Honor roll — Sept. 27

>> Bradley Doi, Kamehameha: 245 high game, 655 series
>> Gabriel Fukumoto, Maryknoll: 226 high game
>> Phillip Kelsey, Punahou: 235 high game
>> Trey Nakata, HBA: series of 625
>> Tyler Ushio, ‘Iolani: 625 series
>> Andrew Yamamoto, HBA: 234 high game, 583 series

Cross Country
>> Margarito Martinez, Leilehua: won the Honolulu Marathon/Kaiser Invitational boys race with a time of 15:55

>> Reece Acohido, Leilehua: two sacks against Radford
>> Christian Abcede-Abregano, Campbell: five catches for 120 yards and two touchdowns against Kapolei
>> Nilo Agbayani-Omalza, Campbell: fired three touchdown passes and ran for another against Kapolei
>> Duke Bukoski, Saint Louis: six receptions for 113 yards and three touchdowns
>> Bret Christman, ‘Iolani: six catches for 129 yards and two touchdowns against Punahou
>> Nainoa Frank, Kalaheo: the 6-foot-4, 185-pound sophomore had seven receptions for 139 yards and two touchdowns vs. Waipahu
>> Ikaika Gante, Anuenue: rushed for 175 yards and a touchdown against Nanakuli
>> Kahaku Iaea, Kailua: passed for 242 yards and two touchdowns against Kaiser
>> Steven Lakalaka, Punahou: rushed for 172 yards against ‘Iolani
>> Eric Lum, Kailua: 11 receptions for 92 yards and a touchdown vs. Kaiser
>> Marcus Mariota, Saint Louis: Hit 71 percent of his passes and tossed three touchdowns in limited play against Pac-Five
>> Trent McKinney, Mililani: accounted for 227 yards in total offense and two touchdowns against Aiea
>> Zachary Payomo, Mililani: rushed for 144 yards and five touchdowns against Aiea
>> Seth Roman, Kapolei: rushed for 121 yards and two touchdowns vs. Campbell
>> Kenan Sadanaga, Leilehua: passed for 224 yards and two touchdowns against Radford
>> Darrien Shealy, Leilehua: caught touchdown pases of 73 and 62 yards against Radford
>> Charles Spencer, Moanalua: the transfer from King Kekaulike rushed for 139 yards against No. 1 Kahuku
>> Chester Sua, Kaimuki: rushed for 93 yards and four touchdowns against Kalani
>> K.T. Tuumalo, Punahou: returned a fumble for a touchdown and led a unit that limited ‘Iolani to 41 rushing yards
>> Anae Vaa, Aiea: three catches for 120 yards against Mililani


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