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Kamehameha's Chaz Bajet picked off a pass intended for Bret Christman of 'Iolani tonight. Photo by Jamm Aquino

Kamehameha’s Chaz Bajet picked off a pass intended for Bret Christman of ‘Iolani tonight. Photo by Jamm Aquino

No. 10 ‘Iolani surprises No. 3 Kamehameha

The Cardiac Raiders have done it again.


Andrew Skalman drilled a 30-yard field goal with 14 seconds left as 10th-ranked ‘Iolani upset No. 3 Kamehameha 20-17 last night at breezy Aloha Stadium.

Skalman’s field goal, his second of the game, gave Division II ‘Iolani its second win over a D-I powerhouse in as many years. Last season, the Raiders surprised then-No. 1 Saint Louis 35-30.

This time, they did it with timely plays on a night when Kamehameha’s sterling defense dictated most of the action. The Raiders trailed 9-0, rallied to take a 17-9 lead in the second half, and with the game tied at 17, drove from their 29-yard line to the Kamehameha 2 with less than a minute left.

A holding call on second and goal pushed ‘Iolani back, and after two incomplete passes, Skalman lined up from the left hashmark. His kick split the uprights with plenty to spare.

“It’s just practice and repetitions, attention to detail that the coaches teach us,” said Skalman, who prefers kicking from the right hashmark. “We just believed in each other, in our coaches, all week long.”

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At Aloha Stadium

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KS—Chaz Bajet 62 interception return (run failed)

KS—FG Tarra Gabriel 27

Iol—Trevyn Tulonghari 31 pass from Jarrett Arakawa (Andrew Skalman kick)

Iol—FG 20 Andrew Skalman

Iol—Bret Christman 61 pass from Arakawa (Skalman kick)

KS—Ryan Ho 21 run (Ho run)

Iol—FG Skalman 30

RUSHING—‘Iolani: Ammon Baldomero 18-83, Kila Zuttermeister 1-(-5), Arakawa 9-(-20). Kamehameha: Ho 23-136, Blaise Cuban 3-25, Kupono Park 1-4, T.C. Campbell 3-3, Michael Kukahiwa 2-(-3), TEAM 2-(-15), .

PASSING—‘Iolani: Arakawa 14-35-2-248. Kamehameha: Kukahiwa 3-4-0-48, Campbell 4-14-1-58, Christian Akana 0-1-0-0.

RECEIVING—‘Iolani: Trevyn Tulonghari 7-134, Kevin Barayuga 3-24, Bret Christman 2-67, Kasey Takahashi 1-16, Baldomero 1-7. Kamehameha: Cuban 4-72, Charley Bollig 2-16, Alexander Bell 1-18.

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Damien had trouble tracking down Punahou receiver Jeff Pedrina tonight.
Damien had trouble tracking down Punahou receiver Jeff Pedrina tonight.

No. 9 Punahou 51, Damien 6, final

Kaiana Eldredge’s breakout game included four first-half touchdown passes as the Buffanblu overwhelmed the Monarchs.

Eldredge was 10-for-16 and 221 yards with no interceptions. Running back Stabren Caires rushed for 121 yards on 16 carries and caught a scoring pass.

Punahou improved to 2-2 and is 1-0 in ILH play.

Division-II Damien dropped to 0-3 and is 0-1 in the ILH.

Four punt blocks by Punahou, including three by safety Brian Suite, also derailed Damien.

Suite’s first block led led to a 34-yard touchdown pass from Eldredge to Forrest Kim on the ensuing play with 2:51 left in the first quarter.

A punt block by Steven Lakalaka at midfield led to a 23-yard catch and run to the end zone by Caires, and Punahou led 14-0 with 8:44 left in the second quarter.

Punahou scored three touchdowns in the final 4 minutes of the half. Eldredge found Jeff Pedrina on a post route for a 60-yard touchdown play, with a big block from wide receiver Matthew Parrish.

A punt block by Suite bounced out of the end zone for a safety, giving Punahou a 23-0 lead.

Parrish then caught a 15-yard bullet from Eldredge in the end zone for a 30-0 Punahou lead with 1:22 remaining before halftime.

Another punt block by Suite led to a 15-yard return for a touchdown by Kyle Tu‘umalo early in the third quarter.

Damien scored on quarterback Breysen Lee’s 1-yard sneak with 1 minute left in the third, capping a 13-play, 68-yard drive.

Eldredge’s final pass, a 30-yard touchdown to reserve wide receiver Malik Johnson off a deflected pass, gave the Buffanblu a 44-6 lead with 10:03 remaining.

Backup running back Ikaika Nawahine had three impressive carries in the final series for Punahou, including an 8-yard burst for a touchdown with 2:30 left.

Ikaika Mokiau, a senior, led Damien with 124 rushing yards on 20 carries.

At Aloha Stadium

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PUN—Forrest Kim 34 pass from Kaiana Eldredge (Kaimi Fairbairn kick)

PUN—Stabren Caires 23 pass from Eldredge (Fairbairn kick)

PUN—Jeff Pedrina 60 pass from Eldredge (Fairbairn kick)

PUN—Safety, punt blocked out of end zone by Brian Suite

PUN—Matthew Parrish 15 pass from Eldredge (Fairbairn kick)

PUN—Kyle Tu‘umalo 15 punt block return (Fairbairn kick)

DMS—Breysen Lee 1 run (kick failed)

PUN—Malik Johnson 30 pass from Eldredge (Fairbairn kick)

PUN—Ikaika Nawahine 8 run (Steven Lakalaka kick)

RUSHING—Damien: Ikaika Mokiau 20-124, Derick Shoda 1-6, Darius Demello 1-2, Maui Bayne-Bryant 1-(-3), Lee 16-27, team 1-(-15). Punahou: Caires 16-121, Nawahine 3-45.

PASSING—Damien: Lee 2-14-0-11. Punahou: Eldredge 10-16-0-221.

RECEIVING—Damien: Mokiau 1-2, Shayvis WIlson 1-9. Punahou: Dean Matsuo 1-21, Pedrina 2-66, Forrest Kim 2-48, Caires 1-23, Parrish 2-25, Cole Dudoit 1-8, Johnson 1-30.

Kaeo Aliviado of Saint Louis had 102 yards receiving on four catches last night.
Kaeo Aliviado of Saint Louis had 102 yards receiving on four catches last night.

No. 1 Saint Louis 62, Pac-Five 24, final

Pac-Five started strong, but Saint Louis rallied from a 10-point deficit with six consecutive first-half touchdowns.

Jeremy Higgins played only one half and was 22-for-29 with five touchdowns and 304 yards. Three of the incompletions were drops.

P.J. Minaya, who had guided the Wolfpack offense to an average of nearly 52 points per game, struggled after a hot start. The senior finished 15-for-37 with two touchdowns, three picks and 196 yards.

One of his favorite targets, London Amorin, had eight catches for 131 yards. The other favorite, Darin Kamealoha, did not play due to injury.

After six catches for 101 yards in the first half, Amorin was limited to two receptions in the second half.

“Playing the No. 1 team, we can learn from our mistakes,” Amorin said. “Their defensive line was a major factor.”

Vonn Feao’s 9-yard burst into the end zone had given the Saints their first lead of the game at sunny Aloha Stadium. The touchdown capped an 11-play, 68-play drive and gave Saint Louis a 21-17 lead with 10 seconds left in the first quarter.

Higgins later connected with Kaeo Aliviado for a 30-yard scoring play, and after an interception by Saint Louis safety Zach Kawamoto, the Crusaders scored again just before intermission.

Higgins found Shaun Ahlo on a fourth-and-five pass, but Ahlo was short of the first down and scrambled from the left side of the hashmarks all the way to the other sideline en route to a 17-yard touchdown play. That gave the Saints a 35-17 lead with 1:25 remaining in the half.

After a Caleb Yuen interception — P.J. Minaya’s third of the half — Aliviado hauled in a 39-yard touchdown pass from Higgins with 4 seconds left in the half.

The shootout was on from the start. With both teams firing away out of their run-and-shoot offenses, it felt more like like an Arena football game.

Pac-Five zoomed to a 10-0 lead on Minaya’s 6-yard pass to Everett Kim on the Wolfpack’s opening drive.

A fumble by Saint Louis running back Sean Valente was recovered at the Saints 33-yard line by Kaimi Kanehailua. That led to a 33-yard field goal by Brendan Sagucio with less than 6 minutes left in the opening quarter.

By then, 18 of the first 21 plays had been snapped by Pac-Five, but the tide turned as Saint Louis’ defense found ways to frazzle Minaya, a nifty scrambler.

Higgins found Jordan Fukumoto open on an out pattern for a 5-yard touchdown pass to bring the Saints within 10-7 with 1:51 to go in the first quarter.

Three plays later, Pac-Five responded with a 64-yard catch-and-run by London Amorin.

Saint Louis’ offense couldn’t be stopped, however. Higgins hit Tupua for a quick wide-receiver screen, and the junior went 32 yards for a touchdown. That brought the Saints within 17-14 with 10 seconds left in the first quarter.

The Crusaders scored six touchdowns in their last six possessions of the half. Marcus Mariota took over at quarterback in the second half.

Tupua left the game with a leg injury late in the first half.

Damien meets No. 9 Punahou and No. 3 Kamehameha battles 10th-ranked ‘Iolani in later games at Aloha Stadium.

—Paul Honda

STATE FOOTBALL HISTORY

DateRnd Winner Winner score Loser Loser score Winner passing Winner rushing Loser passing Loser rushing
11/19/1999 1 Kahuku 47 Konawaena 14 171, Vai Funaki 133, Kala Latuselu 167, K. Lee 088, Steven Mahelona
11/19/1999 1 Baldwin 25 Farrington 19 103, Steven Hafoka 096, Eddie Ferreira 152, Waylon Philpot 061, Monty Kuresa
11/19/1999 1 Waimea 20 Kailua 18 056, Rocky Aviguetero 176, Jessie Sablan 167, Taleki Mailau 174, Rocky Alo
11/19/1999 1 Saint Louis 53 Waianae 21 277, Timmy Chang 179, Pesefea Fiaseu 211, Sam Keaulii 114, Lono Manners
11/26/1999 2 Kahuku 27 Baldwin 12 157, Vai Funaki 069, Kala Latuselu 036, Steven Hafoka 056, Eddie Ferreira
11/26/1999 2 Saint Louis 56 Waimea 0 220, Timmy Chang 188, Damien Cole 026, Rocky Aviguetero 096, Jessie Sablan
11/17/2000 1 Saint Louis 48 Castle 0 206, Bobby George 114, Pesefea Fiaseu 073, Joel Botelho 092, Kaleo Segovia
11/17/2000 1 Waianae 21 Maui 0 060, Jonah Nunuha 112 Lono Manners 102, David Tufaga 029, Tualau Malafu
11/17/2000 1 Kahuku 43 Waimea 17 152, Inoke Funaki 066, Mulivai Pula 084, Nikko Naumu 092, Jesse Sablan
11/17/2000 1 Kaimuki 20 Hilo 0 045, Jordan Caires 101, Sauloni Taumalolo 083, Davin Feary 020, Ikaika Tsukiyama
11/24/2000 2 Kahuku 41 Kaimuki 26 128, Ferron Fonoimoana 079, Marcus Salanoa 125 Jordan Caires 045, Soloni Taumalolo
11/25/2000 2 Saint Louis 63 Waianae 10 199, Kelika Higa 086, Pesefea Fiaseu 138, Brandon Lopes 036, Lono Manners
11/1/2000 Champ Kahuku 26 Saint Louis 20 045, Inoke Funaki 112, Mulivai Pula 165, Kelika Higa 088, Pesefea Fiaseu
11/16/2001 1 Kahuku 57 Lahainaluna 14 307, Inoke Funaki 083, Mulivai Pula 070, Kainoa Casco 037, Kainoa Casco
11/17/2001 1 Saint Louis 54 Aiea 7 240, Bobby George 095, BJ Batts 040, Lole Laolagi 023, Faasalele Neemia
11/17/2001 1 Waimea 41 Castle 20023, Adrian Agan 167, Timmy Chang-Wo 274, Joel Botelho 030, Fale Taupaki
11/17/2001 1 Kailua 53 Waiakea 8 125, Taleki Mailau 179, Nathan Leaver 118, Jomo Young 008, Jomo Young
11/24/2001 2 Kahuku 21 Waimea 7 162, Inoke Funaki 129, Inoke Funaki 006, Adrian Agan 054, Timmy Chang Wo
11/24/2001 2 Saint Louis 49 Kailua 7 198, Bobby George 071, Prince Brown 125, Taleki Mailau 033, Taleki Mailau
11/31/2001 Champ Kahuku 21 Saint Louis 14 028, Inoke Funaki 212, Mulivai Pula 145, Bobby George 018, Ross Dickerson
11/22/2002 1 Waimea 24 Kailua 21 107, Jon Palacio 064, Jordon Dizon 241, Ranson Kepa 050, Nathan Leaver
11/22/2002 1 Saint Louis 41 Farrington 23 225, Bobby George 102, B.J. Batts 196, Royce Machado 051, Royce Machado
11/22/2002 1 Castle 35 Hawaii Prep 0 166, Jacob Ramos 079, Kawika Sebay 071, Pat Blasdell 137, Brad Lau
11/22/2002 1 McKinley 28 Baldwin 14 248, Abel Werner 075, Michael Vasconcellos 207, Michael Donahoo 020, Waylen Costa
11/29/2002 2 Castle 27 McKinley 21 162, Jacob Ramos 070, Kawika Sebay 216, Abel Werner 046, Michael Vasconcellos
11/29/2002 2 Saint Louis 51 Waimea 0 109, Bobby George 091, Justin Cabansag 055, Jon Palacio 025, Jordon Dizon
2003 2 (d2) Damien 17 Waimea 13 100, Tevita Williams 113, Ranson DeCosta 053, John Palacio 053, Rhyan Parbo
12/6/2002 Champ Saint Louis 34 Castle 15 170, Bobby George 106, Justin Cabansag 160, Jacob Ramos 030, Kawika Sebay
11/21/2003 1 Kahuku 41 Kauai 3 032, Kurtney Silva 089, Dustin Huddy 097, Kekoa Crowell 020, Kekoa Crowell
11/21/2003 1 Farrington 27 Hilo 0 179, Eti Antonio 119, Matt Bell 023, Matt Hassenritter 141, Royden Nabarro
11/21/2003 1 Baldwin 20 Kailua 13 125, Roy Antolin 143, Waylin Costa 027, Kelroy Kohatsu 098, Damien Torres
11/21/2003 1 Saint Louis 47 Mililani 12 290, Kealii Perbera 055, B.J. Batts 160, Maka Kahoano 063, Jordan Apduhan
11/28/2003 2 Kahuku 35 Farrington 7 195, Waika Carvalho 085, Dustin Huddy 075, Eti Antonio 060, Matt Bell
11/28/2003 2 Saint Louis 48 Baldwin 6 290, Kealii Perbera092, B.J. Batts 140, Roy Antolin 068, Weylin Costa
12/5/2003 champ Kahuku 27 Saint Louis 26 096, Waika Carvalho 131, Paea Vaimoui 180, Kealii Perbera 101, B.J. Batts
11/19/2004 1 Leilehua 28 Kealakehe 7 188, Bryant Moniz 087, Justin Lawelawe 018, Eddie Lee 115, Jinho Tohara
11/19/2004 1 Lahainaluna 41 Mililani 34 162, Preston Medeiros 144, Wayne Phillips 158, Maka Kahoano 064, Jordan Apduhan
11/26/2004 2 Leilehua 17 Kahuku 14 176, Bryant Moniz061, Justin Lawelawe 047, Bronson Ponciano-Ahue 053, Malosi Teo
11/26/2004 2 Kamehameha 21 Lahainaluna 6 083, Pono Kam 167, Jayson Rego 104, Preston Medeiros 040, Wayne Phillips
12/3/2004 champ Kamehameha 28 Leilehua 7 059, Pono Kam 212, Jayson Rego 231, Bryant Moniz 039, Justin Lawelawe
2005 1 Punahou 35 Aiea 14 258, Brett Kan 044, Colin Viloria 209, Kali Kuia 032, Lofa Liilii
2005 1 Waianae 21 Kealakehe 14 123, Liko Manuel 115, Nui Stevens 071, Tai Papalii 082, Shaun Santiago
2005 2 Kahuku 43 Waianae 0 059, Kaulin Krebs 160, Malosi Teo 043, Henry Keomalu 041, Nui Stevens
2005 2 Punahou 30 Baldwin 7 169, Brett Kan 049, Kainoa Carlson 145, Kalehua Moniz 021, Kalehua Moniz
2005 champ Kahuku 28 Punahou 21 138, Kaulin Krebs 262, Malosi Teo 271, Brett Kan 015, Kainoa Carlson
2006 1 Waianae 28 Kealakehe 14 167, Ben McQuown 074, Justin Kauwalu 143, Keoki Limahai 033, Gabe Tuata
2006 1 Baldwin 22 Mililani 17 290, Jordan Helle 077, Chauncey Bolosan 192, Rustin Funakoshi 126, Jordan Torres
2006 2 Kahuku 22 Baldwin 20 074, Richard Torres 112, Junior Mataafa 104, Jordan Helle 038, Chansi Bolosan
2006 2 Saint Louis 10 Waianae 7 053, Tamatoa DeMello 040, Shane Ahlo 031, Ben McQwown 064, Danny Kekoanui
2006 champ Kahuku 7 Saint Louis 6020, Richard Torres 108, Richard Torres 099, Tamatoa DeMello 021, Keani Nishigaya
11/18/2007 1 Waianae 21 Kealakehe 17 047, Ben McQwown 184, Danny Kekoanui 333, Kawai Kanuha 025, Keoki Limahai
11/18/2007 1 Baldwin 26 Farrington 14 200, Jordan Helle 073, Chansi Bolosan 146, Alefosiu Iu 057, Apelu So'oalo
11/25/2007 2 Saint Louis 44 Waianae 6 248, Micah Mamiya 018, Keani Nigigaya 062, RJ Tacgere-Bailey 049, Johnathan Abell
11/25/2007 2 Leilehua 41 Baldwin 34 263, Andrew Manley 071, Zaire Macapagal 303, Jordan Helle 028, Chansi Bolosan
12/01/2007 champ Leilehua 20 Saint Louis 16 181, Andrew Manley 015, Rico Newman 155, Micah Mamiya 164, Keani Nishigaya
11/22/2008 1 Farrington 30 Kealakehe 13 115, Dayton Kealoha 150, Apelu So'oalo 144, Jordan Ursua 058, Jordan Ursua
11/22/2008 1 Leilehua 34 Baldwin 15 225, Andrew Manley 025, Andrew Manley 286, Ikaika Wilhelm-Ioane 046, Hajima Alabanza
11/29/2008 2 Punahou 35 Farrington 28 412, Cayman Shutter 049, Manti Te'o 235, Dayton Kealoha 112, Apelu So'oalo
11/29/2008 2 Leilehua 17 Kahuku 10 291, Andrew Manley 025, Andrew Manley 83, Sage Kala 068, Alapeti Magalei
12/06/2008 champ Punahou 38 Leilehua 7 400, Cayman Shutter 098, Dalton Hilliard 205, Andrew Manley 015, Rico Newman
11/21/2009 1 Farrington 48 Honokaa 16 111, Jared Hakuole 258, Harry Tuimaseve 247, Sage Johnson 022, Maui Acantilado
11/21/2009 1 Leilehua 48 Baldwin 12 235, Andrew Manley 060, Carlos Marshall 183, Brock Shishido 016, Aaron Ross
11/29/2009 2 Kahuku 9 Farrington 6 104, Evan Moe 068, Viliami Pasi 030, Jared Hakuole 185, Harry Tuimaseve
11/28/2009 2 Kamehameha 40 Leilehua 0 217, TC Campbell 107, Ryan Ho 120, Andrew Manley 013, Austin Schmidt
12/05/2009 champ Kamehameha 34 Kahuku 21 183, T.C. Campbell 121, Ryan Ho 138, Evan Moe 054, Fonoivasa Mataafa
11/21/2009 1 (d2) Aiea 20 Lahainaluna 12 068, Chucky Kaahanui 067, Chucky Kaahanui and Anae Vaa 106, Todd Rickard Jr. 031, Todd Rickard Jr.
11/21/2009 1 (d2) Hawaii Prep 17 Moanalua 14 146, Keanu Yamamoto 031, Isaiah Adams 047, Adam Francisco 141, Tahje Canyon
11/28/2009 2 (d2) Iolani 21 Aiea 7 210, Jarrett Arakawa 139, Ammon Baldomero 064, Chucky Kaahanui 049, Otto-Titan Salausa
11/29/2009 2 (d2) Kauai 28 Hawaii Prep 14 208, Trey Shimabukuro 069, Kele Hanohano 247, Keanu Yamamoto 064, Isaiah Adams
12/4/1999 Champ Saint Louis 19 Kahuku 0 088, Timmy Chang 156, Pesefea Fiaseu 055, Vai Funaki 032, Kala Latuselu
11/22/2008 1 (d2) Campbell 25 Konawaena 15 176, Lalo Respicio 130, Brandon Ahuna 064, Thomas Deniz 045, Thomas Deniz
11/22/2008 1 (d2) Radford 17 Kauai 7 082, Mosiah Manuma 160, Phil Hogan 145, Trey Shimabukuro 021, Paleku Yasay
11/29/2008 2 (d2) Iolani 24 Campbell 6 156, Jarrett Arakawa 079, Kellen Imada 185, Lalo Repicio 029, Lalo Repicio
11/29/2008 2 (d2) Radford 33 Lahainaluna 27 179, Mosiah Manuma 108, Mosiah Manuma 074, Jake Manning 116, Jake Manning
12/06/2008 champ (d2) Iolani 35 Radford 20 065, Jarrett Arakawa 119, Kellen Imada 167, Mosiah Manuma 035, Phil Hogan
11/18/2007 1 (d2) Kaimuki 22 KS-Hawaii 0 035, Kapono Kaiwi-Barrionuebo 111, Justin Paderes 053, Nick Miyasato 015, Kolten Wong
11/18/2007 1 (d2) Kauai 40 Roosevelt 9 052, Trent Allianic 171, Kelii Ruiz 048, Shon Fujii 078, Ranson Tuitama
11/25/2007 2 (d2) Lahainaluna 52 Kaimuki 20 083, Jake Manning093, Blaise Smith 149, Kapono Kaiwi-Barrionuebo 027, Justin Paderes
11/25/2007 2 (d2) Iolani 35 Kauai 21 253, Kela Marciel 138, Justin Yamamoto 146, Trent Allianic 027, Andrew Renaud
12/1/2007 champ (d2) Iolani 28 Lahainaluna 21 290, Kela Marciel 088, Justin Yamamoto 043, Jake Manning 063, Kailas McGhee
2006 1 (d2) Iolani 41 Kaimuki 40 240, Ryan Dung 015, Justin Yamamoto 142, Kapono Kaiwi-Barrionuebo 143, Dolly Ainuu
2006 1 (d2) Waipahu 27 KS-Hawaii 12 098, Gil Fernandez 118, Keo Palimoo 082, Nick Miyasato 038, Kolten Wong
2006 2 (d2) King Kekaulike 38 Iolani 37 085, Shelton Bangasan 193, Michael Douglas 369, Ryan Dung 022, Justin Yamamoto
2006 2 (d2) Kauai 17 Waipahu 6 133, Andrew Renaud 008, Micah Allayvilla 016, Gil Fernandez 056, Matt Soueira
2006 champ (d2) King Kekaulike 33 Kauai 20 008, Shelton Bangasan 134, Shannon Kamakaokalani 236, Andrew Renaud 065, Brendan Young
2005 1 (d2) Moanalua 34 KS-Hawaii 20 148, Stanford Leti 125, Stanford Leti 057, Mana Silva 063, Kolten Wong
2005 1 (d2) KS-Maui 14 Kauai 7 132, Keahi Raikes 049, Mitchell-Kaui Owan 047, Pono Matthews 050, Pono Matthews
2005 2 (d2) Radford 37 KS-Maui 27 145, Justin Lord 057, Alex Daniels 203, Keahi Raikes 039, Kaui Owan
2005 2 (d2) Iolani 48 Moanalua 20 355, Kiran Kepoo 075, Justin Yamamoto 001, Stanford Leti 139, Stanford Leti
2003 2 (D2) Aiea 24 Lahainaluna 14 186, Kali Kuia 070, Raymond Tauala 133, Mahi Medeiros 030, Kaniela Tuipulotu
2004 1 (d2) Kauai 49 Pac Three 7 181, Kekoa Crowell 061, Niko Elvenia none 112, Chris Faulkner
2004 2 (d2) Campbell 29 Kauai 20 079, Shayne Asosau 069, Kaneala Stanton 289, Kekoa Crowell 033, Domini Elvenia
2004 2(d2) Iolani 17 Hawaii Prep 7 161, Kiran Kepoo 112, Mike Hirokawa 069, Billy Case 096, Mike Kopra
2003 1 (d2) Damien 20 Kapolei 14 156, Tevita Williams 119, Ranson DeCosta 103, Jonathan Medeiros 015, Kaipo Noa Kaheaku-Enhada
2003 1 (d2) Lahainaluna 21 Hawaii Prep 14 107, Mahi Medeiros 069, Paul Maielua 022, Mauae Purdy 274, Micael Kopra
2003 champ (d2) Aiea 9 Damien 7 125, Kali Kuia024, Ben Ah Mook Sang 129, Tevita Williams 092, Ranson DeCosta
2004 1 (d2) Hawaii Prep 41 Waipahu 16 097, Billy Case 201, Michael Kopra 136, Austen Benito 048, Krypton Taito
2004 champ (d2) Campbell 28 Iolani 7 025, Shaye Asoau 122, Isiah Smith 210, Kiran Kepoo 029, Mike Hirokawa
2005 champ (d2) Iolani 34 Radford 20 187, Kiran Kepoo 217, Mike Hirokawa 076, Justin Lord 138, Alex Daniels
12/05/2009 champ (d2) Iolani 24 Kauai 17 251, Jarrett Arakawa 108, Ammon Baldomero 204, Trey Shimabukuro 036, Paleku Yasay

P5—Everett Kim 6 pass from P.J. Minaya (Brendan Sagucio kick)

P5—FG 33 Brendan Sagucio

STL—Jordan Fukumoto 55 pass from Jeremy Higgins (Jesse Correa kick)

P5—London Amorin 64 pass from Minaya (Sagucio kick)

STL—Joshua Tupua 32 pass from Higgins (Correa kick)

STL—Vonn Feao 9 run (Correa kick)

STL—Kaeo Aliviado 30 pass from Higgins (Correa kick)

STL—Shaun Ahlo 17 pass from Higgins (Correa kick)

STL—Aliviado 39 pass from Higgins (Correa kick)

STL—Sean Valente 6 run (Correa kick)

STL—Duke Bukoski 32 pass from Maurice Mariota (Correa kick)

P5—Minaya 3 run (Sagucio kick)

STL—Mariota 27 run (kick failed)

RUSHING—Pac-Five: Minaya 5-(-17), Darius Anderson 5-25, Kim 1-1. Saint Louis: Sean Valente 9-41, Feao 7-40, Mariota 5-55, Hoku Isaia 2-11, Derek Nakasato 2-11.

PASSING—Pac-FIve: Minaya 15-37-3-196. Saint Louis: Higgins 22-29-0-304, Mariota 5-7-0-89.

RECEIVING—Pac-Five: Amorin 8-131, Jordan Doi 2-27, Chalson Baition 2-14, Kim 3-24. Saint Louis: Ahlo 6-96, Tupua 5-66, Feao 1-5, Aliviado 4-102, Fukumoto 6-41, Bukoski 3-64, Jaris Popaca-Falefa 1-12, Acen Cabral 1-7.

Waianae 27, Campbell 0

Following a frustrating week of shutout ball against an Interscholastic League of Honolulu powerhouse, the Waianae Seariders returned to top form.

The No. 7 Seariders crushed visiting Campbell 27-0 at Raymond Torii Field behind a balanced attack of smashmouth ball and a finesse passing game to remain atop the Oahu Interscholastic Association Red West standings at 2-0 (2-2 overall).

Waianae didn’t look like the team that was dominated in the trenches in a 13-0 loss to Kamehameha. The Wilson brothers — Puletua at quarterback, Eleu as the bruising fullback, and James as a lithe option to rush or catch — carried the Seariders to victory over the Sabers (2-2, 1-1 OIA Red West), who were coming off consecutive victories behind the arm of quarterback Maika Ulufale.

In a game televised on OC 16, the dual threat Puletua went for 80 yards rushing on five carries, including a 40-yard keeper score on a fake handoff in the first quarter, and 158 yards passing.

Waianae coach Danny Matsumoto saw improvement — his team had only one turnover, compared to four giveaways against the Warriors last week — but was less than satisfied as he considered some of the other powerhouses in his conference. Waianae inserted its backups for most of the fourth quarter.

“There was some improvement, but there still is so much that we need to work on,” said Matsumoto, who honed in on blocking and receiving. “We’re not as sharp as we want to be yet. Campbell’s a tough opponent, they played a hell of a game. They got some exciting players. The score doesn’t reflect — it could have been a closer game than that.”

At Waianae

Campbell (2-2, 1-1) 0 0 0 0 — 0

Waianae (2-2, 2-0) 14 7 6 0 — 27

Wain—Eleu Wilson 2 run (Terrence Akao kick).

Wain—Puletua Wilson 40 run (Akao kick).

Wain—Eleu Wilson 2 run (Josh Naki kick).

Wain—Keoni Napierala-Rose 61 pass from Puletua Wilson (kick failed).

RUSHING—Campbell: Samson Anguay 9-53, Christian Carlos 4-23, Maika Ulufale 4-(-3), Jordan Szadkowski 1-(-3), Sy Delizo 3-(-6). Waianae: Puletua Wilson 5-80, Kanekapila Hussey 7-27, Bryson Panui 4-26, Napierala-Rose 8-25, Kelii Ah-Van 6-22, James Wilson 6-13, Eleu Wilson 2-4, TEAM 2-(-4), Bronson Barbosa 1-(-5).

PASSING—Campbell: Ulufale 11-28-0-119, Carlos 3-9-0-28. Waianae: Puletua Wilson 5-11-1-158, Eldridge Kuiee 0-1-0-0.


RECEIVING—Campbell: Anguay 5-30, Szadkowski 4-64, John Aiwohi 3-46, Braun Thomson 1-5, Delizo 1-2. Waianae: Napierala-Rose 2-76, Hookena Kamana 1-46, Terrence Akao 1-20, James Wilson 1-16.

Junior varsity—Waianae 17, Campbell 15

Moanalua 28, Anuenue 8

Na Menehune’s Clint Winham ran in a 64-yard touchdown against Na Koa in a victory at Kaiser Stadium.

Moanlaua scored four rushing touchdowns in the first three quarters to take a hefty 28-2 lead.

Anuenue’s special teams picked up a safety in the third quarter after a botched Na Menehune punt.

In the fourth quarter, Kamea Kahiapo recovered a fumble in the end zone for Na Koa’s only touchdown.

Moanalua remained unbeaten in the OIA White at 3-0. Anuenue is still seeking its first league victory.

At Kaiser

Moanalua (3-1, 3-0) 14 7 7 0 — 28

Anuenue (1-3, 0-3) 0 0 2 6 — 8

Moan—Clint Winham 64 run (Matt Blakeley kick)

Moan—Adam Francisco 9 run (Blakeley kick)

Moan—Michael Egami 55 run (Blakeley kick)

Anue— Safety, botched punt

Moan—Tahje Canyon 2 run (Blakeley kick)

Anue—Kamea Kahiapo fumble recovery in end zone (pass failed)

RUSHING—Moanalua: Canyon 8-132, Winham 1-64, Egami 3-61, Francisco 3-23, Essaye Villaver 1-12, Keenan Ragragola 1-(-4), Lowen Oliveros 6-(-11). Anuenue: Ikaika Gante 16-126, Chase Keli‘ikoa Aki 15-114, Kekai Fernandez 8-29, Keali‘i Mokiao 7-25, Kanani Armitage 3-23, Kilauea Lau 1-1, ‘Opunui Nahale‘a 1-1, Kahiapo 4-(-3).

PASSING—Moanalua: Keven Amaral 1-5-0-5, Francisco 0-3-0-0. Anuenue: Kahiapo 2-3-0-25, Fernandez 1-9-0-19.

RECEIVING—Moanalua: Tayler Tanaka 1-5. Anuenue: Aki 2-31, Ikakika Gante 1-13.

Mililani 14, Waipahu 0

Taz Stevenson’s 59 yard punt return in the second quarter helped secure momentum for the Trojans en route to the shutout victory over the Marauders.

Stevenson ran untouched into the end zone to precede a scoreless second half.

Mililani relied on solid defense, including three interceptions and two forced fumbles. Unable to sustain a scoring drive, Waipahu was also hurt by penalties throughout the game.

At Waipahu

Mililani (4-0, 2-0) 7 7 0 0 — 14

Waipahu (2-2, 0-2) 0 0 0 0 — 0

Mil—Hassan Richardson 6 pass from Trent McKinney (Reid Watanabe kick)

Mil—Taz Stevenson 59 punt return (Watanabe kick)

RUSHING—Mililani: Ethan Cook 5-43, Stevenson 3-41, Zachary Payomo 2-32, McKinney 4-31, Nainoa Pihana 2-5, Kacey Miyasato 2-(-2). Waipahu: Joshua Lacar 11-64, Jonathan Kasamina 5-43, Jacob Ioane 14-32, Devin Kaneshiro 5-12, Christian Kaopua 1-12, Micah Beate 1-7, Simon Kapuwai 1-(-5), Mark Bumanglag 2-(-17).

PASSING—Mililani: McKinney 10-16-0-68. Waipahu: Lacar 1-11-3-15.

RECEIVING—Mililani: Kama Paulo 4-35, Brysen Calma 2-14, Seth Iereno-Baring 2-13, Richardson 1-6, Taylor Searle 1-0. Waipahu: Asalemo Fruen 1-15.

Junior varsity—Mililani 37, Waipahu 12

Kapolei 42, Nanakuli 6

Brandon Vaitautolu rushed for 185 yards and two touchdowns on seven carries to lead the Hurricanes to a crushing of the Golden Hawks and their first OIA White win.

Elijah Tagura factored in three Kapolei scores. He ran for a 1-yard touchdown, threw an 8-yard TD pass, and caught a 17-yard TD pass from Noah Pascua.

Nanakuli’s Kaimana Silva hauled in a 53-yard pass from Kaimana Hokoana for the Golden Hawks’ only touchdown.

At Nanakuli

Kapolei (2-2, 1-1) 0 21 0 21 — 42

Nanakuli (0-3, 0-1) 0 6 0 0 — 6

Kapo— Christian Estabillo 8 pass from Elijah Tagura (Eric Moreles kick).

Kapo—Tagura 1 run (Morales kick).

Nan— Kaimana Silva 53 pass from Kaimana Hokoana (rush failed)

Kapo—Brandon Vaitautolu 50 run (Morales kick)

Kapo—Tagura 17 pass from Noah Pascua (Morales kick)

Kapo—Vaitautolu 69 run (Morales kick)

Kapo—Keaka Napualua 8 run (Morales kick)

BIIF

Hawaii Prep 23, Kamehameha-Hawaii 0

Kealakehe 22, Keaau 7

MIL

King Kekaulike 14, Baldwin 7

friday’s box scores

No. 2 Kahuku 38, Roosevelt 12

OIA Red east

No. 2 Kahuku 38, Roosevelt 12

Roosevelt (1-3, 0-2) 0 6 0 6 — 12

Kahuku (4-0, 2-0) 3 7 7 21 — 38

Kah—FG Cameron Mercado 26

Roos—Drayson Ito 6 pass from Matthew Lono-Holani (kick failed)

Kah—Galeai Malufau 2 run (Mercado kick)

Kah—Tyrone Brown 55 run (Mercado kick)

Kah—Shairone Thompson 65 pass from Moe (Mercado kick)

Kah—Kaipo Pearl 17 pass from Moe (Mercado kick)

Roos—Agaese Tago 80 pass from Matthew Lono-Holani (pass failed)

Kah—VIliami Pasi 11 run (Mercado kick)

RUSHING—Roosevelt: Micah Lono-Holani 1-0, Tai Rasmussen 5-(-2), Tyler Jake Kila 5-(-6), Matthew Lono-Holani 5-(-12). Kahuku: Tyrone Brown 9-115, Pasi 20-93, Fonoivasa Mataafa 6-47, Malufau 9-38, Evan Moe 2-6, Pololu Silva 2-6, Nicholas Acoba 1-3, Kaka 1-(-8).

PASSING—Roosevelt: Matthew Lono-Holani 10-30-3-150, Rasmussen 2-8-0-(-2). Kahuku: Moe 5-12-1-145, Sage Kaka 0-2-0-0.

RECEIVING—Roosevelt: Ito 5-35, Tago 3-86, Asten Koki 1-16, Kaipo Pale 1-15, Tyler Jake Kila 2-(-4). Kahuku: Silva 2-35, Shairone Thompson 1-65, Pearl 1-17, Michael Mariteragi 1-28.

Junior varsity—Kahuku 64, Roosevelt 0

McKinley 23, Kailua 21

At Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium

McKinley (2-1, 1-0) 6 8 0 7 — 21

Kailua (2-2, 1-1) 0 9 8 6 — 23

Kail—Clinton Aina 59 run (kick failed).

Kail—Eric Lum 11 run (Aina run)

McK—Safety

McK—Solomon Dixon 76 pass from Iosefatu Fiso (Kyle Sato kick)

McK—Fiso 1 run (Roy Aliksa fumble recovery)

Kail—Aina 18 run (Lum kick)

McK—Dixon 67 run (kick failed)

RUSHING—McKinley: Dixon 5-66, Fiso 20-62, Aliksa 10-25, Kingston Satele 1-0, Dylan Misiluti 1-0. Kailua: Aina 12-142, Nicholas Rosolowich 12-41, Lum 1-11, Ualoto Uhila 1-6, Kahaku Iara 2-(-5), Chevrloet Mikaele 1-(-9).

PASSING—McKinley: Fiso 5-15-53-0. Kailua: Mikaele 8-14-57, Iara 2-4-3-0.

RECEIVING—McKinley: Dixon 3-43, Habram Bryan-Fermin 1-11, Aliksa 1-(-1). Kailua: Dustin Kalai 4-31, Corey Lau 2-15, Rosolowich 2-2, Uhila 1-7, Micah Galdeira-Karrotti 1-5.

oia white

Waialua 21, Kalani 7

At Kaiser

Kalani (0-3, 0-2) 0 7 0 0 — 7

Waialua (2-2, 2-1) 0 7 7 7 — 21

Wail—Branden Galapia 2 run (Kamalei Rosa kick)

Kaln—Samuela Tupou fumble recovery (Jun Cho kick)

Wail—Rudi Galapia fumble recovery (Rosa kick)

Wail—Rosa 9 run (Rosa kick)

RUSHING—Kalani: Jensen Ames 4-40, Cho 18-34, Chancen Schutter 14-32, Gavin Okada 4-(-16). Waialua: Travis Deuz 7-43, Rosa 6-10, Jeffery Langman 1-7, Matthew Abad 2-(-12).

PASSING—Kalani: Okada 4-17-0-53. Waialua: Abad 6-13-1-71.

RECEIVING—Kalani: Angelo Berardy 3-42, Schutter 1-11. Waialua: Galapia 4-42, Deuz 2-29.

Junior varsity—Kalani 12, Waialua 12

Aiea 31, Kalaheo 14

At Kailua

Kalaheo (2-2, 1-2) 7 7 0 0 — 14

Aiea (3-1, 2-1) 7 10 7 7 — 31

Aiea—Api Foumai fumble recovery (Nick Hiraoka kick)

Kalh—Jesse Carney 85 run (Dongwoo Kim kick)

Aiea—FG Hiraoka 25

Aiea—Kekoa Thompson 44 pass from Chucky Kaahaanui (Hiraoka kick)

Kalh—Phil Tauai 1 run (Kim kick)

Aiea—Douglas Tautua 37 run (Hiraoka kick)

Aiea—Otto-Titan Salausa 4 run (Hiraoka kick)

RUSHING—Kalaheo: Carney 8-128, Tauai 13-60, Pagan 4-27. Aiea: Salausa 18-143, Anae Vaa 8-41, Tautua 1-37, Karson Kenchy 3-23, Matt Matt Faalele 2-9.

PASSING—Kalaheo: Tauai 4-15-0-58. Aiea: Kaahaanui 18-20-2-115.

RECEIVING—Kalaheo: Justin Pagan 2-45, Dustin Maneja-Poole 1-9, Carney 1-4. Aiea: Kekoa Thompson 5-82, Michael Williams 2-15, Philip Madriaga 2-11, Bryson Gabriel 1-7.

Junior varsity—Kalaheo 18, Aiea 6


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