Sunday, August 26, 2001
[ PREP FOOTBALL ]
Terrell Vinson rushed for 197 yards and scored three touchdowns to lead Dana Hills High School of California to a 30-14 victory over Pac-Five last night in a preseason football game at Aloha Stadium.
Vinson tears up
By Jason Kaneshiro
Vinson, a 5-foot-9, 160-pound junior, ripped off touchdown runs of 10 and 70 yards and had a 76-yard run called back due to a penalty. He also scored on a 9-yard reception.
"Terrell is just a terrific player," Dana Hills head coach Scott Orloff said. "He's a legitimate Division I prospect. We just have to keep him healthy."
Both teams had trouble keeping players healthy last night. Four Pac-Five starters left the game with injuries, and Dana Hills running back Joel Martin was taken from the Dolphin sideline in an ambulance in the second half. Orloff said Martin went numb on his left side after a hit and was taken to Kaiser Medical Center for treatment.
"We're really praying that he's all right," Orloff said.
Pac-Five slotback Waikoloa Noa suffered a knee injury on a kickoff return in the first quarter. Quarterback Jordan Tani was hit in the throat in the second quarter and was taken to the hospital as a precautionary measure. Offensive linemen Matthew Chun-Hori (shoulder) and Michael Hom (ankle) also couldn't finish the game.
With Tani sidelined and McShane Dator still nursing a thumb injury, Ryan Leong was pressed into action at quarterback for Pac-Five. Leong, who usually plays defensive back and receiver, completed three passes for 38 yards.
"We got down to our disaster quarterback," Botelho said. "And that limited a lot of what we could do on offense."
Pac-Five actually led for much of the first half. The Wolfpack took the opening kickoff and marched 80 yards in 11 plays for the opening score. The only pass of the drive resulted in a touchdown, as Jordan Tani hit Michael Yamauchi-Yamate for a 5-yard score.
Dana Hills answered with a 10-play drive, culminating in a 10-yard scamper by Vinson early in the second quarter.
Pac-Five reclaimed the lead three plays later when Tani rolled to his right and hit Matthew Friedman along the sideline. Friedman sprinted away from the Dolphin defense for a 79-yard touchdown.
Vinson again victimized the Wolfpack on the following drive, racking up 60 of the Dolphins' 70 yards, including a 9-yard touchdown reception from Trevor Walls. Dana Hills took the lead on Vinson's two-point conversion run. Two encroachment penalties on Pac-Five gave the Dolphins the ball at the 1 for the attempt.
The Dolphins extended their lead later in the quarter when a snap sailed over the head of Leong, who was punting for Pac-Five, and out of the end zone for a safety.
Dana Hills took control in the third quarter on a 20-yard touchdown run by Brett Shirozono. Vinson put the game away with a 70-yard scoring run.
St. Louis 40, San Clemente (Calif.) 7: Defense and special teams sparked the Crusaders to a victory over the Tritons from Southern California.
Kainoa Fernandez ignited the Crusaders in the first half with an 85-yard punt return. Fernandez also ripped off a 33-yard punt return in the first quarter.
The Crusader special teams scored again late in the third quarter when Timo Paepule blocked a Chris Miller punt, which Pono Vierra scooped up and returned 27 yards for a touchdown. Defensive back Jonah Lakatani scored on a 41-yard interception return in the fourth quarter.
Offensively, Justin Cabansag opened the scoring for St. Louis with an 18-yard run in the first quarter. Bobby George hooked up with Fernandez on a 31-yard touchdown in the second quarter.
The Crusaders scored on the first play of the second half on a 79-yard strike from Bobby George to Jason Rivers.
McKinley 14, Farrington 0: The running tandem of Kimo Terry and Lorgan Pau put up the points, and the Tiger defense proved impenetrable as the Tigers defeated the Governors at Roosevelt Field.
Terry, a 5-foot-8, 190-pound senior, led all rushers, taking the ball 68 yards on 16 carries. The McKinley senior scored the second touchdown at the 5:26 mark of the second quarter when he took a hand-off from Tiger quarterback Abel Werner and carried it 7 yards into the end zone.
McKinley opened scoring at the 5:25 mark in the first quarter when Pau scored on a 6-yard run.
The Tiger defense was relentless, stopping the Governors five times in the red zone. Farrington's best chance to score came in the fourth quarter, when the Govs had the ball fourth-and-goal at the one-yard-line. But McKinley's defense ensured the shutout when Farrington quarterback Gilbert Sa was sacked at the five-yard-line.
McKinley (1-0) next faces the Leilehua Mules on Aug. 31 game at Roosevelt. Farrington (0-1) visits state champion Kahuku on the same night.
Aiea 20, Radford 0: Na Alii recovered from turnover woes to defeat the Rams.
Despite three interceptions and two fumbles that gave Radford good field position, Aiea was able to turn back Radford from its own goal.
The game started off with a bang, as Reuben Medeiros returned the opening kickoff 65 yards for a score .
Radford tried to answer back with a strong drive, but fumbled at the Aiea 2.
Leading the way for Aiea was quarterback Lole Laolagi, who passed for a game-high 166 yards including a 4-yard score to Bryan Tucker-Salas. He also ran for a score.
Kalaheo 10, Moanalua 6: Jeremy Neufeldt blocked a punt with two minutes left in the third quarter and Kalani Kane returned it 20 yards for a touchdown to lead the Mustangs.
Neufeldt also recorded two sacks and recovered two fumbles.
Patelo Tongatea added three sacks and five tackles for losses for the Kalaheo defense.
On offense, the Mustangs rushed 35 times for 120 yards.
No other individual statistics were available.MIL
Baldwin 38, St. Anthony 0: A.J. Garbin's 80-yard punt return in the third quarter highlighted the rout.
The Maui Interscholastic League mercy rule took effect after Baldwin's fifth touchdown.
The Bears rushed for three touchdowns against the Trojans.
Hawaii Preparatory Academy 14, Kauai 7: Patrick Blasdell hit Bully Fergerstrom and Scott Paulson for touchdown passes to lead the Kamakani over the Red Raiders in a preseason game.
Waimea 45, Hilo 0: Rayson Cacal rushed for 138 yards and scored five touchdowns as the Menehunes rolled over the visiting Vikings at Hanapepe Stadium.
Chesley Barba scored twice for Waimea, which finished with 333 rushing yards.
The Menehunes' defense held Hilo to three first downs.
Chuck Cordill and Ryan Ito contributed to this report.
YESTERDAYOIA Regular Season
Waianae 41, Leilehua 2
McKinley 14, Farrington 0
Aiea 20, Radford 0
Kalaheo 10, Moanalua 6
MIL Regular Season
Baldwin 38, St. Anthony 0
Hawaii Prep 14, Kauai 7
Waimea 35, Hilo 0
Dana Hills (Calif.) 40, Pac-Five 14
St. Louis 40, San Clemente (Calif.) 7
FRIDAYOIA Regular season
Kahuku 41, Kaimuki 13
Kailua 35, Campbell 14
Waipahu 41, Kalani 0
Roosevelt 26, Kaiser 20
Maui 26, King Kekaulike 14
Nanakuli 22, Pearl City 17
Castle 35, Mililani 28
Iolani 56, Kearny (Calif.) 0
Kamehameha 26, Timpview 21
Kapaa 35, Honokaa 2
OIA REDMcKinley 14, Farrington 0
At Roosevelt H.S. Field
Farrington (1-0, 0-0) 0 0 0 0-- 0 McKinley (1-0, 0-0) 7 7 0 0-- 14
McK Lorgan Pau 6 run (Kalen Chock kick)
McK Kimo Terry 7 run (Chock kick)
RUSHING -- Farrington: Gilbert Sa 12-64, Jay Ocal 16-28, Limoni Anurar 5-4, Royce Machado 1-(-1), Yeolane Tamopua 1-(-15). McKinley: Kimo Terry 16-68, Lorgan Pau 15-46, Abel Werner 9-10.
PASSING -- Farrington: Gilbert Sa 4-16-1-66. McKinley: Abel Werner 6-17-1-94.
RECEIVING -- Farrington: Dwayne Haney 3-43, Chad Mock 2-17, Wayne Saturino 1-5, Limoni Anurar 1-1. McKinley: Lama Lauvao 2-39, Jose Morales 1-8, Travis DeMello 1-15, Joshua Bamanlag 1-24, Dominick Souza-Larimore 1-8.
Junior varsity Farrington 41, McKinley 0OIA white
Aiea 20, Radford 0
At Aiea H.S. Field
Radford (0-1, 0-2) 0 0 0 0-- 0 Aiea (1-0, 2-0) 7 7 0 6-- 20
Aiea Reuben Medeiros 65 kickoff return (Jeffrey Veal kick)
Aiea Bryan Tucker-Salas 4 pass from Lole Laolagi (Veal kick)
Aiea Laolagi 1 run (kick failed)
RUSHING Radford: Justin Rellin 21-61, Shane Roberson 6-27, Justin Hoover 2-6, Dennis Medina 6-6, Cortez Mccoy 1-3, Lino Kakiva 1-5, David Foster 2-(-4). Aiea: Faaselele Neemia Jr. 6-54, Laolagi 13-20, Jordan Moniz 3-10, Kalani Kekawa 3-31.
Passing -- Radford: Medina 1-9-0-(-2), Foster 2-6-1-63. Aiea: Laulaugi 10-27-3-169.
Receiving -- Radford: Brandon Bendele 2-11, Matt Failauga 1-50. Aiea: Tucker-Salas 3-74, Chris Antonio 3-60, Medeiros 2-17, Jeremy Yuen 1-18, Moniz 1-0.
Junior varsity -- Aiea 34, Radford 6
Kalaheo 10, Moanalua 6
Moanalua (0-1, 0-1) 0 0 0 6-- 6 Kalaheo (1-0, 1-1) 3 0 7 0-- 10
Kalh FG Grant Shiroma 31
Kalh Kalani Kane 20 blocked punt return
Moa James Strombach 43 pass from Ric Fukushima (kick failed)
Junior varsity Kalaheo 6, Moanalua 0
MILBaldwin 38, St. Anthony 0
At War Memorial Stadium, Maui
Baldwin (1-0) 14 9 15 0-- 38 St. Anthony (0-1) 0 0 0 0-- 0
Bald Michael Silva 52 run (Michael Donahoo kick)
Bald Kekoa Hewahewa 11 run (Donahoo kick)
Bald Sam Eolutau 29 pass from Donahoo (kick failed)
Bald FG Donahoo 42
Bald Brian Tate 2 run (Donahoo kick)
Bald A.J. Garbin 80 punt return (Donahoo kick)
Individual statistics were not available.
PRESEASONDana Hills 30, Pac-Five 14
At Aloha Stadium
Dana Hills (1-0) 0 17 6 7-- 30 Pac-Five (0-2) 7 7 0 0-- 14
Pac Michael Yamauchi-Yamate 5 pass from Jordan Tani (Darci Hata kick)
Dana Terrell Vinson 10 run (Lance Friesz kick)
Pac Matthew Friedman 79 pass from Tani (Hata kick)
Dana Vinson 9 pass from Trevor Walls (Vinson run)
Dana Safety, ball snapped out of end zone
Dana Brett Shirozono 20 run (kick failed)
Dana Vinson 70 run (Friesz kick)
Rushing Dana Hills: Vinson 22-197, Joel Martin 4-22, Brett Shirozono 6-42, Chad Moline 4-15, Walls 2-(-11), Travis Leavitt 1-1; Pac-Five: Chad Rayno 5-22, Yamauchi-Yamate 20-91, Waikoloa Noa 1-3, Tani 1-(-9), Ryan Leong 3-5, Alika Durington 3-11.
Passing Dana Hills: Walls 3-4-1-24; Luke Tracy 1-3-0-1; Pac-Five: Tani 2-7-0-84, Leong 3-14-1-38.
Receiving Dana Hills: Vinson 2-11, Nick Garton 2-14; Pac-Five: Yamauchi-Yamate 3-8, Friedman 2-114.
St. Louis 40, San Clemente 7
At Aloha Stadium
San Clemente (0-1) 0 0 7 0-- 7 St. Louis (2-0) 13 7 13 7-- 40
StL Justin Cabansag 18 run (kick failed)StL Kainoa Fernandez 85 punt return (Michael Houar kick)
StL Fernandez 31 pass from Bobby George (Houar kick)
StL Jason Rivers 79 pass from George (Houar kick)
SC Craig Miller 17 pass from Beau Budde (Chris Miller kick)
StL Pono Vierra 27 blocked punt return (kick failed)
StL Jonah Lakatani 41 interception return (Houar kick)
Rushing -- San Clemente: Jeff Moore 10-32, Eddie Madrid 8-66, Cheyne Verhagen 4-35, Budde 6-(-25), David O'Neill 1-4, Devin Elliott 3-1, Team 1-(-2); St. Louis: George 2-1, Prince Brown 6-54, Cabansag 6-46, Ross Dickerson 1-(-2), BJ Batts 3-9, Chris Sokugawa 2-(-13), Team 2-(-16).
Passing San Clemente: Budde 12-39-1-279; St. Louis: George 8-12-0-214, Sokugawa 3-5-0-38.
Receiving San Clemente: Chris Miller 9-159, Moore 1-6, Madrid 3-49, Mike Pearson 4-29, Brad Hewitt 2-37, Craig Miller 1-17, Verhagen 1-2. St. Louis: R. Dickerson 4-49, Keahua Bowman 1-18, Fernandez 1-31, Rivers 2-116, Todd Dickerson 2-31, Sam Kaneshiro 1-7.
Hawaii Prep 14, Kauai 0
At Vidinha Stadium, Kauai
HPA (1-0) 0 7 7 0-- 14 Kauai (1-1) 0 0 0 7-- 7
HPA Bully Fergerstrom 25 pass from Patrick Blasdell (Wildes Brawner kick)
HPA Scott Paulson 29 pass from Blasdell (Brawner kick)Kau Rejis Canales 24 pass from Kekoa Crowell (Raym Jerves kick)
Individual statistics were not available.
OIA REDCastle 35, Mililani 28
At Castle H.S. Field
Mililani (0-1, 1-1) 7 14 0 7-- 28 Castle (1-0, 1-1) 7 0 0 28-- 35
Cas Ikaika Ho 40 pass from Joel Botelho (Miranda kick)
Mil Trey Brown 62 pass from Mana Au (Brown kick)
Mil Jose Santos 48 pass from Au (Brown kick)
Mil Kepa Morris 3 run (Brown kick)
Cas Ola Keliiholokai 4 run (Kawika Sebay kick)
Mil Morris 8 pass from Au (Brown kick)
Cas Keliiholokai 2 run (kick failed)
Cas Treston Kaneao 26 pass from Botelho ( Keliiholokai run)
Cas Botelho 8 run (Miranda kick)
RUSHING Mililani: Morris 11-47, Au 4-44, Thompson Ah Loo 11-41, Billy Barbour 7-26, Santos 2-20, Peter Raneses 2-2. Castle: Botelho 16-63, Keliiholokai 12-45.
PASSING Mililani: Au 7-19-0-165, Brown 0-1-0, Morris 0-1-0, Santos 0-1-0. Castle: Botelho 15-40-2-286.
RECEIVING Mililani: Brown 2-90, Santos 2-65, Kaipo Patoc 1-4, Kris Souza 1-3, Barbour 1-3. Castle: Ho 5-110, Miranda 2-64, Kaneao 3-58, Jared Suzui 3-44, Loren Lum 2-10.
Junior varsity Mililani 30, Castle 6
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