Update: Kamehameha 38, ‘Iolani 22, final

by Paul Honda on September 6, 2013

Warriors running back had a huge night against the Raiders: 224 yards on 27 carries. (Paul Honda / Star-Advertiser)

Warriors running back Brandon Kahookele had a huge night against the Raiders: 244 yards on 27 carries. (Paul Honda / Star-Advertiser)

7:48 p.m.
Kickoff is a few seconds away. ‘Iolani to receive.

7:54 p.m.
David vs. Goliath has begun. Raiders drive to the KS 20, drive stalls, 47-yard FG attempt is short.

7:59 p.m.
Warriors no-huddle, hurry-up mode all on the ground, but the march stalls on a dead-ball personal foul call. Drive ends at the Raiders’ 30 on downs.

8:03 p.m.
David scores on Goliath. The Raiders surgically maneuver around and through the Warriors with their hurry-up, no-huddle offense. Jordan Ross scores up the gut on a 16-yard run. Raiders 7, Warriors 0, 5:08, 1Q.

8:09 p.m.
Warriors playing smashmouth offense again, but RB Brandon Kahookele leaves after a long run into ‘Iolani territory with an apparent leg injury. KS is deep at RB, but this is a key factor. They’ve also abandoned the no-huddle approach.

8:12 p.m.
42-yard FG try by Kamehameha’s T.J. Fitzsimmons is short. Raiders ball.

8:24 p.m.
Tip drill! Kamehameha safety snags a tipped, overthrown pass by Austin Jim On and races 26 yards to paydirt. Warriors tie it up, 7-all, with 7:50 left in the first half.

8:38 p.m.
Noah “Fatu” Sua-Godinet on a nifty, shifty 32-yard quarterback draw up the middle for a touchdown. Warriors 14, Raiders 7, 1:09, 2Q.

9:14 p.m.
T.J. Fitzsimmons with a 28-yard field goal. Kamehameha 17, ‘Iolani 7, 4:43, third quarter.

9:21 p.m.
Mason Chow picks off an ‘Iolani pass. Warriors driving, fourth and 3 at the Raiders’ 7-yard line as the third quarter closes.

9:22 p.m.
Kahookele powers in on the left side on fourth and 3 for a 7-yard touchdown run. Warriors 24, Raiders 7, 11:52, fourth quarter.

9:36 p.m.
Kahookele rumbles in on the same play call, split backs, off left tackle, as the previous touchdown, scoring on a 4-yard run. Warriors 31, Raiders 7, 5:46, fourth quarter.

9:48 p.m.
Kayson Nakatsu scores from 6 yards out on that same power play to the left. Warriors 38, Raiders 7, 2:49, fourth quarter.

10:26 p.m.
Austin Jim On threw a couple of touchdown passes in the final minute as the Raiders cut into the final margin. Warriors 38, Raiders 22.

Kamehameha coach Doug Cosbie says he and his staff still aren't satisfied, but the Warriors are now 5-0. (Paul Honda / Star-Advertiser)

Kamehameha coach Doug Cosbie says he and his staff still aren’t satisfied, but the Warriors are now 5-0. (Paul Honda / Star-Advertiser)

Kamehameha's stellar secondary has accounted for three pick-sixes in the past two games. (Paul Honda / Star-Advertiser)

Kamehameha’s stellar secondary has accounted for three pick-sixes in the past two games. (Paul Honda / Star-Advertiser)

A decisive victory for No. 2 Kamehameha over No. 9 ‘Iolani. (Paul Honda / Star-Advertiser)

A decisive victory for No. 2 Kamehameha over No. 9 ‘Iolani. (Paul Honda / Star-Advertiser)

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