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Kinnick's Amyka Jones looks to pass against Seisen defenders Lisa Purcell and Momone Ishibashi during Thursday's Kanto Plain girls basketball game. The Red Devils won 44-35 in overtime.
Kinnick's Amyka Jones looks to pass against Seisen defenders Lisa Purcell and Momone Ishibashi during Thursday's Kanto Plain girls basketball game. The Red Devils won 44-35 in overtime. (Lynelle Adepoju/Special to Stripes)
Kinnick's Amyka Jones looks to pass against Seisen defenders Lisa Purcell and Momone Ishibashi during Thursday's Kanto Plain girls basketball game. The Red Devils won 44-35 in overtime.
Kinnick's Amyka Jones looks to pass against Seisen defenders Lisa Purcell and Momone Ishibashi during Thursday's Kanto Plain girls basketball game. The Red Devils won 44-35 in overtime. (Lynelle Adepoju/Special to Stripes)
Kinnick's Ernestina Roberts drives past Seisen's Marin Sakata during Thursday's Kanto Plain girls basketball game. The Red Devils won 44-35 in overtime.
Kinnick's Ernestina Roberts drives past Seisen's Marin Sakata during Thursday's Kanto Plain girls basketball game. The Red Devils won 44-35 in overtime. (Lynelle Adepoju/Special to Stripes)
Kinnick's Madelyn Gallo puts up a shot over Seisen's Lisa Purcell during Thursday's Kanto Plain girls basketball game. The Red Devils won in overtime 44-35.
Kinnick's Madelyn Gallo puts up a shot over Seisen's Lisa Purcell during Thursday's Kanto Plain girls basketball game. The Red Devils won in overtime 44-35. (Lynelle Adepoju/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Myles Johnson goes up for a shot between Seoul Foreign defenders during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 79-57.
Humphreys' Myles Johnson goes up for a shot between Seoul Foreign defenders during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 79-57. (Kristen Brown/Special to Stripes)
Osan's Israel Rouse blocks a shot by Yongsan's Ulus Jones during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Guardians won 61-16.
Osan's Israel Rouse blocks a shot by Yongsan's Ulus Jones during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Guardians won 61-16. (Jessica McCollum/Special to Stripes)
Osan's Ryan Klapmeyer and Israel Rouse battle Yongsan's Nathan Hong for a rebound during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Guardians won 61-16.
Osan's Ryan Klapmeyer and Israel Rouse battle Yongsan's Nathan Hong for a rebound during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Guardians won 61-16. (Jessica McCollum/Special to Stripes)
Osan's Katelyn Edmunds battles Yongsan's Sophia Lee for the ball during Wednesday's Korea Blue girls basketball game. The Guardians won 50-33.
Osan's Katelyn Edmunds battles Yongsan's Sophia Lee for the ball during Wednesday's Korea Blue girls basketball game. The Guardians won 50-33. (Jessica McCollum/Special to Stripes)
Gimme that ball! Yongsan's Isabelle Park and Osan's Dawn Kerlin battle for the ball during Wednesday's Korea Blue basketball game. The Guardians won 50-33.
Gimme that ball! Yongsan's Isabelle Park and Osan's Dawn Kerlin battle for the ball during Wednesday's Korea Blue basketball game. The Guardians won 50-33. (Jessica McCollum/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Connor Coyne and Junior Gregory go up for the ball against Seoul Foreign's Ethan Lee. The Blackhawks won 79-57.
Humphreys' Connor Coyne and Junior Gregory go up for the ball against Seoul Foreign's Ethan Lee. The Blackhawks won 79-57. (Lily Austinson/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Jaylynn Knight goes up for a shot against Stella Nas and Mya Rolison of Seoul Foreign. The Blackhawks won 53-28. Knight and Rolison played together last season at Seoul American, now closed.
Humphreys' Jaylynn Knight goes up for a shot against Stella Nas and Mya Rolison of Seoul Foreign. The Blackhawks won 53-28. Knight and Rolison played together last season at Seoul American, now closed. (Lily Austinson/Special to Stripes)

High school

Wrestling JapanAmerican School In Japan 54, Yokota 9 Wednesday at Tokyo101 — Kaisei Smith, ASIJ, by walkover; 108 — Bryce Clement, ASIJ, pin. Parley Kartchner; 115 — Leon Miller, ASIJ, pin. Jerome Estrada; 122 — Caleb Heino, Yokota, tech. Katsumi Tokunaka; 129 — Take Zoot, ASIJ, by walkover; 135 — Kai Hartman, ASIJ, pin. Chris DeGrella; 141 — Ricky Lindemann, ASIJ, pin. Caleb Jones; 148 — Karson Kanekoa, ASIJ, pin. Owen Taylor; 158 — Rin Zoot, ASIJ, tech. Liam O’Grady; 168 — Shawn Dobberfuhl, ASIJ, pin. Kai Harbert; 180 — Liam Kell, ASIJ, by walkover; 215 — Dani Rahman, ASIJ, pin. Angelo DeFazio; Heavyweight — Isaiah Jackson, Yokota, by walkover.

Basketball Boys South KoreaHumphreys 79, Seoul Foreign 57 Wednesday at Camp HumphreysCrusaders 20 11 14 12 — 57Blackhawks 20 16 16 27 — 79Scoring — Blackhawks: Collin Metcalf 23, Connor Coyne 17, Junior Gregory 16. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Metcalf 20, Coyne 10, Gregory 10. Assists — Blackhawks: Coyne 10, Gregory 10, Devyn Lewis 5. Steals — Blackhawks: Gregory 5. Blocked shots — Blackhawks: Metcalf 4. Noteworthy — 36th straight victory for the Blackhawks dating back to the 2018 combined Far East tournament.Yongsan 61, Osan 16 Wednesday at Osan Air BaseGuardians 12 21 18 10 — 61Cougars 7 0 3 6 — 16Taejon Christian 58, Daegu 46 Wednesday at Camp WalkerDragons 15 14 14 15--58Warriors 14 12 8 12 — 46Scoring — Dragons: Jeremy Shin 18, Jonathan Kim 11; Warriors: Andrue McCall 17, Princeton Newbold 13. Rebounding — Warriors: Newbold 7.

JapanNile C. Kinnick 98, Aoba-Japan 24 Thursday at TokyoHalftime — Red Devils 52, Jaguars 9; quarter splits not available. Scoring — Red Devils: Darryl Williams 18, Corey Hollingsworth 17, Tajari Marshall 12, Sean Williams 12.ASIJ 53, Yokota 33 Wednesday at TokyoPanthers 10 12 3 8 — 33Mustangs 11 12 15 15 — 53Scoring — Mustangs: Hugh McGuire 11, Tyler Schiff 10; Panthers: David Carlson 15.St. Mary’s 83, St. Maur 47 Wednesday at TokyoCougars 16 6 15 10 — 47Titans 16 24 26 17 — 83Scoring — Titans: K. Lee 14, A. Jones 11, R. Igwe 10.

Girls South KoreaHumphreys 53, Seoul Foreign 28 Wednesday at Camp HumphreysCrusaders 5 6 10 7 — 28Blackhawks 8 15 16 14 — 53Scoring — Blackhawks: Jaylynn Knight 18, Melissa Pritchett 12. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Pritchett 9. Assists — Blackhawks: Jamaica Williams 6. Steals — Blackhawks: Knight 6.Yongsan 50, Osan 33 Wednesday at Osan Air BaseGuardians 12 15 17 6 — 50Cougars 5 8 6 14 — 33Scoring — Cougars: Tailan Hickey 13. Rebounding — Cougars: Hickey 6. Noteworthy — Guardians’ 1-3-1 defense was the game’s decisive element.Daegu 58, Taejon Christian 25 Wednesday at Camp WalkerDragons 0 9 8 8 — 25Warriors 15 16 12 15 — 58Scoring — Warriors: Ariel Harvey 21, Bethani Newbold 18, Jya Van 10. Rebounding — Warriors: Van 12. Blocked shots — Warriors: Van 6. Steals — Warriors: Kayla Green 8.

GuamGeorge Washington 44, Guam High 30 Tuesday at MangilaoPanthers 2 11 9 8 — 30Geckos 5 14 9 16 — 44Scoring — Panthers: Alexis Blyth 14, Kirsten Santos 11. Rebounding — Panthers: Blyth 12.

JapanYokota 31, Seisen 22 Tuesday at TokyoPanthers 0 11 11 9 — 31Phoenix 0 6 8 8 — 22Scoring — Panthers: Emily Taynton 14; Phoenix: Lisa Purcell 6, Lauren Woody 6. Rebounding — Phoenix: Purcell 13, Momone Ishibashi 8, Yuyu Chou 5.

JapanASIJ 37, Sacred Heart 23 Thursday at TokyoSymbas 5 6 6 6 — 23Mustangs 11 6 11 9 — 37Kinnick 44, Seisen 35, OT Thursday at Yokosuka Naval BasePhoenix 8 6 10 5 6 — 35Red Devils 7 4 8 10 15 — 44Scoring — Red Devils: Ernestina Roberts 15, Amyka Jones 10; Phoenix: Sarah Atanacio 10. Rebounding — Red Devils: Madelyn Gallo 10, Jones 7, Roberts 5; Phoenix: Lisa Purcell 10, Atanacio 7, Lauren Woody 5, Momone Ishibashi 5. Steals — Phoenix: Lina Saechout 8.

Soccer Boys GuamGuam High 3, George Washington 1 Tuesday at MangilaoHalftime — 2-1. Goals — Panthers: Blaise Alig, Christian San Nicolas, Benjamin Shannon; Geckos: Neill Franquez. Assists — Panthers; Kathin Santos; Geckos: Ezekiel Babauta.

Baseball GuamGeorge Washington 21, Guam High 0 Wednesday at Mangilao No details available.

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