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Kinnick's Gailson, Gallo named DODEA-Pacific's top athletes

For the first time, Department of Defense Education Activity-Pacific has named high school Athletes of the Year. And it’s one Red Devil of a senior pair.


DODEA cancels spring sports season in Japan

The announcement came the same day that DODEA-Japan and DODEA-Okinawa officials announced that classroom instruction would be halted from March 20-April 10 due to coronavirus concerns.


It's time to play ball again on Okinawa

With play resuming between Kubasaki and Kadena this week, Okinawa is the only place on earth where DODEA teams have started spring sports competition.


Amid coronavirus concerns, spring tryouts begin on Okinawa

Track and field begins its tryouts on Monday, and all sports in DODEA-Japan will follow starting Monday, with Zama the last to hit the fields on Wednesday.


Far East basketball, cheerleading canceled due to coronavirus fears

DODEA-Pacific officials decide to cancel events in South Korea, Japan and Okinawa due to concerns over spread of coronavirus.


Far East basketball

Humphreys boys look to demonstrate lessons they have learned

Talk about a rough patch for Blackhawks boys basketball.


Far East basketball

Zama, Kadena seen as favorites in girls tourneys

While some teams look at a basketball tournament as a “go hard or go home” deal, Chloe Sterling says she and her Zama teammates have their own spin on that expression: “Go hard or go hard.”


Far East D-I dual-meet tourney

Dragons claw way to Far East wrestling sweep

Kubasaki tops Kinnick in team championship a day after four wrestlers take titles in individual tournament.


Far East wrestling

Four Dragons capture titles as Kubasaki defends crown

Just as Colin Nation’s victory at 180 pounds clinched the D-I title for Kubasaki, the Division II team crown came down to Yokota senior Austin Fisher pinning American School In Japan’s Dani Rahman at 215.


Kadena boys take second straight Friendship crown

Panthers are now 18-3 with one game against Kubasaki left before Far East tournament begins.


Zama turns last year's disappointment into triumph

Inspired by their home fans, ASIJ made it a see-saw battle, until finally, Kirari Smith hit two foul shots with 45 seconds left to give the Trojans just enough of a cushion.


Kubasaki sends a message in dominant "Beast" victory

Dragons have won only two of the last 10 Far East wrestling titles, but send six wrestlers to championship match in biggest in-season tournament.


Tournaments serve as tests for wrestling, basketball teams

They finished fourth, losing four times in the Kanto Classic last January. But coach Daisy Whitaker-Hayes called the three-day tournament at American School In Japan a “pivotal point” in Zama’s bid for its first DODEA-Japan and Far East Division II Tournament titles.


Taipei gives Okinawa teams a new challenge

Players from each team said they felt they gained something from the games, their first against non-Okinawa opponents since the season started.


Prep roundup

Daegu, Humphreys girls will be Korea tourney favorites

Coupled with Humphreys’ 45-8 home win against Yongsan, the Warriors and Blackhawks each finished 9-1 in the regular season.


Okinawa teams finally get chance to play someone else

For the first time since the season began in early December, Kadena’s and Kubasaki’s boys and girls basketball teams get to face somebody besides teams based in Okinawa.


Prep roundup

Blackhawks pull together for key win over Daegu

Jaylynn Knight scored 15 points and Humphreys took charge in the third quarter before holding off the Warriors for a 38-37 triumph.


Prep roundup

Many wrestlers get chance to see what Far East foes look like

Colin Nation, a Kubasaki junior transfer from Tampa Prep, won all three of his bouts by technical fall.


Wrestlers set to Rumble again this weekend

After seven years on the shelf, the Rumble on the Rock wrestling tournament is back on the Okinawa mats, with four regular Far East tournament teams and local Japanese grapplers set for a full day’s action Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Futenma.


Wrestling preview

Osan turns back the clock by filling out the lineup

There were just two wrestlers in the Osan practice room two years ago, setting off concerns about an “empty room syndrome” at some of the smaller programs in Korea.


Boys basketball preview

Can Humphreys duplicate a perfect season?

After winning all 33 games and a school-first Far East Division I boys basketball title, the question is: Can Humphreys do it all again?


Girls basketball preview

Zama has become the leader of the pack

What a difference that first championship season has made for Zama’s girls basketball team.


Far East Tennis - Day 1

DODEA players on the verge of spots in finals

One DODEA-Pacific boys player will for sure reach Saturday’s singles finals of the Far East high school tennis tournament. And it’s possible two could reach the girls final.


Far East cross country

Galvins team up to lead Yokota to relay victory

Throughout their high school years, Aiko Galvin said she’d heard constant comparisons of her older brothers Daniel and Mickey, each of them Yokota cross country and track stars.


Far East cross country

Four runners can now call themselves Far East champs

Kinnick's Gailson, King's Scarver win boys races while in girls races, sisters duplicate feats that older brothers had already accomplished.


Far East tennis

High hopes, tension as players get set for action on courts

Jenna Mahoney shouted with joy after the final point, then fell to her knees, a cascade of emotion coursing down her face after she repeated as DODEA-Japan girls singles tennis champion Saturday.


Far East cross country

ASIJ out, Guam in at wide-open Far East meet

Individual, team competitions up for grabs at meet that will have colder conditions than some top competitors are used to.


Kubasaki sends Bales out on a winning note

Dragons defeat American School In Japan in last game of season - and career - for longtime DODEA coach.


Different school, same result for Kadena's Johnson

Sophomore wins both singles and doubles titles on Okinawa and gets set for Far East competition.


Kinnick, Humphreys meet for right to play one more time

It couldn’t get any more simple for Humphreys and defending champion Nile C. Kinnick: Win and extend the season a week. Lose and go home.

Kubasaki school info

Location: Camp Foster, Okinawa
Mascot: Dragons
Colors: Green and white
Enrollment: 664
Website: http://www.kubasaki-hs.pac.dodea.edu/

Principal: James Strait
Athletic director: Jon Fick

Coaches:
Football:
Tony Alvarado
Tennis: Amanda Vinson
Cross country: Saleem Malik, Chris Eastman
Girls volleyball: Mike Hogen
Boys basketball: Saleem Malik
Girls basketball: Steven Casner
Wrestling: Brent Cook
Boys soccer: Christopher Eastman
Girls soccer: Steven Casner
Golf: Saleem Malik
Baseball: Randy Toor
Softball: Trevor Thibert
Track and field: Kenneth Gipson


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Wall of champions

Far East Championships for Kubasaki:

2017

Division I girls volleyball
Track: Ja'Tavia Callier, girls 100 hurdles

2016

Division I volleyball
Division I boys basketball
Division I boys soccer
Division I girls soccer

2015

Division I boys basketball
Track: Kaelyn Francis, girls 100, girls 200; girls 400 relay
Wrestling: Christian Fernandez, heavyweight
Division I volleyball

2014

Division I volleyball
Division I girls soccer
Division I boys track
Track: Rahman Farnell, boys 100; Francis, girls 200
Wrestling: Zach Tyler, 101; Austin Cyr, 148; Tanner Stamper, 158; Fernandez, heavyweight

2013

Division I baseball
Division I football
Division I wrestling (dual)
Boys track
Track: Farnell, boys 100, boys 200; boys 400 relay; Ryan Bugler, boys 800; Erik Armes, boys 1,600, boys 3,200; Jesica Ircink, girls 1,600; Allie Reichenberg, girls 3,200; girls 3,200 relay
Wrestling: Daniel Mora, 108; Steven Walter, 115; Cyr, 148; Fred Suniga, 215

2012

Division I girls soccer
Division I softball
Division I boys basketball
Wrestling: Walter, 108; Suniga, 215

2011

Division I boys basketball
Cross country: Armes, boys
Track: boys 400 relay; Vallen Alleyne, girls shot put, girls discus
Wrestling: Walter, 101; Jonathan Goddard, 141; Matt Payne, 180

2010

Baseball
Track: A.J. Watson, boys 100, boys 200; boys 400 relay; Alleyne, girls discus; Micaela Sherman, girls 110 hurdles

2009

Division I wrestling
Wrestling: Scott Wood, 122

2008

Division I boys soccer
Wrestling: Wood, 115; Bucky Shaw, heavyweight

2007

Division I boys basketball
Division I girls soccer
Wrestling: Wood, 108; Matt Maza, 129; Jorge Cristobal, 215

2006

Cross country: Matt Coon, boys
Wrestling: Wood, 101; Steve Courtney, 158

2005

Division I football
Wrestling
Wrestling: Jack Abate, 101; Maza, 122; Courtney, 148; Paul Haecherl, heavyweight

2004

Division I girls basketball

2003

Division I girls soccer

2002

Division I boys soccer
Division I girls soccer
Wrestling (dual)
Division I girls basketball

2001

Boys soccer
Wrestling: T.J. Aguila, 101; Bobby Duncan, 122

2000

Wrestling
Wrestling: Aguila, 101; Duncan, 115; Russell Micho, 168; Josh Collins, heavyweight

1999

Wrestling
Wrestling: Liam Mulcahy, 101; Will Greer, 129; Christian Pilapil, 135; Justin L. Miller, 158

1998

Wrestling
Wrestling: JL.Miller, 148

1997

Wrestling (individual)
Division I boys basketball
Wrestling: JL.Miller, 141; Joe Guerrero, heavyweight

1996

Wrestling: Justin S. Miller, 129; JL.Miller, 135

1995

Wrestling (individual)
Tennis: Theresa Felix, girls singles; Felix and Stephanie Supko, girls doubles
Wrestling: JS.Miller, 115; Kris Huffman, 122; Matt Murray, 141; Adam Koch, 180

1994

Wrestling
Wrestling: Dan Charboneau, 101; Darby James, 108; Huffman, 122; Rob Meade, 129

1993

Division I girls basketball
Wrestling: Tom Chavez, 101; Anthony Brooker, 108; Jamel Smith, heavyweight

1992

Wrestling
Wrestling: Chavez, 101; Jed Burt, 122; James Simon, 135; Crhis Murray, 148

1991

Wrestling
Wrestling: Steve Sigafus, 108; Michael Hogan, 115; Simon, 129; Mike Lindblom, 135; Doug Hoston, 158; Smith, 180; Wilbur Harbor, 221-260

1990

Division I girls basketball
Wrestling: Milo Stafford, 115

1989

Division I boys basketball
Wrestling: Johnny Wirsig, 148; Elbert Bailey, 168; Monte Scrivner, 180

1988

Division I boys basketball
Girls cross country
Wrestling
Wrestling: Bailey, 158; Don Patterson, 168; Wiley Cooke, 180

1987

Wrestling: Robert Treacher, 108; Brian Hughes, 122; Trevor Lyons, 158

1986

Division I girls basketball
Wrestling
Wrestling: Drew Scheuerman, 122; Tony Pacheco, 129; Alan Mrano, 135; Robert Melville, 141; Ken Monaco, 180

1985

Division I girls basketball
Wrestling
Wrestling: Scheuerman, 115; Al.Morano, 122; Melville, 135; Richard Wittington, 141; John Higa, 158; Mike Beyma, 180

1984

Wrestling (co-champs)
Wrestling: Tsuyoshi Wells, 101; Robert Westberg, 141; Higa, 148; Victor Sim, 158

1983

Wrestling
Wrestling: Ariel Morano, 101; Mark Beyma, 158; Robert Mundy, heavyweight

1982

Wrestling: Tom Taniguchi, 158

1980

Division I girls basketball
Wrestling: Wayne Tanaguchi, 101

1979

Division I girls basketball
Wrestling: Masaru Yamada, 148

1978

Division I girls basketball
Wrestling: John Bush, 115, Joe Robinson, 122; Don Bush, 129; Yamada, 141

1977

Wrestling
Wrestling: Eugene Kim, 101; Richard Harrison, 108; Art Maccaro, 141

1976

Wrestling: Mike Dumapay, 158, Fred Freee, 180; Robert Kellberg, hevyweight

1975

Wrestling: Custis Tamon, 101; Cliff Tamashiro, 115; Ken Kitagawa, 148; Mike Brown, 168; John Bohush, heavyweight

1974

Wrestling: Mike Nakashima, 108; Brown, 170

1967

Division I boys basketball

1961

Division I boys basketball

1960

Division I boys basketball

1959

Division I boys basketball

1956

Division I boys basketball

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More than 340 players from 16 Japanese teams played in the festival with a good 700 spectators in the stands on Sunday – “by far” the most in the event’s history, said its founding father, Art Arao.


Kadena's Ray races to best time in DODEA-Pacific this season

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