GAME NIGHT 9/6: Farrington/Kapolei

Farrington 22, Kapolei 8, FINAL

10:28: Game over.

10:24: Leroy Miller’s sack for Farrington on Kapolei’s fourth down gives the ball to the Govs on downs on the Hurricanes’ 10. 2:35 to go in fourth quarter.


10:19: Penalties hurt Farrington. The Govs will punt. 4:29 left in fourth quarter.

10:12: On the next play, De’Zhaun Stribling, who had been pretty quiet on the night, breaks open down the right sideline and Gregorio hits him with a 25-yard TD pass. Gregorio’s 2-point pass to Stribling is good. FARRINGTON 22, KAPOLEI 8, 7:29 left in fourth quarter.

10:09: A personal-foul call on Farrington pushes the ball to the 15, but a sack on Gregorio — Nethon’s third of the night for the Govs — brings it back to the 25.

10:08: Freddie Gregorio is in at QB for Kapolei.

10:07: Dycen Coyaso’s 16-yard punt return for the Hurricanes puts the ball at the Farrington 30.

10:06: The Kapolei defense holds and Farrington punts it away.

10:00: A long Bailey pass is intercepted by the Govs’ Selau Kalani. Farrington ball at its own 15.

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9:58: Third quarter ends.

9:57: A 15-yard personal foul penalty on Farrington pushes the Kapolei ball to the Farrington 40.

9:53: Cabuco kicks a 33-yard field goal. FARRINGTON 22, KAPOLEI 0, 1:31 left in third quarter.

9:52: Govs face a fourth down and 4 at the Kapolei 16.

9:46: Farrington is driving. The Govs get three first downs — on a 9-yard Chaffin to Christian Havea pass, a Chaffin 13-yard pass to Millare and a Jonah Aina-Chaves 2-yard run on a third and 1 situation. Farrington ball is at the Kapolei 16. 2:27 left in third quarter.

9:41: Kapolei faces a fourth and 5 from the Farrington 35. A Bailey pass falls incomplete. Govs ball at the 35.

9:40: Dustin Lino-Adkins gains 20 yards on three carries for the Hurricanes on the first possession of the second half.

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HALFTIME

Stat of the night so far: Raymond Millare has 140 yards rushing on 13 carries and two touchdowns. He had been used sparingly as a running back before this game, rushing for 45 yards on 18 carries in four games.

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9:18: Second quarter ends.

9:16: Sacks by Nethon and Leroy Miller do enough damage to stop Kapolei on its next drive. The Hurricanes punt. Farrington ball at its 10.

9:06: On second down, Millare sweeps left for a 14-yard touchdown. Cabuco’s extra-point try goes wide right. FARRINGTON 19, KAPOLEI 0, 2:43 left in second quarter.

9:05: A personal-foul penalty on Kapolei pushes the ball to the Hurricanes’ 20.


9:03: Millare runs a sweep to the right for 38 yards and Chaffin follows up with a 12-yard scramble. Govs ball at the Kapolei 37.

8:52: Another Reyes run gets the ball to the 4, and the Hurricanes make it to the 1, but a holding call and an illegal procedure penalty hurt the home team. On fourth down from the 6, a Bailey pass falls incomplete. Govs take over at their own 1 after getting an assist from the Hurricanes’ mistakes on the goal-line stand.

8:47: After the quarter ends, the ball is moved to the other side. A measurement is made and all of a sudden Kapolei has a first down instead of fourth and 1. Interesting to say the least. Farrington coach Daniel Sanchez argues the call, but to no avail.

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8:43: First quarter ends.

8:42: Kapolei faces a fourth down and 1 from the 22.

8:40: Govs quarterback Darius Chaffin can’t handle a low, on-the-ground snap and Kapolei’s Kahoolewa Emmsley dives in to recover the loose ball. Hurricanes ball at the Farrington 31.

8:36: After a sack of Bailey by Farrington’s Peter Nethon, the Hurricanes bog down and give the ball up on downs. Govs start at their 17.

8:31: Jayven Reyes takes a first-down handoff and sprints 49 yards to the Farrington 28.

8:29: After a Millare 14-yard run and a Hurricanes’ penalty, Millare runs up the middle for a 3-yard touchdown. Cabuco’s extra-point kick goes wide left. FARRINGTON 13, KAPOLEI 0, 7:00 left in first quarter.

8:27: Farrington’s next possession stalls, but a turnover haunts Kapolei again when the Hurricanes muff a punt. The Governors’ Vance Amorin recovers on the Kapolei 20.

8:19: On Kapolei’s first play, a Noa Bailey pass, Farrington’s Calijah Mareko steps in front of it for an interception and returns it 23 yards for a touchdown. Andrew Elijah Juan Cabuco kicks the extra point. FARRINGTON 7, KAPOLEI 0, 9:52 left in first quarter.

8:15: Raymond Millare finds some holes running behind Faaope Laloulu on the left — for 23 yards on the first play and 15 on the second. The drive however bogs down due to a pass interference penalty. Kapolei takes over on downs at its 15.

8:10: 8:10: Kapolei tries an onside kick and it is recovered by Farrington’s Koalii Kama-Toth. Govs ball at the Kapolei 45.

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Pregame notes

8:08: Farrington won the toss and elected to receive. Kapolei will defend the mauka end zone.

8:06: Captains are meeting at midfield.

7:59: National anthem now.

7:34: The national anthem is about 23 minutes away.

7:33: The Farrington varsity is on the field warming up. The Kapolei varsity has not appeared yet.

7:32: Farrington holds on to win the JV game, 27-22.


7:19: There’s a really tight, back-and-forth JV game going on right now. Farrington just took the lead 27-22. Before that it was Kapolei 22-21 and before that it was Farrington 21-14.

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Series history: Farrington leads 9-2
Farrington roster
Kapolei roster

COMMENTS

  1. lol September 6, 2019 8:57 pm

    the qb looks bad


  2. Austin Chang September 6, 2019 10:14 pm

    Kapolei never wins to Farrington. I wonder why


  3. IDGAF September 6, 2019 10:54 pm

    Jinx they lose every year to Farrington.
    Govs just played a better game. No make excuses Kapolei overall did not look good today.


  4. Harry J September 7, 2019 11:19 am

    Yes…lol….qb needs better training from questionable trainers.


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