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Yokota's Kishaun Kimble-Brooks shoots past Humphreys' Jalen Hill during Tuesday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division II Tournament. The Panthers won the rematch of last year's final 55-53.

Yokota's Kishaun Kimble-Brooks shoots past Humphreys' Jalen Hill during Tuesday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division II Tournament. The Panthers won the rematch of last year's final 55-53. (Jack Higbee/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Yokota's Kishaun Kimble-Brooks shoots past Humphreys' Jalen Hill during Tuesday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division II Tournament. The Panthers won the rematch of last year's final 55-53.

Yokota's Kishaun Kimble-Brooks shoots past Humphreys' Jalen Hill during Tuesday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division II Tournament. The Panthers won the rematch of last year's final 55-53. (Jack Higbee/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Yokota's Renyck Robertson fights his way through Humphreys' Jalen Hill and Nate Hellams to shoot during Tuesday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division II Tournament. The Panthers won the rematch of last year's final 55-53.

Yokota's Renyck Robertson fights his way through Humphreys' Jalen Hill and Nate Hellams to shoot during Tuesday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division II Tournament. The Panthers won the rematch of last year's final 55-53. (Jack Higbee/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Yokota's Hunter Cort goes up for a shot against Humphreys' Jackson Taylor as Blackhawks teammates Da'Shun Cline and Nate Hellams watch during Tuesday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division II Tournament. The Panthers won the rematch of last year's final 55-53.

Yokota's Hunter Cort goes up for a shot against Humphreys' Jackson Taylor as Blackhawks teammates Da'Shun Cline and Nate Hellams watch during Tuesday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division II Tournament. The Panthers won the rematch of last year's final 55-53. (Jack Higbee/Special to Stars and Stripes)

American School In Japan's Koki Wiley glides up for a shot between Nile C. Kinnick defenders Gage Henderson and Kedrick Stockman during Tuesday's quarterfinal game in the Far East Boys Division I Basketball Tournament. The Mustangs beat the Red Devils 66-38.

American School In Japan's Koki Wiley glides up for a shot between Nile C. Kinnick defenders Gage Henderson and Kedrick Stockman during Tuesday's quarterfinal game in the Far East Boys Division I Basketball Tournament. The Mustangs beat the Red Devils 66-38. (Jessica Bidwell/Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's K.J. Caver leaps for a shot past three Zion Christian defenders during Tuesday's quarterfinal game in the Far East Boys Division I Basketball Tournament. The Panthers beat the Lions 76-54.

Kadena's K.J. Caver leaps for a shot past three Zion Christian defenders during Tuesday's quarterfinal game in the Far East Boys Division I Basketball Tournament. The Panthers beat the Lions 76-54. (Jessica Bidwell/Stars and Stripes)

Zion Christian's Carlton Furman goes to the hoop between Justin Wilson and Eugene Robinson of Kadena during Tuesday's quarterfinal game in the Far East Boys Division I Basketball Tournament. The Panthers beat the Lions 76-54.

Zion Christian's Carlton Furman goes to the hoop between Justin Wilson and Eugene Robinson of Kadena during Tuesday's quarterfinal game in the Far East Boys Division I Basketball Tournament. The Panthers beat the Lions 76-54. (Jessica Bidwell/Stars and Stripes)

American School In Japan's Tyler Evert drives to the basket against Nile C. Kinnick's Bryan Hunt during Tuesday's quarterfinal game in the Far East Boys Division I Basketball Tournament. The Mustangs beat the Red Devils 66-38.

American School In Japan's Tyler Evert drives to the basket against Nile C. Kinnick's Bryan Hunt during Tuesday's quarterfinal game in the Far East Boys Division I Basketball Tournament. The Mustangs beat the Red Devils 66-38. (Jessica Bidwell/Stars and Stripes)

Nile C. Kinnick's Rashad Rapada, left, goes up for a shot against Mark Nishida of American School In Japan during Tuesday's quarterfinal game in the Far East Boys Division I Basketball Tournament. The Mustangs beat the Red Devils 66-38.

Nile C. Kinnick's Rashad Rapada, left, goes up for a shot against Mark Nishida of American School In Japan during Tuesday's quarterfinal game in the Far East Boys Division I Basketball Tournament. The Mustangs beat the Red Devils 66-38. (Jessica Bidwell/Stars and Stripes)

Humphreys' Brice Bulotovich skies for a shot past Yokota's Cody Rowan, Hunter Cort and Kishaun Kimble-Brooks during Tuesday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division II Tournament. The Panthers won the rematch of last year's final 55-53.

Humphreys' Brice Bulotovich skies for a shot past Yokota's Cody Rowan, Hunter Cort and Kishaun Kimble-Brooks during Tuesday's pool-play game in the Far East Boys Division II Tournament. The Panthers won the rematch of last year's final 55-53. (Jack Higbee/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Basketball BoysFar East Division I Basketball Tournament Tuesday at Camp Foster, OkinawaPool A American School of Bangkok 70, Zion Christian 39 Eagles 30 21 8 11 — 70Lions 12 12 14 5 — 39Scoring — Eagles: Hank Huang 23, Jalen Lomax 15, Mum Rattanawiwatatpong 10; Lions: Dakota Smith 17, Zechariah Jones 13.American School In Japan 67, Kubasaki 51 Mustangs 14 11 29 13 — 67Dragons 13 16 9 13 — 51Scoring — Mustangs: Koki Wiley 23; Dragons: Elonzo Higginson III 14, Jonathan Baker 13, Ilijah Washington 11.Pool B Kadena 77, Nile C. Kinnick 74 Red Devils 12 20 23 19 — 74Panthers 18 15 24 20 — 77Scoring — Panthers: Justin Wilson 31, Jahron Mitchell 15, Alec Peel 11; Red Devils: Jacob Germany 18, Rashad Rapada 15, Gage Henderson 10. Rebounding — Panthers: Wilson 7; Red Devils: Davion Roberts 8, Henderson 5.Seoul American 72, St. Mary’s 54 Falcons 15 27 21 9 — 72Titans 11 16 15 12 — 54Scoring — Falcons: Quintin Metcalf 37, Willie Grandison 17; Titans: Ken Asai 15, Thomas Wood 12. Rebounding — Falcons: Metcalf 11. Assists — Falcons: Donnavan Scott 5. Steals — Falcons: Joshua Nix 5.Single-elimination playoffs ASIJ 66, Kinnick 38 Red Devils 8 8 12 10 — 38Mustangs 20 17 20 9 — 66Scoring — Mustangs: Wiley 24, Tyler Evert 10, Ray Shino 10; Red Devils: Henderson 15. Rebounding — Mustangs: Ian McGuire 10, Jack Latimore 9, Evert 6, Wiley 6; Red Devils: Henderson 7, Roberts 5.Seoul 82, Kubasaki 64 Dragons 5 17 19 23 — 64Falcons 14 20 23 25 — 82Scoring — Falcons: Q. Metcalf 24, DeAndre Metcalf 20, Nix 11; Dragons: Higginson 23, Dylan Canlas 15, Baker 12. Rebounding — Falcons: Q. Metcalf 20, D. Metcalf 10. Assists — Falcons: Grandison 7, Nix 5. Steals — Falcons: Q. Metcalf 6. Blocked shots — Falcons: Q. Metcalf 4. Noteworthy — Falcons end Dragons’ two-year title reign.ASB 53, St. Mary’s 52 Eagles 14 14 14 11 — 53Titans 10 19 12 11 — 52Scoring — Eagles: Wei Huang 25, H. Huang 11; Titans: Wood 28, Asai 15. Noteworthy — Hank Huang hit the game-winning free throw with 3.3 seconds left.Kadena 76, Zion Christian 54 Panthers 22 18 18 18 — 76Lions 12 12 14 16 — 54Scoring — Panthers: J.J. Daniels 15, Casey Coy 14, Wilson 13, Nick Laney 12; Lions: Smith 23, Sean Delawder 10.Wednesday’s games Kinnick vs. Kubasaki, 9 a.m. St. Mary’s vs. Zion, 9 a.m. ASIJ vs. Seoul, noon. ASB vs. Kadena, 3 p.m. St. Mary’s-Zion winner vs. ASIJ-Seoul loser, 6 p.m.Far East Division II Basketball Tournament Tuesday at Yokota Air Base, JapanPool A E.J. King 79, Robert D. Edgren 51 Cobras 25 20 17 27 — 79Eagles 10 15 12 14 — 51Scoring — Cobras: Devin Robinson 24, Dyson Robinson 19, Cameron Rozzell 11, Seth Hudson 11; Eagles: Jun Doria 23, Christian Enyeart 13.Daegu 66, Christian Academy Japan 58, OT Warriors 11 10 11 22 12 — 66Knights 12 13 16 13 4 — 58Scoring — Warriors: Bishop Fields 20, Keith Williams 19, Kevin Williams 14, Jarvis Stokes 10; Knights: Damilola Mosaku 20. Noteworthy — Keith Williams had 17 of his points in the second half and overtime; Kevin Williams hit four overtime foul shots.Edgren 40, Matthew C. Perry 31 Samurai 2 7 8 14 — 31Eagles 10 8 10 12 — 40Scoring — Eagles: Doria 15, Enyeart 11; Samurai: Garrett Macias 12.Perry 45, CAJ 38 Knights 6 7 13 12 — 38Samurai 5 15 11 14 — 45Scoring — Samurai: Jon Armijo 11; Knights: Joshua May 10.Pool B Humphreys 72, Osan 41 Blackhawks 14 21 25 12 — 72Cougars 15 14 6 6 — 41Scoring — Blackhawks: Jalen Hill 23, Brice Bulotovich 17, Nate Hellams 14; Cougars: Darius Dawson 14, Cameron Jones 11.Yokota 65, Okinawa Christian 37 Crusaders 8 9 10 10 — 37Panthers 19 22 9 15 — 65Scoring — Panthers: Hunter Cort 17, Renyck Robertson 10; Crusaders: Mark Lueder 12.Zama 56, Osan 46 Trojans 7 4 21 24 — 56Cougars 10 8 17 11 — 46Scoring — Trojans: Cameron Waters-Daniels 19, Hikari Nakamura 14; Cougars: Dawson 25.Okinawa Christian 82, Zama 74 Crusaders 23 11 20 28 — 82Trojans 8 18 26 22 — 74Scoring — Crusaders: Lueder 28, Freddie Hatch 17, Kenny Ishida 14; Trojans: Nakamura 20.Yokota 55, Humphreys 53 Blackhawks 15 15 16 7 — 53Panthers 19 13 11 12 — 55Scoring — Panthers: Robertson 23, Kishaun Kimble-Brooks 12; Blackhawks: Hellams 22, Jackson Taylor 12. Noteworthy -- Panthers win rematch of 2016 championship.Wednesday’s games Single-elimination playoffs Zama vs. CAJ, 8 a.m. Edgren vs. Osan, 9:30 a.m. Humphreys vs. Edgren, 1 p.m. Daegu vs. OCSI, 2:30 p.m.Semifinals King vs. Zama-CAJ winner, 4 p.m. Yokota vs. Edgren-Osan winner, 5:30 p.m.

GuamGuam High 47, Okkodo 40 Tuesday at Agana HeightsBulldogs 11 13 9 7—40Panthers 11 9 6 21—47Scoring — Panthers: Robert Kranz 13, Juan King Jr. 12. Rebounding — Panthers: Khalid Volious 10, Kranz 9, E.J. Williams 7.

GirlsFar East Division I Basketball Tournament Tuesday at Camp Foster, OkinawaKadena 34, ASIJ 27 Panthers 9 11 7 7 — 34Mustangs 6 11 4 6 — 27Scoring — Panthers: Rhamsey Wyche 16; Mustangs: Grace Wallrapp 8, Allie Rogers 8.ASB 31, Kinnick 28 Red Devils 4 7 10 7 — 28Eagles 9 11 5 6 — 31Scoring — Eagles: Shanique Lucas 18; Red Devils: Dallas Carter 9. Rebounding — Eagles: Neeltje Hendriske 7; Red Devils: Carter 9.Kubasaki 28, Seoul 21 Dragons 7 8 6 7 — 28Falcons 3 10 5 3 — 21Scoring — Dragons: Chloe Stevens 11; Falcons: Krista Bradley 12.ASIJ 40, ASB 34 Mustangs 13 8 9 10 — 40Eagles 9 13 6 6 — 34Scoring — Mustangs: Wallrapp 21; Eagles: Keisharna Lucas 23.Kinnick 31, Kubasaki 9 Red Devils 9 5 10 7 — 31Dragons 1 6 2 0 — 9Scoring — Red Devils: Taylor Cobb 7; Dragons: Da’Zha Loney 3.Kadena 40, Seoul 23 Panthers 14 6 6 14 — 40Falcons 6 4 10 3 — 23Scoring — Panthers: Wyche 19; Falcons: Jayla Crawford 10.Single-elimination playoffs Kinnick 33, Kubasaki 16 Red Devils 5 11 14 3 — 33Dragons 3 8 0 5 — 16Scoring — Red Devils: Venus Hill 15; Dragons: Stevens 11.ASB 46, Seoul 30 Falcons 11 4 4 11 — 30Eagles 9 18 9 10 — 46Scoring — Eagles: S. Lucas 16; Falcons: Bradley 8.Wednesday’s games Kadena vs. Kinnick, 9 a.m. ASIJ vs. ASB, 10:30 a.m. Seoul vs. Kadena-Kinnick loser, 1:30 p.m. Kubasaki vs. ASIJ-ASB loser, 4:30 p.m.Far East Division II Basketball Tournament Tuesday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, JapanPool A Yokota 34, Humphreys 5 Blackhawks 0 0 3 2 — 5Panthers 11 7 8 8 — 34Scoring — Panthers: Britney Bailey 10.Edgren 53, Sacred Heart 25 Eagles 14 4 18 17 — 53Symbas 5 6 10 4 — 25Scoring — Eagles: Coko Magby 16, Karen Anastos 15, Ja’la Wade 13; Symbas: Karin Kosugi 7.Pool B Perry 40, Daegu 9 Samurai 17 4 11 8 — 40Warriors 3 4 2 0 — 9Scoring — Samurai: Lebet Erhart 10.Osan 24, CAJ 21, OT Cougars 3 8 6 4 3 — 24Knights 4 5 10 2 0 — 21Scoring — Cougars: Natalyah Shaw 9. Rebounding — Knights: Julia Fleming 7, Rachel Bedow 5.Perry 22, CAJ 15 Samurai 6 2 4 10 — 22Knights 0 6 6 3 — 15Scoring — Samurai: Devon Shuman 12. Rebounding — Knights: Fleming 8, Bedow 6, Yeonjoo Kim 5.Pool C Zama 45, Zion Christian 10 Trojans 13 16 9 8 — 45Lions 3 3 2 2 — 10Scoring — Trojans: Ally Chiarenza 16.Single-elimination playoffs Zion Christian 43, Humphreys 31 Blackhawks 7 7 7 10 — 31Lions 4 12 11 16 — 43Scoring — Blackhawks: Jaedyn Jones 16. Steals — Blackhawks: Jones 8.King 29, CAJ 28, OT Knights 0 8 8 8 4 — 28Cobras 7 6 4 7 5 — 29Scoring — Cobras: Gabi Shultz 12.Sacred Heart 44, Daegu 14 Warriors 4 0 7 3 — 14Symbas 6 12 14 12 — 44Scoring — Symbas: Alisa Belitz 22, Kosugi 12; Warriors: Mylissa Spurgon 10. Rebounding — Symbas: Belitz 5.Edgren 52, Osan 27 Cougars 8 2 10 7 — 27Eagles 14 15 12 11 — 52Scoring — Eagles: Wade 12, Anastos 12; Cougars: Shaw 12.Wednesday’s games Perry vs. Zion, 9 a.m. Yokota vs. King, 9 a.m. Zama vs. Sacred Heart, 9 a.m. Zion vs. CAJ, 10:30 a.m. Daegu vs. Osan, 10:30 a.m. Perry-Zion loser vs. Zama-Sacred Heart loser, 10:30 a.m. Zion-CAJ winner vs. Daegu-Osan winner, 3 p.m. Yokota-King loser vs. TBD, 3 p.m.Semifinals Edgren vs. Perry-Zion winner, 1 p.m. Yokota-King winner vs. Zama-Sacred Heart winner, 1 p.m.

Softball GuamGuam High 10, George Washington 2 Tuesday at MangilaoPanthers 011 230 3 — 10Geckos 101 000 0 — 2 Completion of originally scheduled Feb. 1 game suspended by rainW — Abby Mravlja 7 IP (2 H, 2 R, 4 BB, 14 SO); L — Samantha Quinata 7 IP (5 H, 10 R, 3 HP, 9 BB, 3 SO). Batting — Panthers: Kaylee Camacho 2-4 (2 RBI).


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