Two unbeatens left, and they never shall meet on the gridiron.
Mustangs make huge jump in ratings; Friars, Red Devils remain 1-2.
Top six remain the same; Tiyan leapfrogs to No. 7, JFK exits ratings.
Friars remain atop the heap; Red Devils leapfrog Panthers for second spot.
Friars remain atop the heap; Kadena, Kinnick, Perry follow; Geckos enter ratings at No. 7.
Panthers stay on Friars’ heels; Samurai, Blackhawks move up after huge wins.
Friars pick up right where they left off, atop ratings; expect Panthers to edge Mustangs in D-I title rematch.
Expect a Red Devil of a close D-I victory; Samurai prevail in D-II inter-district battle.
Could be a red-letter week for defending Far East Division I champions.
Kinnick, Kadena should have their way in DODEA openers; expect Friars to do what Friars always do.
Two-time Far East Division II MVP joins Japan B League Division II Hiroshima Dragonflies.
Red Devils senior gains school-first honor; Perry’s Hill, Lewis also accorded plaudits.
Fuimaono becomes first Panther to ink NLI with D-I football program; Patterson signs with D-III school.
MVP of 2016 Far East D-II baseball tournament commits to Franklin Pierce.
Crusaders’ Calvin signs with Lipscomb, a Christian university in the NCAA Division I Atlantic Sun Conference.
Panthers’ versatile senior Juan King Jr. commits to Culver-Stockton College; White headed for Air Force Academy.
Kubasaki right-hander has been awarded academic scholarship to attend Pennsylvania D-III school.
Panthers senior Junta Callahan signs national letter of intent to play soccer at Valparaiso.
Pacific record holder in discus to get 90-percent academic scholarship as preferred walk-on for Aggies
Former Kubasaki star Matt Ashley gets nine points, six boards in debut as Findlay sets school record, wins fifth straight.
ASIJ won first showdown; Kadena remains champ until somebody knocks them off.
Home vs. road should make all the difference in D-II title game.
Championship pairings set, time for final tune-up games.
Shakeup at the top; expect tight results during de facto “semifinal weekend.”
Kadena still leads the Pacific pack, tabbed to edge ASIJ at Mustang Valley.
Kadena, Father Duenas remain tied for top spot; Dragons tabbed to beat Falcons.
Kadena could wrap up district title with home win over Kubasaki.
Panthers, Friars lead football pack; Mustangs could gallop into D-I title picture.
Crucial D-I, D-II battles should lead to one-sided outcomes.
For the moment, a full slate of games to go ahead on Guam, pending power outages.
Forecast, schedule abbreviated due to postponements, forfeits.
IFL’s top dogs projected to win their season-opening games by double-digit margins.