Girls volleyballOkinawaTuesday’s summaryKadena def. Okinawa Christian International 25-20, 25-19, 22-25, 25-11At Kadena Air BaseSpike kills—Kadena, Tayler Gomez 8, Shari Moss 8, Jacque Entwistle 7. Block points—Kadena, Shari Moss 3, Tayler Gomez 3. Service aces—Kadena, Chelsey Warner 5, Tayler Gomez 5. Set assists—Kadena, Mary Schweers 22.JapanMonday’s summaryNile C. Kinnick def. American School In Japan 25-17, 25-14, 25-13At TokyoSpike kills—Kinnick, Shannon Jackson 12, Mary Niemeyer 10, Camille Kawamoto 7. Service aces—Kinnick, Shannon Jackson 7, Akemi Allan 6. Set assists—Kinnick, Marina Nakayama 21. Block points—Kinnick, Shannon Jackson 5, Mary Niemeyer 3. Noteworthy—Red Devils improved to school-best 25-0 overall, 12-0 Kanto Plain, completed first season series sweep of ASIJ, Christian Academy In Japan and Seisen International in school history.FootballWeek 11The Top TenThe Top Ten teams in the Stars and Stripes 2009 Far East high school football ratings, with records through Oct. 31, points and last week’s rating, as compiled by Dave Ornauer of Stars and Stripes sports. 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 Pvs1. Kadena, Okinawa 6-0 472 12. George Washington, Guam 7-0 464 23. American School In Japan 7-2 460 34. Zama American, Japan 6-2 448 55. Father Duenas, Guam 6-2 444 66. Guam High 6-2 436 47. Daegu, South Korea 6-1 432 78. Yokota, Japan 6-4 400 89. John F. Kennedy, Guam 4-4 360 910. Osan, South Korea 2-4 352 10Week 10 grid honorsAmerican School In Japan—Hayden Jardine 13-for-21, 226 yards, 2 touchdowns. Alex Busam 1 touchdown catch, 1 touchdown run. Ryan Christianson 1 interception-return touchdown, 1 punt-return touchdown. Tom Jardine 92 yards, 6 catches.Yokota—Gerald McCloud 132 yards, 22 carries. DeEric Harvin 86 yards, 1 touchdown, 16 carries; 2 interceptions.Zama American—Mike Jorgenson 6-for-10, 108 yards, 1 touchdown; 1 touchdown run. Ashton Norwood 1 interception, 1 fumble recovery.Nile C. Kinnick—Elijah Gamble 185 yards, 1 touchdown, 40 carries.Daegu American—Antoine “Flash” Feagin 68 yards, 3 touchdowns, 15 carries, 3 two-point conversions. Josh Gosserand 94 yards total offense, 7 tackles, 1 interception.Osan American—Julian Johnson 109 rushing yards, 1 touchdown.Week 11 lookaheadFridayGuam Interscholastic Football League playoffsThird-place gameJohn F. Kennedy at Guam High, 3 p.m.—All the incentive in the world the Panthers have to come away with third place for the second straight year, then enter the Class AA playoffs with some momentum. … Panthers 23, Islanders 14.Saturday2009 DODDS-Pacific Far East Class AChampionshipZama American at Daegu American, 4 p.m.—Neither side knows the other at all, having not seen each other play, so expect both teams to just stick with what’s succeeded for them, and adjust as they go. Depends on which Zama team makes it to Korea, the one that averaged 6.68 yards per play in its first four games, or 3.7 in its last three. … Trojans 18, Warriors 16.Guam Interscholastic Football LeagueplayoffsBamboo BowlFather Duenas Memorial at George Washington, 7 p.m.—Santos & Santos and the Geckos complete their climb back to the top of the IFL with their most resounding season since Loring Cruz’s title teams of the 1980s. … Geckos 17, Friars 10.Monday2009 DODDS-Pacific Far East Class AASemifinalYokota vs. Kadena at Mike Petty Stadium, Kubasaki High School, Camp Foster, Okinawa, 5:30 p.m.—It may be a bit closer, but don’t expect much of a difference between this meeting and Kadena’s 35-0 win Oct. 17 at Yokota. … Kadena 21, Yokota 12.Tuesday2009 DODDS-Pacific Far East Class AASemifinalGuam High vs. Seoul American at Mike Petty Stadium, Kubasaki High School, Camp Foster, Okinawa, 5:30 p.m.—The last time these teams saw each other, Seoul American began its run to a school-first Class AA title. This should be a sharp contrast to that one, and the Panthers will reach the first Class AA title game in school history. … Panthers 19, Falcons 15.Last week—3-2, .600.Season—40-14, .741.

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