GAME NIGHT 9/30: Radford/Campbell

Radford quarterback Randy Wright ran the ball in the first quarter of the first game played at John E. Valasco Stadium since 2013. Photo by Cindy Ellen Russell/Star-Advertiser.
Radford quarterback Randy Wright ran the ball in the first quarter of the first game played at John E. Valasco Stadium since 2013. Photo by Cindy Ellen Russell/Star-Advertiser.

The regular season begins to wind down Friday night with the OIA Division I playoffs set to begin next week.

Campbell (4-3, 4-2 OIA Blue) pulled off one of the biggest wins of any team this season last week against Waianae and can clinch a state tournament berth and a first-round bye in the OIA playoffs with a win over Radford (0-7, 0-6), which plays its final game of the season and still hasn’t scored an offensive touchdown.

HISTORY: The series is tied 13-13 over the last 26 meetings dating back to 1969.


Live updates of the 7:30 p.m. kickoff will follow below:

10:00 p.m.: Radford taking over from own 20. 10 minutes left. Radford turns it over on downs at Campbell’s 47, around two minutes left.

9:43 p.m: Radford punting after a three and out. Kekahi Reiny-Alloy in at QB for Campbell. Brayden Gacksetter is down after a two yard rush. Still down after a few minutes
He’s carried onto a golf cart and it drives away.

9:36 p.m.: Stone Africa picks off Antoni and takes it approximately 55 yards to the house. Villanueva PAT no good

9:31 p.m.: Radford to start on own 29, Soakai doing some running drills on the sideline

9:09 p.m.: A little trick play action for the Sabers. Fangaima Mailei takes a handoff from Ulufale and throws it back to him for a 28-yard TD. PAT no good. 46-7
“Almost halftime,” PA guy says. Scoreboard hasn’t been working. Halftime: 46-7


9:06 p.m.:
A little trick play action for the Sabers. Fangaima Mailei takes a handoff from Ulufale and throws it back to him for a 28-yard TD. PAT no good. 46-7

9:04 p.m.: Campbell on the Radford 33. Just called time with 45 seconds left in be half

8:57 p.m.: Soakai takes the kickoff to about the 25 but the Rams start on their own 15 after a penalty, Soakai is down. Limos back to the sideline, but something isn’t right with his knee/ankle, Looks frustrated on the trainer’s table. It’s the ankle. Getting heavily taped, Radford three and out. Punting from own 15 with 1:14 left
Campbell taking over from own 46. Encroachment moves them up to midfield.

hurt

8:53 p.m.: Ulufale finds a WIDE OPEN Ramos for the duo’s third TD connection of the day. Someone should cover him. Villanueva PAT is good, 40-7, 2-19 left.


8:48 p.m.:
Zach Salazar hauls in a four-yard TD pass from Antoni! Vadim Woolery PAT good, 33-7, 4:02 left. That’s their first TD since August 26 against Kaiser, and their sideline/fans went crazy. Given the struggles this year after a state title, the fans never left.


8:42 p.m.: Three and out for Radford. Campbell starting from own 45 after punt. First play of the drive: Ulufale is picked off by Jonah Soakai to the Campbell 25. Soakai has been a great player on a not-so-great team all season long.

8:31 p.m.: Campbell turns it over on downs. Rams taking over on own 33. Iosua Sevao picks off Antoni and takes it to the house, I’m gonna say from around 31 yards
Read the bubble screen like a book. Radford ran that exact same play the play before
PAT no good. 33-0, 7:45 left, Radford to start from own 33

8:25 p.m.: Kyle Corpuz takes a handoff on a sweep and throws an incomplete pass. He’s down and is clearly in pain. I’m not sure what it is, but he’s tossing and turning
He gets up and walks to the sideline by himself. Radford turns it over on downs. Ulufale back in at QB, then throws his first incompletion.

8:20 p.m.: Saber punter Jeremiah Tauai throws an incomplete pass after a bad snap. Rams taking over from Campbell 41

8:11 p.m.: Radford to start from own 35. Jaylen Ignatowski picks off Antoni and the Sabers start from their own 38. Kekahi Reiny-Alloy now in at QB for the Sabers
End of the first: Campbell 27, Radford 0

8:07 p.m.: But Darius Cambe just ran in a five-yarder after Ulufale and Tasi Faumui hooked up for a 45-yard pass, PAT good. Ulufale still perfect 9-9, 153.


8:05 p.m.:
Ulufale and Ramos hook up for their second TD combo of the day, this one a 15 yard pass. PAT no good. Ulufale still perfect at 8-8, 109. Ramos 3-32 and two TD’s. Ramos has the look. Tall, fast with big strides, I know he has a baseball offer from Oregon. He must be able to use that athleticism on the mound. Campbell goes for an onside kick and recovers it on the Radford 43. Woah, Everything is clicking for them right now

7:55 p.m.: Radford to start from own 33. Randy Wright’s first pass is incomplete and he takes a shot to the head and walks straight to the sideline. Radford now on the 48 after a roughing the passer penalty. Austin Antoni now in at QB for Radford. Rams punting after a fumble and two incomplete passes, Campbell starting from its own 40.

7:52 p.m.: 20 yard rushing TD by Ulufale, Villanueva PAT is… good. Campbell up 14-0. 5:23 left in the first quarter. Torrid start for Ulufale. One passing touchdown and one rushing score. 6-6, 64 yards passing. On the ground, 2-28.

7:47 p.m.: Radford starting its next drive on own 35. Radford starts it with a loss of 15 on a bad snap, Three and out for the Rams, They’re going to punt. Campbell to start on Radford 46

7:43 p.m.: Radford wins the toss and defers to the second half. Campbell to start from own 34. Kawika Ulufale caps a 5-for-5 drive with a 1 yard TD pass to Markus Ramos. Ariel Villanueva PAT is good. Campbell 7, Radford 0.


6:57 p.m.: This is Campbell’s senior night and homecoming, nice crowd on hand. Last week’s win seems to have brought some energy to the community.

6:51 p.m.:
Campbell wins JV game 48-7

5:57 p.m.: Campbell leads the JV 28-7 at the half.

COMMENTS

  1. Checkyoself September 30, 2016 3:44 pm

    Campbell 56-3 Radford


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