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Yokota's Kimaya Morgan tries to pass against Zama's Jessica Atkinson during Friday's DODEA-Japan girls semifinal, won by the Trojans 68-37.
Yokota's Kimaya Morgan tries to pass against Zama's Jessica Atkinson during Friday's DODEA-Japan girls semifinal, won by the Trojans 68-37. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Kimaya Morgan tries to pass against Zama's Jessica Atkinson during Friday's DODEA-Japan girls semifinal, won by the Trojans 68-37.
Yokota's Kimaya Morgan tries to pass against Zama's Jessica Atkinson during Friday's DODEA-Japan girls semifinal, won by the Trojans 68-37. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Keiya Carlson defends against Zama's Chloe Sterling during Friday's DODEA-Japan girls semifinal, won by the Trojans 68-37.
Yokota's Keiya Carlson defends against Zama's Chloe Sterling during Friday's DODEA-Japan girls semifinal, won by the Trojans 68-37. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Keiya Carlson shoots against Zama's Fabiola Ayala-Rivera during Friday's DODEA-Japan girls semifinal, won by the Trojans 68-37.
Yokota's Keiya Carlson shoots against Zama's Fabiola Ayala-Rivera during Friday's DODEA-Japan girls semifinal, won by the Trojans 68-37. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Hana Robbins finds herself bottled up by Zama's Jalina Colar and Jessica Atkinson during Friday's DODEA-Japan girls semifinal, won by the Trojans 68-37.
Yokota's Hana Robbins finds herself bottled up by Zama's Jalina Colar and Jessica Atkinson during Friday's DODEA-Japan girls semifinal, won by the Trojans 68-37. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Robert D. Edgren's Destiny Jagers finds herself bottled up by Nile C. Kinnick's Cassi Boyer and Madelyn Gallo during Friday's DODEA-Japan girls semifinal, won by the Red Devils 47-18.
Robert D. Edgren's Destiny Jagers finds herself bottled up by Nile C. Kinnick's Cassi Boyer and Madelyn Gallo during Friday's DODEA-Japan girls semifinal, won by the Red Devils 47-18. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Kiana Johnson and Robert D. Edgren's Naomi Andrews cannot find the handle on the ball during Friday's DODEA-Japan girls semifinal, won by the Red Devils 47-18.
Nile C. Kinnick's Kiana Johnson and Robert D. Edgren's Naomi Andrews cannot find the handle on the ball during Friday's DODEA-Japan girls semifinal, won by the Red Devils 47-18. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
E.J. King's James Meacham drives past Zama's Terrance Ward and Chandler Platt during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys semifinal, won by the Trojans 62-53.
E.J. King's James Meacham drives past Zama's Terrance Ward and Chandler Platt during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys semifinal, won by the Trojans 62-53. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Zama's Chandler Platt tries to navigate between E.J. King's Jalen Nall and Tsuyoshi Kemp during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys semifinal, won by the Trojans 62-53.
Zama's Chandler Platt tries to navigate between E.J. King's Jalen Nall and Tsuyoshi Kemp during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys semifinal, won by the Trojans 62-53. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Zama's Kalil Irby shoots over E.J. King's Marcus Schrader and Jalen Nall during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys semifinal, won by the Trojans 62-53.
Zama's Kalil Irby shoots over E.J. King's Marcus Schrader and Jalen Nall during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys semifinal, won by the Trojans 62-53. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Zama's Keshawn McNeill and Chandler Platt sandwich E.J. King's Tsuyoshi Kemp going for a rebound during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys semifinal, won by the Trojans 62-53.
Zama's Keshawn McNeill and Chandler Platt sandwich E.J. King's Tsuyoshi Kemp going for a rebound during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys semifinal, won by the Trojans 62-53. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Marcus Berrette heads to the basket with Nile C. Kinnick's James Mincey, Ethan Yuska and Tristan Venturina in trail during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys semifinal, won by the Red Devils 68-64.
Yokota's Marcus Berrette heads to the basket with Nile C. Kinnick's James Mincey, Ethan Yuska and Tristan Venturina in trail during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys semifinal, won by the Red Devils 68-64. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Tijari Marshall pulls a rebound away from Yokota's Connor Rowan and Mickey Galvin during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys semifinal, won by the Red Devils 68-64.
Nile C. Kinnick's Tijari Marshall pulls a rebound away from Yokota's Connor Rowan and Mickey Galvin during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys semifinal, won by the Red Devils 68-64. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Corey Hollingsworth snags a rebound over Yokota's Marcus Berrette, Connor Rowan and Mickey Galvin during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys semifinal, won by the Red Devils 68-64.
Nile C. Kinnick's Corey Hollingsworth snags a rebound over Yokota's Marcus Berrette, Connor Rowan and Mickey Galvin during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys semifinal, won by the Red Devils 68-64. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's James Mincey drives past Yokota's Connor Rowan for a shot during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys semifinal, won by the Red Devils 68-64.
Nile C. Kinnick's James Mincey drives past Yokota's Connor Rowan for a shot during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys semifinal, won by the Red Devils 68-64. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's C.J. Canada slaps the ball away from Nile C. Kinnick's Ethan Yuska during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys semifinal, won by the Red Devils 68-64.
Yokota's C.J. Canada slaps the ball away from Nile C. Kinnick's Ethan Yuska during Friday's DODEA-Japan boys semifinal, won by the Red Devils 68-64. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

High school

Basketball Boys OkinawaKadena 64, Kubasaki 39 Friday at Kadena Air BaseDragons 12 10 7 10—39Panthers 18 12 20 14—64Scoring — Panthers: Blake Dearborn 22, Jon-Michael Hall II 16, Tristan Higginson 12, Casey Cox 10. Rebounding — Panthers: Dearborn 12. Assists — Panthers: Cox 9. Noteworthy — Panthers swept the regular-season series with the Dragons.

JapanDODEA-Japan Tournament Friday at Yokota Air BaseSingle-elimination playoffs Quarterfinals Zama 71, Robert D. Edgren 52 Eagles 16 13 10 13 — 52Trojans 23 10 14 24 — 71Scoring — Trojans: Murray Gillerson 23, Kalil Irby 16, Terrance Ward 13, Keshawn McNeill 10; Eagles: Dylan Tomas 14, Nasir Sales 13, Shamar Parnell 10. Noteworthy — Gillerson hit five three-point goals and Ward scored seven fourth-quarter points.Yokota 64, Matthew C. Perry 40 Samurai 11 4 6 19 — 40Panthers 18 17 18 11 — 64Scoring — Panthers: Connor Rowan 17, Ricky DeFazio 12, Marcus Berrette 10; Samurai: Shion Fleming 23. Noteworthy — Rowan had nine second-quarter points and Fleming 11 fourth-quarter points.Semifinals Zama 62, E.J. King 53 Cobras 10 15 10 18 — 53Trojans 15 14 15 18 — 62Scoring — Trojans: Chandler Platt 18, Irby 13, Ward 11; Cobras: Jalen Nall 21, James Meacham 17. Noteworthy — The teams traded the lead six times in the second half. Nall hit four three-point goals.Nile C. Kinnick 68, Yokota 64 Red Devils 20 13 20 15 — 68Panthers 11 23 16 14 — 64Scoring — Red Devils: Corey Hollingsworth 18, Darryl Williams 16, James Mincey 11; Panthers: David Carlson 21, DeFazio 18, Rowan 12. Noteworthy — The game featured four lead changes. Hollingsworth had nine first-quarter points for the Red Devils. Carlson scored all of his points on three-pointers and DeFazio hit four three-point goals for the Panthers.Saturday’s games Fifth Edgren vs. Perry, 9:30 a.m.Third King vs. Yokota, 12:30 p.m.Championship Zama vs. Kinnick, 3:30 p.m.

Girls OkinawaKadena 48, Kubasaki 19 Friday at Kadena Air BaseDragons 6 6 1 6 — 19Panthers 14 9 12 13 — 48Scoring — Panthers: Kyleigh Wright 10; Dragons: Ari Gieseck 12. Rebounding — Panthers: Wright 10, Lydia Rice 5; Dragons: Gieseck 10. Steals — Panthers: Gracie Okubo 6. Noteworthy — Panthers swept the regular-season series.

JapanDODEA-Japan Tournament Friday at Yokota Air BaseSingle-elimination playoffs Quarterfinals Yokota 59, King 10 Cobras 3 0 2 5 — 10Panthers 28 14 9 8 — 59Scoring — Panthers: Kimaya Morgan 19, Jaya Walker 10, Emily Taynton 10; Cobras: Ellen May 5.Edgren 40, Perry 13 Samurai 2 2 3 6 — 13Eagles 8 11 19 2 — 40Scoring — Eagles: Shakayla Ray 12, Naomi Andrews 10; Samurai: Jai Asprer 6.Semifinals Zama 68, Yokota 37 Trojans 17 18 25 8 — 68Panthers 7 8 10 12 — 37Scoring — Trojans: Chloe Sterling 34, Kirari Smith 12, Jessica Atkinson 10; Panthers: Walker 12, Keiya Carlson 12. Noteworthy — Smith had all of her points in the first half. Carlson scored all her points on three-point goals.Kinnick 47, Edgren 18 Red Devils 21 14 6 17 — 47Eagles 3 6 6 3 — 18Scoring — Red Devils: Ernestina Roberts 10, Cassi Boyer 10; Eagles: Ray 9. Rebounding — Red Devils: Kiana Johnson 18, Dana White 10. Assists — Red Devils: Roberts 5. Steals — Red Devils: Roberts 8, Johnson 5.Saturday’s games Fifth King vs. Perry, 8 a.m.Third Yokota vs. Edgren, 11 a.m.Championship Zama vs. Kinnick, 2 p.m.Seisen 48, Christian Academy Japan 45 Thursday at TokyoKnights 8 12 12 13 — 45Phoenix 8 12 11 17 — 48Scoring — Phoenix: Sarah Atanacio 13, Lisa Purcell 13; Knights: Ana Stoesz 14. Rebounding — Phoenix: Purcell 9. Assists — Phoenix: Atanacio 5.

Tennis GuamThursday at HagatnaBoys St. John’s 22, Guam High 22 Singles Marshall Zhang, SJS, def. John Ebler 8-0; Joshua Bamba, GHS, def. William Su 8-5.Doubles Justin Josepa and Allan Choi, SJS, def. Thomas Haas and Chris Chittim 8-6; Luke Magrath and Trevor Dill, GHS, def. Brian Chan and Daniel Chong 8-1.Girls St. John’s 29, Guam 15 Singles Mandarava Jamyangling-Kawasaki, GHS, def. Kaia Malakooti 8-4; Aprile Kim, SJS, def. Makayla Hobson 8-0.Doubles Michelle Onejeme and Ashley Dill, GHS, def. Kaela Kim and Mailani Matsuno 8-5; Rachel Seo and Ina Choi, SJS, def. Sophia Forsyth and Molly Lang 8-3.

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