OSAN AIR BASE, South Korea – Going from Florida state champion to DODEA-Pacific Far East champion in the span of a year, Colin Nation also helped Kubasaki repeat as Far East individual freestyle team champion.
As Loretta Murray, director of the Camp Zama Youth Center, stood before nearly 70 teens at the beginning of the Teen Dating Violence Awareness Lock-In here Feb.. 7, she calmly announced she had deceived them all.
Seizing three weight-class titles, including heavyweight by senior and two-time Far East champion Marshall China, Matthew C. Perry surprised the field Saturday by capturing its first title in the DODEA-Japan wrestling finals at Zama.
Students from kindergarten to sixth grade at Arnn Elementary School attended the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics symposium, or STEM, to gain knowledge and possibly increase their interest in the respective fields.
Instructors for the Cooking Club at the Camp Zama Youth Center rotate on a regular basis. Some instructors teach precise baking skills, others show teens how to make Japanese foods, and still others focus on particulars such as smoothies.
Though Nile C. Kinnick’s wrestling team came in third in Saturday’s Kanto Plain finals, the team standings were so close that even one early-round match could have made a difference, coaches said.