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Kubasaki's Mateo Barrientos tries to lift Kadena's Nick Neary in the 158-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa wrestling dual meet. Neary rallied to pin Barrientos in 1 minute, 8 seconds, but the Dragons won the meet 42-18.
Kubasaki's Mateo Barrientos tries to lift Kadena's Nick Neary in the 158-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa wrestling dual meet. Neary rallied to pin Barrientos in 1 minute, 8 seconds, but the Dragons won the meet 42-18. (L.J. Hollingsworth/Special to Stripes)
Kubasaki's Mateo Barrientos tries to lift Kadena's Nick Neary in the 158-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa wrestling dual meet. Neary rallied to pin Barrientos in 1 minute, 8 seconds, but the Dragons won the meet 42-18.
Kubasaki's Mateo Barrientos tries to lift Kadena's Nick Neary in the 158-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa wrestling dual meet. Neary rallied to pin Barrientos in 1 minute, 8 seconds, but the Dragons won the meet 42-18. (L.J. Hollingsworth/Special to Stripes)
Kadena's Crisean Covington tries to lift Kubasaki's Jaylan Mayers in the 122-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa wrestling dual meet. Mayers won by technical fall 10-0 in 1 minute, 58 seconds, and the Dragons won the dual meet 42-18.
Kadena's Crisean Covington tries to lift Kubasaki's Jaylan Mayers in the 122-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa wrestling dual meet. Mayers won by technical fall 10-0 in 1 minute, 58 seconds, and the Dragons won the dual meet 42-18. (L.J. Hollingsworth/Special to Stripes)
Kubasaki's Caleb Orr does a leg lift on Kadena's Gabriel Barrientos in the 129-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa wrestling dual meet. Orr won by technical fall 12-2 in 1 minute, 7 seconds, and the Dragons won the dual meet 42-18.
Kubasaki's Caleb Orr does a leg lift on Kadena's Gabriel Barrientos in the 129-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa wrestling dual meet. Orr won by technical fall 12-2 in 1 minute, 7 seconds, and the Dragons won the dual meet 42-18. (L.J. Hollingsworth/Special to Stripes)
Kubasaki's Oakley Mueller gets the upper hand on Kadena's Fintan Cawley in the 168-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa wrestling dual meet. Mueller won by in in 2 minutes, 42 seconds and the Dragons won the meet 42-18.
Kubasaki's Oakley Mueller gets the upper hand on Kadena's Fintan Cawley in the 168-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa wrestling dual meet. Mueller won by in in 2 minutes, 42 seconds and the Dragons won the meet 42-18. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stripes)
Kubasaki's Luke Moseley gains the edge on Kadena's Logan Howell in the 148-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa wrestling dual meet. Moseley won by technical fall 12-0 in 3 minutes and the Dragons won the meet 42-18.
Kubasaki's Luke Moseley gains the edge on Kadena's Logan Howell in the 148-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa wrestling dual meet. Moseley won by technical fall 12-0 in 3 minutes and the Dragons won the meet 42-18. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stripes)
Kubasaki's Colin Lundberg and Kadena's Eric Hansen grapple for the advantage in the 141-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa wrestling dual meet. Hansen won a 14-12 decision, but the Dragons won the dual meet 42-18.
Kubasaki's Colin Lundberg and Kadena's Eric Hansen grapple for the advantage in the 141-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa wrestling dual meet. Hansen won a 14-12 decision, but the Dragons won the dual meet 42-18. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stripes)
Daegu's Ethan Rodriguez tries to shoot against Seoul American's Ulus Brown during Wednesday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 58-26.
Daegu's Ethan Rodriguez tries to shoot against Seoul American's Ulus Brown during Wednesday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 58-26. (Ben Sessions/Special to Stripes)
Daegu's Sam Murphy goes up for a shot against Seoul American during Wednesday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 58-26.
Daegu's Sam Murphy goes up for a shot against Seoul American during Wednesday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 58-26. (Ben Sessions/Special to Stripes)
Daegu's Bethani Newbold drives to the basket against Seoul American during Wednesday's Korea girls basketball game, won by the Warriors 43-20.
Daegu's Bethani Newbold drives to the basket against Seoul American during Wednesday's Korea girls basketball game, won by the Warriors 43-20. (Ben Sessions/Special to Stripes)
Daegu's Dai'Ja Turner tries to shoot against Seoul American during Wednesday's Korea girls basketball game, won by the Warriors 43-20.
Daegu's Dai'Ja Turner tries to shoot against Seoul American during Wednesday's Korea girls basketball game, won by the Warriors 43-20. (Ben Sessions/Special to Stripes)
Seoul American's Elijah Houghton finds himself smothered by Daegu's Jack Zimmer and Jaden Nava during Wednesday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 58-26.
Seoul American's Elijah Houghton finds himself smothered by Daegu's Jack Zimmer and Jaden Nava during Wednesday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 58-26. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stripes)
Seoul American's Tacoria Hickey tries to pass around Daegu's Dai'Ja Turner during Wednesday's Korea girls basketball game, won by the Warriors 43-20.
Seoul American's Tacoria Hickey tries to pass around Daegu's Dai'Ja Turner during Wednesday's Korea girls basketball game, won by the Warriors 43-20. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stripes)
Daegu's Kartina Vasquez dribbles to the hoop past Seoul American's Kylie Hart during Wednesday's Korea girls basketball game, won by the Warriors 43-20.
Daegu's Kartina Vasquez dribbles to the hoop past Seoul American's Kylie Hart during Wednesday's Korea girls basketball game, won by the Warriors 43-20. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stripes)

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Wrestling OkinawaKubasaki 42, Kadena 18 Wednesday at Camp Foster101 — Manuel Ramos, Kadena, pin. Anthony Wallace, 2:38; 108 — Kurt Chapman, Kadena, tech. Noah Vasquez, 10-0, 3:47; 115 — Austin Carpenter, Kubasaki, pin. Kevonte Speight, :44; 122 — Jaylan Mayers, Kubasaki, tech. Crisean Covington, 10-0, 1:58; 129 — Caleb Orr, Kubasaki, tech. Gabriel Barrientos, 12-2, 1:07; 135 — Victor Saavedra, Kubasaki, tech. Paul Maskery, 10-0, 2:29; 141 — Eric Hansen, Kadena, dec. Colin Lundberg, 14-12; 148 — Luke Moseley, Kubasaki, tech. Logan Howell, 12-0, 3:00; 158 — Nick Neary, Kadena, pin. Mateo Barrientos, 1:08; 168 — Oakley Mueller, Kubasaki, pin. Fintan Cawley, 2:42; 180 — Dylan Galbraith, Kubasaki, by walkover; 215 — Haydn Peterson, Kubasaki, by walkover; Heavyweight — Matthew Malstede, Kubasaki, by walkover.

JapanChristian Academy Japan 25, Zama 23 Wednesday at Camp Zama101 — Not contested; 108 — Jordan Van Druff, CAJ, by walkover; 115 — Joe Frazier, CAJ, pin. Julian Hendra; 122 — Natasha Takahashi, CAJ, pin. Angel Alcala; 129 — Kaito Hayashi, Zama, tech. Theodore Lewis; 135 — Riki Fameli, Zama, tech. Jane Bolinger; 141 — Eligh Cabe, Zama, pin. Thai VanDam; 148 — Kyong Chan, CAJ, by walkover; 158 — Haruki Fuentes, Zama, by walkover; 168 — Sun Won Kim, CAJ, by walkover; 180 — Caen Mumford, Zama, by walkover; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Not contested.Yokota 39, Zama 13 101 — Not contested; 108 — Caleb Heino, Yokota, by walkover; 115 — Hendra by walkover; 122 — Chris DeGrella, Yokota, pin. Alcala; 129 — Hayashi pin. Ryan Martin; 135 — Fameli dec. Ramil Celones; 141 — Joey DeGrella, Yokota, pin. Cabe; 148 — Liam O’Grady, Yokota, by walkover; 158 — Mac Togan, Yokota, tech. Fuentes; 168 — Kai Harbert, Yokota, by walkover; 180 — Austin Fisher, Yokota, pin. Mumford; 215 — Zay Jackson, Yokota, by walkover; Heavyweight — Not contested.

Basketball Boys South KoreaDaegu 58, Seoul American 26 Wednesday at Camp WalkerFalcons 1 5 7 13 — 26Warriors 16 7 19 16 — 58Scoring — Warriors: Ethan Rodriguez 13, J.B. Pope 12; Falcons: Elijah Houghton 9. Rebounding — Warriors: Jack Zimmer 13.Osan 50, Yongsan 38 Wednesday at SeoulCougars 5 19 15 11 — 50Guardians 8 4 9 17 — 38Scoring — Cougars: Daniel Jamerson 31, Joey Betts 12; Guardians: Julian Rhim 16.

JapanNile C. Kinnick 63, Zama 34 Wednesday at Camp ZamaRed Devils 25 14 17 7 — 63Trojans 8 8 15 3 — 34Scoring — Red Devils: Kaine Roberts 22, Rashad Rapada 15, Davion Roberts 14; Trojans: Keshawn McNeill 11, Jeremiah Stewart 10.E.J. King 84, Nagasaki Nichidai 72 Wednesday at Sasebo Naval BaseNichidai 13 10 16 31 — 72Cobras 22 24 19 19 — 84Scoring — Cobras: Dyson Robinson 34, James Meachum 19, Jalen Nall 11. Rebounding — Cobras: Robinson 17, Meachum 6. Noteworthy — Nall shot 9-for-10 from the free-throw line for the Cobras.

Girls South KoreaDaegu 43, Seoul American 20 Wednesday at Camp WalkerFalcons 5 2 2 11 — 20Warriors 15 11 17 0 — 43Scoring — Warriors: Dai’Ja Turner 24, Bethani Newbold 13; . Rebounding — Warriors: Turner 10, Jya Van 10, Kayla Green 6. Assists — Warriors: Newbold 10. Steals — Warriors: Turner 5, Green 5. Blocked shots — Warriors: Turner 12, Van 7.Yongsan 34, Osan 33 Wednesday at SeoulCougars 6 9 11 7 — 33Guardians 7 7 4 14 — 34Scoring — Guardians: Rachael Ko; Cougars: Elizabeth White 14, Maja Inthavixay 10. Rebounding — Guardians: Ko 11; Cougars: Inthavixay 9, Jo Lisea Barton 7. Steals — Guardians: Ko 6.

JapanYokota 37, Sacred Heart 27 Thursday at Yokota Air BaseSymbas 10 6 2 9—27Panthers 8 12 5 12—37Scoring — Panthers: Emily Taynton 11, Alexis Smalls 10. Rebounding — Panthers: Hana Robbins 6. Steals — Panthers: Taynton 5.

Zama 58, Kinnick 19 Wednesday at Yokosuka Naval BaseTrojans 8 18 16 16 — 58Red Devils 3 8 4 4 — 19Scoring — Trojans: Chloe Sterling 24, Kirari Smith 12, Jessica Atkinson 10; Red Devils: Journey Hammond 7. Rebounding — Trojans: Brianna Ratliff 8, Jessica Atkinson 6; Red Devils: Cassi Boyer 10, Madelyn Gallo 9, Hammond 5. Steals — Trojans: Ratliff 5.Seisen 37, St. Maur 24 Wednesday at TokyoCougars 2 8 6 8 — 24Phoenix 4 12 10 11 — 37Scoring — Phoenix: Sarah Atanacio 10. Rebounding — Phoenix: Anna McKellin 11, Erika Robottom 7.

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