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Pacific Scoreboard: Feb. 14, 2019

Nile C. Kinnick's Tristan Venturina and Chris Watson hem in Yokota's Ethan Gaume during Tuesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 96-68.

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By STARS AND STRIPES Published: February 14, 2019

High school

Wrestling

Japan

Kanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools finals
Tuesday at Tokyo
St. Mary’s 91, American School In Japan 79, Nile C. Kinnick 65, Yokota 42, Zama 25, Christian Academy Japan 21
John Michael Kwak Memorial Award —
Alexi Mutoh, Kinnick.
Outstanding Wrestler — Rin Zoot, ASIJ.
101
Mikhail Titov, St. Mary’s, tech. Kyle Burger, ASIJ, 10-0; Burger finished third. Championship — Mutoh tech. Titov, 12-2.
108
Jordan Van Druff, CAJ, pin. Anthony Rodrigues, Kinnick, :15; Caleb Heino, Yokota, pin. Katsumi Tokunaga, ASIJ, 1:34. Third place — Tokunaga pin. Rodriguez, :18. Championship — Van Druff dec. Heino, 10-2.
115
Tre Boot-Nelson, Kinnick, pin. Angel Alcala, Zama, 4:40; Eiji Kasahara, St. Mary’s, tech. Boot-Nelson, 12-0; Take Zoot, ASIJ, pin. Joe Frazier, CAJ, 1:27; Frazier pin. Alcala, :12. Third place — Frazier pin. Boot-Nelson, :33. Championship — Kasahara tech. T. Zoot, 16-5.
122
Kaito Hayashi, Zama, pin. Samin Hoque, St. Mary’s, 5:27; Chris DeGrella, Yokota, tech. Peter Junker, CAJ, 10-0; Ira Kadet, ASIJ, def. Hayashi by walkover; Hoque tech. Junker, 11-0. Third place — Hoque tech. Hayashi, 12-1. Championship — Kadet pin. C. DeGrella, 1:46.
129
Theodore Lewis, CAJ, pin. Angel Fuentes, Zama, time unavailable; Kenerick McDanel, Kinnick, pin. Michiru Warren, 2:48; Harold Mancia, St. Mary’s, tech. Lewis, 10-0; Warren pin. Fuentes, 1:35. Third place — Warren pin. Lewis, 3:54. Championship — Mancia tech. McDanel, 16-6.
135
Riki Fameli, Zama, tech. Tai Van Dam, CAJ, 11-0; Josiah Millare, Kinnick, tech. Ricky Lindemann, ASIJ, 10-0; William Krcelic, St. Mary’s, tech. Fameli, 10-0; Lindemann pin. Van Dam, 1:04. Third place — Fameli tech. Lindemann, 10-0. Championship — Krcelic tech. Millare, 11-0.
141
Joe DeGrella, Yokota, tech. Leo Karita, CAJ, 10-0; Egan Sadler, ASIJ, pin. Eligh Cabe, Zama, :37; Nishant Chanda, St. Mary’s, pin. J. DeGrella, :29; E. Sadler tech. Ethan Hamilton, Kinnick, 11-1; J. DeGrella pin. Cabe, 2:10; Hamilton tech. Karitz, 10-0. Third place — Hamilton tech. J. DeGrella, 10-0. Championship — Chanda dec. E. Sadler, 11-8.
148
Cole Lawlor, St. Mary’s, tech. Kyong Chun, CAJ, 10-0; Kieran Kell, ASIJ, dec. Kaleb Leon Guerrero, 4-3. Third place — Leon Guerrero tech. Chun, 10-0. Championship — Lawlor pin. Kell, 1:14.
158
Ian Moore, Kinnick, tech. Haruki Fuentes, 11-0; Warren Koslow, St. Mary’s, tech. Mack Togan, Yokota, 10-0; R. Zoot tech. Moore, 10-0; Togan pin. Fuentes, :39. Third place — Togan tech. Moore, 14-4. Championship — R. Zoot tech. W. Koslow, 11-0.
168
Zenon Sadler, ASIJ, pin. Aubrey St. John, Kinnick, 1:56; Lev Titov, St. Mary’s, pin. Cameron Ewens, Yokota, 5:00. Third place — Ewens pin. St. John, 1:24. Championship — Z. Sadler tech. Titov, 12-2.
180
Cain Mumford, Zama, pin. Lucas Watkins, Kinnick, :41; Austin Fisher, Yokota, pin. Masa Kawasaki, ASIJ, 1:25; Austin Koslow, St. Mary’s, tech. Mumford, 10-0; Kawasaki pin. Watkins, :31. Third place — Mumford pin. Kawasaki, 1:46. Championship — A. Koslow tech. Fisher, 10-0.
215
Jonathan McIntosh, Kinnick, pin. Michael Patton, St. Mary’s, :22; Dani Rahman, ASIJ, pin. Joey Nishida, Yokota, :19. Third place — Patton pin. Nishida, :18. Championship — McIntosh pin. Rahman, 1:57.
Heavyweight
Kemal Newton, Kinnick, pin. Zay Jackson, Yokota, :48; Jackson finished third. Championship — Desmond Martin, Zama, pin. Newton, 2:05.
 

Basketball

Boys

Okinawa

Kubasaki 64, Okinawa Christian 19
Thursday at Camp Foster
Crusaders 5  0  7  7 — 19
Dragons  22 14  8 20 — 64
Scoring — Dragons: Sebastian Stowe 10, Isaac Workman 10.

Japan

Matthew C. Perry 55, Takizumu 51
Thursday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni
Takizumu 14  8 13 16 — 51
Samurai  10 15 22  8 — 55
Scoring — Samurai: Lorenzo Brown II 23. Rebounding — Samurai: Anthony Laney 13, Deion Stephens 7, Brown 6, Jomari Silang 6, Justin Andres 5. Assists — Samurai: Laney 9.

Kinnick 96, Yokota 68
Tuesday at Yokosuka Naval Base
Panthers   18 18 14 18 — 68
Red Devils 21 23 29 23 — 96
Scoring — Red Devils: Davion Roberts 37, Rashad Rapada 19, Chris Watson 15, Justice Jackson 12; Panthers: Riley DeMarco 16, David Carlson 13, Connor Rowan 12, Ken Baarde 12.

ASIJ 63, Zama 51
Tuesday at Camp Zama
Mustangs 14 14 20 15 — 63
Trojans  10 18 13  8 — 51
Scoring — Mustangs: Riku Ishida 19, Aaron Fuchs 15; Trojans: Chandler Platt 20, Jeremiah Stewart 13.

Yokota 45, CAJ 44
Thursday at Tokyo
Panthers 16 11  9  9—45
Knights  15  3 13 13—44
Scoring — Panthers: David Carlson 16; Knights: Enosh Mutenda 11, Koji Matsuoka 11, Eugene Reedy 10.

Girls

Okinawa

Kubasaki 44, Zion Christian 28
Thursday at Camp Foster
Lions    2  6  6 14 — 28
Dragons 10 10 15  9 — 44
Scoring — Dragons: Megan Charnowski 15, Haley Hansen 12, Brandi Smith 12.

Japan

Yokota 42, Kinnick 20
Tuesday at Yokota Air Base
Red Devils 5  5  7  3 — 20
Panthers  15  4 10 13 — 42
Scoring — Panthers: Alexis Smalls 10; Red Devils: Cassi Boyer 7. Rebounding — Red Devils: Melissa Rose 8, Madelyn Gallo 6. Steals — Panthers: Smalls 6, Haley Singleton 5.

ASIJ 43, Zama 26
Tuesday at Tokyo
Mustangs 12  9  9 13 — 43
Scoring — Mustangs: Jessica Sliter 14, Pari Eaton 12, Lisa Masayama 11; Trojans: Chloe Sterling 10. Noteworthy — Mustangs captured the Kanto Plain title with a record of 16-0.
 

Tennis

Guam

Tuesday at Tamuning
Boys
St. John’s 30, Guam High 3
Singles

Marshall Zhang def. John Ebler 8-2, Kian Malakooti def. Joshua Bamba 8-1.
Doubles
Evand Lin and Thomas Ysrael def. Thomas Haas and Eugene No 8-0, Patrick Jun and Eric Yi def. Joshua Haas and Chris Chittam 6-0.
Girls
St. John’s 32, Guam 1
Singles

Anika Sachder def. Bien Deflin 8-0, Ayaka Lin def. Makayla Hobson 8-1.
Doubles
Luna Puangco and Kaia Malakooti def. Juliana Smith and Michaela Schwappach 8-0, Mailani Matsumo and Aprile Kim def. Jennifer Napalan and Danielle Manlucu 8-0.

Yokota's David Carlson dribbles past Nile C. Kinnick's Rashad Rapada during Tuesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 96-68.
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