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Nile C. Kinnick

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.


Student-athletes face tests on, off fields of play

Many a coach dreads the first two Saturdays this month if they’re coaching a team destined for a long-haul trip to one of the outlying areas of Japan or Korea.


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).


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.


Girls cross country AOY

Cates-Beier's hard work, ability equals title

One thing Taryn Cates-Beier enjoys is work. Hard work.


D-I football final

Kadena rallies in heart-breaking loss for Kinnick

Go for the corner of the end zone and find the championship.


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 football

Four teams, two rematches, two titles up for grabs

An air of anticipation hangs over Yokosuka Naval Base in Japan and Korea’s Camp Humphreys because the local high school is venturing into uncharted football territory.


Far East cross country

Experience counts as seniors sweep races

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


Prep roundup

Yokota breaks Red Devils' DODEA-Japan volleyball reign

Britney Bailey had 24 kills and reigning Far East Division II Tournament MVP Kyra Anderson had 37 assists to boost Yokota, the defending D-II champion, past host Kinnick.


Kinnick dominates Zama to stay perfect on season

Kacey Walker ran for two touchdowns on three carries, Harry Cheng and Aaron Peterson scored once each and Andrew Urette rushed for three TDs and the Red Devils outgained Zama 485-3 in a 76-6 romp.


Kinnick shuts out Yokota to stay perfect on season

Aaron Peterson finished with 156 yards on nine attempts, including touchdown runs of 25, 35 and 42 yards for the Red Devils,


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.


Kinnick outscores Kadena to take command of D-I chase

Devoney Stanley, a senior defensive back, intercepted a fourth-down pass with 27.5 seconds left and host Nile C. Kinnick held on to edge Kadena 45-40 in a battle of unbeaten D-I teams.


Showdowns will likely determine at least half of finalists

Call it a weekend of de facto semifinals in DODEA-Pacific high school football: Matthew C. Perry visits Yokota at 6 p.m. Friday, while Nile C. Kinnick hosts Kadena at 2 p.m. Saturday.


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.


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.

Nile C. Kinnick school info

Location: Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan
Mascot: Red Devils
Colors: Red and white
Enrollment: 603
Web site: http://www.kinnick-hs.pac.dodea.edu/

Principal: Jackie Ferguson
Athletic director: Danielle Bischoff

Coaches:
Football:
Dan Joley
Tennis: Robert Stovall
Cross country: Luke Voth
Girls volleyball: Tony SanNicolas, Travis Stevens
Boys basketball: Robert Stovall
Girls basketball: Michael Adair
Wrestling: Gary Wilson
Boys soccer: Travis Stevens
Girls soccer: Nicolas Hindie
Girls softball:
Baseball: Brandon Donat
Track and field:
Luke Voth and Anthony San Nicolas


Wall of champions

Far East Championships for Nile C. Kinnick:

2017

Division I cross country
Wrestling: Chon Daereing, 115; Devoney Stanley, 129; Dwayne Lyon, 180; Marc Domery, heavyweight
Division I softball
Division I girls soccer
Track: DI girls, overall; Alex Austin, DI boys shot put, discus; boys DI 400 relay; Dazlyn Brown, DI girls 100; Exotica Hall, DI girls 200, high jump; Sonti Sesay, DI girls 300 hurdles; DI girls 400 relay

2016

Wrestling: Lucas Wirth, 108; Dwayne Lyon, 180
Division I boys track
Division I girls trrack

2015

Division I wrestling (dual)
Division I girls track
Track: Jabari Johnson, boys 100, boys 200; Aya Stewart, girls 400
Wrestling: Lucas Wirth, 101; Dre Paylor, 168

2014

Division I wrestling (dual)
Track: Johnson, boys 200, boys 400; Audri Salter, girls shot put; Stewart, girls 400; girls 400 relay; Carydaliz Fontanez, girls 800
Wrestling: Nate Abrenilla, 122

2013

Division I girls softball
Division I girls basketball
Division I girls track
Track: Daniel Costello, boys shot put; boys 3,200 relay; Val James, girls 100, girls 400; Fontanez, girls 800; girls 1,600 relay
Wrestling: Eddie Sheridan, 101

2012

Division I boys track
Track: Justin Smith, boys 400; boys 1,600 relay
Wrestling: Quincy McCants, 115; Zach Lacaria, 148

2011

Wrestling: Marcus Boehler, 122
Quincy McCants, 115; Zach Lacaria, 148

2010

Division I wrestling (individual)
Division I girls track
Track: David de los Santos, boys shot put; Chaun Lynn, boys long jump; Cory Serfoss, boys 110 hurdles, boys 300 hurdles; boys 1,600 relay; Shannon Johnson, girls shot put; Mashiya McKinney, girls high jump; James, girls 400
Wrestling: Boehler, 108; Triston Barnet, 115; Elijah Gamble, 135; Dereck Youngblood, 148

2009

Wrestling: Boehler, 101; Cameron Butts, 135

2008

Cross country: Nadine Mulvany, girls
Wrestling: Butts, 135

2007

Cross country: Gee Mi Jorde, girls
Wrestling: Phil Ergus, heavyweight

2006

Cross country: Mulvany, girls
Tennis: Garren dial, boys
Wrestling: Bobby Antonio, 115; Kenji Doughty, 141; Ergus, heavyweight

2005

Wrestling: Doughty, 141; Yamato Cibulka, 158

2004

Wrestling: Joey Wood, 158

2003

Wrestling: Go Yamada, 129; Jason Bailey, 141

2002

Wrestling (individual)
Wrestling: Matt Moore, heavyweight

2001

Wrestling
Division I girls basketball
Wrestling: John Korth, 108; Shawn Moore 129

2000

Wrestling: Moore, 122; Jonny Doughty, 135

1999

Wrestling: Sh.Moore, 115; Scott Moore, 122; Connor Smith, 141

1998

Wrestling: Alvin Diosa, 101; Reggie Langarang, 129

1997

Wrestling: Mark Hopkins, 148

1996

Wrestling
Division I girls basketball
Wrestling: Nick Gonzalez, 141; Ryan Polatty, 148; Nelson Willis, 180

1992

Wrestling: Kenji Gunderson, 115; Cris Mirador, 180

1991

Wrestling: James Mills, 141; Ron Sapp, 261-plus

1989

Wrestling: Ken Adkins, heavyweight

1988

Wrestling: Albert Hill, 129

1987

Wrestling: Raul Panes, 115

1986

Wrestling: Don Jones, 148

1984

Wrestling: Nick Jones, 180

1983

Wrestling: N.Jones, 180

1982

Wrestling: Robert Underwood, 135, Ed Rogers, 168

1980

Wrestling
Wrestling: James Cook, 108, Mike Cook, 135; Tom Mahlik, 148

1979

Wrestling: M.Cook, 122; Mahlik, 135; Tom Doyle, 158

1977

Wrestling: Andrew Salinas, 129; Mike Lewis, 135; Jay Grafton, 158

1976

Wrestling: Frank Stagliano, 135

1975

Wrestling: Salinas, 122; Stagliano, 129; Dave Gitlin, 135; Kelly Wood, 141; King Dietrich, 158

1974

Wrestling: Stagliano, 122; Geoge Severance, 141; Tee McFarling, heavyweight

More stories

Kinnick rolls over ASIJ to stay unbeaten

With the win, the Red Devils improved to 3-0 overall and 2-0 in Division I, having outscored opponents 99-12.


Kinnick-ASIJ kicks off D-I showdowns

En route to its school-first Far East Division I football title a year ago, American School In Japan football stumbled just once – losing 29-22 at home to Nile C. Kinnick last Oct. 1, after winning its first three games by a 126-0 margin.


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.