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Top TenThe Top Ten teams in the Stars and Stripes' Pacific high school football ratings, with records through Oct. 13, 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, Nile C. Kinnick 5-0 480 1 2, Kadena 4-1 464 2 3, Father Duenas, Guam 8-0 460 2 4, George Washington, Guam 6-1 448 4 5, Guam High 6-2 432 5 6, American School In Japan 2-2 424 6 7, Zama 3-2 416 7 8, John F. Kennedy, Guam 5-3 404 8 9, Robert D. Edgren 2-0 396 10 10, Osan 2-1 388 --

Week 9 Fearless ForecastFriday

Division IASIJ at Kubasaki, 5 p.m. – Two teams playing for pride, Mustangs salve their wounds of last week with a solid win on Okinawa. … Mustangs 20, Dragons 12.

Division IIZama at Edgren, 7 p.m. – A battle of the unbeatens and the last of the de facto Far East playoff semifinals sees the Trojans escape one of the hardest places for a road team to win with host rights to the Division II final. … Trojans 18, Eagles 16.

Saturday

InterdistrictHumphreys at Yokota, 1 p.m. – Two more teams playing for pride, visiting Division I Blackhawks get their second win over a Division II opponent this season. … Blackhawks 21, Panthers 13.

Guam semifinalsGuam High at George Washington, 7 p.m. – Seems like these two teams meet in the semis every year, and this year’s result will be the same; Geckos move on to meet Father Duenas in the Bamboo Bowl. … Geckos 19, Panthers 15.John F. Kennedy vs. Father Duenas, 7 p.m. – No chance, really, of the Islanders’ snapping the Friars’ lengthy winning streak. Make that 39 in a row for FD. … Friars 23, Islanders 9.

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