Pacific football Top Ten, Week 8 Fearless Forecast, Week 7 honors
By DAVE ORNAUER | STARS AND STRIPES Published: October 13, 2016
The Top Ten teams in the Stars and Stripes' Pacific high school football ratings, with records through Oct. 10, 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 4-0 468 1
(tie) Father Duenas, Guam 7-0 468 2
3, Humphreys 4-0 448 4
4, Guam High 5-1 432 6
5, Kubasaki 2-2 424 7
6, Nile C. Kinnick 3-1 420 8
7, George Washington 5-1 416 3
8, Matthew C. Perry 4-1 412 10
(tie), American School In Japan 3-1 412 9
10, Yokota 3-1 400 5
Week 8 Fearless Forecast
Humphreys at Daegu, 5:30 p.m. – It’s win by 20 points or more, or go home for the three-time defending D-II champion Warriors. Time for the Blackhawks to book a second trip to Japan. … Blackhawks 17, Warriors 9.
Perry at Zama, 7 p.m. – Speaking of booking seats at the D-II title-game table, Samurai take another step toward returning to the game they played two years ago. … Samurai 21, Trojans 8.
Yokota at Robert D. Edgren, 7 p.m. – Panthers also hit the road, hoping to keep pace with the Samurai, whom they visit a week from Saturday. … Panthers 20, Eagles 6.
Singapore American at Kubasaki, 6 p.m. – Probably will be much closer than Monday’s blowout win by the Panthers over the Eagles. … Dragons 18, Eagles 12.
Okkodo at John F. Kennedy, 7 p.m. – Could be the tightest game in the Guam quarterfinals this weekend. … Islanders 12, Bulldogs 6.
Southern vs. Father Duenas at Mangilao, 7 p.m. – Friars will get the test they’ve awaited in the semifinals, not this week. … Friars 20, Dolphins 6.
Kadena at ASIJ, 2 p.m. – No question, a team wearing black-and-yellow will win. Consider this the Day of the Panther. … Panthers 14, Mustangs 13.
Seoul American at Kinnick, 2 p.m. – Call this one a Red Devil of a victory, as Kinnick closes in on its first berth in a Far East D-I title game. … Red Devils 22, Falcons 8.
Tiyan at Guam, 7 p.m. – This time, if the Panthers are to maintain their success against the Titans, it will happen on the field. … Panthers 16, Titans 10.
Week 7 Grid Honors
Kinnick – Kacey Walker 130 yards, two touchdowns, 10 carries; 2-for-3, 18 yards, one touchdown. Devoney Stanley one touchdown catch; one interception; five tackles. Chauncey Jamerson 60 yards, two touchdowns, 10 carries. Harry Cheng 109 yards, 15 carries.
Yokota – T.J. Reney 6-for-17, 110 yards. Cameron Joseph 58 yards, two catches; nine tackles. Marquis Smith-Brown 26 yards, two catches; 70 yards, three returns. Jalen Harrison nine tackles.
Perry – Caeleb Ricafrente 78 yards, one touchdown, eight carries; 27-yard touchdown catch. Dylan Ernst 63 yards, two touchdowns, six carries. Zach Brown 41 yards, two touchdowns, 11 carries. Mason Graydon four sacks, one fumble recovery. John Keith two sacks. Lewis Billups two sacks.
Humphreys – Brice Bulotovich 9-for-13, 205 yards, four touchdowns; 48 yards, five carries. Tyrell Alexander 113 yards, three touchdowns, four catches. Owen “Thor” Williams 65 yards, one touchdown, three catches; nine tackles, one fumble recovery. Criss Carlos four sacks. Sa’Voda Gregory two interceptions. Jalen Horne two sacks.
Guam – Juan King 162 yards, three touchdowns, 10 carries; 100 yards, one touchdown, four catches; 63-yard kick-return touchdown. Solomon White 16-for-21, 300 yards, one touchdown. D.J. Williams 50 yards, two catches; five tackles, one forced fumble, one safety. Avery Fernandez 12 tackles, three for loss. T.J. Aguon eight tackles.
Kubasaki – Anthony Macaluso 84-yard kick-return touchdown; 84 yards, one touchdown, 12 carries; 1-for-3, 12 yards.
Kadena – Jericho Williams 100 ayrds, two touchdowns, six carries. Cody Sego 5-for-8, 144 yards, one touchdown; 6 yards, one touchdown, two carries. Donte Savoy 107 yards, one touchdown, two catches.