Saturday football updates

Punahou quarterback Nick Kapule warmed up before playing Leilehua on Saturday. Cindy Ellen Russell / Star-Advertiser
No. 3 Punahou quarterback Nick Kapule warmed up before playing No. 9 Leilehua on Saturday. Cindy Ellen Russell / Star-Advertiser

As always, we begin with a few notes culled from the pages of history:

>> Pac-Five and Kalani have never met. The Wolfpack have lost six straight games and Kalani has lost three straight.

>> Iolani has not lost a season opener since 2003, when it fell to McKinley. That’s 12 in a row. The Raiders and Kamehameha-Maui have met only once before, in 2008 when Iolani thrashed the visitors 39-0 to open the season. Iolani enters the game with a five game winning streak.


>> Kalaheo has not won an opener since 2011. The Mustangs have lost four games in a row. Kalaheo visited the Warriors to open the 2003 season and lost 26-23. It is the only meeting between the schools.

>> Nanakuli visited Kapaa to open the 2013 season and lost 56-12. That is the only other meeting between the schools. The Golden Hawks had a 12 game winning streak before losing at states last year.

>> Punahou and Leilehua have met only twice before, a 38-7 win by Punahou in 2007 and a 28-19 victory by the Buffanblu in 2007. Punahou has won five season openers in a row. Leilehua has not lost a season opener since 2010.

>> Moanalua and Waiakea have met four times, the last time in 2004 when the Menehunes won 34-20. Moanalua comes into the season with a two game losing streak.

>> Waialua hasn’t won a season opener since beating Honokaa in 2007. That was the last time these two teams met, they also met in 2006 with Waialua winning 42-27.

Moanalua started the day with a 62-7 whipping of visiting Waiakea, breaking the school record for points in a game. Na Menehune scored 62 against Kalani in 2001.

7:48: Punahou drilling Leilehua 35-0 before halftime.

7:54pm – No. 10 ‘Iolani 6, Kamehameha-Maui 0. 2-point conversion failed for the Raiders. 11:51 left in the 2nd quarter.

7:55pm: Kapaa vs. Nanakuli at Kapolei High about ready for kickoff.

7:58pm: No. 1 Mililani 7, No. 2 Saint Louis 7. Late 1st quarter.

8:02pm: Father Bray Football Classic Final – Pac-Five 16, Kalani 14. Wolfpack score the winning touchdown on a 25-yard pass from Kainoa Ferreira to Daven Pila with six seconds remaining. Pac-Five wins first-ever meeting between between the two schools and the Wolfpack snap a 6-game losing streak

8:02pm: No. 1 Mililani 14, No. 2 Saint Louis 7. TD Trojans, Milton to Timoteo. 1:19 left in 1st quarter. Mililani’s second string will start the second quarter.

8:05pm: Father Bray Football Classic – No. 10 ‘Iolani leads Kamehameha-Maui 13-0, 8:55 left in 2nd quarter. Brian Pascua rushes for 2nd touchdown of the game.

8:07pm: Maui 7, Kealakehe 7. Halftime

8:09pm: Father Bray Football Classic – No. 10 ‘Iolani leads Kamehameha-Maui 20-0, 8:45 left in 2nd quarter. Kevin Matsuoka with a 22-yard interception return for a TD. Raiders score two touchdowns in 10 seconds.

8:19pm: Waialua 6, Honokaa 0. Halftime

8:23pm: Nanakuli 0, Kapaa 0. End of 1st quarter

8:28pm: Father Bray Football Classic – No. 10 ‘Iolani 34, Kamehameha-Maui 0. 5:17 left in 2nd quarter. Raiders have scored all 34 points in the 2nd quarter

8:32pm: Father Bray Football Classic – No. 10 ‘Iolani 41, Kamehameha-Maui 0. Raiders score on a punt blocked that is returned for a touchdown

8:34pm: No. 3 Punahou 35, No. 9 Leilehua 0. Halftime. 2009 against Kamehameha was the last time the Mules were shutout

8:39pm: Father Bray Football Classic – No. 10 ‘Iolani 41, Kamehameha-Maui 0. Halftime.
Raiders scored all 41 points in the 2nd quarter. Kamehameha-Maui didn’t register a first down in the first half

8:41pm: Waialua 6, Honokaa 6. 7:02 left in the 3rd quarter

8:46pm: Kamehameha-Hawaii 14, Kalaheo 6. End of the 3rd quarter


8:46pm: No. 3 Punahou 42, No. 9 Leilehua 0. Ethan Takeyama caught a 7-yard pass from Nick Kapule. Toner kick. Late 3rd quarter

846pm: Kealakehe 15, Maui 7. 15 seconds left in the 3rd quarter

8:49pm: Waialua 12, Honokaa 6. 4:12 left in the 3rd quarter

8:50pm: Kapaa 7, Nanakuli 0. 31 seconds left in the 2nd quarter

8:53pm: Kapaa 7, Nanakuli 0. Halftime

8:56pm: Waialua 12, Honokaa 6. End of the 3rd quarter

9:01pm: Father Bray Football Classic – No. 10 ‘Iolani 41, Kamehameha-Maui 7. 25-yard touchdown pass from Kamuela Kaniaupio to Kainoa Sanchez. 6:30 left in the 3rd quarter

9:08pm: Waialua 19, Honokaa 6. 8:38 left in the 4th quarter

9:12pm: Kealakehe 22, Maui 7. 3:07 left in the 4th quarter

9:14pm: Final – No. 3 Punahou 49, No. 9 Leilehua 7. Mules got on the board with 3:53 left to play in the 4th quarter with a two-yard pass from Kona Andres to Anthony Ugalino.

9:17pm: Father Bray Football Classic – No. 10 ‘Iolani 41, Kamehameha-Maui 7. End of the 3rd quarter

9:20pm: Waialua 25, Honokaa 6. 6:50 left in the 4th quarter

9:22pm: Kapaa 7, Nanakuli 2. Golden Hawks record a safety after the Warriors mishandle a snap while in punt formation and the ball goes through the endzone

9:22pm: Final – Kamehameha-Hawaii 21, Kalaheo 6

9:26pm: Final – Kealakehe 28, Maui 7

9:27pm: Waialua 32, Honokaa 14. 2:57 left in the 4th quarter

9:35pm: Final – Waialua 32, Honokaa 14. It’s the first season opening win for Waialua since 2007 (also a win over Honokaa)

9:37pm: Kapaa 7, Nanakuli 2. End of the 3rd quarter

9:41pm: Father Bray Football Classic – No. 10 ‘Iolani 48, Kamehameha-Maui 7. 1:33 left in the 4th quarter. Troy Hironaka scores on a 3-yard run

9:46pm: Father Bray Football Classic – No. 10 ‘Iolani 48, Kamehameha-Maui 14. 34 seconds left in the 4th quarter. Warriors score on a 35-yard pass from Kainoa Sanchez to Nathan Facuri

9:48pm: Father Bray Football Classic Final – ‘Iolani 48, Kamehameha-Maui 14. The Raiders have won their season opener 13 years in a row

9:50pm: Kapaa 14, Nanakuli 2. 7:15 left in the 4th quarter


10:06pm: Kapaa strikes again, Justin DeForge from a yard out to extend the lead to 20-2 over Nanakuli with 1:28 left in the game.

10:13: And it’s final. Kapaa 20, Nanakuli 2.

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