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Osan's Toy Williams lifts Humphreys' Zack Downs at 141 pounds during Saturday's Daegu quad-meet. Williams won by technical fall 12-2.
Osan's Toy Williams lifts Humphreys' Zack Downs at 141 pounds during Saturday's Daegu quad-meet. Williams won by technical fall 12-2. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Osan's Toy Williams lifts Humphreys' Zack Downs at 141 pounds during Saturday's Daegu quad-meet. Williams won by technical fall 12-2.
Osan's Toy Williams lifts Humphreys' Zack Downs at 141 pounds during Saturday's Daegu quad-meet. Williams won by technical fall 12-2. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Osan's Myles Bradley, back, tilts Humphreys' Dontrell Powers at heavyweight during Saturday's Daegu quad meet. Bradley won by pin in 1 minute, 9 seconds.
Osan's Myles Bradley, back, tilts Humphreys' Dontrell Powers at heavyweight during Saturday's Daegu quad meet. Bradley won by pin in 1 minute, 9 seconds. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Asher Dunton gets the advantage on Daegu's Javon Pryor at 129 pounds during Saturday's Daegu quad-meet. Dunton won by pin in 30 seconds.
Humphreys' Asher Dunton gets the advantage on Daegu's Javon Pryor at 129 pounds during Saturday's Daegu quad-meet. Dunton won by pin in 30 seconds. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Osan's Kelly Kenyon gets the upper hand momentarily on Seoul Foreign's Lucie Mathieu during Saturday's Daegu quad-meet. Mathieu pinned Kenyon in 2 minutes, 33 seconds.
Osan's Kelly Kenyon gets the upper hand momentarily on Seoul Foreign's Lucie Mathieu during Saturday's Daegu quad-meet. Mathieu pinned Kenyon in 2 minutes, 33 seconds. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Osan's Sam Hendrickson, top, and Seoul Foreign's Joon Kim battle at 122 pounds during Saturday's Daegu quad-meet. Kim won by pin.
Osan's Sam Hendrickson, top, and Seoul Foreign's Joon Kim battle at 122 pounds during Saturday's Daegu quad-meet. Kim won by pin. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Daegu's Charles Lyons, back, and Osan's Toy Williams tangle at 141 pounds during Saturday's Daegu quad-meet. Williams won by pin in 2 minutes, 59 seconds.
Daegu's Charles Lyons, back, and Osan's Toy Williams tangle at 141 pounds during Saturday's Daegu quad-meet. Williams won by pin in 2 minutes, 59 seconds. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Joey DeGrella lifts Robert D. Edgren's Douglass Tackney in the 148-pound semifinal during Saturday's Yokota Invitational. DeGrella would go on to finish second.
Yokota's Joey DeGrella lifts Robert D. Edgren's Douglass Tackney in the 148-pound semifinal during Saturday's Yokota Invitational. DeGrella would go on to finish second. (Jessica Vernon/Special to Stripes)
American School In Japan's Kai Hortman leg laces Yokota's Caleb Jones en route to winning the 135-pound title during Saturday's Yokota Invitational.
American School In Japan's Kai Hortman leg laces Yokota's Caleb Jones en route to winning the 135-pound title during Saturday's Yokota Invitational. (Linna Morrow/Special to Stripes)
St. Mary's International's Hikaru Shimada, front, and Nile C. Kinnick's Josiah Millare tangle at 141 pounds during Saturday's Yokota Invitational. Shimada would go on to win the title.
St. Mary's International's Hikaru Shimada, front, and Nile C. Kinnick's Josiah Millare tangle at 141 pounds during Saturday's Yokota Invitational. Shimada would go on to win the title. (Jessica Vernon/Special to Stripes)
St. Mary's International's Hikaru Shimada, left, and Nile C. Kinnick's Josiah Millare tangle at 141 pounds during Saturday's Yokota Invitational. Shimada would go on to win the title.
St. Mary's International's Hikaru Shimada, left, and Nile C. Kinnick's Josiah Millare tangle at 141 pounds during Saturday's Yokota Invitational. Shimada would go on to win the title. (Linna Morrow/Special to Stripes)
Yokota's Austin Fisher pins Dani Rahman of American School In Japan to win the 215-pound title during Saturday's Yokota Invitational.
Yokota's Austin Fisher pins Dani Rahman of American School In Japan to win the 215-pound title during Saturday's Yokota Invitational. (Greg Holladay/Special to Stripes)
Matthew C. Perry's James Williams scores a technical fall over Zama's Joseph Sanchez at 135 pounds during Saturday's Perry Invitational.
Matthew C. Perry's James Williams scores a technical fall over Zama's Joseph Sanchez at 135 pounds during Saturday's Perry Invitational. (Kevin Rossiter/Special to Stripes)
Matthew C. Perry's Keon Cassell works a 9-7 decision over Zama's Milton Jones at 168 pounds during Saturday's Perry Invitational.
Matthew C. Perry's Keon Cassell works a 9-7 decision over Zama's Milton Jones at 168 pounds during Saturday's Perry Invitational. (Kevin Rossiter/Special to Stripes)
Matthew C. Perry's Shawn Swindell en route to pinning Zama's Joseph Suyama at 158 pounds during Saturday's Perry Invitational.
Matthew C. Perry's Shawn Swindell en route to pinning Zama's Joseph Suyama at 158 pounds during Saturday's Perry Invitational. (Kevin Rossiter/Special to Stripes)
Zama's Eligh Cabe, left, pinned Matthew C. Perry's Matthew Adams twice, but the Samurai won two dual meets against the Trojans during Saturday's Perry Invitational.
Zama's Eligh Cabe, left, pinned Matthew C. Perry's Matthew Adams twice, but the Samurai won two dual meets against the Trojans during Saturday's Perry Invitational. (Kevin Rossiter/Special to Stripes)
St. Mary's International's Isaac Shane gets Nile C. Kinnick's D.J. Hurtado in a head-and-arm hold en route to winning the 101-pound title in Saturday's Yokota Invitational.
St. Mary's International's Isaac Shane gets Nile C. Kinnick's D.J. Hurtado in a head-and-arm hold en route to winning the 101-pound title in Saturday's Yokota Invitational. (Brenna McNeil/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Alex Lovell lifts St. Mary's Lev Titov en route to winning the 168-pound title in Saturday's Yokota Invitational.
Nile C. Kinnick's Alex Lovell lifts St. Mary's Lev Titov en route to winning the 168-pound title in Saturday's Yokota Invitational. (Brenna McNeil/Special to Stripes)
Rin Zoot, the reigning Far East tournament Outstanding Wrestler, won the 148-pound weight class during Saturday's Yokota Invitational by beating Yokota's Joey DeGrella.
Rin Zoot, the reigning Far East tournament Outstanding Wrestler, won the 148-pound weight class during Saturday's Yokota Invitational by beating Yokota's Joey DeGrella. (Brenna McNeil/Special to Stripes)
Caleb Heino of Yokota captures the 122-pound weight class in the Yokota Invitational, held Saturday at Yakota, by beating St. Mary's International's Wayne Ho.
Caleb Heino of Yokota captures the 122-pound weight class in the Yokota Invitational, held Saturday at Yakota, by beating St. Mary's International's Wayne Ho. (Brenna McNeil/Special to Stripes)

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Wrestling JapanAmerican School In Japan 79, Nile C. Kinnick 64, St. Mary’s 60, Yokota 46, Robert D. Edgren 17, Christian Academy Japan 7 Saturday at Yokota Air Base101 — 1, Isaac Shane, St. Mary’s; 2, D.J. Hurtado, Kinnick; 3, Kaiser Smith, ASIJ; 4, JongIn Lee, St. Mary’s.108 — 1, Bryce Clement, ASIJ; 2, Isaac Tovar, Kinnick; 3, Michael Lozano, Kinnick; 4, Kinley Turner, Edgren.115 — 1, Ikki Minamikawa, St. Mary’s; 2, Nathan Encinas, Edgren; 3, Leon Miller, ASIJ; 4, Angel Rodriguez, Kinnick.122 — 1, Caleb Heino, Yokota; 2, Wayne Ho, St. Mary’s; 3, Ira Kadet, ASIJ; 4, Zane Gutierrez, Kinnick.129 — 1, Take Zoot, ASIJ; 2, Eiji Kasahara, St. Mary’s; 3, Jason Charron, Kinnick; 4, Aaryan Kumar, ASIJ.135 — 1, Kai Hortman, ASIJ; 2, Caleb Jones, Yokota; 3, Kenerick McDanel, Kinnick; 4, JonJon Wong, ASIJ.141 — 1, Hikaru Shimada, St. Mary’s; 2, Josiah Millare, Kinnick; 3, Jo Andrew Inoue, St. Mary’s; 4, Ricky Lindermann, ASIJ.148 — 1, Rin Zoot, ASIJ; 2, Joey DeGrella, Yokota; 3, Conner Corrigan, ASIJ; 4, Douglass Tackney, Edgren.158 — 1, Ethan Hamilton, Kinnick; 2, Warren Koslow, St. Mary’s; 3, Shaun Dobberfuhl, ASIJ; 4, Ian Moore, Kinnick.168 — 1, Alex Lovell, Kinnick; 2, Lev Titov, St. Mary’s; 3, Harold Hoyberg, ASIJ; 4, Kai Harbert, Yokota.180 — 1, Liam Kell, ASIJ; 2, Sung Hon Kim, CAJ; 3, Lucas Watkins, Kinnick; 4, Noah Cruz, Edgren.215 — 1, Austin Fisher, Yokota; 2, Dani Rahman, ASIJ; 3, Chase Quigley, Edgren; 4, Luke Robottom, St. Mary’s.Heavyweight — 1, Nick Sales, Yokota; 2, John Shipman, Kinnick. Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniMatthew C. Perry 60, E.J. King 0 101 — Not contested; 108 — Aunee Deunas, Perry, by walkover; 115 — Joel Pacleb, Perry, by walkover; 122 — Marcus Irons, Perry, by walkover; 129 — Jaythan Baythavong, Perry, by walkover; 135 — James Williams, Perry, pin. Marshall Eubanks; 141 — Parker Staley, Perry, pin. Mason Ragland; 148 — Matthew Adams, Perry, by walkover; 158 — Shawn Swindell, Perry, pin. Nicholas Mendez; 168 — Keon Cassell, Perry, by walkover; 180 — Gabriel Ratcliffe, Perry, by walkover; 215 — Hunter Staley, Perry, by walkover; Heavyweight — Marshall China, Perry, by walkover.Perry 42, Zama 16 101 — Not contested; 108 — Deunas by walkover; 115 — Pacleb pin. Cruzy Cruz; 122 — Kaito Hayashi, Zama, pin. Irons; 129 — Baythavong tech. Angel Alcala, 11-0; 135 — Williams tech. Angel Fuentes, 13-2; 141 — P. Staley pin. Makoa Richardson; 148 — Eligh Cabe, Zama, pin. Adams; 158 — Swindell def. Joseph Suyama, injury default; 168 — Nemo Matthews, Perry, tech. Milton Jones, 10-0; 180 — Josh Petty, Zama, pin. Ratcliffe; 215 — H. Staley pin. Riley Jones; Heavyweight — China pin. Solace Mack.Perry 31, Zama 25 101 — Deunas by walkover; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Pacleb tech. Cruz, 10-0; 122 — Hayashi pin. Irons; 129 — Moises Caravajal, Zama, tech. Baythavong, 10-0; 135 — J. Williams tech. Joseph Sanchez; 141 — Richardson pin. P. Staley; 148 — Cabe pin. Adams; 158 — Swindell pin. Suyama; 168 — Cassell def. Jones, 9-7; 180 — Petty pin. Ratcliffe; 215 — H. Staley pin. Jones; Heavyweight — China pin. Desmond Martin.

South KoreaSaturday at Camp WalkerHumphreys 39, Osan 19 101 — Jeremy Cho, Humphreys, by walkover; 108 — Alex Toro, Humphreys, tech. Kelly Kenyon, 10-0; 115 — Not contested; 122 — DeShaun Adkins, Humphreys, tech. Sam Hendrickson, 10-0; 129 — Asher Dunton, Osan, pin. Nathan Morales, 1:17; 135 — Sean Williams, Humphreys, by walkover; 141 — Toy Williams, Humphreys, tech. Zack Downs, 12-2; 148 — Ramil Celones, Osan, pin. Philip Crouch, 2:05; 158 — Benicio Mariscal, Humphreys, by walkover; 168 — James Ahn, Humphreys, by walkover; 180 — Dennis Martinez, Humphreys, pin. Ethan Hoback, 1:47; 215 — Isaac Owen, Humphreys, by walkover; Heavyweight — Myles Bradley, Osan, pin. Dontrell Powers, 1:09.Seoul Foreign 25, Daegu 9 101 — Not contested; 108 — Lucie Mathieu, SFS, by walkover; 115 — Not contested; 122 — Joon Kim, SFS, by walkover; 129 — Not contested; 135 — Javon Pryor, Daegu, def. Jaymar Lanoza, injury default; 141 — Charles Lyons, Daegu, tech. Alex Gardner, 10-0; 148 — Not contested; 158 — Alex Ionescu, SFS, pin. Albony Pryor, :47; 168 — Jacob Kazem, SFS, by walkover; 180 — Not contested; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Sam Cho, SFS, by walkover.Humphreys 55, Daegu 4 101 — J. Cho by walkover; 108 — Toro by walkover; 115 — Not contested; 122 — Adkins by walkover; 129 — Dunton pin. J. Pryor, :30; 135 — S. Williams by walkover; 148 — Crouch by walkover; 158 — Mariscal pin. A. Pryor, 1:08; 168 — Ahn by walkover; 180 — Martinez by walkover; 215 — Owen by walkover; Heavyweight — Powers by walkover.Osan 26, Seoul Foreign 23 101 — Not contested; 108 — Mathieu pin. Kenyon, 2:33; 115 — Georgie Clare, SFS, by walkover; 122 — Kim dec. Hendrickson, 12-6; 129 — Morales by walkover; 135 — Not contested; 141 — T. Williams pin. Gardner, :59; 148 — Celones pin. Ionescu, 2:05; 158 — Not contested; 168 — Not contested; 180 — Hazem pin. Hoback, 3:26; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Bradley pin. S. Cho, :29.Osan 40, Daegu 0 101 — Not contested; 108 — Kenyon by walkover; 115 — Kiana Duran, Osan, by walkover; 122 — Hendrickson by walkover; 129 — Morales pin. J. Pryor, :56; 135 — Not contested; 141 — T. Williams pin. Lyons, 2:59; 148 — Celones by walkover; 158 — Not contested; 168 — Hoback pin. A. Pryor, 1:10; 180 — Not contested; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Bradley by walkover.Humphreys 48, Seoul Foreign 12 101 — J. Cho tech. Mathieu, 12-2; 108 — Toro by walkover; 115 — Clare by walkover; 122 — Adkins pin. Kim, :37; 129 — Dunton by walkover; 135 — S. Williams def. Lanoza, injury default; 141 — Downs pin. Gardner, :34; 148 — Crouch tech. Ionescu, 12-2; 158 — Mariscal by walkover; 168 — Ahn pin. Kazem; 180 — Martinez by walkover; 215 — Owen by walkover; Heavyweight — S. Cho def. Powers, injury default.

Basketball Boys South KoreaHumphreys 63, Daegu 23 Saturday at Camp HumphreysWarriors 3 9 7 4 — 23Blackhawks 11 15 21 16 — 63Scoring — Blackhawks: Junior Gregory 14, Myles Johnson 12, Sean Cook 11; Warriors: Princeton Newbold 9. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Connor Coyne 10, Cook 6, Gregory 5.Osan 67, Taejon Christian 44 Saturday at Osan Air BaseDragons 8 6 15 15 — 44Cougars 14 24 15 14 — 67Scoring — Cougars: Bryson Goldsmith 24.

JapanASIJ 75, Kinnick 46 Saturday at Yokosuka Naval BaseMustangs 20 17 14 24 — 75Red Devils 11 13 14 8 — 46Scoring — Mustangs: Kai Goldstein 27, Nash Rasmussen 15; Red Devils: Corey Hollingsworth 19, James Mincey 13. Noteworthy — Goldstein hit seven three-point goals, four in the final period, while Hollingsworth and Mincey combined for eight three-pointers, hitting four each.Yokota 49, Edgren 38 Saturday at Misawa Air BasePanthers 13 11 13 12 — 49Eagles 6 6 11 15 — 38Scoring — Panthers: David Carlson 13, Connor Rowan 12; Eagles: Nasir Sales 12, Dylan Tomas 10.King 54, Perry 40 Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniCobras 16 21 5 12 — 54Samurai 3 16 13 8 — 40Scoring — Cobras: L.J. Scarver 17, James Meacham 10, Jalen Nall 10; Samurai: Justin Andres 12. Rebounding — Cobras: Scarver 7, Nall 6, Tsuyoshi Kemp 6. Steals — Cobras: Meacham 5.

Girls South KoreaHumphreys 38, Daegu 37 Saturday at Camp HumphreysWarriors 4 15 4 14 — 37Blackhawks 9 8 12 9 — 38Scoring — Blackhawks: Jaylynn Knight 15; Warriors: Jya Van 12, Bethani Newbold 11. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Melissa Pritchett 7; Warriors: Van 10. Steals — Blackhawks: Acacia May 6. Assists — Warriors: Newbold 5. Blocked shots — Warriors: Van 7. Noteworthy — First regular-season loss for the Warriors since Jan. 20, 2018, the last game of the 2017-18 season.Osan 42, Taejon Christian 25 Saturday at Osan Air BaseDragons 9 10 4 2 — 25Cougars 10 6 10 16 — 42Scoring — Cougars: Tailan Hickey 13, Kennedy Liddell 12. Rebounding — Cougars: Hickey 13, Cor’Rhyia Henry 12, Katelyn Edmonds 9.

JapanZama 63, St. Maur 18 Saturday at Camp ZamaCougars 2 8 2 6 — 18Trojans 23 6 19 15 — 63Scoring — Trojans: Chloe Sterling 15, Kirari Smith 14.ASIJ 18, Kinnick 16 Saturday at Yokosuka Naval BaseMustangs 3 1 4 10 — 18Red Devils 6 0 6 4 — 16Rebounding — Red Devils: Amyka Jones 13, Ernestina Roberts 10, Madelyn Gallo 10. Steals — Red Devils: Jones 6, Roberts 5.Yokota 33, Edgren 24 Saturday at Misawa Air BasePanthers 6 7 10 10 — 33 Eagles 8 4 8 4 — 24Scoring — Panthers: Jaya Walker 14; Eagles: Shakayla Ray 10. Rebounding — Panthers: Walker 12, Emily Taynton 7, Ania Davis 5. Steals — Panthers: Taynton 6. Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniKyoto University Academy 34, King 30 Cobras 11 11 6 2 — 30Flames 8 5 12 9 — 34Scoring — Cobras: Ellen May 15; Flames: Ria Deguchi 12.Kyoto University Academy 45, Perry 33 Flames 11 12 8 14 — 45Samurai 8 9 8 8 — 33Scoring — Flames: Karisa Graham 27; Samurai: Jialee Asperer 22. Rebounding — Samurai: Madison Smith 8. Blocked shots — Samurai: Smith 3.

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