GAME NIGHT 9/1: Mililani/Clayton Valley Charter

Mililani quarterback Dillon Gabriel (3) and running backs Jalen Olomua and Kilifi Malepeai celebrated a touchdown during the Trojans' 47-0 win over Leilehua on Friday night at John Kauinana Stadium. Photo by Marco Garcia/Special to the Star-Advertiser.

Mililani will attempt to start a season 4-0 for the first time since 2014, when it won a state title. This is just the second time Mililani has taken on a mainland foe after traveling to Liberty for a 76-53 loss in 2015.

Head coach: Rod York
2017 Trojans roster


Head coach: Tim Murphy
2017 Ugly Eagles roster

Mililani 49, Clayton Valley Charter 30, FINAL

Trojans run out the clock. Kilifi Malepeai finishes with four TD runs, Darius Muasau 1 TD run.

Ugly Eagles come right back with a long TD pass and two-pointer. 49-30, 4:06.

Mililani with an interesting choice here. Fourth-and-7 at the CVC 45 with 5:57 to go. Mililani calls timeout. Trojans go for it and Gabriel fires a strike down the middle for a 25-yard gain to the 20. Raysen Motoyama with a 15-yard TD pass from Gabriel to put the final stamp on this game. 49-22, 4:22. Gabriel is 15-26, 156 yards, TD.

Eagles respond with a TD drive of their own capped off by a 2-yard TD run. Incomplete on the two-point conversion. 42-22, 8:46.

Mililani just grinding the clock as Malepeai again finds the end zone with a 3-yard TD run. 42-16, 10:59.

An 88-yard kick return sets up a 1-yard TD run for Malepeai. Two-point conversion is good. 35-16, 4:42.

Ugly Eagles have it third-and-28 and a short pass ends up going for a long touchdown. Poor tackling on Mililani’s part there. CVC gets the two-point conversion to make it 27-16, 5:01, Q3.

Trojans go three-and-out as Gabriel is nearly sacked in the end zone for a safety.

Mililani stops CVC on fourth down inside the Trojans 15. Turnover on downs.

CVC fumbles on a tackle behind the line of scrimmage and Mililani returns it for a TD. Extra point is no good. 27-8, 10:29, Q3.

Trojans receive to start second half. Gabriel with a 15-yard screen pass on third-and-19 and Mililani lines up and goes for it on its 41. Fourth-and-4 and Mililani is stuffed a yard short. Ugly Eagles take over on the Mililani 44.


The Trojans force a fumble and recover it inside their own 20 with less than a minute to go in the first half. Huge play to keep CVC from potentially making it a one-score game.

Trojans are 3-for-3 on offense as they put together a 12-play drive with right running plays, capped off by Malepeai’s 2-yard TD run. Gabriel completed a 22-yard pass on fourth-and-22 at the CVC 32 to set up the score. An injury on the touchdown to a Mililani player however. Gabriel 10-15, 89 yards.

Mililani runs the ball 11 out of 14 plays on its second offensive possession and scores a 6-yard TD run on fourth-and-1. 14-8 Mililani back on top.

Trojans will have second-and-7 at the CVC 38 to start the second quarter.

Ugly Eagles come right back and score on fourth-and-goal from the 1. Mililani jumps twice on the extra point so Clayton Valley goes for it and converts. CVC leads Mililani 8-7.

QB Dillon Gabriel goes 5-for-7 for 49 yards on the first drive and it looks like Kilifi Malepeai gets in on a 2-yard TD run. Trojans up 7-0.

CVS gets the ball first but has two false-start penalties and goes three-and-out.

The live feed doesn’t zoom in on numbers so there probably won’t be anything other than score updates on here. Apologies.

Game has been moved to 4:30 p.m. Hawaii time.


  1. RootedNotRecruited September 1, 2017 4:50 pm

    what a rubbish choppy stream. And the person thats running the stream doesnt even talk smh

  2. Atatiava September 1, 2017 5:11 pm

    The Radford – Centennial stream is excellent. Radford is up 6-0 at halftime.

  3. Toomeke September 1, 2017 7:16 pm

    Trojans offense is mean.

    Defense? Not so mean.

    Good game Trojans. Wat to rep da 808!


  4. Alpha September 1, 2017 7:25 pm

    Offense looks good, just hope Malepeai and Gabriel stay healthy. Defense is alil suspect after watching them play a more physical team the Castle and Leilehua. . .

  5. Jon September 2, 2017 12:57 am

    On the road, out of their elements, and still brought it. Well done! Hawaii stand together, nothing less.

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