Week 2 of the Hawaii High School football season is in the books, and there were some interesting, telling outcomes.
Unranked Hilo came to Oahu and handily secured a 62-35 victory over ‘Iolani at Eddie Hamada Field on Saturday. The Raiders opened the season as the 10th-ranked team in the state before falling out of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser Top 10 last week. The Vikings may have a case to enter the poll, which will be released around Noon on Monday.
In a huge matchup, No. 5 Kapolei went into No. 7 Waianae and came away with a 7-0 victory in the War Club trophy rivalry game.
No. 9 Campbell squeezed past No. 8 Farrington 26-20 in another one of three matchups of Top 10 teams.
In a battle of likely Oahu Interscholastic Association Division II contenders, Pearl City got past Kalani in overtime, 22-16.
In another OIA D-II game, Kaimuki overpowered reigning league D-II champion Waialua 63-0.
Kailua also had an eye-opening rout, starting its season with a 44-0 OIA D-I win over Moanalua.
No. 3 Punahou was the only Top 10 team not in action last weekend.
The scores of all 21 varsity football games from last weekend follow.
SATURDAY, AUG. 12
>> No. 5 Kapolei 7, at No. 7 Waianae 0
>> Castle 33, at Radford 28
>> Nanakuli 12, at Aiea 7
>> Pearl City 22, Kalani 16 (OT), at Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium
>> Kaimuki 63, Waialua 0, at Skippa Diaz Stadium
>> Waipahu 2, Kalaheo 0, at Kailua High field (forfeit)
>> No. 1 St. Louis 61, Baldwin 0, at Aloha Stadium
>> No. 6 Kamehameha 34, at No. 10 Lahainaluna 10
>> Hilo 65, at ‘Iolani 35
>> St. Francis 42, Kauai 0, at Punahou School field
>> Damien 20, at Kealakehe 7
>> Waimea 49, Pac-Five 21, at Hanapepe Stadium
>> Honokaa 28, at Waiakea 7
>> At Kamehameha-Hawaii 23, Maui 0
>> Kapaa 33, Konawaena 13, at Vidinha Stadium
>> Pahoa 32, at Molokai 27, (8-man)
FRIDAY, AUG. 11
>> At No. 2 Kahuku 24, Leilehua 0
>> At No. 4 Mililani 2, Kaiser 0 (forfeit)
>> At No. 9 Campbell 26, No. 8 Farrington 20
>> Kailua 44, Moanalua 0, at Radford High field
>> At Roosevelt 33, McKinley 0