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Nile C. Kinnick's Lucas Wirth, a defending Far East champion, tosses St. Mary's  Tatsuhito Matsumoto in the 108-pound first-place bout of Saturday's Yokota Invitational Wrestling Tournament at Zama. Wirth won by technical fall 10-0 in 5 minutes, 42 seconds.

Nile C. Kinnick's Lucas Wirth, a defending Far East champion, tosses St. Mary's Tatsuhito Matsumoto in the 108-pound first-place bout of Saturday's Yokota Invitational Wrestling Tournament at Zama. Wirth won by technical fall 10-0 in 5 minutes, 42 seconds. (Kayla Bodwin/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Nile C. Kinnick's Lucas Wirth, a defending Far East champion, tosses St. Mary's  Tatsuhito Matsumoto in the 108-pound first-place bout of Saturday's Yokota Invitational Wrestling Tournament at Zama. Wirth won by technical fall 10-0 in 5 minutes, 42 seconds.

Nile C. Kinnick's Lucas Wirth, a defending Far East champion, tosses St. Mary's Tatsuhito Matsumoto in the 108-pound first-place bout of Saturday's Yokota Invitational Wrestling Tournament at Zama. Wirth won by technical fall 10-0 in 5 minutes, 42 seconds. (Kayla Bodwin/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Nile C. Kinnick's Dwayne Lyon gains control of Robert D. Edgren's Patrick Sledge in the 180-pound first-place bout of Saturday's Yokota Invitational Wrestling Tournament at Zama. Lyon won 4-4 by scoring the last point.

Nile C. Kinnick's Dwayne Lyon gains control of Robert D. Edgren's Patrick Sledge in the 180-pound first-place bout of Saturday's Yokota Invitational Wrestling Tournament at Zama. Lyon won 4-4 by scoring the last point. (Kayla Bodwin/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Dominic Santanelli and Kubasaki's Brendan Miracle fight for control in the 168-pound first-place bout of Saturday's Yokota Invitational Wrestling Tournament at Zama. Santanelli won by pin in 2 minutes, 35 seconds.

Kadena's Dominic Santanelli and Kubasaki's Brendan Miracle fight for control in the 168-pound first-place bout of Saturday's Yokota Invitational Wrestling Tournament at Zama. Santanelli won by pin in 2 minutes, 35 seconds. (Kayla Bodwin/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Hunter Corwin gut-wrenches St. Mary's Austin Koslow for a two-point tilt in the 158-pound first-place bout of Saturday's Yokota Invitational Wrestling Tournament at Zama. Corwin won by technical fall 12-2 in 2 minutes, 15 seconds.

Kadena's Hunter Corwin gut-wrenches St. Mary's Austin Koslow for a two-point tilt in the 158-pound first-place bout of Saturday's Yokota Invitational Wrestling Tournament at Zama. Corwin won by technical fall 12-2 in 2 minutes, 15 seconds. (Kayla Bodwin/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Brenda Gulley goes up for a shot against Urasoe during Saturday's game in the 10th Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament, won by Urasoe 73-64.

Kadena's Brenda Gulley goes up for a shot against Urasoe during Saturday's game in the 10th Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament, won by Urasoe 73-64. (Courtney Kait/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Kyree Smith goes up for a shot against Urasoe during Saturday's game in the 10th Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament, won by Kubasaki 115-75.

Kubasaki's Kyree Smith goes up for a shot against Urasoe during Saturday's game in the 10th Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament, won by Kubasaki 115-75. (Courtney Kait/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Anthony Calhoun goes up to shoot against Taejon Christian's J.J. Jung during Saturday's boys basketball game, won by the Dragons 65-55.

Daegu's Anthony Calhoun goes up to shoot against Taejon Christian's J.J. Jung during Saturday's boys basketball game, won by the Dragons 65-55. (Jinna Yu/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Linda Vaughan drives for the basket against Urasoe during Saturday's 10th Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament girls basketball game, won by Urasoe 73-64.

Kadena's Linda Vaughan drives for the basket against Urasoe during Saturday's 10th Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament girls basketball game, won by Urasoe 73-64. (Courtney Kait/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Bishop Fields of Daegu drives between Taejon Christian defenders Sean Kim and Beomchel Choi during Saturday's boys basketball game, won by the Dragons 65-55.

Bishop Fields of Daegu drives between Taejon Christian defenders Sean Kim and Beomchel Choi during Saturday's boys basketball game, won by the Dragons 65-55. (Jinna Yu/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Jack Newton of Seoul American gets a head-and-arm hold on Jackson Newsom of Osan in the 141-pound bout of Saturday's DODDS Korea dual meet at  Yongsan Garrison, South Korea. Newton pinned Newsom in 1 minute, 50 seconds and the Falcons won the dual meet 52-11 over the Cougars.

Jack Newton of Seoul American gets a head-and-arm hold on Jackson Newsom of Osan in the 141-pound bout of Saturday's DODDS Korea dual meet at Yongsan Garrison, South Korea. Newton pinned Newsom in 1 minute, 50 seconds and the Falcons won the dual meet 52-11 over the Cougars. (Stephanie Kay/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Jarek Bartel of Seoul American gains the edge on John Michael Medallo of Daegu in the 158-pound bout of Saturday's dual meet. Bartel pinned Medallo in 1 minute, 24 seconds and the Falcons won the dual 51-9.

Jarek Bartel of Seoul American gains the edge on John Michael Medallo of Daegu in the 158-pound bout of Saturday's dual meet. Bartel pinned Medallo in 1 minute, 24 seconds and the Falcons won the dual 51-9. (Stephanie Kay/Special to Stars and Stripes)

High school

WrestlingYokota High School Invitational Tournament Saturday at Camp Zama, Japan

St. Mary’s 72; Nile C. Kinnick 64; Kadena 60; Kubasaki,; Yokota 26; Robert D. Edgren 20; Christian Academy Japan, 17; Zama 15; American School In Japan 12; Matthew C. Perry 9; E.J. King 0

101 pounds —Egan Sadler, ASIJ, pin. Corrine Nepaial, Yokota, :22; Demetrio Delarosa, Kadena, pin. Cael Bowen, Kinnick, 1:11; Bowen pin. Nepaial, 2:33; Delarosa dec. Sadler, 8-6; Sadler pin. Bowen, time unavailable; Delarosa pin. Nepaial, :30.

108 — Lucas Wirth, Kinnick, pin. Austin Martino, time unavailable; Jordan Van Druff, CAJ, dec. Kyan McCarty, Kubasaki, 13-10; Wirth pin. Van Druff, 2:47; Tatsuhito Matsumoto, St. Mary’s, tech. McCarty, 16-6, 5:25; Van Druff dec. Matsumoto, 6-1; Martino tech. McCarty, 12-0; Wirth tech. McCarty, 12-2, 1:52; Martino dec. Matsumoto, 5-4; Van Druff pin. Martino, 1:25; Wirth tech. Matsumoto, 10-0, 5:42.

115 — Chon Dareing, Kinnick, tech. Seth Crisp, Kadena, 10-0, 1:39; Rio Lemkuil, St. Mary’s, pin. Keonte Robertson, Zama, 1:47; Liam Knowles, Edgren, pin. Michael Yoshino, CAJ, 3:37; Zach Kline, ASIJ, pin. Eddie Carpriobran, Kubasaki, 1:23; Lemkuil pin. Kline, 1:44; Dareing tech. Knowles, 19-6, 2:54; Robertson pin. Carpriobran, 2:07; Yoshino tech. Crisp, 10-0, 1:25; Knowles pin. Robertson, 1:48; Kline tech. Yoshino, 11-0, 4:58.Third place — Kline dec. Knowles, 8-4.Championship — Lemkuil dec. Dareing, 13-5.Second-place wrestleback — Dareing dec. Kline, 10-6.122 — Jianni Labato, Kinnick, tech. Jess Dela Garza, Perry, 10-0, 2:56; Kade Sundvall, Edgren, pin. Noah Okada, CAJ, 2:54; Adam Trujillo, Kadena, tech. Julian Falcon, ASIJ, 10-0, 1:55; Kristian Palmer, Kubasaki, tech. Michael Hoffman, Yokota, 10-0, 2:18; Labato pin. Luka Lamson, King, 2:37; Chang Young Lee, St. Mary’s, pin. Trujillo, 1:04; Sundvall tech. Carter Whitton, Zama, 14-1, 5:22; Trujillo pin. Dela Garza, 2:26; Hoffman pin. Okada, 3:52; Falcon tech. Lamson, 10-0, 1:38; Labato tech. Palmer, 10-0, 1:28; Trujillo tech. Whitton, 10-0, 1:41; Lee tech. Sundvall, 11-0, 3:55; Falcon pin. Hoffman, 5:26; Sundvall pin. Falcon, 2:06; Palmer pin. Trujillo, 5:01.Third place — Palmer dec. Sundvall, 12-10.Championship — Labato tech. Lee, 11-0, 4:29.Second-place wrestleback — Lee def. Palmer, injury default.

129 — Ryo Osawa, St. Mary’s, tech. Logan Lumabas, King, 10-0, 2:33; Mason Graydon, Perry, pin. Dan Frazier, Kadena, :45; Curtis Blunt, Zama, pin. Vincent Soiles, Kinnick, 1:46; Osawa pin. Bryce Delafosse, Yokota, 1:07; Josh Figueredo, Kubasaki, tech. John Fraipont, ASIJ, 10-0, 1:46; Soiles tech. Lumabas, 10-0, 1:16; Osawa tech. Figueredo, 10-0, 2:21; Delafosse pin. Fraipont, 2:32; Blunt pin. Graydon, 1:20; Soiles pin. Frazier, 1:45; Delafosse tech. Graydon, 13-2, 4:59; Figueredo dec. Soiles, 14-11.Third place — Figueredo tech. Delafosse, 12-2, 2:58.Championship — Osawa pin. Blunt, 1:06.Second-place wrestleback — Figueredo def. Blunt, injury default.

135 — Willem Van Dam, CAJ, pin. Jeremiah Ramos, Kinnick, 2:32; Ryan Vasconcellos, St. Mary’s, tech. Anthony Macaluso, Kubasaki, 11-0, 1:26; Jackson Edmonds, Edgren, pin. Ryu Patterson, Zama, :32; Vasconcellos pin. Emerson Gaume, Yokota, time unavailable; Van Dam tech. Elijah Senegar, King, 15-4, 3:48; Chris Lynch, Perry, pin. Julian Johnson, ASIJ, 2:14; Johnson pin. Van Dam, 1:48; Gaume pin. Patterson, 2:14; Edmonds tech. Parker Corwin, Kadena, 14-4, 5:00; Corwin tech. Macaluso, 20-8; Vasconcellos tech. Ramos, 10-0, 1:10; Edmonds tech. Lynch, 14-4, 3:00; Gaume tech. Senegar, 11-0, 2:22; Corwin pin. Johnson, 2:06; Corwin pin. Ramos, 1:17; Lynch pin. Gaume, 2:29.Third place — Corwin tech. Lynch, 22-12, 4:58.Championship — Vasconcellos tech. Edmonds, 10-0, :51.

141 — Itsuki Shibahara, St. Mary’s, pin. Kyle Reedy, CAJ, 1:24; Zenon Sadler, ASIJ, dec. Lucas Salas, Kadena, 4-4 last point; Kameron Leon Guerrero, Yokota, tech. Michael Shields, Edgren, 12-2; Gavin Duenas, Kubasaki, pin. Devoney Stanley, Kinnick, 2:28; Shibahara pin. David Robinson, King, :42; Robinson pin. Salas, 4:15; Andrew Jenkins, Perry, pin. Sadler, 1:34; Duenas pin. Shibahara, 3:14; Reedy tech. Sadler, 10-0; Leon Guerrero dec. Jenkins, 10-9; Robinson dec. Stanley, 14-9; Reedy pin. Shields, 1:34; Jenkins dec. Robinson, 10-4; Shibahara tech. Reedy, 12-1, 4:10.Third place — Shibahara tech. Jenkins, 10-0, 3:39.Championship — Duenas dec. Leon Guerrero, 5-3.Second-place wrestleback — Shibahara pin. Leon Guerrero, 2:20.

148 — Alex Alexander, Yokota, pin. Austin Adkins, King, 1:50; Callum Marshall, CAJ, dec. Andrew Borrerro, Perry, 10-4; Kazuho Kawashima, St. Mary’s, tech. Jason Bland, Kadena, 11-0, :51; Shota Nichols, ASIJ, pin. Jacob Kirkman, Kubasaki, :28; Adkins pin. Kirkman, :47; Alexander pin. Nichols, time unavailable; Bland tech. Borrerro, 12-0; Kawashima tech. Marshall, 10-0, 2:28; Bland tech. Nichols, 10-0, 2:07; Marshall pin. Adkins, 5:39.Third place —Bland dec. Marshall, 9-4.Championship —Kawashima tech. Alexander, 10-0, :51.Second-place wrestleback —Bland pin. Alexander, time unavailable.

158 —Shomari Tindal, Yokota, tech. Jason DeGrace, Perry, 12-0, :46; Jonathan Orr, Kubasaki, tech. Sean Larson, Edgren, 10-0, 1:03; David Rochman, ASIJ, tech. Jessica Brantley, Zama, 12-2, 1:28; Hunter Corwin, Kadena, pin. Jinhwi Park, CAJ, :45; Tindal pin. Kacey Walker, Kinnick, :51; Austin Koslow, St. Mary’s, dec. Orr, 7-4; Walker pin. Larson, :26; DeGrace dec. Orr, 13-6; DeGrace pin. Brantley, 1:11; Corwin pin. Tindal, 1:48; Park pin. Walker, time unavailable; Koslow pin. Rochman, 1:06; DeGrace pin. Tindall, 4:13; Park pin. Rochman, 2:39.Third place — Park tech. DeGrace, 10-0, 1:28.Championship — Corwin tech. Koslow, 12-2, 2:15.Second-place wrestleback — Park dec. Koslow, 8-0.

168 — Dominic Santanelli, Kadena, pin. Gabriel Schmidt, CAJ, 1:01; Mitchell Krcelic, St. Mary’s, tech. Lewis Billups, Perry, 11-1, 4:27; Brendan Miracle, Kubasaki, pin. Tristan Laliberte, Yokota, 1:45; Santanelli pin. Ethan Olson, Kinnick, 3:34; Billups pin. Laliberte, 1:30; Krcelic tech. Schmidt, 12-2, 5:37; Olson tech. Billups, 10-0, 1:10.Third place —Olson tech. Krcelic, 11-0, :52.Championship — Santanelli pin. Miracle, 2:35.Second-place wrestleback — Olson tech. Miracle, 10-0, :48.180 — Patrick Sledge, Edgren, pin. Nilay Hingarh, St. Mary’s, 2:41; Miracle pin. Krcelic, 4:44; Samuel Preston, Zama, pin. Gary Turner, Kubasaki, 2:08; Brandon Lyon, Kinnick, tech. Preston, 10-0, 4:01; Sledge pin. Peyton Harp, Kadena, 4:22; Preston pin. Hingarh, :46; Harp tech. Turner, 10-0, 1:54.Third place — Harp tech. Preston, `14-4, 1:20.Championship — Lyon dec. Sledge, 4-4 last point.

215 — Sam Michelsen, Yokota, pin. Alek Gomez, Kadena, :59; Shane Koslow, St. Mary’s, pin. Zach Dignan, Zama, 2:27; Caleb Sablan, Kubasaki, pin. Reese Franklin, Edgren, 2:46; Kent Jenista, Kinnick, pin. Thomas Grespan, ASIJ, 2:48; Michelsen pin. Koslow, time unavailable; Jenista pin. Sablan, 5:14; Koslow pin. Grespan, 1:25; Gomez dec. Sablan, 11-10.Third place — Koslow dec. Gomez, 6-3.Championship — Michelsen pin. Jenista, 1:49.Second-place wrestleback — Koslow pin. Jenista, 2:20.

275 —Jacob Martin, Zama, pin. Cody Taylor, Kubasaki, 2:45; Chris Deibel, Kubasaki, pin. James White, Kadena, :26; Deibel pin. Taylor, time unavailable; Martin pin. Dorian Dillon; Martin pin. White, 1:47; Taylor pin. Dillon, time unavailable; Deibel dec. Martin, 7-2; Dillon pin. White, :47; Deibel def. Dillon by walkover; White pin. Taylor, 1:25.

Girls lightweight — Ariana Zemke, Zama, tech. Grace Weeks, CAJ, 10-0, 1:47; Ariana Zemke, Zama, tech. Sophia Lowrey, Kinnick, 10-0; Keisha Hadorn, Kinnick, pin. Hanna Yozawa, CAJ, 1:56; Yozawa pin. Weeks, 4:28.Third place — Lowrey pin. Yozawa, :21.Championship — Zemke pin. Hadorn, 1:10.

South KoreaSaturday at Yongsan GarrisonSeoul American 52, Osan 11 101 pounds — Ryan Oh, SAHS, by walkover; 108 — Jonathan Filer, SAHS, by walkover; 115 — Anisha Harilal, SAHS, dec. Keili Chatfield; 122 — Henry Harilal, SAHS, pin. Aiyana Clayborne, 1:58; 129 — Eric Guzman, SAHS, by walkover; 135 — Joseph Friend, SAHS, tech. Cody Dettman; 141 — Jack Newton, SAHS, pin. Jackson Newsom, 1:50; 148 — Devin Rix, SAHS, by walkover; 158 — Jarek Bartel, SAHS, by walkover; 168 — Christian Schmitz, Osan, by walkover; 180 — Jonathan Balmeo, Osan, by walkover; 215 — Wayne White, SAHS, by walkover; 275 — Connor Knight, SAHS, by walkover.

Seoul American 49, Humphreys 5 101 pounds —Oh by walkover; 108 — Filer by walkover; 115 — Anisha Harilal by walkover; 122 — Jonathan Brumfield, HHS, pin. Peter Petracca, :56; 129 — Guzman tech. Colton Tweedell; 135 — Friend pin. Imani McDonald, 1:45; 141 — Newton by walkover; 148— Rix by walkover; 158—Bartel by walkover; 168—Not contested; 180 — Not contested; 215 — White by walkover; 275 — Knight by walkover.

Seoul American 51, Daegu 9 101 pounds — Oh by walkover; 108 — Filer by walkover; 115 — Anisha Harilal by walkover; 122 — Henry Harilal by walkover; 129 — Guzman by walkover; 135 — Friend by walkover; 141 — Newton by walkover; 148 — Hunter Lane, Daegu, tech. Rix; 158 — Bartel pin. John Michael Medallo, 1:24; 168 — Jessica Figueroa, Daegu, by walkover; 180 — Not contested; 215 — White by walkover; 275 — Knight by walkover.

Basketball10th Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament Saturday at Foster Field House, Camp Foster

BoysKubasaki 54, Naha 38 Kubasaki 23 6 16 9 — 54Naha 4 9 11 14 — 38Scoring — Dragons: Skylor Stevens 12.

Kadena 48, Nago 44 Kadena 15 13 12 8 — 48Nago 12 8 11 13 — 44Scoring — Panthers: Justin Wilson 38.

Kubasaki 39, Futenma 27 Kubasaki 11 16 10 2 — 39Futenma 4 6 7 10 — 27Scoring — Dragons: Stevens 12.

Kadena 47, Kitanakagusuku 40 Kitanaka11 12 9 8 — 40Kadena 14 10 8 15 — 47Scoring — Panthers: Wilson 16.

Kadena 72, Maehara 61 Maehara 12 10 14 25 — 61Kadena 18 18 18 18 — 72Scoring — Panthers: Wilson 20, Isaiah Richardson 20.

Kubasaki 115, Urasoe 75 Kubasaki 30 38 34 13 — 115Urasoe 22 5 21 27 — 75Scoring —Dragons: Stevens 20, Matt Ashley 20.

GirlsFutenma 31, Kadena 18 Futenma 6 3 12 10 — 31Kadena 4 10 4 0 — 18Scoring — Panthers: Sai McBurrows 6.

Urasoe 39, Kubasaki 24 Urasoe 3 7 15 14 — 39Kubasaki 7 9 6 2 — 24Scoring — Dragons: Chloe’ Stevens 15.

Kadena 35, Kitanakagusuku 21 Kitanaka 6 4 11 0 — 21Kadena 10 4 9 12 — 35Scoring — Panthers: Rhamsey Wyche 16.

Naha Kokusai 39, Kubasaki 15 Naha Kokusai 6 13 11 9 — 39Kubasaki 6 4 4 1 — 15Scoring — Dragons: Stevens 8.

Futenma 84, Kubasaki 28 Futenma 25 17 21 21 — 84Kubasaki 0 6 9 13 — 28Scoring — Dragons: Isa Munoz 11.

Urasoe 73, Kadena 64 Urasoe 16 19 22 16 — 73Kadena 15 17 14 18 — 64Scoring — Panthers: Brenda Gulley 19.

Boys JapanWestern Japan Athletic Association Tournament Saturday at Senri Osaka International School of Kwansei GakuinSemifinals

Perry 44, Yokohama 42 MCP 15 10 15 4 — 44YIS 16 2 9 15 — 42Scoring — Samurai: Vincent Ermitano 16, Tyson Moore 10. Rebounding — Samurai: Desmond Moore 11, Ermitano 10. Assists — Samurai: Ermitano 5. Steals — Samurai: Ermitano 5. Noteworthy — Samurai advanced to final against King.

King 64, Canadian Academy 33 EJK 18 19 16 11 — 64CA 4 11 6 12 — 33Scoring — Cobras: Rikki Kendall 16, Dyson Robinson 14, Gemmar Caasi 10. Noteworthy — Cobras advanced to final against Matthew C. Perry.

ChampionshipPerry 44, King 42 MCP 12 19 5 8 — 44EJK 9 13 11 9 — 42Scoring — Samurai: Ermitano 11, Garrett Macias 10; Cobras: Devin Robinson 12, Chad Hinmon 10. Rebounding — Samurai: Tyson Moore 10, Macias 8, Ermitano 8.

South KoreaOsan 54, Seoul Foreign 46Saturday at Osan Air BaseSFS 13 8 10 15 — 46Osan 8 14 12 20 — 54Scoring — Cougars: Darius Dawson 23, Sung DeAngelo 19, Justin Maglalang 10. Rebounding — Cougars: DeAngelo 11. Noteworthy — Third win of season for Cougars, who hand Crusaders second straight loss after opening 7-1.

Taejon Christian 65, Daegu 55Saturday at Camp WalkerTCIS 21 13 11 20 — 65Daegu 11 9 19 16 — 55Scoring — Dragons: James Redfern 28, Richard Redfern 17; Warriors: Joone Abaya 11, Anthony Calhoun 11, Ken Musselwhite 10.

GirlsWestern Japan Athletic Association Tournament Saturday at Canadian Academy, Kobe SemifinalsPerry 56, St. Maur 36 St. Maur 4 9 10 13 — 36MCP 13 14 12 17 — 56Scoring — Samurai: Devon Shuman 15, Lebet Erhart 13, Angel Cadavos 12. Rebounding — Samurai: Ebony Bates 21, Cadavos 7, Lebet Erhart 5. Noteworthy — Samurai advanced to final against Yokohama.

Yokohama 50, King 48, OTEJK 5 14 9 13 7 — 48YIS 10 9 7 15 9 — 50Scoring — Cobras: Gabby Hidalgo 13, Sam Pesile 12. Rebounding — Cobras: Ariel Horton 10, Hidalgo 8. Noteworthy — Cobras relegated to third-place game against St. Maur.

Third placeKing 48, St. Maur 45 St. Maur 10 11 9 15 — 45EJK 7 9 15 17 — 48Scoring — Cobras: Hidalgo 14. Rebounding — Cobras: Horton 12, Zanitta Boyd 12.

ChampionshipPerry 48, Yokohama 32 YIS 7 11 12 2 — 32MCP 18 15 6 9 — 48Scoring — Samurai: Erhart 15, Naomi Ziola 11. Rebounding — Samurai: Erhart 18, Bates 11, Sakura Fleming 8, Shuman 5. Blocked shots — Samurai: Ziola 3.

ASIJ 48, CAJ 31 Friday at TokyoCAJ 19 5 3 4 — 31ASIJ 11 10 14 13 — 48Scoring — Mustangs: Erin Chang 26.


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