GAME NIGHT 9/10: Farrington/Castle

Farrington QB Justin Uahinui ran for a big gain in a scrimmage against Kamehameha. Photo by Bruce Asato/Star-Advertiser.
Farrington QB Justin Uahinui ran for a big gain in a scrimmage against Kamehameha. Photo by Bruce Asato/Star-Advertiser.

Six high school football games on the same night as a Hawaii football home game? You bet.

No. 6 Farrington tries to keep pace with co-leaders Mililani and Kapolei in the OIA Red. The Governors (3-1, 3-1) head to Castle to face the Knights (2-2, 1-2).

HISTORY: Farrington leads the all-time series 19-13 and has won seven of the last eight.


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9:37 p.m.: And that wraps it up. Farrington gets another small scare before running away with it. Faamatau finished with 128 rushing yards and his 5 total TDs

9:00 p.m.: Freedom Alualu 5 yard run, Alualu pat good.
44-13 Farrington with 3:10 left in the 3Q

8:26 p.m.: Halftime. Challen Faamatau has been doing a little bit of work:

10 carries for 80 yards and 4 TDs
3 catches for 61 yards and 1 TD
2 kick returns for 30 yards
171 total yards and 5 TDs

Also, Farrington didn’t punt in the first half.

8:16 p.m.: Too much Faamatau, this time with a 3 yard touchdown run. Kick failed. 37-13 Farrington with 12 sec left.


8:11 p.m.: Mosi Alaivanu-Afe is down. Got taken out of the air on a high throw. He looks okay. Walking around on the sideline now, Uahinui appears to be apologizing for hanging him out to dry.

8:07 p.m.: Touchdown Farrington. Faamatau 46 yard pass from Justin Uahinui, 2 PT conversion Uahinui to Tainano Gaulua. Also a safety on a snap out of the end zone, 31-13 Farrington.

7:48 p.m.: Faamatau again, this time 3 yard run, kick failed. 21-13 Farrington, 9:18 left in the 2Q

7:34 p.m.: Touchdown Castle. Jaylen Uyemura-Lee 28 yards to Jeremy McGoldrick, Uyemura-Lee tried a 2-pt and it failed. 15-13 Farrington, end of the 1Q

7:24 p.m.: Farrington scored. Faamatau 4 yard run. Blessing Umaga ran in the 2-pt. 15-7 Farrington with 2:56 in 1Q

7:13 p.m.: Touchdown Castle! Makana Smith 18 yard run after Farrington’s TJ Tautolo muffed the punt. PAT good, and we are tied.

7:01 p.m.: 3 yard run for Challen Faamatau, PAT good.


6:33 p.m.: Uahinui is taking all the snaps in warmups, looks like no Rapoza tonight.

6:21 p.m.: Farrington takes the JV contest 34-12.

COMMENTS

  1. Checkyoself September 10, 2016 6:44 pm

    Farrington 35-21 castle


  2. Checkyoself September 12, 2016 9:12 am

    Another outstanding performance by Challen Faamatau!!!!!
    Five Touchdowns… Although an athletic triumph for Faamatau, the offense needs to spread the game plan around. There is a lot of talent on this Governor squad and may become more effective with there run offense when rotation can keep fresh legs in the backfield. Same with the O line.
    There is still a lot of football left and now Okimoto should be concerned with athletes grades, health, and most of all safety, on and off the field.
    The Govs offense is now predictable. Time to spread the love by opening up the playbook.


  3. ??? September 12, 2016 5:32 pm

    Faamatau, best back in the state!!


  4. Checkyoself September 13, 2016 7:14 am

    Challen Faamatau the Hardest working back in the state. Okimoto needs to keep him healthy and injury free. When you abuse your runningback play after play, fatigue and injuries will happen.
    Playoffs are right around the corner.
    Okimoto needs to choose the perfect time to put him in and not only score but to outsmart his opponent.
    Okimoto needs to call plays keeping in mind Faamatau is a weapon. Like any weapon, there’s a responsibility of the weapon. Your opponent will not know what to do.
    When you need him, brandish him, carefully aim, and
    FIRE!!!!!


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