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Humphreys' Madison Bridges drives to the basket against Yongsan International during Wednesday's Korea girls basketball game. The Blackhawks won 57-24.
Humphreys' Madison Bridges drives to the basket against Yongsan International during Wednesday's Korea girls basketball game. The Blackhawks won 57-24. (Julie Visico/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Madison Bridges drives to the basket against Yongsan International during Wednesday's Korea girls basketball game. The Blackhawks won 57-24.
Humphreys' Madison Bridges drives to the basket against Yongsan International during Wednesday's Korea girls basketball game. The Blackhawks won 57-24. (Julie Visico/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Quintin Metcalf looks for room against Yongsan International during Wednesday's Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 70-39.
Humphreys' Quintin Metcalf looks for room against Yongsan International during Wednesday's Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 70-39. (Julie Visico/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Trevijon Williams drives to the basket against Yongsan International during Wednesday's Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 70-39.
Humphreys' Trevijon Williams drives to the basket against Yongsan International during Wednesday's Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks won 70-39. (Julie Visico/Special to Stripes)
Osan's Daniel Jamerson drives against Seoul Foreign during Wednesday's Korea boys basketball game. The Cougars won 78-59.
Osan's Daniel Jamerson drives against Seoul Foreign during Wednesday's Korea boys basketball game. The Cougars won 78-59. (Kelly Kenyon/Special to Stripes)
Osan's Leo Legaspi and Seoul Foreign's Joonhee Lee try to get the handle on the ball during Wednesday's Korea boys basketball game. The Cougars won 78-59.
Osan's Leo Legaspi and Seoul Foreign's Joonhee Lee try to get the handle on the ball during Wednesday's Korea boys basketball game. The Cougars won 78-59. (Kelly Kenyon/Special to Stripes)
Osan's Maja Inthavixay looks for shooting room against Seoul Foreign during Wednesday's Korea girls basketball game. The Crusaders won 36-33.
Osan's Maja Inthavixay looks for shooting room against Seoul Foreign during Wednesday's Korea girls basketball game. The Crusaders won 36-33. (Kelly Kenyon/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Darryl Williams and Zama's Keshawn McNeil sky for a rebound during Tuesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 79-45.
Nile C. Kinnick's Darryl Williams and Zama's Keshawn McNeil sky for a rebound during Tuesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 79-45. (Dariana Brown/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Matthew Pardo drives against Zama's Keshawn McNeil during Tuesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 79-45.
Nile C. Kinnick's Matthew Pardo drives against Zama's Keshawn McNeil during Tuesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 79-45. (Dariana Brown/Special to Stripes)
Zama's James Sturn tries to keep his balance against Nile C. Kinnick's Chris Watson and Kaine Roberts during Tuesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 79-45.
Zama's James Sturn tries to keep his balance against Nile C. Kinnick's Chris Watson and Kaine Roberts during Tuesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 79-45. (Septima Foster/Special to Stripes)
Zama's Keshawn McNeil shoots against Nile C. Kinnick during Tuesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 79-45.
Zama's Keshawn McNeil shoots against Nile C. Kinnick during Tuesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 79-45. (Emmanesta Stovall/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Matthew Pardo shoots between Zama's Kalil Irby and Murray Gillerson during Tuesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 79-45.
Nile C. Kinnick's Matthew Pardo shoots between Zama's Kalil Irby and Murray Gillerson during Tuesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 79-45. (Emmanesta Stovall/Special to Stripes)
Kadena's Casey Cox tries to control the ball against Kitanakagusuku during Wednesday's Okinawa boys basketball game. The Panthers won 75-62.
Kadena's Casey Cox tries to control the ball against Kitanakagusuku during Wednesday's Okinawa boys basketball game. The Panthers won 75-62. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stripes)
Kadena's Skyler King drives and scores against Kitanakagusuku during Wednesday's Okinawa boys basketball game. The Panthers won 75-62.
Kadena's Skyler King drives and scores against Kitanakagusuku during Wednesday's Okinawa boys basketball game. The Panthers won 75-62. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stripes)
Kadena's Blake Dearborn dribbles against Kitanakagusuku during Wednesday's Okinawa boys basketball game. The Panthers won 75-62.
Kadena's Blake Dearborn dribbles against Kitanakagusuku during Wednesday's Okinawa boys basketball game. The Panthers won 75-62. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Kaine Roberts shoots against American School In Japan's Hugh McGuire during Wednesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 49-34 in the second of two regular-season showdowns between Kinnick, the defending Far East Division I Tournament champion, and ASIJ, last year's Far East combined tournament champion.
Nile C. Kinnick's Kaine Roberts shoots against American School In Japan's Hugh McGuire during Wednesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 49-34 in the second of two regular-season showdowns between Kinnick, the defending Far East Division I Tournament champion, and ASIJ, last year's Far East combined tournament champion. (Emmanesta Stovall/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Rodrick Bell shoots against American School In Japan's Hugh McGuire during Wednesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 49-34 in the second of two regular-season showdowns between Kinnick, the defending Far East Division I Tournament champion, and ASIJ, last year's Far East combined tournament champion.
Nile C. Kinnick's Rodrick Bell shoots against American School In Japan's Hugh McGuire during Wednesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 49-34 in the second of two regular-season showdowns between Kinnick, the defending Far East Division I Tournament champion, and ASIJ, last year's Far East combined tournament champion. (Emmanesta Stovall/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Kaine Roberts drives around American School In Japan's Theo Welckle during Wednesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 49-34 in the second of two regular-season showdowns between Kinnick, the defending Far East Division I Tournament champion, and ASIJ, last year's Far East combined tournament champion.
Nile C. Kinnick's Kaine Roberts drives around American School In Japan's Theo Welckle during Wednesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 49-34 in the second of two regular-season showdowns between Kinnick, the defending Far East Division I Tournament champion, and ASIJ, last year's Far East combined tournament champion. (Emma Stevens/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Chris Watson leads the charge upcourt along with teammate Davion Roberts and American School In Japan's Trygg Buoy during Wednesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 49-34 in the second of two regular-season showdowns between Kinnick, the defending Far East Division I Tournament champion, and ASIJ, last year's Far East combined tournament champion.
Nile C. Kinnick's Chris Watson leads the charge upcourt along with teammate Davion Roberts and American School In Japan's Trygg Buoy during Wednesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 49-34 in the second of two regular-season showdowns between Kinnick, the defending Far East Division I Tournament champion, and ASIJ, last year's Far East combined tournament champion. (Sheila Suckart/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Chris Watson passes over a sea of American School In Japan defenders during Wednesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 49-34 in the second of two regular-season showdowns between Kinnick, the defending Far East Division I Tournament champion, and ASIJ, last year's Far East combined tournament champion.
Nile C. Kinnick's Chris Watson passes over a sea of American School In Japan defenders during Wednesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 49-34 in the second of two regular-season showdowns between Kinnick, the defending Far East Division I Tournament champion, and ASIJ, last year's Far East combined tournament champion. (Sheila Suckart/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Davion Roberts drives around a pick set by teammate Darryl Williams on American  School In Japan's Riku Ishina during Wednesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 49-34 in the second of two regular-season showdowns between Kinnick, the defending Far East Division I Tournament champion, and ASIJ, last year's Far East combined tournament champion.
Nile C. Kinnick's Davion Roberts drives around a pick set by teammate Darryl Williams on American School In Japan's Riku Ishina during Wednesday's Japan boys basketball game. The Red Devils won 49-34 in the second of two regular-season showdowns between Kinnick, the defending Far East Division I Tournament champion, and ASIJ, last year's Far East combined tournament champion. (Sheila Suckart/Special to Stripes)

High school

Wrestling OkinawaKubasaki 48, Kadena 10 Wednesday at Camp Foseter101 — Manny Ramos, Kadena, pin. Dylan Huddleston; 108 — Vincent Rodrigues, Kubasaki, pin. Aadyn Mason; 115 — Austin Carpenter, Kubasaki, pin. Mirai Sato-Marsh; 122 — Jaylan Mayers, Kubasaki, pin. Devon Speight; 129 — Caleb Orr, Kubasaki, tech. Gabe Barrientos; 135 — Victor Saavedra, Kubasaki, pin. Paul Maskery; 141 — Colin Lundberg, Kubasaki, tech. Eric Hansen; 148 — Takeshi McClures, Kubasaki, by walkover; 158 — Fintan Cawley, Kadena, pin. Mateo Barrantos; 168 — Not contested; 180 — Dylan Galbraith, Kubasaki, by walkover; 215 — Haydn Peterson, Kubasaki, by walkover; Heavyweight — Matthew Mahlstede, Kubasaki, by walkover.

JapanWednesday at Yokota Air BaseYokota 33, Christian Academy Japan 13 101 — Not contested; 108 — Jordan Van Druff, CAJ, def. Caleb Heino 12-8; 115 — Joe Frazier, CAJ, by walkover; 122 — Chris DeGrella, Yokota, pin. Peter Junker; 129 — Theodore Lewis, CAJ, by walkover; 135 — Remil Celones, Yokota, tech. Tai Van Dam; 141 — Joey DeGrella, Yokota, tech. Leo Karita; 148 — Liam O’Grady, Yokota, pin. Kyong Chun; 158 — Mack Togan, Yokota, by walkover; 168 — Cameron Ewens, Yokota, by walkover; 180 — Austin Fisher, Yokota, by walkover; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Not contested.Nile C. Kinnick 42, CAJ 13 101 — Alexi Mutoh, Kinnick, by walkover; 108 — Van Druff tech. Janzel Pila, 10-0; 115 — Frazier tech. Liam Jones, 12-2; 122 — Junker by walkover; 129 — Kenerick McDaniel, Kinnick, dec. Lewis 10-8; 135 — Frank Arrgante, Kinnick, pin. Van Dam, :58; 141 — Josiah Millare, Kinnick, pin. Karita, :24; 148 — Kaleb Leon Guerrero, Kinnick, tech. Chun; 158 — Aubrey St. John, Kinnick, by walkover; 168 — Alex Lovell, Kinnick, by walkover; 180 — Lucas Watkins, Kinnick, by walkover; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Kemal Newton, Kinnick, by walkover.

Basketball South KoreaTaejon Christian 66, Seoul American 26 Wednesday at DaejeonFalcons 11 9 2 4 — 26Dragons 16 18 18 14 — 66Scoring — Dragons: Micha Kwon 19, Jonathan Kim 19, Joo Ha Lee 11, Josh Yun 10; Falcons: Vius Jones 10.Humphreys 70, Yongsan 39 Wednesday at Camp HumphreysGuardians 18 8 7 6 — 39Blackhawks 13 12 24 21 — 70Scoring — Blackhawks: Quintin Metcalf 27, Jalen Hill 21. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Hill 11, Tevijon Williams 11, Metcalf 10. Assists — Blackhawks: Hill 10, Junior Gregory 6. Steals — Blackhawks: Gregory 5. Blocked shots — Blackhawks: Metcalf 5.Osan 78, Seoul Foreign 59 Wednesday at Osan Air BaseCrusaders 11 10 10 18 — 59Cougars 14 17 20 27 — 78Scoring — Cougars: Daniel Jamerson 32, Joey Betts 24, Joe Cornelius 13; Crusaders: Justin Chung 12.

OkinawaKadena 75, Kitanakagusuku 62 Wednesday at Kadena Air BaseKitanaka 16 14 8 24 — 62Panthers 16 11 18 30 — 75Scoring — Panthers: Blake Dearborn 23, Eric McCarter 18, Skyler King 12. Rebounds — Panthers: King 11, Dearborn 8.

GuamGuam High 69, Notre Dame 19 Tuesday at Agana HeightsRoyals 4 4 7 4 — 19Panthers 14 12 20 23 — 69Scoring — Panthers: Ryan Taitague 20, Nick O’Keefe 10. Rebounding — Panthers: O’Keefe 7.

JapanKinnick 49, American School In Japan 34 Wednesday at Yokosuka Naval BaseMustangs 7 4 12 11 — 34Red Devils 10 11 17 11 — 49Scoring — Red Devils: Rashad Rapada 16, Kaine Roberts 16, Davion Roberts 12. Mustangs: Oliver Rogers 9.Kinnick 79, Zama 45 Tuesday at Yokosuka Naval BaseTrojans 11 16 4 14 — 45Red Devils 21 20 20 18 — 79Scoring — Red Devils: K. Roberts 21, D. Roberts 15; Trojans: Chandler Platt 13, Kalil Irby 10.St. Mary’s 51, Yokota 23 Tuesday at TokyoPanthers 0 3 9 11 — 23Titans 15 14 13 9 — 51Scoring — Titans: Aiden O’Flaherty 16, Alister Jones 15, Jei Arai 10.

Girls South KoreaSeoul American 47, Taejon Christian 30 Wednesday at DaejeonFalcons 8 12 12 15 — 47Dragons 5 4 7 14 — 30Scoring — Falcons: Mya Rolinson 12, Tacoria Hickey 10; Dragons: Kunlan Yang 10, Sylvia Yun 10. Rebounding — Falcons: Rolinson 11. Steals — Falcons: Rolinson 10.Humphreys 57, Yongsan 24 Wednesday at Camp HumphreysGuardians 7 4 8 5 — 24Blackhawks 14 11 16 16 — 57Scoring — Blackhawks: Ebony Dykes 16, Alex Easterling 16.Seoul Foreign 36, Osan 33 Wednesday at Osan Air BaseCrusaders 10 4 14 8 — 36Cougars 7 9 7 10 — 33Scoring — Crusaders: Eunice Chung 13; Cougars: Elizabeth White 14.

JapanKinnick 58, St. Maur 30 Wednesday at YokohamaCougars 6 8 10 6 — 30Red Devils 13 13 17 15 — 58Scoring — Red Devils: Journey Hammond 9, Cassi Boyer 9. Rebounding — Red Devils: Melissa Rose 10, Boyer 10.ASIJ 32, Yokota 27 Wednesday at TokyoPanthers 11 6 2 8 — 27Mustangs 8 12 10 2 — 32Scoring — Panthers: Haley Singleton 10.ASIJ 45, CAJ 30 Tuesday at TokyoMustangs 9 13 12 11 — 45Knights 4 5 17 4 — 30Scoring — Mustangs: Jessica Sliter 10; Knights: Rachel Nelson 14. Rebounding — Knights: Jessica Bedow 6.Zama 51, Kinnick 26 Tuesday at Camp ZamaRed Devils 3 7 10 6 — 26Trojans 10 7 17 17 — 51Rebounding — Red Devils: Kiana Johnson 9, Cassi Boyer 6, Madelyn Gallo 5.

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