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Kadena's Jamario Harris dribbles against Zion Christian Academy's Zechariah Wilson during Tuesday's Okinawa Activities Council boys high school basketball season opener at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Kadena won 79-45.
Kadena's Jamario Harris dribbles against Zion Christian Academy's Zechariah Wilson during Tuesday's Okinawa Activities Council boys high school basketball season opener at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Kadena won 79-45. (Marie Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Jamario Harris dribbles against Zion Christian Academy's Zechariah Wilson during Tuesday's Okinawa Activities Council boys high school basketball season opener at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Kadena won 79-45.
Kadena's Jamario Harris dribbles against Zion Christian Academy's Zechariah Wilson during Tuesday's Okinawa Activities Council boys high school basketball season opener at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Kadena won 79-45. (Marie Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Preston Harris battles for the ball surrounded by Zion Christian Academy's Shion Wakita, Alex Weidanz and Zechariah Wilson during Tuesday's Okinawa Activities Council boys high school basketball season opener at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Kadena won 79-45.
Kadena's Preston Harris battles for the ball surrounded by Zion Christian Academy's Shion Wakita, Alex Weidanz and Zechariah Wilson during Tuesday's Okinawa Activities Council boys high school basketball season opener at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Kadena won 79-45. (Marie Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Boysie Gordon, right, goes up to block a shot by Zion Christian Academy's Justin Wilson during Tuesday's Okinawa Activities Council boys high school basketball season opener at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Kadena won 79-45.
Kadena's Boysie Gordon, right, goes up to block a shot by Zion Christian Academy's Justin Wilson during Tuesday's Okinawa Activities Council boys high school basketball season opener at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. Kadena won 79-45. (Marie Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Matt Ashley veers around Okinawa Christian International's Shawn Monroe during Tuesday's Okinawa Activities Council boys high school season opener at Camp Foster, Okinawa. Kubasaki won 78-46.
Kubasaki's Matt Ashley veers around Okinawa Christian International's Shawn Monroe during Tuesday's Okinawa Activities Council boys high school season opener at Camp Foster, Okinawa. Kubasaki won 78-46. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's DeQuan Alderman floats toward the basket past Okinawa Christian International defenders during Tuesday's Okinawa Activities Council boys high school season opener at Camp Foster, Okinawa. Kubasaki won 78-46.
Kubasaki's DeQuan Alderman floats toward the basket past Okinawa Christian International defenders during Tuesday's Okinawa Activities Council boys high school season opener at Camp Foster, Okinawa. Kubasaki won 78-46. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

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Basketball Boys OkinawaKubasaki 78, Okinawa Christian International 46 Tuesday at Camp FosterOCSI....... 11 14 5 16—46Kubasaki....... 19 18 24 17—78Scoring — Kubasaki: Matt Ashley 16, Tristan McElroy 14, Nick Ashley 12; OCSI: Shawn Monroe 21, Christian Morris 18. Rebounding — OCSI: Monroe 10, Morris 5.Kadena 79, Zion Christian Academy 45 Tuesday at Kadena Air BaseZCA ....... 8 10 20 7—45Kadena ....... 20 21 25 13—79Scoring — Kadena: Jamario Harris 20, Preston Harris 18; ZCA: Rejay Maruo 25. Rebounding — Kadena: P.Harris 18.

JapanYokota 50, St. Mary’s International 31 Tuesday at Yokota Air BaseSt. Mary’s....... 9 8 8 6—31Yokota....... 10 11 14 15—50Scoring — Yokota: Ke’Ondre Davis 12, Jaden Anderson 11, J.J. Henderson 10; St. Mary’s: Andrew Jones 16.Christian Academy Japan 51, Zama American 42 Tuesday at TokyoZama....... 15 8 13 6—42CAJ ....... 6 18 11 16—51Scoring — CAJ: Joshua Turner 16, Si Young Chung 15; Zama: Joseph Atkinson 12, Raymond Bestor 11.Nile C. Kinnick 51, St. Maur International 32 Tuesday at YokohamaKinnick....... 4 14 11 22—51St. Maur....... 9 3 10 10—32Scoring — Kinnick: Casuan Caudle 25, Dymond Simmons 10.

Girls JapanSeisen International 47, Zama American 39 Tuesday at TokyoZama ....... 9 13 9 8—30Seisen ....... 14 16 6 11—47Scoring — Seisen: Tina Varkevisser 11. Rebounding — Seisen: Varkevisser 9, Nikita Endo 6. Steals — Seisen: Nikita Endo 6, Lisa Kwak 5.International School of the Sacred Heart 33, Yokota 27 Tuesday at TokyoHalftime — Yokota 18, ISSH 14. Scoring — Yokota: Sarah Claypool 10. Assists — Yokota: Claypool 10, Sarah Cronin 5.

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