GAME NIGHT: 2017

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Week-by-week results of all Hawaii high school games with links to “Game Night” posts when available.

Week 16

Saint Louis receiver Jonah Panoke made the game winning 53-yard touchdown catch, pulling the ball from Kahuku defensive back Alex Fonoimoana-Vaomu with 37 seconds left in the Open Division state final on Saturday at Aloha Stadium. Photo by Steven Erler / Special to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

SATURDAY, NOV. 18
Open Division state final
>> Saint Louis 31, Kahuku 28, at Aloha Stadium
Division I state final
>> Hilo 35, Damien 19, at Aloha Stadium
Division II state final
>> Lahainaluna 75, Konawaena 69, 7OT, at Aloha Stadium

Week 15

Duke Heffernan falls to the ground after catching the winning touchdown pass from Sol-Jay Maiava as Waianae defensive back Kanai Mauga gets there a second too late. Bruce Asato / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

FRIDAY, NOV. 10
D-I Open state semifinals
>> No. 1 Saint Louis 47, No. 3 Mililani 23, at Aloha Stadium
>> No. 2 Kahuku 10, No. 6 Waianae 7, at Aloha Stadium

Week 14

Konawaena quarterback Austin Ewing found the end zone for one of his two rushing touchdowns before Waipahu’s Zeondre Benjamin could tackle him in the Wildcats’ 53-50 win over the Marauders in the D-II semifinals of the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Football State Championships. Courtesy photo by Rick Winters

FRIDAY, NOV. 3
D-II state semifinals
>> No. 7 Lahainaluna 35, ‘Iolani 27, at War Memorial Stadium
>> At Konawaena 53, Waipahu 50

SATURDAY, NOV. 4
D-I state semifinals
>> Damien 13, Kauai 10, at Vidinha Stadium
>> No. 10 Hilo 26, Maui 7, at Wong Stadium
OIA D-I final
>> No. 3 Kahuku 35, No. 2 Mililani 31, at Aloha Stadium
OIA third-place game
>> No. 6 Waianae 29, No. 8 Campbell 21, OT, at Aloha Stadium

Week 13

Damien coach Eddie Klaneski gets the shower after a 13-12 win over St. Francis to win the Monarchs’ third consecutive ILH D-II championship. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.

THURSDAY, OCT. 26
OIA D-II final
>> No. 9 Waipahu 23, Pearl City 22, at Aloha Stadium

FRIDAY, OCT. 27
ILH D-II final
>> Damien 13, St. Francis 12, at Aloha Stadium

Week 12

Kahuku linebacker Fatu Atuaia sacked Campbell quarterback Krenston Kaipo in the first quarter of the Red Raiders’ 42-7 win over the Sabers in the OIA semifinals. Photo by Marco Garcia/Special to the Star-Advertiser.

FRIDAY, OCT. 20
OIA D-I semifinals
>> No. 2 Kahuku 42, No. 7 Campbell 7, at Aloha Stadium
>> No. 3 Mililani 42, No. 6 Waianae 6, at Aloha Stadium
BIIF D-II championship game
>> At Konawaena 17, Kamehameha-Hawaii 9
MIL
>> Maui 26, Baldwin 13, at War Memorial Stadium

SATURDAY, OCT. 21
ILH D-I championship game
>> No. 1 Saint Louis 38, No. 4 Kamehameha 2, at Aloha Stadium
ILH D-II playoffs
>> St. Francis 15, Damien 14, at Aloha Stadium
BIIF D-I championship game
>> At Hilo 38, Kealakehe 18
KIF
>> Kapaa 16, Kauai 0, at Vidinha Stadium
MIL
>> At No. 8 Lahainaluna 49, Kamehameha-Maui 7
BIIF 8-man championship game
>> At Ka’u 38, Pahoa 24

Week 11

Kamehameha’s Skyler Ramos made a diving catch while guarded closely by Punahou’s Tanner Ono. Photo by Darryl Oumi/Special to the Star-Advertiser.

FRIDAY, OCT. 13
ILH D-I playoffs
>> No. 5 Kamehameha 44, No. 4 Punahou 31, at Aloha Stadium
OIA D-I quarterfinals
>> At No. 2 Kahuku 35, No. 10 Kapolei 7
>> At No. 3 Mililani 49, Moanalua 14
>> At No. 7 Waianae 27, Farrington 21
ILH D-II playoffs
>> Damien 30, Pac-Five 20, at Aloha Stadium
>> St. Francis 43, at ‘Iolani 19
OIA D-II semifinals
>> At Waipahu 38, Roosevelt 0
>> At Pearl City 7, Kaimuki 0
MIL
>> Maui 45, King Kekaulike 6, at War Memorial Stadium
BIIF 8-man
>> Kohala vs. Pahoa, at Keaau High field (canceled)

SATURDAY, OCT. 14
OIA D-I quarterfinals
>> No. 9 Campbell 10, No. 6 Leilehua 6
KIF
>> Waimea 55, Kapaa 38
MIL
>> Baldwin 59, at Kamehameha-Maui 47

Week 10

St. Francis wide receiver Scott McLeod tried to haul in a pass ahead of Damien defensive back Akila Arecchi in a game at Aloha Stadium. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.

FRIDAY, OCT. 6
OIA D-I playoffs
>> At No. 8 Campbell 24, Castle 9
>> At Kapolei 41, Aiea 0
OIA D-II
>> Roosevelt 47, at Waialua 7
>> Waipahu 56, McKinley 0, at Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium
>> Kaimuki 49, Kalaheo 7, at Skippa Diaz Stadium
BIIF
>> At Keaau 40, Waiakea 20
>> Kamehameha-Hawaii 35, at Honokaa 13
MIL
>> At No. 9 Lahainaluna 17, Baldwin 14, OT

SATURDAY, OCT. 13
OIA D-I playoffs
>> Moanalua 17, Kailua 14, at Skippa Diaz Stadium
>> At Farrington 36, Radford 14
ILH D-I
>> No. 1 Saint Louis 40, No. 4 Punahou 20, at Aloha Stadium
ILH D-II
>> St. Francis 19, No. 10 Damien 0, at Aloha Stadium
>> At ‘Iolani 34, Pac-Five 0
BIIF
>> At Hilo 42, Kealakehe 29
>> Konawaena 2, at Hawaii Prep 0 (forfeit)
KIF
>> Kauai 23, Waimea 3, at Hanapepe Stadium
MIL
>> At Kamehameha-Maui 2, King Kekaulike 0 (forfeit)
BIIF 8-man
>> At Ka’u 60, Kohala 0

Week 9

Kapolei receiver Tamatoa Mokiao-Atimalala reached out with the ball at the goal line on Friday to score a touchdown for the Hurricanes, who clinched a playoff berth with a win over Nanakuli. Photo by Steven Erler/Special to the Star-Advertiser.

FRIDAY, SEPT. 29
ILH D-I
>> No. 1 Saint Louis 23, No. 5 Kamehameha 12, at Aloha Stadium
OIA D-I
>> No. 2 Kahuku 45, at No. 7 Campbell 6
>> At No. 10 Leilehua 33, No. 8 Farrington 6
>> Kapolei 36, at Nanakuli 0
>> Moanalua 21, Radford 20, at Aiea High field
ILH D-II
>> ‘Iolani 45, St. Francis 29, at Aloha Stadium
OIA D-II
>> Kalani 41, Kalaheo 13, at Kaiser Stadium
>> At Pearl City 42, McKinley 0
BIIF
>> At Hilo 63, Keaau 0
>> Konawaena 13, at Kamehameha-Hawaii 12
MIL
>> No. 9 Lahainaluna 52, King Kekaulike 0, at War Memorial Stadium

SATURDAY, SEPT. 30
OIA D-I
>> At No. 3 Mililani 52, Kailua 0
>> No. 5 Waianae 2, at Kaiser 0 (forfeit)
OIA D-II
>> Waipahu 35, Kaimuki 14, at Skippa Diaz Stadium
ILH D-II
>> No. 10 Damien 2, Pac-Five 0, at Skippa Diaz Stadium (forfeit)
BIIF
>> Honokaa 42, at Hawaii Prep 0
>> At Kealakehe 35, Waiakea 24
KIF
>> Kauai 30, Kapaa 0, at Vidinha Stadium
MIL
>> Maui 27, Kamehameha-Maui 23, at War Memorial Stadium
BIIF 8-man
>> Pahoa 46, at Kohala 36
MIL 8-man
Championship game
>> At Molokai 73, Lanai 38
Third-place game
>> Hana 8, at Seabury Hall 6

Week 8

Waipahu’s Fiva Tulafale went airborne over Pearl City’s RJ Kami in the Marauders’ 37-6 win. Photo by Darryl Oumi/Special to the Star-Advertiser.

THURSDAY, SEPT. 21
BIIF 8-man
>> Ka’u 18, Pahoa 12, at Keaau High field
MIL 8-man
>> Lanai 48, Seabury Hall 30, at War Memorial Stadium
>> Molokai 48, Hana 6, at War Memorial Stadium

FRIDAY, SEPT. 22
ILH D-I
>> No. 4 Punahou 21, No. 5 Kamehameha 17, at Aloha Stadium
OIA D-I
>> At No. 6 Waianae 44, Aiea 0
>> Moanalua 2, at Kaiser 0 (forfeit)
ILH D-II
>> No. 10 Damien 42, at ‘Iolani 35, OT
OIA D-II
>> Kalaheo 25, Waialua 14, at Kailua High field
>> At Waipahu 37, Pearl City 6
>> Roosevelt 30, Kalani 10, at Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium
BIIF
>> Hilo 28, at Kamehameha-Hawaii 14
>> Kealakehe 31, at Honokaa 14
MIL
>> Baldwin 55, King Kekaulike 6, at War Memorial Stadium

SATURDAY, SEPT. 23
ILH D-I
>> No. 1 Saint Louis 56, Narbonne 50 (Los Angeles), at Aloha Stadium
OIA D-I
>> At No. 2 Kahuku 64, Radford 0
>> At No. 3 Mililani 44, Nanakuli 33
>> At No. 7 Farrington 53, Castle 16
>> At Leilehua 38, Kailua 14
ILH D-II
>> St. Francis 47, Pac-Five 6, at Kunuiakea Stadium
BIIF
>> Keaau 45, at Hawaii Prep 0
>> Konawaena 57, at Waiakea 8
KIF
>> Waimea 34, Kapaa 24, at Hanapepe Stadium
MIL
>> At No. 9 Lahainaluna 24, Maui 17

Week 7

Saint Louis wide receiver Mitchell Quinn hauled in a pass for a touchdown ahead of Punahou defensive back Tanner Ono. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.

FRIDAY, SEPT. 15
OIA D-I
>> No. 3 Mililani 42, at Kapolei 21
>> No. 10 Campbell 35, at Radford 19
>> At Leilehua 51, Nanakuli 14
>> Kailua 26, at Castle 7
>> Moanalua 31, at Aiea 27
OIA D-II
>> McKinley 22, at Waialua 0
ILH D-II
>> Damien 27, St. Francis 20, at Skippa Diaz Stadium
BIIF
>> At Konawaena 24, No. 6 Hilo 14
>> At Keaau 30, Honokaa 15
MIL
>> No. 9 Lahainaluna 39, at Kamehameha-Maui 19

SATURDAY, SEPT. 16
ILH D-I
>> No. 1 Saint Louis 49, No. 4 Punahou 13, at Aloha Stadium
ILH D-II
>> ‘Iolani 55, Pac-Five 20, at Aloha Stadium
OIA D-I
>> At No. 2 Kahuku 2, Kaiser 0 (forfeit)
OIA D-II
>> Pearl City 17, Kaimuki 15, at Skippa Diaz Stadium
>> Waipahu 49, Kalani 0, at Kaiser Stadium
BIIF
>> Kamehameha-Hawaii 47, at Waiakea 0
>> At Kealakehe 54, Hawaii Prep 0
>> Ka’u 48, at Kohala 0 (8-man)
KIF
>> Waimea 16, Kauai 14, at Vidinha Stadium
MIL
>> Maui 32, Baldwin 21, at War Memorial Stadium
>> At Molokai 72, Lanai 38 (8-man)
>> At Hana 48, Seabury Hall 13 (8-man)

Week 6

Mililani running back Darius Muasau dove into the end zone for a touchdown against Farrington. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.

FRIDAY, SEPT. 8
OIA D-I
>> No. 4 Mililani 42, at No. 6 Farrington 6
>> Leilehua 43, at Castle 6
>> At Aiea 2, Kaiser 0, forfeit
ILH D-II
>> St. Francis 43, at ‘Iolani 26
OIA D-II
>> At Waipahu 63, Waialua 7
>> Kaimuki 42, McKinley 6, at Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium
>> Roosevelt 49, Kalaheo 7, at Kailua High field
BIIF
>> At Kamehameha-Hawaii 62, Hawaii Prep 7
>> At Konawaena 40, Honokaa 7
>> Pahoa 32, Kohala 6, at Keaau High field (8-man)
KIF
>> Kauai 27, Kapaa 17, at Vidinha Stadium
MIL
>> Baldwin 46, Kamehameha-Maui 14, at War Memorial Stadium
Nonleague
>> Kalani 19, at Mount Tahoma (Tacoma, Wash.) 9

SATURDAY, SEPT. 9
ILH D-I
>> No. 3 Punahou 21, No. 5 Kamehameha 0, at Aloha Stadium
OIA D-I
>> Kapolei 33, at No. 8 Kailua 0
>> No. 10 Waianae 47, at Radford 15
>> Campbell 51, Moanalua 6, at Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium
ILH D-II
>> Damien 39, Pac-Five 18, at Aloha Stadium
BIIF
>> No. 7 Hilo 54, at Waiakea 0
>> Kealakehe 59, at Keaau 6
MIL
>> Maui 55, at King Kekaulike 0, at War Memorial Stadium
>> At Molokai 35, Seabury Hall 29 (8-man)
Nonleague
>> Bingham (South Jordan, Utah) 17, No. 2 Kahuku 0, at Sam Boyd Stadium, Las Vegas
>> At Lanai 90, Ka’u 58 (8-man)

Week 5

Waianae’s Rico Rosario set the Seariders’ single-game rushing mark with 244 yards against Moanalua. Photo by Steven Erler/Special to the Star-Advertiser.

FRIDAY, SEPT. 1
ILH D-I
>> No. 1 Saint Louis 44, No. 5 Kamehameha 0, at Aloha Stadium
OIA D-I
>> No. 2 Kahuku 51, at Aiea 7
>> No. 7 Farrington 3, at No. 6 Kailua 0
>> At Campbell 71, Kaiser 0
>> Castle 49, at Nanakuli 35
ILH D-II
>> St. Francis 35, Pac-Five 21, at Aloha Stadium
OIA D-II
>> Kaimuki 14, at Roosevelt 6
>> At Pearl City 31, Kalaheo 0
Nonleague
>> No. 3 Mililani 49, at Clayton Valley Charter (Concord, Calif.) 30
>> At Centennial (Gresham, Ore.) 14, Radford 12
>> Pahoa 28, Seabury Hall 16, at Keaau High field (8-man)
BIIF
>> At No. 8 Hilo 41, Honokaa 0
>> Kamehameha-Hawaii 15, at Kealakehe 13
KIF
>> Kapaa 47, Waimea 21, at Vidinha Stadium
MIL
>> No. 10 Lahainaluna 28, Baldwin 20, at War Memorial Stadium

SATURDAY, SEPT. 2
OIA D-I
>> Waianae 43, Moanalua 20, at Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium
>> Leilehua 20, at No. 8 Kapolei 19, OT
ILH D-II
>> Damien 35, ‘Iolani 21, at Skippa Diaz Stadium
OIA D-II
>> Kalani 33, Waialua 0, at Skippa Diaz Stadium
Nonleague
>> No. 4 Punahou 56, Junipero Serra 42, at Cathedral Catholic High field in San Diego
BIIF
>> Hawaii Prep 14, at Waiakea 13
>> At Konawaena 50, Keaau 0
>> Ka’u 36, at Kohala 6 (8-man)
MIL
>> At Kamehameha-Maui 49, King Kekaulike 12
>> At Lanai 54, Hana 2 (8-man)

Week 4

‘Iolani quarterback Tai John Mizutani threw for a school-record 503 yards and three touchdowns in a win over Kaimuki. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.

FRIDAY, AUG. 25
OIA D-I
>> At No. 2 Kahuku 40, Moanalua 6
>> At Waianae 27, No. 7 Campbell 14
>> Aiea 46, at Radford 22
MIL
>> No. 9 Lahainaluna 32, Maui 13, at War Memorial Stadium
BIIF
>> Konawaena 46, at Kealakehe 16
>> At Honokaa 25, Waiakea 8
KIF
>> Kauai 34, Waimea 20, at Hanapepe Stadium
OIA D-II
>> At Pearl City 64, Waialua 0
>> Waipahu 35, at Roosevelt 8
Nonleague
>> No. 3 Punahou 23, Torrey Pines (San Diego) 7, at Aloha Stadium
>> At No. 6 Kamehameha 33, Carson (Carson, Calif.) 10
>> Valley Center (Valley Center, Calif.) 34, at Kamehameha-Maui 0

SATURDAY, AUG. 26
OIA D-I
>> No. 4 Mililani 49, at Castle 0
>> At Farrington 28, No. 5 Kapolei 7
>> At No. 7 Kailua 40, Nanakuli 14
OIA D-II
>> Kalani 57, McKinley 24, at Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium
BIIF
>> No. 10 Hilo 73, at Hawaii Prep 6
>> At Kamehameha-Hawaii 40, Keaau 6
>> At Ka’u 32, Pahoa 8 (8-man)
MIL
>> Baldwin 57, at King Kekaulike 7
Nonleague
>> At ‘Iolani 57, Kaimuki 34

WEEK 3

Campbell’s Poki‘i Adkins-Kupukaa caught a ball against Aiea in the first quarter on Saturday at Campbell High School. Photo by Jay Metzger/Special to the Star-Advertiser.

THURSDAY, AUG. 17
MIL
>> At No. 10 Lahainaluna 45, King Kekaulike 0

FRIDAY, AUG. 18
OIA D-I
>> No. 2 Kahuku 37, at No. 8 Waianae 0
>> At No. 4 Mililani 47, Leilehua 0
>> Farrington 35, at Nanakuli 0
MIL
>> At Kamehameha-Maui 21, Maui 13
Nonleague
>> At No. 8 Kailua 28, Buckeye Union (Buckeye, Ariz.) 27
>> Villa Park (Villa Park, Calif.) 14, Damien 6, at Skippa Diaz Stadium
>> St. Margaret’s 34 (San Juan Capistrano, Calif.), at Kealakehe 14

SATURDAY, AUG. 19
OIA D-I
>> Castle 2, At No. 5 Kapolei 0 (F)
>> At No. 7 Campbell 48, Aiea 13
>> At Radford 2, Kaiser 0 (forfeit)
OIA D-II
>> Kaimuki 41, Kalani 34, at Aloha Stadium
>> Pearl City 42, Roosevelt 0, at Aloha Stadium
>> Kalaheo 27, McKinley 26, at Skippa Diaz Stadium
Nonleague
>> St. Francis 39, at Konawaena 20
>> Mission Viejo (Mission Viejo, Calif.) 39, Baldwin 14, at War Memorial Stadium
>> Hawaii Prep 27, Seabury Hall 14, at War Memorial Stadium
>> At Kamehameha-Hawaii 56, Waiakea 0
>> Molokai 43, at Kohala 6 (8-man)

WEEK 2

Kahuku’s Enoch Nawahine stiff-armed a Mules defender on his way to a first down. Photo by Bruce Asato/Star-Advertiser.

FRIDAY, AUG. 11
OIA D-I crossover
No. 2 Kahuku 24, Leilehua 0
No. 9 Campbell 26, No. 8 Farrington 20
Kailua 44, Moanalua 0
Mililani 2, Kaiser 0 (Forfeit)
Division II
Roosevelt 33, McKinley 0

SATURDAY, AUG. 12
OIA D-I
>> No. 5 Kapolei 7, at No. 7 Waianae 0
>> Castle 33, at Radford 28
>> Nanakuli 12, at Aiea 7
OIA D-II
>> Pearl City 22, Kalani 16 (OT), at Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium
>> Kaimuki 63, Waialua 0, at Skippa Diaz Stadium
>> Waipahu 2, Kalaheo 0, at Kailua High field (forfeit)
Nonleague
>> No. 1 St. Louis 61, Baldwin 0, at Aloha Stadium
>> No. 6 Kamehameha 34, at No. 10 Lahainaluna 10
>> Hilo 65, at ‘Iolani 35
>> St. Francis 42, Kauai 0, at Punahou School field
>> Damien 20, at Kealakehe 7
>> Waimea 49, Pac-Five 21, at Hanapepe Stadium
>> Honokaa 28, at Waiakea 7
>> At Kamehameha-Hawaii 23, Maui 0
>> Kapaa 33, Konawaena 13, at Vidinha Stadium
>> Pahoa 32, at Molokai 27, (8-man)

WEEK 1

Saint Louis quarterback Chevan Cordeiro managed to get the ball over the goal line to score a rushing touchdown against Waianae. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.

FRIDAY, AUG. 4
Nonleague
>> No. 3 Punahou 35, Moanalua 7, at Radford High field
>> No. 6 Kapolei 23, at No. 9 Campbell 7
>> No. 7 Kamehameha 34, at No. 8 Farrington 15
>> Waipahu 51, at Nanakuli 14
>> At Kamehameha-Maui 35, Kalaheo 28

SATURDAY, AUG. 5
Nonleague
>> No. 1 Saint Louis 49, at No. 5 Waianae 7
>> Damien 42, at Castle 7
>> Lahainaluna 20, at Pearl City 7
>> Pac-Five 27, McKinley 7, at Skippa Diaz Stadium
>> At Leilehua 13, St. Francis 9
>> At Waiakea 16, Waialua 6
>> Kapaa 24, Maui 7, at War Memorial Stadium
>> Kauai 10, Kamehameha-Hawaii 7, at Vidinha Stadium