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ILH

Kamehameha avoids
letdown against Iolani


ILH Standings
Waianae clinches West title
Late touchdown lifts Maui past St. Anthony


By Jason Kaneshiro
jkaneshiro@starbulletin.com

Kamehameha cleared a potentially dangerous hurdle in its run for the Interscholastic League of Honolulu football title with a convincing 28-0 win over Iolani last night at Aloha Stadium.

The Warriors (4-0 ILH, 8-0 overall) controlled all three phases of the game to hand the Raiders (3-1, 5-2) their first loss in league play.

Four different ball carriers rushed for touchdowns for the Warriors and the defense kept Iolani running back Raynold Stowers, the ILH's leading rusher, wrapped up for most of the game.

"I thought the defense played a helluva game," Kamehameha coach Kanani Souza said. "You had to do it as a team and that's exactly what we did."

The Warriors dominated both sides of the line of scrimmage as the defensive front disrupted the Raiders' offense. The offensive line cleared the way for Kamehameha backs to pick up 213 rushing yards.

The Warriors held Stowers, who averaged 196 yards in Iolani's first three ILH games, to 58 yards. The junior carried the ball just four times for 8 yards after halftime.

"The first half we had them on the move a little and the second half they just manhandled us," Iolani coach Wendell Look said. "They dominated us at the line and we couldn't get anything going."

Stowers picked up 50 yards on six first-half carries, but the Kamehameha defense allowed Iolani to get no farther than the Warriors' 40-yard line in the first 24 minutes and kept the Raiders on their side of the field nearly the entire second half.

"We knew what they were doing and they have some good athletes like Stowers ... (but) the coaches prepared us really well," Kamehameha defensive lineman Karl Noa said.

Iolani moved the ball effectively at times in the first half, but couldn't sustain any drives as Kamehameha broke out to a 14-0 halftime lead.

Caleb Spencer set up Kamehameha's first touchdown, weaving though the Iolani defense for a 39-yard scamper down to the Raiders' 1. Travis Beyer scored on the next play.

"You can't give a team like that that many opportunities," Look said. "We just left the defense on the field too long."

At Aloha Stadium

Kamehameha (4-0, 8-0) 7 7 7 7 -- 28

Iolani (3-1, 5-2) 0 0 0 0 -- 0

Kam --Travis Beyer 1 run (Kepa Gaison kick)
Kam --Keoni Ruth 3 run (Gaison kick)
Kam --Sy Cullen 17 run (Gaison kick)
Kam --Caleb Spencer 1 run (Gaison kick)

RUSHING -- Kamehameha: Beyer 10-58, Spencer 11-76, Josh Vierra 1-3, Ruth 1-3, Cullen 12-49, Nikolas Soo 1-5, Samson Castillo 3-4, Chase Kaanoi 3-15, Kawai Akina 2-3, Adam Picadura 1-(-1), Brenden Uyehara 1-1. Iolani: Raynold Stowers 10-58, Robert Mageo 11-(-8), Kelly Teramoto 4-21.

PASSING -- Kamehameha: Spencer 9-21-0-115, Akina 1-3-0-9. Iolani: Mageo 16-35-3-110.

RECEIVING -- Kamehameha: Ruth 2-22, Waika Spencer 1-8, Vierra 3-43, Beyer 2-32, Kahe Santos 1-10, James Hardy 1-9. Iolani: Karl Motoyama 4-18, Tony Suetsugu 6-54, Stowers 3-6, Paul Bennett 1-9, Matt Choy 1-14, Lee Korenaga 1-9.

Att: 3,810

Punahou 24, Pac-Five 7: The Buffanblu played keep-away for three quarters to take a 17-0 lead and earn their first ILH win of the season.

Punahou ran 54 plays after three quarters while the Pac-Five offense had the ball for just 24 plays.

At Aloha Stadium

Punahou (1-3, 4-3) 3 7 7 7 -- 24

Pac-Five (1-3, 1-5) 0 0 0 7 -- 7

Pun -- Tamatoa Hackney FG 38
Pun -- Drew Monahan 4 run (Hackney kick)
Pun -- Stan Fisher 12 pass from Drew Monahan (Hackney kick)
Pac -- McShane Dator 2 run (Darci Hata kick)
Pun -- Monahan 50 kickoff return (Hackney kick)

RUSHING -- Punahou: Monahan 17-18, Reyn Wicklund 3-2, Hackney 16-78, Jason Sakata 1-(-4), Royce Bowman 1-4. Pac-Five: Gyles Lawrence 3-1, Andrew Rutherford 2-5, Dator 8-13, Shane Lawrence 1-1, Travis Tyler 1-0, Ryan Urabe 1-(-5), Ryan Leong 4-18, Ryan Urabe 1-(-5).

PASSING -- Punahou: Monahan 17-24-1-191, Kevin Cronin 2-6-0-6. Pac-Five: Dator 9-27-4-124.

RECEIVING -- Punahou: Wicklund 3-14, Fisher 5-61, Christopher Duncan 5-87, Cameron Grace 1-14, Chad Tamashiro 2-12, Hackney 1-3, Sakata 1-3, Mitchell Wong 1-3. Pac-Five: Leong 1-(-2), Tyler 3-30, Paul Kaohu-Nishimura 2-43, Rutherford 1-20, Cody Walker 1-10, Brent Umehira 1-23.

St. Louis 35 Damien 0: The Crusaders scored on five of their first six possessions and held the Monarchs to 4 yards of total offense.

St. Louis' Wilson Afoa and Tolifili Liufau combined for 11 tackles, four hurries, three knockdowns, two sacks and forced one fumble.

At Kunuiakea Stadium

Damien 0 0 0 0 -- 0

St. Louis 14 21 0 0 -- 35

StL -- B.J. Batts 4 run (Kaeo Adams kick)
StL -- Batts 7 run (Adams kick)
StL -- George 1 run (Adams kick)
StL -- Jon Amano 17 pass Bobby George (Adams kick)
StL -- Justin Cabansag 1 run (C.J. Santiago kick)

RUSHING -- Damien: Cory Mullen 17-27, Tevita Williams 6-(-23), Ranson Decosta 5-22, Fehi Sevelo 3-(-5), Fuavaa Faualo 2-1, Team 1-(-21). St. Louis: George 1-1, Batts, 8-58, Cabansag 3-5, Derrick Hohu 2-10, Stanley Nihipali 1-17, Kealii Perbera 1-(-10).

PASSING -- Damien: Williams 3-6-1-3, Zachary Shimizu 0-2-1-0. St. Louis: George 7-10-0-101, Nihipali 1-4-0-7, Perbera 1-4-0-14.

RECEIVING -- Damien: Micah Komine 1-1, Andrew Canoy 1-1, Faualo 1-1. St. Louis: Shawn Kauleinamoku 1-9, Shane Butcher 3-57, Jon Amano 2-22, John Gentry 1-13, Robert Patrocino 1-7, Donald Fialkowski 1-14.


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STANDINGS

DIVISION I W L T PF PA

Kamehameha 4 0 0 160 40

St.Louis 3 1 0 131 50

Punahou 1 3 0 40 133

DIVISION II W L T PF PA

Iolani 3 1 0 86 69

Pac-Five 1 3 0 89 101

Damien 0 4 0 20 133



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