InterserviceBasketballGuam2009 Andersen Thanksgiving Turkey ShootoutAt Coral Reef Fitness & Sports Center, Andersen Air Force Base, GuamDouble-elimination playoffsFriday’s gameGame 1—Andersen Air Force Base B 89, MVP Stars 85Saturday’s gamesGame 2—Andersen Air Force Base A 100, Andersen Air Force Base B 69Game 3—Budweiser 86, Naval Station 83Game 4—MVP Stars 94, Guam National Team 86Game 5—Andersen Air Force Base B 93, Naval Station 92; Naval Station eliminatedGame 6—Andersen Air Force Base B 90, Guam National Team 71; Guam National Team eliminatedGame 7—Andersen Air Force Base A 123, Budweiser 102Sunday’s gamesGame 8—Budweiser 2, MVP Stars 0, walkover; MVP Stars eliminatedGame 9—Budweiser 103, Andersen Air Force Base B 95; Andersen Air Force Base B eliminatedMonday’s gamesGame 10—Andersen Air Force Base 131, Budweiser 87; Budweiser eliminatedAwardsMost Valuable Player—Nicholas Welch, Andersen Air Force Base AAll-Tournament team—Nicholas Welch, Maurice Wong, Julian Phillips, Phillip Coleman, Andersen Air Force Base A; Bruce Aguon, Frances Benitez, James Collins, Budweiser; J.P. Cruz, DeAndre Walker, MVP Stars; Termaine Haynes, Shasta Williams, Naval Station; Sandy Fejeran, Guam National Team.

_______________________________________________________________________High schoolOkinawaBoys basketballTuesday’s summaryKadena 69, Kubasaki 53At Kadena Air BaseKubasaki 16 15 13 9—53Kadena 17 19 18 15—69Scoring—Kadena, Jason Sumpter 23, Taiyo Robertson 14 (6 third quarter); Kubasaki, Kai Yamaguchi 17 (10 second quarter), Kentrell Key 12.Girls basketballTuesday’s summaryKubasaki 51, Kadena 47, OTAt Kadena Air BaseKubasaki 10 6 6 19 10—51Kadena 14 5 7 15 6—47Scoring—Kubasaki, Gabby Falco 31; Kadena, Maria Vaughan 15 (8 fourth quarter), Shari Moss 15.

JapanBoys basketballTuesday’s summaryChristian Academy In Japan 66, St. Mary’s International 50At TokyoSt. Mary’s 19 10 7 14—50CAJ 13 21 13 19—66Scoring—Christian Academy In Japan, Miles Peterson 33; St. Mary’s International, Toni Taniguchi 20, Shumsuke Kuriyama 10. Rebounding—Christian Academy In Japan, Miles Peterson 21. Assists—Christian Academy In Japan, Justin Barber 10. Noteworthy—Knights gain first Kanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools win since the 2006-07 season. CAJ outrebounded St. Mary’s 34-22.

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