Department of Defense Education Activity

DoDEA Pacific announces 2021-22 virtual Far East Drill Meet results

For Immediate Release — November 22, 2021 | Pacific

PACIFIC REGION — November 22, 2021 — The Department of Defense Education Activity - Pacific Region is pleased to announce the results of the 2021-22 virtual Far East Drill Meet.

Kubasaki High School earned the highest overall score and the title of 2021-22 Overall Far East Drill Meet Champion. EJ King High School and Kinnick High School took second and third place overall, respectively.

Ten schools participated in the virtual drill meet, which included five events: Color Guard, Armed Regulation, Unarmed Regulation, Armed Exhibition, and Unarmed Exhibition.

Individual event results are as follows:

Color Guard

  1. Kubasaki High School
  2. Yokota High School
  3. MC Perry High School

Armed Regulation

  1. Kubasaki High School
  2. EJ King High School
  3. Kinnick High School

Unarmed Regulation

  1. Kubasaki High School
  2. Yokota High School
  3. EJ King High School

Armed Exhibition

  1. Kinnick High School
  2. Kubasaki High School
  3. EJ King High School

Unarmed Exhibition

  1. Kinnick High School
  2. Kubasaki high School
  3. Yokota High School

 

 


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