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Basketball Boys South KoreaKorean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division Tournament Thursday at Osan Air BaseOsan 83, Taejon Christian 37 Dragons 7 15 9 6—37Cougars 21 23 22 17—83Scoring — Cougars: Daniel Jamerson 25, Cameron Jones 13, Isaiah Conlan 10; Dragons: Richard Redfern 22.Yongsan 55, Daegu 40 Guardians 24 9 9 13 — 55Warriors 17 7 9 7 — 40Scoring — Guardians: Nathan Moyer 14, Tayne Kim 11; Warriors: Bishop Fields 14.Seoul Foreign 52, Seoul American 28 Crusaders 17 8 13 14 — 52Falcons 5 10 5 8 — 28Scoring — Crusaders: Eugene Linton 12; Falcons: Blake Christianson 6.Semifinals Humphreys 71, Osan 52 Blackhawks 17 27 15 12 — 71Cougars 12 10 14 16 — 52Scoring — Blackhawks: Jalen Hill 19, Quintin Metcalf 17, Brice Bulotovich 15; Cougars: Jones 11. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Metcalf 15. Assists — Blackhawks: Bulotovich 10. Steals — Blackhawks: Hill 5, Bulotovich 5. Blocked shots — Blackhawks: Metcalf 10, Collin Metcalf 4.Seoul Foreign 64, Yongsan 59, OT Crusaders 8 12 20 13 11 — 64Guardians 13 11 12 17 6 — 59Scoring — Crusaders: Jonah Meyer 18, Linton 17, Caleb Jang 13; Guardians: Ahovia Radpey 19, Moyer 16.Friday’s games Daegu vs. Seoul American, 9 a.m.; loser finishes seventh.Third Osan vs. Yongsan, 10:30 a.m.Fifth Taejon Christian vs. Daegu-Seoul American winner, noonChampionship Humphreys vs. Seoul Foreign, 3 p.m.

Girls South KoreaKorean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference Blue Division Tournament Thursday at Osan Air BaseDaegu 42, Taejon Christian 30 Warriors 10 9 7 16 — 42Dragons 8 7 6 9 — 30Scoring — Warriors: Bethani Newbold 19, DaiJa Turner 15; Dragons: Sylvia Yun 8, EunKyo Jo 8.Seoul Foreign 36, Osan 21 Crusaders 13 10 6 7 — 36Cougars 7 4 0 10 — 21Scoring — Crusaders: Elina Lee 10; Cougars: Alexus Rosenthal 6.Yongsan 47, Humphreys 34 Blackhawks 11 6 10 7 — 34Guardians 10 15 10 12 — 47Scoring — Guardians: Andre Lee 11, Soo Lee 10, Rachael Ko 10; Blackhawks: Sydney Wilson 13, Hayden Orr 10.Semifinals Seoul American 52, Daegu 19 Warriors 7 4 2 6 — 19Falcons 13 24 7 8 — 52Scoring — Falcons: Krista Bradley 17, Alex Easterling 10; Warriors: Newbold 8.Yongsan 47, Seoul Foreign 24 Guardians 7 7 13 20 — 47Crusaders 7 9 4 4 — 24Scoring — Guardians: A. Lee 18, S. Lee 11, Ko 10; Crusaders: E. Lee 10.Friday’s games Osan vs. Humphreys, 9 a.m.; loser finishes seventh.Third Daegu vs. Seoul Foreign, 10:30 a.m.Fifth Taejon Christian vs. Osan-Humphreys winner, noonChampionship Seoul American vs. Yongsan, 1:30 p.m.

JapanAmerican School In Japan 28, Seisen 23 Tuesday at TokyoPhoenix 0 6 6 11 — 23Mustangs 9 4 4 11 — 28Scoring — Phoenix: Amanda Wood 5, Shima Langen 5, Misa Cunhs 5. Rebounding — Phoenix: Momone Ishibashi 7, Wood 6.

Tennis GuamGuam High 54, George Washington 30 Tuesday at HagatnaBoys Singles: John Elber, GHS, def. Tatsuya Cepeda 8-4; Alfonso Iriarte, GW, def. Joshua Bamba 8-7. Doubles: Thomas Haas and Darion Cutler, GHS, by walkover; Gavin Gagucas and Brandon Tuquero, GHS, def. Christian Ruder and Andrew Alconaba 8-1.Girls Singles: Tamica Hechanava, GW, def. Bien Delfin 8-3; Nicole Pajaro, GW, def. Alicia Torres 8-4. Doubles: Amber Guerrero and Zoie Susuico, GHS, by walkover; Makala Hobson and Michaela Schwappach, GHS, def. Karla Catague and Alyamna Pervera 8-1.

Softball GuamGuam 16, Okkodo 1 Bulldogs 010 — 1Panthers (15)01x — 16W — Alexis Blyth, 3 IP (1 H, 1 R, 5 BB, 2 SO). Batting — Panthers: Chondra Crump 2-3 (3B, 4 RBI); Abbey Fulford 2-2 (2B, 3 RBI); Blyth 3-3 (2 2B, 3 RBI).


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