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Wrestling JapanKanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools finalsSaturday at Tokyo Nile C. Kinnick 104, St. Mary’s 94, Christian Academy Japan 41, American School In Japan 39, Yokota 33, Zama 6 101 — 1, Eshan Singhi, St. Mary’s; 2, Caleb Heino, Yokota; 3, Ira Kadet, ASIJ; 4, John Lanzilotto, Kinnick.108 — 1, Charlie Labato, Kinnick; 2, JongPyeong Lee, St. Mary’s; 3, Austin Grimes, Yokota; 4, Lucy Johnson ASIJ.115 — 1, Chon Dareing, Kinnick; 2, Tatsuhito Matsumoto, St. Mary’s; 3, Egan Sadler, ASIJ; 4, Jordan Van Druff, CAJ.122 — 1, Lucas Wirth, Kinnick; 2, Rio Lemkuil, St. Mary’s; 3, Luke Alexander, Yokota; 4, Michael Yoshino, CAJ.129 — 1, Devoney Stanley, Kinnick; 2, Tatsuo Tanaka, St. Mary’s; 3, Joshua Larsen, ASIJ; 4, Cameron Mister, Yokota.135 — 1, Chang Young Lee, St. Mary’s; 2, Mason Smith, Kinnick; 3, Rin Zoot, ASIJ; 4, Michael Hoffman, Yokota.141 — 1, Ryo Osawa, St. Mary’s; 2, Kameron Leon Guerrero, Kinnick; 3, Nathan Bolinger, CAJ; 4, Kiernan Kell, ASIJ.148 — 1, Jacob Castro, Kinnick; 2, Jihoon Seo, St. Mary’s; 3, Willem Van Dam, CAJ; 4, Curtis Blunt, Zama.158 — 1, Callum Marshall, CAJ; 2, Austin Koslow, St. Mary’s; 3, Darius Swenson, Kinnick; 4, Zenon Sadler, ASIJ. Noteworthy — Marshall was voted Outstanding Wrestler.168 — 1, JinHwi Park, CAJ; 2, Marl Macato, Kinnick; 3, Mitchell Krcelic, St. Mary's’ 4, Samuel Preston, Zama.180 — 1, Dwayne Lyon, Kinnick; 2, Alex Patton, St. Mary’s; 3, Lawrence Yamaguchi, CAJ; 4, Noah Dobberfuhl, ASIJ.215 — 1, Shane Koslow, St. Mary’s; 2, Thomas Grespan, ASIJ; 3, Cameron Joley, Kinnick; 4, Chase Funk, Yokota.Heavyweight — 1, Mark Domery, Yokota; 2, Xander Debus, Yokota.

Basketball South KoreaKorean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division Tournament Saturday at SeoulDaegu 64, Osan 62 Warriors 14 13 19 18 — 64Cougars 9 18 8 27 — 62Scoring — Warriors: Keith Williams 21; Cougars: Cameron Jones 19, Justin Maglalang 11, Seiya Murphy 10. Rebounding — Cougars: Darius Dawson 12.Fifth place Daegu 54, Taejon Christian 52 Warriors 17 6 19 12 — 54Dragons 14 15 13 10 — 52Scoring — Warriors: Williams 27, Bishop Fields 12; Dragons: Sean Kim 14, Brinn Kim 12, Richard Redfern 11.Third place Seoul Foreign 52, Yongsan International 46 Guardians 10 11 10 15 — 46Crusaders 12 15 10 15 — 52Scoring — Crusaders: Nick Larsen 25; Guardians: Corban Remsburg 14, Nathan Moyer 12.Championship Seoul American 42, Humphreys 38 Blackhawks 12 14 2 10 — 38Falcons 6 14 11 11 — 42Scoring — Falcons: Quintin Metcalf 17, DeAndre Metcalf 11, Donnavan Scott 11; Blackhawks: Jalen Hill 16. Rebounding — Falcons: Q. Metcalf 13, D. Metcalf 9, Scott 6. Steals — Falcons: Willie Grandison 5.Awards Most Valuable Player — D.MetcalfTop Gun (leading scorer) — WilliamsBest Defender — Q.MetcalfBest Rebounder — Q. MetcalfTeam Sportsmanship — Seoul Foreign and YongsanAll-Tournament team — Seoul American: D. Metcalf, Grandison, Scott; Humphreys: Nate Hellams, Hill; Seoul Foreign: Larsen; Yongsan: Remsburg: Daegu: Williams; Taejon Christian: Richard Redfern; Osan: Cameron Jones.All-Conference team Humphreys: Hellams, Hill, Tyrell Alexander; Seoul American: D. Metcalf, Q. Metcalf; Seoul Foreign: Daniel Bang; Yongsan: Remsburg; Taejon Christian: Redfern; Daegu: Williams; Osan: Sung DeAngelo.

JapanDODEA-Japan Tournament Saturday at Yokota Air BaseFifth place Zama 51, Edgren 48 Eagles 14 3 14 17 — 48Trojans 15 11 13 12 — 51Scoring — Trojans: Cameron Waters-Daniels 15, Ziaire Johnson 10, Donnie McNeal 10; Eagles: Jun Doria 25, Christian Enyeart 10, Elijah Pugh 10. Rebounding — Eagles: Pugh 14, Enyeart 13.Third place Yokota 51, Perry 42 Samurai 4 7 20 11 — 42Panthers 13 19 7 12 — 51Scoring — Panthers: Renyck Robertson 13, Hunter Cort 12, Marquis Smith-Brown 11; Samurai: Sidney Parks 12, Garrett Macias 12.Championship King 70, Kinnick 55 Red Devils 10 9 19 17 — 55Cobras 15 16 21 18 — 70Scoring — Cobras: Cameron Rozzell 16, Gemmar Caasi 15, Dyson Robinson 14, Seth Hudson 13, Devin Robinson 12; Red Devils: Jacob Germany 14, Davion Roberts 14, Kedrick Stockman 10, Gage Henderson 10.Awards Most Valuable Player — Devin RobinsonAll-Tournament team — King: Robinson, Dyson Robinson, Rozzell; Kinnick: Henderson, Davion Roberts; Hunter Cort, Kishaun Kimble-Brooks, Yokota; Waters-Daniels, Zama; Enyeart, Robert D. Edgren; Parks, Matthew C. Perry.

Girls South KoreaKorean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division Tournament Saturday at SeoulHumphreys 38, Daegu 23 Scoring — Blackhawks: Jaedyn Jones 19; Warriors: Mylisse Spurgon 13.Fifth place Yongsan 44, Humphreys 12 Guardians 14 7 16 7 — 44Blackhawks 2 6 2 2 — 12Scoring — Guardians: Andre Lee 20, Soo Lee 12; Blackhawks: Jones 6. Noteworthy — A. Lee hit six three-point goals, four in the first quarter.Third place Osan 32, Taejon Christian 21 Cougars 11 9 4 8 — 32Dragons 2 6 9 4 — 21Scoring — Cougars: Natalyah Shaw 12, Christina Hoff 10; Dragons: MacKenzie Smith 9.Championship Seoul American 38, Seoul Foreign 25 Crusaders 2 4 11 8 — 25Falcons 8 8 9 13 — 38Scoring — Falcons: Krista Bradley 12, Jayla Crawford 11; Crusaders: Gia Kang 9, Tabatha Kim 9.Awards Most Valuable Player — BradleyTop Gun (leading scorer) — KangBest Defender — Janet Lee, Seoul ForeignBest Rebounder — CrawfordAll-Tournament team — Seoul American: Bradley, Crawford, Sierra Furner; Seoul Foreign: Kang, Mischa Kim; Osan: Hoff; Taejon Christian: MacKenzie Smith; Yongsan: Lee; Humphreys: Cody Cleopatra, Asia Green.All-Conference team — Seoul American: Bradley, Crawford, Alyse Neal; Seoul Foreign: Kang, Kim; Osan: Natalyah Shaw; Yongsan: Lee; Humphreys: Sydney Wilson; Daegu: Spurgon.

JapanDODEA-Japan Tournament Saturday at Yokota Air BaseFifth place King 49, Perry 23 Samurai 2 10 4 7 — 23Cobras 16 10 6 17 — 49Scoring — Cobras: Gabi Shultz 16, Zanetta Boyd 14, Claire May 13; Samurai: Taniya Smith 12.Third place Kinnick 40, Zama 21 Red Devils 9 9 13 9 — 40Trojans 12 3 3 3 — 21Scoring — Red Devils: Kailee Rucker 10, Jade McGinnis 10; Trojans: Faith Bryant 5, Jazmine Diwa 5.Championship Yokota 48, Edgren 38 Panthers 12 12 10 14 — 48Eagles 9 5 15 9 — 38Scoring — Panthers: Jamia Bailey 22; Eagles: Coko Magby 17, Karen Anastos 15. Rebounding — Eagles: Ja’la Wade 12, Magby 7. Assists — Panthers: J. Bailey 5. Steals — Panthers: J. Bailey 7.Awards Most Valuable Player — J.Bailey.All-Tournament team — Yokota: Bailey, Britney Bailey, Sally Lambie, Yokota; Edgren: Anastos, Magby; Kinnick: Venus Hill, Rucker; Perry: Lebet Erhart; Zama: Tasia Nelson; King: Boyd.


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