Updated times, dates for OIA football playoffs

Kahuku running back Zealand Matagi rushed for 261 yards in a 35-7 victory over Campbell earlier this season. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.

The OIA football playoffs begin this week with three games on Friday and three games on Saturday.

All six winners will clinch a berth in their respective state tournaments with the two losers in the OIA Open Division semifinals still alive for a third-place game to determine the final berth in the four-team Open Division state tournament.

The losing teams this week in Division I and Division II will have their season come to an end.

Schedule is below. The three championship games will be held on Saturday, Oct. 26, at Aloha Stadium as a tripleheader.

OIA Open Division
Friday, Oct. 18
Farrington (2-7) at Mililani (7-3), following 5 p.m. Farrington/Mililani JV game
>> Mililani def. Farrington 35-0 on Aug. 24.
Saturday, Oct. 19
Campbell (5-4) at Kahuku (6-3), 6:30 p.m.
>> Kahuku def. Campbell 35-7 on Aug. 31.

OIA Division I
Friday, Oct. 18

Kailua (4-6) at Moanalua (8-1), following 5 p.m. Aiea/Waipahu JV game
>> Moanalua def. Kailua 19-18 on Aug. 16.
Waipahu (4-5) at Leilehua (8-1), 7:30 p.m.
>> Leilehua def. Waipahu 23-13 on Aug. 16.

OIA Division II
Saturday, Oct. 19
Waialua (5-5) at Roosevelt (8-1), following 4 p.m. Roosevelt/Nanakuli JV game
>> Roosevelt def. Waialua 28-7 on Aug. 16.
Kaimuki (8-2) at Kaiser (9-1), following 4 p.m. Pearl City/Kaiser JV game
>> Kaiser def. Kaimuki 45-31 on Sept. 13.


  1. Good Story October 13, 2019 4:05 pm

    What about the Kahuku vs Waianae JV game?

  2. Anon October 13, 2019 9:55 pm

    Will the D2 games be televised?

  3. Hmmm October 14, 2019 7:12 am

    Farrington 2-7 record makes it to the playoffs..Unreal.
    What a format…

  4. So Juice October 14, 2019 10:56 am

    Why is the OIA schedule the JV 1 vs 3 and 2 vs 4. Shouldn’t it have been 1 vs 4, and 2 vs 3.

  5. BJoe October 14, 2019 2:05 pm

    Looking at the records of some on the teams in these playoffs, how telling is that. It’s embarrassing when (2 – 7) , (4 – 5) , and (4 – 6) teams are involved.

  6. Nuff said October 14, 2019 6:47 pm

    Can’t wait for open games but dread Hernandez as analyst. He’s always so biased against the weaker teams. He’s quick to point out bad plays and fast to defend the better team’s mistakes. If he were such an expert, all those good players would have stayed at Kapolei.

  7. Hau’ulaBoy October 15, 2019 4:59 am

    Let’s go Big Red! It’s playoff time!!!

  8. SEC October 16, 2019 8:12 am

    Yes Go Big Red!!!, and Waialua coaches please give it to your playmakers. It’s playoff time for cryin out loud!!!!

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