GAME NIGHT 9/14: Mililani/Kamehameha

No. 2 Mililani 34, No. 9 Kamehameha 0



Warriors driving for a late score as the swing pass to Clemente puts the ball inside the red zone. Kamehameha at the 2-yard line but the ball is fumbled off the snap and Viloria returns it 99 yards for a Mililani TD. Kamehameha about to go 12 straight quarters without scoring an offensive TD against a Hawaii opponent.

7:18: Arona Sagapolutele in at QB and sophomore Hunter White gets a sack for Kamehameha.

Junior Kainoa Doctor with a catch for Kamehameha to get the ball inside the Mililani 30. Keone with a great throw to Blaze Kamoku down to the 5 but he is drilled by a defender and Kamalu DeBlake beats a Kamehameha receiver to recover the ball in the end zone for a touchback. More heartbreak for Kamehameha.

Junior Spencer Salcedo with a nice sack for the Warriors defense. Trojans punt.

Ebesugawa with an INT for Mililani but it is called back by an illegal substitution penalty. Vaisen Viloria gets a pick two plays later for Mililani.

Sam is stopped just short of the goal line but he gets it on the next one. A 1-yard TD run makes it 27-0 with 7:53 to go. Second TD for Sam.

6:51: Mililani ball with 20 seconds left in the quarter at its 32. END 3.

6:43: Kamehameha ball on its 12 with 1:55 left in the third quarter. Late hit called on Mililani and the Trojans call timeout. Trojans respond and force a punt.

6:40: Trojans ball after a short punt and Alcover and Sam take turns carrying the ball to move the chains. A couple of nice plays by the Kamehameha secondary to force a punt.

6:35: Kamehameha bailed out on third down as Mililani’s Mark Pasternak is whistled for targeting. Second catch of the game for Ramos goes for about 5 yards. Penitani forces a quick throw on third down and Kamehameha punts again as the rain really starts to come down.

6:31: Evaimalo with his second sack of the second half to force a third-and-20. A drop and Mililani will punt.

6:25: Kamehameha three-and-out as Seth Ebesugawa chases Keone down from behind for the sack on third down.

6:20: Trojans will start on their 20. Agbayani hits Jarin Kalama for 40 yards but then Kamehameha’s Ezra Evaimalo, a UH commit, comes up with a sack on first down. Agbayani to Gibson for 19 yards to move the chains. Agbayani to Gibson for a 30-yard TD and the Trojans explode out of the gates to start the second half. Agbayani 3-3, 89 yards on the drive. 21-0, 10:35, Q3.


At Aloha Stadium
Mililani (5-0, 4-0) 7 7 — 14
Kamehameha (1-3, 0-3) 0 0 — 0
MIL—Kanoa Gibson 24 pass from Brendyn Agbayani (Kaulana Navares kick)
MIL—Malosi Sam 12 run (Navares kick)

RUSHING—Mililani: Jasiah Alcover 13-96, Sam 8-32, Bam Amina 1-0, Agbayani 1-(minus 5). Kamehameha: Skyler Ramos 1-4, Andrew-Lee Smith 4-(minus 1), Kawika Clemente 3-(minus 2), Tanner Moku 2-(minus 2), Kiai Keone 4-(minus 5), team 1-(minus 19).
PASSING—Mililani: Agbayani 5-13-2-49. Kamehameha: Keone 4-12-2-32.
RECIVING—Mililani: Kai Banks 2-14, Gibson 1-24, Alcover 1-11, Sam 1-0. Kamehameha: Smith 1-22, Clemente 1-6, Ramos 1-2, Kalanikuikahi Lorenzo 1-2.

Mililani takes a knee. HALFTIME.

Kamehameha ball on the Mililani 22 with 47 seconds on the clock. Warriors run a double reverse to Skyler Ramos for 4 yards inside the 20. Keone tries to go deep but Fatu Iosefa has PERFECT coverage and gets the INT in the end zone for Mililani.

Sophomore Evan Rau with a huge INT for Kamehameha with under a minute to go. Warriors ball deep in Mililani territory. Ill-advised throw by Agbayani on third down.

Kamehameha ball at midfield. Muelu Iosefa has the easiest pick-6 of his life and he drops it and he can’t believe it. Swing pass out to Andrew-Lee Smith and he just starts TRUCKING people. 22-yard gain as he runs over half of the Mililani defense. Penitani throws Keone to the ground for a nasty sack on second down. Keone scrambles for yards on third down and Mililani’s Semeatu is down after the play clutching at his arm. Tristen Townes took him out in friendly fire. Preston Rezentes has a field goal come up short.

Gibson drops the punt this time and Kamehameha has it again. Back-to-back turnovers on punts.

Warriors ball on their 28 with 5:10 to go in the half. Kahekili Pahio beats the DB deep and is open behind the secondary but Keone’s ball is overthrown. Manu Penitani and Sonny Semeatu in on a sack on third down to force a punt.

Gibson is hit at the end of a punt return and Kamehameha’s Joshua Kaaina recovers for the Warriors.

Kamehameha will start on its 31 with 6:44 left in the half. QB Kiai Keone has a pass batted up into the air but the ball falls harmlessly to the turf. Bad snap skitters along the ground on third down and Keone is dropped inside the Kamehameha 10. Warriors punt on fourth-and-35.

5:44: Mililani goes for it on fourth-and-inches from the Kamehameha 19 and converts, but a late hit on Mililani’s offense gives them a first down at the 30. Facing another fourth down, this time from the Kamehameha 25, the Trojans elect to kick. Kaulana Navares‘ 42-yard attempt is no good, but a roughing the snapper call gives the Trojans yet another first down. On the next play, Malosi Sam finally puts an end to the drive with a 13-yard rushing touchdown. Navares knocks the extra point through and the Mililani lead is 14-0 with 6:51 remaining in the first half.

5:30: Kamehameha can’t make much of it and punts. Mililani gets the ball back at its own 24.


5:25: End of the first. Kamehameha faces second-and-10 at the Mililani 39 to start the second quarter, its best chance to score thus far.

5:24: Agbayani appears to have a long third down completion into the red zone but it’s reversed and called incomplete. The Trojans go for it on fourth down but Agbayani is SACKED on his own 39.

5:16: TOUCHDOWN TROJANS. Agbayani finds Gibson for a 24-yard touchdown. Mililani is on the board and leads 7-0.

5:09: Kamehameha goes three-and-out again, giving Mililani the ball back on its own 33 with 5:23 left in the first.

5:07: Scoreless here in the early going as Mililani turns it over on downs at the Kamehameha 21. The Trojans have had their chances so far, but haven’t been able to cash in.

5:02: Kamehameha goes three-and-out and punts from its own end zone. Mililani starts from the Kamehameha 40 after Kanoa Gibson‘s short return.

4:59: Mililani quarterback Brendyn Agbayani is picked off by Kamehameha’s Tevin Torres on fourth-and-11 at the Kamehameha 32. Torres intercepted the ball at the 2 yard line, which is where the Warriors will start. They may have been better served just batting the ball down.

4:54: Mililani’s defense comes out strong, forcing a Kamehameha three-and-out. The Trojans will start from the Warriors’ 43 after almost blocking the punt.

4:51: Kamehameha takes the opening kickoff to its own 27.


4:50 p.m.: Game two of our Aloha Stadium tripleheader is set to begin. Mililani will kick off.

Series history: Kamehameha leads 2-1
Mililani roster
Kamehameha roster


  1. Lou September 14, 2019 6:59 pm

    What’s with Mililani defense unsportsmanlike penalties? And mostly the first year “recruited”starters. I counted 6 new starters on defense that was never on last year’s team. Wow. Very chippy.

  2. Lou September 14, 2019 7:30 pm

    York puts in his first string defense at 1 minute to preserve a shut out. Really? At 27-0 ? Such class.

  3. Football Fan September 14, 2019 8:08 pm

    Lou, stop hating. You’re so irritating. We get it you hate Mililani and Coach York. You probably never started on any team in any sport. I dare you to say these comments to Coach York, (Maa) Tanuvasa or Coach (Sili) Malepiae. Until then shut up scrub!!!!!!!!

  4. Too much meke September 14, 2019 8:12 pm

    @Lou- whaaah whah whaaahh! Recruiting whaaahh whaaahh! 6 new starters not on last year’s roster whaa whaa whaaahhh!! Worry about your own team you clown!! Smh!!!

  5. ponyboy September 14, 2019 8:29 pm

    Yah who cares…crusaders taking title like usual

  6. Football Fan September 14, 2019 8:40 pm

    Crusaders are definitely on a another level, they dominated BG, nuff said. But this Lou guy is a loser

  7. 94 September 14, 2019 10:58 pm

    I don’t agree about crusaders taking it. We will see. They will actual face bigger better defense of Mililani and Crusaders QB Dancing around to make a plays he will probably have a hard time doing that with Mililani. All around Defense is a beast. DT are on point, 5 LB swarming the QB and I dare him to throw at Mililani DBs. Trojans Offense is getting better and I would like to see them stop there own running back who use to play with STL. So you don’t think that these running will exploite crusaders D. So I wouldn’t speak to soon about them wrapping up the title because they are ranked in the Nation. I would like to see them play ST. John Bosco and see how long they will hold up there ranking.

    Lou no comment I’m done with your comments.

  8. notes September 14, 2019 11:41 pm

    Lou = St. Louis. He’s an ILH plant who wants to spread hate to the public schools. it’s obvious

  9. Mike September 14, 2019 11:44 pm

    Seems as if STL and Mililani are the only programs relevant in the islands for the foreseeable future. Just wait until Coach York starts bringing in and adopting the kids from Samoa and then everyone will lose their minds. Then HHSAA will attempt to bring Coach York’s reign to and end just like they did Coach Livai years ago.

  10. Lou September 15, 2019 7:45 am

    Why should I tell any staff member to their face that they recruited to public school. We can agree to disagree. Did you think some type of physical violence could occur? No. Trying to pitch shutouts against any team and not let the 3rd string play , but put in 1st string in the last minute is pilau. For the coaches pride?ranking? This is what greedy recruiting is pilau.

  11. 94 September 15, 2019 10:20 am


    IMO. How is that pilau ??? when the coach is getting them ready to play against St. John Bosco, St. Louis and for the State title. They do it test out their red zone defense and hopefully teams like Bosco and Louis will not score on them when they play them or any other teams that will. If you watch the games maybe you would understand the concept before saying anything. It’s different playing live than having to practice goal line defense without any action.

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