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FootballAmerican School In Japan (2-0) at Seoul American (0-2) When – 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24.Where –Yongsan Garrison, South Korea.What – First meeting at Seoul American between the two teams and only the second in the history of both schools, in the second year of eligibility for the Far East Division I title for the visiting Mustangs. ASIJ is seeking its first large-schools football title; the Falcons have won two D-I titles, but none since 2008.Players to watch – Quarterback David Messinger is 14-for-48 for 158 yards and has thrown for both touchdowns the Falcons have scored this season. Levi Johnson has seven catches for 77 yards and has 179 all-purpose yards in the Falcons’ two games. … Mustangs junior quarterback Jack Ambrosino is 11-for-16 for 203 yards and two touchdowns, and has also rushed for a pair of scores. Jake Noddin leads the Mustangs in run yards with 176 plus a touchdown. Jo Tsusaka has also run for three scores for ASIJ.Also – The Mustangs are seeking to make amends for the first meeting between the teams on Sept. 12, 2015, when Seoul American broke a 26-26 tie late on a lengthy touchdown pass to beat ASIJ 34-26.

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