DAY 1: D-I boys soccer state tournament

'Iolani's Zach Gaoiran (11) got past Kaiser's Tytan Yamanaka (6) during the first half of the Raiders' 4-0 win on Monday. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.

Three different ‘Iolani players scored in the first 18 minutes to lead the host Raiders to a 4-0 win over Kaiser in the opening round of the Queen’s Medical Center/HHSAA Boys Soccer State Championships this afternoon.

Lincoln Oishi added a second goal in the 48th minute and Jacob Lee and Brendan Parke also netted goals for ‘Iolani (11-2-1), which is in the quarterfinals for the third straight year.

The Raiders will play defending co-state champion and No. 1 seed Hawaii Prep on Thursday at 5 p.m. at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium.

The Cougars were shut out for the second straight game and finished the season 10-4 after starting the year 8-0.

Pearl City 2, Baldwin 1 (PKs)

Kainoa Wong scored in the 11th minute and the Chargers won a shootout, 5-3, to eliminate the defending co-state champion Bears.

Malu Plunkett scored the equalizer for Baldwin in the 61st minute.

The Chargers advance to play OIA champion Kapolei in the quarterfinals on Thursday at 3 p.m. The Hurricanes shut out the Chargers 3-0 in the regular season on Dec. 27.

Kalani 1, Hilo 0

Minjae Kim was the lone goal scorer to power the Falcons past the Vikings into the state quarterfinals.

Kalani, the 2013 D-I champion which is playing in its seventh straight state tournament, won a winner’s bracket game for the first time in three years.

The Falcons will play ILH champion Punahou in the fourth quarterfinal on Thursday at 7 p.m. The Buffanblu shut out Kalani 2-0 in the first round in 2017 in the first meeting between the two schools at states since the Falcons won a shootout to win the ’13 state title.

Mililani 4, Campbell 0

Ayden Lawes scored two goals to lead the Trojans (13-1), who own the longest active streak of playing in the state tournament at 12 in a row.

Jacob Prothero and Jvon Cunningham added the other goals for Mililani, which bounced back from its first loss of the season, 3-0 to Kapolei in the OIA title game.

The Trojans advance to play MIL champion King Kekaulike on Thursday at 1 p.m. The two teams have never played each other at states.

HHSAA D-I TOURNAMENT

Match #DateMatchupTime/ScoresSite
1Feb. 4'Iolani vs. KaiserIol, 4-0'Iolani
2Feb. 4Hilo vs. KalaniKaln, 1-0Hilo
3Feb. 4Baldwin vs. Pearl CityPC, 2-1 (5-3 PKs)War Memorial Stadium
4Feb. 4Mililani vs. CampbellMil, 4-0Mililani
5Feb. 7(2) King Kekaulike vs. MililaniMil, 2-0Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium
6Feb. 7(4) Kapolei vs. Pearl CityKapo, 1-0 (OT)Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium
7Feb. 7(1) Hawaii Prep vs. 'IolaniIol, 2-1Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium
8Feb. 7(3) Punahou vs. KalaniPun, 2-1Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium
9*Feb. 8Pearl City vs. Hawaii PrepHPA, 6-1Waipio
10*Feb. 8King Kekaulike vs. KalaniKK, 5-1Waipio
11Feb. 8Mililani vs. PunahouPun, 3-2 (5-3 PKs)Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium
12Feb. 8Kapolei vs. 'IolaniIol, 3-2Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium
13*Feb. 9Hawaii Prep vs. King KekaulikeKK, 3-1Waipio
14*Feb. 9Mililani vs. KapoleiKapo, 5-1Waipio
15Feb. 9Punahou vs. 'IolaniPun, 1-0 (OT)Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium
* — consolation

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