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Daegu's Kevin Williams tries to dribble past Osan's Justin Maglalang during Saturday's boys basketball game, won by the Cougars 61-30.
Daegu's Kevin Williams tries to dribble past Osan's Justin Maglalang during Saturday's boys basketball game, won by the Cougars 61-30. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Daegu's Kevin Williams tries to dribble past Osan's Justin Maglalang during Saturday's boys basketball game, won by the Cougars 61-30.
Daegu's Kevin Williams tries to dribble past Osan's Justin Maglalang during Saturday's boys basketball game, won by the Cougars 61-30. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Daegu's Kevin Williams tries to work his way between Osan's Sung DeAngelo and Matthew Burbee during Saturday's boys basketball game, won by the Cougars 61-30.
Daegu's Kevin Williams tries to work his way between Osan's Sung DeAngelo and Matthew Burbee during Saturday's boys basketball game, won by the Cougars 61-30. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Daegu's Ki'inani Royer and Kennedi Williams and Osan's Haille Nugent fight for the ball during Saturday's girls basketball game, won by the Cougars 39-6.
Daegu's Ki'inani Royer and Kennedi Williams and Osan's Haille Nugent fight for the ball during Saturday's girls basketball game, won by the Cougars 39-6. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Daegu's Ki'inani Royer has the ball tied up by Osan's Monique Wilson and Elizabeth White as Cougars teammate Krystal Williams moves in to help during Saturday's girls basketball game, won by the Cougars 39-6.
Daegu's Ki'inani Royer has the ball tied up by Osan's Monique Wilson and Elizabeth White as Cougars teammate Krystal Williams moves in to help during Saturday's girls basketball game, won by the Cougars 39-6. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Taylor Peche tries to keep a handle on the ball against Robert D. Edgren's Christina Taylor during Saturday's girls basketball game, won by the Panthers 50-40.
Yokota's Taylor Peche tries to keep a handle on the ball against Robert D. Edgren's Christina Taylor during Saturday's girls basketball game, won by the Panthers 50-40. (Caitlin Blount/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Yokota's Jamia Bailey looks for operating room against Robert D. Edgren's Karen Anastos during Saturday's girls basketball game, won by the Panthers 50-40.
Yokota's Jamia Bailey looks for operating room against Robert D. Edgren's Karen Anastos during Saturday's girls basketball game, won by the Panthers 50-40. (Caitlin Blount/Special to Stars and Stripes)
Robert D. Edgren's Jun Doria dribbles against Yokota's Kory Sterling as Panthers coach Tim Pujol watches in the background during Saturday's boys basketball game, won by the Panthers 64-42.
Robert D. Edgren's Jun Doria dribbles against Yokota's Kory Sterling as Panthers coach Tim Pujol watches in the background during Saturday's boys basketball game, won by the Panthers 64-42. (Caitlin Blount/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Wrestling South KoreaSaturday at DaejeonSeoul American 29, Daegu 8 101 — Not contested; 108 — Steven Petracca, SAHS, by walkover; 115 — Not contested; 122 — Austin Butler, SAHS, pin. Charles Lyons; 129 — Not contested; 135 — Joseph Friend, SAHS, pin. James Prasse; 141 — Not contested; 148 — Hunter Lane, Daegu, tech. Danny Berdine; 158 — Jake Dexter, Daegu, tech. John Lee; 168 — Erich Gries, SAHS, tech. Tim Jones; 180 — Brandon Rothe, SAHS, by walkover; 215 — Ryan Park, SAHS, by walkover; Heavyweight — Not contested.Seoul American 33, Osan 9 101 — Not contested; 108 — Kojiro VanHoose, Osan, tech. Petracca; 115 — Not contested; 122 — Butler tech. Ayanna Clayborne; 129 — Not contested; 135 — Eric Guzman, SAHS, by walkover; 141 — Hunter VanHoose, Osan, tech. Friend; 148 — Berdine by walkover; 158 — Lee by walkover; 168 — Gries by walkover; 180 — Rothe by walkover; 215 — Park tech. James Kirkley IV; Heavyweight — Not contested.Seoul American 30, Humphreys 9 101 — Not contested; 108 — Petracca by walkover; 115 — Not contested; 122 — Jonathan Brumfield, HHS, tech. Butler; 129 — Not contested; 135 — Imani McDonald, HHS, pin. Friend; 141 — Not contested; 148 — Berdine by walkover; 158 — Lee by walkover; 168 — Brian Choe, SAHS, pin. Kristoff Wright; 180 — Rothe by walkover; 215 — Park by walkover; Heavyweight — Not contested.

JapanNile C. Kinnick 50, Yokota 11 Saturday at Yokota Air Base101 — Caleb Heino, Yokota, pin. John Lanzilotta, 1:20; 108 — Charlie Labato, Kinnick, pin. Austin Grimes, 1:48; 115 — Chon Dareing, Kinnick, tech. Brian McKinley, 13-2; 122 — Lucas Wirth, Kinnick, tech. Luke Alexander, 10-0; 129 — Devoney Stanley, Kinnick, pin. Kyle Eastwood, 1:09; 135 — Mike Hoffman, Yokota, tech. Ethan Hamilton, 13-2; 141 — Kameron Leon Guerrero, Kinnick, dec. Emerson Gaume, 11-4; 148 — Jacob Castro, Kinnick, pin. Trevor Billelo, 1:07; 158 — Darius Swenson, Kinnick, tech. Alex Alexander, 10-0; 168 — Tyler Ryer, Kinnick, pin. Cameron Ewins, 2:55; 180 — Dwayne Lyon, Kinnick, tech. Josh Peche, 10-0; 215 — Kent Jenista, Kinnick, pin. Chase Funk, 1:35; Heavyweight — Marc Domery, Kinnick, by walkover.E.J. King 33, Matthew C. Perry 30 Saturday at Sasebo Naval Base101 — A. McKenzie, EJK, by walkover; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Not contested; 122 — B. Williams, MCP, by walkover; 129 — T. Jones, EJK, by walkover; 135 — H. Greulich, MCP, by walkover; 141 — E. Senegar, EJK, def. D. Ernst, 6-4; 148 — L. Lumabas, EJK, pin. J. Dale, 1:52; 158 — L. Billups, MCP, pin. J. Yandoc, 1:00; 168 — A. Adkins, EJK, pin. J. Hinds, :24; 180 — W. Dearinge, MCP, by walkover; 215 — C. Marshall, MCP, pin. E. Rozzell, 1:34; Heavyweight — W. Miller, EJK, by walkover.Perry 33, King 30 Saturday at Sasebo Naval Base101 — McKenzie by walkover; 108 — Not contested; 115 — Not contested; 122 — Williams by walkover; 129 — Jones by walkover; 135 — Greulich by walkover; 141 — Ernst def. Senegar 4-1; 148 — Lumabas pin. Dale; 158 — Billups pin. Yandoc; 168 — Adkins pin. Hinds; 180 — Dearinge by walkover; 215 — Marshall pin. Rozzell; Heavyweight — Miller by walkover.

Basketball Boys South KoreaHumphreys 67, Seoul American 41 Saturday at Camp HumphreysFalcons 6 13 11 11 — 41Blackhawks 11 19 23 14 — 67Scoring — Blackhawks: Tyrell Alexander 27, Jalen Hill 14, Da’Shun Cline 10, Nate Hellams 10; Falcons: Quintin Metcalf 13, DeAndre Metcalf 13. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Hill 11; Falcons: Q. Metcalf 10, D. Metcalf 7, Donovan Scott 6. Blocked shots — Blackhawks: Hellams 3. Noteworthy — Biggest margin of victory for Blackhawks over Falcons in Humphreys’ four-year school history.Osan 61, Daegu 30 Saturday at Osan Air BaseWarriors 10 10 6 4 — 30Cougars 14 22 14 11 — 61Scoring — Cougars: Justin Maglalang 14, Darius Dawson 10; Warriors: Bishop Fields 9. Rebounding — Cougars: Dawson 17, Sung DeAngelo 10, Eddie Guzman 6.

OkinawaKadena 88, Okinawa Christian 70 Saturday at Kadena Air BaseCrusaders 21 9 17 23 — 70Panthers 13 28 22 25 — 88Scoring — Panthers: Justin Wilson 29, K.J. Caver 16, Eugene Robinson 10.

JapanYokota 64, Robert D. Edgren 42 Saturday at Misawa Air BasePanthers 11 10 23 20 — 64Eagles 7 13 13 9 — 42Scoring — Panthers: Renyck Robertson 22, Hunter Cort 21; Eagles: Jun Doria 28. Rebounding — Panthers: Cort 13, Robertson 7. Assists — Panthers: Cort 8.Zama 62, Christian Academy Japan 57 Saturday at Camp ZamaKnights 11 11 15 20 — 57Trojans 12 18 13 19 — 62Scoring — Trojans: Hikari Nakamura 16, Rafael Labrador 14, Donnie McNeal 14. Rebounding — Trojans: McNeal 9, Joshua Atkinson 8. Assists — Trojans: Steven Turley 6, Labrador 5.King 62, Kinnick 47 Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniRed Devils 5 12 12 18 — 47Cobras 19 14 14 15 — 62Scoring — Cobras: Dyson Robinson 19, Devin Robinson 16, Seth Hudson 12, Gemmar Caasi 10; Red Devils: Jacob Germany 16, Davion Roberts 11. Noteworthy — Cobras completed four-game sweep of the weekend, improved to 9-0, their best start to a season in 17 years.Kinnick 58, Perry 30 Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniRed Devils 24 13 20 1 — 58Samurai 12 8 8 2 — 30Scoring — Red Devils: Germany 21, Kedrick Stockman 14, Roberts 12; Samurai: Garrett Macias 15. Rebounding — Red Devils: Henderson 8, Boyer 6; Samurai: Macias 6.

Girls South KoreaHumphreys 40, Seoul American 37 Saturday at Camp HumphreysBlackhawks 7 13 10 10 — 40Falcons 13 11 4 9 — 37Scoring — Blackhawks Sydney Wilson 20, Jaedyn Jones 11; Falcons: Alysa Neal 16. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Wilson 12, Jones 6. Steals — Blackhawks: Wilson 5; Falcons: Neal 7. Blocked shots — Blackhawks: Wilson 3. Noteworthy — First win for Blackhawks girls over Falcons in Humphreys’ four-year school history.Osan 39, Daegu 6 Saturday at Osan Air BaseWarriors 2 0 2 2 — 6Cougars 8 6 19 6 — 39Scoring — Cougars: Natalya Shaw 11.

JapanYokota 50, Edgren 40 Saturday at Misawa Air BasePanthers 5 17 14 14 — 50Eagles 7 11 14 8 — 40 Scoring — Panthers: Britney Bailey 17, Jamia Bailey 12; Eagles: Coko Magby 14, Karen Anastos 12, Ja’la Wade 10. Rebounding — Panthers: B.Bailey 17; Eagles: Magby 9, Wade 7, Anastos 5. Assists — Panthers: J.Bailey 9. Steals — Panthers: J.Bailey 6.Kinnick 43, King 10 Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniRed Devils 10 11 14 8 — 43Cobras 2 0 3 5 — 10Scoring — Red Devils: Dallas Carter 10, Kailee Rucker 10. Rebounding — Red Devils: Rucker 10Kinnick 45, Perry 16 Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station IwakuniRed Devils 5 11 20 9 — 45Samurai 0 5 9 2 — 16Scoring — Red Devils: Venus Hill 16, Carter 14, Rucker 11; Samurai: Asia Walker 5, Sakura Fleming 5. Rebounding — Red Devils: Carter 10. Assists — Red Devils: Rucker 5.

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