WrestlingNiko Manning, Kadena – Got her first victory in four bouts this season by pin, in 3 minutes, 48 seconds over Zane Frilles, helping spark Kadena to victory and a regular-season series sweep over Kubasaki.Brenden Becker, Osan – Was the only wrestler to win two bouts in the latest DODDS Korea wrestling tri-meet, winning by decision against Seoul American and by technical fall against Daegu.Sky Phillips, Robert D. Edgren – Won at 135 pounds, pinning Nile C. Kinnick’s George Calbert, and helping the Eagles finish in second place, highest among Division II teams in the DODDS Japan finals.

Boys basketballCortez Hixon, Kadena – Hit the game- and tournament-winning shot at the buzzer, giving the Panthers their only lead of the game in a 63-61 win over Kubasaki in the final of the 9th Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament.Nicholas White, Osan – Averaged 23.5 points in two games, and helped the Cougars snap a two-game losing streak in the second one, winning 68-56 at Yongsan.Jacob Lyle, E.J. King – Averaged 15.5 points over four games, each victories, powering the Cobras to their second straight Western Japan Athletic Association Tournament title.

Girls basketballShanissa Rasun, Humphreys – Played what coach Ashley Gooch called “key minutes” down the stretch, grabbing 11 rebounds as the Blackhawks got their first home win 41-38 over Osan and second straight overall.Tiarrah Edwards, Kadena – Scored 10 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in the final, was named All-Tournament and helped pace the Panthers to their fourth straight Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament title.Glenesha Berryman, Seoul American – Averaged 13.5 points and 7 rebounds in the Falcons’ last two regular-season games, both victories, as the Falcons closed the campaign with 11 straight wins.

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