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Daeg's Lari Robertson heads to the basket against Seoul American's' Hannah Fredrick during Saturday's championship game in the Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division girls basketball tournament at Daejon, South Korea. The Falcons won the title for the second straight year 37-29.

Daeg's Lari Robertson heads to the basket against Seoul American's' Hannah Fredrick during Saturday's championship game in the Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division girls basketball tournament at Daejon, South Korea. The Falcons won the title for the second straight year 37-29. (Krysta Brun/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daeg's Lari Robertson heads to the basket against Seoul American's' Hannah Fredrick during Saturday's championship game in the Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division girls basketball tournament at Daejon, South Korea. The Falcons won the title for the second straight year 37-29.

Daeg's Lari Robertson heads to the basket against Seoul American's' Hannah Fredrick during Saturday's championship game in the Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division girls basketball tournament at Daejon, South Korea. The Falcons won the title for the second straight year 37-29. (Krysta Brun/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Dawud Abdul-Azeez goes up for a shot against Seoul American  during Saturday's championship game in the Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division boys basketball tournament at Daejon, South Korea. The Warriors won 60-59, ending the Falcons' three-year hold on the tournament title.

Daegu's Dawud Abdul-Azeez goes up for a shot against Seoul American during Saturday's championship game in the Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division boys basketball tournament at Daejon, South Korea. The Warriors won 60-59, ending the Falcons' three-year hold on the tournament title. (Krysta Brun/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Taylor Myatt and Seoul American's Nailah Blount battle for the ball during Saturday's championship game in the Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division girls basketball tournament at Daejon, South Korea. The Falcons won the title for the second straight year 37-29.

Daegu's Taylor Myatt and Seoul American's Nailah Blount battle for the ball during Saturday's championship game in the Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division girls basketball tournament at Daejon, South Korea. The Falcons won the title for the second straight year 37-29. (Krysta Brun/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's' Devon Green goes up for a rebound with teammate Dawud Abdul-Azeez as Seoul American's' Henry Arnold V watches during Saturday's championship game in the Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division boys basketball tournament at Daejon, South Korea. The Warriors won 60-59, ending the Falcons' three-year hold on the tournament title.

Daegu's' Devon Green goes up for a rebound with teammate Dawud Abdul-Azeez as Seoul American's' Henry Arnold V watches during Saturday's championship game in the Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division boys basketball tournament at Daejon, South Korea. The Warriors won 60-59, ending the Falcons' three-year hold on the tournament title. (Alyssa Kwiatek/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Will Steele goes up for a rebound between Seoul American's Henry Arnold V and Deon Johnson during Saturday's championship game in the Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division boys basketball tournament at Daejon, South Korea. The Warriors won 60-59, ending the Falcons' three-year hold on the tournament title.

Daegu's Will Steele goes up for a rebound between Seoul American's Henry Arnold V and Deon Johnson during Saturday's championship game in the Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division boys basketball tournament at Daejon, South Korea. The Warriors won 60-59, ending the Falcons' three-year hold on the tournament title. (Alyssa Kwiatek/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Wrestling South KoreaSaturday at Yongsan GarrisonSeoul American 41, Osan 22 101 pounds — Christian McDowell, Osan, tech. Chris Yi; 108 — Aydan Huezo, SAHS, pin. Dyllan Bathgate, 2:33; 115 — Danny Berdine, SAHS, pin. Cory Harding, 1:58; 122 — Sam Kim, Osan, tech. David Cole; 129 — Kahlil Hicks, SAHS, pin. Tucker Tyler, :35.7; 135 — David Park, SAHS, pin. Jon LaMagna, 1:16; 141 — Brendan Barna, SAHS, tech. Gerard Chopin; 148 — Brenden Becker, Osan, pin. Nigel Cook, 1:17; 158 — David Kim, SAHS, pin. Deante Powell, Osan, 1:26; 168 — Kade Leonard, Osan, pin. Michael Warner, 2:31; 180 — Daniel Nazano, Osan, dec. Daniel Haywood; 215 — Jack Barnes, SAHS, tech. Alec Myers; Heavyweight — Caleb Garcis, SAHS, pin. Justin Mancha, :46.Seoul American 57, Humphreys 5 101 — Yi by walkover; 108 — Huezo by walkover; 115 — Berdine by walkover; 122 — Cole by walkover; 129 — Hicks tech. Takao Elliott; 135 — Park by walkover; 141 — Barna, tech. Kevin Searl; 148 — Cook by walkover; 158 — Kim by walkover; 168 — Warner by walkover; 180 — Austin Rudd, HHS, tech. Jahdai Winn; 215 — Barnes tech. Steven Gayton; Heavyweight — Garcia by walkover.Seoul American 61, Daegu 0 101 — Yi by walkover; 108 — Huezo tech. Jaydon Kruzic; 115 — Berdine by walkover; 122 — Cole by walkover; 129 — Hicks by walkover; 135 — Park by walkover; 141 — Barna by walkover; 148 — Cook by walkover; 158 — Kim by walkover; 168 — Warner tech. Jessica Figueroa; 180 — Haywood tech. Gabby Ramos; 215 — Barnes tech. Josh Ross; Heavyweight — Garcia by walkover.Osan 54, Humphreys 11 101 — McDowell by walkover; 108 — Bathgate by walkover; 115 — Hardin by walkover; 122 — Kim by walkover; 129 — Tyler tech. Elliott; 135 — LaMagna by walkover; 141 — Chopin pin. Searl, 1:51; 148 — Becker by walkover; 158 — Powell by walkover; 168 — Leonard by walkover; 180 — Rudd pin. Nazano, 1:15; 215 — Gayton pin. Myers, :59; Heavyweight — Mancha by walkover.Osan 55, Daegu 10 101 — McDowell by walkover; 108 — Kruzic pin. Bathgate, 2:33; 115 — Hardin by walkover; 122 — Kim by walkover; 129 — Tyler by walkover; 135 — LaMagna by walkover; 141 — Chopin by walkover; 148 — Becker by walkover; 158 — Powell by walkover; 168 — Leonard, pin. Figueroa, 2:28; 180 — Nazano pin. Ramos, 2:23; 215 — Ross pin. Myers, 1:15; Heavyweight — Mancha by walkover.Humphreys 15, Daegu 14 101 — Not contested; 108 — Kruzic, by walkover; 115 — Not contested; 122 — Not contested; 129 — Elliott by walkover; 135 — Felicia Swindle, Daegu, by walkover; 141 — Searl by walkover; 148 — Not contested; 158 — Not contested; 168 — Figueroa by walkover; 180 — Rudd pin. Ramos, 1:48; 215 — Ross by walkover; Heavyweight — Not contested.

Basketball Boys South KoreaKorean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division Tournament Saturday at Taejon Christian International School, DaejeonSeoul Foreign 65, Humphreys 53HHS ....... 9 19 15 10 — 53SFS ....... 16 14 19 16 — 65Scoring — SFS: Jim Kao 17, Jeff Kim 13; HHS: Manasseh Nartey 24, Osie Cruz 14.Seoul Foreign 52, Taejon Christian 37TCIS....... 13 8 8 8 — 37SFS....... 10 12 12 18 — 52Scoring — SFS: Brent Northwood 16, Jim Kao 14, Alex Yoon 13; TCIS: Austin Noh 14.Yongsan 56, Osan 53 YIS-Seoul....... 20 13 12 11 — 56Osan ....... 6 19 15 13 — 53Scoring — YIS-Seoul: Xavier Sawyer 16, Chris Yoo 11, James Bai 10, Sam Kang 10; Osan: Chase Kingsbury 20, Nick White 10.Championship Daegu 60, Seoul American 59 Daegu....... 13 14 19 14 — 60SAHS....... 10 24 6 19 — 59Scoring — Daegu: Tre Johnson 16, Dawud Abdul-Azeez 13, Will Steele 13, Anfernee Dent 12; SAHS: Dominique Conley 15, Deon Johnson 13, Henry Arnold V 12. Awards Most Valuable Player — Will Steele, DaeguTop Gun — Nartey (22 ppg)Top Rebounder — Torian James, Daegu (12 rpg)Best Defender — SawyerCoach of the Year — Steve Boyd, Seoul AmericanTeam Sportsmanship Award — YongsanAll-Tournament team Devin Green, Abdul-Azeez, Johnson, Daegu; Arnold, Conley, Seoul American; Sawyer, Yongsan; White, Osan; Northwood, Seoul Foreign; Korte Zickefoose, Taejon Christian; Osie Cruz, Humphreys.All-Conference team Arnold, Deon Johnson, Conley, Seoul American; Dent, James, Daegu; Yoo, Yongsan International-Seoul; White, Osan; Noh, Taejon Christian; Kao, Seoul Foreign; Nartey, Humphreys.

JapanMatthew C. Perry 68, Nile C. Kinnick 49 Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniKinnick....... 9 15 15 10 — 49Perry....... 22 18 22 6 — 68Scoring — Perry: Vincent Ermitano 22, Jon Cadavos 16; Kinnick: Kyle O’Brien 17, Ryne Yates 14. Rebounding — Perry: DeQuandre Bernard 17, Jarell Davis 11. Blocked shots — Perry: Cadavos 6.Kinnick 53, E.J. King 50 Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniKing ....... 6 21 12 11 — 50Kinnick ....... 14 8 13 18 — 53Scoring — Kinnick: Casuan Caudle 16, LaVance Rolland 14; King: Jackson Small 20, Rikki Kendall 11.

GirlsKorean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division Tournament Saturday at Taejon Christian, DaejeonHumphreys 45, Yongsan 36 YIS-Seoul....... 5 5 14 12—36HHS ....... 12 10 13 10—45Scoring — HHS: Ra’mecca Rasun 16, Kaylee Spielman 15; YIS-Seoul: Jessica Richards 12, Juhee Kim 12.Osan 47, Humphreys 36 Osan....... 11 9 13 14—47HHS ....... 15 10 3 8—36Scoring — Osan: Michele Thompson 14, Sarah Colthart 14; HHS: Kayauna Stepney 14.Seoul Foreign 41, Taejon Christian 33 TCIS ....... 5 4 10 14—33SFS....... 8 8 18 7—41Scoring — SFS: Jiwon Shin 14, Michelle Richardson 14; TCIS: Gentry Miller 10.Championship Seoul American 37, Daegu 29 Daegu....... 11 7 3 8—29SAHS ....... 10 12 6 9—37Scoring — SAHS: Nailah Blount 12; Daegu: Lari Robertson 11.Awards Most Valuable Player — BlountTop Gun — ThompsonTop Rebounder — Kallee Miller, Taejon Christian (23.3 rpg)Best Defender — Hannah Fredrick, Seoul AmericanCoach of the Year — Jesse J. Smith, Seoul AmericanTeam Sportsmanship Award — Taejon Christian InternationalAll-Tournament team Glenesha Berryman, Janade Amos, Dahlia Guillory, Seoul American; Aaliyah Scott, Rachel Wyche, Daegu; Maddie Thies, Seoul Foreign; G.Miller, Taejon Christian; Thompson, Osan; Stepney, Humphreys; Kyla Swanson, Yongsan.All-Conference team Rheagan Wyche, Robertson, Taylor Myatt, Daegu; Maddie Thies, Richardson, Shin, Seoul Foreign; Blount, Seoul American; Sarah Roberts, Taejon Christian; Andrea Carandang, Osan; Hana Ikeda, Yongsan; Amy Burger, Humphreys.

JapanKinnick 41, King 29 Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniKinnick ....... 15 10 12 4 — 41King ....... 3 9 5 12 — 29Scoring — Kinnick: Alicia Martinez 12, Alyshia Allison 10; EJK: Deb Avalos 23.Kinnick 17, Perry 11 Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniKinnick....... 2 4 7 4 — 17Perry....... 4 3 2 2 — 11Scoring — Kinnick: Allison 8; Perry: Ani Erhart 8. Rebounding — Perry: Erhart 8, Briana Drake 7.


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