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Osan's Zathian Soto brings Humphreys' Christian Ji to the mat at 129 pounds en route to a pinfall victory in 1 minute, 12 seconds.
Osan's Zathian Soto brings Humphreys' Christian Ji to the mat at 129 pounds en route to a pinfall victory in 1 minute, 12 seconds. (Jessica McCollum/Special to Stripes)
Osan's Zathian Soto brings Humphreys' Christian Ji to the mat at 129 pounds en route to a pinfall victory in 1 minute, 12 seconds.
Osan's Zathian Soto brings Humphreys' Christian Ji to the mat at 129 pounds en route to a pinfall victory in 1 minute, 12 seconds. (Jessica McCollum/Special to Stripes)
Osan's Marcus Inthavixay locks in a reverse cradle on Humphreys' Benicio Mariscal at 168 pounds en route to a pinfall victory in 1 minute, 23 seconds.
Osan's Marcus Inthavixay locks in a reverse cradle on Humphreys' Benicio Mariscal at 168 pounds en route to a pinfall victory in 1 minute, 23 seconds. (Jessica McCollum/Special to Stripes)
Osan's heavyweight Myles Bradley wrestles Humphreys' Dontrell Powers to the mat en route to a win by pin in 43 seconds.
Osan's heavyweight Myles Bradley wrestles Humphreys' Dontrell Powers to the mat en route to a win by pin in 43 seconds. (Jessica McCollum/Special to Stripes)
Zama's Chloe Sterling shoots between Okkodo defenders during Friday's ASIJ Kanto Classic girls game. The defending Far East Division II champion Trojans edged the Bulldogs 52-50.
Zama's Chloe Sterling shoots between Okkodo defenders during Friday's ASIJ Kanto Classic girls game. The defending Far East Division II champion Trojans edged the Bulldogs 52-50. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Devyn Lewis shoots against St. Mary's during Friday's ASIJ Kanto Classic boys game. The Blackhawks won 57-45.
Humphreys' Devyn Lewis shoots against St. Mary's during Friday's ASIJ Kanto Classic boys game. The Blackhawks won 57-45. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Corey Hollingsworth tries to shoot between Okkodo defenders during Friday's ASIJ Kanto Classis boys game. The Red Devils won 57-50.
Nile C. Kinnick's Corey Hollingsworth tries to shoot between Okkodo defenders during Friday's ASIJ Kanto Classis boys game. The Red Devils won 57-50. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Emily Taynton tries to drive between Kubasaki's Sophia Grubbs and Racquelle Kilian during Friday's ASIJ Kanto Classic girls game. The Panthers won 34-27.
Yokota's Emily Taynton tries to drive between Kubasaki's Sophia Grubbs and Racquelle Kilian during Friday's ASIJ Kanto Classic girls game. The Panthers won 34-27. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Jaya Walker tries to shoot through the block of Kubasaki's Sophia Grubbs during Friday's ASIJ Kanto Classic girls game. The Panthers won 34-27.
Yokota's Jaya Walker tries to shoot through the block of Kubasaki's Sophia Grubbs during Friday's ASIJ Kanto Classic girls game. The Panthers won 34-27. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Connor Coyne tries to shoot past the block of Kadena's Kai Harris during Friday's ASIJ Kanto Classic boys game. In what many observers called a possible championship-game preview, the defending champion Blackhawks edged the Panthers 49-46.
Humphreys' Connor Coyne tries to shoot past the block of Kadena's Kai Harris during Friday's ASIJ Kanto Classic boys game. In what many observers called a possible championship-game preview, the defending champion Blackhawks edged the Panthers 49-46. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Connor Coyne looks to move past Kadena's Blake Dearborn during Friday's ASIJ Kanto Classic boys game. In what many observers called a possible championship-game preview, the defending champion Blackhawks edged the Panthers 49-46.
Humphreys' Connor Coyne looks to move past Kadena's Blake Dearborn during Friday's ASIJ Kanto Classic boys game. In what many observers called a possible championship-game preview, the defending champion Blackhawks edged the Panthers 49-46. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)
Kadena's Casey Cox shoots over Humphreys' Junior Gregory during Friday's ASIJ Kanto Classic boys game. In what many observers called a possible championship game preview, the defending champion Blackhawks edged the Panthers 49-46.
Kadena's Casey Cox shoots over Humphreys' Junior Gregory during Friday's ASIJ Kanto Classic boys game. In what many observers called a possible championship game preview, the defending champion Blackhawks edged the Panthers 49-46. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

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Wrestling South KoreaFriday at Osan Air BaseHumphreys 59, Seoul Foreign 2 101 — Jeremy Cho tech. Lucie Mathieu; 108 — Alex Toro by walkover; 115 — Fallon Trajanowski by walkover; 122 — DeShaun Adkins pin. Jonathan Ben Shoshan, 2:06; 129 — Christian Ji by walkover; 135 — Sean David Williams tech. Jaymar Lanoza; 141 — Leeroy Chiu by walkover; 148 — Philip Crouch by walkover; 158 — Michael Hudak tech. Alex Lonescu; 168 — Benicio Mariscal tech. Jacob Kazem; 180 — Dennis Martinez by walkover; 215 — Isaiah Owen by walkover; Heavyweight — Dontrell Powers def. Sam Cho by injury default.Humphreys 39, Osan 23 101 — Cho by walkover; 108 — Toro by walkover; 115 — Trajanowski by walkover; 122 — Adkins by walkover; 129 — Zathian Soto, Osan, pin. Ji, 1:12; 135 — S. Williams tech. Nathan Morales; 141 — Toy Williams, Osan, pin. Chiu, :52; 148 — Ramil Celones, Osan, dec. Crouch, 16-10; 158 — Hudak pin. Isaac Ciochetto, 1:15; 168 — Marcus Inthavixay, Osan, pin. Mariscal, 1:23; 180 — Martinez pin. Ethan Hoback, 1:41; 215 — Owen by walkover; Heavyweight — Myles Bradley, Osan, pin. Powers, :43.Osan 38, Seoul Foreign 10 101 — Mathieu by walkover; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Not contested; 122Ben Shoshan by walkover; 129 — Soto by walkover; 135 — Morales tech. Lanoza; 141 — T. Williams by walkover; 148 — Celones pin. Eugene Chou, :30; 158 — Ciochetti pin. Ionescu, 1:34; 168 — Inthavixay tech. Kazem; 180 — Hoback by walkover; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Bradley pin. Cho, :25.

Basketball Boys4th American School In Japan Kanto Classic Friday at Tokyo At ASIJ Chofu CampusFather Duenas 63, Zama 37 Trojans 10 9 8 10 — 37Friars 16 18 20 9 — 63Scoring — Trojans: Chandler Platt 10, Keshawn McNeill 10.Christian Academy Japan 53, Guam High 29 Knights 19 17 8 9 — 53Panthers 6 7 6 10 — 29Scoring — Knights: Ty Hall 14, Enosh Mutenda 12; Panthers: Jayson Jackson 6, Tobias Eckles 6.Humphreys 57, St. Mary’s 45 Blackhawks 11 10 17 13 — 57Titans 6 15 16 8 — 45Scoring — Blackhawks: Junior Gregory 18, Myles Johnson 12; Titans: Aidan O’Flaherty 22.Nile C. Kinnick 57, Okkodo 50 Red Devils 17 18 9 13 — 57Bulldogs 16 15 7 12 — 50Scoring — Red Devils: Darryl Williams 16, Corey Hollingsworth 12.ASIJ 50, St. Paul Christian 20 Mustangs 20 15 10 5 — 50Warriors 6 6 4 4 — 20Scoring — Mustangs: Nash Rasmussen 13. Noteworthy — Rasmussen had 11 of his points in the first quarter.St. Mary’s 58, Yokota 36 Panthers 3 16 10 7 — 36Titans 16 18 18 6 — 58Scoring — O’Flaherty 10, R. Igwe 10; Panthers: David Carlson 12, Ricky DeFazio 11.Humphreys 49, Kadena 46 Blackhawks 15 14 12 8 — 49Panthers 10 15 7 14 — 46Scoring — Blackhawks: Gregory 17, Johnson 14; Panthers: Blake Dearborn 13, Casey Cox 11. Noteworthy — Gregory hit three three-point goals for the Blackhawks.Guam 53, Edgren 47 Panthers 11 14 18 10 — 53Eagles 10 10 15 12 — 47Scoring — Panthers: Nicholas Keefe 15; Eagles: Nasir Sales 13. At Musashino Forest Sports ParkYokota 37, St. Paul Christian 36 Kadena 43, ASIJ 29 Scores unavailable for Kubasaki vs. Robert D. Edgren Father Duenas vs. CAJ Okkodo vs. Zama Kubasaki vs. KinnickSaturday's games Single-elimination playoffs At CAJ Father Duenas vs. Yokota, 9 a.m. At ASIJ St. Mary’s vs. Okkodo, 10:10 a.m. Guam vs. Humphreys, 10:10 a.m. ASIJ vs. Edgren, 11:20 a.m. Kubasaki vs. St. Paul Christian, 11:20 a.m. Kinnick vs. Zama, 11:20 a.m. CAJ vs. Father Duenas-Yokota winner, 1:40 p.m. St. Mary’s-Okkodo winner vs. Guam-Humphreys winner, 1:40 p.m. ASIJ-Edgren winner vs. Kubasaki-St. Paul Christian winner, 2:30 p.m. Kadena vs. Kinnick-Zama winner, 2:30 p.m. Rest of schedule TBD

JapanWestern Japan Athletic Association Tournament Friday at OsakaE.J. King 75, Senri-Osaka 47 Cobras 22 25 12 16 — 75Sabres 6 18 18 7 — 47Scoring — Cobras: L.J. Scarver 26, Jalen Nall 15; Sabres: Yumekichiro Urasaki 14, Keira Sasaki 12. Noteworthy — Scarver hit five three-point goals for the Cobras.King 67, St. Maur 44 Cougars 10 17 10 7 — 44Cobras 27 13 12 15 — 67Scoring — Cobras: Nall 25, Cameron Reinhart 19, Scarver 10; Cougars: Takanobu Kanda 11, Panel Jaroscak 10. Noteworthy — Cobras reached Saturday’s semifinals with the victory. Reinhart hit five first-half three-point goals for the Cobras.Canadian Academy 65, Matthew C. Perry 48 Samurai 16 10 11 11 — 48Falcons 12 26 17 10 — 65Scoring — Samurai: Shion Fleming 17, Justin Andres 11.Yokohama 68, Perry 40 Samurai 15 16 2 7 — 40Dragons 14 13 18 23 — 68Scoring — Samurai: Fleming 14, Tristan Tanjuaquio 12.

Girls4th American School In Japan Kanto Classic Friday at Tokyo At ASIJ Chofu CampusZama 52, Okkodo 50 Bulldogs 16 19 4 11 — 50Trojans 15 14 14 9 — 52Scoring — Trojans: Kirari Smith 14, Chloe Sterling 13.Yokota 34, Kubasaki 27 Panthers 7 11 9 7 — 34Dragons 5 15 3 4 — 27Scoring — Panthers: Jaya Walker 10, Emily Taynton 10. Rebounding — Panthers: Walker 14, Taynton 5.Academy of Our Lady 39, Seisen 19 Cougars 9 8 15 7 — 39Phoenix 3 8 6 2 — l9St. Paul Christian 28, CAJ 20 Warriors 8 3 5 12 — 28Knights 4 5 4 7 — 20Kubasaki 29, Edgren 17 Dragons 3 7 9 10 — 29Eagles 3 4 4 6 — 17Scoring — Dragons: Urara Williams 10.ASIJ 37, Kadena 15 Mustangs 12 10 11 4 — 37Panthers 3 4 6 2 — 15Scoring — Mustangs: Karen Fukuda 10; Panthers: Grace Okubo 6. At Musashino Forest Sports ParkKadena 35, St. Paul 31 CAJ 50, AOLG 33 Scores unavailable for Seisen vs. Humphreys Zama vs. Kinnick Okkodo vs. Yokota Humphreys vs. ASIJSaturday's games Single-elimination playoffs At CAJ Yokota vs. Academy of Our Lady, 10:10 a.m. At ASIJ Kinnick vs. Okkodo, 9 a.m. CAJ vs. Edgren, 9 a.m. St. Paul Christian vs. Humphreys, 10:10 a.m. Kubasaki at Seisen, 9 a.m. ASIJ vs. Yokota-Academy of Our Lady winner, 1:40 p.m. Kinnick-Okkodo winner vs. CAJ-Edgren winner, 12:30 p.m. Zama vs. St. Paul Christian-Humphreys winner, 12:30 p.m. Kadena vs. Kubasaki-Seisen winner, 12:30 p.m. Rest of schedule TBD

JapanWestern Japan Athletic Association Tournament Friday at KobeCanadian Academy 46, Perry 19 Falcons 12 14 8 12 — 46Samurai 2 3 5 9 — 19Scoring — Samurai: Belle Noble 8. Blocked shots — Samurai: Madison Smith 6.St. Maur 54, Perry 24 Cougars 12 10 14 18 — 54Samurai 11 3 3 7 — 24Scoring — Samurai: Jia Asprer 12.

Tennis GuamThursday at HagatnaBoys Guam 32, Southern 4 Singles John Ebler by walkover, Joshua Bamba by walkover.Doubles Thomas Haas and Ezra Scheuermann def. Jun Genovana and Alexandre Villaflor 8-2, Luke Magrath and Joshua Yang def. Tito Ilo and Vincent Quintanilla 8-2.Girls Guam 32, Southern 8 Singles Mandarava Jamyangling-Kawaguchi by walkover, Makayla Hobson def. Lourse Genavana 8-4.Doubles Ashley Dill and Michele Onejeme def. Renae Villaflor and Melissa Salas 8-3, Sophia Forsyth and Molly Lang def. Phoebbie Decipulo and Naoko Senneo 8-1.

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