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Saturday, September 14, 2002


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OIA RED WEST

Sabers go airborne
to beat Radford

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By Nick Abramo
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Campbell proved it isn't one-dimensional.

Hard-charging running back Mapa Malupo had more than 100 yards once again, but this time the Sabers showed a finely tuned passing attack in whipping Radford 53-6 in an Oahu Interscholastic Association Red Division game last night at Velasco Stadium.

Malupo, whose forte is gunning through the middle, hit holes from one end of the line to the other in piling up 128 yards on 14 carries. He ran for 160 yards in Campbell's victory last week over Waipahu.

Shauncey-Blaine Saito contributed in the running and receiving mix, slicing his way for four touchdowns, including three on the ground and one through the air. He finished with 132 yards rushing on 11 carries.

Radford coach Kelly Sur said his team was physically beaten at the line of scrimmage.

"Campbell is a legitimate Red Division contender," Sur added. "We scouted them well and we thought that coming in."

Jonah Canionero guided the Campbell attack, hooking up with Alii Basham eight times for 100 yards and a touchdown.

The Sabers had their hands full covering 6-foot-5, 215-pound wideout Samuela Manoa, but they still held him to just one score. He caught five Stephen Baughn passes for 59 yards.

Campbell ruled the turnover wars 4-2, including an interception by Isaac Laupola, who was assigned to cover Manoa one-on-one. David Vaikune, Kealii Basham and Keith Gardner, who had a sack, were other defensive terrors for the Sabers.

"No way did I think we'd win by this much," Sabers coach Tumoana Kenessey said. "They (Radford) beat Mililani, and Mililani is a good team."

Kenessey went to the passing game because Radford was playing nine in the box, and he said "we had to go over the top."

He was extremely happy with the play of his defense, which kept Manoa in check.

"He (Manoa) is their best guy and we played him tough and that was a big key," Kenessey said.

At Radford H.S. Field
Campbell (1-1, 2-1) 12 21 14 6 -- 53

Radford (1-2, 1-2) 0 6 0 0 -- 6

Cam -- Shauncey-Blaine Saito 10 run (kick failed).
Cam -- Saito 20 pass from Jonah Canionero (pass failed).
Cam -- Mapa Malupo 7 run (Ali'i Basham pass from Canionero).
Cam -- Saito 11 run (run failed).
Cam -- Ronson Correia 13 pass from Canionero (Saito kick).
Rad -- Samuela Manoa 15 pass from Stephen Baughn (kick failed).
Cam -- Malupo 33 pass from Canionero (Saito kick).
Cam -- Saito 33 run (Saito kick).
Cam -- Daniel Stanton 48 run (kick blocked).

RUSHING -- Cam: Saito 11-132, Anthony Dutro 5-77, Malupo 14-128, Stanton 3-60, Canionero 1-(-3), Jordan Cadelina 1-(-1), Kenny Amaral 2-(-4). Rad: James Armstron 4-11, Rodrick Price 4-12, Lino Kakiva 6-41, Adrian Ragadio 5-39, Baughn 2-(-10).

PASSING -- Cam: Canionero 13-18-0-170. Rad: Baughn 10-26-1-112.

RECEIVING -- Cam: Saito 1-20, Basham 8-100, Malupo 1-13, Dutro 1-26, Correia 1-13, Gino Venti 1-(-2). Rad: Manoa 5-59, Chris Thorpe 3-36, Keone Tawata 1-(-2), Raymond Burciaga 1-19.

Junior varsity -- Campbell 36, Radford 22



Leilehua 33, Waipahu 24: The Mules reeled off 26 straight points after trailing 16-7 in the second quarter.

John Sanborn ran for 183 yards on just 13 carries and Justin Raquino scored the go-ahead touchdown with a 30-yard interception return.

Leilehua totaled 309 yards of offense -- all rushing.

Andrew Hale sparked Waipahu with a 90-yard kickoff return and a 91-yard run from scrimmage.

At Leilehua H.S. Field
Waipahu (1-2, 2-2) 10 6 0 8 -- 24

Leilehua (2-1, 3-1) 7 19 0 7 -- 33

Lei -- John Sanborn 40 run (Joshua Perez kick)
Waip -- Andrew Hale 90 kickoff return (Austen Benito kick)
Waip -- FG Bryson Carvalho 30
Waip -- Sandy Bishop 4 run (kick blocked)
Lei -- Blake Furtado 13 run (Perez kick)
Lei -- Justin Raquino 30 interception return (kick failed)
Lei -- Cedric Thomas 28 run (kick failed)
Lei -- Perez 68 run (Perez kick)
Waip -- Andrew Hale 91 run (Travis Atualevao pass from Benito)
Junior varsity -- Leilehua 35, Waipahu 6


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Standings


W L T PF PA

Campbell 2 1 0 98 67

Leilehua 2 1 0 70 50

Mililani 1 1 0 17 21

Waianae 1 1 0 40 37

Radford 1 2 0 33 95

Waipahu 1 2 0 54 68

Aiea 0 1 0 19 41

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