Pac-Five 20, Kalani 9, F
Dillon Cortez catches 18 yard TD from Nicholas Sakimoto to give Kalani a TD. 20-9 final. Pac-Five earns its fourth win of the season, already matching last year with two more games to go. If they can win six, it would be their most in a decade.
9 yard touchdown pass from Hedani to Angelo Coluccio. 20-2 PAC-5 after missed XP with 7:22 left in the fourth.
Ian Canute HOUSE CALL. 84 yards on the TD run and the Wolfpack lead 14-2, 8:38, Q2.
Kalani gets a safety as Hedani is pressured and whistled for intentional grounding in the end zone.
The Wolfpack get on the board first as QB Chase Hedani finds William Reed for a 26-yard TD. Pac-Five up 7-0, 3:36, Q1.
Kickoff delayed until about 6:50 p.m.
Series history: Pac-Five leads 2-0
Too bad Pac-5 can not make States….
Yup, you’re correct. But clearly looks like Pac-5 would be the fourth best team that should be represented at States. Due to technicalities, they won’t be there. So what we watch at States is not a true reflection of the States’ Best in Div II.
The fourth seed in Div II for OIA is not earned…. a gift from the gods of HHSAA.
Is it me or does it seem like only Football is getting the unfair treatment. I don’t think they apply the rules across all sports. Almost hypocritical if you ask me.