GAME NIGHT 9/21: Kamehameha/Farrington

No. 10 Kamehameha 28, Farrington 25, Final




9:31: Farrington appears to have intercepted Keone in the end zone but a roughing the passer call gives Kamehameha the ball on the Farrington 9 with 17 seconds left.

9:28: Paleafei jumps offsides for a 5-yard penalty, then KAMEHAMEHA CONVERTS with a 26-yard pass from Kiai Keone to Blaze Kamoku. The chains keep moving.

9:27: Kamehameha steadily drives into Farrington territory with some help from penalties but now face fourth-and-10 from the Govs’ 46 with 1:04 left. The Warriors call timeout, then Farrington calls one. Both teams are now down to one timeout each, so this is pretty much the game if the Govs can force one last stop.

9:19: Farrington faces fourth down and 6 at the Kamehameha 26, a distance that’s too long for a field goal but too short for a punt, so the Govs go for it. Millare takes a handoff five yards to get stopped just short. Kamehameha has the ball on its own 21 with 3:15 left. The time is now to get the lead back.

9:12: Kamehameha goes for it in its own territory on fourth down and the Farrington defense comes through AGAIN. The Govs get the ball back on the Kamehameha 41 with 5 minutes left.

9:04: The Govs drive all the way to the Kamehameha 3, but penalties kill the potential touchdown. They elect to go for a 28-yard field goal which Cabrales barely makes to go up 25-21 with 8:42 left.

8:57: Facing fourth-and-2 at the Farrington 12, Kamehameha goes for it but gets STUFFED for a loss of one and loss of downs. Farrington gets the ball back with 11:26 left and still nursing that one point lead.


8:50: End of the third. Kamehameha has the ball on the Farrington 19 facing second-and-9 down 22-21. Looks like we’re in for a crazy finish.

8:45: Another huge momentum swing in favor of Kamehameha after the Warriors force another three-and-out. After the punt, Kamehameha gets the ball on the Farrington 47 with 2 minutes left in the third.

8:39: HOLY SMOKES. Millare takes a pitch and it’s punched out of his hands on his own five. Hawaii commit Ezra Evaimalo is right there to catch it and run one yard to the end zone for a TOUCHDOWN. Rezentes knocks the extra point through and we DEFINITELY have a game now.

8:34: Kamehameha is right back in this thing. The Warriors drive down the field, capped by Andrew Lee-Smith‘s 3-yard rushing touchdown. Rezentes knocks the extra point through to cut the Farrington lead to 22-14 with 5:13 left in the third.

8:27: Farrington also goes three-and-out and punts. Kamehameha with a nice return to the Farrington 42 with 8:33 left in the third.

8:24: Farrington’s D comes out strong, forcing a three-and-out and punt. The Governors will start from their own 21 with 10:18 left in the third.

8:22: Kamehameha will start from its own 32 after the second half kickoff.


8:05: Farrington takes a shot downfield and then a knee to take a 22-7 lead into halftime. Kamehameha will receive to start the third quarter.

8:03: Kamehameha turns it over on downs at its own 41. Farrington has a timeout and 20 seconds to score.

8:01: Farrington can’t get a first down and Kamehameha calls two timeouts in the process to stop the clock. After the punt, the Warriors have one timeout and 52 seconds to score before halftime, starting from their own 33.

7:55: Even more momentum for Farrington after causing another Kamehameha three-and-out. The Govs have their own 43 with 2:26 left in the first half with one timeout.

7:52: HOLY MOLEY. The Govs run a trick play to absolute perfection for a 50-yard TOUCHDOWN. Jonah Aina-Chaves catches a backwards pass then throws it to a wide open Christian Havea. Millare then takes in the two-point conversion. Farrington with 22 UNANSWERED POINTS to stretch its lead to 22-7 with 3:46 in the first half.

7:44: The Govs are starting to gain some serious momentum after forcing a Kamehameha three-and-out and punt. Farrington gets the ball back on its own 36 with 5:38 left in the half.

7:41: FARRINGTON IS NOW IN THE LEAD. Torrence Liufau punches it in from two yards out, Cabrales’ kick is good, and the Govs are on top 14-7 with 7 minutes left in the first half.

7:37: WHOA. Farrington causes a fumble and TJ Paleafei recovers at the Farrington 1 with 7:49 to go in the half.

7:33: TOUCHDOWN FARRINGTON. The Govs drive down half the field, and Raymond Millare finishes the drive by punching in a 2-yard rushing score. Jalen Joe Cabrales knocks the PAT through and we’re tied at 7 with 9:09 left in the first half.

7:26: A 33-yard loss on a fumble recovery after a bad snap totally stalls the drive for the Warriors, who punt. Farrington gets the ball back at the Kamehameha 49 with 10:31 left in the half.


7:24: The first quarter ends with Kamehameha making a short gain. The Warriors face second-and-8 from the Farrington 47 when play resumes.

7:20: Farrington picks up a couple of first downs but punts after a penalty stalls its drive. Kamehameha ball on its own 20 with 1:10 left in the first.

7:11: It’s Kamehameha’s turn to go three-and-out then punt. Farrington gets the ball back on its own 29 with 5:50 remaining in the first quarter.

7:08: Farrington punts again after gaining its only first down on a roughing the passer call. Kamehameha gets the ball back on its own 49 with 7:18 left in the first quarter.

7:01: Kawika Clemente takes the opening handoff 55 yards TO THE HOUSE FOR A TOUCHDOWN. Preston Rezentes‘ PAT is good and the Warriors are suddenly up 7-0 with 9:25 left in the first.

6:59: Farrington goes three-and-out after three straight rushing plays for a net total of -1 yards. Kamehameha will start from its own 45 after the punt.

6:54: Kamehameha wins the toss and will defer. Farrington will receive to start this game.


6:53 p.m.: Headed for a delayed kickoff after the JV game runs long, a 35-30 victory for Kamehameha.

Series history: Kamehameha leads 40-21
Kamehameha roster
Farrington roster


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