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High schoolFootballJapanOverallW L Pct. PF PAYokota 4 0 1.000 154 15American School In Japan 2 2 .500 54 67Zama American 3 2 .600 126 79Nile C. Kinnick 1 3 .250 22 86Robert D. Edgren 0 4 .000 45 171Department of Defense Education Activity JapanW L Pct. PF PAYokota 3 0 1.000 108 8x-Zama American 3 1 .750 112 55Nile C. Kinnick 0 2 .000 8 74Robert D. Edgren 0 3 .000 38 129x-clinched berth in Far East Division II championship game for second straight season.Kanto Plain Association of Secondary SchoolsW L Pct. PFYokota 3 0 1.000 105 7Zama American 1 1 .500 32 25American School In Japan 1 2 .333 19 60Nile C. Kinnick 1 3 .25022 86Friday, Oct. 1Nile C. Kinnick at Robert D. Edgren, 7 p.m.Yokota at Zama American, 7 p.m.Friday, Oct. 8American School In Japan at Robert D. Edgren, 7 p.m.Nile C. Kinnick at Yokota, 7 p.m.South KoreaOverallW L Pct. PF PADaegu American 2 2 .500 78 71Osan American 0 8 .000 14 135Seoul American 0 3 .000 6 100Department of Defense Dependents Schools Korea Football LeagueW L Pct. PF PADaegu American 2 0 1.000 54 6Osan American 0 1 .000 6 42Seoul American 0 1 .000 0 12Friday, Oct. 1Seoul American at Daegu American, 6 p.m.Friday, Oct. 8Osan American at Seoul American, 6 p.m.OkinawaOverallW L Pct. PF PAKadena 4 0 1.000 149 28Kubasaki 3 0 1.000 121 24Okinawa Activities CouncilW L Pct. PF PAKadena 0 0 .000 0 0Kubasaki 0 0 .000 0 0Friday, Oct. 1Kadena at Kubasaki, 7 p.m.Friday, Oct. 8Kubasaki vs. Kadena at Ryukyu Middle School, 7 p.m.GuamInterscholastic Football LeagueW L Pct. PF PAGuam High 5 0 1.000 182 40George Washington 5 1 .833 74 59Father Duenas Memorial 3 2 .600 80 53John F. Kennedy 3 2 .600 38 53Simon Sanchez 2 3 .400 91 54Southern 0 5 .000 12 99Okkodo 0 5 .000 20 137Friday, Oct. 1Father Duenas Memorial vs. Simon Sanchez at Okkodo High School, Dededo, 7 p.m.Saturday, Oct. 2Guam High vs. John F. Kennedy at Okkodo High School, Dededo, 3 p.m.Southern at Okkodo, 7 p.m.END REGULAR SEASONPostseasonQuarterfinalsFriday, Oct. 8Game 1—Fifth place vs. fourth place, 7 p.m.Saturday, Oct. 9Game 2—Sixth place vs. third place, 3 p.m.Game 3—Seventh place vs. second place, 7 p.m.Week 7The Top TenThe Top Ten teams in the Stars and Stripes' 2010 Far East high school football ratings, with records through Sept. 25, 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:1. Kadena, Okinawa: 4-0 452 12. Yokota, Japan: 4-0 440 23. Guam High: 5-0 436 34. George Washington, Guam: 5-1 428 45. Kubasaki, Okinawa: 3-0 420 66. Zama American, Japan: 3-2 404 97. Daegu American, South Korea: 2-2 400 58. Father Duenas Memorial, Guam: 3-2 396 109. American School In Japan: 2-2 384 710. John F. Kennedy, Guam: 3-2 376 8Week 6 grid honorsGuam High—Devon Jacobs 15-yard touchdown run, 49-yard touchdown catch. Damian Dimmick 70 yards, 1 touchdown, 9 carries.Kadena—Thomas McDonald 109 yards, 1 touchdown, 5 carries. Shariff Coleman 87 yards, 2 touchdowns, 6 carries; 52-yard interception-return touchdown. Tyrell Crutcher 33-yard touchdown run; 1 interception.Kubasaki—Cristian Rivera 9-for-15, 208 yards, 3 touchdowns; 15 yards, 1 touchdown, 11 carries. Brandon Crawford 113 yards, 3 touchdowns, 4 catches; 1 interception. Deon Lewis 98 yards, 1 touchdown, 14 carries; 28-yard catch; 54 yards, 2 returns.Daegu American—Tre Griffin 11-for-23, 182 yards, 2 touchdowns; 21 yards, 13 carries; 65 yards, 3 returns. Darius Wyche 34 yards, 1 touchdown, 3 carries; 56 yards, 5 catches; 26-yard return.Nile C. Kinnick—Dustin Kimberll 116 yards, 1 touchdown, 27 carries.Kubasaki—Cristian Rivera 11-for-14, 165 yards, 2 touchdowns. Brandon Crawford 162 all-purpose yards, 2 touchdowns (76 yards, 2 touchdowns, 5 catches; 28 yards, 1 punt return; 58 yards, 2 interception returns). Deon Lewis 131 all-purpose yards, 1 touchdown (28 yards, 1 touchdown, 5 carries; 32 yards, 2 catches; 23 yards, 1 kick return; 57 yards, 1 punt return).Zama American—Michael Spencer 95 yards, 2 touchdowns, 10 carries.Robert D. Edgren—Joel Balmforth 1 touchdown run, 1 sack. Xavier Major 8 tackles.Week 7 outlookFridayOkinawaKadena at Kubasaki, 7 p.m.—With the Panthers still nursing injuries, may be Dragons’ best chance to snap 12-game regular-season winless streak against Kadena. ... Dragons 23, Panthers 22.JapanYokota vs. Zama American at Reid Memorial Stadium, Naval Air Facility Atsugi, 7 p.m.—It was a 33-6 Trojans victory this very same weekend a year ago that signaled the Panthers’ tumble from DODDS Japan and Kanto Plain title heights. Not this time. ... Panthers 18, Trojans 11.Nile C. Kinnick at Robert D. Edgren, 7 p.m.—Fresh off their first win of the season, Red Devils bring added confidence to renewal of the Toku Horse series. ... Red Devils 19, Eagles 8.South KoreaSeoul American vs. Daegu American at Kelly Field, Camp Walker, 6 p.m.—The firsts could continue to pile up for the Warriors, who might secure a school-first second straight regular-season sweep of the Falcons. ... Warriors 21, Falcons 9.GuamFather Duenas Memorial vs. Simon Sanchez at Okkodo High School, Dededo, 7 p.m.—Jockeying for playoff positioning all that matters at this point for these two. … Friars 15, Sharks 14.SaturdayGuamGuam High vs. John F. Kennedy at Okkodo High School, Dededo, 3 p.m.—Devon Jacobs and the Panthers go for more unprecedented heights, a school-first unbeaten regular season. … Panthers 22, Islanders 12.Southern at Okkodo, 7 p.m.—The quintessential “get-well game” for these two winless squads. … Dolphins 6, Bulldogs 2.Last week—6-1, .833.Season—34-3, .919.OkinawaCross countryWednesday’s resultsAt Habu Trail, Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, 3.1-mile courseBoys team scores1, Kadena, 33; 2, Zion Christian Academy, 42; Kubasaki, 48; 4, Okinawa Christian International, incomplete team.Boys individual results1, Tomas Sanchez, Kadena, 18 minutes, 0 seconds2, Mashu Wakita, Zion, 18:043, Akira Shavers, Zion, 18:254, Nick Barker, Kubasaki, 18:265, Michael Brown, Kubasaki, 18:416, Andrew Kilkenny, Kadena, 18:527, Brad Davies, Kadena, 19:068, Nick Rogers, Kadena, 19:149, Maruo Rijay, Zion, 19:1710, Rahmon Cairnes, Zion, 19:29Girls team scores1, Kadena, 21; 2, Kubasaki, 47; 3, Zion Christian Academy, 82; 4, Okinawa Christian International, incomplete team.Girls individual results1, India Adams, Kadena, 21 minutes, 0 seconds.2, Teauna Baker, Zion, 21:323, Andrea Grade, Kadena, 21:424, Rachel Burchill, Kadena, 22:135, Ana Hernandez, Kadena, 22:246, Colleen Gannon, Kubasaki, 22:477, Alle Robles, Kubasaki, 23:088, Avery Lennard, Kadena, 23:179, Tayleur Hodges, Kubasaki, 23:2210, Alysa Burchill, Kadena, 23:27Girls volleyballWednesday’s summaryKadena def. Kubasaki 23-25, 16-25, 27-25, 25-21, 15-12At Kadena Air BaseSpike kills—Kadena, Jessica Rucinski 10, Shani Korte 5. Kubasaki, Christelle Abello 8, Elizabeth Fabila 8, Ku’uleialoha Ampong 7. Service aces—Kadena, Jienniphyre Soderlund 5, Shani Korte 5. Kubasaki, Ku’uleialoha Ampong 7, Sonora Welliford 5, Alisia Stansel 6. Set assists—Kadena, Jienniphyre Soderlune 18. Kubasaki, Ku’uleialoha Ampong 15.South KoreaTennisWednesday’s resultsAt SeongnamBoysSeoul Foreign 5, Seoul International 0SinglesJeffrey Kim def. Joshua Kim 8-1Henry Kalb def. Dennis Ryu 8-2SeonWoo Kim def. Jinwoo Kim 8-2DoublesRyan Yi and Andy Lee def. Andre Lee and David Chai 8-3Edward Massaut and Robin Lee def. Sangwon Kim and Shaun Kim 8-1GirlsSeoul Foreign 4, Seoul International 1SinglesJae-hyun Kim, SFS, def. Leshia Gadacz 9-8 (8-6)Euna Sun, SIS, def. Caroline Kim 8-3Eunice Chang, SFS, def. Jiyun Jang 8-2DoublesJana Schmalohr and Adrienne Kim, SFS, def. Elsa Lee and Jennifer Lee 8-4Miriam Kim and Lauren Kim, SFS, def. Sohyun Kang and Emily Koh 8-7 (7-5)Boys volleyballWednesday’s summariesSeoul Foreign def. Seoul International 14-25, 22-25, 25-23, 25-18, 15-9At SeongnamSpike kills—SFS, Jonathan Lee 12, Max Sothman 7. Serving—SFS, Charlie Hague 27-for-31, Max Sothman 20-for-21.Yongsan International-Seoul def. Korea International 22-25, 25-23, 25-27, 25-15, 15-11At PangyoSpike kills—KIS, Andrew Nogamoto 9, Mike Park 7, Austin Choi 6. Service aces—KIS, Andrew Nogamoto 7. Defensive digs—KIS, Justin Ko 23, Mike Park 16, Joshua Park 11, Won Woo Jung 10, Andrew Nogamoto 7, Freddie Shim 5. Set assists—KIS, Freddie Shim 11, Won Woo Jung 5.Indianhead International def. International Christian-Uijongbu 25-18, 25-20, 13-25, 9-25, 15-10At UijeongbuSpike kills—ICS-U, John Gang 8. Serving—ICS-U, John Gang 29-for-29, 7 aces; Michael Freel 17-for-18, 7 aces. Set assists—ICS-U, Jonathan Lee 7. Block points—ICS-U, Michael Freel 3.JapanGirls volleyballTuesday’s summarySeisen International def. American School In Japan 25-13, 25-18, 25-18At TokyoSpike kills—Seisen, Yuri Tsutsumi 14. Defensive digs—Seisen, Sally Nomura 6. Set assists—Seisen, Elizabeth Warner 26. Block points—Seisen, Keila Mitchell 6.GuamGirls volleyballTuesday's summaryGuam Adventist Academy def. Guam High 25-21, 25-14At Agana HeightsJapanCross countryTuesday's resultsAt Oume Park, 3.8-mile courseBoys team scoreChristian Academy Japan 15, Yokota 50Boys individual results1. Jared Johnson, CAJ, 20 minutes, 47.2 seconds2. Tsubasa Kaneko, CAJ, 22:07.23. Taro Sawada, CAJ, 22:19.64. David Vander Haak, CAJ, 22:24.65. Jonathan Bartsch, CAJ, 22:47.66. Zach Smoker, CAJ, 22:48.17. Jacob Winter, CAJ, 22:50.18. Phillip Robles, Yokota, 23:54.89. Noah Swygert, Yokota, 24:04.010. Jonathan Love, CAJ, 24:08.2Girls team scoreYokota 24, Christian Academy Japan 33Girls individual results1. Christine Madamba, Yokota, 28 minutes, 43.3 seconds2. Ria Kitaura-Rachman, CAJ, 29:43.53. Callie Godfrey, Yokota, 29:48.64. Misaki Nakagawa, CAJ, 29:58.65. Katelyn Sult, Yokota, 30:29.86. Brianna Wordell, CAJ, 30:47.97. Anisia Guerrero, Yokota, 31:06.48. Kassandra Samuel, Yokota, 31:19.59. Michaela Atchley, Yokota, 31:36.010. Marika Wakayama, CAJ, 32:08.8

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