Pacific high school basketball ratings, post MLK tournament edition

Note: This post has been edited to correct win-loss records 6 p.m. 1/22/2013.

1, American School In Japan (8-1).
2, Faith Academy, Philippines (18-1).
3, Nile C. Kinnick, Japan (12-6).
4, Kadena, Okinawa (9-5).
5, Kubasaki, Okinawa (10-7).
6, Yokota, Japan (15-4).
7, Seoul American (11-7).
(tie), Zama American, Japan (9-3).
9, Daegu High, South Korea (9-5).
10, Christian Academy Japan (9-5).
Dropped out: Matthew C. Perry.

1, American School In Japan (11-0).
2, Nile C. Kinnick, Japan (11-1).
3, Kadena, Okinawa (11-3).
4, Morrison Academy, Taiwan (7-3).
5, Seoul American (7-2).
6, Southern, Guam (season complete).
7, Daegu High, South Korea (7-2).
8, Academy of Our Lady of Guam (season complete).
9, E.J. King, Japan (7-4).
10, Seisen International, Japan (5-3).

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