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Pacific football Top Ten, Week 10 Fearless Forecast, Week 9 honors

By DAVE ORNAUER | STARS AND STRIPES Published: October 27, 2016

Top Ten

The Top Ten teams in the Stars and Stripes' Pacific high school football ratings, with records through Oct. 22, points and last week’s rating, as compiled by Dave Ornauer. Ratings are based on teams' win-loss records, quality of wins, strength of roster, schedule and leagues, point differential and team and individual statistics. Maximum rating is 500 points:
                                            Record   Pts  Pvs
1, Father Duenas, Guam              9-0     476    1
2, Kadena                           5-1     464    2
3, Humphreys                    7-0     460    3
4, American School In Japan                  5-1     448    6
5, Matthew C. Perry                   6-1     444    7
6, George Washington, Guam                   7-1     436    8
7, Guam High                                 6-2     428    4
8, Nile C. Kinnick                    4-2     420    5
9, Yokota                             5-2     412    9
10, John F. Kennedy, Guam                    5-4     392   --
 

Week 10 Fearless Forecast

Thursday

Division I

Kubasaki at Kadena, 5 p.m. – First time since 2012 the Panthers and Dragons have not played each other for a spot in the Division I title game. … Panthers 14, Dragons 11.

Friday

Korea

Daegu at Seoul American, 5 p.m. – Homecoming should provide incentive for a season-ending win for Falcons. … Falcons 15, Warriors 9.

DODEA-Japan

Zama at Kinnick, 7 p.m. – 70th-anniversary homecoming provides similar incentive for Red Devils. … Red Devils 19, Trojans 12.

Guam third place

John F. Kennedy at Guam, 7 p.m. – Last go-round for the Panthers’ big three, going for yet another bronze-medal game. … Panthers 20, Islanders 13.

Saturday

Kanto Plain

Yokota at ASIJ, 1 p.m. – Final tune-up for first appearance in D-I title game. … Mustangs 18, Panthers 10.

Guam Bamboo Bowl

Father Duenas at George Washington, 7 p.m. – Back-to-back titles for FDMS. … Friars 21, Geckos 17.
 

Week 9 honors

Guam  – Solomon White 12-for-31, 150 yards, one touchdown. Juan King Jr. 17 tackles, Avery Fernandez 17 tackles.
Daegu – Michael Martinez 106 yards, three touchdowns, 17 carries; 3-for-5, 30 yards, one touchdown. Jaeveon Bell 94 yards, one touchdown, 12 carries.
Yokota – T.J. Reney 4-for-10, 97 yards, one touchdown. Marquis Smith-Brown 60-yard touchdown catch, 90-yard kick-return touchdowns; 125 yards, three punt returns.
Perry – Caeleb Ricafrente 193 yards, three touchdowns, 19 carries. Andrew Borrero 65 yards, two touchdowns, 11 carries, six tackles. Ethan Peterson 65 yards, one touchdown, 11 carries. Zach Brown 68 yards, one touchdown, seven carries; seven tackles, two sacks. Elijah LeBron six tackles. Mason Graydon five tackles, one recovery.
Kinnick – Chauncey Jamerson 125 yards, one touchdown, eight carries.
Kadena – Jacob Parker two interceptions. Uriah Morris 140 yards, two touchdowns, 15 carries. Jericho Williams 116 yards, 11 carries.
ASIJ – Jack Ambrosino 11-for-21, 247 yards, three touchdowns. Jo Tsusaka 63 yards, one touchdown, 13 carries; 53 yards, one touchdown, two catches. Andrew Howe 94 yards, 12 carries. Oliver Rogers 55 yards, one touchdown, three catches.
Humphreys – Brice Bulotovich 10-for-20, 151 yards, two touchdowns; 35 yards, eight carries. Da’Shun Cline 108 yards, 12. Owen “Thor” Williams 47 yards, one touchdown, three catches; 20 tackles. Nate Hellams 84-yard touchdown catch. Criss Carlos seven tackles, one recovery, one sack. Jalen Horne 12 tackles, one recovery, two sacks.

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