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E.J. King's Sam Pesile and Matthew C. Perry's Asia Johnston tie up for the ball. The Samurai beat the Cobras 42-28 in the second game of the Sabres Invitational Girls Basketball Festival at Senri Osaka International School.

E.J. King's Sam Pesile and Matthew C. Perry's Asia Johnston tie up for the ball. The Samurai beat the Cobras 42-28 in the second game of the Sabres Invitational Girls Basketball Festival at Senri Osaka International School. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

E.J. King's Sam Pesile and Matthew C. Perry's Asia Johnston tie up for the ball. The Samurai beat the Cobras 42-28 in the second game of the Sabres Invitational Girls Basketball Festival at Senri Osaka International School.

E.J. King's Sam Pesile and Matthew C. Perry's Asia Johnston tie up for the ball. The Samurai beat the Cobras 42-28 in the second game of the Sabres Invitational Girls Basketball Festival at Senri Osaka International School. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Matthew C. Perry's Naomi Ziola tries to swat away a pass by E.J. King's Gabby Hidalgo. The Samurai beat the Cobras 42-28 in the second game of the Sabres Invitational Girls Basketball Festival at Senri Osaka International School.

Matthew C. Perry's Naomi Ziola tries to swat away a pass by E.J. King's Gabby Hidalgo. The Samurai beat the Cobras 42-28 in the second game of the Sabres Invitational Girls Basketball Festival at Senri Osaka International School. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

E.J. King's Gabby Hidalgo gets hemmed in by Matthew C. Perry defenders Devon Shuman and Naomi Ziola. The Samurai beat the Cobras 42-28 in the second game of the Sabres Invitational Girls Basketball Festival at Senri Osaka International School.

E.J. King's Gabby Hidalgo gets hemmed in by Matthew C. Perry defenders Devon Shuman and Naomi Ziola. The Samurai beat the Cobras 42-28 in the second game of the Sabres Invitational Girls Basketball Festival at Senri Osaka International School. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Seoul Foreign's David Pang shoots over Daegu's Shawn White. The Crusaders beat the Warriors 70-30 in the Korea Blue Division season opener.

Seoul Foreign's David Pang shoots over Daegu's Shawn White. The Crusaders beat the Warriors 70-30 in the Korea Blue Division season opener. (Laura Lee/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Michael Martinez drives to the basket between Seoul Foreign defenders Andreas Frame and Andrew Ha. The Crusaders beat the Warriors 70-30 in the Korea Blue Division season opener.

Daegu's Michael Martinez drives to the basket between Seoul Foreign defenders Andreas Frame and Andrew Ha. The Crusaders beat the Warriors 70-30 in the Korea Blue Division season opener. (Laura Lee/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Joone Abaya fires from the three-point line as Seoul Foreign coach Paul Rader watches in the background. The Crusaders beat the Warriors 70-30 in the Korea Blue Division season opener.

Daegu's Joone Abaya fires from the three-point line as Seoul Foreign coach Paul Rader watches in the background. The Crusaders beat the Warriors 70-30 in the Korea Blue Division season opener. (Jinna Yu/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's DeAndre Rosalie puts up a shot over Seoul Foreign's Caleb Jang. The Crusaders beat the Warriors 70-30 in the Korea Blue Division season opener.

Daegu's DeAndre Rosalie puts up a shot over Seoul Foreign's Caleb Jang. The Crusaders beat the Warriors 70-30 in the Korea Blue Division season opener. (Jinna Yu/Special to Stars and Stripes)

High school

Basketball Boys South KoreaHumphreys 54, Yongsan 29 Friday at SeoulHHS 12 15 12 15 — 54YIS-Seoul 4 8 8 9 — 29

Scoring — HHS: Nate Hellams 12, Deshun Cline 9. Rebounding — HHS: Malik Dampier 9, Jackson Taylor 9. Steals — HHS: Bashr Edmonds 8. Assists HHS: Edmonds 5. Blocked shots — HHS: Hellams 4.

Seoul American 56, Taejon Christian 30 Friday at DaejeonSAHS14 20 16 6 — 56TCIS 6 8 8 8 — 30Scoring — SAHS: DeAndre Medcalf 17, Jez Harper 13. Rebounding — SAHS: D. Metcalf 13, Quentin Metcalf 11.

Seoul Foreign 70, Daegu 30 Friday at Camp WalkerSFS 13 18 20 19 — 70Daegu 8 13 7 2 — 30Scoring —SFS: Daniel Bang 19, David Pang 10; Daegu: Joone Abaya 10.

JapanNile C. Kinnick 64, Robert D. Edgren 59 Friday at Yokosuka Naval BaseEdgren 16 18 12 13 — 59Kinnick19 9 19 17 — 64Scoring — Kinnick: Lavance Rolland 12, Jabari Johnson 12; Edgren: Kamius White 30.

American School In Japan 66, Yokota 58 Friday at Yokota Air BaseASIJ 13 17 20 16—66Yokota19 12 17 9—58Scoring — ASIJ: K. Wiley 23, W. Wood 22, I. McGuire 14; Yokota: Marcus Henagan 24, Hunter Cort 13, Jamarvin Harvey 10.

Falcons Invitational Boys Basketball Festival Friday at Canadian Academy, KobeE.J. King 62, Matthew C. Perry 41 EJK12 20 12 18 — 62MCP14 10 10 3 — 41Scoring — EJK: Gemmar Caasi 21, Dyson Robinson 17, Chris Hinman 11; MCP: Tyson Moore 18. Rebounding — MCP: Moore 9, S. Parks 7.

Perry 56, Canadian Academy 54 MCP 11 11 8 26 — 56CA 14 13 19 8 — 54Scoring — MCP: Moore 21, Vincent Ermitano 10. Rebounding — MCP: Moore 22, Garrett Macias 11, S. Parks 8. Noteworthy — Moore scored 19 of his 21 points in the fourth quarter to lead a Samurai rally.

Girls South KoreaSeoul Foreign 60, Daegu 0 Friday at Camp WalkerSFS 23 15 14 8 — 60Daegu 0 0 0 0 — 0Scoring — SFS: Mischa Kim 12, Sarah Ha 11. Noteworthy — Second regular-season game in league history which resulted in a shutout.

Yongsan 50, Humphreys 20 Friday at SeoulHHS 0 5 6 9 — 20YIS-Seoul11 8 11 20 — 50Scoring — YIS-Seoul: Soo Lee 14, Hana Ikeda 14.

Seoul American 37, Taejon Christian 29 Friday at DaejonSAHS13 5 7 12 — 37TCIS 4 9 9 7 — 29Scoring — SAHS: Shawntae Kidd 10, Krista Bradley 10; TCIS: Emme Warnken 20. Rebounding — TCIS: Mary Kim 9.

JapanZama 69, St. Maur 38 Friday at Camp ZamaSt. Maur8 14 6 10 — 38Zama 17 25 11 16 — 69Scoring — Zama: Ti’Ara Carroll 18, Ally Chiarenza 15, Destiny Thomas 13, Armelia Baldwin 12. Rebounding — Zama: Baldwin 5. Steals — Zama: Thomas 5. Assists — Zama: Chiarenza 5.

Kinnick 54, Edgren 40 Friday at Yokosuka Naval BaseEdgren 9 3 17 11 — 40Kinnick12 26 12 4 — 54Scoring — Kinnick: Kailee Rucker 15, Erika Alexander 13, Jan Rosario 12; Edgren: Karen Anaostas 13, Coko Magby 13. Rebounding — Kinnick: Rucker 12, Alexander 12.

Sabres Invitational Girls Basketball Festival Friday at Senri Osaka International SchoolPerry 45, Senri Osaka 33 MCP 11 12 11 11 — 45SOIS 9 8 6 10 — 33Scoring — MCP: Lebet Erhart 18, Naomi Ziola 16. Rebounding — MCP: Sakura Fleming 9, Erhart 5.

Perry 42, King 28 EJK 6 12 2 8 — 28MCP 13 8 6 15 — 42Scoring — MCP: Ziola 23; EJK: Sam Pesile 8. Rebounding — MCP: Erhart 5.

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