GAME NIGHT 11/16: Roosevelt/KS-Hawaii

Roosevelt 31, KS-Hawaii 7

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Roosevelt (10-2) advances to play at Lahainaluna next Saturday in the semifinals.


Final Box
At KS-Hawaii
Roosevelt (10-2) 10 14 0 7 — 31
KS-Hawaii (10-4) 0 0 0 7 — 7
Roos—Chase Akana 15 pass from Sky Ogata (Paul Ho kick)
Roos—FG Isaac Segawa 29
Roos—Shepherd Kekahuna 39 fumble return (Ho kick)
Roos—Kekahuna 2 run (Ho kick)
KSH—Izayah Chartrand-Penera 6 pass from Michael Perry (Elijah Dinkel kick)
Roos—Kekahuna 1 run (Ho kick)

RUSHING—Roosevelt: Mitchell Camacho 10-102, Kekahuna 6-9, Kalei Wahilani 3-7, Myka Kukahiwa 2-(minus 1), Ogata 9-(minus 27). KS-Hawaii: Apu Alifiche 10-39, Micah Mahiai 13-33, team 1-(minus 1), Austin Wilson 1-(minus 2), Tobey Lau 2-(minus 11), Kobey Tabuyo-Kahele 2-(minus 15), Perry 5-(minus 35),
PASSING—Roosevelt: Ogata 14-31–4-140. KS-Hawaii: Tabuyo‐Kahele 7-15–1-60, Perry 7-15-0-40.
RECEIVING—Roosevelt: Akana 5-66, Brandon Teixeira 3-25, Scott Chung 2-17, Kekahuna 2-12, Devin Naihe 1-13, Kolea Pa-Macalino 1-7. KS-Hawaii: Wilson 4-14, Chartrand-Penera 3-41, Zeek Gragas 3-25, Makoa Aurello 2-23, Alifiche 2-(minus 3).

(3:49) KS-Hawaii ball on its 29. Gusman and Nahale add sacks for Roosevelt. Punt.

(4:35) Micah Felicilda-Ramolete is ejected from the game for a blindside block. That will keep him out of next week’s game against Lahainaluna. Rough Riders ball on their 35. Mitchell Camacho breaks off a 61-yard run to the Kamehameha 4. Great play. Looked like he was going out of bounds on one side of the field but he cut back, found room and took it all the way to the other side inside the 5. That gives Camacho 102 yards in the game. Longest play from scrimmage. Kekahuna 1-yard TD run for his third score of the game. ROOS 31-7, 3:50, Q4.

(5:57) KS-Hawaii ball on its 13. Perry with a 9-yard completion to Wilson on first down but KS-Hawaii can’t get the last yard to move the chains and punts.

(9:19) Roosevelt starts on its 33. Devin Naihe with his first reception for a first down and Ogata is finally over 100 yards. Personal foul dooms the drive after the fifth catch by Akana and Roosevelt punts.

KS-Hawaii will have it third-and-6 at the Roosevelt 30 to start the fourth quarter. Chartrand-Penera with a ridiculous diving catch in traffic to pick up the first down and move the ball to the 23. Alfiche runs it to the 9. First-and-goal. Third-and-goal at the 6 and Perry finds Chartrand-Penera for a 6-yard TD. KS-Hawaii is on the board. ROOS, 24-7, 9:26, Q4.
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Third Quarter
At KS-Hawaii
Roosevelt (10-2) 10 14 0
KS-Hawaii (10-4) 0 0 0
Roos—Chase Akana 15 pass from Sky Ogata (Paul Ho kick)
Roos—FG Isaac Segawa 29
Roos—Shepherd Kekahuna 39 fumble return (Ho kick)
Roos—Kekahuna 2 run (Ho kick)

RUSHING—Roosevelt: Mitchell Camacho 8-27, Kekahuna 4-5, Myka Kukahiwa 2-(minus 1), Ogata 7-(minus 17). KS-Hawaii: Micah Mahiai 13-33, Apu Alifiche 5-17, team 1-(minus 1), Austin Wilson 1-(minus 2), Tobey Lau 2-(minus 11), Michael Perry 3-(minus 14), Kobey Tabuyo-Kahele 2-(minus 15).
PASSING—Roosevelt: Ogata 9-24–4-98. KS-Hawaii: Tabuyo‐Kahele 7-15–1-60, Perry 2-9-0-16.
RECEIVING—Roosevelt: Akana 4-58, Brandon Teixeira 3-25, Scott Chung 1-8, Kolea Pa-Macalino 1-7. KS-Hawaii: Wilson 3-5, Makoa Aurello 2-23, Zeek Gragas 2-19, Izayah Chartrand-Penera 1-28, Alifiche 1-1.

(:34) KS-Hawaii ball on the Roosevelt 36.

(1:25) Roosevelt ball on its 19. Dacalio credited with his third sack as Ogata is called for intentional grounding. Injury timeout for a KS-Hawaii player. Jayson Berdon has to be carted off. Rough Riders will punt from own end zone.

(3:05) KSH ball on its 47. Gusman with a TFL and he now has 4 1/2 tackles for loss and nine total tackles in the game. Three-and-out. Punt.

(4:18) Roosevelt ball on its 11. Ogata scrambles for 12 yards and a first down. Akana wide open on a busted coverage but he drops what would have been a 72-yard TD pass. Rough Riders have to punt.

Akana with his second sack of the game to force a KS-Hawaii punt.

(8:15) Kaleikau has a long return called back by a penalty. Roosevelt ball on its 10. Camacho rips off a 9-yard run and then Akana with a 15-yard reception. Third-and-10 and Roosevelt is bailed out by a defensive PI. KS-Hawaii has Ogata stopped for a loss but then is whistled for a personal foul after the play. Unnecessary there as the defender kept trying to bring down Ogata well after whistles blew. Receiver goes down and Chartrand‐Penera has the fourth pick of the game by the Warriors defense and second by him.

(11:52) KS-Hawaii will start on its 35. Mahiai opens the half with KS-Hawaii’s best run of the night for 12 yards. Warriors then get Roosevelt to jump offsides on third-and-5 to move the chains into Roosevelt territory. Mahiai rips off 15 more yards and KSH is in business. Akana with the TFL and then Gusman with the sack as Perry, the freshman, stays in the game at QB. Third-and-21. Timeout KSH before the play clock reaches zero. Nahale breaks up the screen pass and Warriors will punt.

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Halftime
At KS-Hawaii
Roosevelt (9-2) 10 14
KS-Hawaii (10-3) 0 0
Roos—Chase Akana 15 pass from Sky Ogata (Paul Ho kick)
Roos—FG Isaac Segawa 29
Roos—Shepherd Kekahuna 39 fumble return (Ho kick)
Roos—Kekahuna 2 run (Ho kick)

RUSHING—Roosevelt: Mitchell Camacho 3-15, Kekahuna 4-5, Myka Kukahiwa 2-(minus 1), Ogata 5-(minus 26). KS-Hawaii: Apu Alifiche 3-14, Micah Mahiai 8-3, team 1-(minus 1), Austin Wilson 1-(minus 2), Tobey Lau 2-(minus 11), Kobey Tabuyo-Kahele 2-(minus 15).
PASSING—Roosevelt: Ogata 7-18–3-75. KS-Hawaii: Tabuyo‐Kahele 7-15–1-60, Michael Perry 1-4-0-15.
RECEIVING—Roosevelt: Akana 3-43, Brandon Teixeira 3-25, Kolea Pa-Macalino 1-7. KS-Hawaii: Makoa Aurello 2-23, Zeek Gragas 2-19, Wilson 2-4, Izayah Chartrand-Penera 1-28, Alifiche 1-1.

Half

(1:17) Kekahuna with a 21-yard punt return to the 40 but a hold brings it back. Ball on the 20. Roosevelt will go up-tempo after getting helped out by a 15-yard face mask on KS-Hawaii. Deep ball is picked off by Luiz. Second of the game for Luiz.

(2:26) Warriors ball on their 32. Freshman Michael Perry in at QB and immediately fires a dart over the middle for 15 yards to Zeek Gragas. Nothing more. Punt.

(3:17) Kekahuna 2-yard TD run. ROOS, 24-0, 2:33, Q2.

(3:33) KS-Hawaii ball on its 26. Kaeo Akana with the strip-sack on third down and Kaimikaua recovered at the Warriors’ 5-yard line.

(6:54) KS-Hawaii ball on its 25. Jacky Johnson with a TFL for Roosevelt. Austin Wilson with a 7-yard reception and then Kekahuna is whistled for a helmet-to-helmet hit. 15 yards and a first down. Decision time coming up as KSH calls timeout fourth-and-1 at midfield with 4:09 left in the half. They bring in freshman Tobey Lau to take the handoff out of the wildcat and he gets the first down. Lau stays in and mishandles the next snap and Kekahuna picks it up for a 39-yard fumble return TD. ROOS 17-0, 3:39, Q2.

(8:34) A 15-yard face-mask penalty by KS-Hawaii on the punt and Roosevelt starts on its 48. Ogata finds Teixeira for 11 yards on third-and-8 to the 39. Rough Riders try to go hurry-up by Wilde Germano sacks Ogata for a loss of 6. Roosevelt struggling to handle this KS-Hawaii pass rush. Third-and-16 and a deep ball is picked in the air by Joshua Luiz who hits the ground hard on the way down but makes the pick.

(11:14) KS-Hawaii ball on its 32 after a 29-yard punt is returned 14 yards by Jake Toci. Nice design on the screen pass on third-and-9 coming back to Aurello for 10 yards and a first down at the 43. Kekahuna and Gusman combine for a tackle for loss. Kukahiwa with a TFL on the quick . pass outside and then an incomplete pass results in a punt.

(12:00) Roosevelt ball on the KS-Hawaii 47 to start the second quarter. Scott Chung gets a step on the defender but the pass is overthrown as Roosevelt took a shot to the end zone. Third-and-10. Ogata misses an open receiver. Punt.

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First Quarter
At KS-Hawaii
Roosevelt (9-2) 10
KS-Hawaii (10-3) 0
Roos—Chase Akana 15 pass from Sky Ogata (Paul Ho kick)
Roos—FG Isaac Segawa 29

RUSHING—Roosevelt: Mitchell Camacho 2-13, Shepherd Kekahuna 2-0, Myka Kukahiwa 1-(minus 1), Ogata 3-(minus 18). KS-Hawaii: Apu Alifiche 3-6, Micah Mahiai 2-1, Austin Wilson 1-(minus 2), Kobey Tabuyo-Kahele 1-(minus 4).
PASSING—Roosevelt: Ogata 5-10–1-58. KS-Hawaii: Tabuyo‐Kahele 3-7–1-42.
RECEIVING—Roosevelt: Akana 3-43, Brandon Teixeira 1-8, Kolea Pa-Macalino 1-7. KS-Hawaii: Izayah Chartrand-Penera 1-28, Makoa Aurello 1-13, Alifiche 1-1.

(1:36) KS-Hawaii ball from its 18. Kekai Kaimikaua with a TFL for Roosevelt. Kaimikaua gets a second TFL but then Tabuyo-Kahale hits Chartrand-Penera for 28 yards to the 41 to move the chains. The quarter ends with Kekahuna forcing a fumble and Micah Felicilda-Ramolete recovering it.

(5:19) Roosevelt starts on the KSH 38. Mitchell Camacho gets 11 yards on his first carry. Ogata then scrambles inside the 10 but a holding call brings it back. Delson Marshal Kahahane Nurial Dacalio comes up with a sack for KS-Hawaii. Ogata completes a short pass to Kolea Pa-Macalino and then hits Akana for 21 yards to the 10. First-and-goal. Dacalio gets his second sack but brings him down by the horse collar. Half the distance to the goal but the sack counts. Third-and-goal from the 11 as some lightning goes off in the distance. Pass is short-hopped. Fourth-and-goal. Roosevelt will go for 3. Isaac Segawa‘s 29-yard field goal is good. ROOS 10-0, 1:44, Q1.

(6:33) KS-Hawaii will start on its 25. Tabuyo-Kahale’s third-down pass is tipped by Kaleikau and picked off by Ty DeBrum.

(7:56) Kalua Nahale with the punt BLOCK. Roosevelt has it at the Kamehameha 15. Shepherd Kekahuna stuffed twice for a total of no yards but then Ogata hits Akana on third down for the 15-yard TD pass. XP is good. ROOS 7-0, 6:38, Q1.


(10:02) KS-Hawaii ball on its 23. Kukahiwa with a TFL for the Rough Riders. LB Keneke Gusman with the sack on third down. Tabuyo-Kahele hits Makoa Aurello for 13 yards but it’s 2 yards short. Punt.

(10:16) Isaac Kaleikau with a 15-yard return and Roosevelt starts on its 41. Chase Akana gets a 7-yard reception but then a deep ball is underthrown and picked off by Izayah Chartrand‐Penera.

(11:04) KS-Hawaii ball on its 35. Junior Kobey Tabuyo‐Kahele at QB. Third-and-8 after a 2-yard run by Micah Mahiai. Roosevelt brings a blitz to force an incomplete pass. Punt.

Kekahuna with a 21-yard return to the 37 where Roosevelt will start with senior Sky Ogata at QB. Ogata completes an 8-yard pass to Brandon Teixeira but then Myka Kukahiwa is stuffed by Jayson Berdon on third-and-2 for a loss of 1. Punt.

Warriors win toss and will defer. Roosevelt will get the ball first.

TEAM CAPTAINS
Roosevelt:
Aalona Monteilh, Sky Ogata, Shepherd Kekahuna, Isaac Kaleikau
KS-Hawaii: Wilde Germano, Izayah Chartrand‐Penera, Keanu Klask Hoopii, Carson Crivello

Winner of tonight’s game gets Lahainaluna next Saturday night on Maui.
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Series history: First meeting
Roosevelt roster
KS-Hawaii roster

2019 Kamehameha-Hawaii Warriors (10-3)
>> Aug. 3: ‘Iolani 47, at Kamehameha-Hawaii 10
>> Aug. 10: At Kamehameha-Hawaii 56, Waiakea 6
>> Aug. 16: At Hilo 54, Kamehameha-Hawaii 10
>> Aug. 24: Kamehameha-Hawaii 48, at Ka’u 0
>> Aug. 29: Kamehameha-Hawaii 60, at Pahoa 6
>> Sept. 14: Kamehameha-Hawaii 34, at Hawaii Prep 12
>> Sept. 21: At Kamehameha-Hawaii 44, Kohala 0
>> Sept. 27: At Kamehameha-Hawaii 63, Pahoa 0
>> Oct. 3: At Kamehameha-Hawaii 49, Ka’u 8
>> Oct. 12: Kapaa 47, Kamehameha-Hawaii 0, at Vidinha Stadium
>> Oct. 19: Kamehameha-Hawaii 29, at Kohala 0
>> Oct. 25: At Kamehameha-Hawaii 35, Hawaii Prep 11
>> Nov. 1: At Kamehameha-Hawaii 16, Hawaii Prep 0
>> Nov. 15: Roosevelt at Kamehamehe-Hawaii

Kamehameha-Hawaii Warriors
All-time Division II state tournament appearances
2005
>> First round: At Moanalua 34, Kamehameha-Hawaii 0

2006
>> First round: Waipahu 27, at Kamehameha-Hawaii 12

2007
>> First round: Kaimuki 22, Kamehameha-Hawaii 0, at Kaiser Stadium

2010
>> First round: Kaimuki 14, at Kamehameha-Hawaii 9

2014
>> First round: At Kamehameha-Hawaii 42, Nanakuli 20
>> Semifinals: At Lahainaluna 52, Kamehameha-Hawaii 7

2018
>> First round: Kaimuki 28, at Kamehameha-Hawaii 27

KS-Hawaii Warriors state-tournament career leaders
Rushing attempts (single game)
1. Kaeo Bacatan, 24
2. Kolten Wong, 16
3. Mana Silva, 15
4. Kolten Wong, 13
5. Chase Paneku, 12

Rushing yards (single game)
1. Kaeo Bacatan, 87
2. Kolten Wong, 63
3. Chase Paneku, 60
4. Mana Silva, 55
5. Kolten Wong, 38

Rushing TDs (single game)
1. Kaeo Bacatan, 2
2. Kolten Wong, 1
2. Kilohana Hassenritter, 1
2. Micah Kanehailua, 1
2. Wilde Germano, 1

Rushing attempts (career)
1. Kolten Wong, 41
2. Kaeo Bacatan, 24
3. Mana Silva, 15
4. Chase Paneku, 12
5. Micah Kanehailua, 11

Rushing yards (career)
1. Kolten Wong, 115
2. Kaeo Bacatan, 87
3. Chase Paneku, 60
4. Mana Silva, 55
5. Kilohana Hassenritter, 31

Rushing TDs (career)
1. Kaeo Bacatan, 2
2. Kolten Wong, 1
2. Kilohana Hassenritter, 1
2. Wilde Germano, 1
2. Micah Kanehailua, 1

Passing completions (single game)
1. Kaimi Like, 14
2. Micah Kanehailua, 13
3. Micah Kanehailua, 11
4. Nick Miyasato, 9
5. Warner Shaw, 7

Passing attempts (single game)
1. Kaimi Like, 35
2. Micah Kanehailua, 30
3. Micah Kanehailua, 27
4. Nick Miyasato, 21
5. Keoni Thompson, 18

Passing INTs (single game)
1. Micah Kanehailua, 5
2. Mana Silva, 2
3. Kaimi Like, 1
3. Micah Kanehailua, 1
3. Warner Shaw, 1
3. Nick Miyasato, 1
3. Keoni Thompson, 1

Passing yards (single game)
1. Kaimi Like, 204
2. Micah Kanehailua, 190
3. Warner Shaw, 126
4. Nick Miyasato, 82
5. Micah Kanehailua, 81

Passing TDs (single game)
1. Micah Kanehailua, 3
2. Kaimi Like, 2
3. Warner Shaw, 1
3. Nick Miyasato, 1
3. Micah Kanehailua, 1
3. Mana Silva, 1

Passing completions (career)
1. Micah Kanehailua, 24
2. Nick Miyasato, 15
3. Kaimi Like, 14
4. Warner Shaw, 7
5. Mana Silva, 6
5. Keoni Thompson, 6

Passing attempts (career)
1. Micah Kanehailua, 57
2. Kaimi Like, 35
2. Nick Miyasato, 35
4. Keoni Thompson, 18
5. Warner Shaw, 15
5. Mana Silva, 15

Passing INTs (career)
1. Micah Kanehailua, 6
2. Mana Silva, 2
3. Kaimi Like, 1
3. Nick Miyasato, 1
3. Warner Shaw, 1
3. Keoni Thompson, 1

Passing yards (career)
1. Micah Kanehailua, 271
2. Kaimi Like, 204
3. Nick Miyasato, 135
4. Warner Shaw, 126
5. Mana Silva, 57

Passing TDs (career)
1. Micah Kanehailua, 4
2. Kaimi Like, 2
3. Nick Miyasato, 1 
3. Warner Shaw, 1
3. Mana Silva, 1

Receptions (single game)
1. Izayah Chartrand-Penera, 6
2. Aukai Akau, 5
3. Bayley Manliguis, 4
3. Tevon Pegues, 4
3. Grant Shiroma, 4
3. Kilohana Hassenritter, 4
3. Bayley Manliguis, 4

Receiving yards (single game)
1. Izayah Chartrand-Penera, 125
2. Tevon Pegues, 99
3. Bayley Manliguis, 82
4. Kilohana Hassenritter, 70
5. Grant Shiroma, 59

Receiving TDs (single game)
1. Izayah Chartrand-Penera, 2
1. Bayley Manliguis, 2
3. Tevon Pegues, 1
3. Grant Shiroma, 1
3. Hogan Rosehill, 1
3. Daniel Kalai, 1
3. Kainalu Whitney, 1

Receptions (career)
1. Bayley Manligus, 8
2. Izayah Chartrand-Penera, 6
2. Grant Shiroma, 6
4. Aukai Akau, 5
5. Many with four

Receiving yards (career)
1. Izayah Chartrand-Penera, 125
2. Bayley Manliguis, 111
3. Tevon Pegues, 99
4. Grant Shiroma, 94
5. Hogan Rosehill, 58


Receiving TDs (career)
1. Isayah Chartrand-Penera, 2
1. Bayley Manliguis, 2
3. Five tied with four

KS-Hawaii longest field goal: Kamaka Tauati, 36 yards
KS-Hawaii longest fumble return TD: Chris Aiwohi, 70 yards
KS-Hawaii safety: Mea Wong

COMMENTS

  1. Wainakea November 16, 2019 6:14 pm

    Kolten Wong, Mana Silva, familiar names! Hope both teams play out without any big injuries.


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