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By Star-Bulletin Staff

Saturday, September 11, 1999

ILH

Crusaders dominate Buffanblu

See also: OIA - Kaimuki turns back Roosevelt

By Ben Henry
Special to the Star-Bulletin

Tapa

When your opponent is penalized for more yardage than your offense gains, you know you're in for a long night.

St. Louis held Punahou to negative 17 yards rushing and gained over 500 yards total offense for the fourth-straight game, winning 41-8, last night before 5,537 fans at Aloha Stadium.

For the Crusaders, winners of their last 12 games, their biggest obstacle was not Punahou's single-wing offense, which could only manage 69 yards in the three quarters St. Louis played its first team.

It was penalties.

The officials tagged St. Louis 10 times for 115 yards in the first three quarters, 46 more yards than Punahou's offense gained.

But the Crusaders left nothing to chance, all but deciding the outcome after a 14-0 first quarter.

But St. Louis coach Cal Lee was nonetheless unhappy with his team's performance. "I don't think we were real focused on playing today," he said. "(Punahou) did a good job -- forget the score. Good teams don't hurt themselves with penalties."

Although Punahou gave up 41 points, it was St. Louis's lowest point total in two nonconference games and two ILH games this season. Prior to last night, the Crusaders averaged 73.7 points a game. "I think we were pressured more in this game than in the other three games we played," Lee said.

Timmy Chang completed 21 out of 26 passes for 280 yards and 4 TDs, and Gerald Welch caught 12 passes for 138 yards and two TDs. Pesefea Fiaseu Jr. rushed 12 times for 146 yards, his third 100-yard game this season.

Punahou did have bright spots.

The Buffanblu broke an eight-quarter scoreless streak against St. Louis when Anthony Prinzivalli hit Chuck Fujita on a 10-yard slant in the fourth quarter. The offense gained 125 yards against St. Louis' second- and third-stringers.

Also, Shaun Takao returned an interception 50 yards in the second quarter.

And Punahou became the first team this season to force St. Louis to punt.

St. Louis (2-0, ILH)	14 13 14 0 -- 41
Punahou (0-2, ILH)	 0  0  0 8 --  8
StL -- Isaac Rodrigues 27 pass from Timmy Chang (Haa Bento kick)

StL -- Pesefea Fiaseu Jr. 1 run (Bento kick)

StL -- Rodrigues 45 pass from Chang (kick failed)

StL -- Gerald Welch 11 pass from Chang (Bento kick)

StL -- Fiaseu 1 run (Bento kick)

StL -- Welch 4 pass from Chang (Bento kick)

Pun -- Chuck Fujita 10 pass from Anthony Prinzivalli (Fujita pass from Prinzivalli)

Rushing -- St. Louis: Fiaseu 12-146, Chang 3-(-15), Welch 1-2, Bronson Beaver 5-13, Prince Brown 5-25, Kelika Higa 2-18, Samson Hoohuli 2-0. Punahou: Jonathan Kim 7-9, Prinzivalli 5-9, Timothy Au 1-(-1), Todd LaFoutaine 1-(-4), Team 2-(-30).

Passing -- St. Louis: Chang 21-26-1, 280 yards; Higa 2-3-0, 43 yards. Punahou: Prinzivalli 11-43-1, 211 yards; Sean Fitzsimmons 1-1-0, 6 yards; Kim 0-1-0, 0 yards.

Receiving -- St. Louis: Welch 12-138, Rodrigues 9-96, Fiaseu 1-(-2), Frank Rivers 1-42, Sanoe Mokuahi 1-6, Keahua Bowman 1-31, John Paul Kanoa 1-12. Punahou: Fujita 6-83, LaFountaine 3-29, Ryan Oishi 4-28, Jeremey Grad 2-50, Au 1-8, Brian Pyles 2-13.

Kamehameha 35, Damien 3: The Warriors (2-0) scored 28 points in the second half to beat the Monarchs (0-2).

Kamehameha	7 0 14 14 -- 35
Damien		0 0  3  0 --  3

OIA

Kaimuki turns back Roosevelt

Star-Bulletin staff

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Justin Faimealelei kicked a 30-yard field goal with 15 seconds to play, lifting the Kaimuki Bulldogs past the Roosevelt Rough Riders, 23-20, in an Oahu Interscholastic Association football game at Roosevelt last night.

Kaimuki (3-0) had tied the game on a 74-yard touchdown pass from Jordan Caires to Kila Kamakawiwo'ole with 8:29 left but Faimealelei's extra-point kick was no good.

After Roosevelt (2-1) was forced to punt out of its end zone, the Bulldogs moved the ball into range for Faimealelei's game-winning boot.

Chad Owens passed for one touchdown and ran for another to trigger a 20-point second quarter for Roosevelt.

Roosevelt	0 20 0 0 - 20
Kaimuki		7  7 0 9 - 23
KAIM - Ryan Root 8 run (Justin Faimealelei kick)

ROOS - Allen Imamura 37 pass from Chad Owens (Chad Kapanui kick)

KAIM - Andrew Iva 1 run (Faimealelei kick)

ROOS - Owens 9 run (Kapanui kick)

ROOS - Paul Gusman 1 run (Kapanui kick)

KAIM - Kila Kamakawiwo'ole 74 pass from Jordan Caires (kick failed)

KAIM - FG 30 Faimealelei

RUSHING - Roosevelt: Gusman 16-56, Kapanui 11-28, Owens 1-1. Kaimuki: Iva 6-20, Root 13-88, Fred Kaluna 2-7, Caires 1-1.

PASSING - Roosevelt: Kapanui 13-27-0 for 133 yards. Kaimuki: Caires 14-21-2 for 240 yards.

RECEIVING - Roosevelt: Imamura 6-101, Owens 7-61, Brenden Loo 1-8. Kaimuki: Faimealeilei 4-40, Kaluna 4-77, Kamakawiwo'ole 5-105, Daniel Swearington 1-18.

Junior varsity - Roosevelt 24, Kaimuki 12

Nanakuli 21, Kalani 20: Robert Naeole ran 79 yards for a touchdown and returned a kickoff 75 yards to set up another as the Golden Hawks beat the Falcons.

Lester Meyers scored on runs of 2 and 5 yards for Nanakuli (2-0), while Herman Asinsin intercepted two passes.

Allan Canonizado rushed for 114 yards for Kalani (1-2). The Falcons scored with 11 seconds to go and tried a two-point conversion, but the attempt failed.

Kalani		0 14 0 6 - 20
Nanakuli	7  8 6 0 - 21
NAN - Lester Meyers 2 run (Meyers kick)

KAL - Allan Canonizado 1 run (Ivan Avilla run)

NAN - Lester Meyers 5 run (L. Meyers run)

KAL - Brandon Ross 39 pass from Cory Okimuta (run failed)

NAN - Robert Naeole 79 run (run failed)

KAL - Ross 19 pass from Okimura (run failed)

RUSHING - Kalani: Okimura 11-4, Canonizado 16-114, Mike Archangel 15-49, Noah Kapalu 2-8, Alex Utoafili 1-1, Winston Taniguchi 1-(-3). Nanakuli: Naeole 11-128, L. Meyers 10-36, Kapena Keopuhiwa 3-8, Herman Asinsin 2-6.

PASSING - Kalani: Okimura 6-17-3, 105 yards, Canonizado 1-1-0, 10. Nanakuli: Keopuhiwa 1-7-0, 28, Asinsin 1-5-0, 0.

RECEIVING - Kalani: Ross 4-88, Okimura 1-10, Canonizado 1-8, Sean Matsukawa 1-9. Nanakuli: George Caspino 1-28, Naeole 1-0.

Junior varsity: No game.

Kahuku 21, Campbell 7: At Kahuku, Kala Latuselu ran for 175 yards on 25 carries and scored one touchdown as the Red Raiders (3-0) beat the Sabers (0-3).

Campbell	0 0 0 7 -  7
Kahuku		7 7 0 7 - 21
KAH - Vai Funaki 9 run (Simon Lee kick)

KAH - Kala Latusela 6 run (Lee kick)

KAH - Loma Olevao 37 pass from Orlando Wong (Lee kick)

CAM - Eddie Powers 41 pass from Armond Kalani (Jim Thorpe kick)

Individual stats not available.

Waianae 35, Castle 0: Lono Manners scored on a 90-yard kickoff return, a 23-yard run and on a two-point conversion as the Seariders (2-1) beat the Knights (0-3).

Waianae		7 14 14 0 - 35
Castle		0  0  0 0 -  0
WAI - Peter Sarono 3 run (Kalani Anguay kick)

WAI- Sarono 3 run (kick failed)

WAI - Raymond Gomes 12 pass from Sam Keaulii (Lono Manners run)

WAI - Manners 90 kickoff return (Anguay kick)

WAI - Manners 23 run (Anguay kick)

RUSHING - Waianae: Lono Manners 10-73, Peter Sarono 11-43, Sam Keaulii 2-(-5), Jonah Nunuha 2-(-7), Brian Hinton 1-37, Shawn Bebeau 1-25, Raymond Gomes 3-4, David Chong 1-(-4), James Sionesini 1-(-3). Castle: Jason Bajet 2-3, Ola Keliiholokai 4-50, Joey Kim 16-43, Kaleo Segovia 5-16.

PASSING - Waianae: Keaulii 4-9-1, 37 yards, Brandon Lopes 1-1-0, 18 yards. Castle: Kim 3-15-2, 23 yards, Anthony Haugen 2-5-0, 60 yards.

RECEIVING - Waianae: Manners 1-10, Gomes 1-12, Sarono 1-10, Hinston 1-18. Castle: Nate Green 3-60, Segovia 1-3, David Kanahele 1-15, Kekoa Michelman 1-5.

Junior varsity: Waianae 33, Castle 14.

AIEA 35, KAISER 21: At Aiea, Chris Gover fired three scoring passes and Kapala Ormita ran for two touchdowns to pace Na Alii (2-1) over the Cougars (0-3).

A 32-yard TD pass from Glover to Jesse Vaiagae broke a 21-21 tie with eight minutes remaining.

Brad Bernard completed 19 of 46 passes for 267 yards and all three Kaiser touchdowns.

Kaiser		7  0 7  7 - 21
Aiea		0 14 7 14 - 35
KAIS - Benjamin Suiso 25 pass from Brad Bernard (Courtney Barry kick)

AIEA - Kapala Ormita 8 run ( Ben Villaflor kick)

AIEA - Victor Mulu 59 pass from Chris Glover (Villaflor kick)

KAIS - Kevin Seong 35 pass from Bernard (Barry kick)

AIEA - Reuben Medeiros 23 pass from Glover (Villaflor kick)

KAIS - Suiso 24 pass from Bernard (Barry kick)

AIEA - Jesse Vaiagae 32 pass from Glover (Villaflor kick)

AIEA - Ormita 6 run (Villaflor kick)

RUSHING - Kaiser: Jonathan Assily 6-22, Bernard 8-(-17). Aiea: Ormita 16-91, Manuia Keki 2-11, Glover 9-16, Kealii Kekawa 2-(-14).

PASSING - Kaiser: Bernard 19-46-2 for 267, Suiso 1-1-0 for -13 yards. Aiea: Glover 6-21-2 for 192 yards.

RECEIVING - Kaiser: Seong 8-92, Suiso 4-59, Assily 3-41, Landon Beers 2-18, Dane Keama 2-57, Sean Ishii 1-(-13). Aiea: Mulu 2-67, Medeiros 1-27, Vaiagae 3-102

Junior varsity-Aiea 31, Kaiser 0

Radford 43, Pearl City 7: At Radford, quarterback Matt Manuma ran for three touchdowns and a two-point conversion and passed for another two-pointer as the Rams (2-1) routed the Chargers (0-3).

Pearl City	7  0  0 0 - 7
Radford		7 14 15 7 -43
PC - Kaipo Aragosa 8 run (Aragosa kick)

RAD - Matt Manuma 4 run (Donnie Gilray kick)

RAD - Maurice Brown 70 run (kick failed)

RAD - Manuma 21 run (Manuma run)

RAD - Lenny Cordero 6 run (Jacob Sur pass from Manuma)

RAD - Manuma 2 run (Gilray kick)

RAD - Sur 18 run (Gilray kick)

RUSHING - Pearl City: Barney Lii 12-46, Joshua Tobosa 5-6, Warren Yamamoto 4-53, Aragosa 1-8, Travis Lacaden 3-9, Ryan Schreiner 1-3, Kaipo Monis 4-19. Radford: Brown 9-148, William Burton 7-75, Manuma 7-39, Lauuli Timai 1-(-1), Cordero 2-8, Sur 4-56, Keoni Aloy 2-2, Shane Roberson 1-7.

PASSING - Pearl City: Aragosa 1-9-2 for 5 yards. Radford: Manuma 7-21-0 for 92 yards.

RECEIVING - Pearl City: Shalesh Kumar 1-5. Radford: Sur 2-17, Burton 2-31, Daniel Arcilla 1-22, Richard Killen 1-18, Cullen Reyes 1-4.

Junior varsity - Pearl City 35, Radford 6.

Waialua 13, Kalaheo 0: Julian Luke's only carry of the game, a 35-yard touchdown run, lifted the Bulldogs (1-1) over the Mustangs (0-3) .

Waialua		6  0  7  0 - 13
Kalaheo		0  0   0  0 -  0
WAI - Yahya Sharp 8 run (kick failed)

WAI - Julian Luke 35 run (George Hatchiek kick)

RUSHING - Waialua: Julian Luke 1-35, Glenn Matas 13-16, Roosevelt Pascual 12-30, Daniel Nacario-Dunlao 2-(-22), Jared Chun 4-32, Yahya Sharp 2-12. Kalaheo: Ben Sandabol 8-17, Jonah Poole 21-127, James Vincent 2-9, Jeremy Garcia 5-29, Karl Kuhau-Liftee 2-9.

PASSING - Waialua: Nacario-Dunlao 1-6-0, 24 yards. Kalaheo: Sandabol 7-16-2, 127 yards.

RECEIVING - Wailua: Glen Matas 1-24. Kalaheo: Vincent 1-30, Kevin Shewey 3-32, Kuhau-Liftee 1-25, Derek Campos 2-30.



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