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Kadena's Seth Crisp twists around Kubasaki's Eddie Carpiobran in the 115-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa dual meet, won by the Panthers 46-16. Crisp won a 10-4 decision.

Kadena's Seth Crisp twists around Kubasaki's Eddie Carpiobran in the 115-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa dual meet, won by the Panthers 46-16. Crisp won a 10-4 decision. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Seth Crisp twists around Kubasaki's Eddie Carpiobran in the 115-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa dual meet, won by the Panthers 46-16. Crisp won a 10-4 decision.

Kadena's Seth Crisp twists around Kubasaki's Eddie Carpiobran in the 115-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa dual meet, won by the Panthers 46-16. Crisp won a 10-4 decision. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Lucas Salas gets the upper hand on Kubasaki's Brian Morones in the 141-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa dual meet, won by the Panthers 46-16. Salas won an 11-2 decision.

Kadena's Lucas Salas gets the upper hand on Kubasaki's Brian Morones in the 141-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa dual meet, won by the Panthers 46-16. Salas won an 11-2 decision. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Jason Bland sends Kubasaki's Jonathan Orr airborne in the 158-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa dual meet, won by the Panthers 46-16. Bland pinned Orr in 4 minutes, 20 seconds.

Kadena's Jason Bland sends Kubasaki's Jonathan Orr airborne in the 158-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa dual meet, won by the Panthers 46-16. Bland pinned Orr in 4 minutes, 20 seconds. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Dominic Santanelli battles for the upper hand on Kubasaki's Brendan Miracle in the 168-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa dual meet, won by the Panthers 46-16. Santanelli pinned Miracle in 2 minutes, 39 seconds.

Kadena's Dominic Santanelli battles for the upper hand on Kubasaki's Brendan Miracle in the 168-pound bout during Wednesday's Okinawa dual meet, won by the Panthers 46-16. Santanelli pinned Miracle in 2 minutes, 39 seconds. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Wrestling OkinawaKadena 46, Kubasaki 16 Wednesday at Kadena Air Base101 pounds — Demetrio De La Rosa, Kadena, by walkover; 108 — Kyan McCarty, Kubasaki, pin. Austin Martino, 1:23; 115 — Seth Crisp, Kadena, dec. Eddie Carpiobran, 10-4; 122 — Kristian Palmer, Kubasaki, pin. Adam Trujillo, 4:58; 129 — Josh Figueredo, Kubasaki, tech. Kristian Barela, 14-4, 2:58; 135 — Parker Corwin, Kadena, tech. Anthony Macaluso, 11-0, 6:00; 141 — Lucas Salas, Kadena, dec. Brian Morones, 11-2; 148 — Sam Lopez, Kadena, pin. Brendan Lynn, 2:26; 158 — Jason Bland, Kadena, pin. Jonathan Orr, 4:20; 168 — Dominic Santanelli, Kadena, pin. Brendan Miracle, 2:39; 180 — Keagon Longtin, Kadena, pin. Michael Ervasti, 1:27; 215 — Alek Gomez, Kadena, pin. Jeremy Liu, :14; 275 — Siulagisipai Fuimaono, Kadena, by walkover.

JapanSt. Mary’s 43, Nile C. Kinnick 17 Wednesday at Tokyo101 — Eshan Singhi, St. Mary’s, pin. Cael Bowen; 108 — Lucas Wirth, Kinnick, tech. Tatsuhito Matsumoto; 115 — Rio Lemkuil, St. Mary’s, dec. Chon Dareing; 122 — Chang Young Lee, St. Mary’s, dec. Jianni Labato; 129 — Ryo Osawa, St. Mary’s, pin. Vincent Soiles; 135 — Ryan Vasconcellos, St. Mary’s, tech. Devoney Stanley; 141 — Itsuki Shibahara, St. Mary’s, tech. Max Nicely; 148 — Kazuho Kawashima, St. Mary’s, pin. Darius Swenson; 158 — Austin Koslow, St. Mary’s, tech. Kacey Walker; 168 — Mitchell Krcelic, St. Mary’s, tech. Ethan Olson; 180 — Dwayne Lyon, Kinnick, tech. Nilay Hingarh; 215 — Shane Koslow, St. Mary’s, pin. Kent Jenista; 275 — Chris Deibel, Kinnick, pin. Leon Araya. Noteworthy — Titans ended Red Devils’ streak of 31 consecutive dual-meet victories dating back to 2014.Christian Academy Japan 41, American School In Japan 18 Wednesday at Tokyo101 — Egan Sadler, ASIJ, by walkover; 108 — Jordan Van Druff, CAJ, by walkover; 115 — Michael Yoshino, CAJ, dec. Zach Kline; 122 — Noah Okada, CAJ, tech. Julian Falcon; 129 — Yeol Ryoo, CAJ, pin. John Fraipont; 135 — Nathan Bollinger, CAJ, pin. Julian Johnson; 141 — Zenan Sadler, ASIJ, by walkover; 148 — Callum Marshall, CAJ, tech. Shota Nichols; 158 — Jinhwi Park, CAJ, pin. Kien Malarney; 168 — Gabriel Schmidt, CAJ, by walkover; 180 — Lawrence Yamaguchi, CAJ, pin. Noah Dobberfuhl; 215 — Thomas Grespan, ASIJ, by walkover; 275 — Not contested.Yokota 34, Zama 20 Wednesday at Yokota Air Base101 — Corrine Nepaial, Yokota, by walkover; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Not contested; 122 — Keonte Robertson, Zama, pin. Michael Hoffman, 1:45; 129 — Carter Whitton, Zaama, pin. Kyle Easterwood, 1:12; 135 — Curtis Blunt, Zama, pin. Emerson Gaume, 3:21; 141 — Kameron Leon Guerrero, Yokota, tech. Ariana Zemke, 10-0; 148 — Alex Alexander, Yokota, by walkover; 158 — Shomari Tindal, Yokota, pin. Jessica Bently, :32; 168 — Tristan Laliberte, Yokota, by walkover; 180 — Samuel Preston, Zama, pin. Sam Michelsen, 3:48; 215 — Lamariel Johnson, Yokota, pin. Zack Dignan, 5:58; 275 — Sean Mettellus, Yokota, by walkover.

Basketball Boys South KoreaHumphreys 71, Taejon Christian 42 Wednesday at Camp HumphreysTCIS 9 16 3 14 — 42HHS 26 11 23 11 — 71Scoring — Blackhawks: Nate Hellams 23, Omar Lopez 21, Bashr Edmonds 13, Malik Dampier 10; Dragons: James Redfern 18. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Jaylin Barmer 8, Dampier 8, Hellams 7. Assists — Blackhawks: Edmonds 11. Steals — Blackhawks: Edmonds 6.

Seoul Foreign 55, Yongsan 34 Wednesday at SeoulYIS-Seoul 11 5 14 4—34SFS 13 15 20 7—55Scoring — Crusaders: Caleb Jang 12; Guardians: Corban Remsburg 19.

JapanYokota 73, Zama 55 Tuesday at Camp ZamaYokota 22 27 17 7 — 73Zama 9 15 15 16 — 55Scoring — Panthers: Marcus Henagan 19, Hunter Cort 16, Renyck Robertson 14, Shota Sprunger 13; Trojans: Shin-ya Hamada 30.

Kinnick 66, St. Maur 38 Wednesday at YokohamaKinnick 27 11 16 12—66St. Maur 8 9 15 6—38Scoring — Red Devils: Josiah Furgeson 15, Jabari Johnson 13; Cougars: Thierry Boliko 20.

Girls South KoreaSeoul Foreign 55, Yongsan 29 Tuesday at SeoulYIS-Seoul 8 12 7 2 — 29SFS 10 13 12 20 — 55Scoring — Crusaders: Mischa Kim 16, Gia Kang 10. Rebounding — Crusaders: Mischa Kim 13, Kang 8, Tabi Kim 6, Sarah Ha 5. Steals — Crusaders: Ha 5.

Taejon Christian 32, Humphreys 31 Wednesday at Camp HumphreysTCIS 11 7 10 4—32HHS 8 5 10 8—31Scoring — Dragons: Emme Warnken 19; Blackhawks: Denisa Kim 12. Rebounding — Dragons: Mary Kim 8, Warnken 7; Blackhawks: Sha’Nissa Rasun 16. Blocked shots — Blackhawks: Rasun 5.

JapanSeisen 64, Yokohama 41 Wednesday at TokyoYIS 7 11 13 10 — 41Seisen 14 20 12 18 — 64Scoring — Phoenix: Miyu Niwa 12, Misa Cunhs 10; Dragons: Katherine Violette 24. Rebounding — Phoenix: Nikita Endo 7, Palna Patel 7, Cunhs 6, Niwa 6. Assists — Phoenix: Niwa 7, Endo 5.Kinnick 67, St. Maur 30 Wednesday at Yokosuka Naval BaseSt. Maur 8 8 5 9 — 30Kinnick 21 15 14 17 — 67Scoring — Red Devils: Jeanne Rosario 16, Erica Alexander 12, Kailee Rucker 11, Taylor Cobb 10; Cougars: Ally Baker 13. Rebounding — Red Devils: Cobb 10, Alexander 17, Rucker 12. Steals — Red Devils: Rucker 10, Jade McGinnis 6.Yokota 61, Zama 47 Tuesday at Yokota Air BaseZama 7 11 16 13 — 47Yokota 19 11 14 17 — 61Scoring — Panthers: Kaliah Henderson 21, Jamia Bailey 16; Trojans: Ti’Ara Carroll 21, Destiny Thomas 20. Rebounding — Panthers: Caitlin Rowan 14, Sarah Cronin 8, Henderson 8; Trojans: Armelia Baldwin 5, Zhandra Graham 5. Assists — Panthers: Henderson 8, Bailey 5; Trojans: Carroll 5. Steals — Panthers: Henderson 5, Cronin 5, Bailey 5.


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