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Humphreys' Myles Johnson puts up a shot against Taejon Christian International's Yisoo Han during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 78-30.
Humphreys' Myles Johnson puts up a shot against Taejon Christian International's Yisoo Han during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 78-30. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Myles Johnson puts up a shot against Taejon Christian International's Yisoo Han during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 78-30.
Humphreys' Myles Johnson puts up a shot against Taejon Christian International's Yisoo Han during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 78-30. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Devyn Lewis drives for a shot against Taejon Christian's Jooha Lee during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 78-30.
Humphreys' Devyn Lewis drives for a shot against Taejon Christian's Jooha Lee during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 78-30. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Shawn Williams and St. Maur's Luigi Barrios battle for the ball during Wednesday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 86-27.
Nile C. Kinnick's Shawn Williams and St. Maur's Luigi Barrios battle for the ball during Wednesday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 86-27. (Emmanesta Stovall/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Tristan Venturina drives for a shot against St. Maur defenders during Wednesday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 86-27.
Nile C. Kinnick's Tristan Venturina drives for a shot against St. Maur defenders during Wednesday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 86-27. (Emmanesta Stovall/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Corey Hollingsworth shoots against St. Mary's Aidan O'Flaherty during Tuesday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Titans won 74-54.
Nile C. Kinnick's Corey Hollingsworth shoots against St. Mary's Aidan O'Flaherty during Tuesday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Titans won 74-54. (Sheila Suckart/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Tristan Venturina dribbles against St. Mary's Jei Arai during Tuesday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Titans won 74-54.
Nile C. Kinnick's Tristan Venturina dribbles against St. Mary's Jei Arai during Tuesday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Titans won 74-54. (Sheila Suckart/Special to Stripes)
St. Mary's Lucas Wainwright leaps for a rebound against Nile C. Kinnick's Corey Hollingsworth during Tuesday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Titans won 74-54.
St. Mary's Lucas Wainwright leaps for a rebound against Nile C. Kinnick's Corey Hollingsworth during Tuesday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Titans won 74-54. (Xue Yang/Special to Stripes)
St. Mary's International's Aidan O'Flaherty shoots against Nile C. Kinnick's Darryl Williams and Ethan Yuska during Tuesday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Titans won 74-54.
St. Mary's International's Aidan O'Flaherty shoots against Nile C. Kinnick's Darryl Williams and Ethan Yuska during Tuesday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Titans won 74-54. (Xue Yang/Special to Stripes)
St. Mary's Alister Jones drives for a layup past Nile C. Kinnick's Corey Hollingsworth during Tuesday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Titans won 74-54.
St. Mary's Alister Jones drives for a layup past Nile C. Kinnick's Corey Hollingsworth during Tuesday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Titans won 74-54. (Xue Yang/Special to Stripes)
Taejon Christian's Amy Choi gets hemmed in by Osan's Cor'Rhyia Henry and Sadie Liddell during Tuesday's Korea Blue girls basketball game. The Dragons won 34-30.
Taejon Christian's Amy Choi gets hemmed in by Osan's Cor'Rhyia Henry and Sadie Liddell during Tuesday's Korea Blue girls basketball game. The Dragons won 34-30. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Acacia May gets tied up by Taejon Christian's Katie Eggleston and Haneul Jang during Wednesday's Korea Blue girls basketball game. The Blackhawks won 44-17.
Humphreys' Acacia May gets tied up by Taejon Christian's Katie Eggleston and Haneul Jang during Wednesday's Korea Blue girls basketball game. The Blackhawks won 44-17. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Melissa Pritchett can't quite find the handle on the ball in front of Taejon Christian's Minha Choi during Wednesday's Korea Blue girls basketball game. The Blackhawks won 44-17.
Humphreys' Melissa Pritchett can't quite find the handle on the ball in front of Taejon Christian's Minha Choi during Wednesday's Korea Blue girls basketball game. The Blackhawks won 44-17. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Acacia May leaps over the back of Taejon Christian's Minha Choi for a rebound during Wednesday's Korea Blue girls basketball game. The Blackhawks won 44-17.
Humphreys' Acacia May leaps over the back of Taejon Christian's Minha Choi for a rebound during Wednesday's Korea Blue girls basketball game. The Blackhawks won 44-17. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Collin Metcalf skies for a shot between Taejon Christian's Jaylen Koo and Yisoo Han during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 78-30.
Humphreys' Collin Metcalf skies for a shot between Taejon Christian's Jaylen Koo and Yisoo Han during Wednesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 78-30. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Osan's Matthew Cornelius and Taejon Christian's Josh Yun scuffle for the ball during Tuesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Cougars won 58-53, their second straight win, both against TCIS.
Osan's Matthew Cornelius and Taejon Christian's Josh Yun scuffle for the ball during Tuesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Cougars won 58-53, their second straight win, both against TCIS. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Osan's Bryson Goldsmith drives for a shot against Taejon Christian during Tuesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Cougars won 58-53, their second straight win, both against TCIS.
Osan's Bryson Goldsmith drives for a shot against Taejon Christian during Tuesday's Korea Blue boys basketball game. The Cougars won 58-53, their second straight win, both against TCIS. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Taejon Christian's Kunlan Yang saves the ball from going out of bounds against Osan during Tuesday's Korea Blue girls basketball game. Yang had 25 points, including the first 21 scored by TCIS, as the Dragons won 34-30.
Taejon Christian's Kunlan Yang saves the ball from going out of bounds against Osan during Tuesday's Korea Blue girls basketball game. Yang had 25 points, including the first 21 scored by TCIS, as the Dragons won 34-30. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Osan's Tailan Hickey puts up a shot past Taejon Christian's Sylvia Yun during Tuesday's Korea Blue girls basketball game. The Dragons won 34-30.
Osan's Tailan Hickey puts up a shot past Taejon Christian's Sylvia Yun during Tuesday's Korea Blue girls basketball game. The Dragons won 34-30. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

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Wrestling OkinawaKubasaki 40, Kadena 20 Wednesday at Kadena Air Base101 — Nicholas Aguirre, Kubasaki, tech. Mizuki Sato-Marsh, 13-2; 108 — Noah Vasquez, Kubasaki, tech. Mirai Sato-Marsh, 10-0; 115 — Vincent Rodriguez, Kubasaki, pin. Aiden Russell; 122 — Austin Carpenter, Kubasaki, pin. Nathan Rowberry; 129 — Kurt Chapman, Kadena, pin. Jeffrey Owens; 135 — James Carpenter, Kubasaki, tech. Liam Amiot, 10-0; 141 — Victor Saavedra, Kubasaki, tech. Crisean Covington, 10-0; 148 — Caleb Marks, Kadena, pin. Colin Lundberg; 158 — JoJo Adesuyi, Kadena, dec. Ruben Saavedra, 8-8 last point; 168 — Andrew Barnes, Kubasaki, tech. Nick Neary, 14-4; 180 — Colin Nation, Kubasaki, tech. Joey Puterbaugh, 10-0; 215 — Haydn Peterson, Kubasaki, pin. Christian Mendoza; Heavyweight — Caleb Wise-Burton, Kadena, pin. Xander Munoz.

JapanWednesday at TokyoSt. Mary’s 32, American School In Japan 28101 — Isaac Shane, St. Mary’s, pin. Kaisei Smith; 108 — Bryce Clement, ASIJ, tech. Mikhail Titov; 115 — Ikki Minamikawa, St. Mary’s, pin. Katsumi Tokunaga; 122 — Ira Kadet, ASIJ, tech. Masaya Toyokawa; 129 — Eiji Kasahara, St. Mary’s; pin. Michiru Warren; 135 — Jasjot Bedi, St. Mary’s, tech. Kai Hartman; 141 — Jo Inoue, St. Mary’s, dec. Ricky Lindemann; 148 — Rin Zoot, ASIJ, pin. Hikaru Shimada; 158 — Warren Koslow, St. Mary’s, pin. Keibun Ko; 168 — Lev Titov, St. Mary’s, pin. Shawn Dobberfuhl; 180 — Liam Kell, ASIJ, pin. Matthew Araya; 215 — Dani Rahman, ASIJ, pin. Jingu Kim; Heavyweight — Nathanial Dubois, ASIJ, by walkover.ASIJ 51, Zama 10 101 — Smith by walkover; 108 — Clement pin. Cruzy Cruz; 115 — Tokunaga by walkover; 122 — Kaito Hayashi, Zama, pin. Kadet; 129 — Warren pin. Moises Caravajal; 135 — Hartman by walkover; 141 — Lindemann tech. Makoa Richardson; 148 — Zoot tech. Eligh Cabe; 158 — Dobberfuhl pin. Bryce Mack; 168 — Ko pin. Milton Jones; 180 — Kell tech. Josh Petty; 215 — Rahman tech. Riley Jones; Heavyweight — Solace Mack, Zama, pin. Dubois.

Basketball Boys South KoreaYongsan 67, Osan 41 Wednesday at SeoulCougars 5 11 15 8 — 41Guardians 19 10 27 11 — 67Scoring — Guardians: Si Kwak 20, Paul Oh 13; Cougars: Israel Rouse 12, Joseph Cornelius 12.Humphreys 78, Taejon Christian 30 Wednesday at DaejeonBlackhawks 22 19 22 15 — 78Dragons 8 9 7 6 — 30Scoring — Blackhawks: Myles Johnson 21, Collin Metcalf 14, Junior Gregory 10; Dragons: Jeremy Shin 10.Seoul Foreign 66, Daegu 63 Wednesday at Camp WalkerCrusaders 19 11 15 21 — 66Warriors 18 20 11 14 — 63Scoring — Crusaders: Kevin Ekstrom 17, Caden Jang 12, Elliot Prest 10; Warriors: Antwoine McCall 24, Andrue McCall 16. Noteworthy — Antwoine McCall hit six three-point goals. Jang scored all his points on three-pointers.Osan 58, Taejon Christian 53 Tuesday at DaejeonCougars 14 14 17 13 — 58Dragons 12 13 13 15 — 53Scoring — Cougars: Bryson Goldsmith 25, Jaylon Grant 10; Dragons: Jooha Lee 12, Shin 11, Micha Kwon 10.

JapanChristian Academy Japan 47, Yokota 35 Wednesday at TokyoPanthers 10 10 7 8 — 35Knights 13 12 9 13 — 47Scoring — Knights: Kyle Philson 17; Panthers: Connor Rowan 10.Nile C. Kinnick 86, St. Maur 27 Wednesday at Yokosuka Naval BaseCougars 6 6 7 8 — 27Red Devils 24 27 19 16 — 86Scoring — Red Devils: Corey Hollingsworth 19, Ethan Yuska 14; Tristan Venturina 11, Jason Vitug 10.St. Mary’s 74, Kinnick 54 Tuesday at Yokosuka Naval BaseTitans 18 17 21 18 — 74Red Devils 11 18 12 13 — 54Scoring — Titans: Aidan O’Flaherty 19, Keigo Hayashi 11, Alister Jones 11, Roy Igwe 11; Red Devils: James Mincey 19, Darryl Williams 13.Zama 74, Yokohama 50 Monday at Camp ZamaDragons 11 7 17 15 — 50Trojans 24 20 17 13 — 74Scoring — Trojans: Chandler Platt 18, Bryce Davidson 16, Kalil Irby 11, Keshawn McNeil 11. Rebounding — Trojans: Terrence Ward 7, Platt 5.

Girls South KoreaYongsan 53, Osan 33 Wednesday at SeoulCougars 4 8 11 10 — 33Guardians 14 12 17 10 — 53Scoring — Cougars: Athena Riddick 15. Rebounding — Cougars: Cor’Rhyia Henry 14, Riddick 8.Humphreys 44, Taejon Christian 17 Wednesday at DaejeonBlackhawks 12 8 17 7 — 44Dragons 7 5 5 0 — 17Scoring — Blackhawks: Madison Thomas 11, Melissa Pritchett 11; Dragons: Kunlan Yang 11.Daegu 43, Seoul Foreign 27 Wednesday at Camp WalkerCrusaders 2 4 7 14 — 27Warriors 9 16 15 12 — 43Scoring — Warriors: Bethani Newbold 25. Rebounding — Warriors: Jya Van 10. Blocked shots — Warriors: Van 9.Taejon Christian 34, Osan 30Cougars 2 9 7 12 — 30Dragons 2 10 9 13 — 34Scoring — Dragons: Yang 25; Cougars: Tailan Hickey 11. Noteworthy — Yang scored the Dragons’ first 21 points and two free throws with 12.3 seconds left to seal the outcome.

JapanASIJ 42, Seisen 15 Tuesday at TokyoMustangs 14 9 11 8 — 42Phoenix 6 2 4 3 — 15Scoring — Mustangs: Pari Eaton 12, Jessica Sliter 11; Phoenix: Sarah Atanacio 7. Rebounding — Phoenix: Lisa Purcell 7, Alice McKellin 6.CAJ 40, Yokota 33 Tuesday at TokyoPanthers 6 7 10 10 — 33Knights 9 15 4 12 — 40Scoring — Knights: Anna Stoesz 12, Rachel Nelson 12; Panthers: Emily Taynton 13. Rebounding — Knights: Jessica Bedow 11, Mari Mosaku 10, Stoesz 6; Panthers: Hana Robbins 8.Zama 73, Yokohama 27 Monday at YokohamaTrojans 17 17 25 14 — 73Dragons 14 2 4 7 — 27Scoring — Trojans: Chloe Sterling 39, Fabiola Ayala-Rivera 13.

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