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Humphreys' Cullen Areniego and Osan's Braden Snowman leap for the ball during Friday's Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 79-50.
Humphreys' Cullen Areniego and Osan's Braden Snowman leap for the ball during Friday's Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 79-50. (Kelly Kenyon/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Cullen Areniego and Osan's Braden Snowman leap for the ball during Friday's Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 79-50.
Humphreys' Cullen Areniego and Osan's Braden Snowman leap for the ball during Friday's Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 79-50. (Kelly Kenyon/Special to Stripes)
Osan's Maja Inthavixay drives to the basket against Humphreys during Friday's Korea girls basketball game. The Blackhawks won 54-39.
Osan's Maja Inthavixay drives to the basket against Humphreys during Friday's Korea girls basketball game. The Blackhawks won 54-39. (Kelly Kenyon/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Alex Easterling has her way to the basket blocked off by foes and teammates alike during Friday's Korea girls basketball game. The Blackhawks won 54-39.
Humphreys' Alex Easterling has her way to the basket blocked off by foes and teammates alike during Friday's Korea girls basketball game. The Blackhawks won 54-39. (Julianna Visico/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Ebony Dykes pulls down a rebound between teammate Alex Easterling and Osan's JoLisea Bartan-Green during Friday's Korea girls basketball game. The Blackhawks won 54-39.
Humphreys' Ebony Dykes pulls down a rebound between teammate Alex Easterling and Osan's JoLisea Bartan-Green during Friday's Korea girls basketball game. The Blackhawks won 54-39. (Julianna Visico/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Quintin Metcalf slams against Osan during Friday's Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 79-50.
Humphreys' Quintin Metcalf slams against Osan during Friday's Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 79-50. (Julianna Visico/Special to Stripes)
Osan's Daniel Jamerson and Humphreys' Trevijon Williams scuffle for the ball during Friday's Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 79-50.
Osan's Daniel Jamerson and Humphreys' Trevijon Williams scuffle for the ball during Friday's Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 79-50. (Julianna Visico/Special to Stripes)

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Basketball Boys South KoreaHumphreys 79, Osan 50 Friday at Camp HumphreysCougars 15 8 11 16—50Blackhawks 25 30 19 5—79Scoring — Blackhawks: Quintin Metcalf 16, Trevijon Williams 15, Jalen Hill 10; Cougars: Daniel Jamerson 23, Joey Betts 16. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Williams 7, Hill 7, Metcalf 6. Noteworthy — Game ended under Korea league’s mercy rule, enforced with 5 minutes left in third quarter.Yongsan 44, Seoul American 3 Friday at SeoulFalcons 2 1 0 — 3Guardians 16 20 8 — 44 Game called halfway through the third quarter due to Korea league’s mercy rule.Seoul Foreign 47, Daegu 46 Friday at Camp WalkerCrusaders 14 10 10 13 — 47Warriors 6 16 4 20 — 46Scoring — Crusaders: Justin Chung 12; Warriors: Elijah Bembischew 17, J.B. Pope 12. Rebounding — Warriors: Bembischew 12. Noteworthy — Pope scored all his points on three-point goals. Bembischew shot 9-for-13 at the foul line.

JapanZama 67, Yokota 56 Friday at Camp ZamaPanthers 18 11 20 7 — 56Trojans 15 16 14 22 — 67Scoring — Trojans: Keshawn McNeal 20, Chandler Platt 20; Panthers: Riley Demarco 20, Ethan Gaume 14.St. Mary’s 51, Christian Academy Japan 50 Friday at TokyoTitans 13 20 11 7 — 51Knights 8 12 22 8 — 50Scoring — Titans: Sathish Korthikeyan 25, Alister Jones 11; Knights: Koji Matsuoka 14, Ty Hall 12, Enosh Mutenda 10.Western Japan Athletic Association Tournament Friday at KobeE.J. King 61, Senri Osaka 43 Sabres 8 11 15 9 — 43Cobras 18 15 13 15 — 61Scoring — Cobras: Dyson Robinson 21, Jalen Nall 17; Sabres: Tai Gazzad 19. Rebounding — Cobras: Robinson 12, Nall 6; Sabres: Gazzad 10.King 59, Yokohama 44 Dragons 9 10 17 8 — 44Cobras 16 17 9 17 — 59Scoring — Cobras: Robinson 26, Isaiah Williams 10. Rebounding — Cobras: Robinson 12.Matthew C. Perry 47, Canadian Academy 34 Samurai 12 13 10 12 — 47Falcons 15 7 8 4 — 34Scoring — Samurai: Anthony Laney 18. Rebounding — Samurai: Laney 6, Deion Stephens 6, William Rudolph 5. Steals — Samurai: Laney 5. Blocked shots — Samurai: Joseph Andres 3.St. Maur 48, Perry 43Cougars 15 6 12 15--48Samurai 18 13 3 9 — 43Scoring — Samurai: Laney 18. Rebounding — Samurai: Laney 6, Lorenzo Brown II 6. Steals — Samurai: Laney 5. Blocked shots — Samurai: Andres 3.

Girls South KoreaDaegu 51, Seoul Foreign 33 Friday at Camp WalkerCrusaders 6 9 8 10 — 33Warriors 6 14 12 19 — 51Scoring — Warriors: Bethani Newbold 20, Ariel Harvey 12; Crusaders: Alaina Smith 15. Rebounding — Warriors: Dai’Ja Turner 22. Blocked shots — Warriors: Turner 9. Steals — Warriors: Turner 6, Newbold 5. Noteworthy — Newbold scored 13 of her points in the fourth quarter.Humphreys 54, Osan 39 Friday at Camp HumphreysCougars 9 9 5 16 — 39Blackhawks 6 18 18 12 — 54Scoring — Blackhawks: Ebony Dykes 13, Melissa Prichett 11; Cougars: Maja Inthavixay 22.

JapanZama 55, Yokota 39 Friday at Yokota Air BaseTrojans 4 15 17 19 — 55Panthers 7 8 13 11 — 39Scoring — Trojans: Chloe Sterling 31; Panthers: Alexis Smalls 12, Emily Taynton 11. Rebounding — Panthers: Smalls 6. Steals — Panthers: Smalls 5. Noteworthy — Panthers committed 36 turnovers in the defeat. Trojans remain Japan’s lone unbeaten team.Western Japan Athletic Association Tournament Friday at OsakaSenri Osaka 57, Perry 8 Samurai 4 0 0 4 — 8Sabres 21 15 14 7 — 57Scoring — Sabres: Askari Sugimoto 18; Samurai: Bryana McPhail 4.Yokohama 33, Perry 15 Dragons 8 10 7 8 — 33Samurai 4 8 1 2 — 15Scoring — Samurai: Taniya Smith 6. Rebounding — Samurai: Smith 6.Canadian Academy 47, King 34 Falcons 15 14 8 10 — 47Cobras 5 5 10 14 — 34Scoring — Cobras: Gabi Shultz 20. Rebounding — Cobras: Shultz 10, Natalia Hughes 7.St. Maur 45, King 22 Cobras 0 7 7 8 — 22Cougars 12 6 10 17 — 45Scoring — Cobras: Ally Kieter 9. Rebounding — Cobras: Kieter 8, Shultz 7, Hughes 7.

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