OIA championship games

by Jerry Campany on October 31, 2014

Waianae held Campbell to just three points to win the OIA title in 1996. Photo by George Lee / Star-Bulletin

Waianae held Campbell to just three points to win the OIA title in 1996.

Republished with 2014 results.

OIA championships (division I only)

2014: Mililani 20, Kahuku 6
Mililani quarterback McKenzie Milton threw two touchdown passes in the second quarter and the defense protected the lead against a Kahuku offense that played without quarterback Tuli Wily-Matagi for much of the game.

2013: Mililani 37, Farrington 6
Trojans quarterback McKenzie Milton had a hand in three touchdowns with a 52-yard run, a 23-yard reception and a 24-yard pass to lead Mililani to its second OIA Red title in the past four years.

2012: Kahuku 50, Mililani 13
The Red Raiders force five turnovers in the first quarter and Aofaga Wily rushes for 159 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries..

2011: Kahuku 23, Farrington 0
Defensive back Bronson Beatty has two second-half interceptions and Toiva Tufaga has two sacks as Farrington gained only 33 rushing yards on 32 attempts..

2010: No championship played
Mililani given the crown when Kahuku forfeits for using an ineligible player.

2009: Kahuku 24, Leilehua 20
Hauoli Jamora collects five sacks and Punga Vea takes a reverse 44 yards for the winning score with 5:06 left.

2008: Kahuku 22, Farrington 19
St. John Lessary kicks a 22-yard field goal in the second overtime

2007: Leilehua 12, Waianae 3
Andrew Manley throws for two TDs in his third career start

2006: Kahuku 7, Waianae 0
Junior Mataafa scores from 25 yards out late in the second half

2005: Kahuku 26, Aiea 16
Malosi Te’o runs for 248 yards and three long touchdowns

2004: Kahuku 36, Mililani 13
Micah Strickland runs for two TDs

2003: Kahuku 6, Kailua 0
Waika Carvalho hits Tevita Finau with a 6-yard TD pass with 20 seconds left

2002: Castle 25, Kailua 0
The Knights score two TDs on special teams and one on defense

2001: Kailua 13, Castle 7 and Kahuku 48, Aiea 0
Championships canceled because of 9/11

2000: Kahuku 32, Waianae 13
Red Raiders’ offensive line paves the way for 530 total yards

1999: Kahuku 7, Kailua 0
Orlando Wong scores on a 19-yard run in the third quarter of a defensive battle

1998: Kahuku 20, Waianae 0
Andreas Manumaleuna runs for 125 yards and a touchdown

1997: Waianae 22, Campbell 13
Seariders QB Kana Kawai efficient despite injury

1996: Waianae 23, Campbell 3
Seariders defense survive inspired performance by Campbell QB Kaleopa Kaleopa

1995: Kahuku 33, Waianae 20
Jason Keo rushes for 269 yards and two TDs as the Red Raiders put up 524 rushing yards

1994: Kahuku 21, Farrington 7
Vai Notoa rushes for 144 yards and two TDs

1993: Kahuku 7, Waianae 0
Ben Tanuvasa scores on a 22-yard run in the third quarter

1992: Waianae 27, Kahuku 0
Seariders force three fumbles and have four stops in the red zone

1991: Waianae 27, Kailua 6
Glenn Freitas scores three rushing touchdowns and passes for one

1990: Farrington 15 Waianae 7
Randall Okimoto rushes for 222 yards and two TDs

1989: Kahuku 44, Waianae 14
Mark Atuaia rushes for 152 yards and three TDs

1988: Waianae 14, Farrington 7
David Tafiti rushes for 202 yards

1987: Waianae 24, Kailua 23
Sam Bailey hits Scott McLeod from 48 yards with 34 seconds left

1986: Waianae 14, Kahuku 13
Keith Vendetta returns an interception 25 yards for a TD in the third quarter

1985: Waianae 17, Castle 16
Michael Wolfe breaks up a 2-point conversion attempt with no time left

1984: Leilehua 18, Kahuku 7
Daniel Saragosa throws three TD passes

1983: Nanakuli 28, Kalaheo 26
Alapati Sula scores from five yards out with 51 seconds left

1982: Waianae 17, Kahuku 0
Seariders hold Lakei Hemuli to 67 yards

1981: Radford 14, Castle 6
Rams win four days after coach John Velasco’s funeral

1980: Waianae 28, Kaiser 19
Seariders beat defending champ  without top running back, linebacker and defensive back

1979: Kaiser 20, Waianae 13
Cougars stop four pass plays from 14-yard line with 1 minute left

1978: Waianae 35, Kaiser 28
Watson Mahaulu forces Troy Enos to fumble in final minute, Tolu Siliga recovers.

1977: Waianae 13, Kailua 6
James Holt runs 50 yards to the 1-yard line with less than a minute left, Kenneth Paderes punches it in.

1976: Radford: 14, Castle 0
Homer Jones runs for 2 TDs in the first half

1975: Waianae 7, Kailua 0
Eliu Wilson scores from 1-yard out with a minute left

1974: Leilehua 13, Farrington 6
Al Harris knocks down Raymond Haynes’ pass on the final play

1973 Waianae 13, McKinley 6
Mike Vierra runs for 110 yards and two TDs

1972 Kahuku 35, Leilehua 29
Molia Salanoa hits Pisa Finai from 10 yards out with 5 seconds left.

1971: Waipahu 7, Kahuku 6
Ed Benito hits Paul Carvalho for a 45-yard score on third and 20 with 10 seconds left in the first half

1970: Waianae 6, McKinley 0
Tui Ala runs for 130 yards on 30 carries in first East vs. West championship game

1966: Waianae 7, Kahuku 0
Omega Reyes scores from 1-yard out with 3 minutes left in a playoff after both teams finished the regular season 8-0-1.

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Kevin Waters November 1, 2014 at 10:49 pm

Kahuku didn’t play Waianae in the 1989 title game. They played Castle and beat them 10-3. I know because Castle, the runner-up, played ILH-runner up Kamehameha in the Prep Bowl runner-up game.

Jerry Campany November 1, 2014 at 11:08 pm

Nice eye, Kevin, I will fix it when I get to the library. I don’t know how that Waianae game snuck in there.

Thanks.

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