WrestlingJianni Labato, Nile C. Kinnick: Took first place at 122 pounds and handed St. Mary’s junior Chang Young Lee, a two-time Far East champion, his first loss as a high school wrestler in leading the Red Devils to second place in the Yokota Invitational Tournament at Zama, 64 points to 72 for the team champion Titans.Sam Michelsen, Yokota: Won the title at 180 pounds, helping the Panthers finish fifth overall, the highest finishing Division II team in the Yokota tournament with 26 points.

Boys basketballJacob Green, Kubasaki: Averaged 16.5 points in the semifinal and the championship and had six steals and six assists in the title game, helping the Dragons dethrone 2015 champion Kadena 66-46 and capture the 10th Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament title.Jezreel Harper, Seoul American: Scored 12 points, including the game-winning shot as time ran out, boosting the Falcons past Seoul Foreign 50-48, keeping Seoul American atop the Korea Blue Division at 10-1.Nate Hellams, Humphreys: Posted a double-double of 18 points and 12 rebounds, lifting the Blackhawks over Daegu 63-23 and, at 8-1, keeping them a game behind the first-place Falcons. Vincent Ermitano, Matthew C. Perry: Had 11 points and eight rebounds in the championship game as the Samurai dethroned E.J. King 44-42 to capture the title in the Western Japan Athletic Association tournament.

Girls basketballLebet Erhart, Matthew C. Perry: Averaged 14 points and 11.5 rebounds in the semifinal and championship games, posting a double-double of 15 and 18 in the final, a 48-32 win over Yokohama.Caitlyn Rowan, Yokota: Nearly posted a double-double, with 14 points and nine rebounds, as the Panthers advanced their Japan-best record to 13-2 with a 54-20 home win over Christian Academy Japan.

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