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Humphreys' Michael Hudak gains control over Daegu's Albony Pryor en route to a pinfall victory at 158 pounds during Saturday's Korea wrestling tri-meet at Daegu. The Blackhawks downed the Warriors 50-10.
Humphreys' Michael Hudak gains control over Daegu's Albony Pryor en route to a pinfall victory at 158 pounds during Saturday's Korea wrestling tri-meet at Daegu. The Blackhawks downed the Warriors 50-10. (Lexie Berry/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Michael Hudak gains control over Daegu's Albony Pryor en route to a pinfall victory at 158 pounds during Saturday's Korea wrestling tri-meet at Daegu. The Blackhawks downed the Warriors 50-10.
Humphreys' Michael Hudak gains control over Daegu's Albony Pryor en route to a pinfall victory at 158 pounds during Saturday's Korea wrestling tri-meet at Daegu. The Blackhawks downed the Warriors 50-10. (Lexie Berry/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Fallon Trajanowski gains the edge on Osan's Kiana Duran en route to a technical fall victory at 115 pounds during Saturday's Korea wrestling tri-meet at Daegu. The Cougars beat the Blackhawks 31-21.
Humphreys' Fallon Trajanowski gains the edge on Osan's Kiana Duran en route to a technical fall victory at 115 pounds during Saturday's Korea wrestling tri-meet at Daegu. The Cougars beat the Blackhawks 31-21. (Lexie Berry/Special to Stripes)
Osan's Zathian Soto finishes off Humphreys' DeShawn Adkins for a pinfall victory at 129 pounds during Saturday's Korea wrestling tri-meet at Daegu. The Cougars beat the Blackhawks 31-21.
Osan's Zathian Soto finishes off Humphreys' DeShawn Adkins for a pinfall victory at 129 pounds during Saturday's Korea wrestling tri-meet at Daegu. The Cougars beat the Blackhawks 31-21. (Lexie Berry/Special to Stripes)

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Wrestling South KoreaSaturday at Camp WalkerOsan 31, Humphreys 21 101 — Jeremy Cho, Humphreys, tech. Kelly Kenyon, 10-0; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Fallon Trajanowski, Humphreys, tech. Kiana Duran, 10-0; 122 — Adison Gordon, Humphreys, tech. Sam Hendrickson, 10-0; 129 — Zathian Soto, Osan, pin. DeShaun Adkins, 2:23; 135 — Nathan Morales, Osan, pin. Asher Dunton, :30; 141 — Toy Williams, Osan, by walkover; 148 — Ramil Celones, Osan, pin. Philip Crouch, 4:06; 158 — Michael Hudak, Humphreys, tech. Isaac Ciochetto, 15-4; 168 — Not contested; 180 — Marcus Inthavixay, Osan, pin. Dennis Martinez, :54; 215 — Jahmil Russell, Humphreys, by walkover; Heavyweight — Myles Bradley, Osan, pin. Dontrell Powers, 1:47.Humphreys 50, Daegu 10 101 — Cho by walkover; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Trajanowski by walkover; 122 — Gordon by walkover; 129 — Adkins pin. Jayvon Pryor, 3:31; 135 — Dunton by walkover; 141 — Lyons by walkover; 148 — Anna Aguirre, Daegu, by walkover; 158 — Hudak pin. Albony Pryor, 1:57; 168 — James Ahn, Humphreys, by walkover; 180 — Ikaika Mendoza, Humphreys, by walkover; 215 — Isaiah Owen, Humphreys, by walkover; Heavyweight — Powers by walkover.Osan 54, Daegu 0 101 — Kenyon by walkover; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Duran by walkover; 122 — Hendrickson by walkover; 129 — Soto pin. J. Pryor; 135 — Morales by walkover; 141 — Williams pin. Lyons; 148 — Celones pin. Aguirre; 158 — Ciochetto tech. A. Pryor; 168 — Inthavixay by walkover; 180 — Ethan Hoback, Osan, by walkover; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Bradley by walkover.

JapanDODEA-Japan finals Saturday at Camp ZamaMatthew C. Perry 73, Nile C. Kinnick 61, Yokota 61, Robert D. Edgren 42, Zama 28, E.J. King 11 101 — 1, D.J. Hurtado, Yokota; 2, Noah Crowell, Yokota; 3, Kinley Turner, Edgren; 4, Aunee Deunas, Perry.108 — 1, Michael Lozano, Kinnick; 2, Isaac Tovar, Kinnick; 3, Parley Kartcher, Yokota; 4, Cruzy Cruz, Zama.115 — 1, Juan Smith, Kinnick; 2, Nathan Encinas, Edgren; 3, Joel Pacleb, Perry.122 — 1, Caleb Heino, Yokota; 2, Kaito Hayashi, Zama; 3, Marcus Irons, Perry; 4, Zane Gutierrez, Kinnick.129 — 1, Chris DeGrella, Yokota; 2, Jaythan Baythavong, Perry; 3, Moises Carabajal, Zama; 4, Kaito Bergman, King.135 — 1, James Williams, Perry; 2, Caleb Jones, Yokota; 3, Justice Rose, Kinnick; 4, Angel Fuentes, Zama.141 — 1, Douglass Tackney, Edgren; 2, Kirby Kendrick, Perry; 3, Mason Ragland, King.148 — 1, Joey DeGrella, Yokota; 2, Juan Hernandez, Kinnick; 3, Eligh Cabe, Zama; 4, Matthew Adams, Perry.158 — 1, Ethan Hovenkotter, Edgren; 2, Shawn Swindell, Perry; 3, Kaleb Birch, Yokota; 4, Devonte Flah, Kinnick.168 — 1, Nemo Matthews, Perry; 2, Mak Togans, Yokota; 3, Keon Cassell, Perry; 4, Michael McIntosh, Kinnick.180 — 1, Lucas Watkins, Kinnick; 2, Gabe Ratcliffe, Perry; 3, Noah Cruz, Edgren; 4, Keelin Soltz, Perry.215 — 1, Chase Quigley, Edgren; 2, Dudley, Edgren; 3, Hunter Staley, Perry; 4, Devante Teerink, King.Heavyweight — 1, Marshall China, Perry; 2, Desmond Martin, Zama; 3, Solace Mack, Zama; 4, John Shipman, Kinnick.

Basketball Boys JapanDODEA-Japan Tournament Saturday at Yokota Air BaseSingle-elimination playoffs Fifth place Edgren 69, Perry 48 Samurai 6 9 12 21 — 48Eagles 12 16 20 21 — 69Scoring — Eagles: Dylan Tomas 22, Nasir Sales 20; Samurai: Shion Fleming 28. Noteworthy — Tomas had eight third-quarter points.Third place King 77, Yokota 62 Panthers 17 15 15 15 — 62Cobras 12 17 30 18 — 77Scoring — Cobras: Cameron Reinhart 20, James Meacham 19, Jalen Nall 17, Kobe Coleman 13; Panthers: David Carlson 16, Ricky DeFazio 13, Marcus Berrette 13, Connor Rowan 13. Noteworthy — Reinhart hit six three-point goals and Nall five for the Cobras, who hit 15 three-pointers as a team. The two teams combined for 20 three-pointers.Championship Kinnick 77, Zama 73 Red Devils 20 15 13 29 — 77Trojans 21 19 14 19 — 73Scoring — Red Devils: Darryl Williams 24, Corey Hollingsworth 18, James Mincey 18, Tristan Venturina 14; Trojans: Chandler Platt 32, Keshawn McNeill 12. Noteworthy — The teams traded the lead 10 times, seven in the first quarter alone, and the game was tied six times. Hollingsworth had 11 points and Venturina 7 in the fourth quarter. Williams 13 in the second half and Mincey 11 in the third quarter for the Red Devils; Platt scored 16 second-quarter points. The Trojans hit eight three-point goals and the Red Devils six.

Christian Academy Japan 49, St. Maur 39 Saturday at TokyoCougars 10 9 8 12—39Knights 11 4 16 18—49Scoring — Knights: Koji Matsuoka 16, Ty Hall 14, Enosh Mutenda 10; Cougars: Pavel Jarocsak 10.St. Mary’s 50, American School In Japan 39 Friday at TokyoTitans 13 13 13 11—50Mustangs 7 8 14 10—39Scoring — Titans: Roy Igwe 16, Aidan O’Flaherty 10; Mustangs: Hugh McGuire 10. Rebounding — Titans: O’Flaherty 12, Igwe 6, Keigo Hayashi 6; Mustangs: Nash Rasmussen 6.

Girls JapanDODEA-Japan Tournament Saturday at Yokota Air BaseSingle-elimination playoffsFifth place Perry 38, King 13 Cobras 0 4 3 6 — 13Samurai 7 5 16 10 — 38Scoring — Samurai: Jia Asprer 19, Belle Noble 13. Noteworthy — Samurai got their first win in 16 games. Cobras dressed just six players.Third place Yokota 43, Edgren 17 Eagles 4 3 5 3 — 17Panthers 9 12 11 11 — 43Scoring — Panthers: Jaya Walker 12; Eagles: Shakayla Ray 10.Championship Zama 62, Kinnick 32 Red Devils 5 8 10 9 — 32Trojans 21 7 16 18 — 62Scoring — Trojans: Chloe Sterling 28, Jessica Atkinson 20, Kirari Smith 10; Red Devils: Amyka Jones 12.

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