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DAY 3: FAR EAST BASKETBALL

Double-elimination playoffs
(Teams are eliminated from title consideration after two losses, but play on for lesser placement)

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Division I

(At Camp Foster and Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, Okinawa)
Game 26—George Washington 73, Nile C. Kinnick 69 (Blas 31 pts)
Game 27—Christian Academy Japan 31, St. Mary’s 24
Game 28—Kadena 59, Kubasaki 57, Kubasaki eliminated
Game 29—Yokota 61, Faith Academy 55
Game 30— CAJ 57, Guam High 49
Game 31—Okkodo 50, GW 42 (Blaz 14 pts)
Game 32—American School in Japan 57, Father Duenas 46 (Baza 18 pts)
Game 33—John F. Kennedy 56, Southern 53, loser finishes 15th. (Belger 19 pts)
Game 34—Kadena 69, Yokota 66 (2OT), Yokota finishes fourth

Division II

(At Camp Zama, Japan)
Game 22—Osan American 65, St. Maur International 55
Game 23—Daegu 65, E.J. King 54
Game 24—Yongsan International-Seoul 57, Robert D. Edgren 50, Edgren eliminated
Game 25—Okinawa Christian International 91, Zion Christian Academy 77, seventh and eighth place
Game 26—Morrison Christian Academy 59, Matthew C. Perry 47, fifth and sixth place
Game 27—St. Paul Christian 54, Yongsan International-Seoul 42 (Carino 18 pts, San Andres 14 pts)

Championship
Zama American 28, St. Paul Christian 25 (Aquino 9 pts. Carino and San Andres named to All-Tournament team; Carino named D-II MVP)

Girls

Division I

(At Yokota Air Base, Japan)
Game 26—Yokota 51, Okkodo 33 ( Borja 13 pts)
Game 27—Christian Academy Japan 32, Notre Dame 30
Game 28—Kadena 64, Seoul American 33
Game 29—Southern 44, Academy 41 (Surber makes a three-point play in closing seconds to win it. Talledo 15 pts. Duenas 12 pts)
Game 30—John F. Kennedy 32, CAJ 30 ( Royster 10 pts)
Game 31—Kubasaki 32, Yokota 25
Game 32—Kinnick 34, ASIJ 27
Game 33—Guam High 55, Seisen 45, loser finishes 15th.
Game 34—Kadena 67, Southern 39, loser finishes fourth (Talledo 11 pts, Flores 10 pts)

 Division II

(At Misawa Air Base, Japan)
Game C—Robert D. Edgren 53, St. Paul Christian 41 (Warriors finish sixth. Pangilinan 19, Yeban 14; both named to All-Tournament team.
Game 17—E.J. King 32, Zama American 26

Championship
Morrison Christian Academy 67, E.J. King 50

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