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By Star-Bulletin Staff

Saturday, October 28, 2000

St. Louis
devours Damien


Star-Bulletin staff

St. Louis scored the most points of Hawaii's high school football season, routing Damien, 84-0, last night at Kaiser.

The nationally-ranked Crusaders scored six first-quarter touchdowns and led 77-0 at halftime.

The Crusaders scored four rushing and four passing TDs, three defensive TDs and one special teams TD.

The 42 points in the first quarter tied the team record.

St. Louis has won 15 consecutive games.

Damien (2-7, 2-8)0 0 0 0-- 0
St. Louis (9-0, 11-0)42 35 7 0--84

Scoring summary

StL--Daniel Inferrera 12 pass from Bobby George (Kaeo Adams kick)
StL--Ikaika Curnan 10 fumble return (Adams kick)
StL--Kainoa Fernandez 60 punt return (Adams kick)
StL--Bronson Beaver 4 run (Adams kick)
StL--Davin Nakasato 35 pass from Kelika Higa (Adams kick)
StL--Gino Gosiaco 30 pass from George (Adams kick)
StL--Pesefea Fiaseu 6 run (Adams kick)
StL--Jordan Kreutz 39 fumble return (Adams kick)
StL--Taualai Fonoti 44 interception return (Adams kick)
StL--Beaver 50 run (Adams kick)
StL--Fernandez 61 pass from George (Adams kick)
StL--Justin Cabansang 9 run (Adams kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing--Dam: Billy Sullivan 9-27, Destin Alameida 8-(-10), Team 1-(-18). StL: Fiaseu 6-70, Beaver 2-54, Prince Brown 9-50, Higa 1-18, George 1-(-1), Cabansang 5-38, Samson Ho'ohuli 5-16, Lee Boyd 1-(-1).
Passing--Dam: Alameida 8-19-2 for 19 yards. StL: Higa 4-4-0 for 74 yards, George 3-6-0 for 95 yards, Boyd 2-3-1 for 25 yards.
Receiving--Dam: Sullivan 4-(-3), Jared Chun 4-22. StL: Inferrera 1-12, Gosiaco 2-27, Frank Rivers 1-11, Darren Freitas 1-23, Nakasato 1-35, Fernandez 1-61, Enoka Pai 1-4, Tito Sallas 1-21.


PUNAHOU 21, IOLANI 17: Todd LaFountaine scored from two yards out with 35 seconds left to lift the host Buffanblu.

Punahou got the ball on its 23- yard line with 1:40 remaining after an Iolani fumble.

On 4th-and-10 at the Iolani 47, LaFountaine hit John Monahan to keep the drive alive. LaFountaine scored three plays later.

He completed six passes for 75 yards during the final drive.

Iolani took the lead with just over nine minutes left in the fourth quarter on Duke Hashimoto's 27 yard field goal.

Iolani (4-5, 5-6)0 0 14 3--17
Punahou (4-5, 4-6)0 14 0 7--21

Scoring summary

Pun--Tamatoa Hackney 1 run (Hackney kick)
Pun--Todd LaFountaine 2 run (Hackney kick)
Iol--Nate Kawamura 14 pass from Kila Kaaihue (DukeHashimoto kick)
Iol--Teo Bennett 1 run (Hashimoto kick)
Iol--FGHashimoto 27
Pun--LaFountaine 2 run (Hackney kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing--Iol: Bennett 20-42, Justin McClain 2-(-2), Kaaihue 2-(-21). Pun: LaFountaine 18-58, Hackney 16-54, David Weick 3-9, John Monahan 2-(-3).
Passing--Iol: Kaaihue 14-28-3 for 223 yards. Pun: LaFountaine 8-14-0 for 100 yards.
Receiving--Iol: JayMarcouiller 2-80, Ikaika Goo 7-84, Robert Mageo 2-27, Blake Wong 2-18, Kawamura 1-14. Pun: Monahan 2-31, ChrisChandler 4-39, Chris Nakamura 1-16, Hackney 1-14.


Kamehameha 45, Pac-Five 0: Nine Warriors scored, including Tyler Perkins on a 90-yard punt return, as Kamehameha routed the Wolfpack at Kaiser Stadium.

Jon Fo completed seven passes for 181 yards and three scores for the Warriors, who rolled up over 350 yards of offense.

Pac-Five (0-8, 0-9)0 0 0 0-- 0
Kamehameha (8-1, 9-1)26 13 6 0--45

Scoring summary

Kam--Nainoa Spencer 10 pass from Jon Fo (run failed)

Kam--Mikey Akiu 36 pass from Fo (Bronson Sardinha kick)
Kam--Kelena Ho'okano 1 run (Lehua Woods kick)
Kam--Brandon Ala 24 fumble return (kick failed)
Kam--Tyler Perkins 90 punt return (Woods kick)
Kam--Dane Montez 28 run (kick failed)
Kam--Kolo Kapanui 60 pass from Fo (kick failed)

Individual statistics

Rushing--Pac: Chayson Seneca 15-42, Kenny Torres 2-9, Matthew Inouye 6-(-10). Kam: Ho'okano 8-54, Montez 2-35, Jason Fong-Aiu 5-9, Caleb Spencer 1-8, Keola Marks 2-7, Kiley Loo 6-6.
Passing--Pac: Inouye 7-26-2 for 69 yards. Kam: Fo 7-11-1 for 181 yards, Caleb Spencer 6-10-1 for 57 yards.
Receiving--Pac: Torres 2-31, Matthew Freidman 2-19, Waikoloa Noa 2-13, Grant Sumida 1-6. Kam: Kapanui 1-60, N. Spencer 2-53, Akiu 1-36, Ikaika Kim 1-30, Dallas DeFries 1-27, Justin Konia 2-14, Aaron Fernandez 2-7, Keoni Hong 1-6, James Yates 2-5.

KIF

Kapaa 31, Kauai 7: Randy Lawrence caught a 42-yard touchdown pass, and recovered a fumble and returned it 42 yards for a score to lead the Warriors past the winless Red Raiders.

Kapaa (3-3, 4-4)0 17 14 0 -- 31
Kauai (0-5, 0-7)0 0 0 7 -- 7

Scoring summary

Kap--Dahson Gonzales 1 run (Bradley Wakuta kick)
Kap--FG B. Wakuta 16
Kap--Gonzales 6 run (B. Wakuta kick)
Kap--Randy Lawrence 42 pass from Dustin Mundon (B. Wakuta kick)
Kap--Lawrence 42 fumble recovery (Tyler Wakuta kick)
Kamoi Refamonte 1 run (Raym Jerves kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing--Kap: Gonzales 12-78, Kalani Miyashiro 11-47, Mundon 9-20, Christian Dye 2-17, Allen Iloreta 3-12, T. Wakuta 2-11, Edwin Cummings 1-9, Anakale Apuna 4-0. Kau: Jameson Smith 16-89, Kaiku Jerves 2-9, Regis Canales 1-4, Refamonte 11-2.
Passing--Kap: Mundon 5-9-0 for 59 yards. Kau: Refamonte 4-13-4 for 31 yards.
Receiving--Kap: Lawrence 1-42, Iloreta 1-13, Troy Kubota 1-4, Miyashiro 1-0. Kau: Canales 1-12, R. Jerves 1-7, Clarence Ariola 1-7, Jeremy Yeats 1-5.
Junior varsity: Kauai 29, Kapaa 6.

BIIF

Hilo 14, Waiakea 6: The Vikings clinched the Big Island Interscholastic Federation championship, and a state tournament berth, with the win at home.

MIL

In a Thursday night game, King Kekaulike defeated Kaahumanu Hou, 23-13.



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