ON THIS DATE IN 1984: Pac-Five, Saint Louis, Kamehameha tied at top


On this date in 1984, Pac-Five needed everything it had to beat pesky Damien.

The victory left the Wolf pack tied with the Saint Louis Crusaders and Kamehameha Warriors at 4-1 in the ILH standings.

Pac-Five eanred its big victory thanks to a game-saving tackle by James Markwith followed by Garrett Gabriel hitting Jason Anzai from 60 yards out for a score with 4:11 left.

Kamehameha beat Punahou 21-14 to earn its share of the first half title when 6-foot-4, 220 pound tight end Leo Goeas outraced the Buffanblu for a 68-yard on a pass from Garrett Awai in the third quarter.

Saint Louis earned its piece by beating Iolani 29-8 on two touchdown passes by Brad Johnson and another from Joe Charles.

Saint Louis went on to win the league but lose the Prep Bowl to Leilehua.


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