Konawaena has best record in Neighbor Islands

Konawaena waited until Monday to play its game that was originally scheduled for Friday last week and the Wildcats won 34-27 at home against Hilo.

The Wildcats improved to 4-0, the best record among 16 teams from the Neighbor Islands. The Vikings had a chance to tie the game on its last possession but time ran out, according to West Hawaii Today.

Kapaa was idle last week and remained at 3-0, and Kamehameha-Hawaii improved to 4-1 with a 39-27 victory at Waiakea.


Updated Big Island Interscholastic Federation, Kauai Interscholastic Federation and Maui Interscholastic League standings follow.

BIG ISLAND INTERSCHOLASTIC FEDERATION
Division I

>> Kealakehe 2-0 (3-2)
>> Hilo 1-1 (1-3)
>> Keaau 0-2 (0-3)
>> Waiakea 0-2 (0-5)
Division II
>> Konawaena 2-0 (4-0)
>> Kamehameha-Hawaii 1-1 (4-1)
>> Hawaii Prep 1-1 (1-2)
>> Honokaa 1-1 (1-3)

KAUAI INTERSCHOLASTIC FEDERATION
Division II

>> Kapaa 1-0 (3-0)
>> Waimea 1-0 (3-1)
>> Kauai 0-2 (0-4)


MAUI INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE
Division I

>> Maui 2-0 (2-1)
>> Baldwin 2-0 (2-2)
Division II
>> Kamehameha-Maui 2-1 (2-2)
>> King Kekaulike 0-2 (0-3)
>> Lahainaluna 0-3 (1-4)

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COMMENTS

  1. The rim September 11, 2015 5:48 pm

    Sorry Nick, the Konawaena/Hilo game wasn’t a close back and forth game and it wasn’t as close as the final score showed. Konawaena was up big and then cruised the last Qtr. Hilo scored late to make it a better game,


  2. Nick Abramo September 14, 2015 1:43 pm

    thanks “the rim” … I will make a change in the story so it reads more accurately.


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