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Stripes Pacific high school football forecast, Week 3; Week 2 grid honors

Week 3 outlook

Friday

Japan
Zama American at American School In Japan
, 6 p.m. – After their 21-20 six-game losing streak-snapping win over Yokota last week, and holding a two-touchdown lead the previous week at Kinnick, can the Trojans do it again? Mustangs might have something to say about it. … Mustangs 17, Trojans 15.
Yokota at Nile C. Kinnick, 7 p.m. – Try these numbers: 28 straight losses, 14-plus seasons, 5,439 days. Oct. 16, 1998. Red Devils 28, Panthers 0. All things must come to an end. … Red Devils 16, Panthers 13.

Guam
Guam High at Okkodo
, 7 p.m. – Panthers are playing with motivation and purpose in the early going, and they keep it going here. … Panthers 20, Bulldogs 7.
Father Duenas Memorial at George Washington, 7 p.m. – Only other game in town this week; Southern, still awaiting enough equipment to put its team on the field, will forfeit to defending league champion Simon Sanchez. This will be a battle of two of the island’s grand gridiron powers. … Geckos 21, Friars 19.

Saturday

Kadena at Seoul American
, 2 p.m. – Sims Field has been a house of horrors for the Panthers over the years (see 2006, 2008 Division I football title games). This should be a pitched battle featuring the dazzling running of Kadena’s Justin Sego vs. Seoul American’s John Stoll and Max Weekley. … Falcons 14, Panthers 13.
Kubasaki at Daegu, 6 p.m. – Too many weapons for the Dragons in this inter-district, inter-division matchup. An excellent gauge for the Warriors to see where they stand, as was last Friday’s close loss at Seoul American. … Dragons 19, Warriors 15.

Last week – 4-2, .667.
Season – 8-3, .727.

Week 2 grid honors

Zama American – Chris Reynolds 124 yards, touchdown, 26 carries. Raymond Bestor 29-yard game-winning halfback option TD pass to Gabriel Brumage. Kevin Groce blocked extra-point try that helped Trojans prevail.
Yokota – J.J. Henderson 112 yards, 2 touchdowns, 17 carries; 46 yards, 3 returns; interception. Marcus Henagan 23-yard TD pass; interception. Nick Peterson 52 yards, 8 carries; 16 yards, return.
Nile C. Kinnick – Dre Paylor 218 yards, 3 touchdowns, 27 carries. Dustin Wilson 29 yards, touchdown, 11 carries; 10-for-15, 160 yards, touchdown. Greg Bacon 80 yards, five catches. Marcel Daniels 42 yards, touchdown, 3 catches.
Guam High – Lorden Aguon 9-for-16, 191 yards, 2 touchdowns; 30 yards, touchdown, 4 carries. Terry Geller 108 yards, 4 catches. Juwan Jacobs 48 yards, touchdown, 3 catches. Lewis Harris game-changing interception. Austy Hines 85 yards, 5 catches. Tegan Brown 54 yards, 15 carries; 10 tackles.
Daegu – Caleb Page 71 yards, 19 carries; 28 yards, 2 catches. Chris Walker blocked field-goal try. David Cooper 4-for-11, 55 yards; 46 yards, touchdown, 13 carries.
Seoul American – Max Weekley 104 yards, touchdown, 5 carries; 36 yards, catch. John Stoll 43 yards, touchdown, 10 carries. Desmond Patton 2 interceptions. Greg Ayres 2 interceptions.
Kadena – Justin Sego 156 yards, 20 carries; 43 yards, return. Barry Mitchell 34 yards, touchdown, 5 carries. D.J. Padilla 12 tackles.
Kubasaki – Joe Cervantes 10-for-18, 157 yards, touchdown. Winston Maxwell 72 yards, 9 carries; 82 yards, touchdown, 4 catches. Tyshon Butler 76 yards, game-winning touchdown, 12 carries. Kareen Key 57 yards, 3 catches. Jarrett Mitchell 67 yards, 14 carries.

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Stars and Stripes reporter Dave Ornauer talks about the Pacific sports scene on AFN Radio. (Click on right arrow to play file.)

 

Oct. 17: The Nile C. Kinnick football team can ensure its fans have good seats for the Far East Division I final with a win over Kadena on Saturday.

Oct. 3: Dave Ornauer talks about the weekend's key football matchups, including Matthew C. Perry at American School In Japan.

Sept. 12: Dave Ornauer highlights Nile C. Kinnick's win over Zama, 30-0, during high school football last week, discusses other games throughout the Pacific.