Sego, Williams, Savoy power Kadena past Singapore 45-6

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Singapore QB Austin Napierski gets wrapped up by Kadena's Brayden Frederick as Panthers teammate Uriah Morris comes in to help on Oct. 10, 2016.  Jessica Bidwell/Stars and Stripes
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Singapore QB Austin Napierski gets wrapped up by Kadena's Brayden Frederick as Panthers teammate Uriah Morris comes in to help on Oct. 10, 2016. Jessica Bidwell/Stars and Stripes

Sego, Williams, Savoy power Kadena past Singapore 45-6

by: Dave Ornauer | .
Stars and Stripes | .
published: October 11, 2016

KADENA AIR BASE, Okinawa — Kadena tuned up for its critical Saturday showdown at American School In Japan by clipping Singapore’s All-Star Eagles in the Panthers’ fourth one-sided victory of the season.

Cody Sego ran for a touchdown and passed for another, and three running backs ran for TDs as Kadena cruised to a 45-6 victory in a rare Monday afternoon contest on Columbus Day. The game was played with a running clock from just before halftime.

It was the second of three games in a tiring of 15-day stretch for Kadena. Coach Sergio Mendoza said Singapore gave the Panthers a solid test in preparation for the ASIJ game despite the lopsided score.

“They’re strong, they’re tough; we needed a game like this to test ourselves. This is the most physical team we’ve played,” Mendoza said. “It’s always tough when you go on the road. There are always challenges when you don’t travel. Staying focused. Being resilient.”

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