State championship game top performances

by Jerry Campany on November 17, 2014

Kahuku's Malosi Teo tore up Punahou in the 2005 state title game, rushing for 262 yards. Photo by George Lee.

Kahuku’s Malosi Teo tore up Punahou in the 2005 state title game, rushing for 262 yards. Photo by George Lee.

Top offensive performances in the state Division I championship game, including the Oahu Prep Bowl. Punahou and Mililani will play the annual game on Friday at Aloha Stadium.

100 yards rushing

Malosi Teo, 2005 Kahuku, 30-262
Jayson Rego, 2004 Kamehameha, 39-212
Mulivai Pula, 2001 Kahuku, 23-212
Vai Notoa, 1994 Kahuku, 32-211
Aofaga Wily, 2012 Kahuku, 26-188
Aofaga Wily, 2011 Kahuku, 27-180
Boyd Yap, 1979 Kamehameha, 20-166
Keani Nishigaya, 2007 Saint Louis, 14-164
Pesefea Fiaseu, 1999 Saint Louis, 20-156
Paea Vaimoui, 2003 Kahuku, 17-131
Clayton Mahuka, 1983 Nanakuli, 21-128
Feleti Brown, 1978 Waianae, 23-124
Ryan Ho, 2009, Kamehameha, 24-121
Duane Silva, 1981 Saint Louis, 24-118
Ryan Tuiasoa, 2012 Punahou, 22-118
James Holt, 1977 Waianae, 24-118
Kevin Vegas, 1985 Pac-Five, 9-116
Jason Keo, 1995 Saint Louis, 19-115
Clyde Kaui, 1974 Kamehameha, 12-115
Mulivai Pula, 2000 Kahuku, 16-112
Inoke Funaki, 2001 Kahuku, 16-111
Richard Torres,  2006 Kahuku, 20-108
Pulou Tata, 1991 Saint Louis, 13-108
Justin Cabansag, 2002 Saint Louis, 19-106
Mike Vierra, 1973 Waianae, 28-103
Radford Park, 1975 Kamehameha, 16-102
B.J. Batts, 2003 Saint Louis, 23-101
Lehi Aumua, 2006 Kahuku, 12-100
Eric Quon, 1986 Saint Louis, 9-100

Longest td run

1. Clyde Kaui, 1974 Kamehameha, 91 yards
2. Mulivai Pula, 2001 Kahuku, 82 yards
3. Malosi Teo, 2005 Kahuku, 79 yards
3. Jayson Rego, 2004 Kamehameha, 79 yards
5. Inoke Funaki, 2001 Kahuku, 76 yards

Punahou quarterback Cayman Schutter is the only player to throw for 400 yards in the d1 championship. MIke Burley / Star-Bulletin

Punahou quarterback Cayman Schutter is the only player to throw for 400 yards in the d1 championship. MIke Burley / Star-Bulletin

passing performances (yards)

1. Cayman Shutter, 2008 Punahou, 24-41-2-400, 2 TDs
2. John Hao, 1989 Saint Louis, 15-22-0-329, 4 TDs
3. Brett Kan, 2005 Punahou, 22-52-3-271, 2 TDs
4. Mike Nua, 1988 Saint Louis, 13-23-0-266, 2 TDs
5. Larry Tuileta, 2013 Punahou, 16-29-1-265, 3 TDs
6. Timmy Chang, 1998 Saint Louis, 15-27-0-253, 2 TDs
7. John Hao, 1990 Saint Louis, 14-24-0-252, 2 TDs

Longest TD pass

1988 Waianae: Larry Rhoads 90 pass from Terrance Hallums (Tioga kick)
1989 Saint Louis: StL: Falefa 86 pass from Hao (Posenecker kick)
1989 Kahuku: Mili 86 pass from Stant (kick failed)
2010 Saint Louis: Jeremy Tabuyo 79 pass from Marcus Mariota (kick failed)
1988 Saint Louis: Micah Matsuzaki 73 pass from Mike Nua (Eric Posenecker kick)
2005 Kahuku: Devin Unga 72 pass from Kaulin Krebs (run failed).

Punahou's Miah Ostrowski caught 11 passes in the 2005 title game. Jamm Aquino / Star-Advertiser

Punahou’s Miah Ostrowski caught 11 passes in the 2005 title game. Jamm Aquino / Star-Advertiser

RECEPTIONS

2005 Punahou: Miah Ostrowski, 11-108
2008 Punahou: Mark Silverstein 9-146
1996 Saint Louis: Randyn Akiona, 9-75
2008 Leilehua: Edieson Dumlao 9-45
2000 Saint Louis: Ross Dickerson, 8-130
2013 Mililani: Kainoa Wilson, 8-80
2013 Mililani: Bronsen Ader, 8-19
2008 Punahou: Robby Toma 7-147
2008 Leilehua: Rico Newman 7-44
1981 Saint Louis: Duane Silva 7-43

Robby Toma caught 147 yards worth of passes in the 2008 championship game. Mike Burley / Star-Bulletin

Robby Toma caught 147 yards worth of passes in the 2008 championship game. Mike Burley / Star-Bulletin

100 yards receiving

2008 Punahou: Robby Toma, 147
2008 Punahou: Mark Silverstein, 146
1988 Waianae: Larry Rhoads, 4-146
1986 Saint Louis: Michael Brack, 3-140
1994 Saint Louis: George Ornellas, 3-137
1988 Saint Louis: Micah Matsuzaki, 4-131
2000 Saint Louis: Ross Dickerson 8-130
1987 Saint Louis: Shannon Cabunoc, 6-130
1989 Kahuku: Itula Mili, 3-129
1985 Pac-Five: George Smith, 3-124
2004 Leilehua: Chustin Senas 7-119
2003 Saint Louis: Desmond Hanohano 6-116
2005 Kahuku: Devin Unga 2-108
1979 Kaiser: Schaefer, 5-108
1998 Saint Louis: Gerald Welch, 5-107
1998 Saint Louis: Gerald Welch 5-107
2009 Kahuku: Punga Vea, 106
1990 Saint Louis: Nohili Naumu, 5-105
1990 Saint Louis: Nathan Lau, 6-104
2009 Kamehameha: Charley Bollig, 102
1983 Saint Louis: Patrick Wallace, 5-101

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