Kapaa drops Lahainaluna for 2-0 start

Helam Baldomero of ‘Iolani ran against Kealakehe during Saturday's game. Na Alii of the Big Island Interscholastic Federation was one of three Neighbor Island teams to visit Oahu and get shut out over the weekend. ‘Iolani won 37-0. In addition, Kamehameha blanked Baldwin 53-0, and Punahou zapped Hilo 59-0.
Helam Baldomero of ‘Iolani ran against Kealakehe during Saturday’s game. Na Alii of the Big Island Interscholastic Federation was one of three Neighbor Island teams to visit Oahu and get shut out over the weekend. ‘Iolani won 37-0. In addition, Kamehameha blanked Baldwin 53-0, and Punahou zapped Hilo 59-0.

The Kapaa Warriors made it to the Division II state semifinals a year ago and are off to a fast 2-0 start in nonleague football games.

The defending Kauai Interscholastic Federation champion Warriors got past visiting Lahainaluna of the Maui Interscholastic League 14-10 on Saturday. It was a matchup of D-II state title contenders. The Lunas lost to ‘Iolani in the state final last season.

In other Saturday games involving both teams from the Neighbor Islands, Waimea of the KIF also improved to 2-0 by beating host Waiakea of the Big Island Interscholastic Federation, 27-14, and visiting Kamehameha-Hawaii of the BIIF drubbed King Kekaulike of the MIL, 51-0.


Scores of all games involving at least one Neighbor Island team in the second week of the Hawaii high school football season follow.

Saturday, Aug. 15
>> Waimea 27, Waiakea 14, at Wong Stadium
>> At Kapaa 14, Lahainaluna 10
>> Kamehameha-Hawaii 51, King Kekaulie 0
>> Damien 34, Kauai 19, at Aiea High field
>> At Kamehameha 53, Baldwin 0
>> At Konawaena 18, St. Francis 6
>> At Iolani 37, Kealakehe 0
>> At Punahou 59, Hilo 0

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