Pacific Fearless Forecast, Week 4
By DAVE ORNAUER | Published: September 13, 2018
American School In Japan at Kadena, 6 p.m. – Fire burning brightly in Panthers’ belly: Redemption for last week’s loss to Kinnick, last season’s home loss to ASIJ. … Panthers 20, Mustangs 16.
Yokota vs. Zama at Atsugi Naval Air Facility, 7 p.m. – Trojans opened strongly against Matthew C. Perry; can they keep it up against the Panthers? … Trojans 17, Panthers 14.
Father Duenas vs. Simon Sanchez at Okkodo, 7 p.m. – Assuming the games are a go after the typhoon earlier this week, Friars will extend their winning streak to 34 games. … Friars 21, Sharks 12.
Guam High at John F. Kennedy, 7 p.m. – Another team wanting to get back on a winning keel, Panthers hope to snap their two-game skid. … Panthers 14, Islanders 11.
Matthew C. Perry at Daegu, 5 p.m. – Should be a close inter-district battle against former Division II champions. … Warriors 16, Samurai 12.
Nile C. Kinnick at Humphreys, 6 p.m. – First-time meeting between Red Devils and Blackhawks could have some very serious D-I title-game host implications. … Red Devils 19, Blackhawks 16.
Tiyan at Okkodo, 7 p.m. – Could be a hammer-and-tongs battle between two teams considered to be in the bottom half of the league. … Titans 13, Bulldogs 10.
Southern at George Washington, 7 p.m. – Geckos will ensure that the Dolphins’ rare two-game winning streak meets a quick end. … Geckos 22, Dolphins 8.