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Moanalua’s radical revival presses on

By Nick Abramo on October 7, 2017

If you thought Moanalua was out cold after five games, you were in the majority. Na Menehune were 0-5 and looked done as far as making the playoffs were concerned, but have now won four games in a row. Their 17-14 victory over Kailua in the first round of the Oahu Interscholastic Association Division I playoffs Saturday night at Skippa Diaz Stadium sets up a quarterfinal game against undefeated and second-ranked Mililani next weekend. Going back to last season, Moanalua […]

GAME NIGHT 10/7: Kailua/Moanalua

By Hawaii Prep World on October 7, 2017

The OIA D-I playoffs continue with a doubleheader today at Skippa Diaz Stadium. Here is our game preview of Kailua/Moanalua. KAILUA SURFRIDERS (4-4, 3-4 OIA Red) Head coach: Joseph Wong Surfriders roster VS. MOANALUA NA MENEHUNE (3-5, 3-4 OIA Blue) Head coach: Savai’i Eselu Na Menehune roster Moanalua 17, Kailua 14, FINAL  At Skippa Diaz Stadium Kailua (4-5, 3-5)    7    7    0    0    —    14 Moanalua (4-5, 4-4)    14    0    3    0    —    17 Moanalua—Ethan Feguis-Tavares 82 fumble return (Griffin Motas […]

OIA FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: Kailua/Moanalua

By Hawaii Prep World on October 5, 2017

OIA D-I First Round The matchup: Kailua (4-4) vs. Moanalua (3-5) Location/Time: Farrington, Saturday, 4 p.m. Head-to-head (since 1973): Kailua leads 11-4 Last meeting: Kailua 16, Moanalua 13, Aug. 13, 2016. Mark Lagazo (Kail) 24 carries, 100 yards, TD They’re not mirror images, though there are some similarities that will ring true for the Surfriders and Na Menehune when they meet on Saturday at Skippa Diaz Stadium in the opening round of the OIA Division I playoffs. Besides the blue […]

GAME NIGHT 9/30: Mililani/Kailua

By Hawaii Prep World on September 30, 2017

No. 3 Mililani has already clinched the OIA Red title. A win would give Kailua a four seed. Top performances in the series Kailua passing vs. Mililani: Taleki Mailau with 387 yards in 2000 Kailua rushing vs. Mililani: Brenton Harbottle with 284 yards in 2001 Kailua receiving vs. Mililani: Ryan Lum with 163 yards in 2000 Mililani passing vs. Kailua: McKenzie Milton with 270 yards in 2014 Mililani rushing vs. Kailua: Brian Daniels with 279 yards in 2000 Mililani receiving […]

GAME NIGHT 9/23: Kailua/Leilehua

By Hawaii Prep World on September 23, 2017

Both teams need a win to remain in the hunt for a first-round bye in the OIA playoffs. Top performances in series Kailua passing vs. Leilehua: Peter Wolfe with 286 yards in 1988 Kailua rushing vs. Leilehua: Josh Uelese with 277 yards in 2000 Kailua receiving vs. Leilehua: Shannon Leong with 144 yards in 1994 Leilehua passing vs. Kailua: Kalanimoku Pauole with 326 yards in 2014 Leilehua rushing vs. Kailua: Manu Haunga with 175 yards in 1994 Leilehua receiving vs. […]

Rivalry swings Kailua’s way

By Brian McInnis on September 16, 2017

It always means a little extra when neighbors square off for bragging rights. That’s perhaps even more true in a time where the OIA’s current division construction has teams from opposite poles of the island squaring off regularly, instead of the traditional focus on East-West regional play. But Castle and Kailua are, for now, back in the same division, the OIA Red. And that means, for now, a fun annual Windward-side competition. It was renewed Friday night when Kailua headed […]

GAME NIGHT 9/15: Castle/Kailua

By Hawaii Prep World on September 15, 2017

It’s always fun when Kailua and Castle meet for bragging rights. Both teams are fighting for a chance to finish in the top two in the OIA Red and get a first-round bye in the playoffs. Top performances in series (Kailua leads 24-20 in modern era) Kailua passing vs. Castle: Kelroy Kohatsu with 200 yards in 2003 Kailua rushing vs. Castle: Jarrin Young with 229 yards in 2011 Kailua receiving vs. Castle: John Kapa with 107 yards in 1998 Castle […]

Kapolei gets back on solid football ground

By Nick Abramo on September 10, 2017

That sinking feeling is over for Kapolei. The Hurricanes (3-3, 2-3 Oahu Interscholastic Association Red) broke a three-game losing streak by routing No. 8 Kailua 33-0 at Alex Kane Stadium on Saturday night. They did it by securing eight turnovers, a performance that may put them back into the Honolulu Star-Advertiser Top 10. Simply put, had it been a fourth loss in a row — to a ranked team — the hole may have been one that they may not […]