GAME NIGHT 9/29: Farrington/Waianae

Waianae 28, No. 10 Farrington 25, final

9:43: Game over. Last gasp pass falls incomplete.

9:42: Millare gets open and the ball sails out of his hands with 9 seconds left. Could have been a touchdown.

9:41: EJ Liua catches a 10-yard pass for a first down.

9:40: Fourth and 10. 30 seconds to go. 9:37: It’s third down and 10 from the Farrington 30 for the Govs. 0:37 to go in game.

9:34: Seariders are punting from their own 23 with 1:40 to go. Zefften Thompson -Avilla unleashes a 62-yarder to the Farrington 15.

9:32: Waianae has a third down and 11 from its 24. Farrington calls timeout. 1:48 left in game.

9:28: After a 15-yard Waianae penalty, Afe-Alaivanu finds Raymond Millare open in the near right corner of the end zone for a 34-yard touchdown. Afe-Alaivanu’s conversion pass falls incomplete. WAIANAE 28, FARRINGTON 25, 2:37 left in game.

9:26: Levi Hau-Kautai sacks Joseph (who lined up at QB) for a 6-yard loss. Farrington ball at the Seariders’ 48

9:24: Seariders get a first down, but now face a fourth and 1 form the Farrington 46.

9:19: Afe-Alaivanu throws three incomplete passes. Govs punt.

9:15: The Seariders go three and out and punt.

9:11: Farrington gets a first down, but can’t get another and punts.

9:05: Fesili-Ripley intercepts a Lopes pass in the Farrington end zone and returns it 41 yards. A 15-yard personal foul penalty brings the ball back to the Farrington 26.


9:02: Third quarter ends.

9:01: Xaiston Kamehaloha recovers a Farrington fumble. Seariders ball at the Govs. 28.

8:57: On the next play, Lopes tosses a short pass to a wide-open Lui and it turns into a 17-yard touchdown. Joseph kicks the extra point. WAIANAE 28, FARRINGTON 19, 0:29 left in third quarter.

8:56: The Seariders have a third down and 4 from the Farrington 17. 0:37 left in third quarter.

8:55: Lujan muscles for 5 yards and a Waianae first down.

8:52: After another first down by the Govs, Afe-Alaivanu fumbles a snap and Kalena Sione recovers for the Seariders. Waianae ball at the Farrington 45.

8:47: Farrington goes three and out, but a roughing the kicker penalty gives the Govs a first down at their 40.

8:42: Joseph follows a wall of blockers up the middle and breaks off to the right for a 35-yard touchdown. A high snap winds up as a failed conversion. WAIANAE 21, FARRINGTON 19, 7:21 left in third quarter.

8:41: Waianae’s Lui rambles off right tackle for a 41-yard gain to the Farrington 35.

8:35: Farrington kicks off, but the ball bounces off a Waianae player and into the hands of a Farrington player. A Tanuvasa 34-yard gain sets up an eventual 10-yard TD run by Tanuvasa. Cabuco kicks the extra point. FARRINGTON 19, WAIANAE 15, 8:24 left in third quarter.


8:07: Halftime.

8:06: After a Waianae punt, Farrington gets the ball back, but on the last play of the first half, Afe-Alaivanu is sacked by Selu Cook.

8:01: On fourth and 12 from the Waianae 38, Afe-Alaivanu is flushed from the pocket and takes off. The 6-foot-1, 278-pound Afe-Alaivanu gains six yards until he is stood up by the 5-10, 195-pound Fano. Waianae ball.

7:53: Three plays later, Lopes sneaks in for a 1-yard touchdown. Joseph kicks the extra point. WAIANAE 15, FARRINGTON 12, 4:11 left in first half.

7:45: Diesel Tuinei’s 24-yard reception on pass from Lopes moves the ball to the 19.

7:43: Joseph’s 24-yard kick return gives Waianae the ball on the Farrington 40.

7:40: The Govs go three and out. The punt team comes on, but the snap to punter Demetry Shoaf goes over his head and over the back line for a Waianae safety. FARRINGTON 12, WAIANAE 8, 7:51 left in first half.

7:38: Lopes fades to his right, but is chased by a bunch of Govs tacklers and throws an incomplete pass. Seariders lose the ball on downs. Farrington takes over at the 10.

7:36: Waianae has a fourth down and 1 at the 10. Farrington calls timeout.

7:35: Eteuati Lui runs up the middle 15 yards to the Govs’ 19.

7:33: Waianae’s Raven Keopuhiwa recovers a Farrington fumble at the Govs’ 34.


7:26: First quarter ends.

7:25: The Seariders go three and out and punt.

7:23: Farrington tries an onside kick, but Waianae recovers at its 45.

7:20: On first down, Farrington’s Selau Kalani goes around left end for an 11-yard TD. The conversion pass by Afe-Alaivanu falls incomplete. FARRINGTON 12, WAIANAE 6, 4:01 left in first quarter.

7:17: The Govs go three and out again and punt. The bounding ball hits the face-mask of Joseph, the punt returner and lands on the ground. Farrington’s Treshawn Kepa recovers at the Waianae 11.

7:13: On first down, Waianae’s Elijah Lujan runs in from 8 yards out. Joseph misses the extra-point kick. FARRINGTON 6, WAIANAE 6, 5:57 left in first quarter.

7:12: A Lopes pass to Adonnis Puou goes for 18 yards to the Farrington 8.

7:10: Shaydon Lopes now in at QB for the Seariders. He throws a 9-yard pass to Kenneth Joseph Jr. for a first down.

7:09: Govs go three and out and punt. Waianae ball at the Farrington 44.

7:06: Farrington’s Ezekiel Fesili-Ripley intercepts a pass Waianae quarterback Kevin Poepoe’s on the Seariders’ first play from scrimmage. Govs ball at their 10.

7:01: On a third and 1 play, Samsen Tanuvasa finds a hole in the middle of the line and goes 71 yards for a Farrington touchdown. Andre Elijah Juan Cabuco’s extra point is blocked by Waianae’s Paul Fan. FARRINGTON 6, WAIANAE 0, 10:30 left in first quarter.

6:59: Chris Afe-Alaivanu is in at QB for the Govs.

6:56: Waianae won the toss and elected to defer to the second half. Farrington chose to receive. Waianae will defend the west end zone.

6:54: The official timekeeper is Missy Holloway, who is UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway‘s mom.

6:53: We are a few minutes away from kickoff. Waianae is singing its alma mater. Captains will go to the field soon.

6:51: Junior varsity final score — Waianae 48, Farrington 26.

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SERIES HISTORY: Waianae leads 19-9


  1. Choloropicrin September 29, 2018 11:06 pm

    What is it going to take for Waianae to make it to the OIA playoffs as a #4 seed? This is probaly the most dreadful Waianae football season ever.

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