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Star-Bulletin Sports


Saturday, October 14, 2000


H A W A I I _P R E P _ S P O R T S


By Dennis Oda, Star-Bulletin
Punahou's Darren Lee, left, knocks away a pass
intended for Kamehameha's Mikey Akiu.



Kamehameha
in rush against
Punahou

Warriors run through Buffanblu,
35-6, to maintain a hold on
second place in the ILH

Kaimuki in playoffs

By Brandon Lee
Special to the Star-Bulletin

When you're No. 2, you try harder.

Kamehameha, the second best football team in the Interscholastic League of Honolulu, showed why last night in a convincing 35-6 victory over Punahou in the feature game of a doubleheader at Aloha Stadium.

Despite their first-string running back being sidelined with an illness and his replacement going down after aggravating a nagging injury barely into the second quarter, the Warriors (7-1, 6-1) churned up major yardage on the ground against the Buffanblu (3-5, 3-4) before a rain-soaked crowd of 3,815.

State and ILH No. 1 St. Louis (9-0, 7-0) crushed Pac-Five (0-8, 0-7) in the opener, 59-21. At Iolani, the Raiders routed Damien, 46-6.

Despite their success moving the ball through the air this season, the Warriors began the game trying to establish the run and continued to do so throughout the contest.

Kiley Loo, starting in place of Kelena Ho'okano, gained 111 yards and scored once before being sidelined during the Warriors' first offensive series of the second quarter with an ankle injury.

Dane Montez picked up right where Loo left off by rushing for 153 yards and two scores of his own. Warriors quarterback Jon Fo did not attempt a pass until the second quarter, finishing 8 of 18 for 100 yards and one touchdown.

"We felt like we needed to establish the run in order (to win) so we went right at 'em," Warriors coach Kanani Souza said. "Give the offensive line a lot of credit as well because what they did was real critical, too."

The Warriors' defense was equally impressive. They held the Buffanblu to just one first down during the first half as Punahou stuck primarily with the run as well in the damp conditions.

Even after the rain let up during the second half and the Buffanblu finally began to move the ball successfully with the pass, the Warriors' defense bent but did not break. Buffanblu quarterback Todd LaFountaine scored on a 9-yard touchdown run after completing 7 of 8 passes on their first drive of the second half.

But Kamehameha shut out Punahou the rest of the way by causing turnovers and sacking LaFountaine repeatedly.

"It's disappointing that we didn't quite get it done," Buffanblu coach Kale Ane said.

"It's our goal to compete with St. Louis and Kamehameha and we still have a long way to go, but it's encouraging to see our guys fight all the way through the fourth quarter."

Kamehameha (4-2, 5-2)6 14 8 7--35
Punahou (3-3, 3-4)0 0 6 0-- 6

Scoring summary

Kam--Kiley Loo 2 run (kick failed)
Kam--Dane Montez 4 run (pass failed)
Kam--Montez 15 run (Fo to Kolo Kapanui)
Kam--Tyler Perkins 11 pass from Jon Fo (Montez run)
Pun--Todd LaFountaine 9 run (kick failed)
Kam--Keola Marks 15 run (Bronson Sardinha kick)
Individual statistics
Rushing--Pun: David Weick 6-27, Jason Sakata 2-10, team (-7), Tamatoa Hackney 1-4, LaFountaine 14-(-1), Nainoa Kuna 1-3. Kam: Jason Fong-Aiu 2-9, Marks 4-20, Montez 12-153, Loo 14-111, Fo 2-13.
Receiving--Pun: David Dowsett 1-3, Hackney 1-13, Christopher Laniauskas 3-21, John Monahan 1-4, Kuna 5-90, Kale Kealoha 3-27. Kam: Mana Aweau 1-11, Mikey Akiu 1-4, Perkins 1-11, Lehua Woods 1-11, Kapanui 2-41, Keano Noa 2-22.
Passing--Pun: LaFountaine 14-23-1 for 158 yards, Sakata 0-3-0. Kam: Fo 8-18-0 for100 yards.


NO. 1 ST. LOUIS 59, PAC-FIVE 21: Pesefea Fiaseu rushed for 143 yards on just five carries -- a 28-yard average -- and scored three first-half touchdowns as the Crusaders won their 13th straight game.

St. Louis is 2-0 in the second round, while Pac-Five fell to 0-2.

Matthew Friedman hauled in 10 passes for 172 yards for the Wolfpack.

Pac-Five (0-7, 0-8)0 7 0 14--21
St. Louis (7-0, 9-0) 21 24 7 7--59

Scoring summary

StL--Joseph Lobendahn 7 punt return (Ha'a Bento kick)
StL--Pesefea Fiaseu 48 run (Michael Houar kick)
StL--Fiaseu 12 yard run (Houar kick)
Pac--Alika Durington 16 pass from McShane Dator (Daniel Arita kick)
StL--Fiaseu 51 run (Houar kick)
StL--Gino Gosiaco 1 pass from Bobby George (Houar kick)
StL--Bronson Beaver 69 run (Houar kick)
StL--FG Bento 40
StL--Tito Sallas 26 pass from Kelika Higa (Houar kick)
Pac--Freidman 12 pass from Dator (Arita kick)
StL--Daniel Inferrera 85 kick return (Houar kick)
Pac--Dator 1 run (Arita kick)
Individual statistics
Rushing--Pac: Chayson Seneca 9-11, Dator 16-(-23), Kenny Torres 1-4. StL: Fiaseu 5-143, Kelika Higa 2-(-7), Beaver 2-77, Prince Brown 1-7, George 3-(-24), Justin Cabansang 4-8, Samson Ho'ohuli 1-14.
Passing--Pac: Dator 12-25-1 for 205 yards. StL: Higa 6-8-0 for 70 yards, George 7-9-0 for 146 yards.
Receiving--Pac: Freidman 10-172, Durrington 1-16, Waikaloa Noa 1-17. St. Louis- Ross Dickerson 2-15, Kainoa Kaaihili 1-4, Frank Rivers 2-25, Inferrera 2-64, Gosiaco 1-1, Keahua Bowman 1-25, Justin Humalon 1-5, Sallas 1-26, Kainoa Fernandez 1-16, Davin Nakasato 1-35


IOLANI 46, DAMIEN 6: Teo Bennett rushed for three scores within an eight-minute portion of the second quarter as the host Raiders blew out the Monarchs and improved to 1-1 in the second round.

Damien fell to 0-2.

Damien (1-6, 1-7)0 0 0 6-- 6
Iolani (4-3, 5-4) 13 26 0 7--46

Scoring summary

Iol--Mike Shiroma 35 interception return (Duke Hashimoto kick)
Iol--Shiroma 75 punt return (kick failed)
Iol--Teo Bennett 2 run (kick failed)
Iol--Bennett 17 run (two-pointer failed)
Iol--Justin McClain 1 run (Hashimoto kick)
Iol--Bennett 42 run (Hashimoto kick)
Iol--McClain 30 run (Hashimoto kick)
Dam--Billy Sullivan 4 run (two-pointer failed)
Individual statistics
Rushing--Dam: Sullivan 16-104, Destin Alameida 5-12. Iol: Bennett 10-71, McClain 6-62, Robert Mageo 3-9.
Passing--Dam: Alameida 9-22-1 for 54 yards.Iol: Kila Ka'aihue 7-13-1 for 128 yards.
Receiving--Dam: T.C. Buffett 2-18, Jared Chun 3-4, Joshua DeLaura 2-17, Michael Lau 2-15. Iol: Ikaika Goo 1-27, Jay Marcouiller 2-67, Blake Wong 1-13, Nate Kawamura 1-8, Mageo 2-13.


Kaimuki in
playoff picture


Star-Bulletin staff

Kaimuki clinched a playoff berth in the Oahu Interscholastic Association Red Division last night with a 6-0 victory over Aiea -- and two teams improved their chances for the postseason.

Kailua defeated Leilehua, 34-0, and Farrington knocked off Mililani, 27-0. Both teams are guaranteed a playoff spot with a win next week.

Despite the loss, Mililani is still alive in the playoff chase.

Waianae and Kahuku clinched Red Division playoff berths last week.

Castle filled one of the three White Division playoff berths with a 27-16 win at Pearl City.

McKinley and Campbell can secure the other two White spots with wins today.

FARRINGTON 27, MILILANI 0: The Governors capitalized on two Trojan fumbles in the third quarter to break open a scoreless game played on a very wet Mililani field.

Farrington scored twice in just over two minutes, following the two Mililani turnovers.

Mililani (3-4, 3-5)0 0 0 0-- 0
Farrington (4-3, 5-3)0 0 21 6--27

Scoring summary

Farr--Michael Rabago 3 run (Adrian Villoria kick)
Farr--Gilbert Sa 1 run (Villoria kick)
Farr--Micah Alexander 45 punt return (Villoria kick)
Farr--Christopher Faavesi 6 run (kick failed)
Individual statistics
Rushing--Mil: Sequeria 5-19, Kepa Morris 2-11, Brian Daniels 14-15, Mana Au 1-5, Kali French 10-(-31). Farr: Rabago 12-48, Faavesi 2-6, Paul Laga 1-0, Warren Gaspar 1-10, Frederick Dona 3-(-5), Limoni Anunar 2-0, Sa 4-(-3).
Passing--Mil: French 2-7-0 for 10 yards, Au 1-1-0 for 20 yards. Farr: Sa 7-19-0 for 69 yards.
Receiving--Mil: Trey Brown 1-8, Edgar Castillo 1-2, Chris Souza 1-20. Farr: Jayrald Mateo 2-26, Gaspar 3-25, Rabago 1-5, Richard Udani 1-13.
Junior varsity: Mililani 28, Farrington 22


KAIMUKI 6, AIEA 0: Chanceton Mirafuentes slipped through a couple tackles and outran the Aiea defense 78 yards for the game's only score.

The Red Division game at Aiea was played in heavy rain, and Mirafuentes was the only player from either side to gain significant yardage, running for 177 yards on 26 carries.

Kaimuki (5-2, 6-2)0 0 6 0--6
Aiea (2-5, 2-6)0 0 0 0--0

Scoring summary

Kaim--Chanceton Mirafuentes 78 run (kick blocked)
Individual statistics
Rushing--Kaim: Mirafuentes 26-177, Jonathan Ishida 10-21, Soloni Taumalolo 2-12, Justin Faimealelei 1-(-2), Jordan Caires 4-(-6). Aiea: Faaololo Neemia 9-36, Kealii Kekawa 10-28, Lole Laolagi 8-(-19).
Passing--Kaim: Caires 1-9-0 for 13 yards. Aiea: Laolagi 2-9-2 for 11 yards.
Receiving--Kaim: Mirafuentes 1-13. Aiea: Chris Antonio 1-13, Nate Olaivar 1-(-2).
Junior varsity: Aiea 39, Kaimuki 0.


KAILUA 34, LEILEHUA 0: Josh Uelese didn't let a sloppy, wet field slow him down, rushing for 277 yards to lead the Surfriders to the romp.

Quarterback Taleki Mailau rushed for two touchdowns and passed for another.

Kailua (3-3, 4-3)6 21 7 0--34
Leilehua (2-5, 2-6)0 0 0 0-- 0

Scoring summary

Kail--Taleki Mailau 23 run (kick failed)
Kail--Mailau 6 run (run railed)
Kail--Aaron Lazo 24 pass from Mailau (Josh Uelese run)
Kail--Dean Naki 1 run (Ualese kick)
Kail--Ualese 83 run (Ualese kick)
Individual statistics
Rushing--Kail: Ualese 18-277, Mailau 5-21, Brenton Harbottle 4-6, McDonald Abejon 3-1. Lei: Mackenzie Hanson 2-35, Jerome Edayan 2-18, Michael Sanchez 3-8, Bryan Ford 5-8, Ricardo Bachelor 1-3, Sean Palea 3-1, Joshua Tomas 4-0.
Passing--Kail: Mailau 6-13-0 for 98 yards. Lei: Sanchez 1-2-0 for 19 yards, Spencer Omalza 1-4-1 for 5 yards.
Receiving--Kail: Ualese 1-43, Lazo 1-24, Henry Timu 2-16, Harbottle 1-13 ,Ryan Lum 1-2. Lei: Kaikea Soares 1-19, Timothy Collier 1-5.
Junior varsity: Kailua 26, Leilehua 12.


NANAKULI 35, KAISER 26: The host Golden Hawks kept their slim playoff hopes alive by edging the Cougars in a White Division game.

The only way Nanakuli can make the playoffs is to win next week and hope either Campbell or McKinley lose their final two games.

Kaiser senior quarterback B.J. Bernard broke the OIA single-season record for passing yards, finishing with 2,164 yards.

Kaiser (3-5, 4-5)6 6 8 6--26
Nanakuli (5-2, 5-3)13 8 8 6--35

Scoring summary

Nan--Lester Meyers 1 run (Kapena Keopuhiwa kick)
Kais--Keoni Doo 3 pass from B.J. Bernard (kick failed)
Nan--Rusty Lawson 65 run (kick failed)
Kais--Bernard 1 run (kick failed)
Nan--Yin 21 run (Kapena run)
Kais--Kalena Gibo 14 pass from Bernard (Doo run)
Nan--Yin 8 run (Meyers run)
Kais--Grayson Udagawa 18 run (pass failed)
Nan--Yin 6 run (kick failed)
Individual statistics
Rushing--Kais: Udagawa 7-87, Bernard 9-22. Nan: Yin 18-116, Meyers 24-184, Lawson 2-76, Keopuhiwa 6-7, Vili Paama 1-8.
Passing--Kais: Bernard 17-37-2 for 214 yards. Nan: Kapena 2-6-0 for 30 yards.
Receiving--Kais: Doo 3-36, Marc Esteban 4-63, Udegawa 1-18, Gibo 2-23, Landon Beers 4-30, Ikaika Pai 2-37. Nan: Ronald Strode 1-35, Meyers 1-(-5).
Junior varsity: Nanakuli 46, Kaiser 8


NO. 4 KAHUKU 48, ROOSEVELT 0: The Red Raiders rolled up nearly 400 yards of offense and scored seven first-half touchdowns to rout the host Rough Riders in a Red Division game.

Kahuku (6-1, 6-2)41 7 0 0--48
Roosevelt (0-7, 0-8)0 0 0 0-- 0

Scoring summary

Kah--Stanley Pula 57 run (Solomon Lee kick)
Kah--Jonathan Mapu fumble return 10 yards (Lee kick)
Kah--Earvin Atuaia 24 run (Lee kick)
Kah--Marcus Salanoa 2 run (Lee kick)
Kah--Hofoka 85 pass from Inoke Funaki (Lee kick)
Kah--Atuaia 1 run (pass failed)
Kah--James Kammerer 11 pass from Funaki 11 (Lee kick)
Individual statistics not available
Junior varsity: Kahuku 15-13


KIF

NO. 5 WAIMEA 63, KAUAI 0: The players on the Menehunes' starting defensive unit "weigh an average of 157 pounds, but they're tough as nails," said Kauai Interscholastic Federation public address announcer Harold Naumu.

Waimea recorded its fifth straight shutout in a 63-0 bombing of the Kauai High Red Raiders at Vidinha Stadium.

Waimea (4-0, 6-0)27 23 13 0--63
Kauai (0-4, 0-6)0 0 0 0 --0

Scoring summary

Waim--Jordon Dizon 13 run (Adrian Agan kick)
Waim--Jessie Sablan 5 run (Agan kick)
Waim--Austin Alquiza 13 pass from Nikko Naumu (kick failed)
Waim--Sablan 58 run (Agan kick)
Waim--Safety: Brandon Malama sacked Kauai's Kamoi Refamonte in the end zone.
Waim--Micah Bermoy 62 punt return (Agan kick)
Waim--Sablan 2 run (Agan kick)
Waim--Brandon Perreira fumble recovery in end zone (Agan kick)
Waim--Bermoy 86 kickoff return (Agan kick)
Waim--Joshua May 20 run (kick failed)
Individual statistics
Rushing--Waim: Sablan 13-157, Dizon 8-76, May 10-64, Ikaika Cabral 6-42, Chesley Barba 2-20. Kau--Jameson Smith 16-29, Jeremy Yeats 1-(-2), Regis Canales 1-(-6), Refamonte 13-(-52).
Passing--Waim: Nikko Naumu 1-2-0 for 13 yards. Kau--Refamonte 6-19-1 for 27 yards.
Receiving--Waim: Alquiza 1-13. Kau: Raym Jerves 1-27, Yeats 1-7, Canales 2-1, Smith 1-(-2), Branson Zeffiro 1-(-6). Junior varsity: Waimea 14, Kauai 0.



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