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Kadena guard Andre Chilton puts up a reverse layup against Rejay Maruo of Zion Christian Academy during Friday's Okinawa Activities Council season-opening boys high school basketball game at Kadena Air Base. The Panthers caged the Lions 110-70.
Kadena guard Andre Chilton puts up a reverse layup against Rejay Maruo of Zion Christian Academy during Friday's Okinawa Activities Council season-opening boys high school basketball game at Kadena Air Base. The Panthers caged the Lions 110-70. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena guard Andre Chilton puts up a reverse layup against Rejay Maruo of Zion Christian Academy during Friday's Okinawa Activities Council season-opening boys high school basketball game at Kadena Air Base. The Panthers caged the Lions 110-70.
Kadena guard Andre Chilton puts up a reverse layup against Rejay Maruo of Zion Christian Academy during Friday's Okinawa Activities Council season-opening boys high school basketball game at Kadena Air Base. The Panthers caged the Lions 110-70. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena guard Jalen Creer-Amos drives past Zechariah Wilson of Zion Christian Academy to the basket during Friday's Okinawa Activities Council season-opening boys high school basketball game at Kadena Air Base. The Panthers mauled the Lions 110-70.
Kadena guard Jalen Creer-Amos drives past Zechariah Wilson of Zion Christian Academy to the basket during Friday's Okinawa Activities Council season-opening boys high school basketball game at Kadena Air Base. The Panthers mauled the Lions 110-70. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena guard Josh Ward pulls up for a layup against Jair Cummings of Zion Christian Academy during Friday's Okinawa Activities Council season-opening boys high school basketball game at Kadena Air Base. The Panthers clawed the Lions 110-70.
Kadena guard Josh Ward pulls up for a layup against Jair Cummings of Zion Christian Academy during Friday's Okinawa Activities Council season-opening boys high school basketball game at Kadena Air Base. The Panthers clawed the Lions 110-70. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena'st Derrick Taylor puts up a baseline shot against Rejay Maruo of Zion Christian Academy during Friday's Okinawa Activities Council season-opening boys high school basketball game at Kadena Air Base. The Panthers routed the Lions 110-70.
Kadena'st Derrick Taylor puts up a baseline shot against Rejay Maruo of Zion Christian Academy during Friday's Okinawa Activities Council season-opening boys high school basketball game at Kadena Air Base. The Panthers routed the Lions 110-70. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena guard Leslie Williams looks for room to pass against Connor Smith and Zechariah Wilson, right, of Zion Christian Academy during Friday's Okinawa Activities Council season-opening boys high school basketball game at Kadena Air Base. The Panthers crushed the Lions 110-70.
Kadena guard Leslie Williams looks for room to pass against Connor Smith and Zechariah Wilson, right, of Zion Christian Academy during Friday's Okinawa Activities Council season-opening boys high school basketball game at Kadena Air Base. The Panthers crushed the Lions 110-70. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Quinton Holden of Nile C. Kinnick passes past the defense of Scott Sheehan of Robert D. Edgren during Friday's DODDS Japan season-opening high school basketball game at Misawa Air Base, Japan. Edgren edged Kinnick 57-53 in overtime.
Quinton Holden of Nile C. Kinnick passes past the defense of Scott Sheehan of Robert D. Edgren during Friday's DODDS Japan season-opening high school basketball game at Misawa Air Base, Japan. Edgren edged Kinnick 57-53 in overtime. (Sheila Suckart/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Casuan Caudle of Nile C. Kinnick looks to dribble past Ismail Leon of Robert D. Edgren during Friday's DODDS Japan season-opening high school basketball game at Misawa Air Base, Japan. Edgren edged Kinnick 57-53 in overtime.
Casuan Caudle of Nile C. Kinnick looks to dribble past Ismail Leon of Robert D. Edgren during Friday's DODDS Japan season-opening high school basketball game at Misawa Air Base, Japan. Edgren edged Kinnick 57-53 in overtime. (Sheila Suckart/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Mariah Warner of Nile C. Kinnick looks to pass as Kaiara Davis of Robert D. Edgren defends during Friday's DODDS Japan season-opening high school basketball game at Misawa Air Base, Japan. Kinnick doubled up Edgren 46-23.
Mariah Warner of Nile C. Kinnick looks to pass as Kaiara Davis of Robert D. Edgren defends during Friday's DODDS Japan season-opening high school basketball game at Misawa Air Base, Japan. Kinnick doubled up Edgren 46-23. (Sheila Suckart/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Natalie Gammel of Robert D. Edgren readies to box out Mariah Warner of Nile C. Kinnick off the rebound of a foul shot during Friday's DODDS Japan season-opening high school basketball game at Misawa Air Base, Japan. Kinnick doubled up Edgren 46-23.
Natalie Gammel of Robert D. Edgren readies to box out Mariah Warner of Nile C. Kinnick off the rebound of a foul shot during Friday's DODDS Japan season-opening high school basketball game at Misawa Air Base, Japan. Kinnick doubled up Edgren 46-23. (Sheila Suckart/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Point-counterpoint. De'Asia Brown of Nile C. Kinnick Red keeps a wary eye on Vanessa Black of Robert D. Edgren during Friday's DODDS Japan season-opening high school basketball game at Misawa Air Base, Japan. Kinnick doubled up Edgren 46-23.
Point-counterpoint. De'Asia Brown of Nile C. Kinnick Red keeps a wary eye on Vanessa Black of Robert D. Edgren during Friday's DODDS Japan season-opening high school basketball game at Misawa Air Base, Japan. Kinnick doubled up Edgren 46-23. (Sheila Suckart/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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BasketballBoysOkinawaKadena 110, Zion Christian Academy 70Friday at Kadena Air BaseZCA ....... 10 11 17 32—70Kadena .......23 24 33 30—110Scoring — Kadena: Brett Garick 22, Boysie Gordon 17, Josh Ward 17, Derrick Taylor 12, Jalen Amos 11; ZCA: Rejay Maruo 31, Connor Smith 25, Zechariah Wilson 10. Rebounding — Kadena: Taylor 12, Gordon 10, Garick 8. Assists — Kadena: Josh Ward 5, Amos 5. Noteworthy — Panthers used 9-0 run to break 6-6 first-quarter tie, led by as many as 50 points in season opener for both teams.

JapanYokota 68, E.J. King 47Friday at Sasebo Naval BaseYokota .......14 14 21 19—68EJK .......11 9 11 16—47Scoring — Yokota: Morgan Breazell 26, A.J. Leake 14. EJK, Jackson Small 20, Kershawn Lustre 14.

Robert D. Edgren 57, Nile C. Kinnick 53, OTFriday at Misawa Air BaseKinnick .......16 10 12 8 7—53Edgren .......13 12 13 8 11—57Scoring — Edgren: Khalil Williams 17, Louis Murphy 12, Chris Finco 10. Kinnick, De’Anthony Evans 15. Rebounding — Edgren: Murphy 16, Williams 12.

South KoreaDaegu 59, Seoul American 53Friday at Yongsan GarrisonDaegu ....... 15 11 19 14—59SAHS ....... 16 11 15 11—53Scoring — Daegu: Anthony Dent 18, Richard Buck 14; SAHS: Shawn Horne 10. Rebounding - SAHS: Henry Arnold 11. Noteworthy — Second regular-season victory at Seoul American for the Warriors in past three seasons. Host Falcons shot 32 percent from the floor, 33 percent at the line and committed 27 turnovers.

Yongsan International-Seoul 61, Global Visions Christian 11Friday at SeoulGVCS ....... 2 3 2 4—11YIS-S ....... 22 18 13 8—61Scoring — YIS-S: Chris Yoo 14, Kenny Sung 12, James Bai 10, Sam Kang 10. Assists — YIS-S: Yoo 7, ang 6. Steals — YIS-S: Sung 5.

GirlsJapanE.J. King 42, Yokota 34Friday at Sasebo Naval BaseYokota .......9 8 8 9—34EJK .......14 7 10 11—42Scoring — EJK: Tara Long 14, Deb Avalos 14, Yasmine Weddle 10; Yokota: Sarah Hamner 13, Brianna Harris 11. Rebounding — EJK: Weddle 13, Jaimee Staggers 8; Yokota: Hamner 11, Harris 9. Noteworthy — First win for Cobras coach Mimi Long in her two-plus seasons at E.J. King’s helm.

Nile C. Kinnick 46, Robert D. Edgren 23Friday at Misawa Air BaseKinnick .......8 16 13 9-46Edgren .......5 5 3 10—23Scoring — Kinnick: De’Asia Brown 19.

American School In Japan 50, Seisen International 23Friday at TokyoASIJ .......10 12 20 8—50Seisen .......4 2 11 6—23Scoring — ASIJ: Bessie Noll 15, Liz Thornton 13; Seisen: Maya Davis 8. Rebounding — ASIJ: Joey Yamada 11, Noll 10, Thornton 10; Seisen: Davis 9.

South KoreaSeoul American 58, Daegu 26Friday at Yongsan GarrisonDaegu ....... 2 5 2 17—26SAHS .......15 17 14 12—58Scoring — SAHS: Jasmine Thomas 21, Mecca Perkins 19; Daegu: Rheagan Wyche 10.

Korea International 27, Seoul International 10Friday at PangyoSIS .......0 0 6 4—10KIS .......4 10 6 7—27Scoring — KIS: Sara Drake 8. Rebounding — KIS: Sa.Drake 11, Shea Drake 8.

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