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Prep Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Wednesday, October 4, 2000


THE BIG GAMES

FOOTBALL:

The focus switches to the Oahu Interscholastic Association's White Division this week, as Campbell (4-1) and Castle (5-0) meet Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Aloha Stadium. RB Kaleo Segovia and QB Joel Botelho highlight the Knights' balanced attack. Segovia averages 133.8 rushing yards and 2.5 touchdowns a game. He leads the OIA in rushing and scoring. Botelho has passed for 12 TDs in Castle's five league games. Campbell counters with QB Vince Lemau, who also has 12 TD passes in five games. RB Jamison Rabaino has come on strong of late. He rushed for 157 yards and 3 TDs last week against Radford.

See standings on this page for sites and times of other games throughout the state.

SOFT TENNIS:

The OIA season begins Saturday with matches at McKinley, Kaiser, Kalani, Waipahu and Waianae.

HERE AND THERE

Kaiser quarterback
breaks own record

With two regular season games left to play, Kaiser QB B.J. Bernard has already broken one record and has another clearly in range. With five TD passes in a 50-31 win over Kalani on Friday, Bernard has 22 scoring tosses, breaking his own Oahu Interscholastic Association mark of 20 last season. He needs 11 completions against Pearl City and Nanakuli to break the OIA record of 139 set by Abraham Pavich (McKinley) last year. Pavich probably won't match his own record, as he has completed 48 passes and has three games left. ... After its big win against Kamehameha, St. Louis remained in the same spot in several national polls: Schoolsports.com/ESPN (6th), Butkus (7th), and Fox Fab 50 (8th). The Crusaders did move up to 11th from 12th in USA Today. St. Louis' all-state LB Ikaika Curnan is doubtful for Saturday's game against Iolani, due to an elbow injury sustained Friday against Kamehameha. ... LB Joseph Lobendahn's national player of the week honor from the Dick Butkus Football Network is the fourth in the past three years for St. Louis. Curnan was honored such in 1998 and 1999, and former QB Timmy Chang received the accolade last season. Chang was also named the Butkus player of the year for 1999. ... Former Farrington star Cliff Laboy is executive director of Ho'olana educational support services. The nonprofit program, in its third year, provides certified tutors for students at no charge. School counselors, athletic directors, coaches, faculty and parents are encouraged to call 536-3400 for more information. ... 2000 Farrington graduate Nalo Cabuyaban is a lineman for the Dakota State football team. ... Waianae climbed to 8th from 11th in the HighWiredSports.com Pacific Region football rankings. ... Preseason wrestling rankings are out in Wrestling USA Magazine (wrestlingusa.com). St. Louis wrestler Travis Lee is rated 11th in the nation at 119 pounds. Saia Lotulelei of Maui is 16th at 275. Both are two-time state champions. The U.S. Girls Wrestling Association ranks Stephany Lee (Moanalua) 2nd at 136, Ashley Jasper (Nanakuli) 2nd at 158, Caylene Valdez (Moanalua) 5th at 111, Kristen Fujioka (Castle) 8th at 101, Cathy Migita (Castle ) 8th at 119.


Dave Reardon, Star-Bulletin



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