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Waipahu defeats Lahainaluna in HHSAA football championships – full results

At Masa Yonamine Stadium, Waipahu

 LAHAINALUNA (7-4)          0          14       0          0 – 14

WAIPAHU (8-3)       7          6          6          0 – 19

 Waip – Gregorio Alip 74 run (Jayson Gonsalves kick)

Lah – BJ Pagdilao-Bala 6 run (Amateo Flores kick)  Lah – Jared Rocha-Islas 2 run (Flores kick)

Waip – Mataio Fualema 17 pass from Drake Yoshioka (kick failed) Waip – Alip 1 run (pass failed)

 RUSHING – Lahainaluna: Rocha-Islas 13-14, Jacon Kenolio-Dusenberry 15-51, Semisi Filikitonga 4-8, Pagdilao-Bala 5-47, Mark Ventura 1-0, Mark Alamon 2-6, Chanse Uyeda 1-16, Team 1-(minus-4). Waipahu: Alip 18-134, Yoshioka 2-(minus-3), Isaiah Alama 2-6, Matapua Tulafale 10-68, Wesley Nagaseu 1-1, Mataio Fualema 1-(minus-2), Team 2-(minus-25).

 PASSING – Lahainaluna: Kenolio-Dusenberry 4-17-1—41. Waipahu: Yoshioka 6-14-1—82, Fualema 0-1-0—0.

 RECEIVING – Lahainaluna: Alamon 1-15, Uyeda 1-5, Filikitonga 2-21. Waipahu: Dylan Pakau 2-31, Micah Luke 2-15, Fualema 2-36.

November 19, 2011 Posted by | football, Running on the Big Island | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Kauai – only Neighbor Island football team advance in HHSAA

KALAHEO (6-4)       7          0          6 — 13

KAUA‘I (8-1) 0          3          14        0 — 17

Kala – Justin Pagan 1 run (Danielle Ferguson kick)

Kaua‘i – FG Shea Shimabukuro 23

Kaua‘i – Darren Acoba 30 run (Shimabukuro kick)

Kala – Nainoa Frank 11 pass from Pagan (kick failed)

Kaua‘i – Acoba 29 run (Shimabukuro kick)

RUSHING – Kalaheo: Jesse Carney 12-52, Pagan 19-27, Mana Maglinti 2-4. Kaua‘i: Jake Leake 9-48, Darren Acoba 14-153, Travis Koga 9-49, Keoki Pantorilla 1-3, Kamu Motooka 3-20, Dreyke Smith-Butac 1-4, Shimabukuro 1-(minus-2), Team 1-(minus-1).

PASSING – Kalaheo: Pagan 14-20-1–143. Kauai: Shimabukuro 2-4-0–25.

RECEIVING – Kalaheo: Nainoa Frank 8-97, Sage Richardson 3-23, Carney 3-23. Kauai: Acoba 2-25.

Kaua‘i advances to play No. 1 seed ‘Iolani (7-3) in the semifinals at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at ‘Iolani’s Eddie Hamada Field. 

 NOTES: Kalaheo opened the game with a 16-play, 71-yard drive capped by Justin Pagan’s 1-yard quarterback sneak for a touchdown, milking 7 minutes, 52 seconds off the clock. Kaua‘i closed it to 7-3 on Shea Shimabukuro’s 23-yard field goal two seconds before halftime, then took a 10-7 lead 50 seconds into the third quarter after Darren Acoba’s 30-yard TD run. The Mustangs took the lead back at 13-10 on Justin Pagan’s 11-yard touchdown pass to Nainoa Frank with 1:50 left in the third quarter, but the extra point attempt failed. Kaua‘i then took the lead for good on Acoba’s 29-yard TD run down the left sideline with 38 seconds remaining in the third quarter. Kaua‘i sealed the game after recovering a fumble at the Kalaheo 36-yard line with 1:54 left.

November 14, 2010 Posted by | Events | , , , , , | Leave a comment