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Daegu's Bethani Newbold drives against Osan American's Maja Inthavixay around a pick set by teammate DaiJa Turner during Tuesday's girls basketball game. The Warriors won 38-21, snapping a 30-game losing streak spanning two seasons; their last win was on Feb. 18, 2015, a 50-30 victory over E.J. King in the Far East Division II Tournament's ninth-place game.

Daegu's Bethani Newbold drives against Osan American's Maja Inthavixay around a pick set by teammate DaiJa Turner during Tuesday's girls basketball game. The Warriors won 38-21, snapping a 30-game losing streak spanning two seasons; their last win was on Feb. 18, 2015, a 50-30 victory over E.J. King in the Far East Division II Tournament's ninth-place game. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Bethani Newbold drives against Osan American's Maja Inthavixay around a pick set by teammate DaiJa Turner during Tuesday's girls basketball game. The Warriors won 38-21, snapping a 30-game losing streak spanning two seasons; their last win was on Feb. 18, 2015, a 50-30 victory over E.J. King in the Far East Division II Tournament's ninth-place game.

Daegu's Bethani Newbold drives against Osan American's Maja Inthavixay around a pick set by teammate DaiJa Turner during Tuesday's girls basketball game. The Warriors won 38-21, snapping a 30-game losing streak spanning two seasons; their last win was on Feb. 18, 2015, a 50-30 victory over E.J. King in the Far East Division II Tournament's ninth-place game. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Osan American's Vinnie Wengert has her path to the basket cut off by Daegu's DaiJa Turner during Tuesday's girls basketball game. The Warriors won 38-21, snapping a 30-game losing streak spanning the last two seasons; their last win was on Feb. 18, 2015, a 50-30 win over E.J. King in the Far East Division II Tournament's ninth-place game.

Osan American's Vinnie Wengert has her path to the basket cut off by Daegu's DaiJa Turner during Tuesday's girls basketball game. The Warriors won 38-21, snapping a 30-game losing streak spanning the last two seasons; their last win was on Feb. 18, 2015, a 50-30 win over E.J. King in the Far East Division II Tournament's ninth-place game. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Elijah Bembischew pulls down a rebound next to Osan American's Cameron Jones during Tuesday's boys basketball game. The Warriors won 58-50.

Daegu's Elijah Bembischew pulls down a rebound next to Osan American's Cameron Jones during Tuesday's boys basketball game. The Warriors won 58-50. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Bishop Fields drives past Osan American's Carson Nugent during Tuesday's boys basketball game. The Warriors won 58-50.

Daegu's Bishop Fields drives past Osan American's Carson Nugent during Tuesday's boys basketball game. The Warriors won 58-50. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Daegu's Ethan Rodriguez dribbles upcourt ahead of Osan American's Leandro Legaspi and Daniel Jameson during Tuesday's boys basketball game. The Warriors won 58-50.

Daegu's Ethan Rodriguez dribbles upcourt ahead of Osan American's Leandro Legaspi and Daniel Jameson during Tuesday's boys basketball game. The Warriors won 58-50. (Mary Sarantakes/Special to Stars and Stripes)

The Kadena Panthers mascot strikes a pose before Tuesday's basketball games at Kubasaki. The Panthers boys and girls won 50-35 and 39-13.

The Kadena Panthers mascot strikes a pose before Tuesday's basketball games at Kubasaki. The Panthers boys and girls won 50-35 and 39-13. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Alexis Erp and Kubasaki's Ari Gieseck reach for the ball during Tuesday's girls basketball game. The Panthers won 39-13.

Kadena's Alexis Erp and Kubasaki's Ari Gieseck reach for the ball during Tuesday's girls basketball game. The Panthers won 39-13. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Atiria Simms pulls down a rebound against Kubasaki's Allison Hanson during Tuesday's girls basketball game. The Panthers won 39-13.

Kadena's Atiria Simms pulls down a rebound against Kubasaki's Allison Hanson during Tuesday's girls basketball game. The Panthers won 39-13. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Isabel Tayag shoots against Kubasaki's Hailey Hansen during Tuesday's girls basketball game. The Panthers won 39-13.

Kadena's Isabel Tayag shoots against Kubasaki's Hailey Hansen during Tuesday's girls basketball game. The Panthers won 39-13. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Isabel Tayag blocks a shot by Kubasaki's Ceara King during Tuesday's girls basketball game. The Panthers won 39-13.

Kadena's Isabel Tayag blocks a shot by Kubasaki's Ceara King during Tuesday's girls basketball game. The Panthers won 39-13. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Elonzo Higginson III shoots against Kadena's Anthony Laney and Eric McCarter during Tuesday's boys basketball game. The Panthers won 50-35.

Kubasaki's Elonzo Higginson III shoots against Kadena's Anthony Laney and Eric McCarter during Tuesday's boys basketball game. The Panthers won 50-35. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Jhean Natividad drives against Kadena to the basketball during Tuesday's boys basketball game. The Panthers won 50-35.

Kubasaki's Jhean Natividad drives against Kadena to the basketball during Tuesday's boys basketball game. The Panthers won 50-35. (Dave Ornauer/Stars and Stripes)

Zama American's Jaleen Carroll shoots over two Yokota defenders during Tuesday's boys basketball game. The Panthers won 50-35.

Zama American's Jaleen Carroll shoots over two Yokota defenders during Tuesday's boys basketball game. The Panthers won 50-35. (Theresa Ames/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Yokota's Kishaun Kimble-Brooks drives for a shot between two Zama American defenders during Tuesday's boys basketball game. The Panthers won 50-35.

Yokota's Kishaun Kimble-Brooks drives for a shot between two Zama American defenders during Tuesday's boys basketball game. The Panthers won 50-35. (Theresa Ames/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Zama American's Hikari Nakamura drives past Yokota's Isaiah Shinnery during Tuesday's boys basketball game. The Panthers won 50-35.

Zama American's Hikari Nakamura drives past Yokota's Isaiah Shinnery during Tuesday's boys basketball game. The Panthers won 50-35. (Theresa Ames/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Wrestling

Japan

Nile C. Kinnick 29, St. Mary’s International 26 Wednesday at Yokosuka Naval Base 101—Jong Pyeong Lee, St. Mary’s, tech. John Lanzilotta; 108—Eiji Kasahara, St. Mary’s, tech. Jabari Hazelwood; 115—Harold Mancia, St. Mary’s, tech. Jefre Anceo; 122—Tatsuhito Matsumoto, St. Mary’s, pin. Jordan Smith, 1:20; 129—Lucas Wirth, Kinnick, dec. Rio Lemkuil; 135—Devoney Stanley, Kinnick, tech. Dai Matsumoto; 141—Mason Smith, Kinnick, tech. Nishant Chanda; 148—Jacob Castro, Kinnick, tech. JiHoon Seo; 158—Darius Swenson, Kinnick, tech. Ryo Sawa; 168—Austin Koslow, St. Mary’s, tech. Kameron Leon Guerrero; 180—Alex Patton, St. Mary’s, pin. Tyler Ryer, 3:50; 215—Chris Mason, Kinnick, pin. Nilay Hingarh, 2:35; Heavyweight—Jacob Loffreda, Kinnick, by walkover.

Boys basketball

South Korea

Daegu 58, Osan American 50 Tuesday at Camp Walker Cougars 7 13 12 18—50 Warriors 23 11 6 18—58 Scoring—Warriors: Cody Cantrell 16, Bishop Fields 14; Cougars: Gabriel Rouse 11, Daniel Jamerson 10. Rebounding—Cougars: Rouse 9, Jamerson 9.

Okinawa

Kadena 50, Kubasaki 35 Tuesday at Camp Foster Panthers 5 18 9 18—50 Dragons 6 8 9 12—35 Scoring—Panthers: Montez Young Jr. 10, Casey Cox 10; Dragons: Elonzo Higginson III 10.

Japan

Nile C. Kinnick 69, Christian Academy Japan 26 Tuesday at Yokosuka Naval Base Knights 8 9 2 6—26 Red Devils 18 25 16 10—69 Scoring—Red Devils: Rashad Rapada 14, Gage Henderson 11, Kedrick Stockman 10, Aaron Peterson 10. Rebounding—Red Devils: Vincent Boyer 10.

Yokota 50, Zama American 35 Tuesday at Camp Zama Panthers 14 12 8 16—50 Trojans 8 6 7 14—35 Scoring—Panthers: Renyck Robertson 21, Riley DeMarco 11; Trojans: Jeremiah Stewart 20.

Girls basketball

South Korea

Daegu 38, Osan American 21 Tuesday at Camp Walker Cougars 5 2 4 10—21 Warriors 7 12 10 9—38 Scoring—Warriors: Bethani Newbold 18, DaiJa Turner 18; Cougars: Lizzy White 10. Rebounding—Warriors: Turner 13. Noteworthy—First win for Warriors since their 50-30 victory over E.J. King on Feb. 18, 2015, in the ninth-place game of the Far East Division II Tournament; snaps a 30-game losing streak for the Warriors over the last two seasons.

Okinawa

Kadena 39, Kubasaki 13 Tuesday at Camp Foster Panthers 14 13 8 4—39 Dragons 2 2 3 6—13 Scoring—Panthers: Isabel Tayag 11; Dragons: Ceara King 6.

Guam

George Washington 40, Guam High 29 Tuesday at Mangilao Panthers 4 6 9 10—29 Geckos 4 12 11 13—40 Scoring—Panthers: Ariah Cruz 10. Rebounding—Panthers: Malia Wilson 17, Cruz 12, Alexia Brown 5.

Japan

Yokota 41, Nile C. Kinnick 27 Wednesday at Yokosuka Naval Base Panthers 11 11 8 11—41 Red Devils 4 11 1 11—27 Scoring—Panthers: Britney Bailey 16, Jamia Bailey 15; Red Devils: Dallas Carter 10.

Nile C. Kinnick 45, International School of the Sacred Heart 25 Tuesday at Tokyo Red Devils 12 15 10 8—45 Symbas 8 7 5 5—25 Scoring—Red Devils: Teddy Bates 12, Carter 11, Annalicia Santos 10; Symbas: Annabelle Hill 9. Rebounding—Red Devils: Carter 12, Bates 7.

Yokota 32, Zama American 15 Tuesday at Yokota Air Base Trojans 2 2 6 5—15 Panthers 13 6 3 10—32 Scoring—Panthers: B. Bailey 11, J. Bailey 10; Trojans: Kirari Nakamura 6. Rebounding—Panthers: B. Bailey 11; Trojans: Jessica Atkinson 7, Armelia Baldwin 6. Steals—Panthers: J. Bailey 10. Assists—Panthers: J. Bailey 5.

Christian Academy Japan 37, Seisen International 33 Tuesday at Tokyo Phoenix 5 4 12 12—33 Knights 13 6 8 10—37 Scoring—Phoenix: Amanda Wood 15. Rebounding—Phoenix: Wood 12, Kanon Ishibashi 5. Blocked shots—Phoenix: Wood 4.

Christian Academy Japan 55, International School of the Sacred Heart 13 Monday at Tokyo Knights 21 11 16 7—55 Symbas 3 2 4 4—13 Scoring—Knights: Erika McLain 13, Rachel Nelson 10. Rebounding—Knights: Julia Fleming 13.

Boys soccer

Guam Okkodo 0, Guam High 0 Wednesday at Dededo Saves—Panthers: Phan Tan 8.

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