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Basketball2014 March Madness Pacific Regional Basketball Tournament At Andersen Air Force Base, GuamMen’s double-elimination playoffsFriday’s games Dilliman College 88, Andersen Island Rainmen 81 Tamuning Typhoons 111, Saipan Rollers 82 Andersen Air Force Base 2 99, Saipan Rebels 50Saturday’s games Andersen Air Force Base 1 118, Dilliman College 59 Tamuning Typhoons 77, Andersen Air Force Base 2 76 Saipan Rollers 2, Saipan Rebels 0, forfeit; Saipan Rebels eliminated Andersen Air Force Base 2 79, Andersen Island Rainmen 65; Andersen Island Rainmen eliminated Dilliman College 84, Saipan Rollers 69; Saipan Rollers eliminated Andersen Air Force Base 1 102, Tamuning Typhoons 86 Andersen Air Force Base 2 77, Dilliman College 57; Dilliman College eliminatedSunday’s games Tamuning Typhoons 91, Andersen Air Force Base 2 87; Andersen Air Force Base 2 eliminated Andersen Air Force Base 98, Tamuning Typhoons 76; Tamuning Typhoons eliminatedAwardsMost Valuable Player — Ledget Glover, Andersen Air Force Base 1.Outstanding coach — Gerrard Barnes, Andersen Air Force Base 1.All-Tournament team — Ollie Bradley, Brian Cooper, Ledget Glover, Ronnie Jamison, Durrell Lumpkin, Andersen Air Force Base 1; James Stake, Guy Mosley, Tamuning Typhoons; Eric Booker, Jarvis Edwards, Andersen Air Force Base 2; Tom Hammonds, Andersen Island Rainmen.Women’s double-elimination playoffs Friday’s game Andersen Air Force Base 70, Team Fuetsa 46Saturday’s games Dr. Ha Tooth Fairies 58, Yokosuka Naval Base 41 Camp Humphreys 81, Andersen Air Force Base 64 Yokosuka Naval Base 63, Team Fuetsa 59; Team Fuetsa eliminated Camp Humphreys 68, Dr. Ha Tooth Fairies 58 Andersen Air Force Base 65, Yokosuka Naval Base 53; Yokosuka Naval Base eliminatedSunday’s games Dr. Ha Tooth Fairies 66, Andersen Air Force Base 43; Andersen Air Force Base eliminated Dr. Ha Tooth Fairies 69, Camp Humphreys 60 Dr. Ha Tooth Fairies 74, Camp Humphreys 58; Camp Humphreys eliminatedAwardsMost Valuable Player — Brianna Benito, Dr. Ha Tooth Fairies.Outstanding coach — Sid Guzman, Dr. Ha Tooth Fairies.All-Tournament team — Brianna Benito, Destiny Castro, Alina Bonto, Dr. Ha Tooth Fairies; Aubrey Kiemco, Casandra Harvey, Stephanie Frazier, Camp Humphreys; Rabecha Jones, Tamika Jackson, Andersen Air Force Base; Lilly Baranda, Yokosuka Naval Base.

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Track and field GuamFriday at Yona Boys Shot put — Cameron Calloway, Southern, 11.32 meters; Javelin — Lordan Aguon, Guam High, 34.88; High jump — Anthony Castro, Simon Sanchez, 1.73; Long jump — Castro, Simon Sanchez, 5.74; 100 — Juwan Jacobs, Guam, 11.89 seconds; 110 hurdles — Zhivoco Smith, Guam, 18.98; 200 — Jacobs, Guam, 24.07; 300 hurdles — Z. Smith, Guam, 44.90; 400 — Ryan Teologo, Southern, 56.02; 400 relay — John F. Kennedy A, 49.07; 800 — Austy Hines, Guam, 2 minutes, 12.68 seconds; 1,500 — Austin Mendiola, George Washington, 4:39.40; 1,600 relay — Simon Sanchez A, 3:47.26; 3,000 — Rainier Porras, Southern, 10:22.73.GirlsShot put — Keri Brooks, Guam, 8.72 meters; Javelin — Frances De Leon, Okkodo, 26.84; High jump — Raquel Walker, George Washington, 1.27; Long jump — Guerrero, Simon Sanchez, 4.34; 100 — Walker, George Washington, 14.00 seconds; 100 hurdles — Christina Francisco, Guam, 19.02; 200 — Walker, George Washington, 28.51; 300 hurdles — Francisco, Guam, 51.41; 400 — Francisco, Guam, time unavailable; 400 relay — Simon Sanchez A, 59.26; 800 — Jeashalyn Fejeran, George Washington, 2 minutes, 42.07 seconds; 1,500 — Criss Genina, John F. Kennedy, 5:41.88; 1,600 relay — George Washington A, 4:40.81; 3,000 — Genina, John F. Kennedy, 12:20.43.

JapanSaturday at Tokyo BoysAmerican School In Japan 143, St. Mary’s International 53, Christian Academy Japan 20.Shot put — Josh Dixon, ASIJ, 11.65 meters; Discus — David Hernandez, ASIJ, 39.84; High jump — Hernandez, ASIJ, 1.75; Long jump — Hernandez, ASIJ, 6.68; 100 — Taisei Igarashi, St. Mary’s, 12.33 seconds; 110 hurdles — Ryan Murphy, ASIJ, 18.24; 200 — Ken Baburek, ASIJ, 24.23; 400 — Baburek, ASIJ, 54.37; 400 hurdles — Alex Carroll, ASIJ, 1 minute, 4.4 seconds; 400 relay — ASIJ, 47.25; 800 — Evan Yukevich, ASIJ, 2:02.87; 1,500 —Yukevich, ASIJ, 4:20.74; 1,600 relay — ASIJ, 3:44.39; 3,000 — Ryan Nishida, ASIJ, 9:45.04.GirlsAmerican School In Japan 106, Seisen International 54, International School of the Sacred Heart 41, Christian Academy Japan 15.Shot put — Mia Weinland, ASIJ, 9.56 meters; Discus — Weinland, ASIJ, 22.04; High jump — Anna Lewis-Workman, ASIJ, 1.45; Long jump — Liz Thornton, ASIJ, 5.20; 100 — Saki Fujita, ASIJ, 14.11 seconds; 100 hurdles — Fujita, ASIJ, 18.72; 200 — Jenna Doyno, ASIJ, 28.10; 300 hurdles — Doyno, ASIJ, 50.1; 400 — Amy Duley, Seisen, 1 minute, 7.00 seconds; 400 relay — ASIJ, 55.20; 800 — Lisa Kwak, Seisen, 2:30.81; 1,500 — Kwak, Seisen, 5:31.11; 1,600 relay — Seisen, 4:40.89; 3,000 — Maku Itakura, Seisen, 11:27.87.

Girls soccer GuamGuam 5, St. Thomas Aquinas 0 Saturday at Agana HeightsHalftime — Guam 4-0. Goals — Guam: Kayla Kinney 3 (3), Meagan Guerrero (1), Kami Cruz (1). Assists — Guam: Kinney 2, Guerrero 2.

South KoreaSeoul Foreign 2, FC Storm 2 Monday at SeoulHalftime — 0-0. Goals — SFS: Michelle Richardson (16), Nina Bernhardt (5); FC Storm: Alyssa Leal, Kiralyn Kawachi. Assists — SFS: Bernhardt, Joanna Kim; FC Storm: Elisha Dareing, Kaile Johnson.

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