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Osan's Christina Britt and Humphreys' Hayden Orr collide in a chase for the ball during Wednesday's girls basketball game. The visiting Cougars won 51-25.
Osan's Christina Britt and Humphreys' Hayden Orr collide in a chase for the ball during Wednesday's girls basketball game. The visiting Cougars won 51-25. (Sean White/Special to Stars and Stripes )
Osan's Christina Britt and Humphreys' Hayden Orr collide in a chase for the ball during Wednesday's girls basketball game. The visiting Cougars won 51-25.
Osan's Christina Britt and Humphreys' Hayden Orr collide in a chase for the ball during Wednesday's girls basketball game. The visiting Cougars won 51-25. (Sean White/Special to Stars and Stripes )
Osan's Jana Rafi dribbles ahead of Humphreys' Cleo Cody during Wednesday's girls basketball game. The visiting Cougars won 51-25.
Osan's Jana Rafi dribbles ahead of Humphreys' Cleo Cody during Wednesday's girls basketball game. The visiting Cougars won 51-25. (Sean White/Special to Stars and Stripes )
Osan's Danielle Dawson skies over Humphreys' Kaelin Elliott for a shot during Wednesday's girls basketball game. The visiting Cougars won 51-25.
Osan's Danielle Dawson skies over Humphreys' Kaelin Elliott for a shot during Wednesday's girls basketball game. The visiting Cougars won 51-25. (Sean White/Special to Stars and Stripes )
Osan's Lizzy White leaps to block a shot by Humphreys' Myah Childs during Wednesday's girls basketball game. The visiting Cougars won 51-25.
Osan's Lizzy White leaps to block a shot by Humphreys' Myah Childs during Wednesday's girls basketball game. The visiting Cougars won 51-25. (Sean White/Special to Stars and Stripes )
Osan's Sung DeAngelo tries to dribble past Seoul American's Willie Grandison during Monday's boys basketball game. The visiting Falcons won 74-41.
Osan's Sung DeAngelo tries to dribble past Seoul American's Willie Grandison during Monday's boys basketball game. The visiting Falcons won 74-41. (Carson Nugent/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Myah Childs drives past Daegu's Asia Green during Tuesday's girls basketball game, won by the host Blackhawks 36-20.
Humphreys' Myah Childs drives past Daegu's Asia Green during Tuesday's girls basketball game, won by the host Blackhawks 36-20. (Sean White/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Dai'Jonnai Smith and Daegu's Carmen Zeski tussle for the ball during Tuesday's girls basketball game, won by the host Blackhawks 36-20.
Humphreys' Dai'Jonnai Smith and Daegu's Carmen Zeski tussle for the ball during Tuesday's girls basketball game, won by the host Blackhawks 36-20. (Sean White/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Nate Hellams finishes off a slam dunk against Daegu during Tuesday's boys basketball game, won by the host Blackhawks 64-46.
Humphreys' Nate Hellams finishes off a slam dunk against Daegu during Tuesday's boys basketball game, won by the host Blackhawks 64-46. (Sean White/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Humphreys' Bryce Bulotovich fires a shot over Daegu's Mar'Shawn Burton during Tuesday's boys basketball game, won by the host Blackhawks 64-46.
Humphreys' Bryce Bulotovich fires a shot over Daegu's Mar'Shawn Burton during Tuesday's boys basketball game, won by the host Blackhawks 64-46. (Sean White/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Seoul American's DeAndre Metcalf slam dunks over teammate Levi Johnson and Osan's Justin Maglalang during Monday's boys basketball game. The visiting Falcons won 74-41.
Seoul American's DeAndre Metcalf slam dunks over teammate Levi Johnson and Osan's Justin Maglalang during Monday's boys basketball game. The visiting Falcons won 74-41. (Claire Ancheta/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Seoul American's Josh Nix dribble drives around Osan's Matthew Burbee during Monday's boys basketball game. The visiting Falcons won 74-41.
Seoul American's Josh Nix dribble drives around Osan's Matthew Burbee during Monday's boys basketball game. The visiting Falcons won 74-41. (Claire Ancheta/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Seoul American's Quintin Metcalf outleaps Osan's Cameron Jones for a rebound during Monday's boys basketball game. The visiting Falcons won 74-41.
Seoul American's Quintin Metcalf outleaps Osan's Cameron Jones for a rebound during Monday's boys basketball game. The visiting Falcons won 74-41. (Claire Ancheta/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Seoul American's Levi Johnson shoots against Osan's Darius Dawson during Monday's boys basketball game. The visiting Falcons won 74-41.
Seoul American's Levi Johnson shoots against Osan's Darius Dawson during Monday's boys basketball game. The visiting Falcons won 74-41. (Claire Ancheta/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Osan's Sung DeAngelo looks to pass against Humphreys' Da'Shun Cline during Wednesday's boys basketball game. The host Blackhawks prevailed 67-53 in overtime.
Osan's Sung DeAngelo looks to pass against Humphreys' Da'Shun Cline during Wednesday's boys basketball game. The host Blackhawks prevailed 67-53 in overtime. (Carson Nugent/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Osan's Darius Dawson gets hemmed in by Humphreys' Tyrell Alexander and Da'Shun Cline during Wednesday's boys basketball game. The host Blackhawks prevailed 67-53 in overtime.
Osan's Darius Dawson gets hemmed in by Humphreys' Tyrell Alexander and Da'Shun Cline during Wednesday's boys basketball game. The host Blackhawks prevailed 67-53 in overtime. (Carson Nugent/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Wrestling JapanChristian Academy Japan 36, American School In Japan 20 Wednesday at Tokyo101 — Ira Kadet, ASIJ, pin. Tai Van Dam; 108 — Joe Frazier, CAJ, by walkover; 115 — Jordan Van Druff, CAJ, tech. Egan Sadler; 122 — Michael Yoshino, CAJ, tech. Taichi Kakitani; 129 — Josh Larsen, ASIJ, by walkover; 135 — Rin Zoot, ASIJ, pin. Yeol Ryoo; 141 — Nathan Bolinger, CAJ, pin. Berk Ozkan; 148 — Willem Van Dam, CAJ, pin. Masa Kawasaki; 158 — Callum Marshall, CAJ, pin. Taro Iyadomi; 168 — JinHwi Park, CAJ, tech. Dave Rachman; 180 — Lawrence Yamaguchi, CAJ, tech. Noah Dobberfuhl; 215 — Thomas Grespan, ASIJ, by walkover; Heavyweight — Not contested.

Basketball Boys South KoreaHumphreys 67, Osan 53, OT Wednesday at Camp HumphreysCougars 17 13 11 7 5 — 53Blackhawks 20 8 7 13 19 — 67Scoring — Blackhawks: Tyrell Alexander 20, Jackson Taylor 13, Jalen Hill 12; Cougars: Justin Maglalang 21, Cameron Jones 13. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Brice Bulotovich 9, Hill 7, Alexander 5.Seoul American 79, Yongsan 63 Wednesday at Yongsan GarrisonGuardians 13 9 22 19 — 63Falcons 17 21 15 26 — 79Scoring — Falcons: DeAndre Metcalf 27, Joshua Nix 16, Quintin Metcalf 12, Willie Grandison 11, Ken Paclipan 10; Guardians: Corban Remsburg 23, Nathan Moyer 23, Joshua Kim 10. Rebounding — Falcons: Q. Metcalf 15, D. Metcalf 9. Assists — Falcons: Grandison 9. Steals — Falcons: Grandison 5.Humphreys 64, Daegu 46 Tuesday at Camp HumphreysWarriors 10 10 9 17 — 46Blackhawks 14 10 24 16 — 64Scoring — Blackhawks: Nate Hellams 17, Alexander 17; Warriors: Keith Williams 17. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Taylor 13, Hellams 7, Hill 7. Assists — Blackhawks: Da’Shun Cline 8.Seoul American 74, Osan 41 Monday at Osan Air BaseFalcons 26 10 16 22 — 74Cougars 7 8 17 9 — 41Scoring — Falcons: Q. Metcalf 30, Nix 19, D. Metcalf 10. Rebounding — Falcons: Q.Metcalf 23. Assists — Falcons: Nix 6, Grandison 6. Steals — Falcons: Nix 7. Blocked shots — Falcons: Q.Metcalf 5. Noteworthy — Quintin Metcalf, a sophomore, posted career highs in points and rebounds; he had been averaging 18 and 13 per game.

GuamGuam High 67, Tiyan 54 Tuesday at Agana HeightsTitans 10 12 18 14 — 54Panthers 21 25 7 14 — 67Scoring — Panthers: Juan King Jr. 23, Khalid Volious 19, Robert Kranz 13. Rebounding — Panthers: Volious 21, Kranz 9.

JapanSt. Mary’s 70, Zama 56 Tuesday at Camp ZamaTitans 12 18 20 20 — 70Trojans 6 19 15 16 — 56Scoring — Titans: Thomas Wood 31, Ken Asai 18; Trojans: Ziaire Johnson 19, Cameron Waters-Daniels 14.

Girls South KoreaOsan 51, Humphreys 25 Wednesday at Camp HumphreysCougars 13 15 9 14—51Blackhawks 4 6 0 15—25Scoring — Cougars: Natalyah Shaw 16, Jana Rafi 10; Blackhawks: Hayden Orr 10. Rebounding — Cougars: Shaw 9. Blocked shots — Cougars: Shaw 3. Steals — Cougars: Rafi 6; Blackhawks: Myah Childs 6.Seoul American 40, Yongsan 30 Wednesday at Yongsan GarrisonGuardians 7 8 9 3 — 30Falcons 2 12 13 13 — 40Scoring — Falcons: Krista Bradley 14, Jayla Crawford 14; Guardians: Andre Lee 17.Humphreys 36, Daegu 20 Tuesday at Camp HumphreysWarriors 6 7 4 3 — 20Blackhawks 7 2 2 25 — 36Scoring — Blackhawks: Kiyah Reynolds 11; Warriors: Mylisse Spurgeon 9. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Reynolds 8, Myah Childs 6; Warriors: Kennedi Williams 6. Steals — Blackhawks: Childs 7, Cleopatra Cody 6; Warriors: Spurgeon 5. Blocked shots — Warriors: Williams 10. Noteworthy — Winless Warriors led for the first time after three quarters before the Blackhawks’ press in the fourth quarter led to a comeback win.Seoul American 62, Osan 38 Monday at Osan Air BaseFalcons 9 19 15 19 — 62Cougars 9 8 10 11 — 38Scoring — Falcons: Bradley 21, Alyse Neal 14; Cougars: Christina Hoff 15. Rebounding — Falcons: Crawford 12.

JapanASIJ 54, Yokota 39 Tuesday at TokyoPanthers 8 7 9 15 — 39Mustangs 23 7 14 10 — 54Scoring — Mustangs: Grace Wallrapp 19, Erin Chang 12, Allie Rogers 10; Panthers: Britney Bailey 19, Jamia Bailey 12. Rebounding — Mustangs: Kennedy Baca 9, Rogers 7, Wallrapp 7; Panthers: B. Bailey 12. Steals — Panthers: J. Bailey 8.Sacred Heart 38, CAJ 34 Tuesday at TokyoSymbas 8 8 10 12 — 38Knights 10 6 12 6 — 34Scoring — Symbas: Joyce Skeete 19. Rebounding — Knights: Julia Fleming 23, Annabelle Deakin 8, Kachel Bedow 5.

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