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Tomiwa Akinbayo of Seoul American battles Korea International's Jae Wook Lee for a rebound during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Boys Division I basketball game at Seoul American High School, South Korea. The Falcons beat the Phoenix 57-17.
Tomiwa Akinbayo of Seoul American battles Korea International's Jae Wook Lee for a rebound during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Boys Division I basketball game at Seoul American High School, South Korea. The Falcons beat the Phoenix 57-17. (Gary Cashman/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Tomiwa Akinbayo of Seoul American battles Korea International's Jae Wook Lee for a rebound during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Boys Division I basketball game at Seoul American High School, South Korea. The Falcons beat the Phoenix 57-17.
Tomiwa Akinbayo of Seoul American battles Korea International's Jae Wook Lee for a rebound during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Boys Division I basketball game at Seoul American High School, South Korea. The Falcons beat the Phoenix 57-17. (Gary Cashman/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Devante Lawrence of Seoul American tries to shoot past Byron Kwon of Korea International during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Boys Division I basketball game at Seoul American High School,  South Korea. The Falcons beat the Phoenix 57-17.
Devante Lawrence of Seoul American tries to shoot past Byron Kwon of Korea International during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Boys Division I basketball game at Seoul American High School, South Korea. The Falcons beat the Phoenix 57-17. (Gary Cashman/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Tomiwa Akinbayo of Seoul American, right, battles Korea International's Jae Wook Lee for a rebound during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Boys Division I basketball game at Seoul American High School,  South Korea. The Falcons beat the Phoenix 57-17.
Tomiwa Akinbayo of Seoul American, right, battles Korea International's Jae Wook Lee for a rebound during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Boys Division I basketball game at Seoul American High School, South Korea. The Falcons beat the Phoenix 57-17. (Gary Cashman/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Jason Liu of Seoul American skies past Byron Kwon of Korea International for a shot during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Boys Division I basketball game at Seoul American High School, South Korea. The Falcons beat the Phoenix 57-17.
Jason Liu of Seoul American skies past Byron Kwon of Korea International for a shot during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Boys Division I basketball game at Seoul American High School, South Korea. The Falcons beat the Phoenix 57-17. (Gary Cashman/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Bryant McCray of Seoul American goes up between Jae Min Shin and Byron Kwon, right, of Korea International for a shot during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Boys Division I basketball game at Seoul American High School, South Korea. The Falcons beat the Phoenix 57-17.
Bryant McCray of Seoul American goes up between Jae Min Shin and Byron Kwon, right, of Korea International for a shot during Wednesday's Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Boys Division I basketball game at Seoul American High School, South Korea. The Falcons beat the Phoenix 57-17. (Gary Cashman/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Matt Payne of Kubasaki gets the upper hand on Daejon Street of Kadena during Wednesday's Okinawa Activities Council preseason dual meet at Kubasaki High School, Okinawa. Payne pinned Street in 40 seconds and Kubasaki improved to 2-0 on the season, beating Kadena 33-28.
Matt Payne of Kubasaki gets the upper hand on Daejon Street of Kadena during Wednesday's Okinawa Activities Council preseason dual meet at Kubasaki High School, Okinawa. Payne pinned Street in 40 seconds and Kubasaki improved to 2-0 on the season, beating Kadena 33-28. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Fred Suniga of Kubasaki gets the upper hand on David Knight of Kadena during Wednesday's 168-pound bout in an Okinawa Activities Council preseason dual meet at Kubasaki High School, Okinawa. Suniga decisioned Knight 2-0 (3-0, 5-0) and Kubasaki improved to 2-0 on the season, beating Kadena 33-28.
Fred Suniga of Kubasaki gets the upper hand on David Knight of Kadena during Wednesday's 168-pound bout in an Okinawa Activities Council preseason dual meet at Kubasaki High School, Okinawa. Suniga decisioned Knight 2-0 (3-0, 5-0) and Kubasaki improved to 2-0 on the season, beating Kadena 33-28. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Cory Peckins scores a takedown on Kubasaki's Tyler Smith during Wednesday's 158-pound bout in an Okinawa Activities Council preseason dual meet at Kubasaki High School, Okinawa. Peckins pinned Smith in 5:02, but Kubasaki improved to 2-0 on the season, beating Kadena 33-28.
Kadena's Cory Peckins scores a takedown on Kubasaki's Tyler Smith during Wednesday's 158-pound bout in an Okinawa Activities Council preseason dual meet at Kubasaki High School, Okinawa. Peckins pinned Smith in 5:02, but Kubasaki improved to 2-0 on the season, beating Kadena 33-28. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Jhellani Olton of Kubasaki and Jacob Bishop of Kadena battle for the upper hand during Wednesday's 148-pound bout in an Okinawa Activities Council preseason dual meet at Kubasaki High School, Okinawa. Bishop pinned Olton in 1:49 and Kubasaki improved to 2-0 on the season, beating Kadena 33-28.
Jhellani Olton of Kubasaki and Jacob Bishop of Kadena battle for the upper hand during Wednesday's 148-pound bout in an Okinawa Activities Council preseason dual meet at Kubasaki High School, Okinawa. Bishop pinned Olton in 1:49 and Kubasaki improved to 2-0 on the season, beating Kadena 33-28. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Nick Barker of Kubasaki gets the upper hand on Jacob Maurer of Kadena during Wednesday's 115-pound bout in an Okinawa Activities Council preseason dual meet at Kubasaki High School, Okinawa. Barker superior decisioned Maurer 2-0 (7-0, 7-0) and Kubasaki improved to 2-0 on the season, beating Kadena 33-28.
Nick Barker of Kubasaki gets the upper hand on Jacob Maurer of Kadena during Wednesday's 115-pound bout in an Okinawa Activities Council preseason dual meet at Kubasaki High School, Okinawa. Barker superior decisioned Maurer 2-0 (7-0, 7-0) and Kubasaki improved to 2-0 on the season, beating Kadena 33-28. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

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SoccerGuamGirlsTuesday’s summaryAt Agana HeightsQuarterfinalGuam High 1, Academy of Our Lady of Guam 0AOLG ....... 0 0—0GHS....... 0 1 —1Goal — Guam High, Meagan Speck 1 (10). Noteworthy — Panthers advanced to Independent Interscholastic Athletic Association of Guam playoff semifinal vs. St. John’s at 4:15 p.m. Thursday at Leo Palace Field 3 in Talofofo. Guam High has not won an IIAAG title since 2003.

WrestlingOkinawaWednesday’s summaryAt Camp FosterKubasaki 33, Kadena 28101 pounds— Steven Walter, Kubasaki, pinned David Hernandez, :31108— Austin Cyr, Kubasaki, pinned Michael Poli, 2:20115— Nick Barker, Kubasaki, superior decisioned Jacob Maurer, 2-0 (7-0, 7-0)122— Kevin Orr, Kubasaki, pinned John Vause, :13129— Chris Shapiro-Kinghorn, Kadena, decisioned Mark Chase, 2-0 (4-2, 4-1)135— Austin Standridge, Kubasaki, pinned Nicholas Veit, 1:25141— Tyrell Crutcher, Kadena, pinned Jon Goddard, 3:18148— Jacob Bishop, Kadena, pinned Jhellani Olton, 1:49158— Cory Peckins, Kadena, pinned Tyler Smith, 5:02168— Fred Suniga, Kubasaki, decisioned David Knight, 2-0 (3-0, 5-0)180— Matt Payne, Kubasaki, pinned Daejon Street, :40215— Aaron Ahner, Kadena, by walkoverHeavyweight— Gabe Ahner, Kadena, pinned Jacob Wood, 1:11

JapanWednesday’s summariesAt TokyoZama American 36, St. Mary’s International 26101 pounds— Eric Otero, Zama, pinned Kaimi Miyazawa, 3:35108— Yurie Tanaka, Zama, pinned Haruka Onozaki, 3:10115— Soma Yoshida, St. Mary’s, pinned Melody Brown, :33122— Jacob Scott, Zama, pinned Pawel Grabarczyk, 3:07129— Kelly Langley, St. Mary’s, pinned Derrick Quenga, 1:44135— JP Kwak, St. Mary’s, pinned Kenneth Misiaszek, 3:26141— Mason Moffett, Zama, pinned Koki Fujiwara, :50148— Brendon Hymas, St. Mary’s, pinned Richard Castillo, 2:21158— Ivan Alston, Zama, decisioned Joey Nagasawa, 2-1 (5-0, 2-9, 6-4)168— Michael Spencer, Zama, pinned Jeffrey Koo, :59180— Mitchell Harrison, Zama, decisioned Sean Ward, 2-0 (1-0, 5-0)215— Andrew Cavalier, Zama, pinned Kevin Miller, :42Heavyweight— Chidi Agbo, St. Mary’s, by walkover

At Yokota Air BaseYokota 41, American School In Japan 22101 pounds— Shintaro Clanton, Yokota, by walkover108— Callan Murphy, ASIJ, pinned Lee Twyman, 3:12115— Phil Robles, Yokota, pinned Jonah Murray, 3:40122— Ed Peterson, Yokota, pinned Isaac Orkin, 1:13129— Yuki Sorci, Yokota, pinned Patrick Olson, 3:12135— Devin Day, Yokota, pinned Ryoma Nichols, :48141— Michael Littman, Yokota, decisioned Troy Cerminara, 2-1 (5-0, 3-4, 8-4)148— Alex Guo, ASIJ, pinned Hiro Takahashi, :57158— Stanley Speed, Yokota, decisioned Andrew Stern, 2-1 (3-4, 4-0, 4-0)168— Alex Heideman, ASIJ, pinned Brendan Miller, 1:24180— Alex Pflaum, ASIJ, pinned Neo Hillaire, 5:20215— Jake Jackson, Yokota, by walkoverHeavyweight— Jesse Hogan, Yokota, by walkover

BasketballJapanGirlsWednesday’s summariesAt Yokota Air BaseYokota 58, Nile C. Kinnick 51Kinnick ....... 11 12 7 21—51Yokota....... 9 13 19 17—58Scoring — Yokota, Erika Ettl 19, Julia Marrin 18. Kinnick, K.K. Smith 14, Emily Stith 11.

At Camp ZamaSt. Maur International 42, Zama American 29St. Maur ....... 8 11 19 4—42Zama....... 11 8 6 4—29Scoring — Zama, Te’Asia Snowden 12, Briana Myrick 12.

Tuesday’s summariesAt YokohamaYokohama International 40, Nile C. Kinnick 35Kinnick ....... 5 9 11 10—35YIS....... 12 10 8 10—40Scoring — Kinnick, Mashiya McKinney 12. Rebounding — Kinnick, McKinney 11.

At TokyoSeisen International 28, International School of the Sacred Heart 21ISSH ....... 0 4 7 10—21Seisen....... 8 4 8 8—28Scoring — Seisen, Natsuha Maeda 10. Rebounding — Seisen, Emily Stenson 9.

South KoreaBoysWednesday’s summariesAt Camp GeorgeDaegu American 65, Global Visions Christian 34GVCS ....... 11 7 13 3—34Daegu....... 17 19 11 18—65Scoring — Daegu, Darius Wyche 13, Lee Wright 12, Kymmond Mitchell 11, Tre Griffin 10. GVCS, Phillip Choi 16, Kevin Lee 10.

At Yongsan GarrisonSeoul American 57, Korea International 17KIS ....... 2 3 5 7—17SAHS....... 24 18 9 6—57Scoring — SAHS, Bryant McCray 13, Devante Lawrence 11, Josh DeCastro 11. KIS, Jaewook Lee 9. Rebounding — SAHS, DeCastro 7, McCray 5. Steals — SAHS, Lawrence 6.

At SeoulYongsan International-Seoul 43, Seoul Foreign 29YIS-S....... 12 10 7 14—43SFS....... 7 8 7 7—29Scoring — YIS-Seoul, Raymond Lee 22, Jonathan Bai 11. Rebounding — YIS-S, Bai 7.

GirlsWednesday’s summariesAt Camp GeorgeDaegu American 52, Global Visions Christian 12GVCS ....... 2 0 6 4—12Daegu....... 16 10 15 11—52Scoring — Daegu, Sarah Wright 16. Rebounding — Daegu, Kaitlyn Nott 8, Maleah Potts Cash 6, Ashley Benjamin 5. Assists — Daegu, Wright 5.

At SeoulYongsan International-Seoul 38, Seoul Foreign 32YIS-S....... 13 7 10 8—38SFS....... 10 7 10 5—32Scoring — YIS-S, Jessi Son 16.

At Yongsan GarrisonSeoul American 52, Korea International 9KIS ....... 3 2 4 0—9SAHS....... 30 10 8 4—52Scoring — SAHS, Destinee Harrison 12, Tillie Trounson 10. Rebounding — SAHS, Kaytlyn Soriano 7, Harrison 7, Jordan Elliott 6. Steals — SAHS, Harrison 5.

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