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Daegu's Bishop Fields leaps for the ball against  Taejon Christian's J.J. Jung during Wednesday's boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 57-50.

Daegu's Bishop Fields leaps for the ball against Taejon Christian's J.J. Jung during Wednesday's boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 57-50. (Laura Lee/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Bishop Fields leaps for the ball against  Taejon Christian's J.J. Jung during Wednesday's boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 57-50.

Daegu's Bishop Fields leaps for the ball against Taejon Christian's J.J. Jung during Wednesday's boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 57-50. (Laura Lee/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Kevin Williams, Keith Williams  and Bishop Fields surround Taejon Christian's June Kim going for a rebound during Wednesday's boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 57-50.

Daegu's Kevin Williams, Keith Williams and Bishop Fields surround Taejon Christian's June Kim going for a rebound during Wednesday's boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 57-50. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Keith Williams drives around Taejon Christian's Sean Kim during Wednesday's boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 57-50.

Daegu's Keith Williams drives around Taejon Christian's Sean Kim during Wednesday's boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 57-50. (Sarah Spavins/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Wrestling JapanSt. Mary’s 48, American School In Japan 5 101 — Eshan Singhi, Titans, pin. Ira Kadet; 108 — Lucy Johnson, Mustangs, by walkover; 115 — Tatsuhito Matsumoto, Titans, tech. Egan Sadler; 122 — Rio Lemkuil, Titans, by walkover; 129 — Tatsuo Tanaka, Titans, tech. Joshua Larsen; 135 — Chang Young Lee, Titans, tech. Rin Zoot; 141 — Ryo Osawa, Titans, tech. Berk Oskan; 148 — Jihoon Seo, Titans, tech. Kieren Kell; 158 — Austin Koslow, Titans, tech. Zenon Sadler; 168 — Mitchell Krcelic, Titans, tech. David Rochman; 180 — Alex Patton, Titans, pin. Noah Dobberfuhl; 215 — Shane Koslow, Titans, by walkover; Heavyweight — Not contested.

Basketball Boys South KoreaDaegu 57, Taejon Christian 50 Wednesday at Camp WalkerDragons 7 6 12 25 — 50Warriors 11 8 15 23 — 57Scoring — Warriors: Keith Williams 19, Bishop Fields 13; Dragons: Richard Redfern 18, June Kim 15, Brian Kim 11. Rebounding — Warriors: Jarvis Stokes 10.Seoul American 53, Yongsan 29 Wednesday at Yongsan GarrisonGuardians 11 6 10 2 — 29Falcons 17 9 6 21 — 53Scoring — Falcons: Quintin Metcalf 23. Rebounding — Falcons: Q. Metcalf 15, DeAndre Metcalf 10, Sam Broach 5. Assists — Falcons: Willie Grandison 7, D. Metcalf 5. Blocked shots — Falcons: Q. Metcalf 5.

OkinawaKadena 54, Okinawa Christian 50, OT Tuesday at YomitanPanthers 13 9 10 10 12 — 54Crusaders 9 11 12 10 8 — 50Scoring — Panthers: Jahron Mitchell 16, K.J. Caver 11. Rebounding — Panthers: Alec Peel 10. Noteworthy — Panthers shot 20-for-24 at the foul line.

JapanSt. Mary’s 55, Christian Academy Japan 49 Tuesday at TokyoTitans 14 13 9 19 — 55Knights 7 16 4 22 — 49Scoring — Titans: Jongdae Kim 15, Leo Stern 12, Thomas Wood 10; Knights: Damilola Mosaku 12, Kevin Nelson 10.

GuamGuam High 66, Southern 39 Tuesday at Agana HeightsDolphins 10 8 4 17—39Panthers 12 23 16 15—66Scoring — Panthers: Robert Kranz 26, Khalid Volious 11. Rebounding — Panthers: Volious 16, Kranz 77, Juan King Jr. 7. Assists — Panthers: King 7.

Girls South KoreaSeoul American 45, Yongsan 29 Wednesday at Yongsan GarrisonGuardians 9 7 0 13 — 29Falcons 14 6 10 15 — 45Scoring — Falcons: Jayla Crawford 20, Krista Bradley 11, Alysa Neal 10; Guardians: Soo Lee 9. Rebounding — Falcons: Crawford 7, Sierra Furner 7, Bradley 5. Noteworthy — Falcons clinched regular-season title, top seed in Korea Blue tournament starting Friday at Seoul American.

JapanASIJ 29, Seisen 27 Tuesday at TokyoPhoenix 10 8 4 5 — 27Mustangs 6 6 11 6 — 29Scoring — Mustangs: Grace Wallrapp 11; Phoenix: Julia Remington 11. Rebounding — Mustangs: Wallrapp 12; Phoenix: Amanda Wood 11. Steals — Phoenix: Wood 5.

Tennis GuamTuesday at MangilaoBoys Guam 32, George Washington 4 Singles Sidney Gadsden def. Tatsuya Cepeda 8-1; Joshua Bamba def. Alfonso Iriarte 8-3.Doubles Keegan Del Castillo and Grant Williams by walkover; Thomas Haas and John Ebler def. Devin Paulino and Jonathan Hisco 8-0.Girls Guam 32, George Washington 2 Singles Alexia Brown def. Tamica Hechanova 8-0; Kerrigan Crawford def. Stacy Paag 8-2.Doubles Kennie McDonald and NJ Santos by walkover; Neveah Anderson and Zoe Susuico by walkover. Monday at HagatnaGirls Academy of Our Lady 32, Guam 1Singles Tara U. Lee def. Brown 8-0; Victoria Smith by walkover.Doubles Joycelyn Tenai and Mikhailla Alcantara def. McDonald and Crawford 8-1; Sylvia Perez and Marijana Uchima def. Johanna Palma and Anderson 8-0.

Softball GuamGuam 3, Academy of Our Lady 1 Monday at Tai FieldCougars 000 000 1 — 1Panthers 003 000 x — 3W — Abby Mravlja 7 IP (2 H, 1 R, 9 SO); L — Ashley Mendiola 6 IP (5 H, 3 R, 4 BB, 8 SO). Batting — Panthers: Mravlja (2B, 2 RBI); Cougars: Juliana Nelson (HR).


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