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Matthew C. Perry

Shutdown kicks Pacific athletes off mats, courts

With just more than a week before the Far East wrestling championships are set to take place, Daegu senior Hunter Lane – and hundreds of other Pacific high school student-athletes – now have to wonder whether such events will happen.


Kinnick holds up well to Beast challenge

Four Red Devils take titles as team outdistances rival St. Mary's to take title.


Longtime DODEA-Pacific athletics coordinator dies after a long illness

Don Hobbs, was the athletics coordinator for DODEA-Pacific for 13 years and a DODEA employee for more than three decades.


Prep roundup

Falcons stay unbeaten by edging Osan

Seoul American freshman sinks both free throws with just .8 seconds left to give her Falcons a 39-38 squeaker of a win over Osan.


Prep roundup

Falcons boys break through for first victory

Caleb Lee, the lone returner on Far East Boys Division I Tournament champion Seoul American, had 21 points, six rebounds, four steals and three assists.


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.


Prep roundup

Kinnick continues to roll, but with a surprise or two

Sophomore Raphael Gomez, in his first year of wrestling for Edgren’s varsity, rallied from an 11-4 deficit to pin Kinnick’s former two-time Far East champion Lucas Wirth.


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.


Prep roundup

Perry turns heads for strong finish behind perennial power Kinnick

Scoring second-place berths for the Samurai were Gio Cano (108), Brad Ponsiano (115), Bryan Williams (135), Ethan Cecil (168), Zac Forester (215) and Marshall China (heavyweight).

Matthew C. Perry school info

Location: Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan
Mascot: Samurai
Colors: Maroon and white
Enrollment: 147
Website: http://www.perry-hs.pac.dodea.edu/

Principal: Lorenzo Brown
Athletic director: George Williams

Coaches:
Football: Frank Macias
Cross country: Brad Cramer
Girls volleyball: Patricia Swiderski
Tennis: Mark Lange
Boys basketball: Joshua Henry
Girls basketball: Brad Cramer
Wrestling: Chris Munsell
Boys soccer: Mark Lange
Girls soccer: George Tarleton
Baseball: Frank Macias
Softball: Brad Cramer


Wall of champions

Far East Championships for Matthew C. Perry:

2017

Division II football
Division II baseball
Division II girls soccer

2016

Division II boys soccer

2015

Division II boys soccer

2014

Division II boys soccer

2013

Division II boys soccer

2012

Division II boys soccer
Division II girls soccer
Division II girls cross country

2010

Division II boys soccer

2009

Tennis: Andre Bugawan and Shea Redick, mixed doubles

2008

Wrestling: Craig Bell, 122

1996

Division II boys basketball

1995

Division II boys basketball

1976

Cross country: Laurie Taylor, girls

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