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Humphreys' Collin Metcalf goes up to shot against Daegu's Chase Lamar during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 74-32.
Humphreys' Collin Metcalf goes up to shot against Daegu's Chase Lamar during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 74-32. (Lily Austinson/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Collin Metcalf goes up to shot against Daegu's Chase Lamar during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 74-32.
Humphreys' Collin Metcalf goes up to shot against Daegu's Chase Lamar during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 74-32. (Lily Austinson/Special to Stripes)
Daegu's Ziadee Berjolo and Humphreys' Collin Metcalf sky for a rebound during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 74-32.
Daegu's Ziadee Berjolo and Humphreys' Collin Metcalf sky for a rebound during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 74-32. (Lily Austinson/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Myles Johnson skies for a shot between Daegu's Angus Delaney and Nikolai Champaco during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 74-32.
Humphreys' Myles Johnson skies for a shot between Daegu's Angus Delaney and Nikolai Champaco during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 74-32. (Lily Austinson/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Acacia May puts up a shot between Daegu's Ariel Harvey and Bethani Newbold during Wednesday's Korea Blue girls basketball game. The Warriors edged the Blackhawks 45-42.
Humphreys' Acacia May puts up a shot between Daegu's Ariel Harvey and Bethani Newbold during Wednesday's Korea Blue girls basketball game. The Warriors edged the Blackhawks 45-42. (Lily Austinson/Special to Stripes)
Daegu's Bethani Newbold drives for a shot against Humphreys during Wednesday's Korea Blue girls basketball game. The Warriors edged the Blackhawks 45-42.
Daegu's Bethani Newbold drives for a shot against Humphreys during Wednesday's Korea Blue girls basketball game. The Warriors edged the Blackhawks 45-42. (Katrina Vasquez/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Connor Coyne drives against Angus Delaney of Daegu during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 74-32.
Humphreys' Connor Coyne drives against Angus Delaney of Daegu during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 74-32. (Katrina Vasquez/Special to Stripes)

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Basketball Boys South KoreaHumphreys 74, Daegu 32 Wednesday at Camp WalkerBlackhawks 21 25 13 15—74Warriors 11 7 10 4—32Scoring — Blackhawks: Connor Coyne 16, Junior Gregory 14, Sean Cook 10; Warriors: Andrue McCall 10. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Collin Metcalf 20, Coyne 11. Steals — Blackhawks: Coyne 8, Gregory 5. Assists — Blackhawks: Coyne 7. Blocked shots — Blackhawks: Metcalf 5.Seoul Foreign 54, Yongsan 50 Wednesday at SeoulCrusaders 13 13 12 16 — 54Guardians 13 8 14 15 — 50Scoring — Crusaders: Justin Lee 16, Han Him 13; Guardians: Si Kwak 16.

OkinawaKubasaki 48, Okinawa Christian 36 Wednesday at YomitanDragons 8 19 7 14 — 48Crusaders 6 12 8 10 — 36Scoring — Dragons: Dylan Canlas 11.

JapanAmerican School In Japan 56, Nile C. Kinnick 40 Thursday at TokyoRed Devils 13 8 12 7 — 40Mustangs 15 11 19 11 — 56Scoring — Mustangs: Nash Rasmussen 16, Luke McCullough 11; Red Devils: Tristan Venturina 12, James Mincey 10. Noteworthy — First loss of the season for the Red Devils after opening with three victories. Venturina hit four three-point goals to account for all his points.ASIJ 77, Zama 62 Tuesday at TokyoTrojans 10 20 13 19 — 62Mustangs 21 16 24 16 — 77Scoring — Mustangs: Tyler Schiff 16; Trojans: Chandler Platt 19, Keshawn McNeill 15. Noteworthy — Mustangs led early 19-4, Trojans rallied to cut lead to 40-37 in third quarter before Mustangs pulled away.Kinnick 80, Yokota 50 Tuesday at Yokota Air BaseRed Devils 23 18 21 18 — 80Panthers 15 12 15 8 — 50Scoring — Red Devils: Corey Hollingsworth 18, Darryl Williams 16, Mincey 14, Venturina 13; Panthers: Connor Rowan 8, David Carlson 8, Ricky DeFazio 8.

Girls South KoreaDaegu 45, Humphreys 42 Wednesday at Camp WalkerBlackhawks 10 7 17 8 — 42Warriors 23 10 6 6 — 45Scoring — Warriors: Bethani Newbold 24, Ariel Harvey 12; Blackhawks: Acacia May 12. Rebounding — Blackhawks: May 11, Melissa Pritchett 10, Trinity Barretto 7. Assists — Blackhawks: Jaylynn Knight 6, Barretto 5. Steals — Blackhawks: May 6.

OkinawaKubasaki 60, Okinawa Christian 26 Wednesday at Camp FosterCrusaders 5 2 6 13 — 26Dragons 18 13 12 17 — 60Scoring — Dragons: Sophia Grubbs 25. Rebounding — Dragons: Grubbs 10. Steals — Dragons: Grubbs 8.

JapanZama 57, ASIJ 42 Tuesday at Camp ZamaMustangs 8 5 19 10 — 42Trojans 15 13 13 16 — 57Scoring — Trojans: Chloe Sterling 21, Kirari Smith 18.Yokota 39, Kinnick 38 Tuesday at Yokosuka Naval BasePanthers 9 7 19 4 — 39Red Devils 3 11 17 7 — 38Scoring — Panthers: Emily Taynton 21; Red Devils: Mikaila Joy Miranda 11. Rebounding — Panthers: Taynton 6, Jaya Walker 5; Red Devils: Madelyn Gallo 12, Amyka Jones 9, Ernestina Roberts 6, Cassi Boyer 5, Maya Rogers 5. Steals — Red Devils: Roberts 8, Miranda 7, Jones 5, Rogers 5.Christian Academy Japan 43, Seisen 26 Tuesday at TokyoPhoenix 4 10 3 9 — 26Knights 7 10 18 8 — 43Scoring — Knights: Anna Stoesz 15, Jessica Bedow 10; Phoenix: Marin Sakata 10. Rebounding — Knights: Yeonjoo Kim 8; Phoenix: Sakata 5, Lauren Woody 5.

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