Event — 37th Far East High School Wrestling Tournament.Dates — Feb. 13-15, 2014.Site — Capps Gym, Yokota High School, Yokota Air Base, Japan.Format — Individual freestyle: Single round-robin with consolation bracket, 13 weight classes, 101, 108, 115, 122, 129, 135, 141, 148, 158, 168, 180, 215 and heavyweight. Points scored by top six placements in each weight class. Dual-meet: Single round robin.Schedule of events — Opening ceremony 8:15 a.m. Thursday, wrestling begins at 9:30 Thursday. Second and third days, wrestling begins at 9 a.m. until conclusion. Individual freestyle bouts Thursday into Friday morning, fifth and sixth place, third and fourth place and gold-medal bouts on Friday. First round of dual-meet tournament begins Friday afternoon and resumes Saturday until conclusion.Team championship leaders Combined, Division I Kubasaki Dragons, Okinawa, 23 St. Mary's International Titans, Japan, 10 Nile C. Kinnick Red Devils, Japan, 7 Kadena Panthers, Okinawa, 6 American School In Japan Mustangs, 4 Seoul American Falcons, South Korea, 3 Zama American Trojans, Japan, 2 Yokota Panthers, Japan, 2 Division II Robert D. Edgren Eagles, Japan, 4 Zama American Trojans, Japan, 3 Osan American Cougars, South Korea, 1Team Champions, coaches 1977, Kubasaki, Ed Davies 1978, Yokota, Charles Capps 1979, Zama, Bruce Derr 1980, Kinnick, James Feller 1981, No tournament 1982, Zama and St. Mary's, Bruce Derr and Ed Paradis 1983, Kubasaki, James Feller 1984, Kubasaki and St. Mary's, James Feller and Ed Paradis 1985, Kubasaki, James Feller 1986, Kubasaki, Jerry Weekes 1987, St. Mary's, John Hohenthaner 1988, Kubasaki, Jeff Pellaton 1989, ASIJ, Tokyo, John Hohenthaner 1990, ASIJ, John Hohenthaner 1991, Kubasaki, Jeff Pellaton 1992, Kubasaki, Jeff Pellaton 1993, ASIJ, John Hohenthaner 1994, Kubasaki, Jeff Pellaton 1995, ASIJ (dual-meet), John Hohenthaner; Kubasaki (individual freestyle), Jeff Pellaton 1996, Kinnick (dual-meet and individual freestyle), John Leinard 1997, St. Mary's (dual-meet), Jon Rhodes; Kubasaki (individual freestyle), Jeff Pellaton 1998, Kubasaki (dual-meet and individual freestyle), Jeff Pellaton 1999, Kubasaki (dual-meet and individual freestyle), Jeff Pellaton 2000, Kubasaki (dual-meet and individual freestyle), Jeff Pellaton 2001, Kinnick (dual-meet and individual freestyle), Scott Smith 2002, Kubasaki (dual meet), Jeff Pellaton; Kinnick (individual freestyle), Scott Smith 2003, Yokota (individual freestyle), Mark Hanssen; St. Mary's (dual meet), Jon Rhodes 2004, St. Mary's (individual freestyle), Jon Rhodes; Seoul American (dual meet), Julian Harden 2005, Kubasaki (dual-meet and individual freestyle), Terry Chumley 2006, Kadena (dual-meet and individual freestyle), Steve Schrock 2007, Seoul American (dual-meet and individual freestyle), Julian Harden 2008, Kadena (dual-meet and individual freestyle), Steve Schrock Division I 2009, Kubasaki (individual freestyle), Terry Chumley; Kadena (dual-meet), Steve Schrock 2010, Kinnick (individual freestyle), Gary Wilson; Kadena (dual-meet), Steve Schrock 2011, St. Mary’s (dual-meet and individual freestyle), Ian Harlow 2012, St. Mary’s (dual-meet and individual freestyle), Ian Harlow 2013, Kubasaki (dual-meet and individual freestyle), Ron GeistDivision II 2009, Osan (individual freestyle), David Hemmer 2010, Edgren (dual-meet and individual freestyle), Justin Edmonds 2011, Zama (dual-meet and individual freestyle), Chris Iredale 2012, Edgren (dual-meet and individual freestyle), Justin Edmonds 2013, Zama(dual-meet and individual freestyle), Steve ScottOutstanding Wrestler Award Winners 1977, Mike Lewis, Kinnick. 1978, Masaru Yamada, Kubasaki. 1979, Dennis Higdon, Seoul American. 1980, Clint Yamaoka, Yokota. 1981, no tournament. 1982, Brian Webb, Seoul American. 1983, Ariel Morano, Kubasaki. 1984, Robert Westberg, Kubasaki. 1985, John Higa, Kubasaki. 1986, Antonio Pacheco, Kubasaki. 1987, Brian Hughes, Kubasaki. 1988, David Fish, ASIJ. 1989, Elbert Bailey, Kubasaki. 1990, Mike Greeson, Zama American. 1991, Jens Larsson, St. Mary's. 1992, Chris Gunderson, Kinnick. 1993, Tom Chavez, Kubasaki. 1994, Evan Moore, Christian Academy Japan. 1995, Sam Colby, Seoul American. 1996, Kento Omori, St. Mary's. 1997, Eduardo Ayala, St. Mary's. 1998, Casey Vulcan, Seoul American. 1999, Ken Nagao, St. Mary's. 2000, Randall Hull, Seoul American. 2001, Ray Lamb, Seoul American. 2002, Mundre Fleming, Kadena; and Bernam Tapang, Kubasaki. 2003, Zolboo Enkhbayar, Brent International. 2004, Zolboo Enkhbayar, Brent International. 2005, David Burnett, Zama. 2006, Steve Courtney, Kubasaki. 2007, Carlos Albaladejo, Osan. 2008, Cameron Butts, Kinnick. 2009, Scott Wood, Kubasaki. 2010, Harry Bloom, Kadena. 2011, Michael Spencer, Zama. 2012, Chad Wilder, Zama. 2013, Kalik Battle, Yokota.

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