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Kinnick's Quay Jones and Edgren's Christina Taylor can't find the handle on the ball during Friday's Japan girls basketball game, won by the Red Devils 38-34.

Kinnick's Quay Jones and Edgren's Christina Taylor can't find the handle on the ball during Friday's Japan girls basketball game, won by the Red Devils 38-34. (Caitlin Blount/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kinnick's Quay Jones and Edgren's Christina Taylor can't find the handle on the ball during Friday's Japan girls basketball game, won by the Red Devils 38-34.

Kinnick's Quay Jones and Edgren's Christina Taylor can't find the handle on the ball during Friday's Japan girls basketball game, won by the Red Devils 38-34. (Caitlin Blount/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Edgren's Coko Magby blocks a shot by Kinnick's Taylor Cobb during Friday's Japan girls basketball game, won by the Red Devils 38-34.

Edgren's Coko Magby blocks a shot by Kinnick's Taylor Cobb during Friday's Japan girls basketball game, won by the Red Devils 38-34. (Caitlin Blount/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Edgren's Christina Taylor and Kinnick's Erica Alexander battle for the rebound during Friday's Japan girls basketball game, won by the Red Devils 38-34.

Edgren's Christina Taylor and Kinnick's Erica Alexander battle for the rebound during Friday's Japan girls basketball game, won by the Red Devils 38-34. (Caitlin Blount/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Edgren's Coko Magby blocks Kinnick's Jade McGinnis' path to the basket during Friday's Japan girls basketball game, won by the Red Devils 38-34.

Edgren's Coko Magby blocks Kinnick's Jade McGinnis' path to the basket during Friday's Japan girls basketball game, won by the Red Devils 38-34. (Caitlin Blount/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Anthony Calhoun drives between Osan's Darius Dawson and Justin Maglalang during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 45-37.

Daegu's Anthony Calhoun drives between Osan's Darius Dawson and Justin Maglalang during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 45-37. (Victoria Boyce/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's DeAndre Rosalie shoots in front of Osan's Miguel Hollaway during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 45-37.

Daegu's DeAndre Rosalie shoots in front of Osan's Miguel Hollaway during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 45-37. (Victoria Boyce/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Joone Abaya tries to block a shot by Osan's Sung DeAngelo during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 45-37.

Daegu's Joone Abaya tries to block a shot by Osan's Sung DeAngelo during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 45-37. (Victoria Boyce/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Osan's Darius Dawson shoots between Daegu's Shawn White and Ken Musselwhite during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 45-37.

Osan's Darius Dawson shoots between Daegu's Shawn White and Ken Musselwhite during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 45-37. (Victoria Boyce/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Anthony Calhoun and Osan's Darius Dawson go up for the ball during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 45-37.

Daegu's Anthony Calhoun and Osan's Darius Dawson go up for the ball during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 45-37. (Sara Mason/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Bishop Fields and Osan's Sung DeAngelo go up for the ball during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 45-37.

Daegu's Bishop Fields and Osan's Sung DeAngelo go up for the ball during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 45-37. (Sara Mason/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's DeAndre Rosalie dribbles against Osan defenders Sung DeAngelo and Miguel Hollaway during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 45-37.

Daegu's DeAndre Rosalie dribbles against Osan defenders Sung DeAngelo and Miguel Hollaway during Friday's Korea boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 45-37. (Sara Mason/Special to Stars and Stripes)

High school

Boys basketballJapanAmerican School In Japan 76, Kubasaki 68 Friday at TokyoKubasaki 11 16 21 20—68ASIJ 17 32 10 17—76Scoring—Mustangs: Koki Wiley 25, Skye Wood 23, Ian McGuire 16; Dragons: Skylor Stevens 22, Matt Ashley 21. Rebounding—Dragons: Ashley 7, Stevens 5, Imani Washington 5. Noteworthy—Mustangs ended Dragons’ 27-game winning streak. Wiley hit five second-quarter three-point goals and the Mustangs as a team had 12 in the first half.

Kubasaki 70, Yokota 62 Friday at TokyoKubasaki 25 16 15 14—70Yokota 12 11 15 24—62Scoring—Dragons: Ashley 21, Stevens 17; Panthers: Jam Harvey 22, Hunter Cort 21. Rebounding—Dragons: Washington 6, Ashley 5, Stevens 5. Noteworthy—Dragons win showdown between 2015 Far East Divisions I and II Tournament champions.

South KoreaHumphreys 52, Yongsan International-Seoul 35 Friday at Camp HumphreysYIS-Seoul 9 6 12 8—35HHS 17 0 15 20—52Scoring—Blackhawks: Omar Lopez 13, Bashr Edmonds 11, Nate Hellams 11; Guardians: Daniel Yi 10. Rebounding—Blackhawks: Malik Dampier 10, Hellams 7. Assists—Blackhawks: Edmonds 7. Steals—Blackhawks: Edmonds 6.

Daegu 45, Osan 37 Friday at Osan Air BaseDaegu 8 14 8 15—45Osan 10 9 10 8—37Scoring—Warriors: DeAndre Rosalie 20; Cougars: Darius Dawson 17, Matthew Burbee 13. Rebounding—Warriors: Bishop Fields 10.

OkinawaKadena 58, Futenma 56 Friday at Kadena Air BaseFutenma 4 9 21 22—56Kadena 23 14 14 7—58Scoring—Panthers: Justin Wilson 15, Isaiah Richardson 14.

JapanMatthew C. Perry 74, Tabuse-Noukou 55 Friday at IwakuniPerry 22 19 17 16—74Tabuse 8 10 5 32—55Scoring—Samurai: Tyson Moore 28, Garrett Macias 16, Sydney Parks 14, Vincent Ermitano 11. Rebounding—Samurai: Moore 12, Macias 12, Parks 8. Assists—Samurai: Ermitano 7.

E.J. King 57, Zama 25 Friday at Sasebo Naval BaseZama 2 9 13 1—25King 15 15 12 15—57Scoring—Cobras: Rikki Kendall 11.

Girls basketball OkinawaKadena 61, Futenma 59 Friday at Kadena Air BaseFutenma 16 16 14 13—59Kadena 13 15 15 18—61Scoring—Panthers: Rhamsey Wyche 21, Brenda Gulley 13. Rebounding—Panthers: Tiarrah Edwards 19, Gulley 9, Saj McBurrows 6, Wyche 5.

Kubasaki 47, Ginowan 34 Friday at Camp FosterGinowan 7 11 5 11—34Kubasaki 15 15 12 5—47Scoring—Dragons: Chloe’ Stevens 19.

JapanZama 38, E.J. King 26 Friday at Sasebo Naval BaseZama 8 16 6 8—38King 5 8 10 3—26Scoring—Trojans: Ti’Ara Carroll 12, Destiny Thomas 10; Cobras: Gabby Hidalgo 11. Rebounding—Trojans: Carroll 5; Cobras: Ariel Horton 12, Zanitta Boyd 8.

Tabuse-Noukou 61, Matthew C. Perry 46 Friday at IwakuniPerry 13 10 6 17—46Tabuse 21 16 22 12—61Scoring—Samurai: Sakura Fleming 14, Naomi Ziola 10. Rebounding—Samurai: Fleming 8, Ziola 7, Devon Shuman 5.

Kinnick 38, Edgren 34 Friday at Misawa Air BaseKinnick 4 8 11 15—38Edgren 7 8 4 15—34Scoring—Red Devils: Jade McGinnis 10, Kailee Rucker 10; Eagles: Isabel Tayag 11. Rebounding—Red Devils: Taylor Cobb 7.

Christian Academy Japan 44, Sacred Heart 37 Friday at TokyoISSH 14 7 7 9—37CAJ 11 9 13 11—44Scoring—Knights: Michelle VandenBerg 15, Erika McLain 14; Symbas: Annabelle Hill 10.

Softball GuamGuam High 13, Tiyan 12 (time limit) Wednesday at TiyanGHS 651 01—13Tiyan 241 50—12


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