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Kubasaki's Damian Dorval shoots over two Naha Kokusai defenders during Saturday's boys pool-play game in the 12th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournanment. The Dragons routed Naha Kokusai 66-40.
Kubasaki's Damian Dorval shoots over two Naha Kokusai defenders during Saturday's boys pool-play game in the 12th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournanment. The Dragons routed Naha Kokusai 66-40. (Katricia Aquino/Special to Stripes)
Kubasaki's Damian Dorval shoots over two Naha Kokusai defenders during Saturday's boys pool-play game in the 12th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournanment. The Dragons routed Naha Kokusai 66-40.
Kubasaki's Damian Dorval shoots over two Naha Kokusai defenders during Saturday's boys pool-play game in the 12th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournanment. The Dragons routed Naha Kokusai 66-40. (Katricia Aquino/Special to Stripes)
Kadena's Eugene Robinson drives on a Maehara defender during Saturday's boys pool-play game in the 12th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. The Fighting Bulls beat Robinson's Panthers 61-54.
Kadena's Eugene Robinson drives on a Maehara defender during Saturday's boys pool-play game in the 12th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. The Fighting Bulls beat Robinson's Panthers 61-54. (Katricia Aquino/Special to Stripes)
Kadena's Cody Chambers drives between two Maehara defenders during Saturday's boys pool-play game in the 12th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. The Fighting Bulls beat the Panthers 61-54.
Kadena's Cody Chambers drives between two Maehara defenders during Saturday's boys pool-play game in the 12th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. The Fighting Bulls beat the Panthers 61-54. (Katricia Aquino/Special to Stripes)
Kubasaki's Ari Gieseck looks to shoot over two Naha Kokusai defenders during Saturday's pool-play game in the 12th Okinawwa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. Gieseck had 10 points in a losing cause as the Dragons lost 57-25.
Kubasaki's Ari Gieseck looks to shoot over two Naha Kokusai defenders during Saturday's pool-play game in the 12th Okinawwa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. Gieseck had 10 points in a losing cause as the Dragons lost 57-25. (Katricia Aquino/Special to Stripes)
Kubassaki's Elonzo Higginson III jump shoots over a Kitanakagusuku defender during Saturday's boys pool-play game in the 12th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. The Dragons edged the Fighting Lions 58-57 in a rematch of last year's championship game, won by Kitanakagusuku 63-60.
Kubassaki's Elonzo Higginson III jump shoots over a Kitanakagusuku defender during Saturday's boys pool-play game in the 12th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. The Dragons edged the Fighting Lions 58-57 in a rematch of last year's championship game, won by Kitanakagusuku 63-60. (Maiya Larry/Special to Stripes)
Kubasaki's Jonathan Hoppe pulls up for a jump shot over a Kitanakagusuku defender during Saturday's boys pool-play game in the 12th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. The Dragons edged the Fighting Lions 58-57 in a rematch of last year's championship game, won by Kitanakagusuku 63-60.
Kubasaki's Jonathan Hoppe pulls up for a jump shot over a Kitanakagusuku defender during Saturday's boys pool-play game in the 12th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. The Dragons edged the Fighting Lions 58-57 in a rematch of last year's championship game, won by Kitanakagusuku 63-60. (Maiya Larry/Special to Stripes)
Kubasaki's Ilijah Washington skies for a layup against Kitanakagusuku during Saturday's boys pool-play game in the 12th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. The Dragons edged the Fighting Lions 58-57 in a rematch of last year's championship game, won by the Fighting Lions 63-60.
Kubasaki's Ilijah Washington skies for a layup against Kitanakagusuku during Saturday's boys pool-play game in the 12th Okinawa-American Friendship Basketball Tournament. The Dragons edged the Fighting Lions 58-57 in a rematch of last year's championship game, won by the Fighting Lions 63-60. (Maiya Larry/Special to Stripes)

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Wrestling South KoreaSaturday at Camp HumphreysSeoul American 35, Daegu 14 101 — Jacob Schuck, Seoul, by walkover; 108 — Max Harding, Seoul, by walkover; 115 — Not contested; 122 — Ty White, Seoul, by walkover; 129 — Steven Petracca, Seoul, by walkover; 135 — Logan Howell, Seoul, by walkover; 141 — Jacob Berry, Daegu, tech. Levi Manville; 148 — Gavin Jackson, Daegu, pin. Titus Carbone, 1:52; 158 — Hunter Lane, Daegu, by walkover; 168 — Amon Manville, Seoul, tech. Timothy Jones; 180 — Brian Choe, Seoul, by walkover; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Not contested.Humphreys 26, Daegu 15 101 — Not contested; 108 — Aiden Rivera, Humphreys, by walkover; 115 — Sam Lister, Humphreys, by walkover; 122 — Ben Lister, Humphreys, by walkover; 129 — Dillon Rix, Humphreys, by walkover; 135 — Peter Teachout, Humphreys, by walkover; 141 — Berry tech. Parker Torgensen; 148 — Jackson dec. Eduardo Badilla; 158 — Lane tech. Devin Rix; 168 — Jones tech. Yasmine Huntley; 180 — Not contested; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Not contested.Humphreys 40, Osan 10 101 — Not contested; 108 — Rivera by walkover; 115 — S. Lister by walkover; 122 — B. Lister by walkover; 129 — Di. Rix by walkover; 135 — Teachout by walkover; 141 — Torgensen by walkover; 148 — Marcus Inthavixay, Osan, tech. Badilla; 158 — De. Rix by walkover; 168 — Ethan Simpson, Humphreys, by walkover; 180 — Braydon Hammond, Osan, pin. Isaiah Mers, 1:33; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Not contested.Humphreys 30, Seoul American 18 101 — Not contested; 108 — Schuck dec. Rivera; 115 — S. Lister tech. Harding; 122 — B. Lister tech pin. White, 2:20; 129 — De. Rix pin. Petracca, 2:35; 135 — Teachout pin. Howell, 2:24; 141 — L. Manville tech. Torgensen; 148 — Badilla by walkover; 158 — De. Rix pin. Kent Shepherd, 2:24; 168 — A. Manville pin. Simpson, 2:12; 180 — Choe by walkover; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Not contested.Daegu 15, Osan 8 101 — Not contested; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Not contested; 122 — Not contested; 129 — Not contested; 135 — Not contested; 141 — Berry by walkover; 148 — Inthavixay dec. Jackson; 158 — Lane by walkover; 168 — Jones by walkover; 180 — Hammond by walkover; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Not contested.Seoul American 49, Osan 5 101 — Schuck by walkover; 108 — Harding by walkover; 115 — Not contested; 122 — White by walkover; 129 — Petracca by walkover; 135 — Howell by walkover; 141 — L. Manville by walkover; 148 — Inthaxivay pin. Carbone, 1:45; 158 — Shepherd by walkover; 168 — A. Manville by walkover; 180 — Choe tech. Hammond; 215 — Not contested; Heavyweight — Not contested.

JapanYokota Invitational Saturday at Yokota Air BaseNile C. Kinnick 126, Matthew C. Perry 48, Yokota 42, Robert D. Edgren 36, Zama 8, E.J. King 0 101 — 1, Caleb Heino, Yokota; 2, Marcus Irons, MCP; 3, Kadee Sanford, MCP.108 — 1, John Lanzilotta, Kinnick; 2, Jefre Arceo, Kinnick; 3, Kaito Hayashi, Zama.115 — 1, Kaiden Meyer, Yokota; 2, Brad Ponsiano, MCP; 3, Terrence Berg, Kinnick.122 — 1, Jordan Smith, Kinnick; 2, Abigail Gomez, Edgren; 3, Kura Sato, Yokota.129 — 1, Raphael Gomez, Edgren; 2, Zachary Kornegay, Kinnick; 3, Otto Paul, Kinnick.135 — 1, Devoney Stanley, Kinnick; 2, Levi Rick, Edgren; 3, Kyle Easterwood, Yokota.141 — 1, Mason Smith, Kinnick; 2, Super Couthen, Kinnick; 3, Ethan Hamilton, Kinnick.148 — 1, Marc Morgan, Kinnick; 2, Cody Dettman, Edgren; 3, Kris Irons, MCP.158 — 1, Darius Swenson, Kinnick; 2, Andrew Borrero, MCP; 3, Bradleigh McCollum, Edgren.168 — 1, Kameron Leon Guerrero, Kinnick; 2, Ethan Cecil, MCP; 3, Gavin Kelbaugh, Yokota.180 — 1, Tyler Ryer, Kinnick; 2, Marl Macato, Kinnick; 3, Austin Fisher, Yokota.215 — 1, Chris Mason, Kinnick; 2, Zac Forester, MCP; 3, Matthew Fernandez, Zama.Heavyweight — 1, Marshall China, MCP; 2, Jalen Harrison, Yokota; 3, Chase Quigley, Edgren.

Basketball Boys South KoreaOsan 70, Seoul American 28 Saturday at Yongsan GarrisonCougars 20 17 20 13 — 70Falcons 4 11 9 4 — 28Scoring — Cougars: Joey Betts 18, Daniel Jamerson 14, Leo Legaspi 10; Falcons: Caleb Lee 7. Rebounding — Falcons: Blake Christianson 8.Humphreys 78, Taejon Christian 25 Saturday at DaejeonBlackhawks 20 27 15 16 — 78Dragons 7 5 11 2 — 25Scoring — Blackhawks: Quintin Metcalf 22, Jalen Hill 20, Brice Bulotovich 11. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Metcalf 14, Carlos Criss III 10, Hill 6. Assists — Blackhawks: Joshua Weaver 7. Blocked shots — Blackhawks: Criss 5.

Okinawa12th Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament Saturday at Camp FosterPool A Kubasaki 58, Kitanakagusuku 57 Kitanakagusuku 6 22 18 11 — 57Dragons 18 9 9 22 — 58Scoring — Dragons: Ilijah Washington 20, Elonzo Higginson III 15, Damian Dorval 10. Noteworthy — Washington hit two foul shots with 12.3 seconds left and Jonathan Hoppe stole the ball with five seconds remaining to ice the victory for the Dragons. The Fighting Lions beat Kubasaki 63-60 in last year’s championship game.Kitanakagusuku 59, Naha Kokusai 41 Kitanakagusuku 20 10 10 19 — 59Naha Kokusai 7 9 13 12 — 41Kubasaki 66, Naha Kokusai 40 Naha Kokusai 12 10 5 13 — 40Dragons 20 14 16 16 — 66Scoring — Dragons: Jonathan Baker 14, Higginson 12, Dorval 12.Pool B Maehara 55, Oroku 46 Maehara 18 15 10 12 — 55Oroku 9 11 17 9 — 46Maehara 61, Kadena 54 Panthers 14 10 14 16 — 54Maehara 19 19 15 8 — 61Scoring — Panthers: Montez Young Jr. 26.Oroku 58, Kadena 53 Panthers 12 18 17 6 — 53Oroku 20 17 8 13 — 58Scoring — Panthers: Young 19. Noteworthy — All of Young’s points came in the second half.Sunday’s games Naha Kokusai vs. Oroku, 10:30 a.m. Kitanakagusuku vs. Kadena, 10:30 a.m. Kubasaki vs. Game 1 winner, 1:30 p.m. Maehara vs. Game 2 winner, 1:30 p.m. Third place, 4:30 p.m. Championship, 4:30 p.m.

JapanYokota 73, Edgren 42 Saturday at Misawa Air BasePanthers 22 17 22 12 — 73Eagles 13 14 10 5 — 42Scoring — Panthers: Kishaun Kimble-Brooks 21, Riley DeMarco 24; Eagles: Roman Perez 12, Cyril Yalung 12, Cole Bodily 10. Noteworthy — DeMarco hit five three-point goals for the Panthers.Kinnick 96, King 63 Saturday at Sasebo Naval BaseRed Devils 22 22 27 25 — 96Cobras 10 20 15 18 — 63Scoring — Red Devils: Gage Henderson 23, Kedrick Stockman 21, Davion Roberts 18, Rashad Rapada 16; Cobras: Dyson Robinson 20, Elijah Dannel 20, Sidney Parks 14. Rebounding — Red Devils: Henderson 15, Aaron Peterson 12.Zama 64, Perry 43 Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniTrojans 13 21 14 16 — 64Samurai 10 19 7 7 — 43Scoring — Trojans: Jaleen Carroll 23, Jeremiah Stewart 14; Samurai: Jonathan Armijo 20, Kapili Gleason 13.

Girls South KoreaSeoul American 39, Osan 38 Saturday at Yongsan GarrisonCougars 8 13 7 10 — 38Falcons 12 10 6 11 — 39Scoring — Falcons: Maria Bruch 13, Ebony Dykes 10; Cougars: Christina Hoff 13, Maja Inthavixay 10. Rebounding — Falcons: Renee Thompson 8, Bruch 6. Steals — Falcons: Bruch 8. Noteworthy — Freshman MacKenzie Barden sank two foul shots with .8 seconds remaining to win it for the Falcons.Taejon Christian 41, Humphreys 10 Saturday at DaejeonBlackhawks 2 2 2 4 — 10Dragons 10 13 10 8 — 41Scoring — Dragons: Mac Smith 18. Noteworthy — Blackhawks shot just 9 percent from the field, 5-for-51, from the field and 0-for-6 at the foul line.

Okinawa12th Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament Saturday at Camp FosterPool A Kitanakagusuku 50, Kadena 47 Kitanakagusuku 18 5 10 17 — 50Panthers 8 11 16 12 — 47Scoring — Panthers: Atiria Simms 16.Koza 63, Kitanakagusuku 16 Kitanakagusuku 7 3 4 2 — 16Koza 10 16 15 17 — 63Koza 52, Kadena 42 Panthers 6 12 9 15 — 42Koza 16 13 8 15 — 52Scoring — Panthers: Alexis Erp 14.Pool B Naha Kokusai 54, Ginowan 42 Naha Kokusai 15 16 8 15 — 54Ginowan 11 2 12 17 — 42Naha Kokusai 57, Kubasaki 25 Naha Kokusai 19 9 15 14 — 57Kubasaki 8 5 8 4 — 25Scoring — Dragons: Ari Gieseck 10.Ginowan 41, Kubasaki 26 Kubasaki 10 6 8 2 — 26Ginowan 3 15 11 12 — 41Scoring — Dragons: Ceara King 6.Sunday’s games Kitanakagusuku vs. Kubasaki, 9 a.m. Kadena vs. Ginowan, 9 a.m. Koza vs. Game 1 winner, noon Naha Kokusai vs. Game 2 winner, noon Third place, 3 p.m. Championship, 3 p.m.

JapanEdgren 51, Yokota 39 Saturday at Misawa Air BasePanthers 12 6 10 11 — 39Eagles 17 12 5 17 — 51Scoring — Eagles: Aaliyah Scott 17, Karen Anastos 12, Jada Flowers 12; Panthers: Britney Bailey 26. Rebounding — Panthers: Bailey 5. Blocked shots — Panthers: Bailey 4.Kinnick 41, King 11 Saturday at Sasebo Naval BaseRed Devils 11 18 10 2 — 41Cobras 2 4 1 4 — 11Scoring — Red Devils: Dallas Carter 17, Jade McGinnis 10; Cobras: Zanitta Boyd 5. Rebounding — Red Devils: Carter 12, Teddy Bates 7. Assists — Red Devils: Annalicia Santos 5.Zama 43, Perry 25 Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniTrojans 10 10 12 11 — 43Samurai 0 7 13 5 — 25Scoring — Trojans: Jessica Atkinson 10, Kirari Nakamura 10, Leanne Carlson 10; Samurai: Madison Swieczkowski 19. Rebounding — Trojans: Atkinson 10, Carlson 5.

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