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Pacific Scoreboard: Nov. 18, 2017

Kadena's Kai Harris puts up a shot between two Maehara players during Saturday's boys basketball game. The Panthers rallied past the Fighting Bulls 81-64.

DAVE ORNAUER/STARS AND STRIPES

By STARS AND STRIPES Published: November 18, 2017

High school

Wrestling

Japan

Matthew C. Perry Invitational
Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni
Nile C. Kinnick 117, Perry 42, Yokota 20, E.J. King 14, Zama 7
101 —
1, Caleb Heino, Yokota; 2, John Lanzilotto, Kinnick.
108 — 1, Jabari Hazelwood, Kinnick; 2, Gio Cano, MCP.
115 — 1, Kaiden Meyer, Yokota; 2, Brad Ponsiano, MCP.
122 — 1, Jordan Smith, Kinnick; 2, Matthew Araki, Zama.
129 — 1, Lucas Wirth, Kinnick; 2, Zach Kornegay, Kinnick.
135 — 1, Devoney Stanley, Kinnick; 2, Bryan Williams, MCP.
141 — 1, Mason Smith, Kinnick; 2, Ethan Hamilton, Kinnick.
148 — 1, Marc Morgan, Kinnick; 2, Logan Lamabos, EJK.
158 — 1, Darius Swenson, Kinnick; 2, Kenji Kono, EJK.
168 — 1, Kameron Leon Guerrero, Kinnick; 2, Ethan Cecil, MCP.
180 — 1, Tyler Reyes, Kinnick; 2, Mark Macato, Kinnick.
215 — 1, Chris Mason, Kinnick; 2, Zac Forester, MCP.
Heavyweight — Jacob Loffreda, Kinnick; 2, Marshall China, MCP.
 

Baseball

Guam

George Washington 14, Guam High 4
Saturday at Mangilao
Panthers  000 04 —  4  4 7
Geckos   160 16x — 14 12 1
L — Joshua Duenas, 2 IP (3 H, 1 ER, 4 BB, 1 SO).
 

Soccer

Boys

Guam

Harvest Christian Academy 8, Guam 0
Saturday at Barrigada
Halftime — 3-0.
 

Basketball

Boys

Okinawa

Kadena 81, Maehara 64
Saturday at Kadena Air Base
Maehara  16 17  6 25 — 64
Panthers 14 19 25 23 — 81
Scoring — Panthers: Montez Young 21, Eugene Robinson 11; Fighting Bulls: Hayate Taba 23, Taichi Miyazato 15.

Kadena 57, Kitanakagusuku 45
Saturday at Kadena Air Base
Kitanakagusuku 11 10  9 15 — 45
Kadena         12 22 14  9 — 57
Scoring — Panthers: Young 18. Noteworthy — 12 of Young’s points came in second quarter.

Kubasaki 81, Maehara 59
Saturday at Kadena Air Base
Maehara  26 19  7  7 — 59
Kubasaki 18 16 25 22 — 81
Scoring — Dragons: Elonzo Higginson III 24, Ilijah Washington 21, Jonathan Baker 13, Jonathan Hoppe 10.

Japan

King 74, Yokota 50
Saturday at Sasebo Naval Base
Panthers 9  7 23 11 — 50
Cobra   28 13 21 12 — 74
Scoring — Cobras: Elijah Dannel 25, Sidney Parks 23, Dyson Robinson 18; Panthers: Kishaun Kimble-Brooks 19, Renyck Robertson 15.

Kinnick 90, Perry 18
Saturday at Yokosuka Naval Base
Samurai     3  7  5  3 — 18
Red Devils 23 29 21 18 — 90
Scoring — Red Devils: Gage Henderson 17, Kaine Roberts 16, Rashad Rapada 12, Kedrick Stockman 10; Samurai: Kapili Gleason 11. Noteworthy — For the second straight game, nine of Gibson’s 11 points came on three-point goals.

Zama 68, Robert D. Edgren 62
Saturday at Misawa Air Base
Trojans 8 16 17 27 — 68
Eagles 14 12 18 18 — 62
Scoring — Trojans: Jeremiah Stewart 32, Rafael Labrador 11; Eagles: Roman Perez 22, Cyril Yalung 17, Jun Royster 11. Rebounding — Trojans: Jaleen Carroll 9, DeVonte Gabriel 6, Stewart 5.

Girls

Japan

Yokota 54, King 25
Saturday at Sasebo Naval Base
Panthers 10 11 19 14 — 54
Cobras    7  4  8  6 — 25
Scoring — Panthers: Britney Bailey 23, Jamia Bailey 16. Rebounding — Panthers: B. Bailey 12. Steals — Panthers: J. Bailey 8. Assists — Panthers: J. Bailey 5.

Kinnick 46, Perry 9
Saturday at Yokosuka Naval Base
Samurai    2  0  3  4 —  9
Red Devils 4 14 16 12 — 46
Scoring — Red Devils: Dallas Carter 19. Rebounding — Red Devils: Carter 12, Jade McGinnis 7. Assists — Red Devils: Annalicia Santos 6.

Edgren 34, Zama 17
Saturday at Misawa Air Base
Trojans 2  3  8  4 — 17
Eagles  8  8  3 15 — 34
Scoring — Eagles: Karen Anastos 11, Aaliyah Scott 11; Trojans: Armelia Baldwin 8. Rebounding — Eagles: Christina Taylor 12, Anastos 10; Trojans: Kate Hulquist 7, Jazmine Diwa 6.

Guam

Okkodo 43, Guam 33
Friday at Agana Heights
Bulldogs 8  1 12 12 — 43
Panthers 9  6 13  5 — 33
Scoring — Bulldogs: Danica Cabrera 12; Panthers: Katrina Davis 12, Alexia Brown 10. Rebounding — Panthers: Davis 10.

Kadena's Casey Cox shoots past two Maehara players during Saturday's boys basketball game. The Panthers rallied past the Fighting Bulls 81-64.
DAVE ORNAUER/STARS AND STRIPES

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