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Daegu's Bishop Fields tries to drive past Yongsan's Taeho Kim and Corban Remsburg during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the host Warriors 49-40.
Daegu's Bishop Fields tries to drive past Yongsan's Taeho Kim and Corban Remsburg during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the host Warriors 49-40. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Daegu's Bishop Fields tries to drive past Yongsan's Taeho Kim and Corban Remsburg during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the host Warriors 49-40.
Daegu's Bishop Fields tries to drive past Yongsan's Taeho Kim and Corban Remsburg during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the host Warriors 49-40. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Daegu's Kevin Williams dribbles against Yongsan's Corban Remsburg during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the host Warriors 49-40.
Daegu's Kevin Williams dribbles against Yongsan's Corban Remsburg during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the host Warriors 49-40. (Yenah Joe/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Yongsan's Andre Lee protects the ball against Daegu's Carmen Zeski during Friday's Korea girls basketball game, won by the Guardians 38-11.
Yongsan's Andre Lee protects the ball against Daegu's Carmen Zeski during Friday's Korea girls basketball game, won by the Guardians 38-11. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Linda Vaughan finds herself in a standoff against two defenders from Morrison Academy of Taiwan during Friday's girls game in the 2nd Taipei American School Basketball Exchange. The defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Panthers won 63-46.
Kadena's Linda Vaughan finds herself in a standoff against two defenders from Morrison Academy of Taiwan during Friday's girls game in the 2nd Taipei American School Basketball Exchange. The defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Panthers won 63-46. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Liesje Myburgh of Morrison Academy of Taiwan gets bottled up by Kadena defenders Isabel Tayag and Cassandra Gutierrez during Friday's girls game in the 2nd Taipei American School Basketball Exchange. The defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Panthers won 63-46.
Liesje Myburgh of Morrison Academy of Taiwan gets bottled up by Kadena defenders Isabel Tayag and Cassandra Gutierrez during Friday's girls game in the 2nd Taipei American School Basketball Exchange. The defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Panthers won 63-46. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Yasmine Doss and Morrison Academy of Taiwan' Juri Yanamoto tie up for the ball during Friday's girls game in the 2nd Taipei American School Basketball Exchange. The defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Panthers won 63-46.
Kadena's Yasmine Doss and Morrison Academy of Taiwan' Juri Yanamoto tie up for the ball during Friday's girls game in the 2nd Taipei American School Basketball Exchange. The defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Panthers won 63-46. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Rhamsey Wyche shoots against Morrison Academy of Taiwan during Friday's girls game in the 2nd Taipei American School Basketball Exchange. The defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Panthers won 63-46. Reigning D-I MVP Wyche scored 38 points.
Kadena's Rhamsey Wyche shoots against Morrison Academy of Taiwan during Friday's girls game in the 2nd Taipei American School Basketball Exchange. The defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Panthers won 63-46. Reigning D-I MVP Wyche scored 38 points. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Ceara King shoots over two Taipei American defenders during Friday's girls game in the second Taipei American School Basketball Exchange. The host Tigers beat the Dragons 71-29.
Kubasaki's Ceara King shoots over two Taipei American defenders during Friday's girls game in the second Taipei American School Basketball Exchange. The host Tigers beat the Dragons 71-29. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Chloe' Stevens puts up a shot over teammate Reaven East and between two Taipei American defenders during Friday's girls game in the second Taipei American School Basketball Exchange. The host Tigers beat the Dragons 71-29.
Kubasaki's Chloe' Stevens puts up a shot over teammate Reaven East and between two Taipei American defenders during Friday's girls game in the second Taipei American School Basketball Exchange. The host Tigers beat the Dragons 71-29. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Da'Shun Cline pulls up for a jump shot against Seoul Foreign with teammate Jackson Taylor in trail during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Blackhawks 53-49; they took over first place in the Korea Blue Division. Taylor led the Blackhawks with three blocked shots.
Humphreys' Da'Shun Cline pulls up for a jump shot against Seoul Foreign with teammate Jackson Taylor in trail during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Blackhawks 53-49; they took over first place in the Korea Blue Division. Taylor led the Blackhawks with three blocked shots. (Sean White/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Tyrell Alexander leaps for a layup over Seoul Foreign's Caleb Jang and Jonah Meyer during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Blackhawks 53-49; they took over first place in the Korea Blue Division. Alexander had 19 points and five rebounds.
Humphreys' Tyrell Alexander leaps for a layup over Seoul Foreign's Caleb Jang and Jonah Meyer during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Blackhawks 53-49; they took over first place in the Korea Blue Division. Alexander had 19 points and five rebounds. (Sean White/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Nate Hellams skies for a shot over Seoul Foreign's Nick Larson during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Blackhawks 53-49; they took over first place in the Korea Blue Division. Hellams had 22 points and 12 rebounds.
Humphreys' Nate Hellams skies for a shot over Seoul Foreign's Nick Larson during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Blackhawks 53-49; they took over first place in the Korea Blue Division. Hellams had 22 points and 12 rebounds. (Sean White/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Basketball Boys2nd Taipei American School Basketball Exchange Friday at Taipei, TaiwanKadena 89, Taipei American 86Panthers 22 20 22 25—89Tigers 21 23 17 25—86Scoring — Panthers: Justin Wilson 34, Jahron Mitchell 22. Noteworthy — Wilson hit a layup with 37.6 seconds left to break an 86-86 tie and lead the Panthers to victory against the same Tigers team they beat 58-57 on a Mitchell buzzer-beating three-pointer in last year’s exchange.

South KoreaHumphreys 53, Seoul Foreign 49 Friday at SeoulBlackhawks 17 8 17 11 — 53Crusaders 15 8 12 14 — 49Scoring — Blackhawks: Nate Hellams 22, Tyrell Alexander 19; Crusaders: Daniel Bang 12, Nick Larson 11. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Hellams 12, Jackson Taylor 7, Alexander 5. Blocked shots — Blackhawks: Taylor 3. Noteworthy — Blackhawks handed Crusaders their second regular-season defeat, take over first place in Korea’s Blue Division.Daegu 49, Yongsan 40 Friday at Camp WalkerGuardians 9 4 12 15 — 40Warriors 17 10 13 9 — 49Scoring — Warriors: Bishop Fields 17; Guardians: Corban Remsburg 13. Rebounding — Daegu: Fields 7. Noteworthy — Remsburg had 11 points in the fourth quarter in the losing cause for the Guardians.

JapanE.J. King 61, Yokota 60 Friday at Sasebo Naval BasePanthers 17 17 19 7 — 60Cobras 11 18 21 11 — 61Scoring — Cobras: Gemmar Caasi 16, Seth Hudson 15, Dyson Robinson 14, Cameron Rozzell 13, Devin Robinson 12; Panthers: Hunter Cort 25, Renyck Robertson 11. Noteworthy — Cobras three-pointers, foul shooting and second-chance points, 19 to 10 for the Panthers, made the difference as King (10-0) handed two-time defending Far East Division II champion Yokota its first loss.King 66, Matthew C. Perry 49 Friday at Sasebo Naval BaseSamurai 11 17 8 13 — 49Cobras 18 12 25 11 — 66Scoring — Cobras: Caasi 22, Devin Robinson 16, Dyson Robinson 11; Samurai: Garrett Macias 20, Sydney Parks 20. Rebounding — Samurai: Macias 17, Jon Armijo 8, Parks 6, Justin Harris 6, Ron Marshall 6.

Girls2nd Taipei American School Basketball Exchange Friday at Taipei, TaiwanKadena 63, Morrison Academy 46Mustangs 7 11 18 10 — 46Panthers 12 9 22 20 — 63Scoring — Panthers: Rhamsey Wyche 38.Taipei American 71, Kubasaki 29 Dragons 5 11 7 6 — 29Tigers 19 7 25 20 — 71Scoring — Dragons: Chloe’ Stevens 9.

South KoreaYongsan 38, Daegu 11 Friday at Camp WalkerGuardians 15 10 4 9 — 38Warriors 2 1 3 5 — 11Scoring — Guardians: Soo Lee 12.Seoul Foreign 34, Humphreys 24 Friday at SeoulBlackhawks 5 4 10 5 — 24Crusaders 6 11 7 10 — 34Scoring — Crusaders: Mischa Kim 11, Angela Kim 10; Blackhawks: Jaedyn Jones 13. Steals — Blackhawks: Jones 10.

JapanPerry 38, King 37 Friday at Sasebo Naval BaseSamurai 13 16 5 5 — 38Cobras 2 9 9 17 — 37Scoring — Samurai: Sakura Fleming 12, Asia Walker 10; Cobras: Zanitta Boyd 14, Gabi Shultz 13. Steals — Samurai: Fleming 7.Yokota 38, King 28 Friday at Sasebo Naval BasePanthers 8 12 12 6 — 38Cobras 4 6 8 10 — 28Scoring — Panthers: Jamia Bailey 19, Britney Bailey 14; Cobras: Boyd 8Rebounding — Panthers: B.Bailey 10, J.Bailey 8. Steals — Panthers: J.Bailey 8.Christian Academy Japan 29, Seisen 26 Friday at TokyoPhoenix 10 9 4 3 — 26Knights 10 11 4 4 — 29Scoring — Knights: Julia Fleming 9; Phoenix: Kanon Ishibashi 8. Rebounding — Knights: Annabelle Deakins 17, Erika McLain 14, Fleming 11; Phoenix: Amanda Wood 9, Langan Shima 5.Nile C. Kinnick 49, American School In Japan 48 Friday at TokyoRed Devils 16 13 12 8 — 49Mustangs 11 6 12 19 — 48Scoring — Red Devils: Dallas Carter 19, Venus Hill 14; Mustangs: Allie Rogers 16. Rebounding — Red Devils: Carter 17. Assists — Red Devils: Hill 6.

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