Caleb Heino, Yokota, tech. Sowell, 11-0; Kaito Hayashi, Zama, dec. Kadet, 19-15; Junker tech. Sowell, 19-8; Kadet pin. Ho, :53. Third: Kadet pin. Junker, 1:56. Championship: Heino tech. Hayashi, 10-0.
129 — Moises Caravajal, Zama, pin. Justice Rose, Kinnick, 3:47; Eiji Kasahara, St. Mary’s, tech. Caravajal, 13-0; Take Zoot, ASIJ, tech. Chris DeGrella, Yokota, 10-0; DeGrella pin. Rose, 2:40. Third: DeGrella tech. Caravajal, 18-8. Championship: Zoot pin. Kasahara, 4:36.
135 — Caleb Jones, Yokota, pin. Amon Edberg, CAJ, :26; Jasjot Bedi, St. Mary’s, pin. Angel Fuentes, Zama, 1:56; Kai Hartman, ASIJ, pin. Jones, 5:19; Bedi pin. Kenerick McDanel, Kinnick, 2:02; Jones pin. Fuentes, 1:59; Edberg def. McDanel, injury default. Third: Jones pin. Edberg, 2:25. Championship: Bedi pin. Hartman, 3:30.
141 — Ricky Lindemann, ASIJ, tech. Tai Van Dam, CAJ, 10-0; Hikaru Shimada, St. Mary’s, pin. Lindemann, :52; Josiah Millare, Kinnick, tech. Owen Taylor, Yokota, 10-0; Taylor tech. Van Dam, 12-0. Third: Taylor pin. Lindemann, 5:47. Championship: Shimada tech. Millare, 11-1, 3:00.
148 — Eligh Cabe, Zama, pin. Luke Dobberfuhl, 4:17; Joey DeGrella, Yokota, dec. Cabe, 11-7; Jo Inoue, St. Mary’s, dec. Iain Moore, Kinnick, 11-6; Moore dec. Dobberfuhl, 8-5. Third: Moore dec. Cabe, 11-8. Championship: Inoue dec. DeGrella, 10-6.
158 — Rin Zoot, ASIJ, pin. Bryce Mack, Zama, :19; Warren Koslow, St. Mary’s, dec. Ethan Hamilton, Kinnick, 3-1. Third: Hamilton pin. Mack, :58. Championship: Zoot tech. Koslow, 10-0, 1:24.
168 — Shawn Dobberfuhl, ASIJ, pin. Milton Jones, Zama, 1:02; Alex Lovell, Kinnick, tech. Dobberfuhl, 14-4; Lev Titov, St. Mary’s, pin. Mak Togans, Yokota, 1:00; Togans pin. Jones, 1:21. Third: Togans dec. Dobberfuhl, 14-12. Championship: Lovell dec. Titov, 19-17.
180 — Luke Robottom, St. Mary’s, tech. Josh Petty, Zama, 10-0; SungWon Kim, CAJ, tech. Kai Harbert, Yokota, 15-5; Robottom pin. Liam Kell, ASIJ, 2:05; Kaleb Leon Guerrero, Kinnick, dec. Kim, 11-10; Kell tech. Harbert, 11-0; Kim tech. Petty, 14-4. Third: Kell tech. Kim, 10-0. Championship: Leon Guerrero tech. Robottom, 12-1, 2:30.
215 — Dani Rahman, ASIJ, tech. Riley Jones, Zama, 10-0; Lucas Watkins, Kinnick, tech. Jingu Kim, St. Mary’s, 12-2. Third: Jones dec. Kim, 16-15. Championship: Rahman pin. Watkins, 1:30.
Heavyweight — Desmond Martin, Zama, pin. John Shipman, Kinnick, 2:59; Nick Sales, Yokota, pin. Nathaniel Dubois, ASIJ, 1:24. Third: Dubois pin. Shipman, 1:04. Championship: Martin pin. Sales, 4:34.


Basketball

Boys

South Korea

DODEA-Korea Cup Tournament
Saturday at Osan Air Base
Humphreys 72, Osan 52
Blackhawks 20 14 26 12 — 72
Cougars    10 14 14 14 — 52
Scoring — Blackhawks: Collin Metcalf 16, Junior Gregory 15, Myles Johnson 15, Connor Coyne 11; Cougars: Israel Rouse 14, Bryson Goldsmith 14, Gavin Lunn 10. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Metcalf 12, Gregory 10. Assists — Blackhawks: Johnson 7, Gregory 5. Steals — Blackhawks: Gregory 6.

Humphreys 70, Daegu 31
Blackhawks
15 18 15 22 — 70
Warriors    6  8 12  5 — 31
Scoring — Blackhawks: Metcalf 18, Sean Cook 10; Warriors: Princeton Newbold 8, Ziadec Barjolo 8. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Metcalf 19. Assists — Blackhawks: Johnson 7, Gregory 5. Steals — Blackhawks: Gregory 7.

Osan 68, Daegu 58
Warriors
20 19 11 18 — 68
Cougars  11 19 12 16 — 58
Scoring — Cougars: Goldsmith 17, Joseph Cornelius 14, Lunn 11; Warriors: Zach Tavuyango 15; Antwoine McCall 12, Barjolo 10.

Okinawa

14th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament
Saturday at Camp Foster
Pool A
Kadena 59, Oroku A 47
Oroku
A   7  8 13 19 — 47
Panthers 15 17 18  9 — 59
Scoring — Panthers: John Michael Hall 16.

Kadena 85, Chinen 47
Panthers
33 12 21 20 — 85
Chinen   13 11 10 13 — 47
Scoring — Panthers: Hall 16, Blake Dearborn 12.

Oroku A 66, Chinen 47

Pool B
Ginowan 67, Kubasaki 47
Dragons
12  9 11 15 — 47
Ginowan 15 17 16 19 — 67
Scoring — Dragons: Sebastian Stone 17.

Kubasaki 79, Oroku B 73
Dragons
20 25 18 16 — 79
Oroku B 26 15 19 13 — 73
Scoring — Dragons: Kiyon Smith 18, Stone 18, Mason Taylor 14, Micah Moore 11. Rebounding — Dragons: Moore 7, Stone 6.

Ginowan 60, Oroku B 45

Sunday’s games
Oroku A vs. Oroku B, 10:30 a.m.
Chinen vs. Kubasaki, 10:30 a.m.
Semifinals
Kadena vs. Game 1 winner, 1:30 p.m.
Ginowan vs. Game 2 winner, 1:30 p.m.
Third
Semifinal losers, 4:30 p.m.
Championship
Semifinal winners, 4:30 p.m.

Japan

Zama 67, Edgren 50
Saturday at Misawa Air Base
Trojans 21 15 11 20 — 67
Eagles   9 17 11 13 — 50
Scoring — Trojans: Terrence Ward 15, Kalil Irby 14, Chandler Platt 14, Keshawn McNeill 12; Eagles: Nasir Sales 15, Jaret Belario-Nakri 11. Noteworthy — Irby hit four three-point goals as Trojans swept the two-game weekend set.

Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni
Kinnick 64, King 59
Red Devils
13 19 15 47 — 64
Cobras     20 12 16 11 — 59
Scoring — Red Devils: Corey Hollingsworth 18, James Mincey 16, Tijari Marshall 13; Cobras: Jalen Nall 22, L.J. Scarver 11, Cameron Reinhart 10. Noteworthy — Hollingsworth scored 12 second-quarter points and Mincey went 9-for-10 at the foul line.

Perry 65, Noda Gakuin 16
Noda Gakuin
5  4  3  4 — 16
Samurai    18 24 12 11 — 65
Scoring — Samurai: Shion Fleming 26, Dylan Schuch 11, Justin Andres 11.

Guam

Father Duenas 64, Guam High 44
Friday at Agana Heights
Quarter splits not available. Scoring — Friars: Blaise Ada 17, Nathan Perkins-Fuesser 13; Panthers: Nicholas Keefe 15. Rebounding — Friars: Daryll Robles 6, Kyle Camacho 6; Panthers: Keefe 5, Tobias Eckles 5.
 

Girls

South Korea

DODEA-Korea Cup Tournament
Saturday at Osan Air Base
Humphreys 50, Osan 17
Blackhawks
12 25  9  4 — 50
Cougars     5  4  4  4 — 17

Daegu 27, Humphreys 24
Blackhawks
4 12  2  6 — 24
Warriors   9  6  8  4 — 27
Scoring — Warriors: Bethani Newbold 11. Rebounding — Warriors: Lexie Berry 10. Blocked shots — Warriors: Jya Van 12.

Daegu 44, Osan 7
Warriors
18 17  9  0 — 44
Cougars   0  3  4  0 —  7
Scoring — Warriors: Newbold 15, Ariel Harvey 12, Jaela Sahegan 10. Assists — Warriors: Newbold 8. Blocked shots — Warriors: Van 12.

Okinawa

14th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament
Saturday at Camp Foster
Pool A
Kadena 55, Ginowan 39
Panthers
17  2 19 17 — 55
Ginowan  13 10  4 12 — 39
Scoring — Panthers: Gracie Okubo 13, Kyleigh Wright 12, Shyrelle Riley 10, Alexis Boyer 10.

Oroku 85, Kadena 35
Panthers
11 12  6  6 — 35
Oroku    15 30 16 24 — 85
Scoring — Panthers: Boyer 10.

Ginowan 65, Oroku 62

Pool B
Itoman 76, Kubasaki 21
Dragons
4  3  6  8 — 21
Itoman 23 21  9 20 — 73
Scoring — Dragons: Brynn Murray 7. Rebounding — Dragons: Sophia Grubbs 15.

Nago 60, Kubasaki 19
Dragons
6  5  4  4 — 19
Nago   17 23  8 12 — 60
Scoring — Dragons: Grubbs, Racquelle Kilian 6. Rebounding — Dragons: Kilian 15, Grubbs 12.

Itoman 61, Nago 39

Sunday’s games
Ginowan vs. Kubasaki, 9 a.m.
Kadena vs. Nago, 9 a.m.
Semifinals
Oroku vs. Game 1 winner, noon
Itoman vs. Game 2 winner, noon
Third
Semifinal losers, 3 p.m.
Championship
Semifinal winners, 3 p.m.

Japan

Zama 76, Edgren 32
Saturday at Misawa Air Base
Trojans 15 15 21 25 — 76
Eagles   4 11  9  8 — 32
Scoring — Trojans: Chloe Sterling 29, Kirari Smith 23, Jessica Atkinson 15; Eagles: Taylor Best 8. Noteworthy — Sterling, Smith and Atkinson combined for 43 second-half points.

King 61, Perry 36
Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni
Cobras 16  8 12 25 — 61
Samurai 5 12 13  6 — 36
Scoring — Cobras: Avanni Gardner 24, Ellen May 20, Peiadra Sutton 15; Samurai: Becca Noble 20, Jia Asprer 10. Noteworthy — Cobras went on a 21-4 fourth-quarter run. May had 12 fourth-quarter points, Gardner 10 in the third quarter and Sutton 10 in the first quarter.

Correction: Humphreys' Darius Nicholson was misidentified in a photograph in an earlier version of this article.

Humphreys' Darius Nicholson gets sandwiched by two Osan defenders during Saturday's boys basketball game in the DODEA-Korea Cup tournament. The Blackhawks won the game 72-52.
LILY AUSTINSON/SPECIAL TO STRIPES