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By Star-Bulletin Staff

Sunday, August 19, 2001


ROUNDUP

Terry’s 3 TDs lead McKinley


Star-Bulletin staff

Kimo Terry displayed his versatility by scoring touchdowns three different ways in leading McKinley to a 32-8 win over Radford in the opening game of the Father Bray Classic yesterday at Aloha Stadium.

Terry, a 5-foot-8, 190-pound senior, scored on a 78-yard run on the game's second play from scrimmage. He also caught an 18-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter and broke off an 89-yard kickoff return in the fourth quarter.

Terry and fellow running back Lorgan Pau combined for 279 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns.

At Aloha Stadium

Radford (0-1) 0 0 0 8 -- 8
McKinley (1-0) 12 6 7 7 -- 32

McK--Kimo Terry 78 run (kick failed)

McK--Lorgan Pau 9 run (run failed

McK--Terry 18 pass from Abel Werner (run failed)

McK--Chris Williams 53 interception return (Kalen Chock kick)

Rad--Justin Rellin 13 run (Shane Roberson pass from Keoni Tawata)

McK--Terry 89 kickoff return (Chock kick)

RUSHING--Radford: Rellin 14-32, Mat Failauga 2-5, Jeremy Hoover 3-12, Dennis Medina 6-(-20), David Foster (1-0), Roberson 6-14, Cortez McCoy 1-6, Lino Kakiva 1-2. McKinley: Terry 8-85, Anapuni Coleman 1-(-3), Michael Tui 1-(-2), Pau 9-54, Werner 4-6, Fernando Lemari 1-4, Lama Lauvao 1-4.

PASSING--Radford: Medina 5-19-2-32, Foster 1-4-1-11. McKinley: Coleman 4-8-1-67, Werner 5-10-0-71.

RECEIVING--Radford: Failauga 2-18, Rellin 2-3, Russell Baptiste 2-22. McKinley: Isaish Iaca 1-12, Travis Demello 1-29, Lauvao 2-33, Morales 1-13, Pau 3-33, Terry 1-18.

Farrington 20, Pac-Five 14: Yeoland Tamapua's 40-yard touchdown reception from Gilbert Sa broke a 14-14 tie in the third quarter as the Governors beat the Wolfpack in the Father Bray Classic.

Governors defensive back Kris Gasilos intercepted a pass with 16 seconds remaining in the game to seal the win.

Pac-Five played without starting quarterback McShane Daytor and starting wide receivers Matthew Friedman and Travis Tyler due to injuries.

At Aloha Stadium

Pac-Five (0-1) 0 7 7 0 -- 14
Farrington (1-0) 7 7 6 0 -- 20

Farr--Burt Calaycay 36 run (Andre Satele kick)

Farr--Soge Pua'ali 59 interception return (Satele kick)

Pac--Alika Durington 40 interception return (Darci Hata kick)

Pac--Ryan Penaruza 83 interception return (Hata kick)

Farr--Yeoland Tamapua 40 pass from Gilbert Sa (kick failed)

Waipahu 20, Leilehua 12: Andrew Hale scored his second touchdown of the game with 2:04 remaining as the Marauders held off the Mules in a preseason game.

Hale opened the scoring with a 76-yard run in the first quarter.

At Aloha Stadium

Waipahu (1-0) 6 7 0 7 -- 20
Leilehua (0-1) 6 6 0 0 -- 12

Waip--Andrew Hale 76 run (kick failed)

Lei--Jimmy Fajardo 6 fumble return (kick failed)

Waip--Paulo Aga 8 run (kick good)

Lei--Mackenzie Hanson 9 pass from Spencer Omalza (kick failed)

Waip--Hale 8 run (kick good)

Iolani 22, Kaimuki 0: Kila Kaaihue passed for a touchdown and rushed for another as the Raiders shutout the Bulldogs in the finale off the Father Bray Classic at Aloha Stadium.

At Aloha Stadium

Kaimuki (0-1) 0 0 0 0 -- 0
Iolani (1-0) 3 0 13 6 -- 22

Iol--Noah Myer 26 field goal

Iol--Raynold Stowers 5 run (kick failed)

Iol--Nata Kawamura 25 pass from Kala Kaaihue (Myer kick)

Iol--Kaaihue 4 run (kick failed)

Friday's games

Konawaena 31, Waialua 7: At Waialua, Taniola Langi rushed 13 times for 154 yards and scored three touchdowns to lead the Wildcats, who took an early 18-0 lead.

At Waialua H.S.

Konawaena (1-0) 12 13 6 0 -- 31
Waialua (0-1) 0 7 0 0 -- 7

Kona--Taniola Langi 8 pass from Adam Tableros (run failed)

Kona--Matt Deniz 1 run (run failed)

Kona--Langi 6 run (kick failed)

Wai--Larry Ladao 80 pass from Daniel Nacario (Charlie Tantog kick)

Kona--Langi 12 run (Nick Matsuoka kick)

Kona--Nano Padillio 4 run (kick failed)

RUSHING--Kona: Tableros 4-(-6), Langi 13-154, Padillio 8-81, Deniz 13-63, John Maile 3-18, Daniel Libre 2-5, Mike Naihe 1-10; Wai: Gavin Nakamura 3-21, Pookela Jasper 5-(-17), Daniel Cario 2-1, Keone Peiler 5-14, Tantog 4-26.

PASSING--Kona: Tableros 0-6-0, 0 yards, Naihe 0-1-0, 0 yards; Wai: Jasper 7-14-2, 61 yards, Nacario 3-8-1, 99 yards, Peiler 1-1-0, 5 yards.

RECEIVING--Wai: Peiler 2-44, Ladao 4-88, Grant Yamanouchi 3-21, Albert Ramos 1-7, Brent Claunan 1-5.

Kauai 21, Maui 13: At Wailuku, Rejis Canales ran for two touchdowns and passed for another and the Red Raiders stunned the defending Maui Interscholastic League champions. The win was Kauai's first since 1999.

At War Memorial Stadium, Maui

Kauai (1-0) 0 7 14 0 -- 21
Maui (0-1) 13 0 0 0 -- 13

Maui--M. Cabico 37 pass from Patao (pass failed)

Maui--Malafu 2 run (Ishizu kick)

Kauai--Canales 8 run (Jerves kick)

Kauai--Canales 1 run (Jerves kick)

Kauai--Semana 9 pass from Canales (Jerves kick)


Preseason Week 1

Yesterday
>> Punahou 24, Waimea 14
>> McKinley 32, Radford 8
>> Farrington 20, Pac-Five 14
>> Waipahu 20, Leilehua 12
>> King Kekaulike 3, Kapaa 0
>> St. Anthony 40, Damien 30
>> Kailua 29, Snow Canyon (Utah) 28
>> Waianae 27, A.J. Dimond (Alaska) 14
>> Kohala 35, Kalani 0
>> Waiakea 13, Lahainaluna 7
>> Lutheran (Calif.) 28, Hawaii Prep 6
>> Iolani 22, Kaimuki 0
>> Kamehameha 21, Baldwin 6
>> Aiea 20, Castle 14
Friday
>> Kahuku 19, Skyline (Utah)14
>> St. Louis 42, Nanakuli 0
>> Kauai 21, Maui 13
>> Mililani 50, Pearl City 13
>> Kaiser 20, Kalaheo 10
>> Konawaena 31, Waialua 7
>> Campbell 22, Roosevelt 21




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