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Matthew C. Perry's Anthony Laney drives for the basket against Zama during Friday's Japan boys basketball game. The Trojans won Friday's game 66-45, but the Samurai roared back on Saturday to beat Zama 60-51 and win two of three games they played over the weekend.
Matthew C. Perry's Anthony Laney drives for the basket against Zama during Friday's Japan boys basketball game. The Trojans won Friday's game 66-45, but the Samurai roared back on Saturday to beat Zama 60-51 and win two of three games they played over the weekend. (Shion Rudolph/Special to Stripes)
Matthew C. Perry's Anthony Laney drives for the basket against Zama during Friday's Japan boys basketball game. The Trojans won Friday's game 66-45, but the Samurai roared back on Saturday to beat Zama 60-51 and win two of three games they played over the weekend.
Matthew C. Perry's Anthony Laney drives for the basket against Zama during Friday's Japan boys basketball game. The Trojans won Friday's game 66-45, but the Samurai roared back on Saturday to beat Zama 60-51 and win two of three games they played over the weekend. (Shion Rudolph/Special to Stripes)
Seoul American's Christian Ji and Osan's Carson Nugent struggle for the ball during Saturday's Korea boys basketball game. The Cougars won 57-17 in a game called with 2:20 left in the third quarter due to the league mercy rule.
Seoul American's Christian Ji and Osan's Carson Nugent struggle for the ball during Saturday's Korea boys basketball game. The Cougars won 57-17 in a game called with 2:20 left in the third quarter due to the league mercy rule. (Kelly Kenyon/Special to Stripes)
Osan's Daniel Jamerson drives between Seoul American defenders for a shot during Saturday's Korea boys basketball game. The Cougars won 57-17 in a game called with 2:20 left in the third quarter due to the league mercy rule.
Osan's Daniel Jamerson drives between Seoul American defenders for a shot during Saturday's Korea boys basketball game. The Cougars won 57-17 in a game called with 2:20 left in the third quarter due to the league mercy rule. (Kelly Kenyon/Special to Stripes)
Osan's Braden Shawman goes up for a shot against Seoul American during Saturday's Korea boys basketball game. The Cougars won 57-17 in a game called with 2:20 left in the third quarter due to the league mercy rule.
Osan's Braden Shawman goes up for a shot against Seoul American during Saturday's Korea boys basketball game. The Cougars won 57-17 in a game called with 2:20 left in the third quarter due to the league mercy rule. (Kelly Kenyon/Special to Stripes)
Seoul American's Lauren Kirschner and Tacoria Hickey collide as they vie for a rebound against Osan during Saturday's Korea girls basketball game. The Falcons rallied for a 44-39 win.
Seoul American's Lauren Kirschner and Tacoria Hickey collide as they vie for a rebound against Osan during Saturday's Korea girls basketball game. The Falcons rallied for a 44-39 win. (Kelly Kenyon/Special to Stripes)
Robert D. Edgren's Momomi Atkinson looks for help as Yokota's Hana Robbins defends during Saturday's Japan girls basketball game, won by the Panthers 44-26.
Robert D. Edgren's Momomi Atkinson looks for help as Yokota's Hana Robbins defends during Saturday's Japan girls basketball game, won by the Panthers 44-26. (Michael K. Atkinson/Special to Stripes)
Yokota's Emily Taynton drives between two Robert D. Edgren defenders during Saturday's Japan girls basketball game, won by the Panthers 44-26.
Yokota's Emily Taynton drives between two Robert D. Edgren defenders during Saturday's Japan girls basketball game, won by the Panthers 44-26. (Michael K. Atkinson/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Chris Mason and Robert D. Edgren's Chase Quigley grapple for the upper hand during Saturday's Japan dual-meet tournament at Yokota. Mason won by decision and the Red Devils won the dual meet 32-24.
Nile C. Kinnick's Chris Mason and Robert D. Edgren's Chase Quigley grapple for the upper hand during Saturday's Japan dual-meet tournament at Yokota. Mason won by decision and the Red Devils won the dual meet 32-24. (Emma Stevens/Special to Stripes)
St. Mary's Austin Koslow tilts Zama's Caen Mumford with a leg lock during Saturday's Japan dual meet tournament at Yokota. Koslow won by technical fall and the Titans won the dual meet 41-5.
St. Mary's Austin Koslow tilts Zama's Caen Mumford with a leg lock during Saturday's Japan dual meet tournament at Yokota. Koslow won by technical fall and the Titans won the dual meet 41-5. (Emma Stevens/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Ethan Hamilton takes Yokota's Joey DeGrella to the mat during Saturday's Japan wrestling dual meet. Hamilton won by technical fall and the Red Devils won the dual meet 37-20.
Nile C. Kinnick's Ethan Hamilton takes Yokota's Joey DeGrella to the mat during Saturday's Japan wrestling dual meet. Hamilton won by technical fall and the Red Devils won the dual meet 37-20. (Emma Stevens/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Charlie Labato wrenches Zama's Angel Fuentes' shoulders to the mat during Saturday's Japan wrestling dual meet at Yokota. Labato pinned Fuentes and the Red Devils won the dual meet 54-0.
Nile C. Kinnick's Charlie Labato wrenches Zama's Angel Fuentes' shoulders to the mat during Saturday's Japan wrestling dual meet at Yokota. Labato pinned Fuentes and the Red Devils won the dual meet 54-0. (Emma Stevens/Special to Stripes)
Daegu's Ethan Rodriguez tries to dribble past Humphreys' Jalen Hill during Saturday's Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks remained unbeaten at 6-0 with a 76-33 win over the Warriors.
Daegu's Ethan Rodriguez tries to dribble past Humphreys' Jalen Hill during Saturday's Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks remained unbeaten at 6-0 with a 76-33 win over the Warriors. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stripes)
Humphreys' Quintin Metcalf skies for a slam dunk against Daegu during Saturday's Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks remained unbeaten at 6-0 with a 76-33 win over the Warriors.
Humphreys' Quintin Metcalf skies for a slam dunk against Daegu during Saturday's Korea boys basketball game. The Blackhawks remained unbeaten at 6-0 with a 76-33 win over the Warriors. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stripes)

High school

Wrestling South KoreaSaturday at DaeguHumphreys 44, Seoul American 13 101 — Kevin Lima, HHS, by walkover; 108 — Jeremy Cho, HHS, by walkover; 115 — Fuente Pedro, HHS, by walkover; 122 — Sam Lister, HHS, by walkover; 129 — Not contested; 135 — Uliese Yu, HHS, pin. Daniel Cortez, 2:10; 141 — Ben Lister, HHS, tech. Efrain Velazquez-Lebron; 148 — Toy Williams, SAHS, pin. Zack Downs, 3:10; 158 — Levi Manville, HHS, pin. Jaiden Luengas, 2:00; 168 — Jake De La Rosa, HHS, by walkover; 180 — Brian Choe, SAHS, tech. James Ahn; 215 — Frank Hurtado-Gutierrez, SAHs, by walkover; Heavyweight — Xavier Thorps, HHS, by walkover.Humphreys 48, Osan 14 101 — Cho by walkover; 108 — Lima by walkover; 115 — Pedro by walkover; 122 — S. Lister by walkover; 129 — Kojiro VanHoose, Osan, tech. Yu; 135 — Will Allen, HHS, tech. Jordan Silva; 141 — B. Lister by walkover; 148 — Jaiden Workman, HHS, tech. Joseph Kim; 158 — Marcus Inthavixay, Osan, pin. Manville, 3:10; 168 — Ahn by walkover; 180 — De La Rosa by walkover; 215 — Jaray Mensah, Osan, by walkover; Heavyweight — Thorps by walkover.Humphreys 49, Daegu 3 101 — Cho by walkover; 108 — Lima dec. Donald Thomas; 115 — Pedro by walkover; 122 — Adan Yu, HHS, by walkover; 129 — S. Lister by walkover; 135 — Allen by walkover; 141 — B. Lister by walkover; 148 — Workman tech. Jacob Berry; 158 — Manville dec. Gavin Jackson; 168 — Ahn tech. Dante Winfield; 180 — De La Rosa by walkover; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Not contested.Seoul American 20, Daegu 15 101 — Not contested; 108 — Thomas by walkover; 115 — Not contested; 122 — Not contested; 129 — Not contested; 135 — Cortez by walkover; 141 — Velazquez-Lebron by walkover; 148 — Not contested; 158 — Luengas by walkover; 168 — Winfield by walkover; 180 — Choe by walkover; 215 — Hurtado-Gutierrez by walkover; Heavyweight — Not contested.Seoul American 25, Osan 10 101 — Not contested; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Not contested; 122 — Not contested; 129 — VanHoose by walkover; 135 — Cortez pin. Silva, 2:34; 141 — Velazquez-Lebron by walkover; 148 — Williams pin. Kim, 1:58; 158 — Inthavixay pin. Luengas, :50; 168 — Not contested; 180 — Choe by walkover; 215 — Hurtado-Gutierrez pin. Mensah, 1:48; Heavyweight — Not contested.Osan 20, Daegu 15 101 — Not contested; 108 — Thomas by walkover; 115 — Not contested; 122 — Not contested; 129 — VanHoose by walkover; 135 — Silva by walkover; 141 — Not contested; 148 — Berry pin. Kim, 1:16; 158 — Inthavixay pin. Jackson, 1:32; 168 — Winfield by walkover; 180 — Not contested; 215 — Mensah by walkover; Heavyweight — Not contested.

JapanSaturday at Yokota Air BaseNile C. Kinnick 32, Robert D. Edgren 24 101 — Alexi Mutoh, Kinnick, by walkover; 108 — Taina Marsh, Edgren, pin. Janzel Pila, 1:30; 115 — Liam Jones, Kinnick, by walkover; 122 — Charlie Labato, Kinnick, by walkover; 129 — Kenerick McDaniel, Kinnick, tech. Sam Squires, 13-2; 135 — Levi Rick, Edgren, pin. Patrick Kelly, 4:00; 141 — Ethan Hamilton, Kinnick, pin. Taylor Malcom, 2:40; 148 — Ethan Hovenkotter, Edgren, pin. Ian Moore, 4:00; 158 — Aubrey St. John, Kinnick, by walkover; 168 — Bradleigh McCollum, Edgren, pin. Alex Lovell, 5:30; 180 — Marl Macato, Kinnick, by walkover; 215 — Chris Mason, Kinnick, dec. Chase Quigley; Heavyweight — Not contested.Edgren 34, Zama 26 101 — Nicholas Amanatidis, Zama, by walkover; 108 — Marsh by walkover; 115 -Julian Hendra, Zama, by walkover; 122 — Angel Fuentes, Zama, by walkover; 129 — Squires by walkover; 135 — Rick pin. Riki Fameli; 141 — Malcom pin. Eligh Cabe; 148 — Hovenkotter tech. Caden Hernandez; 158 — Not contested; 168 — McCollum by walkover; 180 — Caen Mumford, Zama, by walkover; 215 — Quigley by walkover; Heavyweight — Not contested.St. Mary’s 41, Zama 5 101 — Amanatidis by walkover; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Eiji Kasahara, St. Mary’s, pin. Hendra; 122 — Jasjot Bedi, St. Mary’s, pin. Fuentes; 129 — Harold Mancia, St. Mary’s, tech. Masaki Aoki; 135 — William Krcelic, St. Mary’s, tech. Fameli; 141 — Nishant Chanda, St. Mary’s, pin. Cabe; 148 — Cole Lawlor, St. Mary’s, pin. Hernandez; 158 — Warren Koslow, St. Mary’s, by walkover; 168 — Luke Robottom, St. Mary’s, by walkover; 180 — Austin Koslow, St. Mary’s, tech. Mumford; 215 — Michael Patton, St. Mary’s, by walkover; Heavyweight — Not contested.Kinnick 37, Yokota 20 101 — Mutoh by walkover; 108 — Caleb Heino, Yokota, pin. Pila; 115 — Jones by walkover; 122 — Chris DeGrella, Yokota, pin. Labato; 129 — McDaniel by walkover; 135 — Ramil Celones, Yokota, pin. Kelly; 141 — Hamilton tech. Joey DeGrella; 148 — Moore tech. Liam O’Grady; 158 — St. John by walkover; 168 — Lovell pin. Kai Harbert; 180 — Austin Fisher pin. Macato; 215 — Mason pin. Zay Jackson; Heavyweight — Not contested.Kinnick 54, Zama 0 101 — Mutoh tech Amanatidis; 108 — Pila by walkover; 115 — Jones by walkover; 122 — Labato pin. Fuentes; 129 — McDaniel tech. Aoki; 135 — Kelly dec. Fameli; 141 — Hamilton tech. Cabe; 148 — Moore pin. Hernandez; 158 — St. John by walkover; 168 — Lovell by walkover; 180 — Macato tech. Mumford; 215 — Mason by walkover; Heavyweight — Not contested.Matthew C. Perry 50, Zama 10 101 — Amanatidis by walkover; 108 — James Williams, Perry, by walkover; 115 — Marcus Irons, Perry, by walkover; 122 — Brad Ponsiano, Perry, pin. Fuentes; 129 — Aoki tech. Ben Buchanan; 135 — Cameron Penn, Perry, pin. Fameli; 141 — Cabe pin. Blake Gregg; 148 — Kristian Irons, Perry, pin. Hernandez; 158 — Matt Adams, Perry, by walkover; 168 — Shawn Swindell, Perry, by walkover; 180 — Zac Forester, Perry, pin. Mumford; 215 — Linnon China, Perry, by walkover; Heayvweight — Marshall China, Perry, by walkover.St. Mary’s 47, Yokota 5 101 — Not contested; 108 — Heino by walkover; 115 — Kasahara by walkover; 122 — Bedi pin. C. DeGrella; 129 — Mancia by walkover; 135 — Krcelic tech. Celones; 141 — Chanda pin. J. DeGrella; 148 — Lawlor pin. O’Grady; 158 — W. Koslow pin. Mack Togan; 168 — Robottom pin. Harbert; 180 — A. Koslow tech. Fisher; 215 — Patton pin. Jackson; Heavyweight — Not contested.Kinnick 41, Perry 18 101 — Mutoh by walkover; 108 — Pila by walkover; 115 — M. Irons tech. Jones; 122 — Ponsiano tech. Labato; 129 — McDaniel tech. Buchanan; 135 — Kelly tech. Penn; 141 — Hamilton pin. Gregg; 148 — K. Irons pin. Moore; 158 — St. John pin. Adams; 168 — Lovell tech. Swindell; 180 — Macato tech. Forester; 215 — Mason pin. Derek Jaques; Heavyweight — M. China by walkover.Perry 30, Yokota 30 101 — Not contested; 108 — Heino by walkover; 115 — M. Irons by walkover; 122 — C. DeGrella pin. Ponsiano; 129 — Buchanan by walkover; 135 — Penn pin. Celones; 141 — J. DeGrella pin. Gregg; 148 — O’Grady pin. K. Irons; 158 — Togan pin. Adams; 168 — Swindell pin. Harbert; 180 — Fisher pin. Forester; 215 — Jaques pin. Jackson; Heavyweight — M. China by walkover.St. Mary’s 37, Edgren 14 101 — Not contested; 108 — Marsh by walkover; 115 — Kasahara by walkover; 122 — Bedi by walkover; 129 — Mancia tech. Squires; 135 — Krcelic tech. Rick; 141 — Chanda pin. Malcom; 148 — Lawlor tech. Hovenkotter; 158 — W. Koslow by walkover; 168 — McCollum pin. Robottom; 180 — Fisher by walkover; 215 — Quigley tech. Patton; Heavyweight — Not contested.Edgren 30, Perry 29 101 — Not contested; 108 — Williams tech. Marsh; 115 — M. Irons by walkover; 122 — Ponsiano by walkover; 129 — Squires pin. Buchanan; 135 — Rick pin. Penn; 141 — Malcom pin. Gregg; 148 — Hovenkotter pin. K. Irons; 158 — Adams by walkover; 168 — McCollum pin. Swindell; 180 — Forester by walkover; 215 — Quigley pin. Jaques; Heavyweight — M. China by walkover.St. Mary’s 35, Kinnick 19 101 — Mutoh by walkover; 108 — Pila by walkover; 115 — Kasahara tech. Jones; 122 — Bedi dec. Labato; 129 — Mancia pin. McDaniel; 135 — Krcelic pin. Kelly; 141 — Chanda pin. Hovenkotter; 148 — Lawlor tech. Moore; 158 — W. Koslow pin. St. John; 168 — Lovell tech. Robottom; 180 — A. Koslow tech. Macato; 215 — Mason pin. Patton; Heavyweight — Not contested.St. Mary’s 45, Perry 10 101 — Not contested; 108 — Williams by walkover; 115 — Kasahara tech. M. Irons; 122 — Bedi pin. Ponsiano; 129 — Mancia tech. Buchanan; 135 — Krcelic pin. Penn; 141 — Chanda pin. Gregg; 148 — Lawlor tech. K. Irons; 158 — W. Koslow tech. Adams; 168 — Robottom pin. Swindell; 180 — A. Koslow tech. Forester; 215 — Patton pin. Jaques; Heavyweight — M. China by walkover.

Basketball Boys South KoreaHumphreys 76, Daegu 33 Saturday at Camp WalkerBlackhawks 17 14 33 12 — 76Warriors 6 15 9 3 — 33Scoring — Blackhawks: Jalen Hill 18, Quintin Metcalf 18, Collin Metcalf 14; Warriors: Ethan Rodriguez 17. Rebounding — Blackhawks: C. Metcalf 14, Q. Metcalf 10, Hill 7. Steals — Blackhawks: Hill 5. Assists — Blackhawks: Q. Metcalf 6.Osan 57, Seoul American 17 Saturday at Osan Air BaseFalcons 13 2 2 — 17Cougars 24 12 21 — 57Noteworthy — Game was officially stopped with 2:20 left in the third quarter under mercy-rule provisions.

OkinawaKubasaki 74, Ginowan 65 Saturday at Camp FosterRedhawks 19 15 16 15 — 65Dragons 21 13 28 12 — 74Scoring — Dragons: Damien Dorval 31, Dylan Canlas 12, Tristan Higginson 11. Rebounding — Dragons: Adam Rasmussen 8, Dorval 8, Jonathan Hoppe 7, Vincent Hill 6.

JapanEdgren 65, Yokota 40 Saturday at Misawa Air BasePanthers 18 8 9 5 — 40Eagles 17 23 17 8 — 65Scoring — Eagles: Quan Thompson 25, Chauncey Williams 13, Riley Palfy 10; Panthers: Riley DeMarco 13. Noteworthy — Thompson had seven three-point goals, five in the first half. Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniE.J. King 64, Zama 44 Cobras 19 21 8 16 — 64Trojans 7 9 12 16 — 44Scoring — Cobras: Dyson Robinson 23, L.J. Scarver 13, James Meachum 13; Trojans: Jeremiah Stewart 13, Keshawn McNeill 10. Rebounding — Cobras: Scarver 15, Robinson 13.Perry 60, Zama 51 Trojans 6 14 15 16 — 51Samurai 15 12 15 18 — 60Scoring — Samurai: Lorenzo Brown II 18, Anthony Laney 15. Rebounding — Samurai: Laney 8, William Rudolph 5, Deion Stephens 5. Assists — Samurai: Laney 8, Jericho Eusebio 5.

Girls South KoreaDaegu 48, Humphreys 44 Saturday at Camp WalkerBlackhawks 13 12 5 14 — 44Warriors 9 8 10 23 — 48Scoring — Warriors: Dai’Ja Turner 28, Bethani Newbold 16; Blackhawks: Maria Bruch 22. Rebounding — Warriors: Turner 11. Steals — Blackhawks: Bruch 7. Blocked shots — Warriors: Turner 5. Noteworthy — Warriors won battle of Korea Blue Division unbeatens, improving to 6-0 while the Blackhawks fell to 5-1.Seoul American 44, Osan 39 Saturday at Osan Air BaseFalcons 4 10 15 15 — 44Cougars 9 7 7 16 — 39Scoring — Falcons: Tailan Hickey 14, Kylie Hart 16; Cougars: Lizzy White 19, Maja Inthavixay 15. Noteworthy — Hart scored eight in the fourth quarter to fuel the Falcons’ comeback.

JapanYokota 44, Edgren 26 Saturday at Misawa Air BasePanthers 8 18 6 12 — 44Eagles 4 5 9 8 — 26Scoring — Panthers: Emily Taynton 14, Alexis Smalls 11; Eagles: Momomi Atkinson 9. Steals — Panthers: Caleigh Garcia 7, Taynton 5.King 42, Perry 26 Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniCobras 16 7 10 9 — 42Samurai 2 2 19 3 — 26Scoring — Cobras: Gabi Shultz 21; Samurai: Taniya Smith 7. Rebounding — Cobras: Shultz 8.

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