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Matthew C. Perry's Hokulani Gleason tosses the ball past E.J. King's Aileen Fitzgerald during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls basketball game. The Cobras won 61-36.
Matthew C. Perry's Hokulani Gleason tosses the ball past E.J. King's Aileen Fitzgerald during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls basketball game. The Cobras won 61-36. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Matthew C. Perry's Hokulani Gleason tosses the ball past E.J. King's Aileen Fitzgerald during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls basketball game. The Cobras won 61-36.
Matthew C. Perry's Hokulani Gleason tosses the ball past E.J. King's Aileen Fitzgerald during Saturday's DODEA-Japan girls basketball game. The Cobras won 61-36. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Myles Johnson dribbles against Osan's Joseph Cornelius during Saturday's DODEA-Korea Cup boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won the game 72-52.
Humphreys' Myles Johnson dribbles against Osan's Joseph Cornelius during Saturday's DODEA-Korea Cup boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won the game 72-52. (JaKadric Thomas/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Rona Denuna dribbles past Osan's Tailan Hickey during Saturday's DODEA-Korea Cup Tournament girls basketball game. The Blackhawks won the game 50-17.
Humphreys' Rona Denuna dribbles past Osan's Tailan Hickey during Saturday's DODEA-Korea Cup Tournament girls basketball game. The Blackhawks won the game 50-17. (JaKadric Thomas/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Myles Johnson leaps for the ball against Daegu's Princeton Newbold during Saturday's DODEA-Korea Cup boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won the game 70-31.
Humphreys' Myles Johnson leaps for the ball against Daegu's Princeton Newbold during Saturday's DODEA-Korea Cup boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won the game 70-31. (Lily Austinson/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Darius Nicholson gets sandwiched by two Osan defenders during Saturday's boys basketball game in the DODEA-Korea Cup tournament. The Blackhawks won the game 72-52.
Humphreys' Darius Nicholson gets sandwiched by two Osan defenders during Saturday's boys basketball game in the DODEA-Korea Cup tournament. The Blackhawks won the game 72-52. (Lily Austinson/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Myles Johnson loses his balance underneath the basket while surrounded by Osan defenders during Saturday's DODEA-Korea Cup boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won the game 72-52.
Humphreys' Myles Johnson loses his balance underneath the basket while surrounded by Osan defenders during Saturday's DODEA-Korea Cup boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won the game 72-52. (Lily Austinson/Special to Stripes)

High school

Wrestling South KoreaSaturday at IncheonHumphreys 33, Osan 31 101 — Jeremy Cho, Humphreys, tech. Kelly Kenyon; 108 — Alex Toro, Humphreys, by walkover; 115 — Fallon Trajanowski, Humphreys, by walkover; 122 — DeShaun Adkins, Humphreys, tech. Sam Hendrickson; 129 — Zathian Soto, Osan, pin. Cristian Ji, 1:33; 135 — Nathan Morales, Osan, pin. Adison Gordon, 1:30; 141 — Toy Williams, Osan, pin. Leeroy Chiu, 2:28; 148 — Ramil Celones, Osan, pin. Philip Crouch, 4:40; 158 — Benicio Mariscal, Humphreys, pin. Isaac Ciochetto, 1:17; 168 — Marcus Inthavixay, Osan, pin. James Ahn, 3:40; 180 — Ikaika Mendoza, Humphreys, by walkover; 215 — Isaiah Owens, Humphreys, by walkover; Heavyweight — Myles Bradley, Osan, pin. Dontrell Powers, 1:53.Humphreys 63, Daegu 0 101 — Cho by walkover 108 — Toro by walkover; 115 — Trajanowski by walkover; 122 — Adkins by walkover; 129 — Ji pin. Jayvon Pryor, 1:50; 135 — Gordon by walkover; 141 — Chiu by walkover; 148 — Crouch tech. Anna Aguirre; 158 — Peter Teachout, Humphreys, tech. Albony Pryor; 168 — Ahn by walkover; 180 — Mendoza by walkover; 215 — Owens by walkover; Heavyweight — Powers by walkover.Osan 42, Daegu 2 101 — Kenyon by walkover; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Not contested; 122 — Hendrickson by walkover; 129 — Soto tech. J. Pryor; 135 — Morales by walkover; 141 — Williams by walkover; 148 — Celones tech. Aguirre; 158 — Ciochetto tech. A. Pryor; 168 — Inthavixay by walkover; 180 — Not contested; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Bradley by walkover.

JapanKanto Plain finals Saturday at TokyoSt. Mary’s 80, American School In Japan 76, Nile C. Kinnick 74, Yokota 47, Zama 31, Christian Academy Japan 14 101 — D.J. Hurtado, Kinnick, tech. Kaisei Smith, ASIJ, 10-0; Smith finished in third place. Championship: Hurtado tech. Shane, 12-2, 3:45.108 — Masaya Toyokawa, St. Mary’s, def. Cruzy Cruz, Zama, injury default; Bryce Clement, ASIJ, tech. Toyokawa, 12-2; Michael Lozano, Kinnick, pin. Parley Kartchner, Yokota, 1:20; Kartchner def. Cruz, injury default. Third: Toyokawa tech. Kartchner, 14-4. Championship: Clement pin. Lozano, 1:42.115 — Ikki Minamikawa, St. Mary’s, tech. Leon Miller, ASIJ, 11-0; Juan Smith, Kinnick, dec. Joe Frazier, CAJ, 22-18. Third: Frazier tech. Miller, 11-1. Championship: Smith pin. Minamikawa, 1:03.122 — Mark Sowell, Kinnick, dec. Wayne Ho, St. Mary’s, 11-10; Ira Kadet, ASIJ, tech. Peter Junker, CAJ, 10-0; Caleb Heino, Yokota, tech. Sowell, 11-0; Kaito Hayashi, Zama, dec. Kadet, 19-15; Junker tech. Sowell, 19-8; Kadet pin. Ho, :53. Third: Kadet pin. Junker, 1:56. Championship: Heino tech. Hayashi, 10-0.129 — Moises Caravajal, Zama, pin. Justice Rose, Kinnick, 3:47; Eiji Kasahara, St. Mary’s, tech. Caravajal, 13-0; Take Zoot, ASIJ, tech. Chris DeGrella, Yokota, 10-0; DeGrella pin. Rose, 2:40. Third: DeGrella tech. Caravajal, 18-8. Championship: Zoot pin. Kasahara, 4:36.135 — Caleb Jones, Yokota, pin. Amon Edberg, CAJ, :26; Jasjot Bedi, St. Mary’s, pin. Angel Fuentes, Zama, 1:56; Kai Hartman, ASIJ, pin. Jones, 5:19; Bedi pin. Kenerick McDanel, Kinnick, 2:02; Jones pin. Fuentes, 1:59; Edberg def. McDanel, injury default. Third: Jones pin. Edberg, 2:25. Championship: Bedi pin. Hartman, 3:30.141 — Ricky Lindemann, ASIJ, tech. Tai Van Dam, CAJ, 10-0; Hikaru Shimada, St. Mary’s, pin. Lindemann, :52; Josiah Millare, Kinnick, tech. Owen Taylor, Yokota, 10-0; Taylor tech. Van Dam, 12-0. Third: Taylor pin. Lindemann, 5:47. Championship: Shimada tech. Millare, 11-1, 3:00.148 — Eligh Cabe, Zama, pin. Luke Dobberfuhl, 4:17; Joey DeGrella, Yokota, dec. Cabe, 11-7; Jo Inoue, St. Mary’s, dec. Iain Moore, Kinnick, 11-6; Moore dec. Dobberfuhl, 8-5. Third: Moore dec. Cabe, 11-8. Championship: Inoue dec. DeGrella, 10-6.158 — Rin Zoot, ASIJ, pin. Bryce Mack, Zama, :19; Warren Koslow, St. Mary’s, dec. Ethan Hamilton, Kinnick, 3-1. Third: Hamilton pin. Mack, :58. Championship: Zoot tech. Koslow, 10-0, 1:24.168 — Shawn Dobberfuhl, ASIJ, pin. Milton Jones, Zama, 1:02; Alex Lovell, Kinnick, tech. Dobberfuhl, 14-4; Lev Titov, St. Mary’s, pin. Mak Togans, Yokota, 1:00; Togans pin. Jones, 1:21. Third: Togans dec. Dobberfuhl, 14-12. Championship: Lovell dec. Titov, 19-17.180 — Luke Robottom, St. Mary’s, tech. Josh Petty, Zama, 10-0; SungWon Kim, CAJ, tech. Kai Harbert, Yokota, 15-5; Robottom pin. Liam Kell, ASIJ, 2:05; Kaleb Leon Guerrero, Kinnick, dec. Kim, 11-10; Kell tech. Harbert, 11-0; Kim tech. Petty, 14-4. Third: Kell tech. Kim, 10-0. Championship: Leon Guerrero tech. Robottom, 12-1, 2:30.215 — Dani Rahman, ASIJ, tech. Riley Jones, Zama, 10-0; Lucas Watkins, Kinnick, tech. Jingu Kim, St. Mary’s, 12-2. Third: Jones dec. Kim, 16-15. Championship: Rahman pin. Watkins, 1:30.Heavyweight — Desmond Martin, Zama, pin. John Shipman, Kinnick, 2:59; Nick Sales, Yokota, pin. Nathaniel Dubois, ASIJ, 1:24. Third: Dubois pin. Shipman, 1:04. Championship: Martin pin. Sales, 4:34.

Basketball Boys South KoreaDODEA-Korea Cup Tournament Saturday at Osan Air BaseHumphreys 72, Osan 52Blackhawks 20 14 26 12 — 72Cougars 10 14 14 14 — 52Scoring — Blackhawks: Collin Metcalf 16, Junior Gregory 15, Myles Johnson 15, Connor Coyne 11; Cougars: Israel Rouse 14, Bryson Goldsmith 14, Gavin Lunn 10. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Metcalf 12, Gregory 10. Assists — Blackhawks: Johnson 7, Gregory 5. Steals — Blackhawks: Gregory 6.Humphreys 70, Daegu 31 Blackhawks 15 18 15 22 — 70Warriors 6 8 12 5 — 31Scoring — Blackhawks: Metcalf 18, Sean Cook 10; Warriors: Princeton Newbold 8, Ziadec Barjolo 8. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Metcalf 19. Assists — Blackhawks: Johnson 7, Gregory 5. Steals — Blackhawks: Gregory 7.Osan 68, Daegu 58 Warriors 20 19 11 18 — 68Cougars 11 19 12 16 — 58Scoring — Cougars: Goldsmith 17, Joseph Cornelius 14, Lunn 11; Warriors: Zach Tavuyango 15; Antwoine McCall 12, Barjolo 10.

Okinawa14th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament Saturday at Camp FosterPool A Kadena 59, Oroku A 47 Oroku A 7 8 13 19 — 47Panthers 15 17 18 9 — 59Scoring — Panthers: John Michael Hall 16.Kadena 85, Chinen 47 Panthers 33 12 21 20 — 85Chinen 13 11 10 13 — 47Scoring — Panthers: Hall 16, Blake Dearborn 12.Oroku A 66, Chinen 47Pool B Ginowan 67, Kubasaki 47 Dragons 12 9 11 15 — 47Ginowan 15 17 16 19 — 67Scoring — Dragons: Sebastian Stone 17.Kubasaki 79, Oroku B 73 Dragons 20 25 18 16 — 79Oroku B 26 15 19 13 — 73Scoring — Dragons: Kiyon Smith 18, Stone 18, Mason Taylor 14, Micah Moore 11. Rebounding — Dragons: Moore 7, Stone 6.Ginowan 60, Oroku B 45Sunday’s games Oroku A vs. Oroku B, 10:30 a.m. Chinen vs. Kubasaki, 10:30 a.m.Semifinals Kadena vs. Game 1 winner, 1:30 p.m. Ginowan vs. Game 2 winner, 1:30 p.m.Third Semifinal losers, 4:30 p.m.Championship Semifinal winners, 4:30 p.m.

JapanZama 67, Edgren 50 Saturday at Misawa Air BaseTrojans 21 15 11 20 — 67Eagles 9 17 11 13 — 50Scoring — Trojans: Terrence Ward 15, Kalil Irby 14, Chandler Platt 14, Keshawn McNeill 12; Eagles: Nasir Sales 15, Jaret Belario-Nakri 11. Noteworthy — Irby hit four three-point goals as Trojans swept the two-game weekend set. Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniKinnick 64, King 59 Red Devils 13 19 15 47 — 64Cobras 20 12 16 11 — 59Scoring — Red Devils: Corey Hollingsworth 18, James Mincey 16, Tijari Marshall 13; Cobras: Jalen Nall 22, L.J. Scarver 11, Cameron Reinhart 10. Noteworthy — Hollingsworth scored 12 second-quarter points and Mincey went 9-for-10 at the foul line.Perry 65, Noda Gakuin 16 Noda Gakuin 5 4 3 4 — 16Samurai 18 24 12 11 — 65Scoring — Samurai: Shion Fleming 26, Dylan Schuch 11, Justin Andres 11.

GuamFather Duenas 64, Guam High 44 Friday at Agana Heights Quarter splits not available. Scoring — Friars: Blaise Ada 17, Nathan Perkins-Fuesser 13; Panthers: Nicholas Keefe 15. Rebounding — Friars: Daryll Robles 6, Kyle Camacho 6; Panthers: Keefe 5, Tobias Eckles 5.

Girls South KoreaDODEA-Korea Cup Tournament Saturday at Osan Air BaseHumphreys 50, Osan 17 Blackhawks 12 25 9 4 — 50Cougars 5 4 4 4 — 17Daegu 27, Humphreys 24 Blackhawks 4 12 2 6 — 24Warriors 9 6 8 4 — 27Scoring — Warriors: Bethani Newbold 11. Rebounding — Warriors: Lexie Berry 10. Blocked shots — Warriors: Jya Van 12.Daegu 44, Osan 7 Warriors 18 17 9 0 — 44Cougars 0 3 4 0 — 7Scoring — Warriors: Newbold 15, Ariel Harvey 12, Jaela Sahegan 10. Assists — Warriors: Newbold 8. Blocked shots — Warriors: Van 12.

Okinawa14th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament Saturday at Camp FosterPool A Kadena 55, Ginowan 39 Panthers 17 2 19 17 — 55Ginowan 13 10 4 12 — 39Scoring — Panthers: Gracie Okubo 13, Kyleigh Wright 12, Shyrelle Riley 10, Alexis Boyer 10.Oroku 85, Kadena 35 Panthers 11 12 6 6 — 35Oroku 15 30 16 24 — 85Scoring — Panthers: Boyer 10.Ginowan 65, Oroku 62Pool B Itoman 76, Kubasaki 21 Dragons 4 3 6 8 — 21Itoman 23 21 9 20 — 73Scoring — Dragons: Brynn Murray 7. Rebounding — Dragons: Sophia Grubbs 15.Nago 60, Kubasaki 19 Dragons 6 5 4 4 — 19Nago 17 23 8 12 — 60Scoring — Dragons: Grubbs, Racquelle Kilian 6. Rebounding — Dragons: Kilian 15, Grubbs 12.Itoman 61, Nago 39Sunday’s games Ginowan vs. Kubasaki, 9 a.m. Kadena vs. Nago, 9 a.m.Semifinals Oroku vs. Game 1 winner, noon Itoman vs. Game 2 winner, noonThird Semifinal losers, 3 p.m.Championship Semifinal winners, 3 p.m.

JapanZama 76, Edgren 32 Saturday at Misawa Air BaseTrojans 15 15 21 25 — 76Eagles 4 11 9 8 — 32Scoring — Trojans: Chloe Sterling 29, Kirari Smith 23, Jessica Atkinson 15; Eagles: Taylor Best 8. Noteworthy — Sterling, Smith and Atkinson combined for 43 second-half points.King 61, Perry 36 Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniCobras 16 8 12 25 — 61Samurai 5 12 13 6 — 36Scoring — Cobras: Avanni Gardner 24, Ellen May 20, Peiadra Sutton 15; Samurai: Becca Noble 20, Jia Asprer 10. Noteworthy — Cobras went on a 21-4 fourth-quarter run. May had 12 fourth-quarter points, Gardner 10 in the third quarter and Sutton 10 in the first quarter.

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