Pacific high school football Week 1 grid honors, Week 2 outlook
Published: August 29, 2012
Week 1 grid honors
Guam High – Lorden Aguon 17-for-25, 205 yards, 4 touchdowns. Marcus Domingo 105 yards, 2 touchdowns, 9 catches. Juwan Jacobs 47-yard interception-return touchown. Tegan Brown 10 tackles.
Daegu High – Caleb Page 8-for-15, 145 yards, touchdown. Caleb Gosserand 87 yards, 7 catches; 20-yard touchdown pass.
Seoul American – Ronald Dogan 2 touchdown runs.
Nile C. Kinnick – Dustin Wilson touchdown run, touchdown pass. Marcus Boatwright touchdown run, 14 tackles, 2 for losses, 2 sacks, forced fumble, recovered fumble. Dakota Rogers 10 tackles, sack.
Zama American – Andre Encarnacion 97 yards, touchdown, 18 carries.
Yokota – Morgan Breazell 184 yards, 3 touchdowns, 17 carries; 83 yards, 2 returns. Raymond Butler 138 yards, 2 touchdowns, 8 carries; 28 yards, 1 return; 10 tackles. Stanley Speed 117 yards, touchdown, 6 carries.
Robert D. Edgren – Khalil Williams 155 yards, touchdown, 4 returns; 31 yards, 1 touchdown, 4 catches; 16 yards, 3 carries. Tristan Jefferson 13-for-27, 104 yards, 2 touchdowns.
Week 2 outlook
Zama American at Yokota, 7 p.m. – Host Panthers continue tuning up before Division I title-game berth chase begins at mid-month. Trojans must learn to finish what they start if they’re to be successful. … Panthers 24, Trojans 7.
Robert D. Edgren at Nile C. Kinnick, 7 p.m. – Question being, which team can shut down the opponent’s most dangerous weapons, Kinnick’s Marcus Boatwright, Quinton Holden and Dustin Wilson or Edgren’s Khalil Williams and Tristan Jefferson? … Red Devils 20, Eagles 12.
John F. Kennedy at Okkodo, 7 p.m. – In a league where the haves and have-nots are clear cut, these two will battle with Southern to see who stays out of the basement. … Bulldogs 10, Islanders 8.
Daegu High at Kubasaki, noon – Interarea Korea vs. Okinawa clashes get underway after a week’s delay. Should be interesting to see who’s more game-ready, Jarrett Mitchell and the Dragons or Caleb Page and the Warriors. … Dragons 16, Warriors 14.
Seoul American vs. Kadena at Camp Foster, Okinawa, 3 p.m. – Youngish Falcons came from behind to win at Daegu High last Saturday; even with a game under their belts, Falcons will find Kadena’s “Fantastic Four” backfield a bit too much. … Panthers 17, Falcons 9.
Guam High vs. Simon Sanchez at Okkodo High School, 7 p.m. – Now that the question of whether Lorden Aguon, Marcus Domingo are an A-list passing combo has been resolved, it’s on to devouring the Sharks of the north. … Panthers 21, Sharks 8.
Southern at George Washington, 7 p.m. – Last team to debut its season on Guam continues to show why it’s first in war, first in peace, first in the Interscholastic Football League. … Geckos 25, Dolphins 6.
Last week, season – 5-1, .833.