1 unbeaten, 2 winless in Neighbor Islands FB

Kapaa is the last remaining unbeaten football team among Hawaii’s three Neighbor Islands football leagues. The Warriors, who were idle last weekend, play Waimea next Saturday at Hanapepe Stadium.

Konawaena was undefeated going into last Saturday’s game against Kamehameha-Hawaii, but the Warriors beat the Wildcats 24-0.

The number of winless teams went from three to two (Keaau and King Kekaulike), after Kauai picked up its first win of the season — 17-0 over Waimea.


Results of all seven games on the Neigbor Islands last weekend along with updated Big Island Interscholastic Federation, Kauai Interscholastic Federation and Maui Interscholastic League standings follow.

Friday, Sept. 25
>> Lahainaluna 20, at Kamehameha-Maui 14
>> At Kamehameha-Hawaii 24, Konawaena 0
>> Hilo 35, at Waiakea 0


Saturday, Sept. 26
>> Kauai 17, Waimea 0, at Vidinha Stadium
>> At Hawaii Prep 23, Honokaa 0
>> Kealakehe 28, at Keaau 8
>> Maui 2, at King Kekaulike 0 (forfeit)

BIG ISLAND INTERSCHOLASTIC FEDERATION
Division I

>> Kealakehe 4-1 (5-3)
>> Hilo 4-1 (4-3)
>> Waiakea 1-4 (1-7)
>> Keaau 0-5 (0-6)
Division II
>> Konawaena 4-1 (6-1)
>> Kamehameha-Hawaii 3-2 (6-2)
>> Hawaii Prep 2-3 (2-4)
>> Honokaa 2-3 (2-5)


KAUAI INTERSCHOLASTIC FEDERATION
Division II

>> Kapaa 3-0 (5-0)
>> Waimea 1-2 (3-3)
>> Kauai 1-3 (1-5)

MAUI INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE
Division I

>> Maui 5-0 (5-1)
>> Baldwin 3-1 (3-3)
Division II
>> Lahainaluna 2-3 (3-4)
>> Kamehameha-Maui 2-3 (2-4)
>> King Kekaulike 0-5 (0-6)

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