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Farrington gets final OIA Open playoff berth

By Billy Hull on October 20, 2018

Farrington won a three-team coin toss today for the last playoff spot in the OIA Open Division, Govs coach Daniel Sanchez said. The Governors (2-8 overall) finished in a three-way tie with Kapolei and Waianae at 1-4 in league games. Farrington will play at top-seeded Mililani on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. No. 2 seed Campbell (7-3, 4-1) will host No. 3 seed Kahuku (6-3, 3-2) on Friday at 7:30 p.m. in a rematch of the Sabers’ 28-27 win in Ewa […]

GAME NIGHT 10/12: Farrington/Kahuku

By Billy Hull on October 12, 2018

No. 5 Kahuku 34, Farrington 8 ———- at Skippa Diaz Stadium Kahuku (5-3, 2-2) 14 7 0 13 — 34 Farrington (2-8, 1-4) 8 0 0 0 — 8 Far—Raymond Millare 80 pass from Chris Afe (Wendell Alob run) Kah—Mason Paulo 44 pass from Robbie Sauvao (Duke Heffernan kick) Kah—Toalei Lefau 16 pass from Sauvao (Heffernan kick) Kah—Zealand Matagi 19 run (Heffernan kick) Kah—FG Heffernan 23 Kah—Kai Noeau 13 fumble return (Heffernan kick) Kah—FG Heffernan 29 RUSHING—Kahuku: Matagi 20-72, Lefau […]

No. 1 Saint Louis allows 4 total yards in 66-point win

By Jason Kaneshiro on October 6, 2018

Saint Louis coach Cal Lee was typically understated after the Crusaders turned in a performance of three-pronged dominance Friday night. “Alright, decent,” was Lee’s summation of No. 1 Saint Louis’ 72-6 rout of Farrington at Skippa Diaz Stadium. Yes, the state’s winningest coach was pleased with the play of quarterback Jayden de Laura, who completed 13 of 17 passes for 254 yards and two touchdowns in less than a half of action. Yet, collectively, “you’re looking for 100 percent. We’re […]

GAME NIGHT 10/5: Farrington/Saint Louis

By Jason Kaneshiro on October 5, 2018

No. 1 Saint Louis 72, Farrington 6, FINAL  Saint Louis getting playing time for a lot of the roster and Logan Kalawaia breaks loose for 57 yards. The Crusaders take three knees and that’ll do it. On fourth-and-1, Farrington lines up to punt but Samsen Tanuvasa takes the short snap and picks up 27 yards for the Governors’ second first down of the night. Farrington’s first advance into Saint Louis territory ends with a mishandled snap for a loss of […]

Seariders overcome 3 deficits to earn first win

By Nick Abramo on September 29, 2018

Staring down the barrel of a possible winless season, Waianae’s football team showed yet again just how much of a backbone it has. The Seariders celebrated their homecoming by fighting back from deficits of 6-0, 12-6 and 19-15 to beat No. 10 Farrington 28-25 on Saturday night. “All our kids, they come with that sense of toughness,” Waianae coach Walter Young said after the victory. “They played with a sense of pride tonight all the way to the end.” It […]

GAME NIGHT 9/29: Farrington/Waianae

By Nick Abramo on September 29, 2018

Waianae 28, No. 10 Farrington 25, final 9:43: Game over. Last gasp pass falls incomplete. 9:42: Millare gets open and the ball sails out of his hands with 9 seconds left. Could have been a touchdown. 9:41: EJ Liua catches a 10-yard pass for a first down. 9:40: Fourth and 10. 30 seconds to go. 9:37: It’s third down and 10 from the Farrington 30 for the Govs. 0:37 to go in game. 9:34: Seariders are punting from their own […]

VIDEO: “Kalihi Bowl” goes Kamehameha’s way

By Paul Honda on September 23, 2018

The “Kalihi Bowl” has often boiled down to a battle of wills in the trenches. No. 6 Kamehameha prevailed in this matchup with No. 9 Farrington by producing two 100-yard rushers, Reino Bush and Alec Serrao, in a 32-21 victory. Kamehameha's Reino Bush and Alec Serrao both went over 100 yards rushing against Farrington on Friday, the first time two Warriors broke the century mark in the same game against an OIA school since Sam Parker and William Ahina at […]

Maafala yearning for complete game by Warriors

By Paul Honda on September 21, 2018

On paper, it was a solid, sweet homecoming win for the Kamehameha Warriors. For head coach Abu Maafala, it was less than stellar. Kamehameha’s 32-21 win over Farrington featured a dominant first half. Kamehameha improved to 2-3 in ILH Open play (3-3 overall) with a hard-earned win. The sixth-ranked Warriors outgained No. 9 Farrington 301-14 en route to a 16-0 lead by intermission. The home team also was in control of the score, 32-7, early in the fourth quarter. What […]