Pacific high school basketball Top 10, post-semester exams edition
1. Seoul American (12-0). Within one win of completing perfect Korea regular season.
2. Yokota, Japan (10-0). Also closing in on unbeaten DODDS Japan, Kanto Plain season.
3. Faith Academy, Philippines (16-1). Will be at Far East D-I this year, counts No. 2 rated Philippines high-school team among its conquests.
4. Kubasaki, Okinawa (12-5). First Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament title since 2007.
5. Guam High (4-0). Flying start continues; only unbeaten team left on the island.
6. Kadena, Okinawa (13-10). Panthers came out of back-to-back tournament weekends looking solid.
7. John F. Kennedy, Guam (4-1). Not considered preseason among league’s elite, but off to great start.
8. Christian Academy Japan (3-1). Idle last week.
9. Daegu High, South Korea (9-7). Closing in on KAIAC Tournament’s No. 2 seed after two weekend wins.
10. Zama American, Japan (8-5). Starting to kick it into high gear after slow start.
Dropped out: Okkodo, Father Duenas Memorial, Simon Sanchez.
1. American School In Japan (10-2). As complete and tall a team as the Mustangs have ever fielded.
2. Kadena, Okinawa (8-8). Most losses to adult teams; pounded Kubasaki by 23 points in fourth matchup of season.
3. Daegu High, South Korea (10-5). Still a nose ahead of Seoul Foreign after a weekend of KAIAC upsets.
4. Seoul Foreign (14-4). Still has a shot at the No. 1 KAIAC tournament seed, but needs help.
5. Southern, Guam. Season complete.
6. Zama American, Japan (10-2). Inches upward after DODDS Japan weekend sweep at Sasebo.
7. Seisen International, Japan (8-2). Inches downward after a couple of close calls.
8. Seoul American (8-3). Big step forward after upset win over Seoul Foreign.
9. Nile C. Kinnick, Japan (8-3). A couple more wins for the growing Red Devils.
10. Kubasaki, Okinawa (5-9). Okinawa-American Friendship Tournament runner-up finish may prove to be Dragons’ breakout.
Dropped out: Notre Dame.