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Kadena's Rhamsey Wyche fires up a shot over a Yomitan defender during Sunday's fifth-place girls game in the 10th Okinawa-American Frienship Basketball Tournament. The Panthers -- who won the title the previous four years -- beat Yomitan 57-50.

Kadena's Rhamsey Wyche fires up a shot over a Yomitan defender during Sunday's fifth-place girls game in the 10th Okinawa-American Frienship Basketball Tournament. The Panthers -- who won the title the previous four years -- beat Yomitan 57-50. (Tatiana Zamora/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Rhamsey Wyche fires up a shot over a Yomitan defender during Sunday's fifth-place girls game in the 10th Okinawa-American Frienship Basketball Tournament. The Panthers -- who won the title the previous four years -- beat Yomitan 57-50.

Kadena's Rhamsey Wyche fires up a shot over a Yomitan defender during Sunday's fifth-place girls game in the 10th Okinawa-American Frienship Basketball Tournament. The Panthers -- who won the title the previous four years -- beat Yomitan 57-50. (Tatiana Zamora/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Osan's Andrea Carandang dribbles against Seoul Foreign's Sarah Ha during Saturday's girls basketball game, won by the league-leading Crusaders 40-29.

Osan's Andrea Carandang dribbles against Seoul Foreign's Sarah Ha during Saturday's girls basketball game, won by the league-leading Crusaders 40-29. (Sara Mason/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Isaiah Johnson looks to shoot in front of Kadena's Isaiah Richardson during Sunday's boys championship game in the 10th Okinawa-American Frienship Basketball Tournament. The Dragons routed the Panthers 66-46, avenging last year's last-second 63-61 defeat and winning their 27th straight game dating back to that loss.

Kubasaki's Isaiah Johnson looks to shoot in front of Kadena's Isaiah Richardson during Sunday's boys championship game in the 10th Okinawa-American Frienship Basketball Tournament. The Dragons routed the Panthers 66-46, avenging last year's last-second 63-61 defeat and winning their 27th straight game dating back to that loss. (Tatiana Zamora/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Jacob Green drives for a shot against Kadena's Justin Wilson and Jahron Mitchell during Sunday's boys championship game in the 10th Okinawa-American Frienship Basketball Tournament. The Dragons routed the Panthers 66-46, avenging last year's last-second 63-61 defeat and winning their 27th straight game dating back to that loss.

Kubasaki's Jacob Green drives for a shot against Kadena's Justin Wilson and Jahron Mitchell during Sunday's boys championship game in the 10th Okinawa-American Frienship Basketball Tournament. The Dragons routed the Panthers 66-46, avenging last year's last-second 63-61 defeat and winning their 27th straight game dating back to that loss. (Tatiana Zamora/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Justin Wilson leaps for a rebound against Nago during Sunday's boys semifinal game in the 10th Okinawa-American Frienship Basketball Tournament. The Panthers won 63-44 and reached the championship game against Kubasaki, losing that one 66-46.

Kadena's Justin Wilson leaps for a rebound against Nago during Sunday's boys semifinal game in the 10th Okinawa-American Frienship Basketball Tournament. The Panthers won 63-44 and reached the championship game against Kubasaki, losing that one 66-46. (Tatiana Zamora/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Justin Wilson dribbles against Kubasaki's Imani Washington Sunday's boys championship game in the 10th Okinawa-American Frienship Basketball Tournament. The Dragons routed the Panthers 66-46, avenging last year's last-second 63-61 defeat and winning their 27th straight game dating back to that loss.

Kadena's Justin Wilson dribbles against Kubasaki's Imani Washington Sunday's boys championship game in the 10th Okinawa-American Frienship Basketball Tournament. The Dragons routed the Panthers 66-46, avenging last year's last-second 63-61 defeat and winning their 27th straight game dating back to that loss. (Tatiana Zamora/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Jacob Green drives to the basket between Kadena's Donte Savoy and Isaiah Richardsonl during the boys championship game in the 10th Okinawa-American Frienship Basketball Tournament on Sunday, Jan. 24, 2016. The Dragons routed the Panthers 66-46, avenging last year's last-second 63-61 defeat and winning their 27th straight game dating back to that loss.

Kubasaki's Jacob Green drives to the basket between Kadena's Donte Savoy and Isaiah Richardsonl during the boys championship game in the 10th Okinawa-American Frienship Basketball Tournament on Sunday, Jan. 24, 2016. The Dragons routed the Panthers 66-46, avenging last year's last-second 63-61 defeat and winning their 27th straight game dating back to that loss. (Miranda Fino/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Basketball Boys Okinawa10th Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament Sunday at Camp FosterBoys championship bracket Semifinals Kubasaki 63, Kitanakagusuku 53 Kitanaka 26 8 10 9—53Kubasaki 20 21 10 12—63Scoring — Dragons: Matt Ashley 26, Jacob Green 15.Kadena 63, Nago 44 Kadena 11 15 22 15 —63Nago 9 9 11 15 —44Scoring — Panthers: Justin Wilson 24, Isaiah Richardson 10.Championship Kubasaki 66, Kadena 46 Kubasaki 17 19 12 18 —66Kadena 9 10 14 13 —46Scoring — Dragons: Ashley 21, Green 18, Skylor Stevens 14; Panthers: Wilson 21. Rebounding — Dragons: Stevens 8; Panthers: Wilson 8, Richardson 7. Steals — Dragons: Green 6. Assists — Dragons: Green 6.All-Tournament selections — Panthers: Wilson; Dragons: Green.

Girls Okinawa10th Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament Sunday at Camp FosterKnockout bracket Kadena 43, Kubasaki 33 Kubasaki 3 9 11 10 —33Kadena 16 8 11 8 —43Scoring — Panthers: Rhamsey Wyche 17; Dragons: Chloe’ Stevens 19.Fifth place Kadena 57, Yomitan 50 Yomitan 11 18 11 10 —50Kadena 16 12 11 18 —57Scoring — Panthers: Wyche 24, Brenda Gulley 17.All-Tournament selections — Panthers: Wyche; Dragons: Stevens.

South KoreaSeoul Foreign 40, Osan 29 Saturday at Osan Air BaseSFS 13 5 12 10 —40Osan 7 6 8 8 —29Scoring — Crusaders: Sarah Ha 14, Gia Kang 10; Cougars: Andrea Carandang 18. Rebounding — Crusaders: Kang 13, Ha 10, Mischa Kim 9, Tabi Kim 5. Steals — Crusaders: Ha 7, Tabi Kim 5. Blocked shots — Crusaders: Mercy Milliken 5.

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