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Last go-round for the 2015-16 season, and a couple of late entries stamp their mark on the Top 15, given the surprising results of the Guam quarterfinals.

Boys basketball1, Kubasaki (27-1). 2, Yokota (30-5). 3, Kadena (16-11). 4, Humphreys (18-3). 5, John F. Kennedy, Guam (17-6). Great run to close season gives Islanders back-to-back island titles. 6, St. Mary’s (17-8). 7, Seoul American (17-5). 8, Guam (16-6). Lengthy winning streak snapped during Guam quarterfinals. 9, Father Duenas Memorial, Guam (16-6). Same quarterfinal fate as the Panthers. 10, Robert D. Edgren (17-7). 11, American School In Japan (11-11). 12, Simon Sanchez, Guam (14-9). Came up short in Guam finals vs. Islanders. 13, Okkodo, Guam (16-9). Another team that came on late on Guam. 14, Seoul Foreign (13-6). 15, St. John’s, Guam (14-11). It’s not always about the best record; it’s sometimes about getting hot at the right time. Dropped out — Matthew C. Perry and E.J. King.


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