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Kadena's Megan Kirby dribbles against an Itoman defender on Day 1 Saturday of the 13th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. The Raging Billows routed the Panthers 72-37.

Kadena's Megan Kirby dribbles against an Itoman defender on Day 1 Saturday of the 13th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. The Raging Billows routed the Panthers 72-37. (Tina Davis/Special to Stripes)

Kadena's Megan Kirby dribbles against an Itoman defender on Day 1 Saturday of the 13th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. The Raging Billows routed the Panthers 72-37.

Kadena's Megan Kirby dribbles against an Itoman defender on Day 1 Saturday of the 13th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. The Raging Billows routed the Panthers 72-37. (Tina Davis/Special to Stripes)

Kadena's Atirria Simms looks for room against two Itoman defenders on Day 1 Saturday of the 13th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. The Raging Billows routed the Panthers 72-37.

Kadena's Atirria Simms looks for room against two Itoman defenders on Day 1 Saturday of the 13th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. The Raging Billows routed the Panthers 72-37. (Tina Davis/Special to Stripes)

Kadena's Eric McCarter drives around an Oroku defender on Day 1 Saturday of the 13th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. Kadena outlasted Oroku 62-47.

Kadena's Eric McCarter drives around an Oroku defender on Day 1 Saturday of the 13th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. Kadena outlasted Oroku 62-47. (Kevin Duddleston/Special to Stripes)

Kadena's Casey Cox crashes into a Chatan defender on Day 1 Saturday of the 13th Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament. The Panthers won 68-36.

Kadena's Casey Cox crashes into a Chatan defender on Day 1 Saturday of the 13th Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament. The Panthers won 68-36. (Kevin Duddleston/Special to Stripes)

Kadena's Atirria Simms pulls up against an Itoman defender on Day 1 Saturday of the 13th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. The Raging Billows routed the Panthers 72-37.

Kadena's Atirria Simms pulls up against an Itoman defender on Day 1 Saturday of the 13th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. The Raging Billows routed the Panthers 72-37. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stripes)

Kadena's Christee Dervil drives against Itoman on Day 1 Saturday of the 13th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. The Raging Billows routed the Panthers 72-37.

Kadena's Christee Dervil drives against Itoman on Day 1 Saturday of the 13th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. The Raging Billows routed the Panthers 72-37. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stripes)

Kadena's Eric McCarter drives past two Oroku defenders to the basket on Day 1 Saturday of the 13th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. Kadena outlasted Oroku 62-47.

Kadena's Eric McCarter drives past two Oroku defenders to the basket on Day 1 Saturday of the 13th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. Kadena outlasted Oroku 62-47. (L.J. Hollingsworth/Special to Stripes)

Kadena's Casey Cox towers over several Oroku defenders on Day 1 Saturday of the 13th Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament. The Panthers won 62-47.

Kadena's Casey Cox towers over several Oroku defenders on Day 1 Saturday of the 13th Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament. The Panthers won 62-47. (L.J. Hollingsworth/Special to Stripes)

Kadena's Eric McCarter drives against an Oroku defender on Day 1 Saturday of the 13th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. Kadena outlasted Oroku 62-47.

Kadena's Eric McCarter drives against an Oroku defender on Day 1 Saturday of the 13th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. Kadena outlasted Oroku 62-47. (L.J. Hollingsworth/Special to Stripes)

Kadena's Lydia Rice tries to split the seam between two Itoman defenders on Day 1 Saturday of the 13th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. The Raging Billows routed the Panthers 72-37.

Kadena's Lydia Rice tries to split the seam between two Itoman defenders on Day 1 Saturday of the 13th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. The Raging Billows routed the Panthers 72-37. (L.J. Hollingsworth/Special to Stripes)

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Wrestling JapanSaturday at Camp ZamaNile C. Kinnick 32, St. Mary’s 19 101 — Alexi Mutoh, Kinnick, tech. Mikhail Titov, 14-4; Anthony Rodrigues, Kinnick, by walkover; 115 — Noah Sandoval, St. Mary’s, pin. Janzel Pila; 122 — Jasjot Bedi, St. Mary’s, pin. Liam Jones; 129 — Kenerick McDaniel, Kinnick, tech. Samin Hoque; 135 — Josiah Millare, Kinnick, def. Hikaru Shimada, 10-6; 141 — Ethan Hamilton, Kinnick, def. Konstantine, 10-4; 148 — Kaleb Leon Guerrero, Kinnick, tech. Paing Phyoe, 10-0; 158 — Warren Koslow, St. Mary’s, pin. Aubrey St. John; 168 — Levi Titov, St. Mary’s, tech. Alex Lovell; 180 — Lucas Watkins, Kinnick, tech. Abhishek Dash, 10-0; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Kemal Newton, Kinnick, by walkover.Kinnick 43, Zama 15 101 — Mutoh by walkover; 108 — Pila by walkover; 115 — Jones pin. Angel Alcala; 122 — Kaito Hayashi, Zama, pin. Tre Boot-Nelson; 129 — McDaniel tech. Moises Carbajal; 135 — Millare tech. Riki Fameli, 14-3; 141 — Hamilton pin. Eligh Cabe, 1:29; 148 — Leon Guerrero by walkover; 158 — St. John by walkover; 168 — Lovell by walkover; 180 — Cain Mumford, Zama, pin. Watkins; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Desmond Martin, Zama, pin. Newton.Kinnick 37, Yokota 22 101 — Mutoh by walkover; 108 — Caleb Heino, Yokota, tech. Pila; 115 — Rodrigues by walkover; 122 — Chris DeGrella, Yokota, pin. Jones; 129 — McDaniel tech. Corinne Nepaial; 135 — Ramil Celones, Yokota, dec. Millare 16-11; 141 — Hamilton pin. Joey DeGrella, 2:01; 148 — Leon Guerrero dec. Liam O’Grady, 13-10; 158 — St. John by walkover; 168 — Lovell pin. Cameron Ewens, 4:30; 180 — Austin Fisher, Yokota, pin. Watkins, :15; 215 — Zay Jackson, Yokota, by walkover; Heavyweight — Newton by walkover.Robert D. Edgren 45, Kinnick 19 101 — Mutoh by walkover; 108 — Taina Marsh pin. Pila, 2:20; 115 — Jayden Powell, Edgren, pin. Jones, 2:05; 122 — Tony Appoli, Edgren, by walkover; 129 — McDaniel tech. Sam Quires, 10-0; 135 — Levi Rick, Edgren, pin. Millare, 2:00; 141 — Hamilton pin. Jared Ricks, :41; 148 — Ethan Hovenkotter, Edgren, pin. Leon Guerrero, 2:15; 158 — Cody Dettman, Edgren, pin. St. John, 2:16; 168 — Bradleigh McCollum, Edgren, pin. Lovell, :52; 180 — Jason Dudley, Edgren, pin. Josh Muson, :47; 215 — Chase Quigley, Edgren, by walkover; Heavyweight — Newton by walkover.Kinnick 42, Christian Academy Japan 13 101 — Mutoh by walkover; 108 — Jordan Van Druff, CAJ, tech. Pila, 10-0; 115 — Joe Frazier, CAJ, tech. Jones, 12-2; 122 — Peter Junker, CAJ, by walkover; 129 — McDaniel, def. Theodore Lewis, 10-8; 135 — Frank Arrgante, Kinnick, pin. Tai Van Dam, :58; 141 — Millare pin. Leo Karita, :24; 148 — Leon Guerrero tech. Kyong Chun; 158 — St. John by walkover; 168 — Lovell by walkover; 180 — Watkins by walkover; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Newton by walkover.

Zama 29, Christian Academy Japan 9 101 — Not contested; 108 — Van Druff by walkover; 115 — Junker tech. Alcala; 122 — Hayashi pin. Frazier; 129 — Angel Fuentes, Zama, by walkover; 135 — Riki Fameli, Zama, tech. Van Dam; 141 — Cabe by walkover; 148 — Not contested; 158 — Not contested; 168 — Not contested; 180 — Mumford by walkover; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Martin by walkover.St. Mary’s 37, Zama 15 101 — M. Titov by walkover; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Sandoval tech. Alcaloa; 122 — Hayashi by walkover; 129 — Hoque dec. Cabrajal, 15-8; 135 — Shimada pin. Fameli; 141 — Konstantin Myer zu Brickwedde, St. Mary’s, pin. Cabe; 148 — Phyoe by walkover; 158 — Koslow by walkover; 168 — L. Titov by walkover; 180 — Mumford pin. Dash; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Martin by walkover.Yokota 29, Zama 18 101 — Not contested; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Heino tech. Alcala; 122 — Hayashi pin. C. DeGrella; 129 — Carbajal pin. Hana Tuohy; 135 — Celones pin. Fameli; 141 — Cabe dec. J. DeGrella 10-10 last point; 148 — O’Grady by walkover; 158 — Ryoichi Ariyoshi, Yokota, by walkover; 168 — Not contested; 180 — Fisher pin. Mumford; 215 — Joey Nishida, Yokota, by walkover; Heavyweight — Martin by walkover.

Basketball Boys South KoreaKorean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Cup Tournament Saturday at Yongsan InternationalOsan 43, Korea International 39 Phoenix 18 8 7 6 — 39Cougars 11 14 5 13 — 43Scoring — Cougars: Joey Betts 18, Daniel Jamerson 16; Phoenix: Jacob Lee 15, Andy Yang 12.Seoul International 59, Osan 53, OT Tigers 11 6 11 22 9 — 59Cougars 11 10 15 14 3 — 53Scoring — Cougars: Jamerson 30. Noteworthy — Jamerson had 10 third-quarter points and eight in the fourth quarter to help send the game to extra time.Humphreys 80, Seoul Foreign 60 Crusaders 12 15 12 19 — 60Blackhawks 25 21 13 21 — 80Scoring — Blackhawks: Quintin Metcalf 17, Connor Coyne 16, Tevijon Williams 14, Jalen Hill 13. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Metcalf 15, Hill 10, Williams 5. Assists — Blackhawks: Hill 15. Noteworthy — Hill recorded a triple-double and Coyne hit four three-point goals for the Blackhawks.Seoul International 56, Chadwick International 38 Seoul International 53, Seoul Foreign 31 Championship Humphreys 80, Seoul International 32 Blackhawks 23 26 18 13 — 80Tigers 9 8 4 11 — 32Scoring — Blackhawks: Metcalf 19, Hill 12, Kemhari Pruitt 11. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Metcalf 10, Michael Scott 5, Collin Metcalf 5, Junior Gregory 5, Williams 5. Noteworthy — Game went to mercy rule with five minutes left in the third quarter; the Tigers were playing in their third straight game.KAIAC Plate Tournament Saturday at Seoul InternationalGyeonggi Suwon 66, International Christian-Uijongbu 36 Asia-Pacific 46, Korea Kent Foreign 44 Taejon Christian def. Dwight School of Seoul, score not available. Daegu 53, YIS-Seoul 40 Guardians 3 15 10 12 — 40Warriors 12 17 14 10 — 53Scoring — Warriors: Elijah Bembischew 26, J.B. Pope 11; Guardians: Julian Rhim 10. Rebounding — Warriors: Bembischew 16, Jack Zimmer 9, Sam Murphy 6. Noteworthy — Bembischew had eight first-quarter points and 10 in the fourth period.Seventh Korea Kent 67, ICS-Uijongbu 43 Fifth Asia-Pacific 72, Gyeonggi Suwon 61 Third Dwight 55, YIS-Seoul 46 Ninth Dulwich 52, Seoul American 46 Leopards 10 10 23 9 — 52Falcons 11 31 11 11 — 46Scoring — Leopards: Craig Lee 25, Thomas Park 11; Falcons: Ulus Jones 21, Elijah Houghton 12.Championship Daegu 74, TCIS 69, OT Dragons 18 12 9 22 8 — 69Warriors 16 10 12 23 13 — 74Scoring — Warriors: Bembischew 25, Pope 16, Zimmer 10. Rebounding — Warriors: Bembischew 17, Zimmer 5. Noteworthy — Warriors never led during regulation time. Zimmer stole the ball with eight seconds left in regulation that led to the tie after four periods. Zimmer scored seven of the Warriors’ overtime points.Awards Most Valuable Player — BembischewTop Gun (leading scorer) — BembischewTop Rebounder — BembischewTop Defender — Lorence Kim, Taejon Christian.All-Tournament team — Daegu: Pope, Murphy, Bembischew, Zimmer; Taejon Christian: Jooha Lee, Jeremy Shin; Dwight: Julian Allenspach; YIS-Seoul: Rhim; APIS: Michael Kim; GSIS: Keahi Brumsickle; Kent: Romario Lopez; ICS-Uijongbu: Julian Yoon; Dulwich: Park; Seoul American: Jones.

Okinawa13th Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament Saturday at Camp FosterPool A Kitanakagusuku 74, Kubasaki 52 Kitanaka 21 18 23 12 — 74Dragons 11 10 14 17 — 52Pool B Oroku 71, Chatan 36 Kadena 68, Chatan 36 Panthers 19 17 16 12 — 68Chatan 12 12 1 11 — 36Scoring — Panthers: Roderick Rose 14, Blake Dearborn 11, Skyler King 10.Kadena 62, Oroku 47 Panthers 16 20 11 15 — 62Oroku 11 12 5 19 — 47Sunday’s games Kubasaki vs. Chatan, 10:30 a.m. Kubasaki JV vs. Oroku, 10:30 a.m.Semifinals Kitanakagusuku vs. Game 1 winner, 1:30 p.m. Kadena vs. Game 2 winner, 1:30 p.m.Third Semifinal losers, 4:30 p.m.Championship Semifinal winners, 4:30 p.m.

GuamSimon Sanchez 48, Guam High 41 Saturday at YigoPanthers 7 11 3 20 — 41Sharks 12 12 13 11 — 48Scoring — Panthers: Akira Martinez 15.

JapanE.J. King 54, Yokota 22 Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniCobras 14 28 19 1 — 54Panthers 12 8 0 2 — 22Scoring — Cobras: Dyson Robinson 36, Jalen Nall 12. Rebounding — Cobras: Robinson 12, Nall 10. Blocked shots — Cobras: Robinson 4.Yokota 54, Matthew C. Perry 49, OT Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniPanthers 6 13 21 5 9 — 54Samurai 11 7 17 10 4 — 49Scoring — Panthers: Riley DeMarco 22, Ethan Gaume 12; Samurai: Lorenzo Brown II 16, Justin Andres 11, Anthony Laney 10, Jomari Silang 10. Rebounding — Samurai: Laney 11, Silang 8, Brown 8. Blocked shots — Samurai: Brown 3. Noteworthy — DeMarco had 10 third-quarter points and four in extra time.Kinnick 77, Robert D. Edgren 56 Saturday at Misawa Air BaseRed Devils 24 28 16 9 — 77Eagles 20 14 12 10 — 56Scoring — Red Devils: Davion Roberts 18, Kaine Roberts 16, Chris Watson 14; Eagles: Quan Thompson 19, Chauncey Williams 18. Noteworthy — Kaine Roberts had 12 first-quarter points and Davion Roberts 10 in the second quarter. Williams had nine in the fourth quarter and Thompson 13 in the first quarter.

Girls South KoreaKAIAC Cup Tournament Saturday at Camp HumphreysKorea International 38, Korea Kent Foreign 11 Seoul International 45, Dulwich College of Seoul 5 Seoul Foreign 61, Korea International 28 Seoul International 53, Chadwick International 25 Seoul International 44, Seoul Foreign 42 Daegu 62, Seoul International 57; Seoul International finishes thirdHumphreys 64, Daegu 48 Blackhawks 21 21 10 12 — 64Warriors 12 16 10 10 — 48Scoring — Blackhawks: Maria Bruch 18, Ebony Dykes 15, Jazman Woods 12; Warriors: Dai’Ja Turner 21, Bethani Newbold 20. Rebounding — Warriors: Turner 11. Blocked shots — Warriors: Turner 5. Noteworthy — Bruch had 11 second-quarter points. It was the first loss of the season for the Warriors.Daegu 62, Seoul International 57 Tigers 9 9 13 26 — 57Warriors 17 12 14 19 — 62Scoring — Warriors: Newbold 22, Turner 20. Rebounding — Warriors: Turner 15, Kayla Randall 11, Jya Van 10, Newbold 5.Championship Humphreys 62, Daegu 53 Warriors 15 15 17 6 — 53Blackhawks 20 7 17 18 — 62Scoring — Blackhawks: Dykes 20, Chakhira Goodwater 18, Bruch 14; Warriors: Newbold 24, Turner 18. Rebounding — Warriors: Turner 14, Van 5. Blocked shots — Warriors: Turner 5. Steals — Warriors: Turner 5. Assists — Warriors: Newbold 5. Noteworthy — Goodwater had eight fourth-quarter points and 14 total in the second half. Newbold had 11 second-quarter points.Awards Most Valuable Player — NewboldTop Gun (leading scorer) — NewboldBest Rebounder — TurnerBest Defender — TurnerAll-Tournament team — Humphreys: Bruch, Dykes, Goodwater; Daegu: Van, Turner; Seoul International: Joobin Lee; Korea International: Jiyeon Kim; Seoul Foreign: Alexia Diamany; Chadwick: Janice Shin; Kent: Runa Yamasaki; Dulwich: Heather Song.KAIAC Plate Tournament Saturday at Chadwick Friday’s late games Seoul American def. Dwight School of Seoul, score not available Taejon Christian def. Gyeonggi Suwon, score not available International Christian-Pyongtaek def. International Christian-Uijongbu, score not available Asia-Pacific def. Cheongda Dalton, score not available Saturday's games GSIS def. Dwight, score not available APIS def. ICS-Pyongtaek, score not available Osan def. TCIS, score not availableNinth Cheongda Dalton def. ICS-UijongbuSeventh Dwight def. ICS-Pyongtaek, score not availableFifth APIS def. GSIS, score not availableThird TCIS def. YIS-Seoul, score not availableSeoul American 42, Yongsan 27 Falcons 6 20 5 11 — 42Guardians 4 7 6 10 — 27Scoring — Falcons: Tailan Hickey 10, Lauren Kirschner 10.Championship Seoul American 45, Osan 28 Falcons 8 13 14 10 — 45Cougars 9 3 9 7 — 28Scoring — Falcons: Hickey 17, Jalynn Knight 12. Rebounding — Falcons: Mya Rolison 10.

Okinawa13th Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament Saturday at Camp FosterPool A Itoman 72, Kadena 37 Panthers 8 11 13 5 — 37Itoman 16 19 19 18 — 72Scoring — Panthers: Atiria Simms 23. Rebounding — Panthers: Simms 10. Blocked shots — Panthers: Simms 5.Koza 77, Kadena 23 Koza 14 23 28 12 — 77Panthers 10 6 0 7 — 23Itoman 43, Koza 41 Pool B Ginowan 43, Futenma 43, shootout Ginowan 12 11 5 11 4 — 43Futenma 9 11 10 9 4 — 43Noteworthy — Ginowan wins game via free-throw shootout.Ginowan 55, Kubasaki 28 Ginowan 16 8 20 11 — 55Dragons 5 5 8 10 — 28Futenma 50, Kubasaki 28 Futenma 16 5 13 16 — 50Dragons 4 13 0 11 — 28Scoring — Dragons: Brandi Smith 10.Sunday’s games Kadena vs. Futenma, 9 a.m. Koza vs. Kubasaki, 9 a.m. Itoman vs. Game 1 winner, noon Ginowan vs. Game 2 winner, noonThird Semifinal losers, 3 p.m.Championship Semifinal winners, 3 p.m.

JapanYokota 38, Perry 8 Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniPanthers 10 12 13 3 — 38Samurai 2 0 2 4 — 8Scoring — Panthers: Jaya Walker 9. Rebounding — Panthers: Walker 7. Steals — Panthers: Emily Taynton 5.Yokota 39, King 20 Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniPanthers 14 11 6 8 — 39Cobras 7 5 4 4 — 20Scoring — Panthers: Walker 11, Taynton 10; Cobras: Gabi Shultz 10. Rebounding — Panthers: Walker 8, Caleigh Garcia 6; Cobras: Natalia Hughes 7.Kinnick 47, Edgren 37 Saturday at Misawa Air BaseRed Devils 11 7 14 15 — 47Eagles 8 4 16 9 — 37Scoring — Red Devils: Cassi Boyer 14. Rebounding — Red Devils: Boyer 11, Kiana Johnson 9.

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