Big Island trying to buck history

A Big Island team has not won in the state tournament since Hawaii Prep beat Moanalua in 2009. FL Morris / Honolulu Star-Bulletin
A Big Island team has not won in the state tournament since Hawaii Prep beat Moanalua in 2009. FL Morris / Honolulu Star-Bulletin

Hawaii Island teams have won only two of 28 games in the state tournament, and are winless in Division I. Hilo plays Kahuku on Friday at Aloha Stadium and Nanakuli visits Kamehameha-Hawaii on Saturday:

1999: Kahuku 47, Konawaena 14, at Aloha Stadium
2000: Kaimuki 20, Hilo 0, at Wong Stadium
2001: Kailua 53, Waiakea 8, at Wong Stadium
2002: Castle 35, Hawaii Prep 0, at Aloha Stadium
2003: DI—Farrington 27, Hilo 0, at Keaau
2003: D2—Lahainaluna 21, HPA 14, at War Memorial
2004: DI—Leilehua 28, Kealakehe 7, at Kealakehe
2004: D2—HPA 41, Waipahu 16, at Radford
2004: ‘Iolani 17, HPA 7, at Kunuiakea Stadium
2005: DI—Waianae 21, Kealakehe 14, at Kealakehe
2005: D2—Moanalua 34, KS-Hawaii 20, at Moanalua
2006: DI—Waianae 28, Kealakehe 14, at Waianae
2006: D2—Waipahu 27, KS-Hawaii 12, at KS-Hawaii
2007: Waianae 21, Kealakehe 17 at Kealakehe
2007: Kaimuki 22, Kamehameha-Hawaii 0 at Kaiser
2008: D1—Farrington 30, Kealakehe 13 at Roosevelt
2008: D2—Campbell 25, Konawaena 15, at Konawaena
2009: D1—Farrington 48, Honokaa 16, at Kealakehe
2009: D2—HPA 17, Moanalua 14, at Moanalua
2009: Kauai 28, HPA 14, at Vidinha
2010: D1—Waianae 34, Kealakehe 16, at Waianae
2010: D2—Kaimuki 14, KS-Hawaii 9, at KS-Hawaii
2011: D1—Leilehua 35, Kealakehe 24, at Kealakehe
2011: D2—Lahainaluna 23, Konawaena 6, at War Memorial
2012: D1—Farrington 34, Kealakehe 25, at Kealakehe
2012: D2—Nanakuli 25, Konawaena 23, at Konawaena
2013: D1—Campbell 42, Hilo 27, at Keaau
2013: D2—Kaiser 59, Konawaena 6, at Kaiser


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D1: 0-15
D2: 2-11
Total: 2-26

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