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Top TenThe Top Ten teams in the Stars and Stripes' Pacific high school football ratings, with records through Sept. 24, points and last week’s rating, as compiled by Dave Ornauer. 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 Pvs 1, Kadena 2-0 460 1 (tie) Father Duenas, Guam 5-0 460 2 3, George Washington, Guam 5-0 452 3 4, American School In Japan 2-0 444 4 (tie) Humphreys 3-0 444 5 6, Kubasaki 1-1 432 6 (tie) Yokota 2-0 432 7 8, Guam High 4-1 428 8 9, Nile C. Kinnick 1-1 408 -- 10, Matthew C. Perry 2-1 400 9

Week 6 Fearless ForecastFriday

Division IKubasaki at Kadena, 6 p.m. – Could be the wrapup of the Panthers’ first Okinawa district title in three years. … Panthers 18, Dragons 8.

Division IIYokota vs. Zama at Naval Air Facility Atsugi, 7 p.m. – Could the Panthers make it a perfect 3-0 run in as many games against the Trojans? More than likely. … Panthers 19, Trojans 7.

GuamGeorge Washington at Guam High, 7 p.m. – Beating Okkodo 50-7 a week earlier is one thing; going up against a beast like GW? … Geckos 21, Panthers 10.Okkodo vs. Father Duenas at Mangilao, 7 p.m. – And the Bulldogs, who lost by 43 to Guam High a week earlier, now face off with the defending champions. … Friars 22, Bulldogs 6.


Division IKinnick at ASIJ, 4 p.m. – Could go a long way toward determining which would be the first Japan team to play for the D-I title since 2012. … Mustangs 17, Red Devils 14.

Inter-districtPerry at Daegu, 4 p.m. – Revenge shalt be sweet, sayeth the Samurai. … Samurai 16, Warriors 9.

GuamSouthern at John F. Kennedy, 7 p.m. – Islanders look to stay alive for a first-round playoff host berth. … Islanders 15, Dolphins 8.Tiyan vs. Simon Sanchez at Dededo, 7 p.m. – Can the Titans make it a school-first two straight wins against a depleted Sharks team? … Titans 12, Sharks 11.

Week 5 Grid HonorsHumphreys – Brice Bulotovich 6-for-16, 125 yards, two touchdowns. Criss Carlos seven tackles, four sacks. Owen “Thor” Williams four catches, 109 yards, one touchdown; eight tackles. Nate Hellams two interceptions. David Key 85 yards, three touchdowns, 11 carries.Daegu – William Bair 6-for-8, 110 yards, two touchdowns; two touchdown runs. Tommy Kazmierczak two touchdown catches; two interceptions.ASIJ – Jake Noddin 125 yards, 23 carries. Jo Tsusaka 24 yards, 2twotouchdowns, seven carries; one touchdown catch. Jack Ambrosino 9-for-13, 125 yards, one touchdown; 21 yards, two touchdowns, nine carries. Sho Hatakeyama 70 yards, four catches; one interception.Yokota – Kishaun Kimble-Brooks 108 yards, three touchdowns, six carries; 44-yard touchdown catch.Guam – Juan King Jr. 230 yards, 20 carries; 300 all-purpose yards; five total touchdowns. Avery Fernandez 15 tackles; two touchdown runs. T.J. Aguon four sacks. D.J. Williams two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery.Kinnick – Kacey Walker 100 yards, one touchdown, five carries; 60-yard touchdown pass. Harry Cheng 133 yards, two touchdowns, nine carries.Perry – Caeleb Ricafrente 68 yards, one touchdown, 18 carries; 99-yard kick-return touchdown.

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Dave Ornauer has been employed by or assigned to Stars and Stripes Pacific almost continuously since March 5, 1981. He covers interservice and high school sports at DODEA-Pacific schools and manages the Pacific Storm Tracker.
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