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E.J. King's Dyson Robinson and Matthew C. Perry's Jon Armijo battle for the ball during Friday's DODEA-Japan tournament semifinal. The Cobras won 63-36 and face Nile C. Kinnick for the title on Saturday.

E.J. King's Dyson Robinson and Matthew C. Perry's Jon Armijo battle for the ball during Friday's DODEA-Japan tournament semifinal. The Cobras won 63-36 and face Nile C. Kinnick for the title on Saturday. (Jack Higbee/Special to Stars and Stripes)

E.J. King's Dyson Robinson and Matthew C. Perry's Jon Armijo battle for the ball during Friday's DODEA-Japan tournament semifinal. The Cobras won 63-36 and face Nile C. Kinnick for the title on Saturday.

E.J. King's Dyson Robinson and Matthew C. Perry's Jon Armijo battle for the ball during Friday's DODEA-Japan tournament semifinal. The Cobras won 63-36 and face Nile C. Kinnick for the title on Saturday. (Jack Higbee/Special to Stars and Stripes)

E.J. King's Devin Robinson puts up a shot between Matthew C. Perry's Garrett Macias and Jon Armijo during Friday's DODEA-Japan tournament semifinal. The Cobras won 63-36 and face Nile C. Kinnick for the title on Saturday.

E.J. King's Devin Robinson puts up a shot between Matthew C. Perry's Garrett Macias and Jon Armijo during Friday's DODEA-Japan tournament semifinal. The Cobras won 63-36 and face Nile C. Kinnick for the title on Saturday. (Jack Higbee/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Robert D. Edgren's Coko Magby shoots past Zama's Faith Bryant during Friday's DODEA-Japan tournament semifinal. The Eagles won 46-22 and face Yokota for the title on Saturday.

Robert D. Edgren's Coko Magby shoots past Zama's Faith Bryant during Friday's DODEA-Japan tournament semifinal. The Eagles won 46-22 and face Yokota for the title on Saturday. (Jack Higbee/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Robert D. Edgren's Karen Anastos puts up a shot over Zama's Tasia Nelson during Friday's DODEA-Japan tournament semifinal. The Eagles won 46-22 and face Yokota for the title on Saturday.

Robert D. Edgren's Karen Anastos puts up a shot over Zama's Tasia Nelson during Friday's DODEA-Japan tournament semifinal. The Eagles won 46-22 and face Yokota for the title on Saturday. (Jack Higbee/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Guam High's Robert Kranz drives upcourt against Simon Sanchez's defense during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the host Sharks 51-49.

Guam High's Robert Kranz drives upcourt against Simon Sanchez's defense during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the host Sharks 51-49. (Emma Sheedy/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Seoul American's DeAndre Metcalf goes up for a shot over Seoul Foreign's defense during Friday's Korea Blue tournament semifinal. The Falcons won 83-50 and face Humphreys in Saturday's championship for the second straight year.

Seoul American's DeAndre Metcalf goes up for a shot over Seoul Foreign's defense during Friday's Korea Blue tournament semifinal. The Falcons won 83-50 and face Humphreys in Saturday's championship for the second straight year. (Claire Ancheta/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Seoul American's DeAndre Metcalf goes up for a shot over Seoul Foreign's defense during Friday's Korea Blue tournament semifinal. The Falcons won 83-50 and face Humphreys in Saturday's championship for the second straight year.

Seoul American's DeAndre Metcalf goes up for a shot over Seoul Foreign's defense during Friday's Korea Blue tournament semifinal. The Falcons won 83-50 and face Humphreys in Saturday's championship for the second straight year. (Claire Ancheta/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Seoul American freshman Caleb Lee dribbles against Seoul Foreign's Paul Yoon during Friday's Korea Blue tournament semifinal. The Falcons won 83-50 and face Humphreys in Saturday's championship for the second straight year.

Seoul American freshman Caleb Lee dribbles against Seoul Foreign's Paul Yoon during Friday's Korea Blue tournament semifinal. The Falcons won 83-50 and face Humphreys in Saturday's championship for the second straight year. (Claire Ancheta/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Humphreys' Jackson Taylor skies over three Yongsan International players for a rebound during Friday's Korea Blue tournament semifinal. The Blackhawks won 77-47 and face Seoul American in Saturday's final for the second straight season.

Humphreys' Jackson Taylor skies over three Yongsan International players for a rebound during Friday's Korea Blue tournament semifinal. The Blackhawks won 77-47 and face Seoul American in Saturday's final for the second straight season. (Claire Ancheta/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Humphreys' Brice Bulotovich towers over Yongsan International players going for a rebound during Friday's Korea Blue tournament semifinal. The Blackhawks won 77-47 and face Seoul American in Saturday's final for the second straight season.

Humphreys' Brice Bulotovich towers over Yongsan International players going for a rebound during Friday's Korea Blue tournament semifinal. The Blackhawks won 77-47 and face Seoul American in Saturday's final for the second straight season. (Claire Ancheta/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Basketball Boys South KoreaKorean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division Tournament Friday at SeoulYongsan International 64, Taejon Christian 56 Guardians 17 16 10 21—64Dragons 14 13 10 19—56Scoring — Guardians: Corban Remsburg 15, Nathan Moyer 15, Joshua Swanson 12; Dragons: Richard Redfern 26, Sean Kim 14.Seoul Foreign 65, Daegu 54 Crusaders 18 18 12 17 — 65Warriors 12 9 20 13 — 54Scoring — Crusaders: Daniel Bang 21, Caleb Jang 14, Jackie Bharwaney 11, Nick Larsen 10; Warriors: Michael Martinez 19, Keith Williams 16, Kevin Williams 10.Seoul American 75, Osan 49Falcons 13 13 28 21 — 75Cougars 12 14 13 10 — 49Scoring — Falcons: Quintin Metcalf 31, DeAndre Metcalf 23; Cougars: Justin Maglalang 20, Cameron Jones 16. Rebounding — Falcons: Q. Metcalf 13, D. Metcalf 12; Cougars: Darius Dawson 8. Assists — Falcons: Josh Nix 7, Steals — Falcons: Nix 5. Blocked shots — Falcons: Q. Metcalf 3.Semifinals Humphreys 77, Yongsan 47 Blackhawks 17 11 23 26 — 77Guardians 19 9 8 11 — 47Scoring — Blackhawks: Tyrell Alexander 23, Nate Hellams 21, Jalen Hill 18; Guardians: Remsburg 20, Taeho Kim 13. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Jackson Taylor 11, Hellams 10, Brice Bulotovich 7, Alexander 5. Assists — Blackhawks: Da’Shun Cline 10, Bulotovich 5.Seoul American 83, Seoul Foreign 50 Crusaders 14 7 12 17 — 50Falcons 11 26 29 17 — 83Scoring — Falcons: D. Metcalf 24, Nix 22, Q. Metcalf 17. Rebounding — Falcons: Q. Metcalf 11, Sam Broach 7, D. Metcalf 6. Assists — Falcons: Nix 7, Donavan Scott 7. Steals — Falcons: D. Metcalf 8. Blocked shots — Falcons: Q. Metcalf 6.Saturday’s games Daegu vs. Osan, 9:30 a.m., loser takes seventh placeThird Yongsan vs. Seoul Foreign, 11 a.m.Fifth Taejon Christian vs. Daegu-Osan winner, 12:30 p.m.Championship Humphreys vs. Seoul American, 3 p.m.

OkinawaKubasaki 92, Okinawa Christian 60 Friday at Camp FosterLions 19 10 20 11 — 60Dragons 26 27 20 19 — 92Scoring — Dragons: Elonzo Higginson III 24, Dylan Canlas 12, Jhean Natividad 11, Damian Dorval 10. Rebounding — Dragons: Ilijah Washington 7, Bobby Riegert 7, Higginson 5, Jonathan Baker 5. Steals — Dragons: Canlas 10.

GuamSimon Sanchez 51, Guam High 49 Friday at YigoPanthers 9 16 14 10 — 49Sharks 7 11 19 14 — 51Scoring — Panthers: Juan Kim Jr. 22, Robert Krans 11. Rebounding — Panthers: Khalid Volious 15, Kranz 8, King 5. Blocked shots — Panthers: Volious 4, Kranz 3.

JapanDODEA-Japan Tournament Friday at Yokota Air BaseSingle-elimination playoffs Nile C. Kinnick 74, Robert D. Edgren 41 Red Devils 17 23 10 24 — 74Eagles 13 5 9 14 — 41Scoring — Red Devils: Davion Roberts 24, Jacob Germany 14, Rashad Rapada 12; Eagles: Jun Doria 19. Rebounding — Eagles: Christian Enyeart 18.Matthew C. Perry 86, Zama 81, 2 OT Samurai 25 9 16 16 6 14 — 86Trojans 13 17 11 19 6 9 — 81Scoring — Samurai: Sidney Parks 34, Garrett Macias 31; Trojans: Jerimiah Stewart 24, Cameron Waters-Daniels 15, Ziaire Johnson 12. Noteworthy — Samurai led 15-0 at the start. Stewart’s driving layup tied it and sent it to overtime at the buzzer ending regulation time. A total of 63 fouls were called and six players fouled out, yet each team finished with five players on the floor.Semifinals Kinnick 57, Yokota 56 Red Devils 11 2 21 23 — 57Panthers 7 21 12 16 — 56Scoring — Red Devils: Germany 19, Gage Henderson 16, Roberts 11; Panthers: Hunter Cort 34, Kory Sterling 11. Noteworthy — Just second loss of the season for the Panthers. First win in four tries against Yokota for the Red Devils this season. Red Devils trailed by 18 in the third quarter but rallied. Germany’s driving layup with 17.6 seconds left won it.E.J. King 63, Perry 36 Samurai 11 3 6 16 — 36Cobras 16 17 17 13 — 63Scoring — Cobras: Dyson Robinson 26, Devin Robinson 13, Seth Hudson 11; Samurai: Macias 16.Saturday’s gamesFifth Zama vs. Edgren, 9:30 a.m.Third Yokota vs. Perry, 12:30 p.m.Championship Kinnick vs. King, 3:30 p.m.

Girls South KoreaKorean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division Tournament Friday at Yongsan GarrisonTaejon Christian 21, Yongsan 15 Guardians 4 3 7 1 — 15Dragons 8 2 8 3 — 21Scoring — Dragons: Eunkyo So 7; Guardians: Soo Lee 9.Osan 39, Humphreys 9 Blackhawks 0 0 7 2 — 9Cougars 18 16 0 5 — 39Scoring — Cougars: Elizabeth White 8, Jana Rafi 8.Seoul Foreign 41, Daegu 11 Crusaders 11 13 7 10 — 41Warriors 0 0 11 0 — 11Scoring — Crusaders: Gia Kang 17, Mischa Kim 11; Warriors: Mylisse Spurgon 11.Semifinals Seoul American 46, Taejon Christian 19 Falcons 10 18 10 8 — 46Dragons 0 3 6 10 — 19Scoring — Falcons: Krista Bradley 15; Dragons: Mary Kim 6. Rebounding — Falcons: Monica Revere 7, Jayla Crawford 7, Bradley 5.Seoul Foreign 54, Osan 23 Crusaders 13 19 9 13 — 54Cougars 8 7 5 3 — 23Scoring — Crusaders: Kang 28, Tabatha Kim 10; Cougars: Christina Hoff 10.Saturday’s games Humphreys vs. Daegu, 9 a.m., loser takes seventh placeThird Taejon Christian vs. Osan, 10:30 a.m.Fifth Yongsan vs. Humphreys-Daegu winner, noonChampionship Seoul American vs. Seoul Foreign, 2:30 p.m.

OkinawaKubasaki 63, Okinawa Christian 35 Friday at Camp FosterLions 5 5 17 8 — 35Dragons 12 18 11 22 — 63Scoring — Dragons: Chloe’ Stevens 28, Ceara King 10.

JapanDODEA-Japan Tournament Friday at Yokota Air BaseSingle-elimination playoffs Zama 42, Perry 26 Samurai 2 11 8 5 — 26Trojans 4 11 12 15 — 42Scoring — Trojans: Tasia Nelson 20; Samurai: Lebet Erhart 6, Devon Shuman 6, Sakura Fleming 6.Yokota 44, King 19 Panthers 11 12 17 4 — 44Cobras 2 5 3 9 — 19Scoring — Panthers: Jamia Bailey 14, Britney Bailey 14; Cobras: Gabi Shultz 5.Semifinals Edgren 46, Zama 22 Trojans 10 2 7 3 — 22Eagles 12 10 8 16 — 46Scoring — Eagles: Coko Magby 18, Aaliyah Scott 12; Trojans: Jazmine Diwa 9.Yokota 46, Kinnick 40 Red Devils 10 13 8 9 — 40Panthers 15 5 8 16 — 45Scoring — Panthers: B. Bailey 16, J. Bailey 15; Red Devils: Venus Hill 20, Dallas Carter 13. Noteworthy — Panthers rallied from nine points down in the third quarter for their first win in four tries against the Red Devils. Carter’s points came in the first half.Saturday’s games Fifth Perry vs. King, 8 a.m.Third Kinnick vs. Zama, 11 a.m.Championship Yokota vs. Edgren, 2 p.m.Seisen 34, Christian Academy Japan 17 Thursday at TokyoKnights 1 6 4 6 — 17Phoenix 6 14 4 10 — 34Scoring — Phoenix: Amanda Wood 8. Steals — Phoenix: Julia Remington 6. Rebounding — Phoenix: Wood 6, Shima Langen 6, Remington 5.

Tennis GuamThursday at TamuningBoys Father Duenas 32, Guam High 6 Singles Camden Camacho def. Sidney Gadsden 8-6; Gabriel Tan by walkover.Doubles Shane Schnabel and Tyler Telai def. Joshua Bamba and John Ebler 8-0; Eddie Chung and Danny Kwon def. Thomas Haas and Keegan Del Castillo 8-0.


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