OIA weekend-only football schedule is here

The Oahu Interscholastic Association released its amended 2017-18 schedule Monday. It reflects a change to weekend-only games. In photo, Farrington’s Challen Faamatau stretched for extra yardage in a game against Waianae last season. Jamm Aquino / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

The latest Oahu Interscholastic Assocition football schedule is out.

As with all schedules, it’s subject to change.

The version listed below reflects weekly games being moved from Wednesdays through Saturdays to Fridays and Saturdays only.

The changes are due to an agreement made by the OIA and the Oahu Football Officials Association last week. Previously, the OIA was going to run games four days a week to address a shortage of officials. It turned out that there will be enough manpower for the OFOA to staff all of the weekend games.

The OIA Division I and D-II playoffs are scheduled to run Oct. 6-28, with the state tournament to follow on the first three weekends of November.

Notes:
>> Unless otherwise noted, the JV start times are 5 p.m. for junior varsity and approximately 7:30 p.m. for varsity for Friday games. For Saturday games, the start times are 4 p.m. for junior varsity and appoximately 6:30 p.m. for varsity.

>> If future changes are made, you can click here for the latest updates for Oahu games (OIA and ILH).

DIVISION I and DIVISION II NONLEAGUE

Friday, Aug. 4
>> Aiea at Kailua (scrimmage only)
>> Mililani at Kahuku (scrimmage only)
>> Kapolei at Campbell
>> Kamehameha at Farrington
>> Nanakuli vs. Waipahu
>> Saint Louis at Waianae
>> Punahou at Moanalua
>> Kaiser at Roosevelt

Saturday, Aug. 5
>> Damien at Castle, 6 p.m. varsity only
>> Pac-Five vs. McKinley, 6 p.m. varsity only
>> Lahainaluna vs. Pearl City, 6 p.m. varsity only
>> St. Francis at Leilehua, 7 p.m. varsity only

Friday, Aug. 18
>> Buckeye Union (El Dorado Hills, Calif.) at Kailua, 6 p.m. varsity only

Saturday, Aug. 26
>> Kaimuki at ‘Iolani (Father Bray Classic)

Friday, Sept. 1
>> Radford at Centennial (Gresham, Ore.)
>> Mililani at Clayton Valley Charter (Concord, Calif.)

Friday, Sept. 8
>> Kalani at Mt. Tahoma (Tacoma, Wash.)

Saturday, Sept. 9
>> Kahuku vs. Bingham (South Jordan, Utah), in Las Vegas

DIVISION I REGULAR SEASON

Friday, Aug. 11
>> Farrington at Campbell
>> Leilehua at Kahuku
>> Kailua at Moanalua
>> Mililani at Kaiser

Saturday, Aug. 12
>> Castle at Radford
>> Kapolei at Waianae
>> Nanakuli at Aiea

——————–

Friday, Aug. 18
>> Leilehua at Mililani
>> Kahuku at Waianae
>> Farrington at Nanakuli

Saturday, Aug. 19
>> Castle at Kapolei
>> Aiea at Campbell
>> Radford at Kaiser

——————–

Friday, Aug. 25
>> Moanalua at Kahuku
>> Aiea at Radford
>> Campbell at Waianae

Saturday, Aug. 26
>> Nanakuli at Kailua
>> Mililani at Castle
>> Kapolei at Farrington

——————–

Friday, Sept. 1
>> Castle at Nanakuli
>> Farrington at Kailua
>> Kahuku at Aiea
>> Kaiser at Campbell

Saturday, Sept. 2
>> Leilehua at Kapolei
>> Waianae at Moanalua

——————–

Friday, Sept. 8
>> Mililani at Farrington
>> Leilehua at Castle
>> Kaiser at Aiea

Saturday, Sept. 9
>> Kapolei at Kailua
>> Waianae at Radford
>> Campbell at Moanalua

——————–

Friday, Sept. 15
>> Nanakuli at Leilehua
>> Mililani at Kapolei
>> Kailua at Castle
>> Campbell at Radford
>> Moanalua at Aiea

Saturday, Sept. 16
>> Kaiser at Kahuku

——————–

Friday, Sept. 22
>> Moanalua at Kaiser
>> Aiea at Waianae

Saturday, Sept. 23
>> Castle at Farrington
>> Radford at Kahuku
>> Nanakuli at Mililani
>> Kailua at Leilehua

——————–

Friday, Sept. 29
>> Radford at Moanalua
>> Kahuku at Campbell
>> Kapolei at Nanakuli
>> Farrington at Leilehua

Saturday, Sept. 30
>> Kailua at Mililani
>> Waianae at Kaiser

DIVISION II REGULAR SEASON

Friday, Aug. 11
>> McKinley at Roosevelt

Saturday, Aug. 12
>> Waialua vs. Kaimuki, at Skippa Diaz Stadium
>> Waipahu vs. Kalaheo, at Kailua High field
>> Pearl City vs. Kalani, at Kaiser Stadium

——————–

Friday, Aug. 18
>> Roosevelt at Pearl City

Saturday, Aug. 19
>> Kalaheo vs. McKinley, at Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium, 3 p.m. JV start and approximately 5:30 p.m. varsity
>> Kalani vs. Kaimuki, at Skippa Diaz Stadium

——————–

Friday, Aug. 25
>> Roosevelt at Waipahu
>> Waialua at Pearl City

Saturday, Aug. 26
>> Kalani vs. McKinley, at Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium, 3 p.m. JV start and approximately 5:30 p.m. varsity

——————–

Friday, Sept. 1
>> Kaimuki at Roosevelt
>> Kalaheo at Pearl City

Saturday, Sept. 2
>> Waialua vs. Kalani, at Kaiser Stadium

——————–

Friday, Sept. 8
>> Kaimuki vs. McKinley, at Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium
>> Waialua at Waipahu
>> Roosevelt vs. Kalaheo, at Kailua High field

——————–

Friday, Sept. 15
>> McKinley at Waialua

Saturday, Sept. 16
>> Pearl City vs. Kaimuki, at Skippa Diaz Stadium
>> Waipahu vs. Kalani, at Kaiser Stadium

——————–

Friday, Sept. 22
>> Pearl City at Waipahu
>> Waialua vs. Kalaheo, at Kailua High field
>> Kalani at Roosevelt

——————–

Friday, Sept. 29
>> McKinley at Pearl City
>> Kalaheo vs. Kalani, at Kaiser Stadium

Saturday, Sept. 30
>> Waipahu vs. Kaimuki, at Skippa Diaz Stadium

——————–

Friday, Oct. 6
>> Kalaheo vs. Kaimuki, at Skippa Diaz Stadium
>> Waipahu vs. McKinley, at Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium
>> Roosevelt at Waialua

COMMENTS

  1. 808 Surf guy June 26, 2017 4:13 pm

    I hope all of ou cry babies are happy, oh wait you will find something else to cry about


  2. Bolo Bolo June 27, 2017 2:45 pm

    Nice!


  3. RidgeRunnerE-5 June 27, 2017 8:33 pm

    This had nothing to do with people being “crybabies”. The OIA was simply asking too much from our boys by trying to make them play in games that could run until 10:00pm or later, in the middle of the school week. On top of that, the scheduling was jacked up, with the smaller, less competitive schools shouldering most of the weekday games. None of it made sense.


  4. aloha July 1, 2017 9:52 pm

    OIA is trying their best.


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