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Pacific football Top Ten, Week 11 Fearless Forecast, Week 10 honors

By STARS AND STRIPES Published: November 4, 2016

Top Ten

The Top Ten teams in the Stars and Stripes' Pacific high school football ratings, with records through Oct. 29, 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             10-0     484    1
2, Kadena                           6-1     468    2
3, Humphreys                    7-0     460    3
4, American School In Japan                  6-1     452    4
5, Matthew C. Perry                   6-1     444    5
6, George Washington, Guam                   7-2     432    6
7, Guam High                                 7-2     428    7
8, Nile C. Kinnick                    5-2     424    8
9, Yokota                             5-3     396    9
10, John F. Kennedy, Guam                    5-5     376   10
 

Week 11 Fearless Forecast

Saturday

Division II championship

Humphreys at Perry, noon – DODEA-Pacific’s No. 1 scoring defense (6 points per game) visiting the top scoring offense (40). The key word: Visiting. While in most championship games, one might take the better defense, the method of travel for the Blackhawks, making their first lengthy road trip of the season, could be an issue. And they’re playing on grass for the first time, after playing on turf all season. For the host Samurai, road trips are normal and routine; this time, they’re home in their own beds eating mama’s home cooking. Home advantage wins out. … Samurai 30, Blackhawks 26.

 

Week 9 Grid Honors

Kadena – Jericho Williams 141 yards, three touchdowns, 10 carries. Uriah Morris 78 yards, one touchdown, eight carries.
Kubasaki – Anthony Macaluso 17-for-30, 210 yards, three touchdowns.
Yokota – Kishaun Kimble-Brooks 75 yards, one touchdown, 12 carries; 33 yards, two returns.
Kinnick – Chauncey Jamerson 90 yards, two touchdowns, nine carries. Harry Cheng 125 yards, one touchdown, eight carries. Connor Joley 85 yards, one touchdown, seven carries. Devoney Stanley two interceptions, 75-yard kick-return touchdown. Kacey Walker 150 yards, 11 carries.
ASIJ – Coe Laughlin 83 yards, three touchdowns, five carries. Jo Tsusaka 66 yards, one touchdown, nine carries.
Daegu – Michael Martinez 6-for-10, 132 yards; 52 yards, two touchdowns, 18 carries.
Guam – Solomon White 95 yards, 12 carries; 12-for-20, 175 yards. Juan King Jr. 186 yards, three touchdowns, 15 carries. Avery Fernandez 17 tackles; 35 yards, seven carries. Jeylyn Dowdell two sacks.

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