Pacific football Top Ten, Week 12 Fearless Forecast, Week 11 honors

By DAVE ORNAUER | STARS AND STRIPES Published: November 12, 2016

Top Ten

The Top Ten teams in the Stars and Stripes' Pacific high school football ratings, with records through Nov. 5, 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, Matthew C. Perry                   7-1     464    5
4, American School In Japan                  6-1     452    4
5, Humphreys                    7-1     444    3
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 12 Fearless Forecast


Far East Division I championship

Kadena at American School In Japan, 2 p.m. – Joy. What joy there was on Oct. 16, four weeks ago, when ASIJ cruised past two-time defending D-I champion Kadena 34-20 at Mustang Valley in what became a preview of Saturday’s game. Or was it? Flu was the hunter on the field that day; about 70 percent of the Panthers were affected (a few Mustangs as well). Both teams have had two weeks to get well and heal. Now, the Mustangs will face a Panthers team that is all there. And Kadena is the two-time champion until somebody knocks them off. … Panthers 20, Mustangs 18.


Week 11 honors

Humphreys – Brice Bulotovich 8-for-18, 126 yards. Da’Shun Cline 117 all-purpose yards, seven touches.
Matthew C. Perry – Caeleb Ricafrente 212 yards, three touchdowns, 22 carries; one sack. Andrew Borrero 118 yareds, two touchdowns, 16 carries; six tackles, one interception. Zach Brown five tackles, three sacks. Elijah LeBron six tackles.


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