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Nile C. Kinnick's Dallas Carter shoots against American School In Japan's Grace Wallrapp during Wednesday's girls basketball game, won by the visiting Mustangs 46-36. It was just the third loss in 20 games for the host Red Devils - two came to the Mustangs.

Nile C. Kinnick's Dallas Carter shoots against American School In Japan's Grace Wallrapp during Wednesday's girls basketball game, won by the visiting Mustangs 46-36. It was just the third loss in 20 games for the host Red Devils - two came to the Mustangs. (Shane Hernandez/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Nile C. Kinnick's Dallas Carter shoots against American School In Japan's Grace Wallrapp during Wednesday's girls basketball game, won by the visiting Mustangs 46-36. It was just the third loss in 20 games for the host Red Devils - two came to the Mustangs.

Nile C. Kinnick's Dallas Carter shoots against American School In Japan's Grace Wallrapp during Wednesday's girls basketball game, won by the visiting Mustangs 46-36. It was just the third loss in 20 games for the host Red Devils - two came to the Mustangs. (Shane Hernandez/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Guam High's Juan King Jr. looks for operating room against the George Washington defense during Tuesday's boys basketball game, won by the visiting Panthers 71-52. Guam High is 5-1 on the season, 1 1/2 games behind St. Paul Christian at 7-0.

Guam High's Juan King Jr. looks for operating room against the George Washington defense during Tuesday's boys basketball game, won by the visiting Panthers 71-52. Guam High is 5-1 on the season, 1 1/2 games behind St. Paul Christian at 7-0. (Emma Sheedy/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Zama's Rafael Labrador goes up for a layup against St. Mary's during Wednesday's boys basketball game, won by the host Titans 53-42.

Zama's Rafael Labrador goes up for a layup against St. Mary's during Wednesday's boys basketball game, won by the host Titans 53-42. (Theresa Ames/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Zama's Ziaire Johnson dribbles against St. Mary's during Wednesday's boys basketball game, won by the host Titans 53-42.

Zama's Ziaire Johnson dribbles against St. Mary's during Wednesday's boys basketball game, won by the host Titans 53-42. (Theresa Ames/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Zama's Cameron Waters-Daniels comes down with the ball between teammates and St. Mary's players during Wednesday's boys basketball game, won by the host Titans 53-42.

Zama's Cameron Waters-Daniels comes down with the ball between teammates and St. Mary's players during Wednesday's boys basketball game, won by the host Titans 53-42. (Theresa Ames/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Wrestling JapanSt. Mary’s 47, Christian Academy Japan 8 Tuesday at Tokyo101 — Eshan Singhi, Titans, tech. Joe Frazier; 108 — Harold Mancia, Titans, by walkover; 115 — Tatsuhito Matsumoto, Titans, dec. Jordan Van Druff; 122 — Rio Lemkuil, Titans, tech. Michael Yoshino; 129 — Tatsuo Tanaka, Titans, by walkover; 135 — Chang Young Lee, Titans, tech. Yeol Ryoo; 141 — Ryo Osawa, Titans, tech. Noah Okada; 148 — Jihoon Seo, Titans, pin. Willem Van Dam; 158 — Callum Marshall, Knights; pin. Austin Koslow; 168 — JinHwi Park, Titans, dec. Mitchell Krcelic; 180 — Alex Patton, Titans, dec. Lawrence Yamaguchi; 215 — Jihyuk Wei, Titans, by walkover; Heavyweight — Shane Koslow, Titans, by walkover.

Basketball Boys South KoreaYongsan 53, Seoul Foreign 52 Wednesday at SeoulCrusaders 7 19 19 7 — 52Guardians 17 8 13 15 — 53Scoring — Guardians: Corban Remsburg 11, Joshua Kim 11, Nathan Moyer 10, David Kim 10; Crusaders: Paul Yoon 21, Caleb Jang 10.

GuamGuam High 71, George Washington 52 Tuesday at MangilaoPanthers 16 19 9 27 — 71Geckos 11 8 16 17 — 52Scoring — Panthers: Juan King Jr. 46. Rebounding — Panthers: Khalid Volious 13, D.J. Williams 11, Robert Kranz 9, King 8. Blocked shots — Panthers: Williams 3. Noteworthy — King’s point total was a season-high in the northwest Pacific this season.

JapanYokota 73, American School In Japan 59 Tuesday at TokyoPanthers 17 12 23 21 — 73Mustangs 15 17 12 15 — 59Scoring — Panthers: Hunter Cort 26, Renyck Robertson 17, Riley DeMarco 13, Kishaun Kimble-Brooks 10; Mustangs: Koki Wiley 27, Fayaz Majid 12, Ray Shino 12. Rebounding — Panthers: Robertson 11, Cort 11, Kimble-Brooks 6; Mustangs: Majid 11, Wiley 10. Noteworthy — Cort scored 20 of his 26 points in the second half. Wiley hit six three-point goals and Majid 4.

St. Mary’s 53, Zama 42 Wednesday at TokyoTrojans 10 8 12 12—42Titans 15 11 14 13—53Scoring — Titans: Ken Asai 20, Thomas Wood 18; Trojans: Ziaire Johnson 12.

Girls JapanASIJ 46, Nile C. Kinnick 36 Wednesday at Yokosuka Naval BaseMustangs 14 6 9 17 — 46Red Devils 7 11 10 8 — 36Scoring — Mustangs: Aqua Wood 14, Erin Chang 14, Grace Wallrapp 10; Red Devils: Venus Hill 18. Rebounding — Mustangs: Wallrapp 17, Wood 7; Red Devils: Kailee Rucker 6, Dallas Carter 6. Assists — Red Devils: Rucker 5. Noteworthy — Season series between the teams now level at 2-2. Red Devils still possess best record in Japan at 17-3.Yokota 59, Sacred Heart 20 Tuesday at TokyoPanthers 10 16 17 16 — 59Symbas 6 6 4 4 — 20Scoring — Panthers: Britney Bailey 24, Jamia Bailey 16, Irene Diaz 10. Rebounding — Panthers: Diaz 12, B.Bailey 10, Sally Lambie 10. Assists — Panthers: J.Bailey 6. Steals — Panthers: J.Bailey 8.Seisen 44, Sacred Heart 30 Monday at TokyoPhoenix 15 8 10 11 — 44Symbas 8 9 10 3 — 30Scoring — Phoenix: Amanda Wood 21; Symbas: Annabelle Hill 8. Rebounding — Phoenix: Wood 11, Misa Cunhs 6, Anna Duley 5, Anna McKellen 5.

KoreaSeoul Foreign 42, Yongsan 24 Wednesday at SeoulCrusaders 9 10 12 11—42Guardians 3 6 4 11—24Scoring — Crusaders: Mischa Kim 19, Gia Kang 12. Rebounding — Crusaders: Kang 7, Angela Kim 5.

Tennis GuamTuesday at Upper TumonBoys John F. Kennedy 31, Guam 10 Singles Richie Park, JFK, def. John Ebler 8-1; Joshua Bamba, GHS, def. Stephen Ramirez 8-7.Doubles Al Labang and David Gugin, JFK, by walkover; Mark Justin Fontanilla and Won Tae Ro, JFK, def. Thomas Haas and Keegan Del Castillo 8-1.Girls John F. Kennedy 31, Guam 10 Singles Alexis Brown, GHS, def. Megan Babauta 8-7; Elaine Cases, JFK, by walkover.Doubles Bona Choi and Princess Macatuno, JFK, def. Kennie McDonald and Kerrigan Crawford 8-0; N. Nicole Frio and Julie Quibuyen, JFK, def. NJ Santos and Johanna Palma 8-2.


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