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By Star-Bulletin Staff

Saturday, October 30, 1999


By George F. Lee, Star-Bulletin
A Kailua coach and teammates congratulate Ammon
Kaleo for his game-winning reception against Roosevelt.



Waianae, Kailua
advance in OIA

By Aaron Custodio
Special to the Star-Bulletin

Tapa

It was a familiar scene. Waianae just ran the ball.

For the second week in a row, Waianae ran over Mililani, 28-0, last night in the quarterfinals of the Oahu Interscholastic Association playoffs at Aloha Stadium before a crowd of 3,915.

The Seariders (7-2) had beaten the Trojans (4-3-2) in the final week of the regular season, 34-14.

"We wanted to reach this level, get into the state (tournament), and we accomplished that," Waianae coach Leo Taaca said.

Both teams tried to establish their running games, but Waianae was far more effective than Mililani.

The Seariders amassed 205 rushing yards and finished with 334 yards of total offense. The Trojans were only able to gain 53 yards on the ground and a total of 111 yards in the game.

"We faced them last week and we had a tough time," Waianae running back Peter Sarono said. "We knew what we had to do coming into this week. We just stuck to the game plan: run, run, run."

"Waianae made great adjustments," Mililani coach James Millwood said. "That's usually how we live and die, when our running game goes, we go."

Waianae's Lono Manners and Sarono led all rushers. They combined for 180 rushing yards on 28 carries and four touchdowns.

"Their one-two punch is tough to defend," Millwood said. "They are the best backfield in the league."

Waianae next plays Kailua in the semifinals on Nov. 5.

"Kailua is a tough team, they already beat us once in the regular season," Sarono said.

Waianae		14 0 6 8 - 28
Mililani	0 0 0 0 -  0
WAI - Lono Manners 3 run (Kalani Anguay kick)
WAI - Peter Sarono 38 run (Anguay kick)
WAI - Manners 3 run (kick failed)
WAI - Manners 1 run (Anguay pass from Jonah Nunuha)

Rushing - Waianae: Manners 16-86, Sarono 12-92, Brandon Lopes 2-8, Nunuha 2-(-14) Raymond Gomes 8-12, Brian Hinton 5-11, Ross Hose 4-6, Nui Kekahuna 1-2, James Sionesini 1-0; Mililani: Brian Daniels 16-35, Ryan Inouye 4-6, Barney Beter 5-12.

Passing - Waianae: Nunuha 4-7-1 for 76 yards, Lopes 3-4-0 for 46 yards, David Chong 1-3-0 for 7 yards; Mililani: Beter 6-13-2 for 55 yards, Kali French 1-1-0 for 3 yards

Receiving - Waianae: Shawn Bebeau 1-41, Manners 2-26, Graen Enriquez 2-38, Raymond Gomes 1-14, Anguay 1-3, Lokahi Ceno 1-7; Mililani: Daniels 1-12, Gavin Ng 1-3, Casey Rose 3-34, Kaholo Holmes 1-3, Jeremy Padayao 1-6.



Kailua 26, Roosevelt 23: The Surfriders (7-2) advanced to the OIA semifinals when quarterback Taleki Mailau and tight end Ammon Kaleo teamed up on an 11-yard touchdown pass in double overtime against the Rough Riders (7-2).

Roosevelt	0 6 6 8 0 3 - 23
Kailua		7 6 0 7 0 6 - 26
KAI - Rocky Alo 48 run (Thomas Ho kick)
KAI - Alo 76 run (Ho kick)
ROO - Jonathan Higa 14 pass from Chad Kapanui (kick failed)
ROO - Paul Gusman 2 run (kick failed)
KAI - Alo 9 pass from Taleki Mailau (Ho kick)
ROO - Gusman 2 run (Brandon Loo pass from Kapanui)
ROO - FG Kapanui 30
KAI - Amman Kaleo 11 pass from Mailau.

Individual stats were not reported



Punahou 41, Iolani 28: At Iolani, Todd Lafountaine ran and passed for 348 yards, scoring three touchdowns and throwing for two more, leading the Buffanblu to an Interscholastic League of Honolulu victory over the Raiders.

Lafountaine amassed 208 rushing yards on 32 carries and 140 passing yards.

Iolani quarterback Brent Wong also had a big day passing and running the football, completing 19 of 35 passes for 215 yards and rushing 14 times for 84 yards.

The Buffanblu and Raiders are both 4-5 this season.

Punahou	7 21 0 13-41
Iolani	7  7 7  7-28
Iol-Brent Wong 3 run (Ryan Shinkawa kick)
Pun-Todd LaFountaine 4 run (Aaron Oka kick)
Pun-Brian Pyles 4 pass from LaFountaine (Oka kick)
Iol-Matt Alices 20 pass from Wong (Shinkawa kick)
Pun-Timothy Au 30 pass from LaFountaine (Oka kick)
Pun-Nainoa Kuna 11 run (Oka kick)
Iol-Daniel Chong 3 run (Shinkawa kick)
Pun-LaFountaine 7 run (kick blocked)
Iol-Wong 1 run (Shinkawa kick)
Pun-LaFountaine 2 run (Oka kick)

RUSHING-Punahou: LaFountaine 32-208, Jonathan Kim 7-49, David Weick 4-22, Timothy Au 3-15, Kuna 1-11. Iolani: Wong 14-84, Justin McClain 6-67, Chong 5-21, Landon Paikai 1-19.

PASSING-Punahou: LaFountaine 9-12-0 for 140 yards. Iolani: Wong 19-35-2 for 215 yards.

RECEIVING-Punahou: Pyles 4-64, Au 2-42, Chuck Fujita 2-23, Kynan Pang 1-11. Iolani: Matt Alices 7-68, Marc Contee 4-69, Ikaika Goo 4-50, Aaron Sasaki 2-21, David Miyasato 1-5, Kyle LaBenz 1-2.



St. Louis 82, Damien 0: At Kaiser, the Crusaders won their 18th straight game, reaching 80 points for the second week in a row.

St. Louis improved to 11-0 overall and 9-0 in the ILH. The Monarchs fell to 1-9, 0-9.

With one game remaining for all ILH schools in the second round, second-place Kamehameha must beat first-place St. Louis next Saturday to force a playoff for the right to represent the ILH in the state tournament.

Damien		0  0  0  0 --  0
St. Louis	21 27 14 20 -- 82
StL -- Pesefea Fiaseu 1 yard run (Haa Bento kick)
StL-- Sanoe Mokuahi 6 yard pass from Timmy Chang (Bento kick)
StL -- Junior Wong 45 yard punt return (Bento kick)
StL -- Fiaseu 60 yard run (Bento kick)
StL -- Layton Aliviado 26 yard pass from Chang (kick blocked)
StL -- Gerald Welch 30 yard pass from Chang (Bento kick)
StL -- Fiaseu 53 yard run (Bento kick)
StL -- Davin Nakasato 42 yard pass from Kelika Higa (Bento kick)
StL -- Prince Brown 19 yard run (Bento kick)
StL -- Gino Gosiaco 16 yard run (Bento kick)
StL -- Damien Cole 1 yard run (kick failed)
StL -- Jeremy Correia 25 yard interception return (Tyler Dung kick)

RUSHING -- St. Louis: Fiaseu 9-204, Brown 7-52, Beaver 3-16, Welch 1-7, Cole 10-50, Higa 5-18, Samson Hoohuli 4-8, Curtis Pai 1-12, Gosiaco 1-16, Ross Dickerson 1-18. Damien: Jericho Barbieto 3-(-2), Maury Blu Montez 27-70, Billy Sullivan 4-4, Team 2-(-3), Sepa Nicholas 1-1.

PASSING -- St. Louis: Chang 7-15-1, 120 yards; Higa 6-14-0, 82 yards; Chris Sokugawa 1-1-0, 17 yards. Damien: Barbieto 4-17-2, 46 yards, Kamahele 0-1-0, 0 yards.

RECEIVING -- St. Louis: Aliviado 1-26, Welch 3-46, Isaac Rodrigues 3-47, Mokuahi 1-6, Nakasato 2-39, Kainoa Kaaihili 1-13, Darren Freitas 1-11, Jesse Makainai 1-17, Isaac Harbottle 1-17. Damien: Sam Taeu 1-11, Paul Lutu-Carroll 1-33, Jared Chun 1-4, Sullivan 1-(-2).



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