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Pacific football Top Ten, Week 7 Fearless Forecast, Week 6 honors

By DAVE ORNAUER | STARS AND STRIPES Published: October 5, 2016

Top Ten

The Top Ten teams in the Stars and Stripes' Pacific high school football ratings, with records through Oct. 1, 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, Kadena                           3-0     464    1
(tie) Father Duenas           6-0     464    2
3, George Washington                   5-0     452    3
4, Humphreys                    3-0     444    5
5, Yokota                             3-0     436    7
6, Guam High                                 4-1     428    8
7, Kubasaki                         1-2     420    6
8, Nile C. Kinnick                    2-1     416    9
9, American School In Japan                  2-1     412    4
10, Matthew C. Perry                  3-1     408   10
 

Fearless Forecast

Friday

Division II

Perry at Robert D. Edgren, 8 p.m. – At last, the Eagles get back on the field, and their new turfed field at that. It might not be the welcome-back they hoped for, given the opponent. … Samurai 21, Eagles 7.

DODEA Japan

Kinnick at Yokota, 7 p.m. – After stumbling in their opener, it’s been a Red Devil of a two weeks for Kinnick, which should continue and ruin the Panthers’ homecoming. … Red Devils 18, Panthers 11.

Guam

Father Duenas at George Washington, 7 p.m. – Final week of the regular season opens with the top island rivalry, vying for the regular-season championship. … Friars 22, Geckos 21.
Simon Sanchez at Okkodo, 7 p.m. – Bulldogs still in the hunt for the fourth playoff seed and quarterfinal host rights; Sharks doing what they can to avoid the basement and score points for the first time this season. … Bulldogs 16, Sharks 7.

Saturday

Division I

Kubasaki at Seoul American, 6 p.m. – Dragons need to keep perfect their D-I road slate against non-Kadena opponents; Falcons need any sort of boost to keep their slim title hopes alive. … Dragons 20, Falcons 8.

Guam

Guam at Southern, 10 a.m. – Panthers have the No. 3 playoff seed locked; Dolphins desperately seeking any avenue they can to escape the basement. … Panthers 14, Dolphins 6.
John F. Kennedy vs. Tiyan at Mangilao, 7 p.m. – Who would have thought at this time a year ago, the fledgling Titans have a realistic shot at fourth seed? … Islanders 14, Titans 13.

Korea

Samsung at Humphreys, 3 p.m. – Blackhawks get their chance to fine tune things for their upcoming divisional showdown Oct. 14 at Daegu. … Blackhawks 17, Lions 7.

Monday

Inter-district

Singapore at Kadena, 2 p.m. – First game of two-game swing for the Eagles All-Stars from down south, the other being at Kubasaki on Oct. 14. For Panthers, excellent chance to tune up for divisional showdown on Oct. 15 at American School In Japan. … Panthers 18, Eagles 12.
 

Week 6 Grid Honors

Kadena – Cody Sego 28 yards, four touchdowns, seven carries; 3-for-9, 37 yards; one interception. Owen Sinning two interceptions; 26 yards, two catches. Jacob Parker one sack, one interception. Abe Patterson 109 yards, one touchdown, 10 carries; one interception.
Kubasaki – Anthony Macaluso 115 all-purpose yards, 15 touches. Alex Ramos one interception, one fumble recovery.
Yokota – Marquis Smith-Brown 124 yards, one touchdown, three punt returns; 56 yards, one kick return; two interceptions, including 62-yard pick-six. Tyson Hamilton 76-yard pick-six.
Perry – Caeleb Ricafrente 80 yards, four touchdowns, nine carries; 70-yard punt-return touchdown. Zach Brown 43 yards, two touchdowns, six carries; eight tackles, two sacks. Andrew Borrero 55 yards, 14 carries; six tackles.
Kinnick – Devoney Stanley 31-yard touchdown catch; 80-yard kick-return touchdown; 62 yards, three punt returns. Chauncey Jamerson 92 yards, two touchdowns, six carries; eight passes defended. Kacey Walker 35 yards, 12 carries; 5-for-8, 97 yards; two interceptions. Dwayne Lyon one fumble recovery, one sack. Kento Jenista one fumble recovery, one sack.
ASIJ – Andrew Howe 108 yards, two touchdowns, 15 carries. Jack Ambrosino 8-for-24, 107 yards. Dalan Gerber eight tackles, three for losses. Jo Tsusaka 70 yards, eight carries; two interceptions.

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