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Posted: Saturday, August 21, 2010 12:00 am

Who Lap and Yee Wong, of Lodi.

The Trip: A 16-day cruise to Southeast Asia.The Diamond Princess set sail from Laem Chabang, Bangkok.

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With a hard-fought battle Wednesday, the Lodi boys basketball team is back at .500.

It was all the Flames (4-4) could do in Stockton to hold off the Vikings 58-50 behind Brody Nutting’s 15 points with lead guard Jared Wall still sidelined with a hand injury. Wall’s expected to be back for Friday’s game at 7 p.m. at home against Fremont.

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Lodi 53, Edison 43

Raess Khan had 13 points and Jordan VanNess added nine to lead the Flames.

John Durham and Nathan Foster had seven apiece and Victor Alejandrez had six.

Jake Yarbrough netted five, Nick Padilla had four and John Rowlands added two.

Tokay 55, Bear Creek 51

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Lodi 43, Edison 31

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