Konawaena, Kapaa roll on to lead N.I. squads

Konawaena and Kapaa delivered blowout shutouts last weekend to continue to top Neighbor Islands football teams in the won-lost department.

The Wildcats of the Big Island Interscholastic Federation improved to 5-0 with a 54-0 home victory over Keaau on Saturday.

The Warriors of the Kauai Interscholastic Federation notched a 68-0 win over Waimea on Friday to boost their record to 4-0.


Maui (3-1), Kealakehe (4-2) and Kamehameha-Hawaii (4-2) are next in line in the won-lost department among teams from the outer islands.

Last weekend’s seven Neighbor Islands scores and updated BIIF, KIF and Maui Interscholastic League standings follow.

Friday, Sept. 11
>> At Honokaa 33, Waiakea 31
>> Kapaa 68, Waimea 0, at Vidinha Stadium
>> Maui 3, Baldwin 0, at War Memorial Stadium
>> At Kealakehe 20, Hawaii Prep 0


Saturday, Sept. 12
>> Lahainaluna 37, King Kekaulike 7, at War Memorial Stadium
>> At Konawaena 54, Keaau 0
>> Hilo 41, at Kamehameha-Hawaii 6

BIG ISLAND INTERSCHOLASTIC FEDERATION
Division I

>> Kealakehe 3-0 (4-2)
>> Hilo 2-1 (2-3)
>> Keaau 0-3 (0-4)
>> Waiakea 0-3 (0-6)
Division II
>> Konawaena 3-0 (5-0)
>> Honokaa 2-1 (2-3)
>> Kamehameha-Hawaii 1-2 (4-2)
>> Hawaii Prep 1-2 (1-3)


KAUAI INTERSCHOLASTIC FEDERATION
Division II

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

MAUI INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE
Division I

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

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