Pacific football Week 4 Fearless Forecast, Week 3 honors
By DAVE ORNAUER | STARS AND STRIPES Published: September 15, 2016
American School In Japan at Zama, 7 p.m. – Mustangs hit the road for the first time, should do well against their second D-II opponent of the season, this one with more bodies. … Mustangs 19, Trojans 6.
Guam High at John F. Kennedy, 5 p.m. – Early start to this one, Panthers look to rebound after falling hard against Friars. … Panthers 17, Islanders 11.
Simon Sanchez at George Washington, 7 p.m. – Another step higher on the rungs for the Geckos to return to the Bamboo Bowl again. … Geckos 20, Sharks 8.
Japan, Division II
Robert D. Edgren at Matthew C. Perry, 10 a.m. – The two teams in Japan thinnest on numbers, should come down to whether the Eagles can halt Samurai mission man Caeleb Ricafrente. … Samurai 18, Eagles 6.
Kubasaki at Nile C. Kinnick, 2 p.m. – Four-point victory for host Red Devils last time these two meet at Berkey. Should be a wider spread this time. … Red Devils 16, Dragons 7.
Tiyan at Okkodo, 7 p.m. – Bulldogs should prevail at home, but could be closer than most might think … Bulldogs 11, Titans 5.
Southern vs. Father Duenas at George Washington, 7 p.m. – Could be the widest margin of the weekend, anywhere. … Friars 24, Dolphins 7.
Week 3 Grid Honors
Matthew C. Perry – Caeleb Ricafrente 148 yards, 19 carries; 67 yards, two catches; five touchdowns. Andrew Borrero 82 yards, 10 carries; eight tackles.
American School In Japan – Jo Tsukasa 76 yards, one touchdown, seven carries. Andrew Howe 50 yards, one touchdown, five carries; 41-yard touchdown catch; three extra-point kicks.
Robert D. Edgren – Patrick Sledge 4-for-13, 31 yards; 60 yards, 11 carries.
Humphreys – Brice Bulotovich 5-for-17, 104 yards; 49 yards, one touchdown, seven carries. Owen “Thor” williams 78 yards, three catches; 11 tackles; two interceptions, one returned for touchdown. David Key 10 tackles, one sack, one fumble recovery. Criss Carlos two sacks.
Kadena – Cody Sego 64 yards, one touchdowns, four carries; 1-for-4, 39 yards, one touchdown. Ryan Cabase two touchdown runs. Owen Sinning two touchdown runs; one interception. Jericho Williams 82 yards, one touchdown, eight carries; 58 yards, three kick returns. Abe Patterson three sacks. Emery Oakley 2½ sacks.