Hawaii is a popular destination, and it is becoming a popular football destination nowadays.
Four teams from the mainland played Hawaii teams and three of the visiting teams (Mission Viejo, Calif.; Villa Park, Calif.; and St. Margaret’s of San Juan Capistrano, Calif.) won. The other visitor (Buckeye Union, Ariz.) lost a close one at No. 8 Kailua, 28-27.
Seven of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Top 10 teams were in action. The three Top 10 teams from the Interscholastic League of Honolulu (No. 1 Saint Louis, No. 3 Punahou and No. 7 Kamehameha) did not play.
In upcoming Week 4 action, three more mainland teams arrive to play here Friday — Valley Center, Calif., visits Kamehameha-Maui; Torrey Pines of San Diego takes on Punahou at Aloha Stadium; and Carson, Calif., meets Kamehameha at Kunuiakea Stadium.
Altogether, there were 19 games in Hawaii’s Week 3. All of the scores follow.
SATURDAY, AUG. 19
>> At No. 5 Kapolei 41, Castle 7
>> At No. 7 Campbell 48, Aiea 13
>> At Radford 2, Kaiser 0 (forfeit)
>> Kaimuki 41, Kalani 34, at Aloha Stadium
>> Pearl City 42, Roosevelt 0, at Aloha Stadium
>> Kalaheo 27, McKinley 26, at Skippa Diaz Stadium
>> St. Francis 39, at Konawaena 20
>> Mission Viejo (Mission Viejo, Calif.) 39, Baldwin 14, at War Memorial Stadium
>> Hawaii Prep 27, Seabury Hall 14, at War Memorial Stadium
>> At Kamehameha-Hawaii 56, Waiakea 0
>> Molokai 43, at Kohala 6 (8-man)
FRIDAY, AUG. 18
>> No. 2 Kahuku 37, at No. 8 Waianae 0
>> At No. 4 Mililani 47, Leilehua 0
>> Farrington 35, at Nanakuli 0
>> At Kamehameha-Maui 21, Maui 13
>> At No. 8 Kailua 28, Buckeye Union (Buckeye, Ariz.) 27
>> Villa Park (Villa Park, Calif.) 14, Damien 6, at Skippa Diaz Stadium
>> St. Margaret’s 34 (San Juan Capistrano, Calif.), at Kealakehe 14
THURSDAY, AUG. 17
>> At No. 10 Lahainaluna 45, King Kekaulike 0