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DODEA-Korea basketball season canceled due to coronavirus

Health protection condition in South Korea hasn't changed, so season won't be played. Spring sports seasons undetermined.


Spring sports season on Okinawa, basketball in Korea delayed

Practices were supposed to start in Korea last week, but change in coronavirus threat condition has high school sports in standby status.


DODEA-Pacific cancels spring competition between schools

Track and field, baseball, soccer and softball will be limited to in-school practice only due to DODEA’s health-protection guidelines


DODEA basketball, wrestling sidelined as volleyball gets new life in Korea

Fall sports season dates have been extended through Jan. 9, with Japan, Okinawa and Korea holding in-district tournaments the week of Jan. 4.


Fall sports restarting in DODEA-Pacific one school at a time

Okinawa is the only district in DODEA-Pacific that’s offering full competitive seasons in golf, tennis and cross country, for now.


Start, end of DODEA-Pacific fall sports season still uncertain

Practices for DODEA-Pacific fall sports that haven’t been canceled have been indefinitely delayed, athletics coordinator Tom McKinney said Monday.

St. Mary's school info

Location: Tokyo, Japan
Mascot: Titans
Colors: Blue and white
Enrollment:
Website:
http://www.smis.ac.jp/high

Principal: Simon Faulkner
Athletic director: Tom Molina

Coaches:
Tennis: Tony Donea, Bosko Tesic
Boys basketball: Tom Molina
Wrestling: Shu Yabui


Wall of champions

Far East Championships for St. Mary's:

2017

Cross country: Division I boys; Thomas Richter, boys
Wrestling: Division I individual freestyle, dual meet; Eshan Singhi, 101; Rio Lemkuil, 122; Chang Young Lee, 135; Ryo Osawa, 141; Shane Koslow, 215
Track: Leonardo A'DeLima, DI boys 1,600

2016

Division I boys tennis
Marcus Ruh, Division I boys tennis
Division I wrestling duals
Division I wrestling individual
Wrestling: Ryo Lemukuil, 115; Chang Young Lee, 122; Ryo Osawa, 129; Ryan Vasconcellos, 135; Itsuki Shibahara, 142; Kuzuho Kawashima, 148

2002

Boys cross country

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