The OIA and ILH officially announced today their historic football agreement in which both leagues will play interleague, regular-season games, starting in 2018.
The Honolulu Star-Advertiser first reported the deal Feb. 13, but it did not become official until a vote by ILH principals Monday.
Under the agreement, OIA and ILH teams will play a full slate of games against each other in three divisions — Open, Division I and D-II. The games will not count toward teams’ standings in their particular league. The leagues are still planning on crowning their own champions and state qualifiers based on playoffs.
To take a look at the news release sent jointly by the OIA and ILH to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser today, click on the link below.