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Prep Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Saturday, October 21, 2000

Good news, bad news
for Mililani


By Dennis Oda, Star-Bulletin
Leilehua defenders Steve Feriman, left, and Jacob Zamora
bring down Mililani running back Brian Daniels last night
at Mililani. The Trojans won, 41-0, but were eliminated
from the playoffs. See statistics below.


Waianae rips
Roosevelt, ends
season 8-0 in Red


Star-Bulletin staff

The Waianae defense set up the offense all game -- picking off four passes and scoring on a fumble return -- as the No. 2 Seariders finished a perfect season in the Oahu Interscholastic Association Red Division by blasting the host Roosevelt Rough Riders, 38-3, last night.

Waianae -- the top seed heading into the OIA tournament -- allowed just 42 points in eight regular-season games, and posted two shutouts.

The Seariders scored touchdowns off three of their interceptions last night, and the offense gained more than 250 yards on the ground.

Waianae (8-0, 9-0) 13 12 13 0--38
Roosevelt (0-8, 0-9) 3 0 0 0-- 3

Scoring summary

Roo--FG James Allison 35
Wai--Lono Manners 6 run (Shawn Bebeau)
Wai--Manners 3 run (kick failed)
Wai--Manners 24 pass from Brandon Lopes (pass failed)
Wai--Bryson Avilla 59 fumble return (pass failed)
Wai--Peter Sarono 70 run (kick failed)
Wai--Teacel Hines 77 pass from Caleb Paakaula (Bebeau kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing--Waian: Manners 10-49, Delbert Mundon 2-1, Sarono 10-131, Kimo Kendrick 2-8, Kawena Rosario 4-22, Kala Baptista 3-1, Tillis Sionesini 4-25, Parris Kawaauhau 2-24. Roos: Kealii Oleole 3-(-12), Charles Pila 2-15, Aaron Domingo 2-(-3), Corey Higa 2-13, Joey Shimabuku 1-0.
Passing--Waian: Lopes 1-2-0 for 24 yards, Paakaula 1-4-0 for 77 yards. Roos: Oleole 11-20-1 for 88 yards, Chris Mols 11-18-3 for 159 yards.
Receiving--Waian: Manners 1-24, Hines 1-77. Roos: Jonathan Higa 3-67, C. Higa 4-30, Shown Francis 1-3, Matt Terukina 3-25, Eric Kobayashi 1-10, Matthew Matsuura 1-26, Jerry Perreira 2-12, Patrick Machado 2-14, Charles Pila 2-15, Shimabuku 3-45.
Junior varsity: Waianae 14, Roosevelt 7

No. 9 Castle 57, Kalani 6: The Knights secured first place in the White Division, setting up an OIA Tournament game with Windward rival Kailua.

Kaleo Segovia rushed for two touchdowns in Castle's 29-point first quarter, and ended up with 139 total yards and four scores.

The Knights scored 40 or more points in five games this season.



Kalani (2-6, 3-6)0 0 0 6-- 6
Castle (7-1, 8-1)29 20 8 0--57

Scoring summary

Cas--Kaleo Segovia 10 run (Blake Ramos run)
Cas--Segovia 7 run (Nolan Miranda kick)
Cas--Miranda 45 pass from Joel Botelho (Miranda kick)
Cas--Keha Ho 7 run (Miranda kick)
Cas--Ikaika Ho 60 punt return (Miranda kick) - freshman
Cas--Segovia 36 pass from Botelho (kick failed)
Cas--Fale Taupaki 3 run (Miranda kick)
Cas--Segovia 5 run (Ramos run)
Kaln--Russell Dement 7 pass from Justin Numazu (pass failed)

Individual statistics

Rushing--Kaln: Dement 8-24, Numazu 10-34, Kelvin Marzan 2-16, Evan Darnell 5-(-4). Cas: Segovia 16-103, K. Ho 2-14, Botelho 1-(-3), Taupaki 6-25, Treston Kaneao 1-29, Ramos 2-6, Chris Connelly 1-2.
Passing--Kaln: Numazu 10-29-2 for 65 yards. Cas: Botelho 3-3-0 for 94 yards.
Receiving--Kaln: Lee Nouchi 2-5, Dement 3-16, Marzan 3-25, Racer Moody 1-7, Sean Matsukawa 1-12. Cas: Loren Lum 1-13, Miranda 1-45, Segovia 1-36.
Junior varsity: Castle 37, Kalani 0

No. 8 campbell 34, pearl city 21: Satia Ioane returned a fumble 85 yards for a touchdown to give the Sabers a 21-0 lead, and Campbell held off a second-half Pearl City rally to win a White Division game at home.

All-purpose Pearl City standout Ty Jarrett rushed for three scores and passed for 126 yards.

Campbell heads into the playoffs with five consecutive wins.



Pearl City (3-5, 3-6)0 0 7 14--21
Campbell (7-1, 8-1)7 6 8 13--34

Scoring summary

Cam--Randy Saramosing 4 pass from Vince Lemau (Shauncey Saito kick)
Cam--Saramosing 28 pass from Lemau (kick failed)
Cam--Satia Ioane 85 fumble return (Jamison Rabaino run)
PC--Ty Jarrett 5 run (Randall Shinn kick)
Cam--Saito 20 run (Saito kick)
PC--Jarrett 2 run (Shinn kick)
Cam--David Lotomua 6 pass from Lemau (kick failed)
PC--Jarrett 6 run (Shinn kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing--PC: Jarrett 14-83, Chris Hicks 6-23, Kaipo Moniz 11-42, Kiko Riego de Dios 2-(-11), Mark Oshiro 2-(-3), Javier 1-(-3), Marshall Resurrection 2-6, Michael Goulet 1-11. Cam: Rabaino 12-100, Kaku 4-11, Taulao 8-75, Lemau 5-(-13), Saito 3-15.
Passing--PC: Riego de Dios 1-5-1 for 19 yards, Jarrett 4-8-1 for 126 yards. Cam: Lemau 7-20-0 for 113 yards.
Receiving--Calvin Calio 1-19, Moniz 1-50, Resurrection 3-76. Cam: Romeo Mayrena 1-28, Saramosing 2-32, Ben Bucanan 1-22, Andrew Napihaa 1-15, Lotomua 2-16.
Junior varsity: Campbell 20, Pearl City 13

kaIlua 34, aiea 7: The host Surfriders clinched a playoff berth with their fifth consecutive win, as Josh Uelese rushed for two touchdowns and 151 yards.

Uelese finished the regular season with 1,085 yards rushing, tops on Oahu so far this year.



Aiea (2-6, 2-7)0 7 0 0-- 7

Kailua (5-3, 6-3)7 12 8 7--34

Scoring summary

Kail--Brenton Harbottle 11 pass from Taleki Mailau (Josh Uelese kick)
Kail--Uelese 2 run (kick failed)
Kail--Ryan Lum 51 pass from Mailau (run failed)
Aiea--Norman Helsham fumble return (Ben Villaflor kick)
Kail--Uelese 4 run (Xavier Ho'olulu pass from Mailau)
Kail--Lum 32 pass from Mailau (Uelese kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing--Aiea: Fa'asalele Neemia Jr. 6-2, Kalani Pedro 4-6, Lole Laolagi 8-(-25), Imo Va'a 1-3. Kail: Uelese 29-151, Mailau 10-101, Naki 1-4, Ammon Kaleo 1-3, Harbottle 5-7, Chaz Tabias 1-4, Manu Kahalehwai-Cook 2-8.
Passing--Aiea: Lole Laolagi 9-15-1 for 43 yards, Bryan Tucker-Salas 0-1-0 for 0 yards. Kail: Mailau 8-11-0 for 188 yards.
Receiving--Aiea: Chris Antonio 1-8, Jeremy Yuen 4-28, Reuben Medeiros 1-1, Nate Olaivar 1-7, Keali'i Kekawa 1-(-1), Neemia Jr. 1-0. Kail: Dean Naki 3-43, Harbottle 2-21, Lum 2-101, Ho'olulu 2-23.
Junior varsity: Kailua 39, Aiea 7.


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By Dennis Oda, Star-Bulletin
Mililani quarterback Kali French scrambles for
a fourth-quarter score.



Mililani 41, Leilehua 0: Brian Daniels rushed for 157 yards and a touchdown for the Trojans, whose slim hopes for the postseason ended despite the victory.

Leilehua (2-6, 2-7)0 0 0 0-- 0
Mililani (4-4, 4-5)7 20 14 0--41

Scoring summary

Mil--Brian Daniels 8 run (Vance Harris kick)
Mil--Kepa Morris 62 run (kick failed)
Mil--Kaipo Patoc 6 pass from Kali French (pass failed)
Mil--Patoc 6 pass from French (Braddah Kalahiki run)
Mil--Xavier Sequeira 3 run (Harris kick)
Mil--French 6 run (Harris kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing--Lei: Bryan Ford 4-4, Sean Palea 4-(-6), Mike Sanchez 1-(-6). Mil: Daniels 18-157, Morris 7-77, French 6-37, John Zachman 1-4, Sequeira 3-3, Jordan I 1-3, Terry Jasper 3-0, Kekoa Ferreira 2-0, Mitchell Rose 1-0, Jose Santos 1-(-10).
Passing--Lei: Spencer Omalza 5-19-0 for 24 yards, Sanchez 1-3-0 for 2 yards. Mil: French 4-11-0 for 50 yards, Rose 0-1-0.
Receiving--Lei: Bronson Somera 2-32, Joshua Tomas 1-2, Timothy Collier 1-0, Jimmy Fajardo 2-(-8). Mil: Patoc 2-12, Santos 2-38.

No. 4 Kahuku 52, Waipahu 6: The host Red Raiders scored 34 points in the first quarter, and led 52-0 at halftime, to win their third consecutive Red Division game.

Inoke Funaki passed for three touchdowns, and seven different players scored for Kahuku, the defending OIA champion.

Waipahu (2-6, 2-7)0 0 0 6-- 6
Kahuku (7-1, 7-2)34 18 0 0--52

Scoring summary

Kahu--Muliwai Pula 54 run (Solomon Lee kick)
Kahu--A.J. Smith 1 run (Lee kick)
Kahu--Saia Hafoka 71 pass from 'Inoke Funaki (kick failed)
Kahu--Ferron Fonoimoana 37 pass from Funaki (Bryson Au run)
Kahu--Colby Unga 3 run (pass failed)
Kahu--Hafoka 37 pass from Funaki (kick failed)
Kahu--Aaron Francisco 51 punt return (kick failed)
Kahu--Magic Atuaia 37 pass from Fonoimoana (pass failed)
Waip--Tafa Samuela 18 interception return (kick failed)

Individual statistics

Rushing--Waip: Christopher Coloma 5-(-40), Marcus Sagapolu 11-(-10), Andrew Hale 5-5, Brandon Fagaragan 7-14, Keoni Aloy 1-(-24), Ben Jelf 1-(-1). Kah--Bryson Au 1-6, Marcus Salanoa 2-21, LeGrand Goo 1-(-1), Fonoimoana 2-2, Funaki 2-4, Unga 2-8, Pula 3-62, Smith 2-9, Semisi Livai 3-(-2).
Passing--Waip: Coloma 5-20-2 for 31 yards. Kah: Fonoimoana 1-2-1 for 37 yards, Funaki 5-9-1 for 190 yards.
Receiving--Waip:Sagapolu 1-18, Kawika Raymondo 2-5, Hale 1-2, Fagaragan 1-6. Kah: Fonoimoana 1-39, Kealoha Taua 1-3, M. Atuaia 1-37, Hafoka 3-148.
Junior varsity: Kahuku 16, Waipahu 6

MOANALUA 42, RADFORD 6: The visiting Menehunes drilled the Rams behind their 1-2 offensive punch of Ric Fukushima and Lowen Rudolfo.

Fukushima passed for 252 yards, four touchdowns and a two-point conversion. Rudolfo rushed for 147 yards and two TDs and also scored on a 16-yard pass reception.

Moanalua (4-4, 5-4)6 14 8 14--42
Radford (1-7, 1-8)0 0 0 6-- 6

Scoring summary

Moan--James Strombach 70 pass from Ric Fukushima (kick failed)
Moan--Stephen Green 56 pass from Fukushima (pass failed)
Moan--Lowen Rudolfo 16 pass from Fukushima (Rudolfo run)
Moan--Rudolfo 11 run (Abraham Manutai pass from Fukushima)
Rad--Justin Rellin 27 pass from David Foster (kick failed)
Moan--Manutai 11 pass from Fukushima (Robert Theriault kick)
Moan--Rudolfo 34 run (Theriault kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing--Moan: Rudolfo 23-147, Noah Palmerton 8-57, Strombach 1-(-2), Fukushima 3-10, Jon Bergen 2-2.
Rad: Jason Ione 5-74, Rellin 6-8, Foster 6-34, Richard Killen 1-12, Cortez McCoy 1-5, Nick Sanderson 2-11.
Passing--Moan: Fukushima 10-19-1 for 252 yards
Rad: Foster 9-19-2 for 101 yards, Sanderson 0-2-0.
Receiving--Moan: Strombach 1-70, Tae Kim 2-31, Green 1-56, Rudolfo 2-25, Palmerton 2-44, Manutai 2-26. Rad: Killen 4-10, Shane Robertson 2-26, Rellin 2-35, Ione 1-2
Junior varsity: Radford 40-0



KIF

No. 5 Waimea 20, Kapaa 7: The Menehunes drove 55 yards for the go-ahead touchdown with 7:54 left as Ikaika Cabral punched it in from the 1-yard line.

The Warriors threatened to give Waimea its first loss when Kalani Miyashiro's 10-yard touchdown catch on a pass from Dustin Mundon put Kapaa on top 7-6 in the third quarter.

The Menehunes hadn't been scored against in 22 straight quarters, including a span of five full games dating back to their second preseason game.

Brandon Perreira made 18 tackles for Waimea.

Brad Wakuta led the Warriors in tackles with 12.

Waimea (7-0, 5-0)6 0 0 14--20
Kapaa (3-4, 2-3) 0 0 7 0-- 7

Scoring summary

Waim--Jordon Dizon (kick failed)
Kap--Kalani Miyashiro 10 pass from Dustin Mundon (Tyler Wakuta kick)
Waim--Ikaika Cabral 1 run (pass failed)
Waim--Joshua May 5 run (Bernard Rita pass from Nikko Naumu)
Individual statistics

Rushing--Waim: May 19-139, Chesley Barba 11-81, Cabral 14-34, Dizon 6-17. Kap--Dahson Gonzales 20-63, Kalani Miyashiro 5-20, Allen Iloreta 2-13, Dustin Mundon 11-13, Jud McRoberts 1-8, Dustin Maglinti 1-1.
Passing--Waim: Naumu 3-7-2 for 73 yards. Kap: Mundon 10-17-1 for 111 yards.
Receiving--Waim: Micah Bermoy 1-42, Rita 2-31. Kap: Miyashiro 7-60, Iloreta 1-21, McRoberts 1-20, Maglinti 1-10.
Junior varsity: Waimea 62, Kapaa 14.


STANDINGS

ILH

Second round

TeamWLTPFPA
Kamehameha (7-1, 6-1)20026294
x-St. Louis (9-0, 7-0)20033376
Iolani (5-4, 4-3)110164147
Punahou (3-5, 3-4)110169172
Damien (1-7, 1-6)02059265
Pac-Five (0-8, 0-7)02080319

x-first round champion

Notes: Records in parentheses are overall, league overall. Points for and against are for league overall

Today

Damien vs. Pac-Five (Aloha Stadium), 2 p.m.
Kamehameha vs. Iolani (Aloha Stadium), 4:45 p.m.
St. Louis vs. Punahou (Aloha Stadium), 7:30 p.m.

OIA

RED DIVISION
TeamWLTPFPA
x-Waianae (9-0)80021542
x-Kahuku (7-2)71031459
x-Kaimuki (7-2)620221139
x-Kailua (6-3)530227168
x-Farrington (5-4)440153144
Mililani (3-6)440187190
Aiea (2-7)260104145
Leilehua (2-7)26025221
Waipahu (2-7)26073207
Roosevelt (0-9)08044248

WHITE DIVISION
TeamWLTPFPA
x-Castle (8-1)710336137
x-Campbell (8-1)710282154
x-McKinley (7-1)61028772
Nanakuli (6-3)620188138
Kalaheo (5-3)430219176
Moanalua (5-4)440177217
Pearl City (3-6)350149197
Kaiser (4-5)350225240
Kalani (3-6)26084242
Radford (1-8)17079212
Waialua (0-9)080101278

x-clinched playoff spot

Today

McKinley vs. Kalaheo, at Kailua

Next week's playoff schedule
Thursday, Oct. 26, Aloha Stadium

Waianae vs. Campbell or McKinley*, 5:05 p.m.
Kailua vs. Castle, 7:35 p.m.

Friday, Oct. 27, Aloha Stadium

Kahuku vs. Campbell or McKinley*, 5:05 p.m.
Kaimuki vs. Farrington, 7:35 p.m.

*If McKinley beats Kalaheo today, it plays Kahuku. If it loses to Kalaheo, it plays Waianae. Campbell plays the opposite team.



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