This season as a freshman, she won the Okinawa singles title on her way to a 12-1 record in multiple events. She’s earned the No. 4 seed in next month’s Far East Tournament.
The leading runner in the Pacific was diagnosed with a stress fracture of the lower right shin and was told by his doctor not to run until the end of November.
On a night filled with takeaways, Kubasaki’s Jacob Green made the most of his.
Justin Sego racked up 289 all-purpose yards Saturday and accounted for four touchdowns, while the defense held Pacific rushing leader Dre Paylor to 108 yards.
They’ve won four DODDS Korea titles and three Division II championships in Ken Walter’s eight seasons at Daegu football’s helm. But one thing the Warriors have found elusive is finishing a season unbeaten.
Going unbeaten in Kanto Plain play is always the goal for American School In Japan football, coach John Seevers says.
Junior quarterback Tyreke Slaughter threw for four touchdowns as Humphreys pulled even at 3-3 with a 34-0 shutout of winless Osan.
Defending DODDS Japan champion Nile C. Kinnick visits last year’s D-I runner-up Kadena, with kickoff at 3 p.m. Saturday at Kadena Air Base. In addition to showcasing the Pacific’s top two running backs, it behaves as a de facto playoff game.
Pain in his leg has Panthers junior distance runner – and Far East favorite – Daniel Galvin thinking his season might be over.
Sophomore Caeleb Ricafrente and freshman Zach Brown combined for 374 yards and four touchdowns and the Samurai held off Robert D. Edgren 33-25 on Saturday.
Lewis Harris caught 12 passes for 185 yards and recorded 16 tackles in his final game as a Panther, a 20-13 Interscholastic Football League quarterfinal loss at John F. Kennedy.
Brandon Rogers threw a 17-yard touchdown pass to Alex Dacus with 1 minute, 56 seconds left in the third quarter as the Mustangs rallied from a 9-7 deficit to down the Red Devils 15-9 on Friday at Mustang Valley.
While Yokota’s offensive yardage ended up a little thin, the Panthers’ scoring did not, thanks to the special-team skills of Shota Sprunger.
On a night when starters rested or played relatively few series, DeMarco Andrews made the most of few chances.
Dinged up wrist? Ankle sprain? Winston Maxwell shook off both like they were little more than a petty annoyance and helped keep Kubasaki’s hopes of defending their Far East Division I football title alive.
They’re hardly strangers to each other, having coached against each other in Europe in a game with Division II title implications.
It’s as exclusive a club as there is in Pacific high school football. There are two members: running backs who have held the region’s single-game rushing record and have posted 2,000-yard seasons.
Kubasaki showed it was doing anything but looking ahead Saturday, getting key special-teams plays from Preston Snyder and Marcus Lee to help the Dragons to a 47-0 shutout win at Seoul American.
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American School in Japan
Christian Academy in Japan
Robert D. Edgren
Nile C. Kinnick
Matthew C. Perry
2014 day-by-day fall sports schedules and results for:
DODDS Pacific schedules from previous years
Pacific Scoreboard: Oct. 22, 2014
08:11 October 22, 2014
Pacific Scoreboard: Oct. 21, 2014
07:48 October 21, 2014
Pacific Scoreboard: Oct. 18, 2014
05:35 October 19, 2014
Pacific Scoreboard: Oct. 17, 2014
10:03 October 17, 2014
Pacific Scoreboard: Oct. 16, 2014
09:18 October 16, 2014
Top performers, Oct. 22, 2014
Top performers, Oct. 15, 2014
Top performers, Oct. 8, 2014
Top performers, Oct. 1, 2014
Top performers, Sept. 24, 2014
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.