GAME NIGHT 9/22: Waialua/Kalaheo

Waialua's Kyler Dicion has taken over at quarterback for the Bulldogs this season after an injury to starter Tevesi Toia. Photo by Cindy Ellen Russell/Star-Advertiser.

Don’t look now, but a Kalani win over Roosevelt tonight would mean Kalaheo actually controls its playoff destiny in OIA Division II with three weeks to go. First, the Mustangs need to take care of business against Waialua.

Top performances in series:
Waialua passing vs. Kalaheo: Joseph Gutierrez with 280 yards in 1997
Waialua rushing vs. Kalaheo: Wayne Borges with 156 yards in 1992
Waialua receiving vs. Kalaheo: Bobby Rehkemper with 142 yards in 1994
Kalaheo passing vs. Waialua: Matt Bright with 247 yards in 1992
Kalaheo rushing vs. Waialua: Willie Lynch with 200 yards in 2012
Kalaheo receiving vs. Wailaua: Nate Shields with 141 yards in 2004

WAIALUA BULLDOGS (0-6, 0-5 OIA D-II)
Head coach: Lincoln Barit
Bulldogs roster

VS.

KALAHEO MUSTANGS (1-4, 1-3)
Head coach: Darrell Poole
Mustangs roster

 

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Kalaheo 25, Waialua 14 (FINAL)
Kalaheo’s Justus Neufeldt rushes 15 times for 206 yards.
Waialua’s Justyce Lacar passes for 184 yards.

Kalaheo 25, Waialua 14, 2:40 left fourth quarter
Waialua’s Hunter Nery catches a 12-yard touchdown pass from Lacar. Lacar hits Dylan Yadao for the 2-point conversion.

Kalaheo 25, Waialua 6, 11:47 left in fourth quarter
Kalaheo’s Justus Neufeldt scores on a 65-yard run. Two-point conversion run failed.

Kalaheo 19, Waialua 6, 11:48 left third quarter
Kalaheo’s Amasiu returns the second-half kickoff 70 yards for a touchdown. PAT kick failed.

Kalaheo 13, Waialua 6, halftime

Kalaheo 13, Waialua 6, 1:09 left second quarter
Waialua’s Justyce Lacar connects with Hunter Apau on a 10-yard touchdown pass on fourth-and-goal. The PAT kick failed because of a bad snap.

Kalaheo 13, Waialua 0, 4:43 left second quarter
Jahnke scores on 2-yard run up the middle. PAT kick by Jaden Amasiu.

Kalaheo 6, Waialua 0, 11:53 left second quarter
Micah Jahnke scores on 9-yard run off the right side. PAT kick blocked.

Kalaheo 0, Waialua 0, end of first quarter

Both teams have had the ball three times and not done much offensively.

Game start time: 6:11 p.m.

Kalaheo won the coin toss and deferred until the second half.

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COMMENTS

  1. Education First September 22, 2017 9:14 pm

    This should have been the game of the week.


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