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Saturday, October 23, 1999

Saints set
scoring record

Star-Bulletin staff

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St. Louis, the nation's second-ranked high school football team, according to the Dick Butkus Poll, set a school scoring record with an 89-7 win over Pac-Five in an Interscholastic League of Honolulu game yesterday at Aloha Stadium.

The Crusaders registered 743 yards of total offense, 9 yards short of the school record set last season against Damien, and scored 10 offensive touchdowns.

The Wolfpack finished with 152 yards of total offense with negative-11 yards rushing.

The Crusaders led 41-7 at the end of the first quarter and 61-7 at half time.

St. Louis quarterback Timmy Chang completed 11 of 16 passes for 298 yards and five touchdowns in a quarter-and-a-half of playing time. Running back Pesefea Fiaseu rushed nine times for 119 yards and two touchdowns in one half of playing time. Wide receiver Isaac Rodrigues caught four passes for 122 yards and two touchdowns in the first half.

Reserve running back Prince Brown scored three touchdowns and rushed for 95 yards.

The Crusaders improved to 10-0 overall on the season and 8-0 in the ILH. The Wolfpack fell to 4-6 overall on the season and 2-6 in the ILH.

St. Louis	41 20 14 14 -- 89
Pac-Five	7  0  0  0 --  7
StL -- Pesefea Fiaseu 36 yard run (Haa Bento kick)
StL -- Enoch McKeague 41 yard interception return (Bento kick)
StL -- Gerald Welch 9 yard pass from Timmy Chang (kick failed)
Pac -- Brit Komine 72 yard pass from Paulo Futi (Jason Abe kick)
StL -- Isaac Rodrigues 56 yard pass from Chang (Bento kick)
StL -- Fiaseu 32 yard run (Bento Kick)
StL -- Rodrigues 29 yard pass from Chang (Bento kick)
StL -- Welch 40 yard pass from Chang (Bento kick)
StL -- Kainoa Fernandez 64 yard pass from Chang (Bento kick)
StL -- Kawai Curnan 20 yard interception return (Bento kick)
StL -- Prince Brown 12 yard run (Bento kick)
StL -- Brown 3 yard run (Bento kick)
StL -- Brown 1 yard run (Bento kick)
StL -- Bronson Beaver 1 yard run (Bento kick)
RUSHING -- St. Louis: Fiaseu 9-119, Brown 10-95, Beaver 10-45, Kelika Higa 1-5, Damien Cole 3-45, Samson Hoohuli 1-1, Lee Boyd 2-(-2) Pac-Five: Futi 2-(-14), Chayson Seneca 10-18, Chad Rayno 1-1, Patrick Porter 9-(-12), Team 1-(-4).
PASSING -- St. Louis: Chang 11-16-0, 298 yards, Higa 6-7-0, 116 yards, Chris Sokugawa 1-1-0, 21 yards. Pac-Five: Futi 7-16-2, 115 yards, Porter 5-16-4, 48 yards.
RECEIVING -- St. Louis: Rodrigues 4-122, Welch 4-82, Blane Dydasco 3-67, Layton Aliviado 2-36, Kainoa Fernandez 1-64, Darren Freitas 1-10, Ross Dickerson 1-6, Davin Nakasato 1-27, Isaac Harbottle 1-21 Pac-Five: Komine 10-152, Porter 1-(-1), Seneca 1-12.



Kaimuki 28, Radford 0: At Roosevelt, Ryan Root rushed 19 times for 157 yards and Andrew Iva 13 times for 151 yards to lead the Bulldogs to an perfect 8-0 regular-season record in the Oahu Interscholastic Association's White division.

Kaimuki held Radford (6-2) to two first downs in first half, while earning 19 first downs.

Radford	0 0 0 0 --  0
Kaimuki	14 7 0 7 -- 28
Kai -- Andrew Iva 12 run (Justin Faimealelei kick)
Kai -- Iva 46 run (Faimealelei kick)
Kai -- Ryan Root 1 run (Faimealelei kick)
Kai -- Kila Kamakawiwoole 11 pass from Jordan Caires (Faimealelei kick)
RUSHING -- Radford: Maurice Brown 2-9, William Burton 7-0, Lenny Cordero 1-0, Jacob Sur 1-(-4), Donnie Gilray 4-(-10). Kaimuki: Jonathan Shida 1-5, Faimealelei 1-6, Iva 13-151, Root 19-157, Kaipono Neal 1-(-1), Fred Kaluna 1-(-3), Calvin Mirafuentes 1-(-7), Caires 3-(-6).
PASSING -- Radford: Gilray 16-31-4, 142 yards. Kaimuki: Caires 12-23-0, 112 yards, Kawika Nunes 0-1-0, 0 yards.
RECEIVING -- Radford: Lenny Cordero 5-52, Daniel Arcilla 2-28, Sur 4-18, Richard Killen 3-47, Brown 1-(-2), Burton 1-(-1). Kaimuki: Faimealelei 1-11, Kamakawiwoole 5-55, Kaluna 2-29, Root 1-(-2), Brandon Hayashida 1-6, Darrell Tautofi 2-13.
Junior varsity -- Kaimuki 8, Radford 8.



WAIANAE 34, MILILANI 14: At Waianae, Lono Manners sprinted 56 yards for his second third-quarter touchdown, leading the Seariders (6-2) to a homecoming victory over the Trojans (4-2-2).

Waianae trailed, 14-7, at halftime but drew within a point on a 1-yard touchdown plunge by Manners. A few minutes later, he broke away for the go-ahead score.

Manners rushed for 133 yards on 14 carries.

Brian Daniels paced Mililani (4-2-2) with 117 rushing yards on 15 carries and two pass receptions for 23 yards.

Mililani	0 14 0  0-14
Waianae		0 7 12 15-34
Mil -- Brian Daniels 12 run (Andrew Brown kick)
Waian -- Peter Sarono 17 run (Kalani Anguay kick)
Mil -- Gavin Ng 16 run (Brown kick)
Waian -- Lono Manners 1 run (kick failed)
Waian -- Manners 56 run (kick failed)
Waian -- Sarono 3 run (Manners run)
Waian -- Raymond Gomes 3 run (Anguay kick)
RUSHING-Mililani: Ng 10-56, Daniels 15-117, Ryan Inouye 3-22, Barney Beters 6-(-6). Waianae: Gomes 4-23, Sam Keaulii 3-16, Sarono 7-60, Manners 14-133, Brian Hinton 3-7.
PASSING-Mililani: Beter 10-17-1 for 108 yards, Kali French 2-7-1 for 11 yards, Inouye 1-1-0 for 14 yards. Waianae: Keaulii 1-4-1 for 39 yards.
RECEIVING-Mililani: Daniels 2-23, Ng 4-34, Jeremy Padayao 3-39, Casey Rose 3-29, Kaholo Holmes 1-8. Waianae: Manners 1-39.



Farrington 12, Campbell 0: At Campbell, the Governors (5-2-1) spoiled the homecoming for the Sabers (0-8) in a defensive struggle.

Farrington scored in the first 20 seconds when Waylon Philpot hit Monty Kuresa for 15 yards.

Farrington	6 6 0 0 -- 12
Campbell	0 0 0 0 --  0
Farr -- Monty Kuresa 15 pass from Waylon Philpot (kick failed)
Farr -- Ransen Rodrigues 51 interception return (pass failed)
RUSHING -- Farrington: Philpot 2-20, Tuaila Onosai 3-10, Kenneth Gasilos 2-35, Michael Rabago 8-14, Monty Kuresa 3-(-1). Campbell: Russell 4-(-2), Lemau 7-5, Aona 3-10, Taualo 5-15, Douglas 5-28, Pantohan 4-15, Raibano 2-18.
PASSING -- Farrington: Philpot 8-28-1, 66 yards. Campbell: Lemau 10-26-2, 99 yards.
RECEIVING -- Farrington: Kuresa 2-24, Warren Gaspar 2-12, Kenneth Gasilos 2-16, Davin Oyama 1-9, Matthew Kahn 1-5. Campbell: Williams 1-23, Eddie Powers 6-60, Raibano 1-1, Raymond Ho 1-10, Raymond Morck 1-5.
Junior varsity -- Campbell 20, Farrington 12



WAIPAHU 34, CASTLE 21: At Waipahu, DeMarcus Small scored two touchdowns and Nefu Mageo passed for one TD and ran for another as the Marauders (4-4) beat the Knights (1-7).

Small's 4- and 6-yard scoring runs and Mageo's 1-yard keeper for a TD helped Waipahu to a 20-7 halftime lead.

Mageo threw a 14-yard TD pass to Tyson Leslie in the fourth quarter.

Castle's Kaleo Segovia scored twice on passes from Anthony Haugen and ran 8 yards for the Knights' other touchdown.

Castle	0  7 0 14-21
Waipahu	7 13 0 14-34
Waip-DeMarcus Small 4 run (Ivan Uiagalelei kick)
Cast-Kaleo Segovia 7 pass from Anthony Haugen (Marcus Tani kick)
Waip-Small 6 run (Uiagalelei kick)
Waip-Nefu Mageo 1 run (kick failed)
Cast-Segovia 8 run (Tani kick)
Waip-Tyson Leslie 14 pass from Mageo (Uiagalelei kick)
Cast-Segovia 14 pass from Haugen (Tani kick)
Waip-Randall Pasion 2 run (Uiagalelei kick)
RUSHING-Castle: Loren Lum 3-11, Haugen 5-(-25), Segovia 6-62, David Kanahele 2-(-4). Waipahu: Small 13-65, Leslie 4-17, Marcus Sagapolu 7-47, Jerome Sevilleja 2-3, Jordin Ilac 1-3, Pasion 1-2, Mageo 9-(-9).
PASSING-Castle: Haugen 15-30-2 for 195 yards. Waipahu: Mageo 11-16-0 for 152 yards.
RECEIVING-Castle: Keoho Kaluhiokalani 1-11, Kekoa Michelman 2-41, Segovia 3-28, Nate Green 2-50, Kanahele 3-46, Lum 2-23, Derek Kuwabara 1-7, Haugen 1-(-11). Waipahu: Small 1-2, Branden Fagaragan 3-57, Leslie 5-90, Titipa Andrews 2-3.
Junior varsity-Waipahu 21, Castle 6



Aiea 46, Moanalua 21: At Moanalua, Chris Glover passed for 273 yards and threw five touchdowns to lead Na Alii (6-2) over the Menehune (4-4).

Aiea		7 21 3 15 -- 46
Moanalua	0  0 7 14 -- 21
Aiea -- Kapala Ormita 13 pass from Chris Glover (Ben Villaflor kick)
Aiea -- Victor Mulu 8 pass from Glover (Villaflor kick)
Aiea -- Ormita 22 pass from Glover (Villaflor kick)
Aiea -- Glover 1 run (Villaflor kick)
Moa -- Jeremy Kam 27 fumble return (Robert Theriault kick)
Aiea -- Villaflor 32 field goal
Aiea -- Ruben Medeiros 13 pass from Glover (Jesse Vaiagae pass from Shanoah Ahsing)
Moa -- Clint Fivella 7 pass from Russ Fukushima (Theriault kick)
Aiea -- Chris Antonio 30 pass from Glover (Villaflor kick)
Moa -- Fivella 16 pass from Fukushima (Theriault kick)
RUSHING -- Aiea: Ormita 14-131, Glover 7-(-3), Vaiagae 1-1, Dewayne Torres 4-3, Clifton Galafe 3-(-2). Moanalua: Joey Barang 6-6, Lowen Rudolfo 8-21, Shalomar Silva 2-1, Fukushima 5-(-15), Saffery Silva 1-5.
PASSING -- Aiea: Glover 18-26-1, 273 yards. Moanalua: Fukushima 17-39-4, 285 yards.
RECEIVING -- Aiea: Vaiagae 2-74, Elia Tautua 1-4, Ormita 6-47, Morales 2-22, Mulu 1-8, Antonio 1-38, Medeiros 4-57. Moanalua: Fivella 4-45, Saffery Silva 2-25, Rudolfo 5-114, Barang 3-37, Kaina Navares 3-64.
Junior varsity -- Aiea 25, Moanalua 6.



Leilehua 35, McKinley 20: At Leilehua, Cheyne Todani threw three touchdown passes to help the Mules (3-4-1) turn back the Tigers (2-6).

McKinley	6 0  0  14 - 20
Leilehua	14 0 14  7 - 35
LEI - Joshua Tomas 6 pass from Cheyne Todani (Kurt Uchiyama kick)
McK - Augustine Nepo 20 pass from Abraham Pavich (run failed)
LEI - Tomas 22 pass from Todani (Uchiyama kick)
LEI - Bronson Dumlao 49 interception return (Uchiyama kick)
LEI - Brandon Furtado 39 pas from Todani (Uchiyama kick)
McK - Rene Melson 20 pass from Pavich (Kenoche Mostella run)
McK - K. Mostella 12 pass from Pavich (run failed)
LEI - Kendall Stringfield 15 run (Uchiyama kick)
Rushing - McKinley: Pavich 2-8, Sam Faili 2-9, Nepo 1-(-6), Mostella 3-73, Vaa Fonoti 2-9. Leilehua: Darius Boulton 10-26, Todani 2-14, Stringfield 10-59, Dumlao 4-7.
Passing - McKinley: Pavich 16-36-3 for 226 yards, Kaipo Avilez 1-4-0 for 36 yards. Leilehua: Todani 10-30-1 for 189 yards.
Receiving - McKinley: Melson 5-87, Edsley Hicks 4-51, Nepo 3-31, Pavich 1-10, Mostella 4-74. Leilehua: Brandon Rickard 2-28, Tomas 4-50, Furtado 3-58, Uchiyama 1-17.
Junior varsity - McKinley 24, Leilehua 9.



Roosevelt 42, Kaiser 14: At Kaiser, Roosevelt improved to 7-1 and Kaiser dropped to 2-6. Statistics were not reported.



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