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St. Mary's Jihoon Seo and Zama's Curtis Blunt tie each other up in the 148-pound final of Saturday's Kinnick Invitational Tournament. Seo won the bout and the Titans won the team title with 114 points.

St. Mary's Jihoon Seo and Zama's Curtis Blunt tie each other up in the 148-pound final of Saturday's Kinnick Invitational Tournament. Seo won the bout and the Titans won the team title with 114 points. (Shane Hernandez/Special to Stars and Stripes)

St. Mary's Jihoon Seo and Zama's Curtis Blunt tie each other up in the 148-pound final of Saturday's Kinnick Invitational Tournament. Seo won the bout and the Titans won the team title with 114 points.

St. Mary's Jihoon Seo and Zama's Curtis Blunt tie each other up in the 148-pound final of Saturday's Kinnick Invitational Tournament. Seo won the bout and the Titans won the team title with 114 points. (Shane Hernandez/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Callum Marshall of Christian Academy Japan gets Nile C. Kinnick's Darius Swenson on his back in the 158-pound final of Saturday's Kinnick Invitational Tournament.Marshall won the bout and the Knights took third in the tournament with 64 points, while the Red Devils were second with 106.

Callum Marshall of Christian Academy Japan gets Nile C. Kinnick's Darius Swenson on his back in the 158-pound final of Saturday's Kinnick Invitational Tournament.Marshall won the bout and the Knights took third in the tournament with 64 points, while the Red Devils were second with 106. (Shane Hernandez/Special to Stars and Stripes)

St. Mary's three-time Far East champoin Chang Young Lee, bottom, gets Nile C. Kinnick's Mason Smith in a gut-wrench hold for a two-point tilt in the 135-pound final of Saturday's Kinnick Invitational Tournament. Lee won the bout and the Titans edged the Red Devils for the team title 114-106.

St. Mary's three-time Far East champoin Chang Young Lee, bottom, gets Nile C. Kinnick's Mason Smith in a gut-wrench hold for a two-point tilt in the 135-pound final of Saturday's Kinnick Invitational Tournament. Lee won the bout and the Titans edged the Red Devils for the team title 114-106. (Shane Hernandez/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Guam High's Khalid Volious goes up for the ball against Father Duenas' Rudy Gaza during Saturday's Guam boys game. The Friars downed the Panthers 52-41, just the second loss in seven games for Guam.

Guam High's Khalid Volious goes up for the ball against Father Duenas' Rudy Gaza during Saturday's Guam boys game. The Friars downed the Panthers 52-41, just the second loss in seven games for Guam. (Emma Sheedy/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Guam High's Juan King Jr. looks back over his shoulder at a loose ball while surrounded by Father Duenas  players during Saturday's Guam boys game. The Friars downed the Panthers 52-41, just the second loss in seven games for Guam.

Guam High's Juan King Jr. looks back over his shoulder at a loose ball while surrounded by Father Duenas players during Saturday's Guam boys game. The Friars downed the Panthers 52-41, just the second loss in seven games for Guam. (Emma Sheedy/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Wrestling JapanNile C. Kinnick Invitational Tournament Saturday at Yokosuka Naval BaseSt. Mary’s 114, Kinnick 106, Christian Academy Japan 64, Yokota 34, E.J. King 19, American School In Japan 16, Robert D. Edgren 12, Zama 9, Matthew C. Perry 5 101 — 1, Caleb Heino, Yokota; 2, Ira Kadet, ASIJ; 3, Aaryan Batra, St. Mary’s; 4, Tai Van Dam, CAJ.108 — 1, Jong Pyeong Lee, St. Mary’s; 2, Charlie Labata, Kinnick; 3, Austin Grimes, Yokota; 4, Joe Frazier, CAJ.115 — 1, Chon Dareing, Kinnick; 2, Tatsuhito Matsumoto, St. Mary’s; 3, Jordan Van Druff, CAJ; 4, William Krcelic, St. Mary’s.122 — 1, Lucas Wirth, Kinnick; 2, Kai Atobe, St. Mary’s; 3, TeVeon Jones, EJK; 4, Vithal Palrwara, St. Mary’s.129 — 1, Devoney Stanley, Kinnick; 2, Kento Nakamichi, Kinnick; 3, Tatsuo, Tanaka, St. Mary’s; 4, Nishant Chanda, St. Mary’s.135 — 1, Chang Young Lee, St. Mary’s; 2, Mason Smith, Kinnick; 3, Rin Zoot, ASIJ; 4, Michael Hoffman, Yokota.141 — 1, Ryo Osawa, St. Mary’s; 2, Nathan Bolinger, CAJ; 3, Kameron Leon Guerrero, Kinnick; 4, Josiah Balona, CAJ.148 — 1, Jihoon Seo, St. Mary’s; 2, Curtis Blunt, Zama; 3, Willem Van Dam, CAJ; 4, Logan Lumabas, EJK.158 — 1, Callum Marshall, CAJ; 2, Darius Swenson, Kinnick; 3, Austin Koslow, St. Mary’s; 4, Yamato Satho, Noda.168 — 1, JinHwi Park, CAJ; 2, Mitchell Krcelic, St. Mary’s; 3, Austin Adkins, EJK; 4, Marl Macato, Kinnick.180 — 1, Dwayne Lyon, Kinnick; 2, Alex Patton, St. Mary’s; 3, Lawrence Yamaguchi, CAJ; 4, Joshua Peche, Yokota.215 — 1, Patrick Sledge, Edgren; 2, Shane Koslow, St. Mary’s; 3, Cameron Joley, Kinnick; 4, Marshall China, MCP.Heavyweight — 1, Mark Domery, Kinnick; 2, John Cowart, Kinnick; 3, Kaedon Denton, Kinnick; 4, Xander Debus, Yokota.

Basketball Boys South KoreaHumphreys 67, Taejon Christian 51 Saturday at DaejeonBlackhawks 19 14 22 12 — 67Dragons 10 11 15 15 — 51Scoring — Blackhawks: Jackson Taylor 18, Nate Hellams 15, Tyrell Alexander 13, Jalen Hill 10; Dragons: Richard Redfern 20. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Taylor 13, Hill 8, Hellams 6. Assists — Blackhawks: Da’Shun Cline 7, Steals — Blackhawks: Brice Bulotovich 7, Taylor 6.Seoul American 75, Daegu 40 Saturday at Yongsan GarrisonWarriors 5 10 10 15 — 40Falcons 24 21 12 18 — 75Scoring — Falcons: Levi Johnson 15, Quintin Metcalf 12, DeAndre Metcalf 10; Warriors: Elijah Benbischew 11. Rebounding — Falcons: D. Metcalf 10, Johnson 10, Sam Broach 10, Q. Metcalf 9. Assists — Falcons: Willie Grandison 5, Caleb Lee 5. Blocked shots — Falcons: Johnson 4.Seoul Foreign 70, Osan 32 Saturday at Osan Air BaseCrusaders 16 25 24 5 — 70Cougars 4 10 11 7 — 32Scoring — Crusaders: Paul Yoon 20, Jackie Bharwaney 15; Cougars: Cameron Jones 12, Justin Maglalang 10.

Okinawa11th Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament Saturday at Camp Foster Pool playNaha Kokusai 27, Kubasaki 13 Naha Kokusai 12 10 2 3 — 27Dragons 0 4 2 7 — 13Scoring — Dragons: Jonathan Baker 4.Urasoe 34, Kadena 31 Panthers 12 4 9 6 — 31Urasoe 2 7 12 13 — 34Scoring — Panthers: Jahron Mitchell 10.Oroku 39, Kadena 38 Panthers 11 8 12 7 — 38Oroku 7 6 4 22 — 39Scoring — Panthers: Eugene Robinson 10.Kubasaki 29, Kitanakagusuku 25 Dragons 4 8 10 7 — 29Kitanaka 9 6 2 8 — 25Scoring — Dragons: Elonzo Higginson III 8. Rebounding — Dragons: Ilijah Washington 8, Baker 5. PlayoffsNaha Kokusai 48, Kadena 41 Naha Kokusai 15 9 11 13 — 48Panthers 6 3 11 21 — 41Scoring — Panthers: Mitchell 10, Jordan Valerio 10. Noteworthy — Panthers relegated to consolation round, will face Urasoe at 9 a.m. Sunday.Kubasaki 77, Urasoe 69 Dragons 25 11 22 19 — 77Urasoe 20 16 16 17 — 69Scoring — Dragons: Washington 19, Higginson 16. Rebounding — Dragons: Washington 15, Higginson 13, Xavier Carmouche 13. Noteworthy — Dragons advance and will face Naha Kokusai at 9 a.m. Sunday.

GuamFather Duenas 52, Guam High 41 Saturday at MangilaoPanthers 6 14 14 7 — 41Friars 10 16 14 12 — 52Scoring — Panthers: Robert Kranz 15. Rebounding — Panthers: Khalid Volious 10, Kranz 8.

JapanZama 71, Edgren 67 Saturday at Misawa Air BaseTrojans 19 16 11 25 — 71Eagles 12 13 25 17 — 67Scoring — Trojans: Cameron Waters-Daniels 22, Jeremiah Stewart 16; Eagles: Jun Doria 26, Roman Perez 16. Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniKing 50, Noda Gakuen 19 Cobras 14 13 18 5 — 50Noda 8 3 6 2 — 19Scoring — Cobras: Elijah Dannel 11, Seth Hudson 11.Perry 52, Noda Gakuen 35 Samurai 20 20 10 2 — 52Noda 7 13 9 6 — 35Scoring — Samurai: Chad Schuch 14, Garrett Macias 11. Rebounding — Samurai: Schuch 7, Macias 6.Matthew C. Perry 90, Tabuse-Noko 70 Quarter splits not available. Scoring — Samurai: Ronald Marshall 17, Macias 16, Jaden Scott 14, Schuch 10. Rebounding — Samurai: Marshall 9, Scott 7.

Girls South KoreaTaejon Christian 27, Humphreys 23 Saturday at DaejeonBlackhawks 6 4 3 10 — 23Dragons 10 8 4 5 — 27Scoring — Blackhawks: Jaedyn Jones 10. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Dai’Jonnai Smith 12, Tyra Harris 12.Seoul American 61, Daegu 23 Saturday at Yongsan GarrisonWarriors 3 8 5 7 — 23Falcons 12 21 15 13 — 61Scoring — Falcons: Krista Bradley 23, Sierra Furner 17, Jayla Crawford 15; Warriors: Mylisse Spurgon 17. Rebounding — Falcons: Furner 11, Crawford 6.Seoul Foreign 51, Osan 37 Saturday at Osan Air BaseCrusaders 10 6 12 23 — 51Cougars 9 11 11 6 — 37Scoring — Crusaders: Gia Kang 25, Mischa Kim 14. Rebounding — Crusaders: Kang 18, Kim 16.

Okinawa11th Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament Saturday at Camp Foster Pool playFutenma 49, Kubasaki 13 Futenma 14 9 12 14 — 49Dragons 3 5 5 0 — 13Scoring — Dragons: Chloe’ Stevens 9.Kadena 35, Maehara 23 Panthers 13 7 6 9 — 35Maehara 4 3 8 8 — 23Scoring — Panthers: Saj McBurrows 20.Maehara 41, Kubasaki 27 Dragons 8 4 9 6 — 27Maehara 9 9 16 7 — 41Futenma 43, Kadena 25 Panthers 5 8 4 8 — 25Futenma 13 12 8 10 — 43Scoring — Panthers: Rhamsey Wyche 11, Linda Vaughan 10. PlayoffsKoza 61, Kubasaki 24 Dragons 4 10 0 10 — 24Koza 17 13 18 13 — 61Scoring — Dragons: Stevens 13. Noteworthy — Dragons relegated to consolation round, will face Kitanakagusuku at noon Sunday.Kadena 50, Kitanakagusuku 43 Kitanaka 12 13 13 5 — 43Panthers 16 10 16 8 — 50Scoring — Panthers: Wyche 16, Isabel Tayag 12. Noteworthy — Panthers advance, will face Koza at 10:30 a.m. Sunday.

JapanEdgren 44, Zama 27 Saturday at Misawa Air BaseTrojans 5 6 8 8 — 27Eagles 7 5 14 18 — 44Scoring — Eagles: Coko Magby 14. Rebounding — Eagles: Magby 13, Ja’la Wade 13. Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniPerry 29, Noda Gakuen 13 Noda 4 6 0 3 — 13Samurai 3 10 1 15 — 29Scoring — Samurai: Lebet Erhart 8. Noteworthy — Samurai used fourth-quarter press to break game open.Tabuse-Noko 80, King 52 Tabuse-Noko 6 33 20 21 — 80Cobras 12 8 13 19 — 52Scoring — Cobras: Zanitta Boyd 18, Ariel Horton 12, Gabi Shultz 11.


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