GAME NIGHT 8/23: Saint Louis/Campbell

No. 1 Saint Louis 48, No. 4 Campbell 27, FINAL
 

Campbell punts and Saint Louis takes over at it 33. Bianco leads the Crusaders to the Campbell 12, with aid of two personal fouls on the Sabers.

AJ Bianco in at QB for Saint Louis. He goes 3-for-3 for 76 yards and hits Prince Solomon for a 23-yard TOUCHDOWN. PAT good. 5:16 Q4.


Sabers drive to the 15 and Hipa throws a jump ball to Titus Mokiao-Atimalala, who comes down with it for his second TOUCHDOWN. PAT failed. 8:06 Q4.

Saint Louis punts and Hipa throws his third interception, this one by Colby Rhinelander. Apo is intercepted by Peter Manuma and its Campbell ball at the Saint Louis 36.

Campbell starts at its 35. Tamatoa Mokiao-Atimalala makes a leaping catch over the middle for 34 yards, but on the next play Hipa goes deep and is intercepted by Bronze Moore. Saint Louis ball at its 20. Connor Apo in at QB for Saint Louis. Quarter ends with the Crusaders facing fourth-and-2.

Saint Louis takes over at the Campbell 48 and drive to the 15, where they face third-and-10. DeLaura keeps it himself for the 15-yard TOUCHDOWN. PAT good. 2:42 Q3.

Saint Louis stalls at the Campbell 25 on its opening drive. The Sabers drive into Saint Louis territory and nearly close the gap but Ceruti can’t come up with a catch in the end zone and Hipa is sacked on fourth down. Tamatoa Mokiao-Atimalala comes up with an interception for Campbell. Sabers go three-and-out, but Titus Mokiao-Atimalala is back on the field for Campbell.

Saint Louis runs up the middle then runs out the clock. De Laura goes into halftime 16-for-22 for 195 yards and four TD passes.

Campbell faces third-and-5 at its 36 and Hipa goes deep over the middle to Titus Mokiao-Atimalala, who takes a hard shot and stays down. After a few anxious moments, he’s able to walk off the field on his own power. On first-and-15 at the Saint Louis 41, Hipa to Aina-Chaves on a shovel pass for 26 yards. Two plays later, Hipa to Ceruti for a 15-yard TOUCHDOWN. Hipa to Chasen Torres for the 2-point conversion. :53 Q2

Campbell starts at its 41. Sabers recover a fumble for a 13-yard loss and punt from their 14. Saint Louis takes over at the Campbell 45, but after a holding call, de Laura is sacked on third down and the Crusaders punt.

Saint Louis starts at its 19. Facing third and 5 at the 35, de Laura keeps it for 18 and a Campbell penalty moves the ball to the Sabers’ 32. Three plays later, de Laura to Nishigaya for a 24-yard TOUCHDOWN down the right side. PAT good. 7:13 Q2.


Campbell starts at its 41 after a Saint Louis penalty on the kickoff. Hipa finds Zavier Ceruti for an 18-yard completion then keeps it for another 18 to the Saint Louis 9. Hipa with a fade to Titus Mokiao-Atimalala for the 9-yard TOUCHDOWN. PAT off the post. 10:19 Q2.

Campbell starts at its 10. Hipa goes deep and his pass is intercepted by Kamo’i Latu. Crusaders ball at the Campbell 45. De Laura and Nishigaya connect on fourth and 3 to keep the drive going. Crusaders drive inside the 10 before two penalties push them to the 24. It matters little, on third and goal, de Laura to Sykes for a 9-yard TOUCHDOWN. PAT good. :53 Q1.

Campbell starts at its 19. Campbell QB drops back then drops the ball. Stanley McKenzie recovers for Saint Louis and takes it to the 4. Kainalu Tumpap takes a handoff for the 4-yard TOUCHDOWN. PAT good. 3:49 Q1.

Saint Louis starts at its 18. De Laura goes 5-for-6 for 72 yards and finishes the drive with a 20-yard TOUCHDOWN to Koali Nishigaya. PAT good. 4:06 Q1.

Campbell starts at its 26. Jonan Aina-Chaves gets around the right side for a first down, but the Crusaders hold there. Sabers punt.

Jayden de Laura’s first pass is incomplete. He connects on the next two, hitting Matthew Sykes for a 30-yard TOUCHDOWN down the left side. PAT wide left. 9:21 Q1.

Campbell starts at its 35 after a Saint Louis penalty on the kickoff. After three runs up the middle a pass on fourth-and-1 comes up short and Saint Louis takes over at the Campbell 45.

Campbell will receive the opening kickoff.


Saint Louis wins the JV game 44-0. The game was done at about 6:40, under a rare Ewa Beach rain shower, but the varsity will still start at 7:30 for TV.

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Series history: Saint Louis leads 1-0
Saint Louis roster
Campbell roster

COMMENTS

  1. Palar August 23, 2019 6:41 pm

    Campbell going win.


  2. C-Pop August 23, 2019 7:38 pm

    Haha…OK good luck. Go Saints 👊🏽


  3. C-Pop August 23, 2019 7:39 pm

    Haha…OK good luck. Go Saints.


  4. C-Pop August 23, 2019 8:14 pm

    Haha…OK good luck. Go Saints.


  5. notes August 23, 2019 9:44 pm

    https://youtu.be/EXqMgX6vorE?t=137

    Saint Louis admitting they recruit athletes


  6. Crybabynotes August 23, 2019 9:50 pm

    @notes Are you crying again? Grow up


  7. afan August 23, 2019 9:52 pm

    Whining and complaining changes nothing. Where have you been under a rock?! It’s a private school they can get kids from anywhere! Time to deal with reality already! Same argue meant from the same person every week!


  8. Oahu August 23, 2019 10:17 pm

    Campbell still get 1st string in against St. Louis 3rd string. Play the backups already give the others a chance to play.


  9. Crusader for Life August 23, 2019 11:22 pm

    Saints developing depth and TEAM concept versus running up score and individual stats and records!! GO SAINTS!!!


  10. CrusaderDad August 24, 2019 7:07 am

    notes – lol! If you call that recruiting, a whole bunch of us can claim we got recruited by someone…Bro/Sis, the admissions director recognized Mariota’s name, because MM had applied..past tense. In the real world of recruiting they know when you start/finish the admissions process…


  11. afan August 24, 2019 7:22 am

    Too many penalties Crusaders! Fix it! Great win tho!


  12. Coach C August 24, 2019 11:52 am

    OIA needs to walk away from Open. StL. on another level. Much higher level. Public school cannot compete with minimum $$$, small school,DOE,ETC. Go back to old format. StL.can field three teams of Open caliber teams. Go back to ILH champ vs.OIA champ. Let them beat up.Kam and Punahou on a weekly basis.


  13. CrusaderDad August 24, 2019 12:54 pm

    Coach C – that’s short sighted. This format is better economics for OIA, plus more exposure. ILH get some more games…the kids have a better experience…I haven’t heard any of the OIA coaches or players complain. as a ILH grad and parent, mean props to the hospitality from the host schools, when we watch games.

    Pun/KS have the economics…StL doesn’t, they cram 3 teams on 1.5 fields and make due.


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