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Chadwick edges Kubasaki to retain Perry Cup title

Kubasaki came up just short in its bid for a Perry Cup soccer tournament title in the Dragons’ first appearance in the in-season invitational.


Baseball preview

Ferch hopes that seven times is the charm for Kadena

If holding onto a DODEA coaching position was based solely on performance, then on paper, it would seem that Steven Ferch had little left to prove.


Softball preview

Defending champs have new look, but same mission

Of all the challenges Kubasaki’s girls softball team has faced in its 17 years of existence, this year’s is perhaps the most daunting, Jalyn Foster said.


Track preview

King's debut means that everyone's on track in Pacific

For the first time since it became a Far East tournament sport in 2010, all DODEA-Pacific schools now have track and field teams.


Prep roundup

King boys beat Perry in soccer for first time in a decade

Cobras avenge 5-1 defeat on Friday to edge Samurai 2-1 on Saturday and earn season-opening split.


Girls soccer preview

Stars return for several teams with high hopes

A slew of Pacific girls soccer stars are back for encore performances and appear primed to lead their teams to prominence.


Boys soccer preview

Perry, Kadena start off seasons experimenting

Why mess with success? To achieve even more success, or at least that’s the theory of two of DODEA-Pacific’s top soccer programs.


Edgren, St. Mary's take dual-meet titles

It gave Edgren a sweep of both the dual-meet and individual-freestyle team titles for the first time since 2016.


Korean-based wrestlers, Kubasaki shine on the mats

Two Osan wrestlers and one from Humphreys take individual titles, while Dragons end St. Mary's-Kinnick run on championships.


Daegu, Zama head small-school field

Super sophomores Bethani Newbold and Dai’Ja Turner and the Warriors went 12-0 in the regular season.


Far East boys basketball

Humphreys, King clear favorites in boys tourneys

It’s been awhile since two boys basketball teams entered Far East tournaments with the huge bull’s-eyes being toted by Division I favorite Humphreys and Division II favorite E.J. King.


Several teams believe they've got shot at Far East crown

For the first time in six years, there appears to be no clear favorite entering this week’s Far East wrestling tournament, at least in the Division I field.


Falcon girls starting to soar in final season

Seoul American’s most recent win in a five-game run came Wednesday in the regular-season finale. Mya Rolison, a sophomore transfer, had her lone triple-double of the season: 12 points, 11 rebounds, 10 steals.


Shonan reminds wrestlers they have work to do before Far East

Japanese school takes five weight class titles and team victory in annual "Beast of Far East" tournament.


Humphreys joins mix at ASIJ hoop tourney

The American School In Japan Kanto Classic is considered the major in-season tune-up for Far East, featuring some of the same teams the Blackhawks will face in next month’s Division I Tournament at Humphreys.


Kadena boys survive test from Taipei

Until Saturday, the Panthers and Dragons boys and girls teams had only faced each other.


Okinawa schools set to host Taipei

It's the first time this season that Kadena and Kubasaki will play other teams with American players other than themselves.


Prep roundup

Edgren boys, Zama girls are last unbeatens on Japan

Kadena continues hardwood domination of Kubasaki and Turner does just about everything for Daegu.


Wrestling preview

This might be the year that someone breaks the St. Mary's-Kinnick monopoly

After five seasons of dominance by St. Mary’s and Nile C. Kinnick on the Far East Division I wrestling scene, it’s pretty much starting-over time for the Titans and Red Devils - particularly for the latter.


Girls basketball preview

Fields wide open on who will make it championship games

And while American School of Bangkok might again soar to a D-I title, the small-schools title is up for grabs, now that Yokota’s super seniors, Britney and Jamia Bailey, have graduated.


Boys basketball preview

Kinnick, Humphreys can't both win Far East titles this year

Nile C. Kinnick won a Far East boys basketball title last year. So did Humphreys. This year, at least one of those teams won’t. At least not all by themselves.


Volleyball AOY

Larry was consistent leader until it came time to change

CAMP FOSTER, Okinawa – Kubasaki was in trouble in the Far East Division I Tournament finals against defending champion Seisen.


Far East D-I volleyball

Kubasaki rallies past Seisen to reclaim throne

The Dragons came back from a two-set hole to dethrone defending champion Seisen in five sets for the crown.


Far East volleyball preview

Dragons nearing season-long goal of regaining title

Unbeaten Kubasaki took third last year after three straight championships.


Far East cross country

Samurai newcomers cross line first in school first

Former volleyball player Angelique Armijo and fellow junior Owen Young, a transfer from Zama, give Perry top D-II individual honors for both boys and girls for the first time.


Athletes, coaches adjusting to new cross country format

Due to a new format, Monday’s Far East cross country meet features two-thirds the athletes it did a year ago.


Dragons take on Blackhawks and come out on top

Haydn Peterson’s 18-yard interception-return touchdown with 9 minutes, 2 seconds left proved to be the game-winning points as Kubasaki outlasted a persistent Humphreys.


Edgren steps in for Perry to take on Kinnick

The Eagles’ season was scheduled to be over last Friday when they beat Perry 34-6, but they were offered to replace the Samurai and they accepted.


Tennis players get final matches in before Far East

Kubasaki sweeps Kadena to win all Okinawa titles, while ASIJ and Seisen capture Kanto championships.


Kelly leads Kinnick past resistant Kubasaki

Junior quarterback went 21-for-31 for 230 yards – with passes going to eight different receivers – and accounted for all three Kinnick touchdowns. He also had 47 yards on five carries.

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: Saleem Malek
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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