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Kinnick looks to continue strong start with visit to Edgren

They’re 6-0 thus far this season, a sharp departure from the Nile C. Kinnick boys basketball team that a season ago went 17-20 overall.


Wrestling preview

Kubasaki looks to rejoin ranks of Pacific mat elite

Ever since Kubasaki wrestling extended its Pacific-record run to 25 Far East tournament titles five years ago, it’s been a run of frustration for the Dragons, thanks mainly to Kanto Plain-based powerhouses St. Mary’s and Nile C. Kinnick.


Girls basketball preview

Can three-time champs make it four in a row?

After capturing three titles each in as many tries in the Far East Division II tournament, the question for Yokota girls basketball is, can they make it four in a row each?


Boys basketball preview

Transfer could put Humphreys over the top

Coach Ron Merriwether said he could not have asked for a better move-in than having Quintin Metcalf transfer from Seoul American to his Humphreys boys basketball team.


Seisen rallies and rallies to earn championship

A league championship, a major in-season invitational and the first Far East tournament title in 24 years.


Far East cross country

Experience counts as seniors sweep races

Call Wednesday “Senior Day” in the Far East Cross Country meet.


Seisen serves notice it's a challenger at Far East volleyball

Phoenix win ASIJ tourney by downing defending D-I champion Kubasaki in finals.


Kadena's Garcia, Kubasaki's Joy earn first victories at Okinawa finals

It was the capper to an Okinawa season when Kadena won first place in every meet, boys and girls.


Many teams have extra things to deal with this week

Few weeks are as memorable in the life of a high school student as homecoming. School spirit is place on display in a variety of manners, to include the homecoming parade, the dance, even days when students are asked to wear pajamas or don their clothing backwards.


Home Team

Rules governing long trips are there to prevent incidents

Garrett Macias and his Matthew C. Perry football teammates were settled in early Thursday evening for their bus ride, as long as 13 hours, to Yokota, their minds focused on a possible berth in the Far East Division II football title game.


Mustangs keep playoff hopes alive by topping Kubasaki

Jack Ambrosino accounted for four touchdowns and 306 yards as ASIJ gets first D-I win at expense of winless Dragons.


Home Team

Kubasaki standouts ending careers on sideline

The cheering had barely died down three Novembers ago, following one of the biggest upsets in Far East Division I Volleyball Tournament history, when then-freshmen Chloe’ Stevens and Maiya Larry of Kubasaki said they made a pact.


Red Devils start slowly, then run over Kubasaki

Harry Cheng ran 17 times for 134 yards, scoring on runs of 6, 4 and 38 yards.


Panthers get another shot at Mustangs

It would be understandable if Kadena football entered Saturday’s rematch of the 2016 Far East Division I title game hungry for revenge, after losing twice at American School In Japan’s Mustang Valley last season.


Humphreys rallies to keep Kubasaki winless

It was the second victory in school history over a Division I team for the Blackhawks. The Dragons fell to 0-3.


Tennis preview

ASIJ brings back champ, firepower to courts

To get to the top of the mountain is enough of a challenge. To stay there? Even more so, especially in an individual discipline such as tennis.


Cross country preview

Kinnick, Yokota look to plug holes in lineups

Already a Far East track and field power, Nile C. Kinnick has seen some of that success translate over to the cross country courses in recent times.


Volleyball preview

Defending champs facing different prospects

A one-of-a-kind run that produced three straight Far East Division I Tournament titles might be at an end for Kubasaki.


Kadena-Kubasaki round one is no contest

Eric McCarter, Cody Sego combine for five touchdowns as Panthers romp.


Kubasaki wants another shot at championship

Though the roster is senior-laden, only 39 names populate the overall roster, compared to as many as 65 in recent years.


Far East track - Day 2

Kinnick, Zama defend titles as more records fall

Ti’Ara Carroll said she couldn’t think of a better end to her four-year career as a Zama sprinter.


Far East track preview

Records in cross hairs at season-ending meet

Britt Sease and the Zama girls relay team enter the 2017 Far East Track and Field Meet having set new Pacific records across 400 meters less than a week ago.


Far East DI boys soccer

Kadena back on top after OT win

Mike Callahan had been in the same situation before, losing his key midfielder to injury and having to adjust before the Far East Boys Division I Soccer Tournament final.


Kubasaki sweeps Kadena to take softball series

Ari Gieseck never played softball before this season. No one would have known that by her performance Thursday and Friday in the Okinawa district finals.


Far East softball

Can Kadena make it four in a row?

Bryana Alexander has been down this road be-fore, chasing a repeat championship on the softball diamond.


Boys soccer

Samurai, Dragons out to defend titles

On paper, Matthew C. Perry would appear to be aiming at the future instead of extending its five-year run atop the Far East Boys Division II Tournament.


Far East girls soccer

Returning champs have foes lined up to take crowns

It’s a subject Lexi Klimek and her Kubasaki teammates are loath to discuss, especially since they’re talking about it a second straight year.


Far East baseball

Winning arms race is key for baseball tourneys

Baseball coaches can sometimes be fanatical when it comes to numbers.


Kadena, Kubasaki trade wins on diamond, soccer field

The Panthers won the season softball series for the 15th straight year, taking three of five games. Kubasaki takes boys, girls season soccer matchups.


Athletes hope to leap to victory in Korea

Jumpers will enter Saturday’s Korea district track and field finals “peaking at the right time,” Humphreys coach and the meet’s manager Ron Merriwether said.

Kubasaki school info

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

Principal: Gregory Mowen
Athletic director: Jon Fick

Coaches:
Football:
Fred Bales
Tennis: Amanda Vinson
Cross country: Paul Campbell
Girls volleyball: Mike Hogen
Boys basketball: Jon Fick
Girls basketball: Steven Casner
Wrestling: Brent Cook
Boys soccer: Christopher Eastman
Girls soccer: Steven Casner
Golf:
Baseball: Randy Toor
Softball:
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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