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Seoul American

Humphreys boys, Seoul American girls capture titles

Hill and Metcalf lead Blackhawk boys after two straight tourney finals losses, while Dykes stars on defense as Falcons defend championship.


Korea teams face adjustments in post-Far East tourney

After Far East hoops was moved up due to Olympics, DODEA teams in South Korea now play in KAIAC championships.


Panthers, Red Devils own the mats

Yokota wins third straight dual-meet title, while Kinnick completes Far East sweep by edging St. Mary's.


ASIJ, Bangkok grab Far East combined titles

Three times Kadena tried to clip the American School of Bangkok Eagles’ wings the last two seasons. Three times, the Panthers were denied.


Some wrestlers don't just win - they win with style

It’s that occasional huge throw, a wrestler lifting an opponent completely off the mat, over his head, then tossing him aside like flotsam into a harbor, that makes one elbow the guy standing next to him saying, “Omigosh! Did you see that?”


Far East basketball

D-I title foes know all about each other

A new champion will be crowned in the Far East Boys Division I Basketball Tournament come Thursday. And it will be from the first All-Kanto Plain final to be played in nine years.


Far East preview

Top boys teams will be battling for two titles

On paper, American School In Japan and Humphreys look like solid favorites to win Far East boys basketball titles next week.


Far East preview

MVPs past and future on hand for girls tourneys

One thing the combined Far East high school girls basketball tournament field isn’t lacking is star power.


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.


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.


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?

Seoul American school info

Location: South Post, Yongson Garrison, South Korea
Mascot: Falcons
Colors: Navy blue and white
Enrollment: 474
Website: http://www.seoul-hs.pac.dodea.edu/

Principal: Donald Williams
Athletic director: Ben Pak

Coaches:
Football:
Reggie Meno
Tennis: Chae Yi
Cross country: Joseph O'Connor
Boys volleyball:
Girls volleyball: Ronda Gardner
Boys basketball: Steve Boyd
Girls basketball: Eddie Rozzi
Wrestling: Ben Pak
Boys soccer: Steve Boyd
Girls soccer: Jonathan Brooks
Baseball: Eddie Rozzi
Softball: Ronda Gardner
Track and field: Joseph O'Connor


Wall of champions

Far East Championships for Seoul American:

2017

Division I boys basketball
Track: Christian Williams, DI boys 100, 110 hurdles; Quintin Metcalf, DI boys high jump; Levi Johnson, DI boys long jump; Alyse Neal, DI girls 400, long jump; DI girls 1,600 relay

2016

Wrestling: Jarek Bartel, 158; Brandon Rothe, 215; Connor Knight, 275
Track: Jezreel Harper, DI boys long jump; DI boys 400 relay; Latisha Dolford, DI girls discus; DI girls 400 relay

2015

Track: Shawn Horne, 400; boys 400 relay
Wrestling: Jack Barnes, 215

2014

Track: David Davison, boys shot put; Cameron Harris, boys discus; Aliyah Patterson, girls discus; Tiesha Jones, girls 100
Wrestling: Barnes, 215

2013

Track: boys 1,600 relay

2012

Division I baseball
Track: boys 400 relay; Kelsey Scott, girls 100; Amanda Henderson, girls 800, girls 1,500, girls 3,000

2011

Division I boys soccer
Softball
Division I girls basketball
Cross country: Henderson, girls
Tennis: Andrew Clark and Carson Allen, mixed doubles
Track: boys 3,200 relay; Siarria Ingram, girls 800; girls 1,500; girls 1,600 relay; Henderson, girls 3,000; girls 3,200 relay

2010

Division I girls soccer
Division I girls volleyball
Division I girls basketball
Cross ocuntry: Henderson, girls
Tennis: Jay Han and Carson Allen, mixed doubles
Track: Thomas Kim, boys 1,500, boys 3,000; Kristy Taylor, girls long jump; girls 100, girls 200; Ingram, girls 800; girls 1,500, girls 3,000; girls 3,200 relay
Wrestling: Kortney Martin, 101

2009

Cross country: Kim, boys; Ingram, girls

2008

Division I boys basketball
Division I football
Division I boys cross country
Tennis: Kennedy Allen and Melissa Bruhnke, girls doubles

2007

Division I wrestling
Tennis: Allen, girls singles; Chris Paek and Esther Kim, mixed doubles
Wrestling: James Nutter, 115; Justin Stokes, 180

2006

Division I girls basketball
Division I football

2005

Division I girls basketball
Girls cross country
Tennis: Allen Chin, boys singles; Chin and Aesop Lee, boys doubles
Wrestling: John Crabtree, 135

2004

Division I boys basketball
Division I wrestling
Tennis: Thomas Kim and Chin, boys doubles
Wrestling: Travis Johnson, 101; Scott Tunis, 180

2003

Division I boys basketball

2002

Cross country: Will Carter, boys

2001

Wrestling: Randall Hull, 141; Ray Lamb, 168

2000

Wrestling: Hull, 129; Lamb, 141; Ken Miller, 158

1999

Wrestling: Wesley West, 168

1998

Wrestling: Casey Vulcan, 158; Tony Jackson, heavyweight

1996

Division I boys basketball

1998

Wrestling: Sam Colby, 129

1990

Wrestling: Jason Fried, 148

1989

Tennis
Tennis: Farha Ali and Melinda Catonguay, girls doubles
Wrestling: Alan Ang, 115

1988

Wrestling: Ang, 108; Garrit Ahr, 148

1987

Wrestling: Ahr, 141

1984

Division I girls basketball Wrestling: Ed Polland, heavyweight

1982

Wrestling: Jamie Pettyjohn, 115; Brian Webb, 129; Chris Stephenson, heavyweight

More stories

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.


Boys cross country AOY

Chase's competitors were the ones doing the chasing

Luke Voth instantly recognized the young man darting out of the woods, the shock of dark hair and the tell-tale stride he said he remembered seeing four years earlier on Kanto Plain cross country courses.


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.