Mark your calendars with these OIA FB dates

Radford will play in OIA Division I football this year after winning the D-II league and state titles in 2015. Ace Faumui is pictured running against Kapaa in the D-II state championship game Nov. 20. Jamm Aquno / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.
Radford will play in OIA Division I football this year after winning the D-II league and state titles in 2015. Ace Faumui is pictured running against Kapaa in the D-II state championship game Nov. 20. Jamm Aquno / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

OK, get your calendars out and start making your marks.

The 2016 Oahu Interscholastic Association regular-season football schedule listed below shows the Division I Blue/Red crossover games starting the weekend of Aug. 12-13. After that, each D-I team plays within its conference (Blue or Red) for six more games over the next seven weeks to complete a seven-game regular season.

All of the games listed below are subject to change. Harold Tanaka, the OIA football coordinator, said some changes will definitely be made and this schedule is not final.


The schedule listed here also doesn’t show preseason games to be played one week earlier (the weekend of Aug. 5-6). Hawaii Prep World is in the process of compiling those preseason games.

Among the intriguing crossover games on Aug 12-13 are: Kaiser at Mililani, Farrington vs. Campbell at Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium, Kahuku at Leilehua, and Waianae at Kapolei.

In the nine-team Division II, teams will play eight games in nine weeks starting Aug. 12-13.

First, the Division I (Red and Blue) and Division II breakdowns, followed by the schedule.

OIA Division I
Red

>> Mililani
>> Farrington
>> Leilehua
>> Kapolei
>> Kailua
>> Castle
>> Moanalua

OIA Division I
Blue

>> Kahuku
>> Waianae
>> Kaiser
>> Campbell
>> Moanalua
>> Aiea
>> Radford

OIA Division II
>> Waipahu
>> McKinley
>> Pearl City
>> Kaimuki
>> Waialua
>> Kalani
>> Roosevelt
>> Kalaheo
>> Anuenue

OIA DIVISION I SCHEDULE
Time listed if known is JV; varsity to follow
WEEK 1
Friday, Aug. 12
>> No set games yet
Saturday, Aug. 13
>> Kaiser at Mililani, 4 p.m.
>> Campbell vs. Farrington, 3 p.m., at Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium
Friday or Saturday, Aug. 12 or 13
>> Kahuku at Leilehua
>> Waianae at Kapolei
>> Moanalua at Kailua
>> Radford at Castle
>> Aiea at Nanakuli

WEEK 2
Friday, Aug. 19

>> Aiea at Kahuku, 5 p.m.
Saturday, Aug. 20
>> Castle at Mililani, 4 p.m.
>> Kailua vs. Farrington, 3 p.m., at Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium
Friday or Saturday, Aug. 19 or 20
>> Kapolei at Leilehua
>> Moanalua at Waianae
>> Campbell at Kaiser

WEEK 3
Friday, Aug. 26

>> Waianae at Kahuku, 5 p.m.
>> Kaiser at Radford, 5 p.m.
Saturday, Aug. 27>>
>> Farrington at Mililani, 4 p.m.
Friday or Saturday, Aug. 26 or 27
>> Kapolei at Castle
>> Leilehua at Nanakuli
>> Campbell at Aiea

WEEK 4
Friday, Sept. 2
>> Kailua at Nanakuli, 5 p.m.
>> Moanalua at Radford, 5 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 3
>> Kapolei at Mililani, 4 p.m.
>> Leilehua vs. Farrington, 3 p.m., at Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium
>> Campbell at Kahuku, 4 p.m.
Friday or Saturday, Sept. 2 or 3
>> Kaiser at Waianae


WEEK 5
Friday, Sept. 9

>> Kaiser at Moanalua, 5 p.m.
>> Waianae at Aiea, 5 p.m.
>> Kahuku at Radford, 5 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 10
>> No set games yet
Friday or Saturday, Sept. 9 or 10
>> Leilehua at Kailua
>> Farrington at Castle
>> Mililani at Nanakuli

WEEK 6
Friday, Sept. 16

>> Castle at Leilehua, 5 p.m.
>> Radford at Waianae, 5 p.m.
>> Aiea at Kaiser, 5 p.m.
>> Moanalua at Campbell, 5 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 17
>> Nanakuli vs. Farrrington, 3 p.m., at Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium
Friday or Saturday Sept. 16 or 17
>> Kailua at Kapolei

WEEK 7
Friday, Sept. 23

>> Nanakuli at Castle, 5 p.m.
>> Waianae at Campbell, 5 p.m.
>> Radford at Aiea, 5 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 24
>> No set games yet
Friday or Saturday, Sept. 23 or 24
>> Farrington at Kapolei
>> Mililani at Kailua
>> Kahuku at Moanaluna

WEEK 8
Friday, Sept. 30

>> Mililani at Leilehua, 5 p.m.
>> Nanakuli at Kapolei, 5 p.m.
>> Radford at Campbell, 5 p.m.
>> Aiea at Moanalua, 5 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 1
>> Castle at Kailua, 4 p.m.
Friday or Saturday, Sept. 30 or Oct. 1
>> Kahuku at Kaiser

OIA DIVISION II SCHEDULE
Time listed if known is JV; varsity to follow
WEEK 1
Friday, Aug. 12
>> Kalaheo at Waipahu, 5 p.m.
>> Roosevelt vs. McKinley, 5 p.m., at Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium
Saturday, Aug. 13
>> Kalani at Pearl City, 4 p.m.
>> Waialua at Kaimuki, 4 p.m.

WEEK 2
Friday, Aug. 19

>> Pearl City at Roosevelt, 5 p.m.
Saturday, Aug. 20
>> No set games yet
Friday or Saturday, Aug. 19 or 20
>> Kaimuki vs. Kalani, site TBD
>> McKinley vs. Kalaheo, site TBD
>> Waipahu vs. Anuenue, site TBD

WEEK 3
Friday, Aug. 26

>> No set games yet
Saturday, Aug. 27
>> No set games yet
Friday or Saturday, Aug. 26 or 27
>> Anuenue vs. McKinley, site TBD
>> Kalaheo vs. Pearl City, site TBD
>> Roosevelt vs. Kaimuki, site TBD
>> Kalani vs. Waialua, site TBD

WEEK 4
Friday, Sept. 2

>> Waipahu at Roosevelt, 5 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 3
>> No set games yet
Friday or Saturday, Sept. 2 or 3
>> Pearl City vs. Waialua, site TBD
>> McKinley vs. Kalani, site TBD
>> Anuenue vs. Kalaheo, site TBD

WEEK 5
Friday, Sept. 9

>> No set games yet
Saturday, Sept. 10
>> Roosevelt vs. Kalani, 4 p.m., at Kaiser Stadium
Friday or Saturday, Sept. 9 or 10
>> Waipahu vs. Pearl City, site TBD
>> Anuenue vs. Kaimuki, site TBD
>> Kalaheo vs. Waialua, site TBD

WEEK 6
Friday, Sept. 16

>> Waialua at Roosevelt, 5 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 17
>> No set games yet
Friday or Saturday, Sept. 16 or 17
>> Kaimuki vs. Kalaheo, site TBD
>> Pearl City vs. Anuenue, site TBD
>> McKinley vs. Waipahu, site TBD

WEEK 7
Friday, Sept. 23
>> McKinley vs. Kaimuki, 5 p.m., at Kaiser Stadium
>> Waipahu at Waialua, 5 p.m.
>> Kalaheo at Roosevelt, 5 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 24
>> Anuenue vs. Kalani, site TBD


WEEK 8
Friday, Sept. 30

>> Kalani vs. Kalaheo, 5 p.m., at Kailua High field
>> Kaimuki at Waipahu, 5 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 1
>> Pearl City vs. McKinley, 3 p.m., at Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium
Friday or Saturday, Sept. 30 or Oct. 1
>> Waialua vs. Anuenue, site TBD

WEEK 9
Friday, Oct. 7

>> Kaimuki at Pearl City, 5 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 8
>> No set games yet
Saturday, Oct. 8
>> Roosevelt vs. Anuenue, site TBD
>> Kalani vs. Waipahu, site TBD
>> Waialua vs. McKinley, site TBD

COMMENTS

  1. Ldub Twenty April 22, 2016 3:54 pm

    One question: WHY is the season starting so early? And why can’t only 8 teams qualify for the OIA Tournament? Don’t give me this crap about school starting early for public school. You can STILL schedule practices when school starts. Why not start the season a week later? To put it on perspective: some OIA teams won’t play a GAME in October. Think about that.


  2. Mahatma Gandhi April 23, 2016 2:00 am

    They got McKinley out of Div 1.
    Waipahu used to be a perennial OIA power.


  3. Tutu Kane Ale April 23, 2016 2:33 am

    Moanalua must be super good to play in both the OIA DIV I Blue and Red Division?


  4. Lee Boy April 23, 2016 6:11 am

    It’s about time they got Waipahu and Mckinley out of D1. They should have added Castle to that list. Eventhough, Coach Maeda does a great job and the kids play their hearts out. They just don’t have the numbers to compete with the bigger schools.


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