FootballDeCurtis Davis, Kubasaki – Went 14-for-22 for 169 yards and four touchdowns, including a 30-yarder to Javohn Journigan with 1:07.1 left, and accumulated 197 yards total offense on 40 touches as the Dragons rallied past Kadena 28-25.Justin Sego, Kadena – Ran 34 times for 219 yards and two touchdowns, accumulated 257 yards total offense with three scores and 350 all-purpose yards on 39 touches in the losing cause for the Panthers. Sego leads the Pacific with 796 yards on 79 carries, with eight touchdowns.Brandon Rogers, American School In Japan – Went 18-for-27 for 227 yards, including the game-winning 20-yard touchdown to Ryan Murphy with 56 seconds left, rallying the Mustangs past Yokota 28-21.Mick Carreiro, Matthew C. Perry – Had just 54 yards on 13 carries, but rushed for two touchdowns, recorded 11 tackles and forced a fumble in the Samurai’s 39-15 win over Sotoku in Perry’s first home football game since the 2003 season.Dre Paylor, Nile C. Kinnick – Rushed for 213 yards and three touchdowns, giving him a Pacific-leading 12 for the season, on 23 carries to power the Red Devils past Seoul American 31-8. He’s second behind Sego for the Pacific rushing lead, 779 yards on 79 carries.George Calbert, Nile C. Kinnick – Recorded 16 tackles, two for a loss, and forced a fumble before leaving the game with a concussion.Shawn Robinson, Robert D. Edgren – Went 15-for-22 for 252 yards and three touchdowns, and scrambled for 32 more yards, lifting the Eagles to their first victory of the season, 18-14 at Zama American.Zach Fowler, Daegu – Recorded 11 tackles, including a sack, to help the Warriors win the season series from Osan, 33-0, giving Daegu two wins in two tries over the Cougars, with one more meeting left.

Cross countryDaniel Galvin, Yokota – Became the first runner in the 42-season history of the Kanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools to run the 2.9-mile Tama Hills Recreation Center course in under 15 minutes twice in the same season. He was timed in 14 minutes, 40.9 seconds, 17 seconds less than his previous personal best.

Girls volleyballCharla Johnson, Nile C. Kinnick – Combined for 66 assists during a two-match weekend set against Robert D. Edgren, who gave the Red Devils all they could handle before Kinnick prevailed in four sets on Friday and five sets on Saturday.

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