GAME NIGHT 11/4: Hilo/Maui

Hilo running back Kahale Huddleston ripped through the 'Iolani defense to start the season and has not stopped since. Marco Garcia / Special to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

A night after Konawaena became the first BIIF team ever to reach a state final, the Hilo Vikings have the opportunity to advance to the Division I final of the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Football State Championships with a win over Maui.

Kickoff is 7 p.m. at Wong Stadium. Live updates will follow below.

BIIF at the football state tournament
Division I: 0-19
2016: Leilehua 26, Hilo 25 (Keaau Stadium); at Campbell 48, Waiakea 0
2015: Mililani 62, Hilo 18 (Aloha Stadium)
2014: Kahuku 20, Hilo 10 (Aloha Stadium)
2013: Campbell 42, Hilo 27 (Keaau Stadium)
2012: Farrington 34, at Kealakehe 25
2011: Leilehua 35, at Kealakehe 24
2010: at Waianae 34, Kealakehe 16
2009: Farrington 48, Honokaa 16 (Kealakehe Stadium)
2008: Farrington 30, Kealakehe 13 (Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium)
2007: Waianae 21, at Kealakehe 17
2006: at Waianae 28, Kealakehe 14
2005: Waianae 21, at Kealakehe 14
2004: Leilehua 28, at Kealakehe 7
2003: Farrington 27, Hilo 0 (Keaau Stadium)
2002: Castle 35, Hawaii Prep 0 (Aloha Stadium).
2001: Kailua 53, Waiakea 8 (Wong Stadium)
2000: Kaimuki 20, Hilo 0 (Wong Stadium)
1999: Kahuku 47, Konawaena 14 (Aloha Stadium)

Division II: 5-14
2017: at Konawaena 53, Waipahu 50 (semifinal)
2016: Lahainaluna 28, at Konawaena 14 (semifinal). (Lahainaluna won state title.)
2015: at Konawaena 42, Damien 33; Radford 48, Konawaena 46 (semifinal, Ticky). (Radford won state title.)
2014: at Kamehameha-Hawaii 42, Nanakuli 20; Lahainaluna 52, Kamehameha-Hawaii 7 (semifinal, War Memorial).
2013: at Kaiser 59, Konawaena 6. (Kaiser won state title.)
2012: Nanakuli 25, at Konawaena 23.
2011: Lahainaluna 23, Konawaena 6 (War Memorial)
2010: Kaimuki 14, at Kamehameha-Hawaii 9
2009: Hawaii Prep 17, at Moanalua 14; at Kauai 28, Hawaii Prep 14 (Vidinha Stadium)
2008: Campbell 25, at Konawaena 15
2007: Kaimuki 22, Kamehameha-Hawaii 0 (Kaiser Stadium)
2006: Waipahu 27, at Kamehameha-Hawaii 12
2005: at Moanalua 34, Kamehameha-Hawaii 20
2004: Hawaii Prep 41, Waipahu 16 (James Alegre Stadium); ‘Iolani 17, Hawaii Prep 7 (semifinal, Kunuiakea Stadium)
2003: Lahainaluna 21, Hawaii Prep 14 (War Memorial)

Hilo 26, Maui 7

Hilo earns the BIIF’s first win in 19 tries in the D-I state tournament. Will play Damien in state final.

at Wong Stadium
Maui (5-6) 0 7 0 0 — 7
Hilo (9-1) 0 7 7 12 — 26

Hilo—Guyson Ogata 14 pass from Kaleo Apao (Kahaku Tolentino-Perry kick)
Maui—Naia Nakamoto 67 run (Kalia Kapisi kick)
Hilo—Kaleo Ramos 8 run (Tolentino-Perry kick)
Hilo—FG Keanu Keolanui 18
Hilo—Kahale Huddleston 5 run (Tolentino-Perry kick)
Hilo—Safety, punt snapped out of end zone

RUSHING—Maui: Nakamoto 24-127, Solomone Tongi 7-33, Kainalu Tancayo 4-(minus 9), team 1-(minus 24). Hilo: Apao 17-125, Huddleston 13-62, Ramos 7-22, Logan Respicio 1-(minus 2), team 1-(minus 2).
PASSING—Maui: Nakamoto 1-2-0-33, Tancayo 2-6-2-10. Hilo: Apao 7-17-2-57.
RECEIVING—Maui: Sylvester Sonognini 1-33, Trent Takara 1-6, Mitchell Hirose 1-4. Hilo: Kainalu Tioganco 3-29, Kalae Akui 2-18, Ogata 1-14, Huddleston 1-(minus 4

Vikings add a safety as Maui with a bad snap on a punt out of the back of the end zone.

Maui fumbles again. Wheels have come off for Sabers. Hilo misses a field goal.

Kahale Huddleston with a 5-yard TD run. 24-7, 7:45.

Bello gets his second pick of the game off a tipped pass. Vikings in full control now.

Apao has a 43-yard run and a face-mask penalty added to it. Sabers call a timeout with Hilo third-and-goal at the 2. 9:48 remaining. Apao stopped after a gain of 1. Hilo will kick. Keanu Keolanui hits the 18-yard FG.

Vikings ball on their 46 after a Maui punt. 11:05 to go.

END 3
at Wong Stadium
Maui (5-5) 0 7 0
Hilo (8-1) 0 7 7

Hilo—Guyson Ogata 14 pass from Kaleo Apao (Kahaku Tolentino-Perry kick)
Maui—Naia Nakamoto 67 run (Kalia Kapisi kick)
Hilo—Kaleo Ramos 8 run (Tolentino-Perry kick)

RUSHING—Maui: Nakamoto 21-115, Solomone Tongi 6-29, Kainalu Tancayo 3-0. Hilo: Kahale Huddleston 10-53, Apao 11-58, Ramos 4-18.
PASSING—Maui: Nakamoto 1-2-0-33, Tancayo 1-3-1-4. Hilo: Apao 7-17-2-57.
RECEIVING—Maui: Sylvester Sonognini 1-33, Mitchell Hirose 1-4. Hilo: Kainalu Tioganco 3-29, Kalae Akui 2-18, Ogata 1-14, Huddleston 1-(minus 4).

Hilo now going with a triple option look and they gash Maui. Apao with a 30-yard run and then Kaleo Ramos with an 8-yard TD run. Vikings up 14-7, 3:57.

Vikings on their 39 after forcing a three-and-out.

Micah Bello with the INT for Hilo and he returns it 47 yards to the 13. Hilo can’t convert as it misses a 24-yard field goal.

Jamie Elisara Fisher forces a Huddleston fumble and Lotu Pulu recovers for Maui on the 45 of Hilo.

HALFTIME
at Wong Stadium
Maui (5-5) 0 7
Hilo (8-1) 0 7

Hilo—Guyson Ogata 14 pass from Kaleo Apao (Kahaku Tolentino-Perry kick)
Maui—Naia Nakamoto 67 run (Kalia Kapisi kick)

RUSHING—Maui: Nakamoto 17-118, Kainalu Tancayo 3-0, Solomone Tongi 1-(minus 1). Hilo: Kahale Huddleston 7-36, Apao 6-26
PASSING—Maui: Nakamoto 1-1-0-33, Tancayo 0-1-0-0. Hilo: Apao 6-15-2-48.
RECEIVING—Maui: Sylvester Sonognini 1-33. Hilo: Kainalu Tioganco 3-29, Ogata 1-14, Kalae Akui 1-9, Huddleston 1-(minus 4).

Maui’s first play following the score is a 67-yard TD run by Naia Nakamoto. He took the handoff right after taking most of the snaps so far as the wildcat QB. 7-7, 2:51.

Guyson Ogata catches a 14-yard TD pass from Kaleo Apao. 7-0 Vikings, 3:12, Q2.

Hilo gets a 61-yard punt from its 1 to turn field position.

END 1
at Wong Stadium
Maui (5-5) 0
Hilo (8-1) 0

RUSHING—Maui: Naia Nakamoto 10-24, Solomone Tongi 1-(minus 1), Kainalu Tancayo 1-(minus 2). Hilo: Kahale Huddleston 2-9, Kaleo Apao 3-(-2).
PASSING—Maui: Nakamoto 1-1-0-33. Hilo: Apao 1-5-2-14.
RECEIVING—Maui: Sylvester Sonognini 1-33. Hilo: Kainalu Tioganco 1-14.

Josiah Pires with a pick. Second INT for Maui defense.

Sabers have to punt on second drive. I will give stats at end of quarter.

Sorry guy we are so far away from the field and there are no yardage markers. Got to focus on taking stats. Maui punts on its first drive and Hilo is picked off by Tevita Takitaki.

Hilo won the toss and will defer. Sabers ball first.

COMMENTS

  1. Austin Chang November 4, 2017 9:24 pm

    Last time Damien and Hilo played was in 9/1/1989, Damien won 41-27 against Hilo


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