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Kubasaki's Skylor Stevens skies for a rebound against Kadena during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Dragons 67-59.

Kubasaki's Skylor Stevens skies for a rebound against Kadena during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Dragons 67-59. (Courtney Kait/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Skylor Stevens skies for a rebound against Kadena during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Dragons 67-59.

Kubasaki's Skylor Stevens skies for a rebound against Kadena during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Dragons 67-59. (Courtney Kait/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Linda Vaughan shoots over the outstretched arm of Kubasaki's Chloe' Stevens during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Panthers 61-31.

Kadena's Linda Vaughan shoots over the outstretched arm of Kubasaki's Chloe' Stevens during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Panthers 61-31. (Courtney Kait/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Joone Abaya dribbles against Osan's Miguel Villarreal during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 42-40.

Daegu's Joone Abaya dribbles against Osan's Miguel Villarreal during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 42-40. (Laura Lee/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Joone Abaya shoots against Osan defenders Matthew Burbee and Darius Dawson during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 42-40.

Daegu's Joone Abaya shoots against Osan defenders Matthew Burbee and Darius Dawson during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 42-40. (Jinna Yu/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's DeAndre Rosalie dribbles against Osan's Sung DeAngelo during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 42-40.

Daegu's DeAndre Rosalie dribbles against Osan's Sung DeAngelo during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 42-40. (Jinna Yu/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Emanuel Borilla tries to dribble through Osan's Matthew Burbee and Justin Maglalang during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 42-40.

Daegu's Emanuel Borilla tries to dribble through Osan's Matthew Burbee and Justin Maglalang during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 42-40. (Jinna Yu/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Zama's Jazmine Diwa and Perry's Naomi Ziola scrape for the ball during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Trojans 43-24.

Zama's Jazmine Diwa and Perry's Naomi Ziola scrape for the ball during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Trojans 43-24. (Richard L. Rodgers/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Perry's Ebony Bates and Zama's Destiny Thomas battle for the ball during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Trojans 43-24.

Perry's Ebony Bates and Zama's Destiny Thomas battle for the ball during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Trojans 43-24. (Richard L. Rodgers/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Zama's Ti'Ara Carroll prepares to shoot against Perry's Ebony Bates during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Trojans 43-24.

Zama's Ti'Ara Carroll prepares to shoot against Perry's Ebony Bates during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Trojans 43-24. (Richard L. Rodgers/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Zama's Ti'Ara Carroll drives against Perry's Lebet Erhart during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Trojans 43-24.

Zama's Ti'Ara Carroll drives against Perry's Lebet Erhart during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Trojans 43-24. (Richard L. Rodgers/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Brianne McRae tries to dribble past Kubasaki's Alanne Stein during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Panthers 61-31.

Kadena's Brianne McRae tries to dribble past Kubasaki's Alanne Stein during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Panthers 61-31. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's DeAndre Rosalie skies for a shot against Osan's Matthew Burbee during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 42-40.

Daegu's DeAndre Rosalie skies for a shot against Osan's Matthew Burbee during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Warriors 42-40. (Laura Lee/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Justin Wilson had 21 points and seven rebounds in a losing cause as Kadena fell 67-59 to Kubasaki in Friday's game.

Justin Wilson had 21 points and seven rebounds in a losing cause as Kadena fell 67-59 to Kubasaki in Friday's game. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Jacob Green scored 19 points, second-high on the team for the evening, as Kubasaki won for the third time in three tries against Kadena this season, downing the Panthers 67-59.

Jacob Green scored 19 points, second-high on the team for the evening, as Kubasaki won for the third time in three tries against Kadena this season, downing the Panthers 67-59. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Rhamsey Wyche scored a game- and team-high 19 points for Kadena, which won its 14th straight season series from Kubasaki, beating the Dragons 61-31 in Friday's game.

Rhamsey Wyche scored a game- and team-high 19 points for Kadena, which won its 14th straight season series from Kubasaki, beating the Dragons 61-31 in Friday's game. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Robert D. Edgren's Coko Magby dribbles as Yokota's Caitlyn Rowan gives chase during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Panthers 57-33.

Robert D. Edgren's Coko Magby dribbles as Yokota's Caitlyn Rowan gives chase during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Panthers 57-33. (Caitlin Blount/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Kennady White drives against Kadena's Gracie Graham during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Panthers 61-31.

Kubasaki's Kennady White drives against Kadena's Gracie Graham during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Panthers 61-31. (Miranda Fino/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Chloe' Stevens works her way toward the basket against Kadena's Tiarrah Edwards during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Panthers 61-31.

Kubasaki's Chloe' Stevens works her way toward the basket against Kadena's Tiarrah Edwards during Friday's girls basketball game, won by the Panthers 61-31. (Miranda Fino/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Isaiah Johnson leaps for a shot against Kadena's Isaiah Richardson during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Dragons 67-59.

Kubasaki's Isaiah Johnson leaps for a shot against Kadena's Isaiah Richardson during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Dragons 67-59. (Miranda Fino/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Connor Howlett drives to the basket past Kadena's Devin Ross during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Dragons 67-59.

Kubasaki's Connor Howlett drives to the basket past Kadena's Devin Ross during Friday's boys basketball game, won by the Dragons 67-59. (Miranda Fino/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Basketball Boys South KoreaHumphreys 59, Seoul American 48 Friday at Camp HumphreysSAHS 15 9 10 14—48HHS 18 14 9 18—59Scoring — Blackhawks: Nate Hellams 15, Jaylin Barmer 14, Bashr Edmonds 13; Falcons: DeAndre Metcalf 17, Jezreel Harper 13. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Hellams 12; Falcons: Quentin Metcalf 10. Blocked shots — Blackhawks: Hellams 4. Noteworthy — Blackhawks’ first boys basketball win in their three-season history over Falcons.Daegu 42, Osan 40 Friday at Camp WalkerOsan 3 16 10 11 — 40Daegu 8 12 10 12 — 42Scoring — Warriors: DeAndre Rosalie 19, Joone Abaya 11; Cougars: Sung DeAngelo 15, Darius Dawson 12.

OkinawaKubasaki 67, Kadena 59 Friday at Kadena Air BaseKubasaki 21 18 15 13 — 67Kadena 14 12 19 14 — 59Scoring — Dragons: Matt Ashley 20, Jacob Green 19, Isaiah Johnson 11; Panthers: Justin Wilson 21, Isaiah Richardson 18, Jahron Mitchell 10. Rebounding — Panthers: Wilson 7, Richardson 7. Noteworthy — Dragons clinched season series with third win in three tries against Panthers. Ashley hit four three-point goals.

JapanYokota 63, Robert D. Edgren 54 Friday at Misawa Air BaseYokota 13 10 23 17 — 63Edgren 11 14 18 11 — 54Scoring — Panthers: Hunter Cort 21, Marcus Henagan 19, Shota Sprunger 12; Eagles: Shawn Robinson-Ortiz 21, Kamius White 15, Jun Doria 13. Rebounding — Eagles: Robinson-Ortiz 9, White 6, Michael Johnson 5.Matthew C. Perry 83, Zama 52 Friday at Camp ZamaMCP 19 14 17 23 — 83Zama 7 13 25 7 — 52Scoring — Samurai: Vincent Ermitano 17, Garrett Macias 16, Tyson Moore 15, Sidney Parks 12, Michael Perez 10; Trojans: Hikari Nakamura 17, Cameron Waters-Daniels 14.Nile C. Kinnick 63, E.J. King 48 Friday at Sasebo Naval BaseKinnick 18 4 23 18 — 63EJK 14 10 10 14 — 48Scoring — Red Devils: Tarik Deadmon 17, Jacob Germany 14; Cobras: Chad Hinmon 16, Dyson Robinson 11.

Girls South KoreaSeoul American 39, Humphreys 29 Friday at Camp Humphreys Quarter splits not available. Scoring — Falcons: Krista Bradley 13; Blackhawks: Sha’Nissa Rasun 11. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Rasun 11. Steals — Blackhawks: Ja’Asia Rasun 5, Sydney Wilson 5.

OkinawaKadena 61, Kubasaki 31 Friday at Kadena Air BaseKubasaki 10 4 4 13 — 31Kadena 3 15 21 22 — 61Scoring — Panthers: Rhamsey Wyche 19; Dragons: Chloe’ Stevens 15. Noteworthy — Panthers clinched 14th straight season series over Dragons, winning for the third time in three games against Kubasaki this season.

JapanYokota 57, Edgren 33 Friday at Misawa Air BaseYokota 25 18 6 8 — 57Edgren 2 13 8 10 — 33Scoring — Panthers: Jamia Bailey 19, Caitlyn Rowan 14, Kaliah Henderson 12; Eagles: Coko Magby 12. Rebounding — Panthers: Rowan 8; Eagles: Magby 10, Isabel Tayag 8, Christina Taylor 6, Karen Anaostas 5. Steals — Panthers: Bailey 7; Eagles: Magby 7. Assists — Panthers: Henderson 6.Zama 43, Perry 24 Friday at Camp ZamaMCP 6 2 10 6-24Zama 19 16 4 4 — 43Scoring — Trojans: Ti’Ara Carroll 18, Destiny Thomas 11; Samurai: Devin Shuman 10. Rebounding — Trojans: Thomas 8, Armelia Baldwin 6.Kinnick 48, King 16 Friday at Sasebo Naval BaseKinnick 10 14 19 5 — 48EJK 8 5 3 0 — 16Scoring — Red Devils: Jeanne Rosario 10. Rebounding — Red Devils: Erica Alexander 8, Dazyln Brown 7. Steals — Red Devils: Kailee Rucker 6.


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