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Kadena High School sophomore Rachel Witschen eyes the action, displaying the No. 30 on her right cheek in support of sophomore basketball player Chris Young, during Friday's high school basketball game at Kadena High School, Okinawa. Kadena beat Mirai Tech, 98-62.
Kadena High School sophomore Rachel Witschen eyes the action, displaying the No. 30 on her right cheek in support of sophomore basketball player Chris Young, during Friday's high school basketball game at Kadena High School, Okinawa. Kadena beat Mirai Tech, 98-62. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena High School sophomore Rachel Witschen eyes the action, displaying the No. 30 on her right cheek in support of sophomore basketball player Chris Young, during Friday's high school basketball game at Kadena High School, Okinawa. Kadena beat Mirai Tech, 98-62.
Kadena High School sophomore Rachel Witschen eyes the action, displaying the No. 30 on her right cheek in support of sophomore basketball player Chris Young, during Friday's high school basketball game at Kadena High School, Okinawa. Kadena beat Mirai Tech, 98-62. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Tis the season. Kadena High School senior James Nollie decks out in his holiday best during Friday's high school basketball game at Kadena High School, Okinawa. Kadena beat Mirai Tech, 98-62.
Tis the season. Kadena High School senior James Nollie decks out in his holiday best during Friday's high school basketball game at Kadena High School, Okinawa. Kadena beat Mirai Tech, 98-62. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena guard Xavier Jones drives to the basket past the Mirai Tech defense during Friday's high school basketball game at Kadena High School, Okinawa. Kadena beat Mirai Koka, 98-62.
Kadena guard Xavier Jones drives to the basket past the Mirai Tech defense during Friday's high school basketball game at Kadena High School, Okinawa. Kadena beat Mirai Koka, 98-62. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena guard Xavier Jones puts up a shot over the Mirai Tech defense during Friday's high school basketball game at Kadena High School, Okinawa. Kadena beat Mirai Koka, 98-62.
Kadena guard Xavier Jones puts up a shot over the Mirai Tech defense during Friday's high school basketball game at Kadena High School, Okinawa. Kadena beat Mirai Koka, 98-62. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

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BasketballJapanBoysFriday’s summariesAt Yokota Air BaseYokota 58, Zama American 46Zama ....... 6 12 9 19—46Yokota ....... 17 5 17 19—58Scoring — Yokota, Kazdan Batey 17, Michael Henagan 16, Roosevelt Neely 11. Zama, D.J. Ward 19, Andre Encarnacion 10.

At TokyoAmerican School In Japan 44, St. Mary’s International 39St. Mary’s ....... 6 6 12 15—39ASIJ ....... 12 10 11 11—44Scoring — ASIJ, Jeremy Homler 9, Sam Hopkins 9. St. Mary’s, Taiki Hirata 12, Tomoya Minaki 10, Ken Hor 10. Rebounding — ASIJ, Tyler Noyes 9. St. Mary’s, Hor 10.

At Yokosuka Naval BaseChristian Academy 50, Nile C. Kinnick 49CAJ ....... 11 15 7 17—50Kinnick ....... 13 9 11 16—49Scoring — Kinnick, Leroy Angeles 15, Ken Haynes 13. CAJ, Justin Barber 17, Jared Johnson 11. Rebounding—Kinnick, Josh Adair 10, Ken Haynes 7. CAJ, Daniel Knox 11, Jesse Hino 10. Noteworthy — Unbeaten Knights hit five fourth-quarter three-point goals, including one by Jared Johnson with two seconds left, to win it.

At KobeMatthew C. Perry 65, Osaka International 55Halftime — 30-30. Scoring — MCP, John Ayers 30, Jake Portillo 12.

GirlsFriday’s summariesAt OsakaE.J. King 44, Matthew C. Perry 35MCP ....... 10 7 8 10—35EJK ....... 6 8 11 19—44Scoring — EJK, Deborah Avalos 12, Tara Long 11. MCP, Rebekah Harwell 21, Ashley Starnes 10. Rebounding — EJK, Long 11, Leticia Hull 8.

Osaka International 43, E.J. King 40, OTOIS ....... 7 6 22 2 6—43EJK ....... 10 14 11 2 3—40Scoring — E.J. King, Lea Martin 12, Tara Long 11. Rebounding — EJK, Darian Romero 6, Emily Cox 5.

At TokyoChristian Academy Japan 26, Zama American 24Zama ....... 8 3 3 10—24CAJ ....... 7 6 5 8—26Scoring — CAJ, Kendra Peterson 9. Zama, Briana Myrick 13. Noteworthy — Zama’s Myrick missed two of three foul shots in the closing seconds that would have tied it.

South KoreaBoysFriday’s summaryAt Osan Air BaseOsan American 48, Daegu American 35Daegu ....... 3 9 10 13—35Osan ....... 13 12 14 9—48Scoring — Osan, Jeff Tinsley 14. Daegu, Tre Griffin 17, Darius Wyche 10.

GirlsFriday’s summariesAt Osan Air BaseDaegu American 44, Osan American 40Daegu ....... 5 14 12 13—44Osan ....... 8 18 8 6—40Scoring — Daegu, Kristina Bergman 13. Osan, Arielle Andrews 15. Rebounding — Daegu, Bergman 14, Maleah Potts Cash 10. Osan, Alina Hauter 8, Chantal Colmore 6. Noteworthy — Daegu’s Bergman drew a charging foul on Osan’s Chantal Colmore, negating a basket that would have cut it to 44-42 in the closing seconds.

At Yongsan GarrisonSeoul American 60, Seoul International 7SIS ....... 2 2 3 0—7SAHS ....... 25 20 9 6—60Scoring — SAHS, Destinee Harrison 15, Mecca Perkins 10, Jordan Elliott 10. Rebounding — SAHS, Harrison 5. Blocked shots — SAHS, Tillie Trounson 8. Noteworthy — All 10 Falcons scored. Mercy rule applied at start of second half.

OkinawaBoysFriday’s summaryAt Kadena Air BaseKadena 98, Mirai Tech 62Mirai Koka ....... 16 18 13 15—62Kadena ....... 30 33 13 22—98Scoring — Kadena, Jason Sumpter 29, Jaylen Street 16, Josh Dyer 14, Lotty Smith 12, Skylar Warren 10. Rebounding — Kadena, Sumpter 14, Dyer 13, Warren 10.

WrestlingGuamWednesday’s summaryAt Agana HeightsGuam High 46, George Washington 30103 pounds— Anthony Cruz, GW, pinned Emmanuel Paraiso112— Bart Perez, GW, pinned Mark Haas119— Alex O’Hara, GHS, by walkover125— Peter Meno, GW, pinned Marquis Pinaula-Jones130— Christian Park, GW, def. Ronicko Cabe by disqualification135— Steven Eustaquio, GW, decisioned Justin Arrington140— Darren Perez, GHS, pinned Paul Ibanez145— Christian Spotanski, GHS, by walkover152— Robert Alvarez, GW, decisioned Larry Basinger160— Jordan Davis, GHS, pinned Herbert Fukuda171— Trevor Moore, GHS, by walkover189— Micah Hansen, GHS, decisioned Taylor Afaisen215— Duncan Luenberger, GHS, pinned Clinton CellonaHeavyweight— Andrew Galvan, GHS, pinned Joel MatagolaiNoteworthy— Panthers clinched their fifth Independent Interscholastic Athletic Association of Guam regular-season title in six seasons, will host IIAAG All-Island meet at 10 a.m. Dec. 18.

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