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Humphreys' Jaylin Barmer moves against Seoul American's Xavier McDaniel Bell during Thursday's boys basketball game, won on a last-second shot by the Blackhawks 64-63.

Humphreys' Jaylin Barmer moves against Seoul American's Xavier McDaniel Bell during Thursday's boys basketball game, won on a last-second shot by the Blackhawks 64-63. (Caylin Smith/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Humphreys' Jaylin Barmer moves against Seoul American's Xavier McDaniel Bell during Thursday's boys basketball game, won on a last-second shot by the Blackhawks 64-63.

Humphreys' Jaylin Barmer moves against Seoul American's Xavier McDaniel Bell during Thursday's boys basketball game, won on a last-second shot by the Blackhawks 64-63. (Caylin Smith/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Seoul American's Xavier McDaniel tries to shoot between Humphreys' Malik Dampier and Nate Hellams during Thursday's boys basketball game, won by the Blackhawks 64-63.

Seoul American's Xavier McDaniel tries to shoot between Humphreys' Malik Dampier and Nate Hellams during Thursday's boys basketball game, won by the Blackhawks 64-63. (Caylin Smith/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Wrestling JapanKinnick 48, Zama 12 Thursday at Yokosuka Naval Base101 pounds — Not contested; 108 — Lucas Wirth, Kinnick, by walkover; 115 — Chon Dareing, Kinnick, tech. Keonte’ Robertson, 12-2; 122 — Jianni Labato, Kinnick, pin. Carter Whitton, :32; 129 — Jeremiah Ramos, Kinnick, pin. Ryu Patterson, :26; 135 — Devoney Stanley, Kinnick, by walkover; 141 — Ariana Zemke, Zama, pin. Mason Smith, 1:24; 148 — Darius Swenson, Kinnick, by walkover; 158 — Wil Caldero, Kinnick, pin. Jessica Brantley, 1:00; 168 — Ethan Olson, Kinnick, by walkover; 180 — Dwayne Lyon, Kinnick, tech. Samuel Preston, 11-1; 215 — Kent Jenista, Kinnick, pin. Zach Dignan, 1:02; 275 — Jacob Martin, Zama, pin. Chris Deibel, 4:08.

Basketball Boys JapanSt. Mary’s 46, Yokota 42 Thursday at TokyoYokota 19 6 7 10 — 42St. Mary’s 15 12 11 8 — 46Scoring — Titans: Avi Schafer 21, Ken Asai 10; Panthers: Hunter Cort 12, Marcus Henagan 12. Noteworthy — Outcome leaves both teams tied for second place in the Kanto Plain standings.

South KoreaHumphreys 64, Seoul American 63 Thursday at Yongsan GarrisonHHS 18 17 7 22 — 64SAHS 20 20 10 13 — 63Scoring — Blackhawks: Nate Hellams 13, DaShun Cline 12, Omar Lopez 10; Falcons: Myles Haynes 17, Jezreel Harper 11. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Hellams 5; Falcons: Haynes 8, Harper 7, Xavier McDaniel 6. Assists — Blackhawks: Bashr Edmonds 9, Cline 5. Steals — Blackhawks: Cline 5. Noteworthy — Freshman forward Jackson Taylor hit an open three-pointer from the right side. Blackhawks (9-1) swept the season series from the Falcons (10-2) and need a win in their last two games to seal their first Korea Blue regular-season title.

Girls South KoreaSeoul American 39, Humphreys 23 Thursday at Yongsan GarrisonHHS 4 5 7 7 — 23SAHS 12 7 9 11 — 39Scoring — Falcons: Krista Bradley 10, Ellen Queenan 10; Blackhawks: Sha’Nissa Rasun 9. Rebounding — Falcons: Renee Thompson 8, Brionna Gaines 7, Bradley 7.

JapanYokota 65, Christian Academy Japan 40 Thursday at TokyoYokota 22 13 10 20 — 65CAJ 17 5 8 10 — 40Scoring — Panthers: Kaliah Henderson 31, Sarah Cronin 11, Caitlyn Rowan 11; Knights: Heiko Tsuji 12. Rebounding — Panthers: Rowan 17. Assists — Panthers: Cronin 8.


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