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Pacific Scoreboard: Feb. 6, 2020

Despite a Christian Academy Japan hand in his face, American School In Japan's Nash Rasmussen gets off a shot during Wednesday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Mustangs won 49-44.

DAVE ORNAUER/STARS AND STRIPES

By STARS AND STRIPES Published: February 6, 2020

High school

Wrestling

Okinawa

Kubasaki 43, Kadena 18
Wednesday at Kadena Air Base
101 — Nick Aguirre, Kubasaki, pin. Thomas Frye; 108 — Adrian Russell, Kadena, pin. Noah Vasquez; 115 — Vincent Rodriguez, Kubasaki, def. Joshua Dodge by walkover; 122 — Jaylan Mayers, Kubasaki, tech. Jorge Mendez, 10-0; 129 — Kurt Chapman, Kadena, pin. Godfrey S. Sekyan; 135 — Victor Saavedra, Kubasaki, pin. Garron Lee; 141 — Adrian Misenhimer, Kubasaki, dec. Liam Amiot, 12-12 last point; 148 — Ruben Saavedra, Kubasaki, dec. Paul Maskery, 9-6; 158 — Colin Lundberg, Kubasaki, pin. Jojo Adesuyi; 168 — Andrew Barnes, Kubasaki, dec. Joey Puterbaugh, 12-6; 180 — Colin Nation, Kubasaki, by walkover; 215 — Haydn Peterson, Kubasaki, by walkover; Heavyweight — Caleb Wise, Kadena, pin. Xander Munoz.

Japan

Nile C. Kinnick 45, St. Mary’s 14
Wednesday at Yokosuka Naval Base
101 — D.J. Hurtado, Kinnick, pin. Isaac Shane, 2:30; 108 — Michael Lozano, Kinnick, tech. Jongin Lee, 12-2; 115 — Juan Smith, Kinnick, tech. Ikki Minamikawa, 12-2; 122 — Mark Sowell, Kinnick, pin. Wayne Ho, 2:20; 129 — Eiji Kasahara, St. Mary’s, pin. Zane Gutierrez, 2:04; 135 — Jasjot Bedi, St. Mary’s, pin. Justice Rose, 2:35; 141 — Josiah Millare, Kinnick, tech. Hikaru Shimada, 10-0; 148 — Ethan Hamilton, Kinnick, tech. Jo Inoue, 10-0; 158 — Warren Koslow, St. Mary’s, tech. Keanu Rose, 11-0; 168 — Alex Lovell, Kinnick, def. Lev Titov, injury default; 180 — Kaleb Leon Guerrero, Kinnick, tech. Luke Robottom, 10-0; 215 — Lucas Watkins, Kinnick, pin. Jingu Kim, 1:00; Heavyweight — John Shipman, Kinnick, by walkover. Noteworthy — Red Devils and Titans shared the Kanto Plain regular-season title with American School In Japan; each finished the regular season with one loss.


Basketball

Boys

Japan

DODEA-Japan Tournament
Thursday at Yokota Air Base
Pool A
E.J. King 60, Yokota 50
Cobras 
  16  8 17 19 — 60
Panthers 12 16 12 10 — 50
Scoring — Cobras: Jalen Nall 20; Panthers: Ricky DeFazio 16, David Carlson 13. Noteworthy — Cobras’ leading scorer L.J. Scarver took a fall early in the third quarter, suffering a cut on the cheek that required three stitches; he is expected to miss the rest of the tournament. Four Panthers fouled out.

Yokota 52, Robert D. Edgren 49
Panthers
8 12 12 20 — 52
Eagles   9 20 10 10 — 49
Scoring — Panthers: Mickey Galvin 12, Connor Rowan 12; Eagles: Nasir Sales 16. Noteworthy — Sales had seven first-quarter points.

King 74, Edgren 43
Eagles
14  7 12 10 — 43
Cobras 22 18 16 18 — 74
Scoring — Cobras: James Meacham 29, Kobe Coleman 12, Cameron Reinhart 11; Eagles: Dylan Tomas 15, Sales 14. Noteworthy — Meacham hit four three-point goals.

Pool B
Kinnick 69, Zama 67
Trojans 
   17 13 17 20 — 67
Red Devils 18 15 20 16 — 69
Scoring — Red Devils: Darryl Williams 22, Corey Hollingsworth 11, James Mincey 11; Trojans: Chandler Platt 23, Murray Gillerson 17, Kalil Irby 12, Keshawn McNeill 10.

Zama 73, Matthew C. Perry 55
Samurai
10  9 25 11 — 55
Trojans 15 10 26 22 — 73
Scoring — Trojans: McNeill 17, Platt 16, Terrance Ward 13, Gillerson 11; Samurai: Shion Fleming 23, Dylan Schuch 19. Noteworthy — Platt’s points all came in the second half. Fleming had 10 points in the third quarter. Schuch hit five three-point goals.

Kinnick 76, Perry 31
Red Devils
27 22  8 19 — 76
Samurai     4 10  8  9 — 31
Scoring — Red Devils: Williams 20, Yuri Delacruz 17, Hollingsworth 15; Samurai: Fleming 7. Noteworthy — Delacruz hit five second-half three-point goals.

Friday's games
Single-elimination playoffs

Zama vs. Edgren, 11 a.m.
Yokota vs. Perry, 12:30 p.m.
Semifinals
King vs. Zama-Edgren winner, 5 p.m.
Kinnick vs. Yokota-Perry, 6:30 p.m.

American School In Japan 49, Christian Academy Japan 44
Wednesday at Tokyo
Knights  2 14 16 12 — 44
Mustangs 6 16 10 17 — 49
Scoring — Mustangs: Adam Knode 12, Hugh McGuire 10, Tyler Schiff 10, Nash Rasmussen 10; Knights: Koji Matsuoka 18, Ty Hall 12.

Zama 65, Yokota 54
Tuesday at Yokota Air Base
Trojans  20 18 15 12 — 65
Panthers 12 17  7 18 — 54
Scoring — Trojans: Irby 32, McNeill 10; Panthers: Carlson 17, DeFazio 13, Rowan 12. Noteworthy — Irby hit eight three-point goals, Carlson sank four threes.

Girls

Japan

DODEA-Japan Tournament
Thursday at Yokota Air Base
Pool A
Zama 68, King 22
Cobras 
  6  8  4  4 — 22
Trojans 17 23  9 19 — 68
Scoring — Trojans: Chloe Sterling 37, Jessica Atkinson 12; Cobras: Avanni Gardner 16. Noteworthy — Gardner had 12 first-half points.

Zama 60, Edgren 9
Trojans
29  8 13 10 — 60
Eagles   0  4  0  5 —  9
Scoring — Trojans: Sterling 10, Atkinson 12, Kirari Smith 11; Eagles: Rayven Robison 4. Noteworthy — Trojans scored the game’s first 35 points; Eagles finally scored with 5:50 left in the first half. Sterling had 14 first-quarter points.

Edgren 31, King 25
Eagles
  6 10 14  1 — 31
Cobras 12  5  7  1 — 25
Scoring — Eagles: Shakayla Ray 11, Jaylyn Cowley 11; Cobras: Ellen May 13.

Pool B
Kinnick 44, Yokota 35
Red Devils
14  7 12 11 — 44
Panthers    7  7 11 10 — 35
Scoring — Red Devils: Kiana Johnson 14, Dana White 10; Panthers: Jaya Walker 12. Rebounding — Red Devils: Johnson 13, White 10. Assists — Red Devils: Ernestina Roberts 5. Steals — Red Devils: Johnson 10.

Yokota 59, Perry 26
Panthers
21 12 11 14 — 59
Samurai   6  7  8  5 — 26
Scoring — Panthers: Walker 16, Keiya Carlson 15; Samurai: Jai Asprer 18. Rebounding — Samurai: Becca Noble 8. Blocked shots — Samurai: Maddie Smith 13. Noteworthy — Walker had eight fourth-quarter points. Carlson got all her points on five three-point goals.

Kinnick 53, Perry 12
Samurai 
    4  2  6  0 — 12
Red Devils 18 21  6  8 — 53
Scoring — Red Devils: Roberts 15, Cassi Boyer 12; Samurai: Noble 5. Rebounding — Red Devils: Johnson 12, Amyka Jones 10, Madelyn Gallo 10, Boyer 8, Roberts 5. Steals — Red Devils: Roberts 10, Jones 7. Assists — Red Devils: Roberts 5.

Friday's games
Single-elimination playoffs

Yokota vs. King, 8 a.m.
Edgren vs. Perry, 9:30 a.m.
Semifinals
Zama vs. Yokota-King winner, 2 p.m.
Kinnick vs. Edgren-Perry winner, 3:30 p.m.

ASIJ 29, CAJ 26
Wednesday at Tokyo
Knights  4  8 10  4 — 26
Mustangs 9  6  7  7 — 29
Scoring — Mustangs: Pari Eaton 10; Knights: Rachel Nelson 10. Noteworthy — Jessica Sliter hit a bank shot in the lane with just over a minute left to put the Mustangs ahead for good.

Zama 53, Yokota 23
Tuesday at Camp Zama
Panthers 8  5  2  8 — 23
Trojans 12 23 10  8 — 53
Scoring — Trojans: Sterling 26, Atkinson 15.


Tennis

Guam

Tuesday at Hagatna
Girls
Academy of Our Lady 32, Guam High 7
Singles

Joycelyn Tenai def. Mandavara Jamyangling-Kawaguchi 8-4, Maria Gregoire def. Makayla Hobson 8-1.
Doubles
Cerila Rapasades and Andrea Cruz def. Ashley Dill and Michelle Onejeme 8-1, Maria Eguarrada and Yvonne Perez def. Molly Lang and Alison Maurice 8-1.

American School In Japan's Adam Knode shoots against Christian Academy Japan's Enosh Mutenda during Wednesday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Mustangs won 49-44,. Knode is a second-generation Mustang; his father, Steve, played for ASIJ in the mid-1980s.
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