Perry holds off Yokota to set up final-game showdown
The Panthers scored 21 unanswered points after trailing 15-0 at half and had a chance to win on a 37-yard field-goal try to Owen Taylor, but the kick sailed just left of the upright.
It’s all Kinnick again in Edgren’s return to football
Zeke DeLaughter was 4-for-6 for 80 yards and three touchdowns, a 30-yard strike to Ryo Nishiyama, one of 10 yards to Daniel Burke and a swing pass to running back Kaito Demoss.
It’s not pretty, but Kadena improves to 2-1 against Kubasaki
The contest featured a combined eight turnovers and 19 penalties for 180 yards, 12 of the penalties of the major variety, 10 yards or more.
Humphreys Black evens up series with Humphreys Gold
Sean Cook went 8-for-11 passing for 202 yards and a touchdown and carried 11 times for 126 yards and a TD and intercepted two passes on defense. 
It takes extra holes to determine Okinawa golf champs
Kadena’s Johnson wins boys title on fourth playoff hole while Kubasaki’s Julizka Aguirre wins girls championship on first extra hole.
Beefed-up Guam High to finally open football season
The Panthers put large offensive and defensive lines to the test at home Saturday at 7 p.m. against longtime island power George Washington.
Edgren suited up to resume football season against Kinnick
The rest of the Eagles’ schedule has them hosting Zama on Oct. 22, playing Matthew C. Perry on Oct. 29 at Yokota, then returning to Yokota on Nov. 5 to play the Panthers.
Edgren now only unbeaten volleyball team after showdown with King
Eagles sweep Cobras on Friday, then win again on Saturday despite dropping first two sets of the season.