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Daegu's Jack Whiteman fights to keep the ball away from Nathan Moyer of Yongsan during Saturday's Korea Blue boys basketball game, won by the Guardians 60-43.

Daegu's Jack Whiteman fights to keep the ball away from Nathan Moyer of Yongsan during Saturday's Korea Blue boys basketball game, won by the Guardians 60-43. (Victoria Boyce/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Jack Whiteman fights to keep the ball away from Nathan Moyer of Yongsan during Saturday's Korea Blue boys basketball game, won by the Guardians 60-43.

Daegu's Jack Whiteman fights to keep the ball away from Nathan Moyer of Yongsan during Saturday's Korea Blue boys basketball game, won by the Guardians 60-43. (Victoria Boyce/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Joshua Kim of Yongsan shoots between Daegu defenders John Austria and Simeon Lynch during Saturday's Korea Blue boys basketball game, won by the Guardians 60-43.

Joshua Kim of Yongsan shoots between Daegu defenders John Austria and Simeon Lynch during Saturday's Korea Blue boys basketball game, won by the Guardians 60-43. (Victoria Boyce/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's DeAndre Rosalie shoots ahead of Corban Remsburg of Yongsan l during Saturday's Korea Blue boys basketball game, won by the Guardians 60-43.

Daegu's DeAndre Rosalie shoots ahead of Corban Remsburg of Yongsan l during Saturday's Korea Blue boys basketball game, won by the Guardians 60-43. (Victoria Boyce/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kinnick's Jacob Germany puts up a shot past Edgren defender Shawn Robinson-Ortiz during Saturday's DODDS Japan boys basketball game, won by the Eagles 73-62

Kinnick's Jacob Germany puts up a shot past Edgren defender Shawn Robinson-Ortiz during Saturday's DODDS Japan boys basketball game, won by the Eagles 73-62 (Caitlin Blount/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kinnick's Josiah Furgeson defends against Edgren's Isaiah Miller during Saturday's DODDS Japan boys basketball game, won by the Eagles 73-62

Kinnick's Josiah Furgeson defends against Edgren's Isaiah Miller during Saturday's DODDS Japan boys basketball game, won by the Eagles 73-62 (Caitlin Blount/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Edgren's Karen Anaostas dribbles against Kinnick defender Jeanne Rosario during Saturday's DODDS Japan girls basketball game, won by the Red Devils 54-44.

Edgren's Karen Anaostas dribbles against Kinnick defender Jeanne Rosario during Saturday's DODDS Japan girls basketball game, won by the Red Devils 54-44. (Caitlin Blount/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Edgren's Coko Magby gets on the chase against Kinnick guard Dazlyn Brown during Saturday's DODDS Japan girls basketball game, won by the Red Devils 54-44.

Edgren's Coko Magby gets on the chase against Kinnick guard Dazlyn Brown during Saturday's DODDS Japan girls basketball game, won by the Red Devils 54-44. (Caitlin Blount/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Siulagisipai Fuimaono gets the upper hand on Kubasaki's Elijah Joseph in the 275-pound weight class in Saturday's Kadena Open wrestling tournament. Fuimaono won first and Joseph third.

Kadena's Siulagisipai Fuimaono gets the upper hand on Kubasaki's Elijah Joseph in the 275-pound weight class in Saturday's Kadena Open wrestling tournament. Fuimaono won first and Joseph third. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes )

Kadena's Parker Corwin and Kubasaki's Josh Figueredo tangle in the combined 129-135-pound weight class in Saturday's Kadena Open wrestling tournament. Parker took first and Figueredo finished second.

Kadena's Parker Corwin and Kubasaki's Josh Figueredo tangle in the combined 129-135-pound weight class in Saturday's Kadena Open wrestling tournament. Parker took first and Figueredo finished second. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes )

Kadena teammates Jadon Duenas and Demetrius DeLaRosa battle in the combined 101-108-pound weight class in Saturday's Kadena Open wrestling tournament. DeLaRosa finished third; Duenas did not place.

Kadena teammates Jadon Duenas and Demetrius DeLaRosa battle in the combined 101-108-pound weight class in Saturday's Kadena Open wrestling tournament. DeLaRosa finished third; Duenas did not place. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes )

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Wrestling OkinawaKadena Open Tournament Saturday at Kadena Air Base101-108 pounds — 1, Kyan McCarty, Kubasaki; 2, Austin Martino, Kadena; 3, Demetrius DeLaRosa, Kadena. 115 — 1, Luis Veliz, Kubasaki; 2, Nathan Gerardo, Kubasaki; 3, Mikylie Caganap, Kadena. 122 — 1, Adam Trujillo, Kadena; 2, Kristian Palmer, Kubasaki; 3, Shaun Freeman, Kadena. 129-135 — 1, Parker Corwin, Kadena; 2, Josh Figueredo, Kubasaki; 3, Anthony Macaluso, Kubasaki. 141 — 1, Sam Lopez, Kadena; 2, Gavin Duenas, Kubasaki; 3, Lucas Salas, Kadena. 148-158 — 1, Hunter Corwin, Kadena; 2, Jonathan Orr, Kubasaki; 3, Brandon Lynn, Kubasaki. 180 — 1, Peyton Harp, Kadena; 2, Keagon Longtin, Kadena; 3, Tristin Young, Kubasaki. 215 — 1, Caleb Sablan, Kubasaki; 2, John Murphy, Kadena; 3, Jeremy Liu, Kadena. 275 — 1, Siulagisipai Fuimaono, Kadena; 2, James White, Kadena; 3, Elijah Joseph, Kubasaki.

Basketball BoysKubasaki 60, St. Mary’s 53 Saturday at TokyoKubasaki 12 18 16 14 — 60St. Mary’s 13 11 20 9 — 53Scoring — Dragons: Matt Ashley 19, Isaiah Johnson 12; Titans: Thomas Wood 29, Avi Schafer 12. Rebounding — Dragons: Ashley 11, Skylor Stevens 7, Imani Johnson, Jacob Green 5. Steals — Dragons: Stevens 5. Noteworthy — Defending Far East Division I Tournament champion Dragons closed three-game Tokyo road trip 2-1 and improved to 19-1 overall.

South KoreaYongsan 60, Daegu 43 Saturday at SeoulDaegu 4 9 13 17 — 43YIS-Seoul 16 18 11 15 — 60Scoring — Guardians: Daniel Yi 20, Joshua Kim 14, Corban Remsburg 14; Warriors: DeAndre Rosalie 12, Joone Abaya 11.

JapanRobert D. Edgren 73, Nile C. Kinnick 62 Saturday at Misawa Air BaseKinnick 8 14 15 25 — 62Edgren 18 15 19 21 — 73Scoring — Eagles: Kamius White 26, Shawn Robinson-Ortiz 23, Jun Doria 13; Red Devils: Jacob Germany 16, Tarik Deadmon 16, Josiah Furgeson 12. Rebounding — Eagles: Michael Johnson 10, White 7.E.J. King 62, Zama 27 Saturday at Sasebo Naval BaseZama 3 16 4 4 — 27King 23 4 23 12 — 62Scoring — Cobras: Chris Hinmon 11, Devin Robinson 10.Matthew C. Perry 71, Tabuse-Noukou 47 Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniTabuse 3 13 18 13 — 47Perry 18 22 12 19 — 71Scoring — Samurai: Tyson Moore 20. Rebounding — Samurai: Vincent Ermitano 9, Sydney Parks 8, Moore 7. Steals — Samurai: Moore 7.American School In Japan 98, St. Maur 35 Saturday at TokyoSt. Maur 2 11 11 11 — 35ASIJ 25 21 25 27 — 98Scoring — Mustangs; Rah Shino 19, Dalan Gerber 16, Fayaz Majid 13, Justin McAuliffe 11, Jake Fischer 11, Jack Latimore 10, Mark Nishida 10.

Girls OkinawaGushikawa 57, Kubasaki 50 Saturday at Camp FosterGushikawa 15 12 11 19 — 57Kubasaki 11 7 16 16 — 50Scoring — Dragons: Chloe’ Stevens 21.Kadena 71, Nishihara 70 Saturday at Kadena Air BaseNishihara 17 8 26 19 — 70Kadena 21 17 15 18 — 71Scoring — Panthers: Tiarrah Edwards 29, Brenda Gulley 17, Rhamsey Wyche 11, Rheagan Wyche 10. Rebounding — Panthers: Edwards 18, Saj McBurrows 12, Gulley 10, Rheagan Wyche 9. Noteworthy — Panthers closed weekend with two victories by a combined three points over Futenma and Nishihara, teams that had beaten Kadena by 66 and 32 points earlier this season.

JapanKinnick 54, Edgren 44 Saturday at Misawa Air BaseKinnick 11 13 14 16 — 54Edgren 9 9 16 10 — 44Scoring — Red Devils: Jade McGinnis 18, Kailee Rucker 10; Eagles: Coko Magby 11, Christian Taylor 11. Rebounding — Red Devils: Taylor Cobb 7.Zama 41, King 39 Saturday at Sasebo Naval BaseZama 11 12 6 12 — 41King 7 9 13 10 — 39Scoring — Trojans: Ally Chiarenza 15, Ti’Ara Carroll 12, Destiny Thomas 10; Cobras: Gabby Hidalgo 16. Rebounding — Trojans: Carroll 8; Cobras: Ariel Horton 10, Zanitta Boyd 8.Tabuse-Noukou 52, Perry 34 Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniTabuse 17 18 11 6 — 52Perry 9 2 12 11 — 34Scoring — Samurai: Lebet Erhart 16, Naomi Ziola 10. Rebounding — Samurai: Erhart 19, Angel Cadavos 6, Sakura Fleming 5, Devon Shuman 5. Steals — Samurai: Cadavos 5.ASIJ 58, St. Maur 26 Saturday at TokyoSt. Maur 8 8 2 8 — 26ASIJ 18 18 17 5 — 58Scoring — Mustangs: Allie Rogers 17, Erin Chang 12. Rebounding — Mustangs: Rogers 6, Chang 5.


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