Defending champion Aiea opens as No. 3 seed in OIA girls soccer playoffs

Aiea celebrated seconds after beating Pearl City 1-0 to win the OIA girls soccer championship in 2019. Photo by Andrew Lee/Special to the Star-Advertiser.

The OIA girls soccer playoffs begin Monday in Division I with defending champion Aiea opening as the No. 3 seed out of the West.

Na Alii, which shut out Mililani and Pearl City by identical 1-0 scores to win their first OIA soccer championship since 2005, will play Kahuku in the first round at Mililani at 7 p.m.

Aiea finished the season 8-1-1 with its only loss coming against OIA West Division champion Mililani in its regular-season opener on Dec. 6. Aiea also played West No. 2 seed Campbell to a 1-1 tie.

Moanalua wrapped up the top seed out of the East by beating Roosevelt tonight. Na Menehune (7-0-2) did not lose a game during the regular season but played Kailua to a 1-1 tie and Kaiser to a scoreless draw.

Defending OIA Division II champion Kalaheo is once again the top seed out of the East while Nanakuli earned the No. 1 seed out of the West due to its head-to-head win over Radford. Both teams finished the regular season 2-7-1.

The full schedule is below.

>> OIA East regular season standings and results
>> OIA West regular season standings and results

OIA soccer playoffs

Updated: Jan. 25
First round
1/20Castle*WaipahuWaip, 2-0
1/20Aiea*KahukuAiea, 3-0
1/20KaiserKapoleiKais, 1-0
1/20Pearl City**RooseveltPC, 5-0
1/21MililaniWaipahuMil, 2-0
1/21Kailua*AieaAiea, 2-0
1/21Campbell***KaiserCamp, 3-0
1/21MoanaluaPearl CityMoan, 2-1
Consolation semifinals — At Pearl City
1/22WaipahuKailuaKail, 2-1 (5-4 PKs)
1/22KaiserPearl CityPC, 2-0
Semifinals — At Kapolei
1/23MililaniAieaMil, 1-0
1/23CampbellMoanaluaMoan, 2-1
Fifth place — At Pearl City
1/24KailuaPearl CityPC, 4-0
Third place — At Pearl City
1/24AieaCampbellCamp, 1-0
Championship — At Kapolei
1/25MililaniMoanaluaMil, 2-0
First round — At Radford
1/22RadfordMcKinleyRad, 4-0
1/22FarringtonWaianaeWain, 2-0
Semifinals — At Nanakuli
1/23NanakuliWaianaeNan, 2-1 (PKs)
1/23KalaheoRadfordKalh, 2-0
Third place — At Kapolei
1/25RadfordWaianaeRad, 2-1
Championship — At Kapolei
1/25KalaheoNanakuliKalh, 1-0
* — @ Mililani
** — @ Kaiser
*** — @ Moanalua


  1. Waialua637 January 16, 2020 9:37 pm

    Why did waialua forfeit most of the games againts the top teams but not againts the bottom teams?? So shame!! And they did have enough players to play. At lease the Leilehua’s and the Radford’s played and didn’t forfeit those games. Not good at all!!

  2. Waialua638 January 24, 2020 7:38 pm

    Thank you waialua on forfeiting all those games. Thank you for not allowing the players to get hurt for nothing, you having to prove.

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