GAME NIGHT 9/1: Kalaheo/Waialua

Kalaheo 43, Waialua 0, final

5:18: Game over.

5:13: Isaiah Akiu makes a 23-yard catch on a pass from Lapera to push the ball to the Waialua 4. Alana scores from 4 yards out on the next play. Nicolas Sarji makes the extra-point kick. KALAHEO 43, WAIALUA 0, 2:16 left in game.

5:11: Borge makes an interception for Kalaheo, and the Mustangs are on the move. A 15-yard pass to Neufeldt and a 9-yard Addy run gets the ball to the Waialua 30.


5:03: Third quarter ends.

5:02: Daniel Kapika’s sack for Waialua stalls the Mustangs’ drive. The “home” Mustangs will punt.

4:56: Kalaheo driving again. Alana’s 14-yard run brings the ball to the Mustangs’ 43.

4:47: After a first down Waialua punts on its first possession of the second half. Dicion’s 49-yard punt pins Kalaheo at its 1.

4:46: Running clock is in effect.


4:25: Halftime.

4:21: On second down, Addy takes a pitch around left end 8 yards for a TD. Borge’s 2-point run fails. KALAHEO 36, WAIALUA 0, 0:26 left in first half.

4:19: Alana’s 7-yard run pushes the ball to the Waialua 8. First and goal with 39 seconds left in the first half.

4:17: Mustangs are driving deep into Bulldogs territory, thanks to the running of Amasiu and Borge.

4:07: A sack by Alan Aber of Kalaheo leads to another Waialua punt.

4:02: Lapera throws his third TD pass, this time in stride to Kekoa Alana for 25 yards. Alana then throws a 2-point conversion pass to Eugenio. KALAHEO 30, WAIALUA 0, 6:25 left in first half.

4:06: Dicion is in at QB for the Bulldogs.

4:00: Once again, the Kalaheo defense holds and Waialua goes in punt formation. But punter Kyler Dicion bobbles a wide snap and is dropped for a 9-yard loss by Kalaheo’s Hunter Maiawa.

3:53: A Kalaheo pass-interference penalty spots the ball for Waialua at its 45.

3:39: Borge is at it again, scoring for the third time. This time, he makes an impressive over-the-shoulder grab for a 68-yard TD. The pass from Lapera was right on the money. The line of scrimmage was the Kalaheo 32 and Borge was wide open and made the catch in stride at the Waialua 34 before going the rest of the way for the six points. Jaden Amasiu’s extra-point kick attempt fails. KALAHEO 22, WAIALUA 0, 8:20 left in the first half.


3:44: First quarter ends.

3:43: Bulldogs get a first down on a Lacar to Yadao third-down, 9-yard pass, but after that, the drive stalls and they punt.

3:34: Borge takes a handoff from Lapera and tucks it nicely into his left side, hidden from some of the Waialua defenders. While Lapera runs up the middle, Borge goes left with the ball and gets around the end for a 28-yard touchdown. It’s his second TD of the game. Reggan Eugenio takes a direct snap and runs in the 2-point conversion. KALAHEO 16, WAIALUA 0, 2:05 left in first quarter.

3:30: Carl Addy goes up the middle for a 19-yard gain.

3:29: Kalaheo ball at its 22.

3:28: The Waialua drive stalls. Bulldogs will punt.

3:26: Dylan Yadao’s 11-yard catch from Lacar brings the ball into Kalaheo territory at the 44.

3:22: Kalawelu Kuehu catches a 25-yard pass from Lacar. Waialua ball at its 42.

3:18: On the next play, Jedaiah Borge catches a 38-yard TD pass from Lapera. Borge runs home the 2-point conversion, taking a direct snap in extra-point kick formation. KALAHEO 8, Waialua 0, 8:47 left in first quarter.

3:17: A 33-yard Lapera to Neufeldt TD pass down is called back due to a false-start penalty.

3:16: A short Bulldogs punt gives Kalaheo possession at the Waialua 33.

3:14: Kalaheo’s Jordan Neufeldt nearly intercepts a third-down pass. Waialua will punt.

3:12: Bulldogs start at their 6. Justyce Lacar is the QB.

3:11: Mustangs get four yards on three plays and will punt.

3:10: Noa Lapera is the Kalaheo QB.

3:08: Mustangs to start at their 35. And a 15-yard penalty moves the ball to the 50.

3:07: Kalaheo will receive. Waialua, which won the toss and deferred to the second half, will defend the south end zone.

3:06: Kickoff is moments away.

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