OIA moves two Open Division games to Oct. 19

Kapolei's next tussle on the North Shore against Kahuku will be on Oct. 19. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.

According to the OIA website, Friday’s scheduled game between Kapolei and Kahuku and Saturday’s game between Campbell and Waianae has been moved to Friday, Oct. 19.

Originally, Oct. 19 was scheduled to be the first weekend of the OIA playoffs. The state semifinals in the Open Division aren’t scheduled to begin until Nov. 16, giving the league extra weeks to push back its playoffs in certain divisions if necessary.

The Red Raiders will host the Hurricanes and the Seariders will host the Sabers on Oct. 19 beginning at 5 p.m. with the junior varsity game.


Also, Punahou’s game against Farrington scheduled for Friday has been moved to Saurday, Sept. 1 at Skippa Diaz Stadium at 6 p.m. It’s the only OIA-ILH matchup scheduled for this week that will be played.

St. Francis wanted to make up its game with Kaiser scheduled for Friday next week since both teams had open dates, but that game has been canceled.


Castle at Waipahu, Kailua at Radford, Leilehua at Nanakuli and Kalani at Roosevelt (moved from Kaiser) will all be played next Friday beginning with a 5 p.m. JV game.


Waialua and Kalaheo will play next Saturday at Kailua at 5 p.m.

For the entire updated schedule, click here.

COMMENTS

  1. TooMeke August 22, 2018 12:51 pm

    Hope you all stay safe over there.


  2. stl August 23, 2018 6:14 am

    STL & Mililani needs a reschedule as well!


  3. MJ August 23, 2018 7:23 am

    so when will the OIA championship be scheduled? Kahuku plays on Oct. 19th but the OIA final is scheduled to be the following weekend.


  4. Just ranting August 24, 2018 6:12 pm

    Farrington should just forfeit because they are planning to use a quarterback who cannot pass and is as slow as a turtle because he doesn’t want to play any other position. Instead of developing a freshman quarterback who has all the tools, better arm, more agile, faster and has a better sense of what the defense is doing, they plan to use the older player because he doesn’t want to be a lineman. His frame and build is better suited as a lineman than a quarterback, ask Mililani and St. Louis! So selfish. I can’t believe that the coaches are even considering this decision which goes to show that they have no clue! Just ranting.


  5. Kamehameha #! August 27, 2018 5:42 am

    “STL & Mililani needs a reschedule as well”

    Even with a healthy Mililani don’t have a chance against St. louis! Most likely Mililani will see Crusaders in the Playoffs so let Mililani get healthy first and May be they can give Kahuku some competition. St. louis has no competition in Hawaii.


  6. Nala August 27, 2018 4:43 pm

    Kamehameha#!……relax tampax


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