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Interservice basketball21st Osan Pacific-wide Open Holiday Basketball Tournament at Osan Fitness and Sports Center Osan Air Base, South Korea; Double-elimination playoffs


Monday’s gamesGame 1-Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, 101, Wonju/Camp Long, South Korea, 75Game 2-Yongsan Garrison, South Korea, 77, Camp Red Cloud, South Korea, 53Game 3-Osan Air Base, South Korea, 105, Kunsan Air Base, South Korea, 74Game 4-Daegu, South Korea, 74, Camp Humphreys, South Korea, 62Game 5-Wonju/Camp Long 87, Camp Humphreys 64; Camp Humphreys eliminatedGame 6-Kunsan Air Base 59, Camp Red Cloud 52; Camp Red Cloud eliminatedGame 7-Osan Air Base 86, Daegu 78Game 8-Yongsan Garrison 85, Kadena Air Base 79, OT

Tuesday’s gamesGame 9-Kadena Air Base 102, Wonju/Camp Long 73; Wonju/Camp Long eliminatedGame 10-Kunsan Air Base 84, Daegu 82; Daegu eliminatedGame 11-Osan Air Base 93, Yongsan Garrison 86Game 12-Kadena Air Base 86, Kunsan Air Base 75; Kunsan Air Base eliminatedGame 13-Yongsan Garrison 79, Kadena Air Base 77; Kadena Air Base eliminated

Wednesday’s gameGame 14-Osan Air Base 91, Yongsan Garrison 73; Yongsan Garrison eliminated

Wednesday’s summaryOsan Air Base 91, Yongsan Garrison 73Halftime-Osan Air Base 43, Yongsan Garrison 38. Scorers-Osan Air Base, Brandon Hawkins 21 (14 first half, 14-for-18 FT), Montae McFarland 21, Steven James 13, Rico Bachelor 12 (11 second half); Yongsan Garrison, Onterio Hammond 21 (four three-point goals), Kendre Fletcher 16 (12 first half). Noteworthy-Eighth championship for Osan in this tournament in Tony Jones’ 15 seasons as coach; Defenders shot 43-for-58 at foul line.


Monday’s gamesGame 1-Osan Air Base, South Korea, 56, Suwon Air Base, South Korea, 40Game 2-Daegu, South Korea, 52, Kunsan Air Base, South Korea, 43Game 3-Yongsan Garrison, South Korea, 76, Osan Air Base 49Game 4-Camp Humphreys, South Korea, 97, Daegu 44

Tuesday’s gamesGame 5-Daegu 61, Suwon Air Base 34; Suwon Air Base eliminatedGame 6-Osan Air Base 55, Kunsan Air Base 47, OT; Kunsan Air Base eliminatedGame 7-Yongsan Garrison 61, Camp Humphreys 56Game 8-Osan Air Base 52, Daegu 34; Daegu eliminatedGame 9-Camp Humphreys 92, Osan Air Base 41; Osan Air Base eliminated

Wednesday’s gamesGame 10-Yongsan Garrison 74, Camp Humphreys 68, OT; Camp Humphreys eliminated

Wednesday’s summaryYongsan Garrison 74, Camp Humphreys 68 (OT)Halftime-Camp Humphreys 37, Yongsan Garrison 31. End of regulation-Yongsan Garrison 66, Camp Humphreys 66. Scorers-Yongsan Garrison, Breena Harrell 19, Terri Cage 16, Shelia Soileau 14 (all second half and overtime); Camp Humphreys, Kesha Harper 28 (seven three-point goals), Robin Mitchell 20, Lia Green 13.

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Tuesday’s summaryKadena 84, Kubasaki 73At Kadena Air Base

Kubasaki.......... 14 23 15 21—73Kadena.......... 14 17 28 25—84

Scorers-Kadena, Jamil Barney 31, Josh Greggs 20; Kubasaki, Chris Cooke 18, Jacorian Callier 16, Tommy Fair 13, James Smiley 10. Rebounders-Kadena, Jamil Barney 12, Josh Greggs 6, Matt Hinkle 5.


Wednesday’s resultsAt Camp Zama, JapanYokota 38, Zama American 21

101pounds-Chris Cournoyer, Yokota, pinned Matt Huffman, 1:55108-Mark Meade, Yokota, by walkover115-Mike Host, Yokota, by walkover122-Not contested129-Robert Rodell, Yokota, decisioned Jacob Bishop, 2-1 (1-1 last point, 1-0, 4-2)135-Michael Palomino, Zama, pinned Matt Saucedo, 1:07141-T.J. Sloan, Zama American, by walkover148-Kenny McInnis, Yokota, by walkover158-Tony Presnell, Yokota, by walkover168-David Dezell, Yokota, by walkover180-James Plott, Yokota, by walkover215-Daniel Polaski, Zama, pinned Aaron Valigura, :34Heavyweight-Steven Woods, Zama, pinned Matthew Samdahl, 4:45


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