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Kubasaki's Dylan Canlas drives against two Kadena defenders during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Dragons 68-62, their first win over the Panthers in four tries this season.
Kubasaki's Dylan Canlas drives against two Kadena defenders during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Dragons 68-62, their first win over the Panthers in four tries this season. (Jessica Bidwell/Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Dylan Canlas drives against two Kadena defenders during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Dragons 68-62, their first win over the Panthers in four tries this season.
Kubasaki's Dylan Canlas drives against two Kadena defenders during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Dragons 68-62, their first win over the Panthers in four tries this season. (Jessica Bidwell/Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Hunter Cort stands tall and shoots over Zama defenders Rafael Labrador, Joshua Atkinson and Ziaire Johnson during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Panthers 84-49.
Yokota's Hunter Cort stands tall and shoots over Zama defenders Rafael Labrador, Joshua Atkinson and Ziaire Johnson during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Panthers 84-49. (Jack Higbee/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Kishaun Kimble-Brooks drives for a layup against Zama during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Panthers 84-49.
Yokota's Kishaun Kimble-Brooks drives for a layup against Zama during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Panthers 84-49. (Jack Higbee/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Zama's Joshua Atkinson tries to snag a rebound over teammate Anthony Ames and against Yokota's Tyson Hamilton during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Panthers 84-49.
Zama's Joshua Atkinson tries to snag a rebound over teammate Anthony Ames and against Yokota's Tyson Hamilton during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Panthers 84-49. (Jack Higbee/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Jahron Mitchell rises up for a shot over Kubasaki defenders Xavier Carmouche and Jonathan Hoppe during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Dragons 68-62, their first win over the Panthers in four tries this season.
Kadena's Jahron Mitchell rises up for a shot over Kubasaki defenders Xavier Carmouche and Jonathan Hoppe during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Dragons 68-62, their first win over the Panthers in four tries this season. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's J.J. Daniels skies for a shot over Kubasaki's Dylan Canlas during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Dragons 68-62, their first win over the Panthers in four tries this season.
Kadena's J.J. Daniels skies for a shot over Kubasaki's Dylan Canlas during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Dragons 68-62, their first win over the Panthers in four tries this season. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Eugene Robinson plows into Kubasaki defender Ilijah Washington during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Dragons 68-62, their first win over the Panthers in four tries this season.
Kadena's Eugene Robinson plows into Kubasaki defender Ilijah Washington during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Dragons 68-62, their first win over the Panthers in four tries this season. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Davion Roebuck dribbles past Kubasaki defender Bobby Riegert during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Dragons 68-62, their first win over the Panthers in four tries this season.
Kadena's Davion Roebuck dribbles past Kubasaki defender Bobby Riegert during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Dragons 68-62, their first win over the Panthers in four tries this season. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Seoul Foreign's Jisaan Chai pulls up for a shot against Daegu defender Kennedi Williams during Friday's girls basketball game. The Crusaders won 41-1.
Seoul Foreign's Jisaan Chai pulls up for a shot against Daegu defender Kennedi Williams during Friday's girls basketball game. The Crusaders won 41-1. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Seoul Foreign's Nick Larsen pulls up for a layup over Daegu's Cody Cantrell during Friday's boys basketball game. The Crusadeers won 80-26.
Seoul Foreign's Nick Larsen pulls up for a layup over Daegu's Cody Cantrell during Friday's boys basketball game. The Crusadeers won 80-26. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Daegu's Jacob Litton dribbles against Seoul Foreign's Nick Larsen during Friday's boys basketball game. The Crusaders won 80-26.
Daegu's Jacob Litton dribbles against Seoul Foreign's Nick Larsen during Friday's boys basketball game. The Crusaders won 80-26. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Guam High's Raven Taitague looks for operating room against Notre Dame's Peter Cruz and Gaven Leon Guerrero during Friday's boys basketball game. The host Panthers routed the Royals 66-35.
Guam High's Raven Taitague looks for operating room against Notre Dame's Peter Cruz and Gaven Leon Guerrero during Friday's boys basketball game. The host Panthers routed the Royals 66-35. (Emma Sheedy/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Guam High's Isaac Ventura goes up for a layup against Notre Dame during Friday's boys basketball game. The host Panthers routed the Royals 66-35.
Guam High's Isaac Ventura goes up for a layup against Notre Dame during Friday's boys basketball game. The host Panthers routed the Royals 66-35. (Emma Sheedy/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Guam High's Brian Palacios pulls up for a shot against Notre Dame during Friday's boys basketball game. The host Panthers routed the Royals 66-35.
Guam High's Brian Palacios pulls up for a shot against Notre Dame during Friday's boys basketball game. The host Panthers routed the Royals 66-35. (Emma Sheedy/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Britney Bailey looks for room against Zama's Ti'Ara Carroll during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Panthers 37-24.
Yokota's Britney Bailey looks for room against Zama's Ti'Ara Carroll during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Panthers 37-24. (Richard L. Rodgers/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Zama's Ti'Ara Carroll drives past Yokota's Jamia Bailey to the basket during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Panthers 37-24.
Zama's Ti'Ara Carroll drives past Yokota's Jamia Bailey to the basket during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Panthers 37-24. (Richard L. Rodgers/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Kailee Rucker dribbles against Robert D. Edgren's Aaliyah Scott during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Red Devils 32-26.
Nile C. Kinnick's Kailee Rucker dribbles against Robert D. Edgren's Aaliyah Scott during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Red Devils 32-26. (Caitlin Blount/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Xavier Carmouche drives between two Kadena defenders during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Dragons 68-62, their first win over the Panthers in four tries this season.
Kubasaki's Xavier Carmouche drives between two Kadena defenders during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Dragons 68-62, their first win over the Panthers in four tries this season. (Katricia Aquino/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Bobby Riegert goes up for a shot against Kadena's J.J. Daniels during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Dragons 68-62, their first win over the Panthers in four tries this season.
Kubasaki's Bobby Riegert goes up for a shot against Kadena's J.J. Daniels during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Dragons 68-62, their first win over the Panthers in four tries this season. (Katricia Aquino/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Elonzo Higginson III drives between three Kadena defenders during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Dragons 68-62, their first win over the Panthers in four tries this season.
Kubasaki's Elonzo Higginson III drives between three Kadena defenders during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the two-time defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Dragons 68-62, their first win over the Panthers in four tries this season. (Katricia Aquino/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Robert D. Edgren's Roman Perez drives against Nile C. Kinnick's Gage Henderson during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Red Devils 77-74.
Robert D. Edgren's Roman Perez drives against Nile C. Kinnick's Gage Henderson during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Red Devils 77-74. (Caitlin Blount/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Robert D. Edgren's Jun Doria dribbles past Nile C. Kinnick's Davion Roberts during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Red Devils 77-74.
Robert D. Edgren's Jun Doria dribbles past Nile C. Kinnick's Davion Roberts during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Red Devils 77-74. (Caitlin Blount/Special to Stars and Stripes)
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