Pacific Scoreboard: Nov. 10, 2012

By STARS AND STRIPES Published: November 10, 2012

High school


Far East High School Division II football championship
Zama American 35, Robert D. Edgren 20
Saturday at Camp Zama, Japan
Edgren 0 12 0 8—20
Zama 14 6 6 9—35
First quarter
Zama—Raymond Bestor 20 pass from David Coleman (Rafael Morales kick), 7-0, 7:10
Zama—Andre Encarnacion 11 run (Rafael Morales kick), 14-0, 10:16
Second quarter
Edgren—Louis Murphy 12 run (kick failed), 14-6, 2:47
Edgren—Tristan Jefferson 28 pass from Leo Austin (run failed), 14-12, 6:53
Zama—Andre Encarnacion 4 run (kick failed), 10:05
Third quarter
Zama—Andre Encarnacion 9 run (kick failed), 26-12, 5:22
Fourth quarter
Zama—Safety, Holden Limas tackled Khalil Williams in end zone, 28-12, 1:46
Zama—Mitchell Harrison 3 run (Rafael Morales kick), 35-12, 4:49
Edgren—Khalil Williams 14 pass from Leo Austin (Tristan Jefferson run), 35-20, 12:00

Edgren Zama
First downs 8 16
Rushes-yards 25-60 52-312
Comp.-att.-int 16-7-0 7-3-0
Passing yards 106 52
Total offense 41-166 59-364
Returns-yards 2-38 2-32
Total yards 204 396
Fumbles lost 1 2
Penalties-yards lost 10-805-50

Rushing — Edgren: Tristan Jefferson 15-32, Louis Murphy 4-16, Aric Butterfield 2-11, Khalil Williams 2-3, Leo Austin 2-(-2); Zama: Andre Encarnacion 21-171, Rayvaughn King 9-69, David Coleman 5-51, Mitchell Harrison 8-17, Holden Limas 3-5, Ian Rosete 1-1, Nick Zeagler 1-1, Hiro Beale 2-0, Rafael Morales 1-(-1), Osie Cruz 1-(-2).
Passing — Edgren: Leo Austin 4-9-0-93, Tristan Jefferson 3-7-0-13; Zama: Rayvaughn King 1-5-0-6, Nick Zeagler 1-1-0-26, David Coleman 1-1-0-20.
Receiving — Edgren: Khalil Williams 3-54, Louis Murphy 2-25, Tristan Jefferson 1-28, Tyrone Bacalso 1-(-1); Zama: Chiharu Gomez 1-26, Raymond Bester 1-20, David Coleman 1-6. 


Far East High School Girls Division I (large schools) Volleyball Tournament
Saturday at Guam High School, Agana Heights, Guam
Academy of Our Lady of Guam def. Simon Sanchez 19-25, 25-20, 15-11, seventh and eighth place
Kubasaki def. Southern 27-25, 24-26, 15-13, fifth and sixth place
Seisen International def. Christian Academy Japan 26-24, 25-15, third and fourth place
American School In Japan def. Nile C. Kinnick 25-17, 21-25, 25-20, 25-20, championship and second place.

Wall of Champions
1976—Wagner, Clark Air Base, Philippines
1977—International School of Manila
1978—International School of Manila
1979—Zama American, Japan
1980—International School of Manila
1981—Zama American, Japan
1982—International School of Manila
1983—Seisen International, Tokyo
1984—George Washington, Guam
1985—St. Maur International, Japan
1986—American School In Japan
1987—American School In Japan
1988—Zama American, Japan
1989—Academy of Our Lady, Guam
1990—Seisen International, Tokyo
1991—American School In Japan
1992—Academy of Our Lady, Guam
1993—Seisen International, Tokyo
1994—Academy of Our Lady, Guam
1995—Academy of Our Lady, Guam
1996—Academy of Our Lady, Guam
1997—Zama American, Japan
1998—Academy of Our Lady, Guam
1999—Academy of Our Lady, Guam
2000—St. John’s, Guam
2001—Christian Academy In Japan
2002—Southern, Guam
2003—Academy of Our Lady, Guam
2004—Academy of Our Lady, Guam
2005—Christian Academy In Japan
2006—American School In Japan
2007—Christian Academy In Japan
2008—American School In Japan
2009—Christian Academy Japan
2010—Seoul American
2011—American School In Japan
2012—American School In Japan 

Most Valuable Player —
Liz Thornton, American School In Japan (two-time selection)
All-Tournament team — Thornton (three-time selection), Mia Weinland, Baileigh Gibson (two-time selection), American School In Japan; Jerimae Capuyan, Mashiya McKinney (three-time selection), Michayla Robinson, Nile C. Kinnick; Bianca Endo, Seisen International; Isabelle Charley, Rachel Willsen, Christian Academy Japan; Keila Welky, Kubasaki; Paige Surber, Southern; Ladera Linn, Academy of Our Lady of Guam; Stephanie Bordallo, Giselle Kho, Evelene Cruz, Simon Sanchez. 

Girls basketball


John F. Kennedy 37, Guam High 26
Friday at Agana Heights
JFK ....... 12 9 4 12—37
GHS ....... 5 8 8 5—26
Scoring — GHS: Alison Bowman 11.



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