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American School of Bangkok's Neeltje Hendriske tries to shoot through the block by Kadena's Isabel Tayag during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Girls Division I basketball tournament. The Eagles edged the defending champion Panthers 48-45 in double-overtime.

American School of Bangkok's Neeltje Hendriske tries to shoot through the block by Kadena's Isabel Tayag during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Girls Division I basketball tournament. The Eagles edged the defending champion Panthers 48-45 in double-overtime. (Katricia Aquino/Special to Stars and Stripes)

American School of Bangkok's Neeltje Hendriske tries to shoot through the block by Kadena's Isabel Tayag during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Girls Division I basketball tournament. The Eagles edged the defending champion Panthers 48-45 in double-overtime.

American School of Bangkok's Neeltje Hendriske tries to shoot through the block by Kadena's Isabel Tayag during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Girls Division I basketball tournament. The Eagles edged the defending champion Panthers 48-45 in double-overtime. (Katricia Aquino/Special to Stars and Stripes)

American School of Bangkok's Wei Huang drives between Kubasaki defenders Dylan Canlas and Ilijah Washington during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division I basketball tournament. The Eagles beat the two-time defending champion Dragons 54-52.

American School of Bangkok's Wei Huang drives between Kubasaki defenders Dylan Canlas and Ilijah Washington during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division I basketball tournament. The Eagles beat the two-time defending champion Dragons 54-52. (Katricia Aquino/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Seoul American's DeAndre Metcalf drives to the basket between Nile C. Kinnick's Davion Roberts and Gage Henderson during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division I basketball tournament. The Falcons won 69-53.

Seoul American's DeAndre Metcalf drives to the basket between Nile C. Kinnick's Davion Roberts and Gage Henderson during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division I basketball tournament. The Falcons won 69-53. (Katricia Aquino/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Jaden Asuncion drives between Zion Christian's Zechariah Jones and Sean Delawder during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division I basketball tournament. The Dragons won 64-34.

Kubasaki's Jaden Asuncion drives between Zion Christian's Zechariah Jones and Sean Delawder during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division I basketball tournament. The Dragons won 64-34. (Katricia Aquino/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Christian Academy Japan's Yeongjoo Kim drives against Daegu's Ki'inani Royer during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Girls Division II basketball tournament. The Knights won 32-1.

Christian Academy Japan's Yeongjoo Kim drives against Daegu's Ki'inani Royer during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Girls Division II basketball tournament. The Knights won 32-1. (Austin Livengood/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Humphreys' Dai'Jonnai Smith is hemmed in by Sacred Heart's Emu Yoshimura and Joyce Skeete during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Girls Division II basketball tournament. The Symbas won 33-18.

Humphreys' Dai'Jonnai Smith is hemmed in by Sacred Heart's Emu Yoshimura and Joyce Skeete during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Girls Division II basketball tournament. The Symbas won 33-18. (Austin Livengood/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Yokota's Jamia Bailey shoots around Robert D. Edgren's Coko Magby during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Girls Division II basketball tournament. The Panthers won 38-19.

Yokota's Jamia Bailey shoots around Robert D. Edgren's Coko Magby during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Girls Division II basketball tournament. The Panthers won 38-19. (Austin Livengood/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Yokota's Britney Bailey drives to the basket on Robert D. Edgren's Ja'la Wade and Christina Taylor during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Girls Division II basketball tournament. The Panthers won 38-19.

Yokota's Britney Bailey drives to the basket on Robert D. Edgren's Ja'la Wade and Christina Taylor during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Girls Division II basketball tournament. The Panthers won 38-19. (Austin Livengood/Special to Stars and Stripes)

E.J. King's Cameron Rozzell and Seth Hudson surround Christian Academy Japan's Damilola Mosaku during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division II Tournament. The Cobras won 73-51.

E.J. King's Cameron Rozzell and Seth Hudson surround Christian Academy Japan's Damilola Mosaku during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division II Tournament. The Cobras won 73-51. (Jack Higbee/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Okinawa Christian's Chris Carney goes up for a shot against the Osan defense during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division II Tournament. The Crusaders won 53-45.

Okinawa Christian's Chris Carney goes up for a shot against the Osan defense during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division II Tournament. The Crusaders won 53-45. (Jack Higbee/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Matthew C. Perry's Garrett Macias goes up for a shot between Daegu defenders, from left, Michael Martinez, Keith Williams and Kevin Williams during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division II Tournament. The Samurai won 53-51.

Matthew C. Perry's Garrett Macias goes up for a shot between Daegu defenders, from left, Michael Martinez, Keith Williams and Kevin Williams during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division II Tournament. The Samurai won 53-51. (Jack Higbee/Special to Stars and Stripes)

E.J. King's Jalen Nall passes around two Christian Academy Japan defenders during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division II Tournament. The Cobras won 73-51.

E.J. King's Jalen Nall passes around two Christian Academy Japan defenders during Monday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division II Tournament. The Cobras won 73-51. (Jack Higbee/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Basketball BoysFar East Division I Basketball Tournament Monday at Camp Foster, OkinawaPool A American School of Bangkok 54, Kubasaki 52 Dragons 9 9 17 17 — 52Eagles 13 14 16 11 — 54Scoring — Eagles: Hank Huang 17, Wei Huang 17; Dragons: Elonzo Higginson III 21, Jonathan Baker 12. Rebounding — Eagles: W. Huang 10, Gio Han 6, Mum Rattanawiwatatpong 6, Jalen Lomaz 5; Dragons: Xavier Carmouche 5.American School In Japan 61, Zion Christian 49 Mustangs 16 18 15 12 — 61Lions 10 19 9 11 — 49Scoring — Mustangs: Ian McGuire 20, Tyler Evert 17, Koki Wiley 12; Lions: Zechariah Jones 24, Dakota Smith 10.ASIJ 59, ASB 46 Mustangs 21 9 17 12 — 59Eagles 10 15 14 7 — 46Scoring — Mustangs: McGuire 20, Wiley 19; Eagles: H. Huang 19, W. Huang 15.Kubasaki 64, Zion Christian 34 Dragons 13 30 18 3 — 64Lions 5 8 10 11 — 34Scoring — Dragons: Baker 11, Carmouche 10; Lions: Masato Choe 9.Pool B Kadena 64, St. Mary’s 52 Panthers 13 11 18 22 — 64Titans 10 14 8 20 — 52Scoring — Panthers: Justin Wilson 19, K.J. Caver 12, Jahron Mitchell 12, J.J. Daniels 10; Titans: Ken Asai 28, Thomas Wood 16.Seoul American 69, Nile C. Kinnick 53 Red Devils 9 10 19 15 — 53Falcons 16 15 12 26 — 69Scoring — Falcons: Quintin Metcalf 32, DeAndre Metcalf 12; Red Devils: Jacob Germany 18, Gage Henderson 12, Kedrick Stockman 11. Rebounding — Falcons: Q. Metcalf 11, D. Metcalf 9. Blocked shots — Falcons: Willie Grandison 3.Kadena 58, Seoul American 52 Panthers 15 12 12 19 — 58Falcons 9 11 17 15 — 52Scoring — Panthers: Wilson 20, Mitchell 16; Falcons: Q. Metcalf 19.St. Mary’s 71, Kinnick 61 Red Devils 16 19 9 17 — 61Titans 10 12 21 28 — 71Scoring — Titans: Wood 30, Asai 21; Red devils: Rashan Rapada 15, Germany 14, Henderson 13, Stockman 13. Noteworthy — Wood scored 22 of his points in the fourth quarter, Asai 18 in the second half.Tuesday’s games ASB vs. Zion, 10 a.m. Kubasaki vs. ASIJ, noon Kadena vs. Kinnick, noon Seoul vs. St. Mary’s, noonFar East Division II Basketball Tournament Monday at Yokota Air Base, JapanPool A Robert D. Edgren 54, Christian Academy Japan 48 Knights 12 11 5 20 — 48Eagles 18 9 19 16 — 54Scoring — Eagles: Cyril Yalung 16, Christian Enyeart 12, Elijah Pugh 10; Knights: Josh May 12, Rick Handa 10.Matthew C. Perry 53, Daegu 51 Samurai 15 17 6 15 — 53Warriors 13 7 17 17 — 51Scoring — Samurai: Garrett Macias 25; Warriors: Bishop Fields 20.E.J. King 73, CAJ 51 Knights 17 10 10 14 — 51Cobras 21 24 10 18 — 73Scoring — Cobras: Cameron Rozzell 16; Knights: Jo Yozawa 12.King 58, Perry 45 Samurai 9 13 7 16 — 45Cobras 15 5 23 15 — 58Scoring — Cobras: Dyson Robinson 24; Samurai: Macias 22.Daegu 66, Edgren 51 Warriors 23 8 9 26 — 66Eagles 10 14 15 12 — 51Scoring -- Warriors: Keith Williams 34; Eagles: Yalung 20.Pool B Okinawa Christian 53, Osan 45 Crusaders 11 17 13 12 — 53Cougars 9 8 16 12 — 45Scoring — Crusaders: Mark Lueder 12; Cougars: Darius Dawson 19.Yokota 63, Zama 37 Panthers 26 19 9 6 — 63Trojans 5 11 7 12 — 37Scoring — Panthers: Kory Sterling 13; Trojans: Cameron Waters-Daniels 14Humphreys 68, Okinawa Christian 38 Blackhawks 20 23 18 7 — 68Crusaders 15 6 12 5 — 38Scoring — Blackhawks: Nate Hellams 24; Crusaders: Kenny Ishida 12.Yokota 75, Osan 45 Panthers 23 25 15 12 — 75Cougars 14 14 6 11 — 45Scoring -- Panthers: Hunter Cort 26; Cougars: Dawson 22.Humphreys 66, Zama 56 Blackhawks 18 15 20 13 — 66Trojans 16 10 11 19 — 56Scoring — Blackhawks: Jalen Hill 20; Trojans: Waters-Daniels 15.Tuesday’s games Osan vs. Humphreys, 8 a.m. Edgren vs. King, 9:30 a.m. Yokota vs. Okinawa Christian, 11 a.m. Daegu vs. CAJ, 12:30 p.m. Zama vs. Osan, 2 p.m. Perry vs. Edgren, 3:30 p.m. Humphreys vs. Yokota, 5 p.m. Okinawa Christian vs. Zama, 5 p.m. King vs. Daegu, 6:30 p.m. CAJ vs. Perry, 6:30 p.m.

GirlsFar East Division I Basketball Tournament At Camp Foster, OkinawaRound-robin Kadena 34, Kubasaki 26 Panthers 9 10 5 10 — 34Dragons 11 5 4 6 — 26Scoring — Panthers: Rhamsey Wyche 10; Dragons: Chloe’ Stevens 10. Rebounding — Panthers: Isabel Tayag 5; Dragons: Stevens 9.ASIJ 25, Kinnick 24 Red Devils 6 0 9 9 — 24Mustangs 3 14 4 4 — 25Scoring — Mustangs: Grace Wallrapp 11, Allie Rogers 11; Red Devils: Venus Hill 7, Dallas Carter 7.ASB 38, Seoul 15 Falcons 5 6 2 2 — 15Eagles 7 17 10 4 — 38Scoring — Eagles: Shanique Lucas 12, Keisharna Lucas 10; Falcons: Jayla Crawford 6.Kinnick 26, Seoul 25 Red Devils 5 8 9 4 — 26Falcons 7 4 8 6 — 25Scoring — Red Devils: Hill 10; Falcons: Krista Bradley 11.ASIJ 39, Kubasaki 12 Mustangs 9 16 14 0 — 39Dragons 6 4 0 2 — 12Scoring — Mustangs: Wallrapp 13, Erin Chang 12; Dragons: Stevens 10.ASB 48, Kadena 45, 2 OT Panthers 10 8 10 9 4 4 — 45Eagles 15 8 4 10 4 7 — 48Scoring — Eagles: S. Lucas 20, K. Lucas 13, Neeltje Hendriske 11; Panthers: Wyche 26, Linda Vaughan 15. Noteworthy — S. Lucas hit a three-point goal at the buzzer to win it.ASIJ 28, Seoul 26 Mustangs 8 12 5 3 — 28Falcons 2 8 7 9 — 26Scoring — Mustangs: Rogers 9; Falcons: Alyse Neal 8.Kadena 37, Kinnick 24 Red Devils 3 10 8 3 — 24Panthers 5 6 14 12 — 37Scoring — Panthers: Wyche 19; Red Devils: Carter 14.ASB 32, Kubasaki 22 Dragons 9 4 7 2 — 22Eagles 5 18 5 4 — 32Scoring — Eagles: S. Lucas 22; Dragons: Stevens 15.Tuesday’s games Kubasaki vs. Seoul, 11 a.m. ASB vs. Kinnick, 11 a.m. ASIJ vs. Kadena, 11 a.m. ASB vs. ASIJ, 1:30 p.m. Kinnick vs. Kubasaki, 1:30 p.m. Seoul vs. Kadena, 1:30 p.m.Far East Division II Basketball Tournament Monday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, JapanPool A Yokota 40, Sacred Heart 10 Panthers 9 9 14 8 — 40Symbas 5 4 1 0 — 10Scoring — Panthers: Britney Bailey 10. Rebounding — Panthers: Bailey 13.Edgren 46, Humphreys 6 Blackhawks 2 0 4 0 — 6Eagles 11 12 12 11 — 46Scoring — Eagles: Karen Anastos 13, Ja’la Wade 11.Sacred Heart 33, Humphreys 18 Blackhawks 2 2 8 6 — 18Symbas 14 7 6 6 — 33Scoring — Symbas: Alisa Belitz 10.Yokota 38, Edgren 19 Panthers 10 10 13 5 — 38Eagles 6 2 2 9 — 19Scoring — Panthers: Sally Lambie 10, Jamia Bailey 10. Rebounding — Panthers: B. Bailey 13, Irene Diaz 10.Pool B Osan 37, Daegu 4 Cougars 14 13 4 6 — 37Warriors 0 0 2 2 — 4Scoring — Cougars: Jana Rafi 9Perry 28, Osan 12 Samurai 4 8 10 6 — 28Cougars 6 3 2 1 — 12Scoring — Samurai: Maddie Swieczkowski 10.CAJ 32, Daegu 1 Knights 7 11 10 4 — 32Warriors 1 0 0 0 — 1Pool C Zama 31, King 21 Trojans 11 4 11 5 — 31Cobras 6 2 2 11 — 21Scoring — Trojans: Ally Chiarenza 12. Rebounding — Trojans: Tasia Nelson 9, Chiarenza 6.King 45, Zion Christian 27 Cobras 10 6 13 16 — 45Lions 4 6 12 5 — 27Tuesday's games Osan vs. CAJ, 9 a.m. Zama vs. ZCAI, 9 a.m. Perry vs. Daegu, 9 a.m. ISSH vs. Edgren, 11 a.m. Yokota vs. Humphreys, 11 a.m. Perry vs. CAJ, 11 a.m.


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