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Okinawa Christian International's Grace Metz drives against Humphreys' Ra'mecca Rasun as Rasun's teammates Sophia Nocrea and Amy  Burger watch during Tuesday's double-elimination playoffs in the Far East High School Girls Division II Basketball Tournament at Camp Walker, South Korea. Humphreys eliminated OCSI 27-19.

Okinawa Christian International's Grace Metz drives against Humphreys' Ra'mecca Rasun as Rasun's teammates Sophia Nocrea and Amy Burger watch during Tuesday's double-elimination playoffs in the Far East High School Girls Division II Basketball Tournament at Camp Walker, South Korea. Humphreys eliminated OCSI 27-19. (Mylissa Maclin/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Okinawa Christian International's Grace Metz drives against Humphreys' Ra'mecca Rasun as Rasun's teammates Sophia Nocrea and Amy  Burger watch during Tuesday's double-elimination playoffs in the Far East High School Girls Division II Basketball Tournament at Camp Walker, South Korea. Humphreys eliminated OCSI 27-19.

Okinawa Christian International's Grace Metz drives against Humphreys' Ra'mecca Rasun as Rasun's teammates Sophia Nocrea and Amy Burger watch during Tuesday's double-elimination playoffs in the Far East High School Girls Division II Basketball Tournament at Camp Walker, South Korea. Humphreys eliminated OCSI 27-19. (Mylissa Maclin/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Matthew C. Perry's Jarell Davis skies for a rebound between four Daegu defenders during Tuesday's pool-play game in the Far East High School Boys Division II Basketball Tournament at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan. Daegu won 45-44.

Matthew C. Perry's Jarell Davis skies for a rebound between four Daegu defenders during Tuesday's pool-play game in the Far East High School Boys Division II Basketball Tournament at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan. Daegu won 45-44. (Mandolyn Peterson/Special to Stars and Stripes)

St. Mary's International's Yudai Atsumi and Kubasaki's Matt Ashley battle for a rebound during Tuesday's pool-play game in the Far East High School Boys Division I Basketball Tournament at Camp Foster, Okinawa. The Dragons won 55-42.

St. Mary's International's Yudai Atsumi and Kubasaki's Matt Ashley battle for a rebound during Tuesday's pool-play game in the Far East High School Boys Division I Basketball Tournament at Camp Foster, Okinawa. The Dragons won 55-42. (Crystal Sieber/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Robert D. Edgren's Essence Prince dribbles against Zama American's Ariel Hicks during Tuesday's double-elimination playoff game in the Far East High School Girls Division II Basketball Tournament at Camp Walker, South Korea. Zama won 44-37.

Robert D. Edgren's Essence Prince dribbles against Zama American's Ariel Hicks during Tuesday's double-elimination playoff game in the Far East High School Girls Division II Basketball Tournament at Camp Walker, South Korea. Zama won 44-37. (Krysta Brun/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Robert D. Edgren's Vanessa Black drives against Osan American's Bianca Reyes during Tuesday's double-elimination playoff game in the Far East High School Girls Division II Basketball Tournament at Camp Walker, South Korea. Edgren eliminated Osan 41-12.

Robert D. Edgren's Vanessa Black drives against Osan American's Bianca Reyes during Tuesday's double-elimination playoff game in the Far East High School Girls Division II Basketball Tournament at Camp Walker, South Korea. Edgren eliminated Osan 41-12. (Krysta Brun/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Robert D. Edgren's Vanessa Black goes up for a shot on Zama American's Ariel Hicks as Black's teammate Kayla Eversole watches during Tuesday's double-elimination playoff game in the Far East High School Girls Division II Basketball Tournament at Camp Walker, South Korea. Zama won 44-37.

Robert D. Edgren's Vanessa Black goes up for a shot on Zama American's Ariel Hicks as Black's teammate Kayla Eversole watches during Tuesday's double-elimination playoff game in the Far East High School Girls Division II Basketball Tournament at Camp Walker, South Korea. Zama won 44-37. (Krysta Brun/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Basketball Boys2014 DODDS Pacific Far East High School Boys Division I Basketball Tournament Tuesday at Camp Foster and Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, OkinawaYokota 71, Faith Academy 64 Yokota.......18 15 20 18 — 71Faith ....... 15 5 18 26 — 64Scoring — Yokota: Jadan Anderson 20, Dennis Wilkins 15, Hunter Cort 13; Faith: Nick Dalafu 31, T.J. Hardeman Jr. 21.Okkodo 55, American School in Japan 42 Okkodo.......16 14 8 17 — 55ASIJ ....... 15 6 11 10 — 42Scoring — Okkodo: Vernave Gustilo 19, Jeddou Antonio 10; ASIJ: Brandon Rogers 14.Kubasaki 55, St. Mary’s 42 St. Mary’s.......11 8 10 13 — 42Kubasaki ....... 17 13 7 18 — 52Scoring — Kubasaki: DeQuan Alderman 15, Jarrett Mitchell 10; St. Mary’s: Andrew Jones 19.Kadena 59, Seoul American 56 Kadena.......9 10 20 20 — 59SAHS ....... 9 14 17 16 — 56Scoring — Kadena: Justin Wilson 19, Preston Harris 14; SAHS: Dominique Conley 17, Darien Briggs 10. Noteworthy — Kadena’s Harris followed two free throws with a putback layup with 40 seconds left to seal it.Father Duenas 72, Kinnick 62 Kinnick.......14 19 15 14 — 62FDMS ....... 23 18 13 18 — 72Scoring — FDMS: Bruce Merrill 20, Jeremiah Taitano 15, Nicholas Clark 15, Javier Dimla 11; Kinnick: Ryne Yates 18, Casuan Caudle 15, Lavance Rolland 14, Kyle O’Brien 10.Southern 50, Christian Academy Japan 46 Southern....... 9 16 13 12 — 50CAJ ....... 16 17 5 8 — 46Scoring — Southern: Jose Candaso 16, Diallo Cruz 11; CAJ: Luke Fernandez 12, Kyle Smoker 11.Guam 51, George Washington 41 GHS .......13 16 13 9 — 51GW .......7 5 6 23 — 41Scoring — GHS: Rodney Taitague 9, Michael Stewart 9; GW: Jason Frias 14, Jacob Frias 11.Okkodo 43, Southern 39, OT Southern.......5 10 8 11 5 — 39Okkodo ....... 6 9 15 4 9 — 43Scoring — Okkodo: Gustilo 25; Southern: Candaso 15, Cruz 12.Father Duenas 39, CAJ 32 FDMS.......16 7 12 4 — 39CAJ....... 10 5 5 12 — 32Scoring — FDMS: Tristan Jose 8, Taitano 8; CAJ: Leo Sakai 6, Steven Nelson 6, Si Young Chang 6.JFK 59, Seoul American 58 SAHS.......12 16 17 13 — 58JFK.......18 17 7 17 — 59Scoring — JFK: William Belger 17, Geno Perez 13; SAHS: Henry Arnold V 15, Deon Johnson 10. Noteworthy — JFK’s Perez hit game-winning layup with 3.8 seconds left.Faith 49, Guam 25 Faith.......19 17 9 4 — 49GHS ....... 3 7 6 9 — 25Scoring — Faith: Dalafu 14; GHS: Lordan Aguon 7.2014 DODDS Pacific Far East High School Boys Division II Basketball Tournament Tuesday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, JapanOkinawa Christian 43, Edgren 26 Edgren....... 3 8 4 11 — 26OCSI ....... 15 10 7 11 — 43Scoring — OCSI: Shawn Monroe 17, Christian Morris 16; Edgren: Khaleem Shabazz 8.Daegu 51, Humphreys 35 Humphreys .......8 7 7 13 — 35Daegu ....... 13 7 25 6 — 51Scoring — Daegu: Anfernee Dent 18, Torian James 13; Humphreys: Ozie Cruz 16.Zion Christian 52, King 41 ZCAI....... 6 15 18 13 — 52EJK.......17 6 5 13 — 41Scoring — ZCAI: Rejay Maruo 33, Zechariah Wilson 14.Zama 46, King 25 Zama....... 13 7 12 14 — 46EJK....... 12 5 6 2 — 25Scoring — Zama: Justin Brown 12.Okinawa Christian 52, Osan 45 OCSI .......11 18 12 11 — 52Osan....... 6 18 13 8 — 45Scoring — OCSI: Morris 26; Osan: Nick White 18. Perry 43, Humphreys 30 MCP....... 7 9 13 14 — 43 HHS .......10 6 5 9 — 30 Scoring — MCP: Vincent Ermitano 15; Humphreys: Cruz 14.Perry 33, Zama 29 Zama.......10 8 9 4 — 29MCP....... 8 7 9 9 — 33Scoring — MVP: Jon Cadavos 12, Ermitano 12.Edgren 52, Zion Christian 41 Edgren .......9 24 8 11 — 52 ZCAI....... 11 8 9 13 — 41Scoring — Edgren: Scott Sheehan 14; ZCAI: Maruo 20, Wilson 15.Daegu 54, Osan 44 Daegu.......14 13 13 14 — 54Osan.......10 8 17 9 — 44Scoring — Daegu: James 20, Dawud Abdul-Azeez 14; Osan: White 17, T. Asher 12.Okinawa Christian 48, King 30 OCSI....... 14 13 4 17 — 48EJK....... 7 8 11 4 — 30Scoring — OCSI: Morris 22, Monroe 12; EJK: Jackson Small 11, Jacob Lyle 10.Zion Christian 44, Humphreys 29 Humphreys ....... 7 5 10 7 — 29ZCAI....... 16 9 10 9 — 44Scoring — ZCAI: Maruo 20; Humphreys: Manasseh Nartey 12.Daegu 47, Edgren 24 Edgren.......2 4 5 13 — 24Daegu .......20 11 11 5 — 47Scoring — Daegu: Abdul-Azeez 24, James 12; Edgren: Jai Carter 7.Zama 37, Zion Christian 28 Zama....... 2 11 11 13 — 37ZCAI....... 5 7 4 12 — 28Scoring — Zama: Raymond Bestor 15; ZCAI: Rejay Maruo 18.Daegu 45, Perry 44 Daegu....... 8 13 12 12 — 45MCP....... 7 19 14 4 — 44Scoring — Daegu: Dent 18; MCP: Jarell Davis 15.Osan 49, King 41 Osan....... 12 11 18 8 — 49EJK....... 10 3 16 12 — 41Scoring — Osan: White 29; EJK: Small 14.Osan 40, Humphreys 34 Humphreys....... 7 12 1 14 — 34Osan ....... 12 11 10 7 — 40Scoring — Osan: Xavier Hallmon 11, White 11; Humphreys: Cruz 19.Edgren 34, Perry 34 Edgren.......10 8 5 11 — 34MCP....... 9 11 11 3 — 34Scoring — MCP: DeQuandre Bernard 14; Edgren: Khaleem Shabazz 8. Noteworthy — Due to the compacted schedule, round-robin games featured no overtime.Zama 41, Okinawa Christian 37 OCSI ....... 9 5 15 8 — 37Zama....... 6 20 7 8 — 41Scoring — Zama: Joseph Atkinson 12; OCSI: Monroe 14, Morris 14.

Girls2014 DODDS Pacific Far East High School Girls Division I Basketball Tournament Tuesday at Camp Zama, Japan

ASIJ 51, Kubasaki 40 Kubasaki.....8 4 18 10 — 40ASIJ.....8 21 12 10 — 51Scoring — ASIJ: Joey Yamada 13; Kubasaki: Sydney Johnson 28.

George Washington 60, Guam 27 GHS.....10 4 10 3 — 27GW.....11 21 20 8 — 60Scoring — GW: Maricia Mariano 11; GHS: Ashley Mateo 10.

Academy of Our Lady 38, Seoul American 24 AOLG.....11 10 4 13 — 38SAHS.....3 7 8 6 — 24Scoring — AOLG: Alina Bonto 7, Kelly Benavente 7; SAHS: Glenesha Berryman 13.

Kadena 37, Kinnick 36 Kinnick.....12 4 8 12 — 36Kadena.....15 6 8 8 — 37Scoring — Kadena: Montaya Jones 28; Kinnick: Alyshia Allison 15. Noteworthy — Aira Shanckles hit the game-winning foul shot with 1 second left.

Okkodo 53, Yokota 49 Okkodo.....15 15 13 10 — 53Yokota.....4 11 16 18 — 49Scoring — Okkodo: Felicia Borja 20; Yokota: Caitlyn Rowan 15.

Southern 58, Seisen 53 Southern.....19 20 11 8 — 58Seisen.....9 16 18 10 — 53Scoring — Southern: April Tallejo 21; Seisen: Alex Gordon 15.

JFK 38, CAJ 25 JFK.....12 6 12 8 — 38CAJ.....7 7 6 5 — 25Scoring — JFK: Christina Royster 17.

Seisen 40, JFK 26 Seisen.....4 15 14 9 — 40JFK.....4 10 7 5 — 26Scoring — Seisen: Lisa Kwak 14; JFK: Alison Bowman 8.

Seoul American 42, Okkodo 34 Okkodo.....9 11 4 10 — 34SAHS.....6 15 13 8 — 42Scoring — SAHS: Janade Amos 15; Okkodo: Borja 19.

Notre Dame 37, Kinnick 28 Kinnick.....0 3 2 23 — 28ND.....11 9 5 12 — 37Scoring — ND: Destiny Castro 17; Kinnick: Allison 15.

Kubasaki 61, George Washington 43 Kubasaki.....20 8 20 13 — 61GW.....16 10 11 6 — 43Scoring — Kubasaki: Alyah Johnson 26; GW: Antoinette George 12.

2014 DODDS Pacific Far East High School Girls Division II Basketball Tournament Tuesday at Camps Walker and George, South Korea

Daegu 38, Humphreys 20 Humphreys.....5 2 6 7—20Daegu.....7 4 19 8—38Scoring — Daegu: Aaliyah Scott 12; Humphreys: Ra’mecca Rasun 11.

Sacred Heart 39, Okinawa Christian 14 ISSH.....11 6 12 10 — 39OCS.....5 7 2 0 — 14Scoring — ISSH: Christianna Dale 10; OCSI: Heidi Burkard 12.

King 44, Osan 34 Osan.....12 4 7 11 — 34EJK.....8 3 18 15 — 44Scoring — EJK: Deb Avalos 34; Osan: Andrea Carandang 15.

Zama 44, Edgren 37 Edgren.....6 6 12 13 — 37Zama.....9 9 9 17 — 44Scoring — Zama: Ariel Hicks 14; Edgren: Vanessa Black 12.

Daegu 53, King 27 Daegu.....11 15 8 19 — 53EJK.....8 8 7 4 — 27Scoring — Daegu: Rheagan Wyche 18, Taylor Myatt 13; EJK: Avalos 23.

Zama 54, Sacred Heart 52 OSSJ.....13 6 7 16 10 — 52Zama.....7 12 14 9 12 — 54Scoring — Zama: Kiarrys Oquendo 15; ISSH: Hanin Siam 10.

Humphreys 27, Okinawa Christian 19 Humphreys.....7 9 5 6 — 27OCSI.....6 5 1 7 — 19Scoring — Humphreys: Kayauna Stepney 9.

Edgren 41, Osan 12 Edgren.....5 15 15 6 — 41Osan.....2 2 0 8 — 12Scoring — Edgren: Black 17; Osan: Carandang 5, Michele Thompson 5.

King 44, Humphreys 37 Humphreys.....13 11 8 5 — 37EJK.....17 7 14 6 — 44Scoring — EJK: Avalos 20, Catherine Hidalgo 11; Humphreys: Rasun 11.

Edgren 44, Sacred Heart 35 Edgren.....13 9 10 12 — 44ISSH.....5 3 13 14 — 35Scoring — Edgren: Mirsen Laustsen 12, Essence Prince 12; ISSH: Signe Tyler 10.


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