Pacific high school soccer ratings, post-Okinawa district finals, pre-Yokota-ASIJ girls edition

Precious little movement up and down in the ratings, now that the Okinawa district titles have been settled. There could be some major movement in advance of Far East depending on what happens Thursday when Yokota visits ASIJ’s Mustang Valley.

1, Christian Academy Japan (6-0-1).
2, Kadena, Okinawa (10-4-4).
3, Seoul American (11-1-4).
4, Matthew C. Perry, Japan (20-6-3)
5, Zama American, Japan (13-6-0)
6, Nile C. Kinnick, Japan (14-6-3)
7, Taejon Christian International, South Korea (11-6-2)
8, Yongsan International-Seoul (8-4-4)
9, Seoul Foreign (11-8-3)
10, Kubasaki, Okinawa (7-7-4)
1, American School In Japan (10-0-1)
2, Nile C. Kinnick, Japan (18-1-1)
3, Seoul Foreign (16-1-2)
4, Yokota, Japan (13-1-3)
5, Kubasaki, Okinawa (4-3-2)
6, Osan American, South Korea (8-3-1)
7, Southern, Guam, (7-3-0)
8, Seoul American (6-4-2)
9, Kadena, Okinawa (5-4-3)
10, Matthew C. Perry, Japan (12-7-0)

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