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Daegu's Sam Murphy dribbles against Osan's Leo Legaspi during Saturday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Cougars 67-57.
Daegu's Sam Murphy dribbles against Osan's Leo Legaspi during Saturday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Cougars 67-57. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stripes)
Daegu's Sam Murphy dribbles against Osan's Leo Legaspi during Saturday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Cougars 67-57.
Daegu's Sam Murphy dribbles against Osan's Leo Legaspi during Saturday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Cougars 67-57. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stripes)
Daegu's J.B. Pope drives to the basket between Osan's Carson Nugent and Daniel Jamerson during Saturday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Cougars 67-57.
Daegu's J.B. Pope drives to the basket between Osan's Carson Nugent and Daniel Jamerson during Saturday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Cougars 67-57. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stripes)
Gimme that ball! Daegu's Katrina Vasquez and Osan's Kennedy Liddell scrum for the ball during Saturday's Korea girls basketball game, won by the Warriors 40-35.
Gimme that ball! Daegu's Katrina Vasquez and Osan's Kennedy Liddell scrum for the ball during Saturday's Korea girls basketball game, won by the Warriors 40-35. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stripes)
Osan American's Maja Inthavixay looks for room against Daegu's Bethani Newbold and Katrina Vasquez during Saturday's Korea girls basketball game, won by the Warriors 40-35.
Osan American's Maja Inthavixay looks for room against Daegu's Bethani Newbold and Katrina Vasquez during Saturday's Korea girls basketball game, won by the Warriors 40-35. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stripes)
Osan's Carson Nugent tries to shoot over Daegu's Elijah Bembischew during Saturday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Cougars 67-57.
Osan's Carson Nugent tries to shoot over Daegu's Elijah Bembischew during Saturday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Cougars 67-57. (Kelly Kenyon/Special to Stripes)

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WrestlingNile C. Kinnick Invitational “Beast of the Far East” Tournament Saturday at Yokosuka Naval BaseShonan Military Academy 63, St. Mary’s 59, Kubasaki 47, Kinnick 39, American School In Japan 28, Robert D. Edgren 22, Matthew C. Perry 18, Yokota 14, Humphreys 12, Christian Academy Japan 10, Kadena 5, Zama 5, Seoul American 3 101 Manuel Ramos, Kadena, bye; Mihoko Takeuchi, Shonan, bye; Alexi Mutoh, Kinnick, def. Kyle Burger, ASIJ; Anthony Wallace, Kubasaki, bye; Takeuchi def. Ramos; Mutoh def. Wallace; Ramos def. Burger.Third place — Ramos def. Wallace.Championship — Takeuchi pin. Mutoh, 5:11.Second-place wrestleback — Mutoh def. Ramos.108 Noah Vasquez, Kubasaki, def. Marcus Irons, Perry; Hyuga Kaneko, Shonan, def. Katsumi Tokunaga, ASIJ; Jordan Van Druff, CAJ, def. Tai Marsh, Edgren; Caleb Heino, Yokota, def. Aadyn Mason, Kadena; Vasquez def. Kaneko; Van Druff tech. Heino, 10-0; Irons def. Tokunaga; Mason def. Marsh; Heino def. Irons; Kaneko def. Mason.Third place — Heino def. Kaneko.Championship — Van Druff def. Vasquez.Second-place wrestleback — Heino def. Vasquez.115 Ryogo Asano, Shonan, bye; Jaden Powell, Edgren, def. Mirai Sato Marsh, Kadena; Eiji Kasahara, St. Mary’s, bye; James Williams, Perry, bye; Angel Alcala, Zama, bye; Liam Jones, Kinnick, bye; Austin Carpenter, Kubasaki, def. Peter Junker, CAJ; Take Zoot, ASIJ, bye; Asano def. Powell; Kasahara def. Williams; Jones def. Alcala; Zoot def. Carpenter; Asano def. Kasahara; Zoot def. Jones; Carpenter def. Sato Marsh; Powell def. Junker; Carpenter def. Alcala; Williams def. Powell; Kasahara def. Carpenter; Williams def. Jones.Third place — Kasahara def. Williams.Championship — Asano pin. Zoot, 2:28.Second-place wrestleback — Kasahara def. Zoot.122 Samantha Hendrickson, Edgren, bye; Jaylan Mayers, Kubasaki, def. Ira Kadet, ASIJ; Chris DeGrella, Yokota, bye; Mizuki Sato Marsh, Kadena, bye; Natasha Takahashi, CAJ, bye; Taiga Hirooka, Shonan, def. Brad Ponsiano, Perry; Jasjot Bedi, St. Mary’s, bye; Kaito Hayashi, Zama, bye; Mayers def. Hendrickson; DeGrella def. Sato Marsh; Hiraoka def. Takahashi; Bedi def. Hayashi; Mayers def. DeGrella; Hirooka def. Bedi; Kadet def. Hayashi; Ponsiano def. Sato Marsh; Kadet def. Takahashi; Ponsiano def. Hendrickson; Kadet def. DeGrella; Bedi def. Ponsiano.Third place — Kadet def. Bedi.Championship — Hirooka tech. Mayers, 13-2, 2:54.129 Caleb Orr, Kubasaki, bye; Theodore Lewis, CAJ, bye; Kenerick McDaniel, Kubasaki, bye; Sam Squires, Edgren, bye; Ricky Lindermann, ASIJ, bye; Ben Buchanan, Perry, bye; Kaishu Takematsu, Shonan, def. Angel Fuentes, Zama; Harold Mancia, St. Mary’s, bye; McDaniel def. Oor; Mancia def. Lindermann; Lewis def. Fuentes; Takematsu def. Buchanan; Squires def. Lewis; Takematsu def. Orr.Third place — Takematsu def. Squires.Championship — Mancia pin. McDaniel, 4:21.Second-place wrestleback — McDaniel def. Takematsu.135 Ramil Celones, Yokota, bye; William Krcelic, St. Mary’s, def. Victor Saavedra, Kubasaki; Josiah Millare, Kinnick, def. Robert Rodgers, Perry; Will Allen, Humphreys, bye; Riki Fameli, Zama, bye; Paul Maskery, Kadena, bye; Levi Rick, Edgren, def. Tai Van Dam, CAJ; Krcelic def. Celones; Allen def. Millare; Fameli def. Maskery; Yuichiro Kimura, Shonan, def. Rick; Allen def. Krcelic; Kimura def. Fameli; Saavedra def. Rick; Maskery def. Rodgers; Celones def. Van Dam; Saavedra def. Maskery; Millare def. Celones; Krcelic def. Saavedra; Millare def. Fameli.Third place — Krcelic dec. Millare, 9-7.Championship — Kimura def. Allen.141 Kristian Irons, Perry, bye; Nishant Chanda, St. Mary’s, def. Colin Lundberg, Kubasaki; Leo Karita, CAJ, bye; Egan Sadler, ASIJ, bye; Joey DeGrella, Yokota, bye; Ethan Hamilton, Kinnick, bye; Eric Hansen, Kadena, def. Taylor Malcolm, Edgren; Zach Downs, Humphreys, bye; Chanda def. Irons; Sadler def. Karita; Hamilton def. DeGrella; Hansen def. Downs; Chanda def. Sadler; Hamilton def. Hansen; Lundberg def. Downs; Irons def. Malcolm; Lundberg def. DeGrella; Irons def. Karita; Sadler def. Lundberg; Irons def. Hansen.Third place — Irons def. Sadler.Championship — Chanda pin. Hamilton, 1:08.Second-place wrestleback — Hamilton def. Irons.148 Ethan Hovenkotter, Edgren, bye; Kaleb Leon Guerrero, Kinnick, def. Liam O’Grady, Yokota; Jaiden Workman, Humphreys, bye; Cole Lawler, St. Mary’s, bye; Gundo Seto, Shonan, bye; Luke Moseley, Kubasaki, bye; Rin Zoot, ASIJ, def. Matthew Adams, Perry; Kyong Chun, CAJ, bye; Hovenkotter def. Leon Guerrero; Workman def. Lawler; Moseley def. Seto; Zoot def. Chun; Workman def. Hovenkotter; Zoot def. Moseley; O’Grady def. Chun; Leon Guerrero def. Adams; Hovenkotter def. O’Grady; Moseley def. Lawler.Third place — Moseley def. Hovenkotter.Championship — Zoot tech. Workman, 10-0, :48.Second-place wrestleback — Moseley def. Workman.158 Mack Togan, Yokota, bye; Marc Morgan, Kinnick, def. Nick Neary, Kadena; Cody Dettman, Edgren, bye; Warren Koslow, St. Mary’s, bye; Mateo Barrentes, Kubasaki, bye; Takamitsu Mineta, Shonan, bye; Tei Laughlin, ASIJ, bye; Shawn Swindell, Perry, bye; Koslow def. Togan; Mineta def. Swindell; Laughlin def. Neary; Barrentes def. Togan; Dettman def. Swindell.Third place — Dettman def. Barrentes.Championship — Mineta pin. Koslow, 5:54.168 Zenon Sadler, ASIJ, def. Bradleigh McCollum, Edgren; Alex Lovell, Kinnick, def. Thomas Cawley, Kadena; Lev Titov, St. Mary’s, def. Hunter Staley, Perry; Cameron Ewens, Yokota, bye; Sadler def. Lovell; Titov def. Ewens; McCollum def. Cawley; McCollum def. Ewens; Lovell def. Staley.Third place — Lovell def. McCollum.Championship — Sadler dec. Titov, 8-2.Second-place wrestleback — Titov def. Lovell.180 Jason Dudley, Edgren, bye; Marl Macato, Kinnick, def. Zac Forester, Perry; Dylan Galbraith, Kubasaki, bye; Austin Fisher, Yokota, bye; Masa Kawasaki, ASIJ, bye; Austin Koslow, St. Mary’s, bye; Brian Choe, Seoul, def. Cain Mumford, Zama; Koyo Arakane, Shonan, bye; Dudley def. Macato; Fisher def. Galbraith; Koslow def. Kawasaki; Choe def. Arakane; Fisher def. Dudley; Koslow def. Choe; Macato def. Mumford; Forester def. Arakane; Kawasaki def. Forester; Galbraith def. Macato.Third place — Dudley def. Choe.Championship — Koslow pin. Fisher, :59.215 Haydn Peterson, Kubasaki, bye; Chase Quigley, Edgren, vs. Michael Patton, St. Mary’s; Morimasa Sendo, Shonan, bye; Chris Mason, Kinnick, vs. Derek Jaques, Perry; Peterson def. Quigley; Mason def. Sendo; Sendo def. Patton; Quigley def. Jaques.Third place — Sendo def. Quigley.Championship — Peterson dec. Mason, 12-7.Heavyweight Matthew Mahlstede, Kubasaki, bye; Kemal Newton, Kinnick, bye; Marshall China, Perry, vs. Caleb Struve, Edgren; Desmond Martin, Zama, bye; Mahlstede def. Newton; China def. Martin; Newton def. Struve.Third place — Martin def. Newton.Championship — China pin. Mahlstede, :44.Second-place wrestleback — Mahlstede def. Martin.

South KoreaSaturday at Camp WalkerHumphreys 59, Osan 10 101 — Jeremy Cho, Humphreys, by walkover; 108 — Kevin Lima, Humphreys, by walkover; 115 — Fuente Pedro, Humphreys, by walkover; 122 — Adan Yu, Humphreys, by walkover; 129 — Kojiro VanHoose, Osan, pin. Sam Lister, 2:30; 135 — Uliese Yu, Humphreys, tech. Jordan Silva, 12-2; 141 — Gavin Hight, Humphreys, by walkover; 148 — Ben Lister, Humphreys, by walkover; 158 — Marcus Inthavixay, Osan, tech. Payton Davis, 10-0; 168 — James Ahn, Humphreys, by walkover; 180 — Jake De La Rosa, Humphreys, pin. Brad Coyle, 2:18; 215 — Jonah Montanez, Humphreys, pin. Jenay Mensah; Heavyweight — Xavier Thorps, Humphreys, by walkover.Humphreys 59, Seoul American 1 101 — Cho by walkover; 108 — Lima by walkover; 115 — Pedro by walkover; 122 — A. Yu by walkover; 129 — S. Lister by walkover; 135 — U. Yu pin. Daniel Cortez, 1:06; 141 — Hight by walkover; 148 — B. Lister tech. Toy Williams, 12-2; 158 — Davis pin. Jaiden Luengas, :58; 168 — Ahn by walkover; 180 — De La Rosa by walkover; 215 — Montanez by walkover; Heavyweight — Thorps by walkover.Osan 20, Seoul American 10 101 — Not contested; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Not contested; 122 — Not contested; 129 — Not contested; 135 — VanHoose pin. Daniel Cortez, :35; 141 — Silva by walkover; 148 — Williams by walkover; 158 — Inthavixay pin. Luengas; 168 — Not contested; 180 — Coyle by walkover; 215 — Mensah by walkover; Heavyweight — Not contested.Seoul American 11, Daegu 8 101 — Not contested; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Not contested; 122 — Not contested; 129 — Not contested; 135 — Cortez by walkover; 141 — Not contested; 148 — Williams pin. Anne Aguirre, 2:01; 158 — Gavin Jackson, Daegu, tech. Luengas, 10-0; 168 — Dante Winfield, Daegu, tech. Coyle, 16-6; 180 — Not contested; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Not contested.Osan 18, Daegu 11 101 — Not contested; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Not contested; 122 — Not contested; 129 — VanHoose by walkover; 135 — Silva by walkover; 141 — Not contested; 148 — Aguirre by walkover; 158 — Inthavixay dec. Jackson, 10-5; 168 — Winfield by walkover; 180 — Not contested; 215 — Mensah by walkover; Heavyweight — Not contested.Humphreys 58, Daegu 4 101 — Cho by walkover; 108 — Deshaun Adkins, Humphreys, by walkover; 115 — Pedro by walkover; 122 — A. Yu by walkover; 129 — S. Lister by walkover; 135 — U. Yu by walkover; 141 — Hight by walkover; 148 — B. Lister def. Aguirre, 12-2; Jackson dec. Ahn 4-0; 168 — Davis pin Winfield, 2:33; 180 — De La Rosa by walkover; 215 — Montanez by walkover; Heavyweight — Thorps by walkover.

Basketball Boys3rd Kanto Classic Tournament Saturday at American School In Japan Chofu campus, TokyoSingle-elimination playoffsFirst round Yokota 55, Christian Academy Japan 51 Knights 21 12 10 8 — 51Panthers 14 16 14 11 — 55Scoring — Panthers; Ethan Gaume 12, Riley DeMarco 11, Connor Rowan 10; Knights: Enosh Mutenda 20, Koji Matsuoka 12. Noteworthy — 11 of Mutenda’s points came in the first quarter.Robert D. Edgren 54, Zama 45 Eagles 8 14 12 20 — 54Trojans 9 15 11 10 — 45Scoring — Eagles: Chauncey Williams 22, Quan Thompson 11; Trojans: Chandler Platt 21.Father Duenas 39, St. Mary’s 38 Titans 6 9 9 14 — 38Friars 10 7 13 9 — 39Noteworthy — Kyle Camacho hit a backdoor layup with two seconds left to win it. Friars shot 14-for-17 at the foul line.Kubasaki 50, Korea International 18 KIS-Jeju 6 4 8 0 — 18Kubasaki 10 11 16 13 — 50Scoring — Kubasaki: Damien Dorval 12, Sebastian Stowe 10. Noteworthy — Dorval scored seven in the first quarter.Quarterfinals Kadena 50, Edgren 40 Eagles 6 16 8 10 — 40Panthers 12 11 16 11 — 50Scoring — Panthers: Skyler King 17, Eric McCarter 13; Eagles: Riley Palfy 12, Williams 12, Thompson 12. Noteworthy — First loss of the season for the Eagles. King scored eight of his points in the third quarter. Thompson hit four three-point goals.Kinnick 47, Father Duenas 36 Red Devils 12 15 17 3 — 47Friars 8 9 10 9 — 36Scoring — Red Devils: Kaine Roberts 13; Friars: Tony Quinene 12. Noteworthy — Quinene’s points came in the first half.Humphreys 81, Yokota 31 Blackhawks 23 16 27 15 — 81Panthers 13 2 10 6 — 31Scoring — Blackhawks: Jalen Hill 14, Quintin Metcalf 13, Collin Metcalf 12, Tevijon Williams 12. Rebounding — Blackhawks: C. Metcalf 10, Q. Metcalf 5.ASIJ 44, Kubasaki 34 Mustangs 7 9 15 13 — 44Dragons 7 6 11 10 — 34Scoring — Mustangs: Riku Ishina 10, Nash Rasmussen 10; Dragons; Dorval 14. Noteworthy — Eight of Dorval’s points came in the fourth quarter.Semifinals Kinnick 40, ASIJ 39 Red Devils 11 9 6 14 — 40Mustangs 7 7 15 10 — 39Scoring — Red Devils: Chris Watson 12, Davion Roberts 10; Mustangs: Adam Knode 13. Noteworthy — Red Devils used a 10-3 run to lead 40-34. Hugh McGuire missed a shot at the buzzer to win it.Humphreys 74, Kadena 40 Blackhawks 21 24 19 10 — 74Panthers 11 10 11 8 — 40Scoring — Blackhawks: Q. Metcalf 19, Hill 18, C. Metcalf 14, Williams 10; Panthers: McCarter 14. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Q. Metcalf 9, C. Metcalf 8, Connor Coyne 7.Third place ASIJ 33, Kadena 32 Mustangs 8 2 10 13 — 33Panthers 13 8 8 3 — 32Scoring — Mustangs: Oliver Rogers 7; Panthers: McCarter 12, Blake Dearborn 11. Noteworthy — All of Rogers’ points came in the fourth quarter.Championship Humphreys 64, Kinnick 51 Blackhawks 16 12 14 22 — 64Red Devils 11 13 12 15 — 51Scoring — Blackhawks: Q. Metcalf 19, Hill 14, C. Metcalf 10; Red Devils: K. Roberts 15, Watson 14, D. Roberts 13. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Q. Metcalf 13, C. Metcalf 10. Assists — Blackhawks: Hill 11. Noteworthy — Q. Metcalf had eight of his points in the first quarter and Hill eight in the second quarter.

Awards Player of the Tournament — Q. Metcalf.All-Tournament team — Humphreys: Q. Metcalf, C. Metcalf, Hill; Kinnick: D. Roberts, K. Roberts; FDMS: Christian Taitano; Edgren: Palfy; Kubasaki: Dorval; Yokota: David Carlson; Kadena: McCarter: ASIJ: Rogers.South Korea

Osan 67, Daegu 57 Saturday at Osan Air BaseWarriors 4 20 21 12 — 57Cougars 12 16 15 24 — 67Scoring — Cougars: Daniel Jamerson 19, Joe Cornelius 16, Leo Legaspi 12; Warriors: J.B. Pope 22, Jack Zimmer 12. Noteworthy — Legaspi shot 12-for-14 from the foul line; Pope hit five three-point goals.

JapanE.J. King 66, Matthew C. Perry 36 Samurai 9 12 5 10 — 36Cobras 11 22 25 8 — 66Scoring — Cobras: Dyson Robinson 28, James Meachum 11, Jabrel Donson-White 10; Samurai: Anthony Laney 10. Rebounding — Cobras: Robinson 14, Donson-White 8.

Girls3rd Kanto Classic Tournament Saturday at American School In Japan Chofu campus, TokyoSingle-elimination playoffs First round Kubasaki 22, Robert D. Edgren 20 Dragons 7 5 3 7 — 22Eagles 11 2 6 1 — 20Scoring — Dragons: Audrey Kerr 7; Eagles: Momomi Atkinson 6.Zama 50, Yokota 27 Trojans 18 12 7 13 — 50Panthers 5 4 8 10 — 27Scoring — Trojans: Chloe Sterling 24, Jessica Atkinson 15; Panthers: Hana Robbins 6. Noteworthy — Sterling had 18 of her points in the first half and Atkinson eight in the fourth quarter.ASIJ 33, Humphreys 20 Blackhawks 3 3 6 8 — 20Mustangs 6 8 12 7 — 33Scoring — Mustangs: Lilia Dow-Yuzawa 10; Blackhawks: Ebony Dykes 6.CAJ 37, Kinnick 30 Knights 6 7 16 8 — 37Red Devils 7 7 7 9 — 30Scoring — Knights: Anna Stoesz 12; Red Devils: Journey Hammond 10, Olivia Ouellette 10.Quarterfinals Kadena 36, Kubasaki 17 Panthers 11 12 8 5 — 36Dragons 5 0 8 4 — 17Scoring — Panthers: Kyleigh Wright 6.Academy of Our Lady 39, ASIJ 28 Cougars 7 10 12 10 — 39Mustangs 9 4 6 9 — 28Scoring — Cougars: Mia San Nicolas 26; Mustangs: Lisa Masayama 7.Zama 48, Seisen 21 Trojans 8 8 17 15 — 48Phoenix 6 5 3 7 — 21Scoring — Trojans: Chloe Sterling 15, Fabiola Ayala-Rivera 12; Phoenix: Anna McKellin 7. Noteworthy — 11 of Sterling’s points came in the second half as were all of Ayala-Rivera’s.St. Paul Christian 37, CAJ 26 Warriors 7 1 12 17 — 37Knights 3 3 10 10 — 26Scoring — Warriors: Kirsten Silva 15; Knights: Rachel Nelson 7.Semifinals St. Paul 43, Zama 41 Warriors 4 18 15 6 — 43Trojans 14 5 17 5 — 41Scoring — Warriors: Niah Siguenza 12; Trojans: Sterling 25. Noteworthy — Sterling missed a shot off the rim at the buzzer.Academy of Our Lady 32, Kadena 28 Cougars 3 12 13 4 — 32Panthers 2 9 9 8 — 28Scoring — Cougars: San Nicolas 23; Panthers: Atiria Simms 14.Third place Kadena 39, Zama 34 Panthers 12 10 10 7 — 39Trojans 7 9 5 13 — 34Scoring — Panthers: Kayleigh Lewis 12, Gracie Okubo 11; Trojans: Sterling 24.Championship Academy of Our Lady 44, St. Paul 31 Cougars 10 11 6 17 — 44Warriors 8 6 13 4 — 31Scoring — Cougars: San Nicolas 11; Warriors: Jan Quintanilla 10. Noteworthy — First time in four tries this season that the Cougars have beaten the three-time defending Guam champion Warriors.

Awards Player of the Tournament — San Nicolas.All-Tournament team — AOLG: San Nicolas, Oriana Sevilla, Coco Paulino; St. Paul: Isla Quinata, Siguenza; CAJ: Kachel Bedow; Seisen: Kanon Ishibashi; Kadena: Simms; ASIJ: Jessica Sliter; Kubasaki: Hailey Hansen.

South KoreaDaegu 40, Osan 35 Warriors 9 7 14 10 — 40Cougars 3 13 7 12 — 35Scoring — Warriors: Dai’Ja Turner 19, Bethani Newbold 14; Cougars: Elizabeth White 12. Noteworthy — Warriors finished the regular undefeated at 12-0. Turner had eight points in the first quarter and Newbold scored eight in the third.

JapanKing 57, Perry 34 Saturday at Sasebo Naval BaseSamurai 7 7 16 4 — 34Cobras 11 16 12 18 — 57Scoring — Cobras: Gabi Shultz 25, Diamond Williams 12, Natalia Hughes 10; Samurai: Taniya Smith 26. Rebounding — Cobras: Hughes 11, Shultz 5; Samurai: Smith 8. Assists — Cobras: Shultz 7.

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