LIVE BLOG: No. 9 Kailua 57, Waipahu 6; FINAL

Kickoff at 7:10.

Waipahu punts on first possession.

Kailua driving, thanks in part to Isaiah Damo-Agcaoili‘s 37-yard punt return down the left sideline.

Surfriders are at the 5. They haven’t won a playoff game since 2009. Here is the box from that game, remember Chevy Mikaele?

OIA Red Playoffs
Kailua 21, Campbell 0
At Kailua
Kailua (4-5, 2-4) 14 0 7 0 — 21
Campbell (3-6, 2-4) 0 0 0 6 — 0
Kail—Eric Lum 29 pass from Chevrolet Mikaele (Lum kick)
Kail—Isaac Sato 25 run (Lum kick)
Kail—Corey Lau 10 pass from Mikaele (Lum kick)
RUSHING—Campbell: Samson Anguay 3-21, Sy Delizo 7-11, Nilo Omalza-Agbayani 1-10, Andrew Haina 1-4, Christian Carlos 5-(-5), Maika Ulufale 2-(-11). Kailua: Isaac Sato 10-44, Clinton Aina 11-31, Keola Kiko-Kahawai 1-9, Mikaele 3-7, Corey Lau 1-5, Kirk Sausi 2-3, Nicholas Rosolowich 1-(-4), James Jones-Kamanu 11-(-5).
PASSING—Campbell: Ulufale 14-26-1-152, Carlos 2-4-0-3. Kailua: Chevrolet Mikaele 9-19-1-145, Lau 0-2-1-0.
RECEIVING—Campbell: Jordan Szadkowski 7-74, Anguay 4-34, X-Tian Reyes 1-0, Carlos 1-20, Christian Abcede Abregano 1-20, Tim Friend 1-11, John Aiwohi 1-6. Kailua: Lau 5-93, Lum 3-45, Dustin Kalai 1-7.
Junior varsity—Kapolei 42, Roosevelt 0


Dalton Kalama scores on a 5-yard run for Kailua. 10:00 to go in first quarter. 7-0 lead.

Waipahu drives all the way to the 19 and is stopped on four downs.

The very next play, Kailua’s Noah Auld hits Koolau Gaspar wide-open down the right sideline for a 74-yard touchdown. Extra point kick goes wide. Surfriders lead 13-0. 6:38 left in first quarter.

After a Marauders punt, Kailua scores again to make it 19-0. Auld finds Gaspar again on the right side for a 34-yard TD. Conversion run fails.

First quarter ends; Waipahu has punted three times on four possessions.

Big break for Marauders: Tuinanau Misivila recovers an Auld fumble, but they lose the ball on downs at the Kailua 29.

The Surfriders immediately drive in for another score, and it’s now 27-0 with 7:53 left in the half. Auld makes a 22-yard TD toss to Isaiah Damo-Agcaoili. Martin Tigilau connects with Keiki Kanahele-Santos for the 2-pointer.

Kalama Keeno sets up Kailua’s next touchdown with a fumble recovery after a bad Waipahu pitch out. This time, Gabriel LeLesch scored on a 10-yard run for a 34-0 lead with 6:58 to go in the half
The rout continues. Kawehe Kohatsu chases Marauders quarterback Blaise De Asisin the end zone, forcing him into an intentional grounding. Safety. 2 points. Kailua 36, Waipahu 0.

A 34-yard kickoff return by Daniel Thomas sets up Auld’s 3-yard TD pass to Kohatsu. Kailua 43, Waipahu 0. 4:49 to go in the half.

Waipahu gets on board: De Asis 49 TD pass to Andrew Simanu. Kailua 43, Waipahu 6.

LeLesch comes right back for the Surfriders, scoring from 44 yards out on a right sweep. Kailua 50, Waipahu 6. Still more than two minutes left in the half.

Waipahu is stopped on four downs and Kailua is at the Marauders’ 19 with six seconds left in the half.

Jonovan Lee‘s 37-yard field goal attempt is short.


Running clock. Kailua’s second-string offense gets a first down and punts.

Fourth quarter, 10:13 left, Kailua strikes again. Backup quarterback Paul Serikawa Jr. throws a 38-yard TD pass to Jonovan Lee. Kailua 57, Waipahu 6.

It’s the most points scored by the Surfriders since 57 points are the most since 56 against McKinley in 1990.


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