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Matthew C. Perry's Jonathan Armijo dribbles against Zama's Jeremiah Stewart during Friday's Japan boys basketball game, won by the Trojans 56-37.
Matthew C. Perry's Jonathan Armijo dribbles against Zama's Jeremiah Stewart during Friday's Japan boys basketball game, won by the Trojans 56-37. (Cassidy Wooden/Special to Stripes)
Matthew C. Perry's Jonathan Armijo dribbles against Zama's Jeremiah Stewart during Friday's Japan boys basketball game, won by the Trojans 56-37.
Matthew C. Perry's Jonathan Armijo dribbles against Zama's Jeremiah Stewart during Friday's Japan boys basketball game, won by the Trojans 56-37. (Cassidy Wooden/Special to Stripes)
Zama's Jaleen Carroll skies for rebound over Matthew C. Perry's Daniel Riley and Lorenzo Brown II during Friday's Japan boys basketball game, won by the Trojans 56-37.
Zama's Jaleen Carroll skies for rebound over Matthew C. Perry's Daniel Riley and Lorenzo Brown II during Friday's Japan boys basketball game, won by the Trojans 56-37. (Cassidy Wooden/Special to Stripes)
Yokota's Britney Bailey dribbles against Robert D. Edgren's Karen Anastos during Friday's Japan girls basketball game, won by the three-time defending Far East Division II and DODEA-Japan champion Panthers 34-33.
Yokota's Britney Bailey dribbles against Robert D. Edgren's Karen Anastos during Friday's Japan girls basketball game, won by the three-time defending Far East Division II and DODEA-Japan champion Panthers 34-33. (Caitlin Blount/Special to Stripes)

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Basketball Boys South KoreaOsan 74, Taejon Christian 46 Friday at DaejeonCougars 15 14 23 22—74Dragons 4 15 13 14—46Scoring — Cougars: Daniel Jamerson 25, Isaiah Conlan 19, Gabriel Rouse 10; Dragons: Richard Redfern 20. Noteworthy — Jamerson had 17 of his points in the first half, Conlan had 14 of his in the second half; Redfern had 10 of his points in the fourth quarter.

JapanNile C. Kinnick 64, E.J. King 62 Friday at Sasebo Naval BaseRed Devils 13 19 19 13 — 64Cobras 11 20 18 13 — 62Scoring — Red Devils: Davion Roberts 18, Rashad Rapada 15; Cobras: Dyson Robinson 20, Sidney Parks 15, Elijah Dannel 14. Noteworthy — First loss for Cobras to any team other than Yokota since the 2016 Far East Division II tournament.Zama 56, Matthew C. Perry 37 Friday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniTrojans 17 16 8 15 — 56Samurai 8 11 7 11 — 37Scoring — Trojans: Jaleen Carroll 15, Jeremiah Stewart 15; Samurai: Daniel Riley 9.Yokota 84, Robert D. Edgren 54Panthers 18 21 21 24 — 84Eagles 14 18 15 7 — 54Scoring — Panthers: Kishaun Kimble-Brooks 36, Renyck Robertson 19; Eagles: Roman Perez 20. Noteworthy — Kimble-Brooks’ point total matches Kadena’s Montez Young Jr.’s on Dec. 29 for highest in a single game in the Pacific this season.

Girls South KoreaOsan 36, Taejon Christian 24 Friday at DaejeonCougars 12 4 14 6 — 36Dragons 4 7 6 7 — 24Scoring — Cougars: Elizabeth White 12, Maja Inthavixay 10; Dragons: Eun Kyo Jo 13.

JapanKinnick 39, King 34 Friday at Sasebo Naval BaseRed Devils 11 6 12 10 — 39Cobras 8 11 15 0 — 34Scoring — Red Devils: Dallas Carter 17, Ernestine Roberts 10; Cobras: Zanitta Boyd 18, Claire May 12. Rebounding — Red Devils: Carter 15. Steals — Red Devils: Jade McGinnis 6.Zama 42, Perry 29 Friday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniTrojans 15 6 13 8 — 42Samurai 3 7 7 12 — 29Scoring — Trojans: Kirari Nakamura 10; Samurai: Madison Swieczkowski 15. Rebounding — Trojans: Jessica Atkinson 8, Armelia Baldwin 6.Yokota 34, Edgren 33 Friday at Misawa Air BasePanthers 4 16 7 7 — 34Eagles 7 5 14 7 — 33Scoring — Panthers: Britney Bailey 17; Eagles: Aaliyah Scott 14, Karen Anastos 10. Rebounding — Panthers: Bailey 8; Eagles: Christina Taylor 10. Steals — Panthers: Bailey 8. Blocked shots — Panthers: Bailey 7. Noteworthy — Panthers played without starting point guard Jamia Bailey, sidelined following leg surgery over the holiday.

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