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Thursday’s results

At Tumon BayBoysSt. John’s 27, Guam High 21SinglesWilliam Koo, St. John’s, def. Ian Batherson 8-5Andrew Kang, St. John’s, def. Steven Barrera 8-3DoublesYon Jun Cho and Nick Gill, St. John’s, def. Alexander San Nicolas and Laurenz Soratorio, 8-5Aaron San Nicolas and Steven Iglesias, Guam High, def. Aaron Kim and Richmond Park 8-3

Girls

St. John’s 32, Guam High 6SinglesYumika Sugahara def. Sara Barrera 8-0Ayuri Sugahara def. Kendra Byrd 8-1DoublesMelissa Hahm and Angela Park def. Brittany Trefurt and Christina Payne 8-2Eka Melani and Akina Chargualaf def. Alexis Kelley and Susan Smith 8-3

OkinawaBasketball

2nd Okinawa-American High School ShootoutAt Foster Field House, Foster Athletics Complex, Camp Foster, OkinawaPool-play standingsBoys Pool AKubasaki..........2-0Konan..........2-1Oroku..........1-1Naha..........0-3Friday’s scoresKonan 41, Oroku 40Kubasaki 65, Naha 42Kubasaki 55, Konan 48Oroku 52, Naha 37Konan 33, Naha 32, OTSaturday’s gameKubasaki vs. Oroku, 11 a.m.Boys Pool BKadena..........2-0Kitanakagusuku..........1-1Futenma..........1-1Itoman..........0-2Friday’s scoresKadena 42, Futenma 34Kitanakagusuku 71, Itoman 48Kadena 74, Kitanakagusuku 67Futenma 43, Itoman 33Saturday’s gamesKadena vs. Itoman, 11 a.m.Girls Pool AKoza..........2-0Kubasaki..........1-1Urasoe..........1-1Oroku..........0-2Friday’s scoresKoza 43, Kubasaki 36Urasoe 35, Oroku 25Kubasaki 47, Oroku 41Koza 52, Urasoe 33Saturday’s gamesUrasoe vs. Kubasaki, 10 a.m.Oroku vs. Koza, noonGirls Pool BKadena..........1-0Itoman..........1-0Kitanakagusuku..........0-1Naha..........0-1Friday’s scoresKadena 39, Kitanakagusuku 26Itoman 36, Naha 33Saturday’s gamesItoman vs. Kadena, 10 a.m.Kitanakagusuku vs. Naha, 10 a.m.Kadena vs. Naha, noonKitanakagusuku vs. Itoman, noonBoys playoffsSaturday’s gamesGame 1-A1 vs. B4, 1 p.m.Game 2-B2 vs. A3, 1 p.m.Game 3-B1 vs. A4, 1 p.m.Game 4-A2 vs. B3, 2:30 p.m.Game 5-Game 1 loser vs. Game 2 loser, 4 p.m.Game 6-Game 3 loser vs. Game 4 loser, 5:30 p.m.Sunday’s gamesGame 7-Game 1 winner vs. Game 2 winner, 9 a.m.Game 8-Game 3 winner vs. Game 4 winner, 10:30 a.m.Game 9-Game 5 winner vs. Game 6 winner, noonGame 10-Game 7 loser vs. Game 8 loser, 1:30 p.m.Game 11-Game 7 winner vs. Game 8 winner, 4:30 p.m.Girls playoffsSaturday’s gamesGame 1-A1 vs. B4, 2:30 p.m.Game 2-B2 vs. A3, 2:30 p.m.Game 3-B1 vs. A4, 4 p.m.Game 4-A2 vs. B3, 4 p.m.Game 5-Game 1 loser vs. Game 2 loser, 5:30 p.m.Game 6-Game 3 loser vs. Game 4 loser, 5:30 p.m.Sunday’s gamesGame 7-Game 1 winner vs. Game 2 winner, 9 a.m.Game 8-Game 3 winner vs. Game 4 winner, 10:30 a.m.Game 9-Game 5 winner vs. Game 6 winner, noonGame 10-Game 7 loser vs. Game 8 loser, 1:30 p.m.Game 11-Game 7 winner vs. Game 8 winner, 3 p.m.

JapanBoys basketball

Friday’s summaries

E.J. King 59, Senri (Osaka) International 28At KobeE.J. King..........15 14 14 16—59Senri..........2 11 13 2—28Scorers-E.J. King, Dominique Johnson 15, Marquis Singletary 14. Rebounder-E.J. King, Marquis Singletary 13. Steals-E.J. King, Dominique Johnson 5.

E.J. King 61, Yokohama International 53At KobeYokohama..........10 14 8 21—53E.J. King..........26 12 4 19—61Scorers-E.J. King, Keith Williams 21, Dominique Johnson 16, Fernando Rico 13. Rebounder-E.J. King, Keith Williams 10. Assists-E.J. King, Fernando Rico 5.

Girls basketball

Friday’s summaries

E.J. King 45, St. Maur International 23At OsakaQuarter scores not available. Scorers-E.J. King, Kristia Suriben 17, Rizalina Suriben 11. Rebounders-E.J. King, Amber Seard 10, Arlexia Gray 8. Steals-E.J. King, Rizalina Suriben 8. Assists-E.J. King, Kristia Suriben 6, Rizalina Suriben 5.

E.J. King 50, Osaka International 15At OsakaQuarter scores not available. Scorers-E.J. King, Kristia Suriben 20, Rizalina Suriben 12. Rebounders-E.J. King, Sydnee Moreland 7, Rizalina Suriben 5. Assists-E.J. King, Kristia Suriben 6, Rizalina Suriben 5. Steals-E.J. King, Kristia Suriben 9, Rizalina Suriben 6, Samantha Bossert 5.

Yokota 46, Zama American 27At Camp ZamaYokota..........13 10 10 13—46Zama..........5 5 5 12—27Scorers-Yokota, Lauryn Thomas 13; Zama, Elizabeth Powell 21.

Thursday’s summary

Christian Academy In Japan 52, Seisen International 33At TokyoSeisen..........8 8 10 7—33CAJ..........15 8 19 10—52Scorers-CAJ, Natsuki Hamakawa 16, Kelsey Masuda 10; Seisen, Lisa Sizemore 8, Lyca Blume 8. Rebounder-Seisen, Lyca Blume 9.

South KoreaBoys basketball

Friday’s summaries

Seoul American 78, Korea International 39At Yongsan GarrisonKorea International..........13 12 4 10—39Seoul American..........15 16 22 25—78Scorers-Seoul American, Chris DeFrancisco 20, Willie Brown 13, Daniel Burns 13, Johnny Hickson 12, Raidion Fails 10, Marcus Thompson 10; Korea International, Chae 18. Rebounders-Seoul American, Chris DeFrancisco 14, Raidion Fails 6, Willie Brown 5. Assists-Seoul American, Daniel Burns 6, Willie Brown 5.

Daegu American 73, Osan American 50At Osan Air BaseDaegu..........16 22 20 15—73Osan..........13 7 16 14—50Scorers-Daegu, Brandon Spencer 36, Antonio Harris 14, Angel Hickman 11; Osan, Warren Beckman 14, Sean Moye 11. Rebounders-Daegu, Brandon Spencer 14, Antonio Harris 12; Osan, Warren Beckman 20, Sean Moye 13, Adonte’ Murry 10. Steals-Daegu, Angel Hickman 7, Marcus Lee 7. Assists-Daegu, Marcus Lee 7, Brandon Spencer 6.

Seoul Foreign 69, Yongsan Int’l-Seoul 56At SeoulYIS-Seoul..........11 13 18 14—56Seoul Foreign..........13 23 17 16—69Scorers-Seoul Foreign, Ricardo Homan 16, Aaron Kearney 13, Chris Oak 12, Chan Park 10; YIS-Seoul, Daniel Han 20, James Lee 14.

Girls basketball

Friday’s summaries

Seoul American 59, Korea International 35At Yongsan GarrisonKorea International..........0 0 0 5— 5Seoul American..........13 19 14 13—59Scorers-Seoul American, Devanee’ Taylor 13, Avianca Manning 12; Korea International, Faye Deleon 3. Rebounders-Seoul American, Devanee’ Taylor 7, Jennifer Simmons 6, Veronica Gaskey 5.

Osan American 28, Daegu American 24At Osan Air BaseDaegu American..........4 8 4 8—24Osan American..........5 9 6 8—28Scorers-Osan, Celine Baldevia 14; Daegu, Ashley Smith 8. Rebounders-Osan, Jasmine Pressley 10, Olivia Preisch 10, Celine Baldevia 6. Steals-Osan, Jasmine Pressley 6, Olivia Preisch 5. Noteworthy-Host Cougars broke Warriors’ six-game winning streak.

Seoul Foreign 60, Yongsan Int’l-Seoul 30At SeoulYIS-Seoul..........7 5 11 7—30Seoul Foreign..........14 16 16 14—60Scorers-Seoul Foreign, B. Rader 20, D. Todd 10; YIS-Seoul, Esther Oh 14. Rebounder-Seoul Foreign, D. Todd 15.


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