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E.J. King's Moa Best drives to the basket against Yokota's Kayla Bogdan during Friday's semifinal in the DODEA-Japan girls basketball tournament. The Cobras won 51-13 and will face Nile C. Kinnick in Saturday's final.

E.J. King's Moa Best drives to the basket against Yokota's Kayla Bogdan during Friday's semifinal in the DODEA-Japan girls basketball tournament. The Cobras won 51-13 and will face Nile C. Kinnick in Saturday's final. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

High school

Basketball

Boys

Japan

DODEA-Japan tournament

Friday at Yokota Air Base

Pool play

Yokota 57, Matthew C. Perry 37

Panthers 7 17 10 23 _57
Samurai 10 4 12 11 _37

Scoring — Panthers: Dylan Tomas 27, Tre Perkins 11; Samurai: Ronald Reyes 16. Noteworthy — Tomas had 10 points in the second and fourth quarters. Reyes hit four three-point goals.

E.J. King 74, Robert D. Edgren 28

Eagles 14 8 0 6 _28
Cobras 15 22 25 12 _74

Scoring — Cobras: Cameron Reinhart 31, Keith Lombard 15, Jeremy Phillips 13; Eagles: Dennis Nelson 7. Noteworthy — Reinhart hit six three-point goals.

Yokota's Dylan Tomas has his shot blocked by Robert D. Edgren's O'moj Reeves during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys basketball tournament game. The Panthers won 71-45.

Yokota's Dylan Tomas has his shot blocked by Robert D. Edgren's O'moj Reeves during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys basketball tournament game. The Panthers won 71-45. (Ben Sessions/Special to Stripes)

Single-elimination playoffs

Quarterfinals

Yokota 71, Edgren 45

Panthers 27 13 18 13 _71
Eagles 15 15 9 6 _45

Scoring — Panthers: Tomas 28, Damian Abrams 12, Jai Bailey 12; Eagles: Nelson 22. Noteworthy — Tomas hit five three-point goals. Abrams scored 10 first-quarter points and Nelson 12 in the second quarter.

King 58, Perry 27

Samurai 7 9 6 5 _27
Cobras 15 20 18 5 _58

Scoring — Cobras: Reinhart 24, Lombard 16; Samurai: David Jans 6.

E.J. King's Jeremy Phillips drives to the basket against Robert D. Edgren's Dennis Nelson during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys basketball tournament. The Cobras won 74-28.

E.J. King's Jeremy Phillips drives to the basket against Robert D. Edgren's Dennis Nelson during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys basketball tournament. The Cobras won 74-28. (Ben Sessions/Special to Stripes)

Semifinals

Zama 59, Yokota 40

Panthers 10 9 8 13 _40
Trojans 28 11 15 5 _59

Scoring — Trojans: Keshawn McNeill 22, Murray Gillerson 22, Ryan Pena 10; Panthers: Royce Canta 12. Noteworthy — McNeill had 14 points and Gillerson 12 in the first quarter.

King 73, Nile C. Kinnick 67

Red Devils 23 14 16 14 _67
Cobras 20 20 24 9 _73

Scoring — Cobras: Reinhart 37, Phillips 20; Red Devils: Vance Lewis 23, Darius Scott 15, Austin Davenport 15, Adrian Tagalog 10. Noteworthy — Reinhart had 10 three-point goals and Phillips six with 17 points coming in the first half. For the day, Reinhart had 92 points and 21 three-point goals in three games. Lewis scored 17 first-half points, Scott had eight in the first quarter and Tagalog had all of his points in the second half.

Saturday's games

Fifth

Perry vs. Edgren, 9 a.m.

Third

Yokota vs. Kinnick, 10:30 a.m.

Championship

King vs. Zama, noon.

E.J. King junior Cameron Reinhart scored a combined 92 points, with 21 three-point goals, during Friday's games played by the Cobras, all victories, in the DODEA-Japan boys basketball tournament.

E.J. King junior Cameron Reinhart scored a combined 92 points, with 21 three-point goals, during Friday's games played by the Cobras, all victories, in the DODEA-Japan boys basketball tournament. (Ben Sessions/Special to Stripes)

Girls

Japan

DODEA-Japan tournament

Friday at Camp Zama

Pool play

King 69, Edgren 44

Eagles 5 12 16 11 _44
Cobras 27 15 9 18 _69

Scoring — Cobras: Moa Best 22, Logan Dann 22, Mailwan Schinker 12; Eagles: Maliyah Magat 11, Jaylie Johnson 10.

Kinnick 72, Perry 7

Red Devils 20 26 12 14 _72
Samurai 2 2 0 3 _7

Scoring — Red Devils: Jasmine Pho 22. Noteworthy — Pho scored 15 second-quarter points.

Nile C. Kinnick's Jasmine Pho looks to dribble past Robert D. Edgren's I'Lei Washington during Friday's semifinal in the DODEA-Japan girls basketball tournament. The Red Devils won 53-10 and will face E.J. King in Saturday's final.

Nile C. Kinnick's Jasmine Pho looks to dribble past Robert D. Edgren's I'Lei Washington during Friday's semifinal in the DODEA-Japan girls basketball tournament. The Red Devils won 53-10 and will face E.J. King in Saturday's final. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Single-elimination playoffs

Quarterfinals

Yokota 41, Zama 28

Panthers 13 14 2 12 _41
Trojans 8 7 10 3 _28

Scoring — Panthers: Keiya Carlson 14, Madison Van Gorder 13; Trojans: Lindsey So 12.

Edgren 43, Perry 16

Samurai 4 0 3 7 _16
Eagles 8 11 14 10 _43

Scoring — Eagles: Johnson 17. Noteworthy — All nine Eagles players scored.

Nile C. Kinnick's Jasmine Pho ldrives for a shot past Robert D. Edgren's Jaylie Johnson during Friday's semifinal in the DODEA-Japan girls basketball tournament. The Red Devils won 53-10 and will face E.J. King in Saturday's final.

Nile C. Kinnick's Jasmine Pho ldrives for a shot past Robert D. Edgren's Jaylie Johnson during Friday's semifinal in the DODEA-Japan girls basketball tournament. The Red Devils won 53-10 and will face E.J. King in Saturday's final. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Semifinals

King 51, Yokota 13

Panthers 9 2 2 0 _13
Cobras 21 11 11 8 _51

Scoring — Cobras: Moa Best 22, Miu Best 13; Panthers: Samantha Kosinski 7.

Kinnick 53, Edgren 10

Red Devils 13 12 15 13 _53
Eagles 1 3 3 3 _10

Scoring — Red Devils: Pho 12, Dana White 12, Davan Webster 11, Mikaila Joi Miranda 10; Eagles: Magat 4.

Robert D. Edgren's I'Lei Washington looks to pass in front of Nile C. Kinnick's Maria Pidgeon during Friday's semifinal in the DODEA-Japan girls basketeball tournament. The Red Devils won 53-10 and will face E.J. King in Saturday's final.

Robert D. Edgren's I'Lei Washington looks to pass in front of Nile C. Kinnick's Maria Pidgeon during Friday's semifinal in the DODEA-Japan girls basketeball tournament. The Red Devils won 53-10 and will face E.J. King in Saturday's final. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Saturday's games

Fifth

Perry vs. Zama, 9 a.m.

Third

Yokota vs. Edgren, 10:30 a.m.

Championship

King vs. Kinnick, noon.

E.J. King's Moa Best puts up a scoop shot past Yokota's Christina Smith during Friday's semifinal in the DODEA-Japan girls basketball tournament. The Cobras won 51-13 and will face Nile C. Kinnick in Saturday's final.

E.J. King's Moa Best puts up a scoop shot past Yokota's Christina Smith during Friday's semifinal in the DODEA-Japan girls basketball tournament. The Cobras won 51-13 and will face Nile C. Kinnick in Saturday's final. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Yokota's Christina Smith snags the ball away from E.J. King's Maliwan Schinker during Friday's DODEA-Japan girls basketball tournament semifinal. The Cobras won 51-13 and will face Nile C. Kinnick in Saturday's final.

Yokota's Christina Smith snags the ball away from E.J. King's Maliwan Schinker during Friday's DODEA-Japan girls basketball tournament semifinal. The Cobras won 51-13 and will face Nile C. Kinnick in Saturday's final. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

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Dave Ornauer has been employed by or assigned to Stars and Stripes Pacific almost continuously since March 5, 1981. He covers interservice and high school sports at DODEA-Pacific schools and manages the Pacific Storm Tracker.
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