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Seoul Foreign's Shiraz Ben Shoshan looks to pass against Daegu's Maya Darby during Friday's Korea girls basketball game, won by the Warriors 36-31.
Seoul Foreign's Shiraz Ben Shoshan looks to pass against Daegu's Maya Darby during Friday's Korea girls basketball game, won by the Warriors 36-31. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stripes)
Seoul Foreign's Shiraz Ben Shoshan looks to pass against Daegu's Maya Darby during Friday's Korea girls basketball game, won by the Warriors 36-31.
Seoul Foreign's Shiraz Ben Shoshan looks to pass against Daegu's Maya Darby during Friday's Korea girls basketball game, won by the Warriors 36-31. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stripes)
Seoul Foreign's Shiraz Ben Shoshan finds herself surrounded by Daegu's DaiJa Turner and Bethani Newbold during Friday's Korea girls basketball game, won by the Warriors 36-31.
Seoul Foreign's Shiraz Ben Shoshan finds herself surrounded by Daegu's DaiJa Turner and Bethani Newbold during Friday's Korea girls basketball game, won by the Warriors 36-31. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stripes)
Daegu's Cedric Turner looks to pass against Seoul Foreign's Han Kim during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Crusaders 59-43.
Daegu's Cedric Turner looks to pass against Seoul Foreign's Han Kim during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Crusaders 59-43. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stripes)
Daegu's Elijah Bembischew and Jack Zimmer corral Seoul Foreign's Justin Chung and the ball during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Crusaders 59-43.
Daegu's Elijah Bembischew and Jack Zimmer corral Seoul Foreign's Justin Chung and the ball during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Crusaders 59-43. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stripes)
Zama's Devante Gabriel lunges for a rebound against Kubasaki's Ilijah Washington during Friday's boys pool-play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The Dragons routed the Trojans 50-29.
Zama's Devante Gabriel lunges for a rebound against Kubasaki's Ilijah Washington during Friday's boys pool-play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The Dragons routed the Trojans 50-29. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kubasaki's Elonzo Higginson III gets wrapped up by Zama's Tristan Venturina while skying for a layup during Friday's boys pool-play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. Venturina was called for a foul on the play. The Dragons routed the Trojans 50-29.
Kubasaki's Elonzo Higginson III gets wrapped up by Zama's Tristan Venturina while skying for a layup during Friday's boys pool-play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. Venturina was called for a foul on the play. The Dragons routed the Trojans 50-29. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Robert D. Edgren's Nathan Barry skies for a layup between Nile C. Kinnick defenders Levi Ferguson and Roderick Bell during Friday's boys pool-play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The Red Devils routed the Eagles 86-42.
Robert D. Edgren's Nathan Barry skies for a layup between Nile C. Kinnick defenders Levi Ferguson and Roderick Bell during Friday's boys pool-play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The Red Devils routed the Eagles 86-42. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Rashad Rapada and Robert D. Edgren's Roman Perez can't find the handle on the ball in Friday's boys pool-play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The Red Devils routed the Eagles 86-42.
Nile C. Kinnick's Rashad Rapada and Robert D. Edgren's Roman Perez can't find the handle on the ball in Friday's boys pool-play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The Red Devils routed the Eagles 86-42. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Academy of Our Lady of Guam's Therese Fegurgur tries to tie up Yokota ballhandler Bria Johnson during Friday's pool-play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The Panthers routed the Cougars 47-16.
Academy of Our Lady of Guam's Therese Fegurgur tries to tie up Yokota ballhandler Bria Johnson during Friday's pool-play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The Panthers routed the Cougars 47-16. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Britney Bailey looks for room against Academy of Our Lady of Guam's Mika Dela Cruz during Friday's girls pool-play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The Panthers routed the Cougars 47-16.
Yokota's Britney Bailey looks for room against Academy of Our Lady of Guam's Mika Dela Cruz during Friday's girls pool-play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The Panthers routed the Cougars 47-16. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Jordyn Logue drives for a layup ahead of Academy of Our Lady of Guam's Emilee Yamamoto during Friday's girls pool-play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The Panthers routed the Cougars 47-16.
Yokota's Jordyn Logue drives for a layup ahead of Academy of Our Lady of Guam's Emilee Yamamoto during Friday's girls pool-play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The Panthers routed the Cougars 47-16. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Academy of Our Lady of Guam's Mia San Nicolas grabs a rebound away from Yokota's Aika Arzuaga during Friday's girls pool-play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The Panthers routed the Cougars 47-16.
Academy of Our Lady of Guam's Mia San Nicolas grabs a rebound away from Yokota's Aika Arzuaga during Friday's girls pool-play game in the 2nd American School In Japan Kanto Classic Basketball Tournament. The Panthers routed the Cougars 47-16. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

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Basketball Boys2nd Kanto Classic Tournament Friday at American School In JapanPool C St. Mary’s 21, Zama 19 Trojans 5 6 3 5—19Titans 5 5 4 7—21Scoring — Titans: Shin Yazawa 9; Trojans: Jaleen Carroll 7. Noteworthy — Sathish Karthikeyan stole the ball and hit a layup with five seconds left to give the Titans the victory.ASIJ 51, American School of Doha 29Mustangs 19 14 12 6 — 51Dragons 6 6 6 11 — 29Scoring — Mustangs: Koki Wiley 12, Tyler Evert 10, Oliver Rogers 10; Dragons: Daniel Crook 9. Noteworthy — Wiley had nine first-quarter points and Rogers eight second-quarter points for ASIJ.Kubasaki 55, AS Doha 45Kubasaki 15 11 12 17 — 55AS Doha 8 14 10 13 — 45Scoring — Kubasaki: Elonzo Higginson III 23, Jhean Natividad 10; AS Doha: Seif Nabulsi 16, Nathan Leurangeur 12.ASIJ 55, St. Mary’s 20Mustangs 9 13 17 16 — 55Titans 5 3 6 6 — 20Scoring — Mustangs: Rogers 10; Titans: Nicolas Popov 8.Kubasaki 50, Zama 29 Dragons 15 10 10 15 — 50Trojans 10 8 10 1 — 29Scoring — Dragons: Higginson 15; Trojans: Hikari Nakamura 10, Tristan Venturina 10.Pool D Kadena 61, Nile C. Kinnick 59 Red Devils 7 13 15 24 — 59Panthers 13 14 18 16 — 61Scoring — Panthers: Montez Young Jr. 20, Cody Chambers 11; Red Devils: Davion Roberts 31, Kedrick Stockman 11. Noteworthy — Roberts missed a shot at the buzzer to tie the game. Young had eight third-quarter points and Chambers three three-point goals for the Panthers.Yokota 50, Robert D. Edgren 31 Eagles 2 6 8 15-31Panthers 14 6 8 22 — 50Scoring — Panthers: Renyck Robertson 24, Kishaun Kimble-Brooks 13; Eagles: Roman Perez 11.Kadena 46, Christian Academy Japan 42 Panthers 12 14 10 10 — 46Knights 9 10 7 16 — 42Scoring — Panthers: Myles Johnson 10; Knights: Enosh Mutenda 15.Kinnick 86, Edgren 42 Red Devils 22 25 23 16 — 86Eagles 14 10 8 10 — 42Scoring — Red Devils: Stockman 18, Roberts 14, Kaine Roberts 10; Eagles: Perez 10, Elijah Pugh 10.CAJ 53, Yokota 47 Panthers 12 14 14 7 — 47Knights 17 17 12 7 — 53Scoring — Knights: Mutenda 12, Takara Nishizaki 11; Panthers: Robertson 24. Noteworthy — Robertson had all 12 first-quarter points for the Panthers.Single-elimination playoffs Saturday’s games St. Mary’s vs. Edgren, 11:15 a.m. Yokota vs. Zama, 11:15 a.m. Kadena vs. Game 5 winner, 2:35 p.m. CAJ vs. Kubasaki, 12:20 p.m. AS Doha vs. Kinnick, 12:20 p.m. ASIJ vs. Game 6 winner, 2:25 p.m.Semifinals TBD, 4:45 p.m. TBD, 4:45 p.m.Third TBD, 7:10 p.m.Championship TBD, 8 p.m.

South KoreaSeoul Foreign 59, Daegu 43 Friday at Camp WalkerCrusaders 14 7 23 15 — 59Warriors 5 10 10 18 — 43Scoring — Crusaders: Jonah Meyer 19, Justin Chung 18; Warriors: Elijah Bembischew 10.Humphreys 83, Seoul American 36 Friday at Camp HumphreysFalcons 14 10 7 5 — 36Blackhawks 14 27 23 19 — 83Scoring — Blackhawks: Quintin Metcalf 32, Jalen Hill 19, Brice Bulotovich 17. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Metcalf 17, Hill 10, Bulotovich 7. Assists — Blackhawks: Bulotovich 7, Hill 5. Blocked shots — Blackhawks: Metcalf 8.Yongsan 44, Taejon Christian 39 Friday at DaejeonGuardians 7 18 12 7 — 44Dragons 9 7 9 14 — 39

JapanWestern Japan Athletic Association Tournament Friday at OsakaE.J. King 60, Senri-Osaka International 42 Sabres 11 10 8 13 — 42Cobras 23 18 9 10 — 60Scoring — Cobras: Dyson Robinson 20, Jalen Nall 14, Sidney Parks 13.King 67, Yokohama 35 Dragons 10 8 10 7 — 35Cobras 20 12 22 14 — 67Scoring — Cobras: Parks 20, Robinson 15, Elijah Dannel 11.Canadian Academy 69, Matthew C. Perry 38 Samurai 10 12 4 12 — 38Falcons 16 16 21 16 — 69Scoring — Samurai: Jonathan Armijo 13, Kapili Gleason 11.Perry 50, St. Maur 46 Cougars 8 11 13 14 — 46Samurai 4 15 15 16 — 50Scoring — Samurai: Gleason 20, Armijo 16.

Girls2nd Kanto Classic Tournament Friday at American School In JapanPool A ASIJ 37, Kubasaki 6 Dragons 4 2 0 0 — 6Mustangs 14 9 7 7 — 37Scoring — Mustangs: Erin Chang 10.Edgren 30, AS Doha 17 Dragons 4 0 6 7 — 17Eagles 4 10 6 10 — 30Scoring — Eagles: Karen Anastos 9, Christina Taylor 9; Dragons: Allie Routledge 6.Seisen 29, AS Doha 28 Dragons 5 4 13 6 — 28Phoenix 4 10 9 6 — 29Scoring — Phoenix: Amanda Wood 12, Kanon Ishibashi 9; Dragons: Grace Liveoak 14. Noteworthy — Liveoak scored 10 of her points in the third quarter.ASIJ 29, Seisen 17 Mustangs 4 10 7 8 — 29Phoenix 6 4 3 4 — 17Scoring — Mustangs: Chang 12; Phoenix: Wood 10.Edgren 50, Kubasaki 12 Dragons 2 2 2 6 — 12Eagles 11 14 15 10 — 50Scoring — Eagles: Anastos 16.Kinnick 50, Academy of Our Lady of Guam 45 Red Devils 11 13 12 14 — 50Cougars 10 14 14 7 — 45Scoring — Red Devils: Dallas Carter 25, Jade McGinnis 10; Cougars: Mia San Nicolas 23, Rosita Duenas 11.Yokota 27, Kadena 22 Kadena 1 7 6 8 — 22Yokota 13 2 6 6 — 27Scoring — Yokota: Britney Bailey 13; Kadena: Rhamsey Wyche 12. Noteworthy — Jamia Bailey shot 5-for-5 from the foul line for Yokota.Kinnick 30, CAJ 20 Red Devils 6 14 5 5 — 30Knights 2 2 6 10 — 20Scoring — Red Devils: McGinnis 8; Knights: Julia Fleming 8.Kadena 34, CAJ 23 Panthers 10 3 9 12 — 34Knights 10 7 2 4 — 23Scoring — Panthers: Wyche 13; Knights: Fleming 10.Yokota 47, AOLG 16 Panthers 7 10 14 16 — 47Cougars 6 4 4 2 — 16Scoring — Panthers: B. Bailey 28; Cougars: Emilee Yamamoto 8.Single-elimination playoffs Saturday’s games AS Doha vs. CAJ, 9 a.m. Kadena vs. Kubasaki, 9 a.m. Yokota vs. Doha-CAJ winner, 1:30 p.m. AOLG vs. ASIJ, 10:10 a.m. Seisen vs. Kinnick, 10:10 a.m. Edgren vs. Kadena-Kubasaki winner, 1:30 p.m.Semifinals TBD, 3:40 p.m. TBD, 3:40 p.m.Third TBD, 6 p.m.Championship TBD, 6:30 p.m.

South KoreaDaegu 36, Seoul Foreign 31 Friday at Camp WalkerCrusaders 8 3 9 11 — 31Warriors 14 7 12 3 — 36Scoring — Warriors: DaiJa Turner 18, Bethani Newbold 16; Crusaders: Janet Lee 11.Seoul American 37, Humphreys 18 Friday at Camp HumphreysFalcons 20 5 10 2 — 37Blackhawks 2 4 10 2 — 18Scoring — Falcons: Alyse Neal 10; Blackhawks: Krystal Duenas 6. Rebounding — Falcons: Renee Thompson 6, Tailan Hickey 6. Blocked shots — Falcons: Ebony Dykes 3.Yongsan 23, Taejon Christian 18 Friday at DaejeonGuardians 8 4 2 9 — 23Dragons 2 2 9 5 — 18Scoring — Guardians: Soo Lee 12; Dragons: MacKenzie Smith 9. Rebounding — Guardians: Rachael Ko 10.

JapanWestern Japan Athletic Association Tournament Friday at KobeKing 57, Senri-Osaka 30 Sabres 2 8 8 12 — 30Cobras 19 10 22 6 — 57Scoring — Cobras: Zanitta Boyd 19, Anna Small 14, Claire May 12, Gabi Shultz 10.King 59, Yokohama 25 Dragons 7 10 2 6 — 25Cobras 14 19 16 10 — 59Scoring — Cobras: Boyd 20, Shultz 20, May 15.Canadian Academy 39, Perry 33 Quarter splits not available. Scoring — Samurai: Madison Swieczkowski 19, Tarina Smith 10.St. Maur 37, Perry 21 Quarter splits not available. Scoring — Samurai: Swieczkowski 11.

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