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Kubasaki's Tristan Higginson drives upcourt against host American School In Japan during Thursday's pool-play game in the 2nd Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The host Mustangs downed the Dragons 62-42.
Kubasaki's Tristan Higginson drives upcourt against host American School In Japan during Thursday's pool-play game in the 2nd Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The host Mustangs downed the Dragons 62-42. (Maiya Larry/Special to Stripes)
Kubasaki's Tristan Higginson drives upcourt against host American School In Japan during Thursday's pool-play game in the 2nd Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The host Mustangs downed the Dragons 62-42.
Kubasaki's Tristan Higginson drives upcourt against host American School In Japan during Thursday's pool-play game in the 2nd Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The host Mustangs downed the Dragons 62-42. (Maiya Larry/Special to Stripes)
Kubasaki's Audrey Kerr dribbles upcourt against American School of Doha, Qatar, during Thursday's pool play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic basketball tournament. AS Doha downed Kubasaki 42-15.
Kubasaki's Audrey Kerr dribbles upcourt against American School of Doha, Qatar, during Thursday's pool play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic basketball tournament. AS Doha downed Kubasaki 42-15. (Maiya Larry/Special to Stripes)
Kadena's Rhamsey Wyche drives for a layup against Academy of Our Lady of Guam during Thursday's pool-play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The Cougars edged the Panthers 41-37.
Kadena's Rhamsey Wyche drives for a layup against Academy of Our Lady of Guam during Thursday's pool-play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The Cougars edged the Panthers 41-37. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Isabel Tayag drives against Academy of Our Lady of Guam's Rosita Duenas during Thursday's pool-play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The Cougars edged the Panthers 41-37.
Kadena's Isabel Tayag drives against Academy of Our Lady of Guam's Rosita Duenas during Thursday's pool-play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The Cougars edged the Panthers 41-37. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Davion Roebuck snatches a rebound away from Robert D. Edgren's Ethan Barry during Thursday's pool-play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The Panthers routed the Eagles 56-34.
Kadena's Davion Roebuck snatches a rebound away from Robert D. Edgren's Ethan Barry during Thursday's pool-play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The Panthers routed the Eagles 56-34. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

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Wrestling OkinawaKubasaki 46, Kadena 15 Wednesday at Camp Foster101 — Noah Vasquez, Kubasaki, by walkover; 108 — Grant Rogers, Kadena, tech. Devin Wilcox, 10-0; 115 — Luis Veliz, Kubasaki, pin. Alex Shepard; 122 — Kaleb Wallace, Kadena, tech. Jaylan Mayer, Kubasaki; 129 — Demetrio Delarosa, Kadena, tech. James Carpenter, 12-1; 135 — Connor Brennan, Kubasaki, tech. Kaine Barela, 10-0; 141 — Koby Karl, Kubasaki, pin. Lara Shepard; 148 — Luke Moseley, Kubasaki, pin. R. Tobler; 158 — Jacob McConville, Kubasaki, pin. Fintan Cawley; 168 — Oakley Mueller, Kubasaki, pin. R. Rary; 180 — Nick Burwell, Kubasaki, tech. Alex Hernandez, 10-0; 215 — Trace Cunningham, Kadena, dec. Haydn Peterson, 9-4; Heavyweight — Meichi Neil-Garcia, Kubasaki, by walkover. Noteworthy — Dragons swept regular-season series from Panthers 4-0.

JapanTuesday at TokyoSt. Mary’s 48, American School In Japan 8 101 — Jasjot Bedi, St. Mary’s, by walkover; 108 — Eiji Kasahara, St. Mary’s, by walkover; 115 — Harold Mancia, St. Mary’s, by walkover; 122 — Tatsuhito Matsumoto, St. Mary’s, by walkover; 129 — William Krcelic, St. Mary’s, tech. Egan Sadler, 10-0; 135 — Dai Matsumoto, St. Mary’s, by walkover; 141 — Rin Zoot, ASIJ, tech. Jihoon Seo, 12-1; 148 — Nishant Chanda, St. Mary’s, pin. Kieran Kell; 158 — Ryo Sawa, St. Mary’s, by walkover; 168 — Austin Koslow, St. Mary’s, tech. Zenon Sadler, 10-0; 180 — Alex Patton, St. Mary’s, pin. Dani Kahwan; 215 — Noah Dobberfuhl, ASIJ, tech. Nilay Hingarh 15-4; Heavyweight — Not contested.ASIJ 35, Christian Academy Japan 14 101 — Not contested; 108 — Joe Frazier, CAJ, by walkover; 115 — Jordan Van Druff, CAJ, tech. Ira Kadet 10-0; 122 — Tai Van Dam, CAJ, by walkover; 129 — E. Sadler by walkover; 135 — Not contested; 141 — Zoot by walkover; 148 — K. Kell by walkover; 158 — Liam Kell, ASIJ, by walkover; 168 — Z. Sadler by walkover; 180 — Rahman by walkover; 215 — Dobberfuhl by walkover; Heavyweight — Not contested.

Basketball Boys2nd Kanto Classic Tournament Thursday at ASIJPool C ASIJ 62, Kubasaki 42 Dragons 14 8 7 13 — 42Mustangs 16 18 19 9 — 62Scoring — Mustangs: Tyler Evert 17, Koki Wiley 11; Dragons: Elonzo Higginson III 18, Ilijah Washington 11.American School of Doha 26, St. Mary’s 24 Dragons 6 7 6 7 — 26Titans 2 10 5 7 — 24Scoring — Dragons: Nathan Leurangver 10; Titans: Jangdae Kang 6.Kubasaki 52, St. Mary’s 45 Dragons 10 9 15 18 — 52Titans 15 9 12 9 — 45Scoring — Dragons: Washington 17, Higginson 16, Jonathan Baker 13; Titans: Nicolas Popov 11, Shin Yazawa 10.ASIJ 66, Zama 25 Trojans 8 10 2 5 — 25Mustangs 22 13 18 13 — 66Scoring — Mustangs: Evert 13; Trojans: Jeremiah Stewart 14.AS Doha 41, Zama 39 Dragons 4 9 9 19 — 41Trojans 11 5 16 7 — 39Scoring — Dragons: Leurangver 20; Trojans: Rafael Labrador 10. Noteworthy — Rayan Al-Amine hit the game-winning shot with seven seconds left to cap the Dragons’ rally.Friday’s games Zama vs. St. Mary’s Doha vs. ASIJ Kubasaki vs. Zama St. Mary’s vs. ASIJ Doha vs. KubasakiPool D Thursday’s games Kadena 56, Robert D. Edgren 34 Panthers 14 14 15 13 — 56Eagles 8 7 6 13 — 34Scoring — Panthers: Eric McCarter 8, Casey Cox 8; Eagles: Cole Bodily 8.Yokota 41, Kadena 39 Kadena 12 14 11 2 — 39Yokota 9 12 4 16 — 41Scoring — Yokota: Renyck Robertson 11, Kishaun Kimble-Brooks 10; Kadena: Montez Young Jr. 12. Noteworthy — Yokota’s Jimmy Dewberry hit the game-winning shot with 4 seconds left.Nile C. Kinnick 65, CAJ 37 Red Devils 18 18 21 8 — 65Knights 4 7 10 16 — 37Scoring — Red Devils: Davion Roberts 14, Rashad Rapada 12, Chris Watson 10; Knights: Enosh Mutenda 13.CAJ 47, Edgren 39 Knights 8 6 18 15 — 47Eagles 14 6 19 0 — 39Scoring — Knights: Takara Nishizaki 10; Eagles: Roman Perez 9.Kinnick 65, Yokota 47 Red Devils 25 9 7 24 — 65Panthers 6 21 11 9 — 47Scoring — Red Devils: Roberts 18, Kedrick Stockman 13, Aaron Peterson 11, Rapada 10, Vincent Boyer 10; Panthers: Robertson 25, Kimble-Brooks 10.Friday’s games Kadena vs. Kinnick Yokota vs. Edgren Kadena vs. CAJ Kinnick vs. Edgren Yokota vs. CAJ

South KoreaSeoul Foreign 63, Osan 49 Wednesday at Osan Air BaseCrusaders 13 15 16 19 — 63Cougars 6 13 19 11 — 49Scoring — Crusaders: Eugene Linton 12, Jonah Mayer 11; Brandon Sohn 10; Cougars: Isaiah Conlan 14, Daniel Jamerson 14.Humphreys 95, Taejon Christian 33 Wednesday at Camp HumphreysDragons 7 12 7 7 — 33Blackhawks 17 26 23 29 — 95Scoring — Blackhawks: Quintin Metcalf 35, Brice Bulotovich 23, Jalen Hill 16. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Metcalf 16. Assists — Blackhawks: Bulotovich 9, Hill 6. Steals — Blackhawks: Bulotovich 5. Blocked shots — Blackhawks: Metcalf 6.Yongsan 60, Seoul American 35 Wednesday at SeoulFalcons 4 13 7 11 — 35Guardians 16 9 12 23 — 60Scoring — Guardians: Nathan Moyer 22, Ahoura Radpey 13; Falcons: Miguel Villareal 14. Rebounding — Guardians: Moyer 12, Joshua Swanson 7.

OkinawaKubasaki 76, Okinawa Christian 44Dragons 17 21 15 23 — 76Crusaders 7 5 17 15 — 44Scoring — Dragons: Higginson 27, Baker 18. Noteworthy — Higginson hit four three-point goals.

JapanASIJ 80, Kinnick 70 Tuesday at TokyoRed Devils 15 22 16 17 — 70Mustangs 18 18 23 21 — 80Scoring — Mustangs: Wiley 38, Evert 14; Red Devils: Stockman 15, Peterson 13.St. Mary’s 51, Zama 36 Tuesday at TokyoTitans 10 7 21 13 — 51Trojans 10 8 12 6 — 36Scoring — Titans: Yazawa 13, Alister Jones 13; Trojans: Stewart 15. Noteworthy — Jones hit four three-point goals for Titans.Yokota 67, Yokohama 39 Monday at YokohamaPanthers 19 14 10 24 — 67Dragons 9 7 12 11 — 39Scoring — Panthers: Kimble-Brooks 20, Robertson 14.

Girls2nd Kanto Classic Tournament Thursday at ASIJPool A Edgren 30, ASIJ 29 Mustangs 8 9 2 10 — 29Eagles 6 8 10 6 — 30Scoring — Eagles: Jada Flowers 7; Mustangs: Erin Chang 12. Noteworthy — Eagles’ Trinity Fier hit the game-winning layup at the buzzer.AS Doha 42, Kubasaki 15 AS Doha 7 16 9 20 — 42Kubasaki 2 3 8 2 — 15Scoring — AS Doha: Paige Condie 13; Kubasaki: Haley Hansen 4, Nahla Wilson 4.Edgren 49, Seisen 39 Phoenix 13 6 9 9 — 39Eagles 14 10 10 15 — 49Scoring — Eagles: Fier 14, Flowers 11; Phoenix: Kanon Ishibashi 17, Amanda Wood 11.ASIJ 41, AS Doha 26 Mustangs 10 9 10 12 — 41Dragons 2 6 6 12 — 26Scoring — Mustangs: Aqua Wood 20, Chang 10; Dragons: Condie 9. Noteworthy — Wood hit six three-point goals for ASIJ.Seisen 49, Kubasaki 14 Phoenix 10 11 16 12 — 49Dragons 4 2 8 0 — 14Scoring — Phoenix: Wood 20, Sarah Atanacio 11.Friday’s games ASIJ vs. Kubasaki Doha vs. Edgren Doha vs. Seisen Seisen vs. ASIJ Edgren vs. KubasakiPool B Thursday’s games Academy of Our Lady of Guam 41, Kadena 37 Cougars 9 8 10 14 — 41Panthers 14 5 14 4 — 37Scoring — Cougars: Mia San Nicolas 28. Noteworthy — Unanimous all-island MVP San Nicolas hit a three-point play with 29.8 seconds left to win it for the Cougars.Yokota 32, Kinnick 11 Panthers 0 9 9 14 — 32Red Devils 0 7 1 3 — 11Scoring — Panthers: Britney Bailey 24; Red Devils: Ernestina Roberts 4. Noteworthy — Neither team scored until 10:35 into the game.AOLG 32, CAJ 28 Cougars 4 10 12 6 — 32Knights 10 3 9 6 — 28Scoring — Cougars: San Nicolas 16; Knights: Kachel Bedow 8. Noteworthy — San Nicolas had 12 of her 16 points in the third quarter.Kinnick 51, Kadena 49 Red Devils 14 17 7 13 — 51Panthers 9 16 12 12 — 49Scoring — Red Devils: Dallas Carter 17, Roberts 12; Panthers: Atiria Simms 19, Madison Shepard 16, Rhamsey Wyche 11. Noteworthy — Carter hit two foul shots with 20 seconds left to win it.CAJ 26, Yokota 24 Panthers 8 2 10 4 — 24Knights 7 4 6 9 — 26Scoring — Knights: Erika McLain 7; Panthers: Bailey 14. Rebounding — Knights: Julia Fleming 16, Annabelle Deakin 10.Friday’s games AOLG vs. Kinnick Yokota vs. Kadena Kinnick vs. CAJ Kadena vs. CAJ Yokota vs. AOLG

South KoreaOsan 30, Seoul Foreign 19 Wednesday at Osan Air BaseCrusaders 0 4 8 7 — 19Cougars 10 6 11 3 — 30Scoring — Cougars: Alexis Rosenthal 12; Crusaders: Eunice Chang 7.Seoul American 41, Yongsan 25 Wednesday at SeoulFalcons 12 10 3 16 — 41Guardians 4 5 11 5 — 25Scoring — Falcons: Maria Bruch 15, Alyse Neal 10, Krista Bradley 10. Rebounding — Falcons: Renee Thompson 12, Alex Easterling 8, Ebony Dykes 6, Bradley 5. Steals — Falcons: Bradley 9, Bruch 5.Humphreys 29, Taejon Christian 21 Wednesday at Camp HumphreysDragons 5 7 5 4 — 21Blackhawks 1 9 8 11 — 29Scoring — Blackhawks: Danika Torgersen 8, Aajay Pinder 8; Dragons: MacKenzie Smith 7. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Pinder 10.

JapanZama 52, St. Maur 11 Wednesday at Camp ZamaCougars 2 5 3 1 — 11Trojans 12 24 11 5 — 52Scoring — Trojans: Armelia Baldwin 11. Rebounding — Trojans: Kate Hultquist 7, Kiara Coleman 6, Leanne Carlson 5.Yokota 34, Seisen 19 Tuesday at TokyoPanthers 8 8 8 10 — 34Phoenix 2 3 6 8 — 19Scoring — Panthers: Bailey 17; Phoenix: Wood 8. Rebounding — Panthers: Bailey 9, Jordyn Logue 7; Phoenix: Misa Cunhs 8, Wood 7, Anna McKellin 6. Jenny Niwa 5.Kinnick 51, ASIJ 30 Tuesday at Yokosuka Naval BaseMustangs 8 8 7 7 — 30Red Devils 12 13 9 17 — 51Scoring — Red Devils: Carter 21, Jade McGinnis 10, Annalicia Santos 10. Rebounding — Red Devils: Carter 15, Teddy Bates 10, McGinnis 7. Assists — Red Devils: Santos 5. Steals — Red Devils: Roberts 8.

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