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Kadena's Atiria Simms looks to pass against Taipei American during Saturday's Taipei Basketball Exchange girls game. The Tigers downed the Panthers 56-44.
Kadena's Atiria Simms looks to pass against Taipei American during Saturday's Taipei Basketball Exchange girls game. The Tigers downed the Panthers 56-44. (Jaelyn Forbes/Special to Stripes)
Kadena's Atiria Simms looks to pass against Taipei American during Saturday's Taipei Basketball Exchange girls game. The Tigers downed the Panthers 56-44.
Kadena's Atiria Simms looks to pass against Taipei American during Saturday's Taipei Basketball Exchange girls game. The Tigers downed the Panthers 56-44. (Jaelyn Forbes/Special to Stripes)
Kubasaki's Ari Gieseck lets fly against Taipei American during Saturday's Taipei Basketball Exchange girls game. The Tigers routed the Dragons 60-16.
Kubasaki's Ari Gieseck lets fly against Taipei American during Saturday's Taipei Basketball Exchange girls game. The Tigers routed the Dragons 60-16. (Kevin Duddleston/Special to Stripes)
Kubasaki's Damien Dorval dribbles against Taipei American during Saturday's Taipei Basketball Exchange boys game. The Tigers routed the Dragons 72-51.
Kubasaki's Damien Dorval dribbles against Taipei American during Saturday's Taipei Basketball Exchange boys game. The Tigers routed the Dragons 72-51. (Tia McMillan/Special to Stripes)
Kadena's Eric McCarter looks for room against Taipei American during Saturday's Taipei Basketball Exchange boys game. The Panthers held on to beat the Tigers 45-39.
Kadena's Eric McCarter looks for room against Taipei American during Saturday's Taipei Basketball Exchange boys game. The Panthers held on to beat the Tigers 45-39. (Tia McMillan/Special to Stripes)
Kubasaki's Tristan Higginson dribbles against Taipei American during Saturday's Taipei Basketball Exchange boys game. The Tigers routed the Dragons 72-51.
Kubasaki's Tristan Higginson dribbles against Taipei American during Saturday's Taipei Basketball Exchange boys game. The Tigers routed the Dragons 72-51. (Tia McMillan/Special to Stripes)
Kadena's Eric McCarter drives against Taipei American during Saturday's Taipei Basketball Exchange boys game. The Panthers held on to beat the Tigers 45-39.
Kadena's Eric McCarter drives against Taipei American during Saturday's Taipei Basketball Exchange boys game. The Panthers held on to beat the Tigers 45-39. (Tina Davis/Special to Stripes)
Kadena's Blake Dearborn puts up a shot against Taipei American during Saturday's Taipei Basketball Exchange boys game. The Panthers held on to beat the Tigers 45-39.
Kadena's Blake Dearborn puts up a shot against Taipei American during Saturday's Taipei Basketball Exchange boys game. The Panthers held on to beat the Tigers 45-39. (Tina Davis/Special to Stripes)

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Wrestling JapanChristian Academy Japan Invitational Saturday at TokyoSt. Mary’s 120, Nile C. Kinnick 62, American School In Japan 46, Yokota 24, Zama 16, Christian Academy Japan 10 101 — 1, Mikhail Titov, St. Mary’s; 2, Alexi Mutoh, Kinnick; 3, Kyle Burger, ASIJ; 4, Layla Standbridge, Yokota.108 — 1, Caleb Heino, Yokota; 2, Jordan Van Druff, CAJ; 3, Anthony Rodrigues, Kinnick; 4, Katsumi Tokunaga, ASIJ.115 — 1, Eiji Kasahara, St. Mary’s; 2, Noah Sandoval, St. Mary’s; 3 (tie), Peter Junker, CAJ, and Take Zoot, ASIJ.122 — 1, Harold Mancia, St. Mary’s; 2, Jasjot Bedi, St. Mary’s; 3 (tie), Ira Kadet, ASIJ, and Kaito Hayashi, Zama.129 — 1, Kenerick McDaniel, Kinnick; 2, William Shapley, Kinnick; 3 (tie), Samin Hoque and Masaki Aoki, St. Mary’s.135 — 1, William Krcelic, St. Mary’s; 2, Hikaru Shimada, St. Mary’s; 3 (tie), Konstantin Meyer Zu Brickwedde, St. Mary’s, and Josiah Millare, Kinnick.141 — 1, Ethan Hamilton, Kinnick; 2, Egan Sadler, ASIJ; 3 (tie), Nishant Chanda and Jo Inoue, St. Mary’s.148 — 1, Cole Lawlor, St. Mary’s; 2, Kieran Kell, ASIJ; 3 (tie), Paing Phyoe, St. Mary’s, and Alex Lyles, Kinnick.158 — 1, Rin Zoot, ASIJ; 2, Warren Koslow, St. Mary’s; 3 (tie), Marc Morgon and Aubrey St. John, Kinnick.168 — 1, Zenon Sadler, ASIJ; 2, Lev Titov, St. Mary’s; 3, Alex Lovell, Kinnick.180 — 1, Austin Koslow, St. Mary’s; 2, Austin Fisher, Yokota; 3 (tie), Marl Macato, Kinnick, and Cain Mumford, Zama.215 — 1, Chris Mason, Kinnick; 2, Michael Patton, St. Mary’s; 3, Dani Rahman, ASIJ. Heavyweight — 1, Desmond Martin, Zama; 2, Zay Jackson, Yokota.

South KoreaSaturday at Osan Air BaseHumphreys 57, Daegu 6 101 — Jeremy Cho, Humphreys, by walkover; 108 — Donald Thomas, Daegu, pin. Kevin Lima, 3:31; 115 — Fuente Pedro, Humphreys, by walkover; 122 — Adan Yu, Humphreys, by walkover; 129 — Sam Lister, Humphreys, by walkover; 135 — Will Allen, Humphreys, tech. Charlie Lyons; 141 — Ben Lister, Humphreys, by walkover; 148 — Jaiden Workman, Humphreys, pin. Jacob Berry, 1:46; 158 — Payton Davis, Humphreys, dec. Gavin Jackson; 168 — Jake De La Rosa, Humphreys, pin. Dante Winfield, 2:08; 180 — D.J. Martinez, Humphreys, by walkover; 215 — Jonah Montanez, Humphreys, by walkover; Heavyweight — Xavier Thorps, Humphreys, by walkover.Humphreys 52, Osan 11 101 — Cho by walkover; 108 — Lima by walkover; 115 — Pedro by walkover; 122 — S. Lister by walkover; 129 — Kojiro VanHoose, Osan, pin. Uliese Yu, 2:19; 135 — Allen pin. Jordan Silva, 1:50; 141 — B. Lister by walkover; 148 — Workman tech. Joseph Koo; 158 — Marcus Inthavixay, Osan, pin. Davis, 2:28; 168 — De La Rosa by walkover; 180 — Martinez by walkover; 215 — Montanez dec. Jaray Mensah; Heavyweight — Thorps by walkover.Humphreys 53, Seoul American 10 101 — Lima by walkover; 108 — Cho by walkover; 115 — Pedro by walkover; 122 — S. Lister by walkover; 129 — Yu by walkover; 135 — Allen by walkover; 141 — B. Lister pin. Efrain Velazquez-Lebron, :38; 148 — Workman tech. Toy Williams; 158 — Davis tech. Jaiden Luengas; 168 — De La Rosa by walkover; 180 — Brian Choe, Seoul, tech. Martinez; 215 — Frank Hurtado-Gutierrez, Seoul, pin. Montanez, 1:21; Heavyweight — Thorps by walkover.Osan 19, Daegu 14 101 — Not contested; 108 — Thomas by walkover; 115 — Not contested; 122 — Not contested; 129 — VanHoose pin. Lyons; 135 — Silva by walkover; 141 — Not contested; 148 — Berry tech. Koo; 158 — Inthavixay tech. Jackson; 168 — Winfield by walkover; 180 — Not contested; 215 — Mensah by walkover; Heavyweight — Not contested.Seoul American 18, Osan 9 101 — Not contested; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Not contested; 122 — Not contested; 129 — VanHoose by walkover; 135 — Velazquez-Lebron tech. Silva; 141 — Not contested; 148 — Williams pin. Koo, 2:10; 158 — Inthavixay pin. Luengas, 2:00; 168 — Not contested; 180 — Choe by walkover; 215 — Hurtado-Gutierrez tech. Mensah; Heavyweight — Not contested.Seoul American 20, Daegu 20 101 — Not contested; 108 — Thomas by walkover; 115 — Not contested; 122 — Not contested; 129 — Not contested; 135 — Lyons by walkover; 141 — Velazquez-Lebron by walkover; 148 — Williams pin. Berry; 158 — Jackson pin. Luengas; 168 — Winfield by walkover; 180 — Choe by walkover; 215 — Hurtado-Gutierrez by walkover; Heavyweight — Not contested.

Basketball Boys4th Taipei American-Okinawa Basketball Exchange Saturday at Camp Foster, OkinawaKadena 45, Taipei American 39 Panthers 15 6 14 10 — 45Tigers 5 6 12 16 — 39Scoring — Panthers: Eric McCarter 18.Taipei American 72, Kubasaki 51 Tigers 11 25 12 24 — 72Dragons 12 8 13 18 — 51Scoring — Dragons: Damien Dorval 24. Noteworthy — Dorval scored 11 first-quarter points.

South KoreaOsan 59, Taejon Christian 45 Saturday at Osan Air BaseDragons 15 8 8 14 — 45Cougars 20 18 8 13 — 59Scoring — Cougars: Daniel Jamerson 37, Joey Betts 11; Dragons: Jonathan Kim 13. Noteworthy — Jamerson had 30 of his points in the first half.Humphreys 86, Daegu 49 Saturday at Camp HumphreysWarriors 3 12 15 19 — 49Blackhawks 17 23 23 23 — 86Scoring — Blackhawks: Quintin Metcalf 31, Jalen Hill 20, Collin Metcalf 10; Warriors: J.B. Pope 22, Jack Zimmer 14. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Q. Metcalf 10, C. Metcalf 9, Hill 9; Warriors: Zimmer 5, Elijah Bembischew 5. Assists — Warriors: Q. Metcalf 5.

JapanKinnick 70, ASIJ 62 Saturday at TokyoRed Devils 17 17 13 23 — 70Mustangs 17 11 15 19 — 62Scoring — Red Devils: Kaine Roberts 29, Rashad Rapada 19, Davion Roberts 14; Mustangs: Chris Sasanuma 14, Tyler Schiff 14. Noteworthy — Red Devils got the best of the Mustangs in the first meeting of the season between the teams that battled for last season’s Far East Division I and combined tournament titles.Western Japan Athletic Association Tournament Saturday at KobeE.J. King 66, Matthew C. Perry 47 Cobras 18 17 18 13 — 66Samurai 10 11 8 18 — 47Scoring — Cobras: Dyson Robinson 24, Jalen Hall 14, Isaiah Williams 10; Samurai: Anthony Laney 13, Lorenzo Brown II 13. Rebounding — Cobras: Robinson 11, Williams 6, Nall 5; Samurai: Laney 5, Brown 5, Joseph Andres 5.Perry 53, Yokohama 48, OT Samurai 7 10 15 13 8 — 53Dragons 9 8 14 14 3 — 48Scoring — Samurai: Jericho Eusebio 12, Jomari Silang 10, Laney 10. Rebounding — Samurai: Eusebio 6, William Rudolph 6, Silang 5, Micah Rupp 5, Deion Stephens 5. Blocked shots — Samurai: Rupp 6. Assists — Samurai: Eusebio 6. Noteworthy — Samurai finished third in the tournament.Championship King 74, St. Maur 32 Cobras 20 23 19 12 — 74Cougars 9 2 21 0 — 32Scoring — Cobras: Robinson 23, James Meachum 15, Nall 14. Rebounding — Cobras: Robinson 11. Steals — Cobras: Robinson 6. Assists — Cobras: Nall 7. Noteworthy — Cobras won the WJAA Tournament title for the fifth time in six years, including the last three.

Girls4th Taipei American-Okinawa Basketball Exchange Saturday at Camp Foster, OkinawaTaipei American 60, Kubasaki 16 Tigers 21 13 15 11 — 60Dragons 2 4 6 4 — 16Scoring — Dragons: Megan Charkowski 6.Taipei American 56, Kadena 44 Panthers 11 18 4 11 — 44Tigers 15 16 10 15 — 56Scoring — Panthers: Korina Macato 14, Atiria Simms 13.

South KoreaOsan 26, Taejon Christian 21 Saturday at Osan Air BaseDragons 0 12 9 0 — 21Cougars 7 10 6 3 — 26Scoring — Cougars: Maja Inthavixay 10; Dragons: Sylvia Yun 8.Daegu 73, Humphreys 56 Saturday at Camp HumphreysWarriors 9 16 21 27 — 73Blackhawks 13 10 10 23 — 56Scoring — Warriors: Bethani Newbold 39, Jya Van 16, Dai’Ja Turner 16; Blackhawks: Jazman Woods 16, Maria Bruch 13, Alex Easterling 10, Ebony Dykes 10. Rebounding — Warriors: Turner 15. Steals — Warriors: Turner 6, Newbold 5. Blocked shots — Warriors: Turner 8.Seoul Foreign 36, Yongsan 24 Saturday at SeoulCrusaders 10 12 13 1 — 36Guardians 8 8 4 4 — 24Scoring — Crusaders: Eunice Chung 12; Guardians: Ashley Cho 10. Rebounding — Guardians: Rachael Ko 8. Steals — Guardians: Ko 6.Seoul American 30, Yongsan 17 Friday at SeoulFalcons 8 8 10 4 — 30Guardians 6 6 3 2 — 17Scoring — Falcons: Mya Robinson 8; Guardians: Cho 6. Rebounding — Guardians: Ko 6. Steals — Guardians Cho 6.

JapanASIJ 27, Kinnick 23 Saturday at TokyoRed Devils 5 1 6 11 — 23Mustangs 5 0 12 10 — 27Scoring — Mustangs: Pari Eaton 12; Red Devils: Journey Hammond 14. Rebounding — Red Devils: Cassi Boyer 6, Kiana Johnson 6, Melissa Rose 5.ASIJ 39, Sacred Heart 22 Thursday at TokyoSymbas 6 10 2 4-22Mustangs 6 7 13 13 — 39Scoring — Mustangs: Eaton 12, Jessica Sliter 12; Symbas: Alissa Belitz 8.Western Japan Athletic Association Tournament Saturday at OsakaYokohama 48, E.J. King 37 Dragons 10 12 12 14 — 48Cobras 9 11 8 9 — 37Scoring — Cobras: Gabi Shultz 20. Rebounding — Cobras: Ally Kiefer 7.St. Maur 38, Perry 17 Cougars 11 7 14 6 — 38Samurai 2 3 5 7 — 17Scoring — Samurai: Taniya Smith 10. Rebounding — Samurai: Smith 8.King 24, Perry 18 Cobras 9 4 7 4 — 24Samurai 5 2 5 6 — 18Scoring — Cobras: Shultz 8; Samurai: Smith 10. Rebounding — Cobras: Kathryn Stougard 8, Kiefer 6; Samurai: Smith 5.

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