It’s opening night in the 808 with seven high school football games scheduled for Oahu.
10:14 p.m.: Nelson Maeda complete the shutout, Castle wins its opener 38-0.
10:08 p.m.: Jaylen Uyemura Lee 43 yard TD pass to Dylan Kelling, PAT good. 38-0, 8:17
9:22 p.m.: Costa 27 yard FG good. 31-0 and we finally get to halftime of this fracas.
8:57 p.m.: Henry Nakamura McCoy 2 yd TD run, PAT good. 28-0, 3:20.
Camacho is ok, he was walked off the field.
8:55 p.m.: Kalaheo RB Anthony Camacho fumbles at the Castle 46, Castle LB Paki Tyquiengco returns it to the Kalaheo 8, Camacho is down with an apparent injury.
8:48 p.m.: Chris Sakuma 4 yd rush td, 2 pt conversion good, Jaylen Uyemura Lee to Samuka. 21-0, 5:38 left in 2Q. Knights looking good.
8:33 p.m.: Israel Pakele 6 yd td run for Castle, PAT failed. 13-0, 10:25 2Q
8:27 p.m.: 1st quarter over, Castle up 7-0 with the ball at the Kalaheo 42, 2nd and 5.
8:22 p.m.: Makana Smith throws a pick in the end zone , returned to the Kalaheo 6 by Mustangs LB/RB Josiah Akau. Kalaheo RB Anthony Camacho fumbles on the next play, Knights recover at the 1. Castle RB Israel Pakele pounds it in, Cheyden Costa PAT is good. Castle up 7-0, 1:55 left Q1
8:10 p.m.: Still scoreless, 5:25 Q1. Castle QB Makana Smith td run called back by a holding call.
8:05 p.m.: Castle three and out on first possession.
8:00 p.m.: Kalaheo gets a first down and then gains no yards. Punts to Castle on their own 30 9:54 left, Q1
7:31 p.m.: Kickoff scheduled for 7:47 p.m.
7:23 p.m.: Castle takes the JV game 19-14 after trailing 14-0 in the third quarter.
Live updates from a 7:30 p.m. kickoff will follow below and for now, here are some game notes to get you ready:
LAST MEETING: Kalaheo’s Max Karsten rushed for two touchdowns and Cody VonAppen, son of former UH head football coach Fred VonAppen, tossed an 8-yard touchdown pass to Kaeo Malama-Custer in the Mustangs’ 29-13 win on Sept. 14, 2007.
>> Castle holds a 14-11 edge in 25 meetings against Kalaheo with wins in four of the last five games, including one by forfeit in August of 1999.
>> Castle WR Jeremy McGoldrick has gone over 100 yards receiving in four of his eight games played at the varsity level. The Knights have only had one 100-yard receiver in 25 games against the Mustangs (Peter Pappalardo, 129 yards, 1980).
>> Castle is the first Division I team Kalaheo has played since dropping to Division II in 2008.
>> The Mustangs haven’t won more than two games in a season since 2012.
>> Kalaheo hasn’t won a season opener since shutting out Waialua 40-0 in 2011.
>> Castle has lost two of its last three games against Division II opponents.