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Kadena's Dominic Santanelli gets the upper hand on Kubasaki's Brendan Miracle in the 168-pound bout during Wednesday's regular season-ending dual meet. Santanelli pinned Miracle in 1 minute, 15 seconds and the Panthers rallied from 28-6 down to edge the Dragons 33-29 to win the meet.
Kadena's Dominic Santanelli gets the upper hand on Kubasaki's Brendan Miracle in the 168-pound bout during Wednesday's regular season-ending dual meet. Santanelli pinned Miracle in 1 minute, 15 seconds and the Panthers rallied from 28-6 down to edge the Dragons 33-29 to win the meet. (Tatiana Zamora/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Dominic Santanelli gets the upper hand on Kubasaki's Brendan Miracle in the 168-pound bout during Wednesday's regular season-ending dual meet. Santanelli pinned Miracle in 1 minute, 15 seconds and the Panthers rallied from 28-6 down to edge the Dragons 33-29 to win the meet.
Kadena's Dominic Santanelli gets the upper hand on Kubasaki's Brendan Miracle in the 168-pound bout during Wednesday's regular season-ending dual meet. Santanelli pinned Miracle in 1 minute, 15 seconds and the Panthers rallied from 28-6 down to edge the Dragons 33-29 to win the meet. (Tatiana Zamora/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Hunter Corwin tries to twist Kubasaki's Jonathan Orr's shoulders toward the mat in the 158-pound bout during Wednesday's regular season-ending dual meet. Corwin won by technical fall 11-0 in 4 minutes, 3 seconds, and the Panthers rallied from 28-6 down to edge the Dragons 33-29 to win the meet.
Kadena's Hunter Corwin tries to twist Kubasaki's Jonathan Orr's shoulders toward the mat in the 158-pound bout during Wednesday's regular season-ending dual meet. Corwin won by technical fall 11-0 in 4 minutes, 3 seconds, and the Panthers rallied from 28-6 down to edge the Dragons 33-29 to win the meet. (Tatiana Zamora/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Josh Figueredo locks in a leg lace on Kadena's Dan Frazier in the 129-pound bout during Wednesday's regular season-ending dual meet. Figueredo won by technical fall 15-2 in 3 minutes, 15 seconds, but the Panthers rallied from 28-6 down to edge the Dragons 33-29 to win the meet.
Kubasaki's Josh Figueredo locks in a leg lace on Kadena's Dan Frazier in the 129-pound bout during Wednesday's regular season-ending dual meet. Figueredo won by technical fall 15-2 in 3 minutes, 15 seconds, but the Panthers rallied from 28-6 down to edge the Dragons 33-29 to win the meet. (Tatiana Zamora/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Kristian Palmer locks in a head-and-arm on Kadena's Adam Trujillo in the 122-pound bout during Wednesday's regular season-ending dual meet. Palmer pinned Trujillo in 4 minutes, 9 seconds, but the Panthers rallied from 28-6 down to edge the Dragons 33-29 to win the meet.
Kubasaki's Kristian Palmer locks in a head-and-arm on Kadena's Adam Trujillo in the 122-pound bout during Wednesday's regular season-ending dual meet. Palmer pinned Trujillo in 4 minutes, 9 seconds, but the Panthers rallied from 28-6 down to edge the Dragons 33-29 to win the meet. (Tatiana Zamora/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Wrestling OkinawaKadena 33, Kubasaki 29 Wednesday at Camp Foster101 pounds — Demetrio Delarosa, Kadena, by walkover; 108 — Kyan McCarty, Kubasaki, pin. Austin Martino, 1:39; 115 — Eddie Carpiobran, Kubasaki, pin. Seth Crisp, 4:18; 122 — Kristian Palmer, Kubasaki, pin. Adam Trujillo, 4:09; 129 — Josh Figueredo, Kubasaki, tech. Dan Frazier, 15-2, 3:15; 135 — Anthony Macaluso, Kubasaki, tech. Josh Hunck, 11-0, 4:57; 141 — Gavin Duenas, Kubasaki, by walkover; 148 — Jason Bland, Kadena, pin. Brandon Lynn, 1:31; 158 — Hunter Corwin, Kadena, tech. Jonathan Orr, 11-0, 4:03; 168 — Dominic Santanelli, Kadena, pin. Brendan Miracle, 1:15; 180 — Peyton Harp, Kadena, pin. Gary Turner, 1:39; 215 — Alek Gomez, Kadena, dec. Caleb Sablan, 5-3; 275 — Siulagisipai Fuimaono, Kadena, pin. Elijah Joseph, :28. Noteworthy — Island champion Panthers came from behind 28-6, winning the last six bouts to capture a four-bout regular-season sweep of the Dragons.

JapanSt. Mary’s 51, Zama 10 Wednesday at Tokyo101 — Eshan Singhi, St. Mary’s, by walkover; 108 — Takayuki Sanada, St. Mary’s, by walkover; 115 — Rio Lemkuil, St. Mary’s, tech. Keonte’ Robertson; 122 — Chang Young Lee, St. Mary’s, tech. Carter Whitton; 129 — Ryo Osawa, St. Mary’s, pin. Ryu Patterson; 135 — Ryan Vasconcellos, St. Mary’s, by walkover; 141 — Itsuki Shibahara, St. Mary’s, tech. Ariana Zemke; 148 — Kazuho Kawashima, St. Mary’s, by walkover; 158 — Austin Koslow, St. Mary’s, pin. Jessica Brantley; 168 — Mitchell Krcelic, St. Mary’s, by walkover; 180 — Samuel Preston, Zama, pin. Nilay Hingarh; 215 — Shane Koslow, St. Mary’s, tech. Zack Dignan; 275 — Jacob Martin, Zama, by walkover. Noteworthy — Titans clinched Kanto Plain regular-season dual-meet title going 5-0.Yokota 56, American School In Japan 7 Wednesday at Tokyo101 — Corrine Nepaial, Yokota, by walkover; 108 — Nicole Hopper, Yokota, by walkover; 115 — Skye Williams, Yokota, by walkover; 122 — Michael Hoffman, Yokota, pin. Julian Falcon; 129 — Bryce Delafosse, Yokota, pin. John Fraipont; 135 — Emerson Gaume, Yokota, by walkover; 141 — Kameron Leon Guerrero, Yokota, tech. Zenon Sadler; 148 — Shota Nichols, ASIJ, tech. Alex Alexander; 158 — Cole Grimes, Yokota, pin. David Rochman; 168 — Ty Dotson, Yokota, by walkover; 180 — Noah Dobberfuhl, ASIJ, dec. Tristan Laliberte; 215 — Lamarie Johnson, Yokota, by walkover; 275 — Sean Mettellus, Yokota, by walkover. Noteworthy — Panthers finished third in the Kanto regular season behind St. Mary’s and Kinnick.

Basketball Boys South KoreaTaejon Christian 56, Osan 45 Wednesday at DaejeonOsan 21 5 9 10 — 45TCIS 13 13 18 12 — 56Scoring — Dragons: Richard Redfern 25, James Redfern 12; Cougars: Sung DeAngelo 19. Rebounding — Cougars: DeAngelo 9.Humphreys 58, Seoul Foreign 48 Wednesday at SeoulHHS 11 9 19 19 — 58SFS 16 15 9 8 — 48Scoring — Blackhawks: Nate Hellams 15, Jackson Taylor 13, Bashr Edmonds 12, Malik Dampier 12; Crusaders: Grant Hyun 10. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Hellams 11, Taylor 7. Assists — Blackhawks: Edmonds 9. Noteworthy — Blackhawks finished regular season with school-best 11-1 record and top seed in the Korea Blue tournament Friday-Saturday at TCIS.

Girls South KoreaTaejon Christian 38, Osan 27 Wednesday at DaejeonOsan 8 4 8 7—27TCIS 8 9 8 13—38Scoring — Dragons: Emme Warnken 24; Cougars: Andrea Carandang 14. Rebounding — Dragons: Mary Kim 11. Steals — Dragons: Warnken 5, Esther Hwang 5.Seoul Foreign 52, Humphreys 31 Wednesday at SeoulHHS 13 10 4 4 — 31SFS 16 8 14 14 — 52Scoring — Crusaders: Sarah Ha 24; Blackhawks: Sydney Wilson 10. Rebounding — Crusaders: Ha 10, Mercy Milliken 6, Gia Kang 5; Blackhawks: Wilson 10. Steals — Crusaders: Ha 9, Milliken 7. Blocked shots — Crusaders: Milliken 3.

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