Week 2 grid honors
Robert D. Edgren – Louis Murphy 67 yards, TD, 7 carries; 53 yards, 5 catches; 17 tackles, forced fumble, fumble recovery. Tristan Jefferson 11-for-28, 173 yards, 2 touchdowns.
Nile C. Kinnick – Quinton Holden 132 yards, TD, 14 carries; 89-yard kick-return touchdown; interception. Dustin Wilson 2 rushing touchdowns, 2-point conversion, 3 extra-point kicks. Marcus Boatwright 11 tackles, fumble recovery. Dakota Rogers 9 tackles, sack.
Yokota – Raymond Butler 143 yards, touchdown, 7 carries. Morgan Breazell 105 yards, touchdown, 6 carries; 9-yard kick return. Stanley Speed 2 rushing touchdowns, fumble recovery, interception; 25-yard kick return. Ke’Ondre Davis 4 sacks.
Kadena – Justin Sego 79 yards, 2 touchdowns, 13 carries; interception. Joey Dyer 125 yards, 2 touchdowns, 3 catches; 8 yards, 2 carries; 7-yard kick return. Maverick Giron 2-for-3, 111 yards, touchdown. David Padilla 2 interceptions.
Daegu High – Steven Robinet 7-for-12, 88 yards, touchdown.
Kubasaki – Jarrett Mitchell 232 yards, 2 touchdowns, 13 carries. Tyler Smith 5-for-11, 41 yards, 3 touchdowns. Chris Schehl 2 sacks.
Guam High – L.J. Aguon 8-for-15, 134 yards, touchdown; 25 yards, 7 carries. Damian Dimmick 10 tackles; 62 yards, 7 carries. Brandon Saville 11 tackles. Tegan Brown 11 tackles. Cabe Robit 10 tackles. Juwan Jacobs interception, pass breakup to halt Simon Sanchez drives.
Week 3 outlook
Yokota at American School In Japan, 7 p.m. – Mustang Valley has been a house of horrors for the Panthers, who’ve lost three straight on ASIJ’s home turf. That should end this time around. … Panthers 18, Mustangs 14.
Simon Sanchez at Okkodo, 7 p.m. – The Sharks could have an awful lot to say about who wins the Interscholastic Football League before it’s all said and done. … Sharks 16, Bulldogs 9.
Osan American at Robert D. Edgren, 1 p.m. – This one’s shaping up to be a preview of the Far East Division II championship game on Nov. 10. The question is, where will it be played? … Eagles 19, Cougars 18.
Nile C. Kinnick vs. Kadena at Mike Petty Stadium, Kubasaki High School, Camp Foster, Okinawa, 2 p.m. – Can Kinnick’s Cardiac Kids pull off another comeback? These Panthers are a different beast than this Red Devil of a team is accustomed to seeing. … Panthers 20, Red Devils 13.
Kubasaki at Seoul American, 6 p.m. – Looks as if Okinawa’s teams will get the early jump on Far East Division I title-game berth dibs, if Jarrett Mitchell and the Dragons have anything to say about it. … Dragons 21, Falcons 7.
Daegu High at Zama American, 6 p.m. – First regular-season showdown between teams that have battled for the last three D-II titles; might not be a championship-game preview this time around. … Warriors 11, Trojans 10.
Father Duenas Memorial at John F. Kennedy, 7 p.m. – Friars hoping they can somehow leapfrog the teams that have won the last two IFL title games down the line. … Friars 14, Islanders 6.
George Washington at Guam High, 7 p.m. – Panthers have high hopes for a return to the IFL title podium; Geckos promptly reply, “Not so fast, my friends.” – Geckos 19, Panthers 16.
Last week – 7-0, 1.000.
Season – 12-1, .923.