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Basketball Boys South KoreaKorean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division Tournament Friday At Taejon Christian International School

Osan 53, Taejon Christian International 47 Osan..... 10 15 13 15—53TCIS..... 15 10 13 9—47Scoring — Osan: Nick White 24, Xavier Hallmon 14; TCIS: Justin Noh 20, Korte Zickefoose 14. Noteworthy — Cougars rallied from early 13-3 deficit.

Yongsan International-Seoul 55, Seoul Foreign 38 YIS-Seoul..... 21 17 16 11—55SFS..... 4 13 6 15—38Scoring — YIS-Seoul: Xavier Sawyer 14, James Bai 11, Chris Yoo 11; SFS: Jeff Kao 6.

Daegu 70, Humphreys 61 Daegu..... 21 13 26 10—70HHS..... 10 6 18 27—61Scoring — Daegu: Will Steele 16, Anfernee Dent 15, Dawud Abdul-Azeez 12, Torian James 10; HHS: Manasseh Nartey 20, Osie Cruz 18, Frank Williams 18.

Seoul American 78, Osan 33 Osan..... 13 8 10 2—33SAHS..... 24 13 19 22—78Scoring — SAHS: Henry Arnold V 17, Deon Johnson 12, Dominique Conley 11, Desmond Daniel 10; Osan: Xavier Hallmon 22. Noteworthy — Mercy rule invoked with 1:33 left.

Daegu 68, Yongsan International 67 YIS-Seoul..... 5 28 19 15-67Daegu..... 19 15 21 13—68Scoring — Daegu: Anfernee Dent 19, Torian James 14, Will Steele 11; YIS-Seoul: Xavier Sawyer 28, Sam Kang 13, James Bai 11. Noteworthy — Devon Green hit game-winning layup with two seconds left for Warriors.

JapanAmerican School In Japan 73, Christian Academy Japan 61 Friday at TokyoCAJ..... 20 15 10 16—61ASIJ..... 22 17 25 14—73Scoring — ASIJ: Brandon Rogers 15, Justin Novak 15, David Hernandez 10; CAJ: Kyle Smoker 14, Si Young Chung 13, Joshua Turner 10. Noteworthy — The teams combined for 21 three-point goals. Defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Mustangs shot 46 percent and made 14 three-pointers by five different players.

Matthew C. Perry 77, Nile C. Kinnick 71, OT Friday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniKinnick..... 13 17 19 18 4—71Perry..... 17 12 16 22 10—77Scoring — MCP: Vincent Ermitano 27, Jarell Davis 21, DeQuandre Bernard 14; Kinnick: Casuan Caudle 19, Jabari Johnson 14, Kyle O’Brien 13, Dymond Simmons 11. Rebounding — MCP: Bernard 16, Davis 11.

Perry 52, E.J. King 43 Friday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniEJK..... 4 12 13 14—43MCP..... 14 12 8 18—52Scoring — MCP: Jon Cadavos 20, Vincent Ermitano 16. Rebounding — MCP: Jarell Davis 10, Cadavos 7, DeQuandre Bernard 6, Ermitano 5.

OkinawaKubasaki 74, Kadena 60 Friday at Camp FosterKadena..... 14 13 15 18—60Kubasaki..... 11 19 22 22—74Scoring — Kubasaki: Nick Ashley 19, Kareem Key 17, DeQuan Alderman 15; Kadena: Kortez Hixon 13, Latrielle Williams 10. Noteworthy—Dragons won the season series 3-1.

Girls South KoreaKorean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division Tournament Friday At Taejon Christian International School

Taejon 37, Osan 32 Osan..... 7 8 8 9—32TCIS..... 11 9 9 8—37Scoring — TCIS: Rin Kim 10; Osan: Andrea Carandang 12.

Seoul American 40, Yongsan International 9 YIS-Seoul..... 2 0 2 5—9SAHS..... 11 6 19 4—40Scoring — SAHS: Nailah Blount 11, Hannah Fredrick 10, Janade Amos 10; YIS-Seoul: Juhee Kim 4.

Seoul Foreign 59, Humphreys 28 SFS..... 21 17 15 6—59HHS..... 5 8 6 9—28Scoring — SFS: Maddie Thies 12; HHS: Ra’mecca Rasun 10.

Seoul American 45, Seoul Foreign 41 SAHS..... 12 10 12 11—45SFS..... 12 9 12 8—41Scoring — SAHS: Janade Amos 13, Glenesha Berryman 11; SFS: Maddie Thies 14.

Daegu 57, Taejon 28 Daegu..... 14 18 14 11—57TCIS..... 8 5 10 5—28Scoring — Daegu: Aaliyah Scott 17, Rheagan Wyche 13, Lari Robertson 12, Taylor Myatt 11; TCIS: Sarah Roberts 6.

OkinawaKadena 57, Kubasaki 55 Friday at Camp FosterKadena..... 13 12 15 17—57Kubasaki..... 9 18 17 11—55Scoring — Kadena: Alicia Vaughan 16, Elva Harris 14, Montaya Jones 11; Kubasaki: Alyah Johnson 12, Leigh Trumble 11. Noteworthy — Panthers win season series for 10th straight season, three games to one.

JapanPerry 26, King 21 Friday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniEJK..... 2 2 10 7—21MCP..... 4 9 6 7—26Scoring — MCP: Ani Erhart 17; EJK: Deb Avalos 13. Rebounding — MCP: Briana Drake 18, Erhart 15. Noteworthy — First win in 14 games for Samurai.

ASIJ 61, CAJ 25 Friday at TokyoCAJ..... 5 6 9 5—25ASIJ..... 17 12 16 16—61Scoring — ASIJ: Liz Thornton 18, Kate Latimore 12; CAJ: Kelly Justiniano 8. Rebounding — ASIJ: Thornton 9, Mia Weinland 8; CAJ: Justiniano 6, Julia Mine 6.

Zama 40, Seisen International 38 Thursday at Camp Zama Quarter splits not available.Scoring — Zama: Ariel Hicks 11; Seisen: Nikita Endo 12, Alex Gordon 11. Rebounding — Seisen: Tina Varkevisser 10, Alex Gordon 9, Nikita Endo 5. Steals — Seisen: Varkevisser 5, Erika Osada 5.


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