Football: Yokota routs Zama to even up record at season's end
CAMP ZAMA, Japan – As the curtain came down on Yokota football for the 2017 season, the Panthers got one last-hurrah rushing performance from departing star back Kishaun Kimble-Brooks and a glance at youngsters who might comprise the program’s future, coach Tim Pujol said.
Kimble-Brooks, a junior who transfers to Virginia after the school year, rushed just four times, but three were for touchdowns - 1, 55 and 70 yards on the game’s first play - and had two interceptions. Yokota went on to rout Zama 55-14 Friday.
“Excellent way to end the season,” Pujol said after extending his DODEA-Pacific record with his 142nd coaching win at Yokota, which finishes the season 4-4, riding a two-game winning streak. The Trojans finished 1-6.
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