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Seoul Foreign's Elliot Prest looks to pass against Daegu's Antwoine McCall during Friday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Crusaders won 54-47.
Seoul Foreign's Elliot Prest looks to pass against Daegu's Antwoine McCall during Friday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Crusaders won 54-47. (Lexie Berry/Special to Stripes)
Seoul Foreign's Elliot Prest looks to pass against Daegu's Antwoine McCall during Friday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Crusaders won 54-47.
Seoul Foreign's Elliot Prest looks to pass against Daegu's Antwoine McCall during Friday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Crusaders won 54-47. (Lexie Berry/Special to Stripes)
Seoul Foreign's Han Kim drives for a shot against Daegu's Andrue McCall during Friday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Crusaders won 54-47.
Seoul Foreign's Han Kim drives for a shot against Daegu's Andrue McCall during Friday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Crusaders won 54-47. (Katrina Vasquez/Special to Stripes)
Daegu's Andrue McCall looks for room to move against Seoul Foreign's Han Kim and Kyle Sohn during Friday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Crusaders won 54-47.
Daegu's Andrue McCall looks for room to move against Seoul Foreign's Han Kim and Kyle Sohn during Friday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Crusaders won 54-47. (Katrina Vasquez/Special to Stripes)
Daegu's Princeton Newbold gets hemmed in by Seoul Foreign defender Kevin Ekstrom during Friday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Crusaders won 54-47.
Daegu's Princeton Newbold gets hemmed in by Seoul Foreign defender Kevin Ekstrom during Friday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Crusaders won 54-47. (Katrina Vasquez/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Marcellus Harris skies for a rebound against Robert D. Edgren during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 75-41.
Nile C. Kinnick's Marcellus Harris skies for a rebound against Robert D. Edgren during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 75-41. (Emmanesta Stovall/Special to Stripes)
Robert D. Edgren's Alec Struve tries to retrieve the ball in front of Nile C. Kinnick's Corey Hollingsworth and Tajari Marshall during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 75-41.
Robert D. Edgren's Alec Struve tries to retrieve the ball in front of Nile C. Kinnick's Corey Hollingsworth and Tajari Marshall during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 75-41. (Emmanesta Stovall/Special to Stripes)
E.J. King's Anthony Moore and the ball get tied up by Nile C. Kinnick's Ethan Yuska and Corey Hollingsworth during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 78-71.
E.J. King's Anthony Moore and the ball get tied up by Nile C. Kinnick's Ethan Yuska and Corey Hollingsworth during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 78-71. (Emmanesta Stovall/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's James Mincey grabs the ball between E.J. King defenders Cameron Reinhart and James Meacham during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 78-71.
Nile C. Kinnick's James Mincey grabs the ball between E.J. King defenders Cameron Reinhart and James Meacham during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 78-71. (Emmanesta Stovall/Special to Stripes)
Matthew C. Perry's Jialee Asperer goes up for a shot against Yokota's Aaliyah Velasquez during Friday's DODEA-Japan girls basketball game. The Panthers won 56-23.
Matthew C. Perry's Jialee Asperer goes up for a shot against Yokota's Aaliyah Velasquez during Friday's DODEA-Japan girls basketball game. The Panthers won 56-23. (Sora Thompson/Special to Stripes)

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Basketball Boys South KoreaSeoul Foreign 54, Daegu 47 Friday at SeoulWarriors 11 11 11 14—47Crusaders 18 10 11 15—54Scoring — Crusaders: Han Kim 14; Warriors: Ziadee Berjolo 21, Andrue McCall 10. Rebounding — Warriors: Berjolo 13, McCall 7.Humphreys 49, Yongsan 27 Friday at SeoulBlackhawks 16 14 9 10 — 49Guardians 2 11 3 11 — 27Scoring — Blackhawks: Junior Gregory 16, J.B. Pope 12; Guardians: Si Kwak 7. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Collin Metcalf 13, Connor Coyne 8. Noteworthy — Pope and Gregory each hit four three-point goals.

JapanNile C. Kinnick 78, E.J. King 71 Friday at Yokosuka Naval BaseCobras 17 20 15 19 — 71Red Devils 19 20 16 23 — 78Scoring — Red Devils: James Mincey 30, Darryl Williams 22; Cobras: James Meacham 26, Cameron Reinhart 17, Jalen Nall 12. Rebounding — Red Devils: Marcellus Harris 8, Mincey 6, Corey Hollingsworth 5; Cobras: Nall 8, Meacham 7. Noteworthy — Reinhart hit five three-point goals, giving him 30 in five games. First loss for the Cobras in five games.Kinnick 75, Robert D. Edgren 41 Friday at Yokosuka Naval BaseEagles 10 12 12 7 — 41Red Devils 14 27 15 19 — 75Scoring — Red Devils: Hollingsworth 19, Williams 15, Mincey 10; Eagles: Nasir Salas 13.Matthew C. Perry 46, Yokota 37 Friday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniPanthers 8 11 9 9 — 37Samurai 5 16 13 12 — 46Scoring — Samurai: Shion Fleming 13, Joseph Andres 10; Panthers: David Carlson 13.St. Mary’s 64, Christian Academy Japan 62 Friday at TokyoTitans 23 7 13 21 — 64Knights 13 18 10 21 — 62Scoring — Titans: Aiden O’Flaherty 21, Ken Woo Lee 17, Keigo Hayashi 13; Knights: Koji Matsuoka 19, Ty Hall, Enosh Mutenda 14.Zama 73, Aoba 30 Thursday at TokyoTrojans 21 18 17 17 — 73Jaguars 5 8 8 9 — 30Scoring — Trojans: Bryce Davidson 15, Chandler Platt 14, Jomari Silang 12, Keshawn McNeill 12, Kalil Irby 10. Rebounding — Trojans: Michael Steger 6.

Girls South KoreaDaegu 35, Seoul Foreign 31 Friday at SeoulWarriors 6 12 11 6 — 35Crusaders 6 6 5 14 — 31Scoring — Warriors: Jya Van 18, Bethani Newbold 12; Crusaders: Alaina Smith 17. Rebounding — Warriors: Van 20; Crusaders: Edyn Mayo 11. Blocked shots — Warriors: Van 10.Humphreys 45, Yongsan 35 Friday at SeoulBlackhawks 5 8 4 28 — 45Guardians 5 8 9 13 — 35Scoring — Blackhawks: Jamaica Williams 17. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Madison Thomas 12, Williams 10. Steals — Blackhawks: Williams 7, Trinity Barretto 6.Seoul Foreign 38, Yongsan 34 Wednesday at SeoulGuardians 20 0 10 4 — 34Crusaders 18 0 8 12 — 38Scoring — Guardians: Rachael Ko 12; Crusaders: Smith 17. Rebounding — Guardians: Ko 11.

JapanKinnick 55, King 23 Friday at Yokosuka Naval BaseCobras 4 7 3 9 — 23Red Devils 15 9 14 17 — 55Scoring — Red Devils: Cassi Boyer 18, Maya Rogers 17; Cobras: Ellen May 9. Rebounding — Red Devils: Amyka Jones 10, Boyer 8, Rogers 6, Olivia Ouellette 5. Steals — Red Devils: Ouellette 7, Boyer 5.Kinnick 47, Edgren 21 Friday at Yokosuka Naval BaseEagles 6 7 3 5 — 21Red Devils 14 17 14 2 — 47Scoring — Red Devils: Madelyn Gallo 18, Makaila Joy Miranda 15; Eagles: Shakayla Ray 9. Rebounding — Red Devils: Gallo 18, Jones 8, Boyer 5, Ouellette 5, Rogers 5. Steals — Red Devils: Rogers 6, Gallo 5, Ouellette 5.Yokota 46, Matthew C. Perry 27 Friday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniPanthers 18 13 9 6—46Samurai 1 8 7 11—27Scoring — Panthers: Emily Taynton 12; Samurai: Jialee Asperer 13. Rebounding — Samurai: Madison Smith 10. Blocked shots — Samurai: Smith 5.American School In Japan 24, Seisen 14 Friday at TokyoPhoenix 0 2 4 8 — 14Mustangs 8 7 5 4 — 24Scoring — Mustangs: Pari Eaton 8.

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