ILH records vs. OIA opponents

Farrington wide receiver Stephen Eter got past Kamehameha's Jonah Apo (6) during the first half of a high school football game last season. The Warriors are 16-4 against the Governors since the first Prep Bowl season of 1973. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.

The OIA-ILH football schedule, which was released on Monday, will give ILH teams an opportunity to face some new opposition.

In the Open Division, Punahou, Saint Louis and Kamehameha will play six different OIA teams (Campbell, Farrington, Kahuku, Kapolei, Mililani, Farrington). Some are common opponents and in one case (Saint Louis vs. Campbell) the teams have never played in the modern era.

Here’s a look at the three ILH teams’ history against their OIA counterparts in the Open Division since the first Prep Bowl season in 1973.

Kamehameha Warriors (28-10-1)
vs. Campbell: 1-0-1
Last meeting: Campbell 21, Kamehameha 21, Sept. 1, 2007
vs. Farrington: 16-4
Last meeting: Kamehameha 34, Farrington 15, Aug. 4, 2017
vs. Kahuku: 2-2
Last meeting: Kahuku 13, Kamehameha 3, Aug. 20, 2011
vs. Kapolei: 1-0
Last meeting: Kamehameha 26, Kapolei 18, Aug. 22, 2008
vs. Mililani: 2-0
Last meeting: Kamehameha 26, Mililani 6, Aug. 27, 2005
vs. Waianae: 6-4
Last meeting: Waianae 26, Kamehameha 20, Aug. 5, 2016

Punahou Buffanblu (14-16-1)
vs. Campbell: 0-2
Last meeting: Campbell 14, Punahou 0, Aug. 26, 2011
vs. Farrington: 4-0-1
Last meeting: Punahou 48, Farrington 6, Nov. 15, 2013
vs. Kahuku: 3-6
Last meeting: Punahou 13, Kahuku 10, Nov. 15, 2014
vs. Kapolei: 2-1
Last meeting: Kapolei 33, Punahou 21, Nov. 5, 2016
vs. Mililani: 3-3
Last meeting: Mililani 53, Punahou 45, Nov. 21, 2014
vs. Waianae: 2-4
Last meeting: Punahou 37, Waianae 21, Aug. 23, 2008

Saint Louis Crusaders (45-13)
vs. Campbell: 0-0
Last meeting: None
vs. Farrington: 5-1
Last meeting: Farrington 39, Saint Louis 33, Aug. 26, 2012
vs. Kahuku: 13-7
Last meeting: Saint Louis 31, Kahuku 28, Nov. 18, 2017
vs. Kapolei: 1-0
Last meeting: Saint Louis 35, Kapolei 6, Sept. 3, 2004
vs. Mililani: 6-1
Last meeting: Saint Louis 47, Mililani 23, Nov. 20, 2017
vs. Waianae: 20-4
Last meeting: Saint Louis 49, Waianae 7, Nov. 5, 2017

And here is the combined record for each OIA school against the three ILH Open Divisions teams. Only the Sabers have a winning record.

Campbell: 2-1-1
Farrington: 5-25-1
Kahuku: 15-18
Kapolei: 1-4
Mililani: 4-11
Waianae: 12-28


  1. OIA Supporter May 1, 2018 10:16 pm

    Ummmm…… and? OIA are much faster, stronger, and bigger now days compared to the past. So what’s your point? Past is irrelevant.

  2. TheRealDealisBack May 2, 2018 7:01 am

    Except for maybe Mililani and Kahuku, ILH will pound the OIA on a weekly basis this year. But with the OIA teams playing the ILH on a regular basis, OIA will up their game and be more more competitive in the years to come.

    OIA Supporter seems sensitive and whiny. Thanks.

  3. ILH May 2, 2018 8:12 am

    I think that the state, overall, has improved in the ways that OIA supporter has stated.

    The biggest improvement and most impactful, I feel for the OIA, is that the coaching has caught up, at least for some schools, to the ILH.

    Some teams, not so much, but are blessed with talent that they win but eventually lose in post season games due to sub par coaching.

    I still think this will be the B>R>S>E!!

  4. HBoy May 3, 2018 9:13 am

    It will be a fun season to be a part of history in the making. Football will only get better when the best teams play each other frequently. Playoffs are fine but the season is what helps the teams gel and find their chemistry hopefully in time for playoffs. Good luck to all teams, play hard, play clean and play safe. Go Big Red.

  5. UnreAl May 3, 2018 1:01 pm

    ILH will pound everybody except kahuku and mills. The state tourney will still not be correct. Punahou , kamehameha and saint Louis will beat the #3 and #4 oia schools which will be allowed in the state tourney , again ILH gets the u know what part of the deal.

  6. ALLILH May 4, 2018 8:23 am

    I agree with UnreAl…..ILH might win every division. Then what the OIA schools going complain about….BBWwwAaAAHhhAaaaa!!!!

  7. Un ILH at U May 4, 2018 3:31 pm

    How come bwaahh,waaah,ILH complaining #5 and #6 above? They wanted the merge. Lose $$$!

  8. jason keuma May 8, 2018 7:27 am

    I cant wait to see what what they come up with next year.

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