Pacific high school baseball Fine Five
Published: April 29, 2012
American School In Japan remains the team to beat, but since the Mustangs weren’t invited to Far East, no way for them to prove it on the Pacific stage. No matter what happens at Far East, they’ll always say: “Well, if ASIJ had been there,” etc.
1, American School In Japan. We’ll see the Mustangs come 2013.
2, Kubasaki, Okinawa. Now stands in line for its second Far East Division I tournament title in three years.
3, Nile C. Kinnick, Japan. Ross & Ross remain on fire; Red Devils leapfrog Edgren after three-game weekend sweep.
4, Robert D. Edgren, Japan. Still the best of the Division II lot; Eagles hadn’t lost since first weekend of season when Kinnick came to town.
5, Kadena, Okinawa. Baseball’s version of team waiting in the wings for one of the big dogs to falter.
Team on the edge: Seoul American. Falcons and Panthers will join Dragons, Red Devils in D-I Final Four.