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For now, it looks as if all eight teams will be ready to suit up for football action on Guam this week, first time this season no forfeits are expected.

But hold the phone. A couple of power generators on the island are on the fritz, meaning the power utility will likely be doing load-shedding power outages through the weekend. That might affect a game or two, since three of the four games are slated at night.


Korea, Division IIDaegu at Humphreys, 6 p.m. – While the three-time defending Far East Division II champion Warriors were successful in their season opener, the Blackhawks were more successful, but against a Korean team. How will that pan out when they face each other? … Blackhawks 18, Warriors 11.

JapanRobert D. Edgren at American School In Japan,5:15 p.m. – Mustangs take the first prep step toward a possible run at school-first Division I title glory against an Eagles team as physically small as its depleted numbers. … Mustangs 21, Eagles 7.

GuamFather Duenas Memorial at Guam High, 7 p.m. – Defending league and regular-season champions already have a game under their belt, plus a week’s rest before facing the rusty Panthers, who’ve not played yet. … Friars 22, Panthers 8.John F. Kennedy vs. Simon Sanchez at Dededo, 7 p.m. – Islanders are one of two league teams with more than a game under their belt. Regarding Sharks, see Panthers above. … Islanders 19, Sharks 9.


Division ISeoul American at Kadena, 2 p.m. – For the visiting Falcons, the mantra should be take care of the football against a Panthers team that took advantage of most every turnover they forced in their opener. … Panthers 20, Falcons 6.

Japan, Division IIZama at Matthew C. Perry, 10 a.m. – An early riser for both teams, but which will prevail, the one that fell back in the closing minutes against Yokota or the one that hasn’t played yet? … Samurai 14, Trojans 13.

GuamOkkodo at Southern, 10 a.m. – A pair of cellar dwellers each trying to right the ship; Bulldogs at least have had the edge of on-field time. … Bulldogs 12, Dolphins 7.Tiyan at George Washington, 7 p.m. – A Geckos team with the benefit of having at least played once against a Titans team that has yet to take the field. … Geckos 17, Titans 3.

Week 2 grid honorsKadena – Jericho Williams 131 yards, one touchdown, 18 carries. Uriah Morris 59 yards, one touchdown, 11 carries. Cody Sego 5-for-10, 83 yards, two touchdowns; 40 yards, one touchdown, two carries. Owen Sinning one touchdown catch; one interception.Kubasaki – Braylan Pittman 114 yards, 17 carries; 21 yards, one catch.Humphreys – Brice Bulotovich 8-for-15, 220 yards, four touchdowns; 24 yards, three carries. Miles Brice 55 yards, seven carries; 22 yards, one catch. Nate Hellams 92 yards, two touchdowns, three catches. Criss Carlos nine tackles, three sacks. David Key nine tackles. Jaylan Horne two fumble recoveries.Seoul American – David Messinger 143 yards total offense, one touchdown. Levi Johnson 127 all-purpose yards; one interception. Binnie Ruiz two sacks.Daegu – Keith Williams one sack, one tackle for safety. Tommy Kazmierczak two interceptions. Jarvis Stokes 50-yard game-winning touchdown run.Yokota – T.J. Reney 9-for-12, 136 yards. Jalen Harrison 38 yards, two touchdowns, nine carries. Kishaun Kimble-Brooks 47 yards, three carries; 55 yards, two catches. Kameron Joseph 51 yards, two returns; 41 yards, two catches.

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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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