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Kubasaki's Andrew Barnes gains the edge on Kadena's Joey Puterbaugh en route to a 12-6 decision at 168 pounds. Kubasaki won the final Okinawa regular season dual meet 43-18.
Kubasaki's Andrew Barnes gains the edge on Kadena's Joey Puterbaugh en route to a 12-6 decision at 168 pounds. Kubasaki won the final Okinawa regular season dual meet 43-18. (Morgan Issitt/Special to Stripes)
Kubasaki's Andrew Barnes gains the edge on Kadena's Joey Puterbaugh en route to a 12-6 decision at 168 pounds. Kubasaki won the final Okinawa regular season dual meet 43-18.
Kubasaki's Andrew Barnes gains the edge on Kadena's Joey Puterbaugh en route to a 12-6 decision at 168 pounds. Kubasaki won the final Okinawa regular season dual meet 43-18. (Morgan Issitt/Special to Stripes)
Kubasaki's Jaylan Mayers takes control of Kadena's Jorge Mendez en route to a 10-0 technical fall at 122 pounds. The Dragons won the final Okinawa regular season dual meet 43-18.
Kubasaki's Jaylan Mayers takes control of Kadena's Jorge Mendez en route to a 10-0 technical fall at 122 pounds. The Dragons won the final Okinawa regular season dual meet 43-18. (Morgan Issitt/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's D.J. Hurtado takes control of St. Mary's  Isaac Shane at 101 pounds during Wednesday's Kanto Plain wrestling dual meet. Hurtado pinned Shane in 2 minutes, 30 seconds and the Red Devils won 45-14, forging a three-way tie for the regular-season title between Kinnick, St. Mary's and American School In Japan, each with one loss.
Nile C. Kinnick's D.J. Hurtado takes control of St. Mary's Isaac Shane at 101 pounds during Wednesday's Kanto Plain wrestling dual meet. Hurtado pinned Shane in 2 minutes, 30 seconds and the Red Devils won 45-14, forging a three-way tie for the regular-season title between Kinnick, St. Mary's and American School In Japan, each with one loss. (Brenna McNeil/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Juan Smith finishes off St. Mary's Ikki Minamikawa at 115 pounds during Wednesday's Kanto Plain wrestling dual meet. Smith won by technincal fall and the Red Devils won 45-14, forging a three-way tie for the regular-season title between Kinnick, St. Mary's and American School In Japan, each with one loss.
Nile C. Kinnick's Juan Smith finishes off St. Mary's Ikki Minamikawa at 115 pounds during Wednesday's Kanto Plain wrestling dual meet. Smith won by technincal fall and the Red Devils won 45-14, forging a three-way tie for the regular-season title between Kinnick, St. Mary's and American School In Japan, each with one loss. (Brenna McNeil/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Ethan Hamilton takes charge of St. Mary's Jo Inoue at 148 pounds during Wednesday's Kanto Plain wrestling dual meet. Hamilton won by technical fall and the Red Devils won 45-14, forging a three-way tie for the regular-season title between Kinnick, St. Mary's and American School In Japan, each with one loss.
Nile C. Kinnick's Ethan Hamilton takes charge of St. Mary's Jo Inoue at 148 pounds during Wednesday's Kanto Plain wrestling dual meet. Hamilton won by technical fall and the Red Devils won 45-14, forging a three-way tie for the regular-season title between Kinnick, St. Mary's and American School In Japan, each with one loss. (Brenna McNeil/Special to Stripes)
Zama's Murray Gillerson shoots past Yokota's Anthony Logue during Tuesday's DODEA-Japan/Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Trojans won 65-54.
Zama's Murray Gillerson shoots past Yokota's Anthony Logue during Tuesday's DODEA-Japan/Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Trojans won 65-54. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Zama's Terrence Ward has his shot blocked by Yokota's Connor Rowan as teammate C.J. Canada moves in from left during Tuesday's DODEA-Japan/Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Trojans won 65-54.
Zama's Terrence Ward has his shot blocked by Yokota's Connor Rowan as teammate C.J. Canada moves in from left during Tuesday's DODEA-Japan/Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Trojans won 65-54. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Zama's Keshawn McNeill shoots over Yokota's C.J. Canada and Ricky DeFazio during Tuesday's DODEA-Japan/Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Trojans won 65-54.
Zama's Keshawn McNeill shoots over Yokota's C.J. Canada and Ricky DeFazio during Tuesday's DODEA-Japan/Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Trojans won 65-54. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Zama's Keshawn McNeill shoots over Yokota's Mickey Galvin during Tuesday's DODEA-Japan/Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Trojans won 65-54.
Zama's Keshawn McNeill shoots over Yokota's Mickey Galvin during Tuesday's DODEA-Japan/Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Trojans won 65-54. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
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.
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. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
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.
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)

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Wrestling OkinawaKubasaki 43, Kadena 18 Wednesday at Kadena Air Base101 — 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.

JapanNile C. Kinnick 45, St. Mary’s 14 Wednesday at Yokosuka Naval Base101 — 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 JapanDODEA-Japan Tournament Thursday at Yokota Air BasePool A E.J. King 60, Yokota 50 Cobras 16 8 17 19 — 60Panthers 12 16 12 10 — 50Scoring — 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 — 52Eagles 9 20 10 10 — 49Scoring — 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 — 43Cobras 22 18 16 18 — 74Scoring — 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 — 67Red Devils 18 15 20 16 — 69Scoring — 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 — 55Trojans 15 10 26 22 — 73Scoring — 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 — 76Samurai 4 10 8 9 — 31Scoring — 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 TokyoKnights 2 14 16 12 — 44Mustangs 6 16 10 17 — 49Scoring — 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 BaseTrojans 20 18 15 12 — 65Panthers 12 17 7 18 — 54Scoring — Trojans: Irby 32, McNeill 10; Panthers: Carlson 17, DeFazio 13, Rowan 12. Noteworthy — Irby hit eight three-point goals, Carlson sank four threes.

Girls JapanDODEA-Japan Tournament Thursday at Yokota Air BasePool A Zama 68, King 22 Cobras 6 8 4 4 — 22Trojans 17 23 9 19 — 68Scoring — 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 — 60Eagles 0 4 0 5 — 9Scoring — 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 — 31Cobras 12 5 7 1 — 25Scoring — Eagles: Shakayla Ray 11, Jaylyn Cowley 11; Cobras: Ellen May 13.Pool B Kinnick 44, Yokota 35 Red Devils 14 7 12 11 — 44Panthers 7 7 11 10 — 35Scoring — 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 — 59Samurai 6 7 8 5 — 26Scoring — 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 — 12Red Devils 18 21 6 8 — 53Scoring — 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 TokyoKnights 4 8 10 4 — 26Mustangs 9 6 7 7 — 29Scoring — 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 ZamaPanthers 8 5 2 8 — 23Trojans 12 23 10 8 — 53Scoring — Trojans: Sterling 26, Atkinson 15.

Tennis GuamTuesday at HagatnaGirls 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.

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