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By Star-Bulletin Staff

Saturday, August 30, 2003


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Today

FOOTBALL
College: Hawaii vs. Appalachian State, 6:05 p.m., Aloha Stadium.
MIL: Maui vs. Pac-Three, 7:30 p.m., War Memorial Stadium.
OIA: Waipahu vs. Farrington at Roosevelt, Pearl City vs. Kaimuki at Kaiser, Aiea vs. Kalaheo at Kailua, Leilehua vs. McKinley at Moanalua, 25 minutes after end of 4 p.m. JV game.
Prep preseason: Iolani at Hawaii Prep, 2 p.m.
GOLF
Barbers Point Invitational: Second round, Barbers Point Course.
PADDLING
Queen Liliuokalani: 8:30 a.m., Kailua-Kona.
RUNNING
Tantalus Trek & Triple Trek: 10 miles and 50-kilometers, 6:30 a.m., Hawaii Nature Center.
SOCCER
Ohana Hotels and Resorts No Kai Oi Tournament: Arizona State vs. Bowling Green, 7 p.m., Waipio Peninsula Soccer Park Stadium.
SWIMMING
Maui Channel: 10-mile relay, 8 a.m., Lanai to Maui.
VOLLEYBALL
Hawaiian Airlines Wahine Volleyball Classic: Minnesota vs. Louisville, 1 p.m., Stan Sheriff Center.
KTA/Bank of Hawaii Hawaiian Style Classic: Hawaii Pacific vs. Northwest Nazarene (Idaho), Southwest Minnesota vs. Briar Cliff (Iowa), 10 a.m.; Hawaii-Hilo vs. Northern Colorado, noon; Northwest Nazarene vs. Briar Cliff, 3 p.m.; Hawaii-Hilo vs. Seattle, 7:30 p.m., UHH Gym.
St. Louis Crusader 1st Annual Tapa Classic: With Campbell, Christian Academy, Farrington, Hawaii Baptist, Academy, Lutheran, Maryknoll, McKinley, Mililani, Nanakuli, Roosevelt and St. Louis, 10 a.m., McCabe Gym.
Stamp Out Drugs Preseason Girls Tournament: With Kalani, Kapolei, Kaiser, Campbell, University, Hawaii Baptist and Punahou, 9 a.m., Kalani H.S. gym.



Tomorrow

GOLF
Barbers Point Invitational: Final round, Barbers Point Course.
PADDLING
Iz Kamakawiwoole Race: 8:30 a.m., Haleiwa to Pokai Bay.
Queen Liliuokalani: 8:30 a.m., Kailua-Kona.
POLO
Honolulu Polo Club: Gates open, 1 p.m.; Match starts, 2:30 p.m., Waimanalo.
RUNNING
Dolphin Dash: 5K and 10K, 8 a.m., Hilton Waikoloa.
SOCCER
Ohana Hotels and Resorts No Kai Oi Tournament: Hawaii vs. Bowling, 5 p.m., Waipio Peninsula Soccer Park Stadium.
VOLLEYBALL
Hawaiian Airlines Wahine Volleyball Classic: Minnesota vs. UCLA, 3 p.m., Hawaii vs. Louisville, 5 p.m., Stan Sheriff Center.
KTA/Bank of Hawaii Hawaiian Style Classic: Hawaii Pacific and Hawaii-Hilo in bracket play, 7:30 p.m., UHH Gym.
St. Louis Crusader 1st Annual Tapa Classic: With Campbell, Christian Academy, Farrington, Hawaii Baptist, Academy, Lutheran, Maryknoll, McKinley, Mililani, Nanakuli, Roosevelt and St. Louis, 10 a.m., Championship final 4 p.m., McCabe Gym.



VOLLEYBALL

KTA/Bank of Hawaii Hawaiian Style Classic

At U.H.-Hilo Gym
Hawaii Pacific def. Seattle 28-30, 31-29, 30-21, 30-27.
Northern Colorado def. Briar Cliff (Iowa) 30-15, 30-23, 30-23.
Hawaii-Hilo def. NW Nazarene (Idaho) 23-30, 30-24, 30-25, 31-29.
Hawaii Pacific def. Northern Colorado 30-27, 30-21, 27-30, 17-30, 15-9.
SW Minnesota St. def. NW Nazarene 30-23, 31-29, 30-32, 28-30, 15-12.
Seattle def. Briar Cliff 30-15, 30-18, 20-30, 30-17



Cal Poly Pomona Invitational

Findlay def. Chaminade 30-18, 27-30, 23-30, 33-35.
Chaminade def. Cal Poly Pomona 30-26, 30-21, 24-30, 18-30, 15-13.



GOLF

Deutsche Bank Championship

At Norton, Ma.
Purse: $5 million
First round, par-71
Justin Rose 31-32 -- 63
Cliff Kresge 32-33 -- 65
Vijay Singh 33-32 -- 65
Brent Schwarzrock 34-32 -- 66
Pat Bates 33-33 -- 66
Steve Flesch 33-33 -- 66
Arron Oberholser 32-34 -- 66
Tim Petrovic 34-32 -- 66
Garrett Willis 34-32 -- 66
Brian Henninger 34-33 -- 67
Darren Clarke 33-34 -- 67
Phillip Price 36-31 -- 67
Tim Herron 34-33 -- 67
Heath Slocum 33-34 -- 67
Rocco Mediate 34-33 -- 67
K.J. Choi 32-35 -- 67
Billy Mayfair 34-34 -- 68
Kent Jones 36-32 -- 68
Geoff Ogilvy 33-35 -- 68
Glen Day 33-35 -- 68
Carl Paulson 34-34 -- 68
Brian Bateman 35-33 -- 68
David Frost 36-33 -- 69
Glen Hnatiuk 37-32 -- 69
Doug Barron 35-34 -- 69
Corey Pavin 34-35 -- 69
Paul Azinger 35-34 -- 69
Jim Carter 35-34 -- 69
Adam Scott 35-34 -- 69
Greg Norman 37-32 -- 69
Skip Kendall 37-33 -- 70
Tiger Woods 35-35 -- 70
Billy Andrade 36-34 -- 70
Rod Pampling 35-35 -- 70
Tom Gillis 33-37 -- 70
Olin Browne 34-36 -- 70
Lee Janzen 34-36 -- 70
Frank Lickliter II 36-34 -- 70
Jonathan Byrd 33-37 -- 70
Shigeki Maruyama 34-36 -- 70
Robert Damron 37-33 -- 70
Peter Lonard 36-34 -- 70
Dean Wilson 36-34 -- 70
Andrew Magee 37-33 -- 70
John Maginnes 35-36 -- 71
Jeff Maggert 37-34 -- 71
Mark Wilson 35-36 -- 71
Jonathan Kaye 34-37 -- 71
Chris Smith 37-34 -- 71
Joel Edwards 37-34 -- 71
Jeff Sluman 33-38 -- 71
Deane Pappas 35-36 -- 71
Craig Perks 38-33 -- 71
Richard S. Johnson 35-36 -- 71
Kenichi Kuboya 35-36 -- 71
Darron Stiles 36-35 -- 71
Mike Grob 36-35 -- 71
Jason Gore 36-35 -- 71
Fred Sutton 37-34 -- 71
Neal Lancaster 35-36 -- 71
Briny Baird 36-35 -- 71
Joe Durant 37-34 -- 71
Carl Pettersson 36-35 -- 71
Tim Clark 38-33 -- 71
Todd Fischer 36-36 -- 72
Michael Clark II 36-36 -- 72
Jesper Parnevik 34-38 -- 72
Jay Williamson 35-37 -- 72
David Peoples 38-34 -- 72
Tom Byrum 37-35 -- 72
Jason Caron 35-37 -- 72
Chris Anderson 37-35 -- 72
Mike Capone 37-35 -- 72
Stewart Cink 36-36 -- 72
Joey Sindelar 36-36 -- 72
Harrison Frazar 37-35 -- 72
Ian Leggatt 37-35 -- 72
Matt Kuchar 38-34 -- 72
Mike Heinen 36-36 -- 72
Cameron Yancey 38-34 -- 72
Paul Gow 38-35 -- 73
Luke Donald 36-37 -- 73
Len Mattiace 36-37 -- 73
Scott Hoch 36-37 -- 73
Dan Forsman 36-37 -- 73
Guy Boros 38-35 -- 73
Patrick Sheehan 36-37 -- 73
Jeff Gallagher 36-37 -- 73
Mike Sposa 38-35 -- 73
Stephen Ames 35-38 -- 73
Tom Pernice, Jr. 37-36 -- 73
Thomas Levet 38-35 -- 73
Hidemichi Tanaka 35-38 -- 73
Jason Buha 36-37 -- 73
Akio Sadakata 36-37 -- 73
Hank Kuehne 38-35 -- 73




State Farm Classic

At Springfield, Ill.
Second round, par-72
Candie Kung 64-67 -- 131
Jennifer Rosales 68-67 -- 135
Hee-Won Han 66-69 -- 135
Rosie Jones 71-65 -- 136
Jenna Daniels 68-68 -- 136
Laura Davies 70-67 -- 137
Eva Dahllof 68-69 -- 137
Pat Hurst 67-70 -- 137
Becky Morgan 71-67 -- 138
Karen Stupples 69-69 -- 138
Jackie Gallagher-Smith 69-69 -- 138
Leslie Spalding 67-71 -- 138
Katherine Hull 70-69 -- 139
Natalie Gulbis 70-69 -- 139
Se Ri Pak 70-69 -- 139
Grace Park 70-69 -- 139
Kim Williams 70-69 -- 139
Dorothy Delasin 69-70 -- 139
Kathryn Marshall 68-71 -- 139
Tammie Green 67-72 -- 139
Michelle McGann 67-72 -- 139
Donna Andrews 72-68 -- 140
Emilee Klein 72-68 -- 140
Gloria Park 72-68 -- 140
Cristie Kerr 72-68 -- 140
Kate Golden 72-68 -- 140
Karen Pearce 72-68 -- 140
Marilyn Lovander 72-68 -- 140
Marcy Hart 71-69 -- 140
Moira Dunn 71-69 -- 140
Joanne Mills 71-69 -- 140
Nancy Harvey 70-70 -- 140
Penny Hammel 69-71 -- 140
Marisa Baena 68-72 -- 140
Jung Yeon Lee 77-64 -- 141
Jamie Hullett 72-69 -- 141
Sherri Turner 71-70 -- 141
Kim Saiki 71-70 -- 141
Audra Burks 71-70 -- 141
A.J. Eathorne 70-71 -- 141
Denise Killeen 70-71 -- 141
Loraine Lambert 70-71 -- 141
Pamela Kerrigan 69-72 -- 141
Young Kim 69-72 -- 141
Betsy King 69-72 -- 141
Mardi Lunn 69-72 -- 141
Kristi Albers 67-74 -- 141
Laurel Kean 74-68 -- 142
Minny Yeo 74-68 -- 142
Julie Piers 74-68 -- 142
Ashli Bunch 74-68 -- 142
Charlotta Sorenstam 73-69 -- 142
Liselotte Neumann 73-69 -- 142
Jill McGill 72-70 -- 142
Catriona Matthew 72-70 -- 142
Anna Acker-Macosko 72-70 -- 142
Mi-Hyun Kim 72-70 -- 142
Michelle Bell 72-70 -- 142
Clarissa Childs 72-70 -- 142
Lorie Kane 70-72 -- 142
Danielle Ammaccapane 70-72 -- 142
Suzann Pettersen 70-72 -- 142
Beth Bader 70-72 -- 142
Maria Hjorth 76-67 -- 143
Johanna Head 75-68 -- 143
Leta Lindley 75-68 -- 143
Heather Daly-Donofrio 73-70 -- 143
Terry-Jo Myers 72-71 -- 143
Tracy Hanson 72-71 -- 143
Lisa Kiggens 72-71 -- 143
Georgina Simpson 72-71 -- 143
Jen Hanna 71-72 -- 143
Chris Johnson 69-74 -- 143
Diane Irvin 69-74 -- 143




Jeld-Wen Tradition

At Portland, Ore.
Second round, par-72
Tom Watson 68-62 -- 130
Jim Ahern 66-68 -- 134
Hale Irwin 67-67 -- 134
Fuzzy Zoeller 66-70 -- 136
Tom Kite 68-68 -- 136
Morris Hatalsky 68-68 -- 136
Graham Marsh 67-70 -- 137
Jim Thorpe 69-68 -- 137
Mike McCullough 69-69 -- 138
Dave Barr 69-69 -- 138
Vicente Fernandez 70-68 -- 138
Bruce Fleisher 68-70 -- 138
D.A. Weibring 70-68 -- 138
Des Smyth 69-70 -- 139
Wayne Levi 68-71 -- 139
Jack Nicklaus 72-67 -- 139
Bob Gilder 70-69 -- 139
Gil Morgan 69-70 -- 139
Allen Doyle 72-67 -- 139
Lanny Wadkins 72-67 -- 139
Larry Nelson 69-71 -- 140
Walter Hall 73-67 -- 140
Bruce Lietzke 71-69 -- 140
John Harris 70-70 -- 140
Bruce Summerhays 73-68 -- 141
David Eger 68-73 -- 141
Dale Douglass 70-71 -- 141
Hugh Baiocchi 72-69 -- 141
Ted Goin 71-70 -- 141
Ed Fiori 73-68 -- 141
Craig Stadler 71-70 -- 141
Mike Smith 69-72 -- 141
Bob Eastwood 69-73 -- 142
Dave Eichelberger 72-70 -- 142
Tom Jenkins 73-69 -- 142
Leonard Thompson 72-70 -- 142
Stewart Ginn 71-71 -- 142
Doug Tewell 71-71 -- 142
Jay Sigel 71-71 -- 142
Bobby Walzel 75-67 -- 142
Bill Rogers 73-70 -- 143
Kermit Zarley 69-74 -- 143
Bobby Wadkins 69-74 -- 143
Jim Colbert 70-73 -- 143
Dick Mast 72-71 -- 143
Joe Inman 73-71 -- 144
James Mason 74-70 -- 144
Tom Purtzer 71-73 -- 144
Don Pooley 73-71 -- 144
Jim Albus 73-71 -- 144
Eamonn Darcy 71-73 -- 144
Dana Quigley 74-71 -- 145
Mark McCumber 71-74 -- 145
Pat McDonald 75-70 -- 145
John Bland 76-69 -- 145
Ben Crenshaw 73-72 -- 145
Isao Aoki 70-75 -- 145
Rodger Davis 72-73 -- 145
Charles Coody 74-71 -- 145
Also
Steven Veriato 74-72 -- 146



Calgary Classic

At Cochrane, Alberta
Second round, par-70
Bobby Kalinowski 68-63 -- 131
Jeev M. Singh 65-68 -- 133
Mike Standly 65-68 -- 133
David Branshaw 67-67 -- 134
Rick Price 66-68 -- 134
Tommy Tolles 67-67 -- 134
John Morse 70-64 -- 134
Jason Dufner 70-64 -- 134
Jeff Freeman 69-66 -- 135
Iain Steel 68-67 -- 135
Scott Gutschewski 67-68 -- 135
Wes Martin 68-67 -- 135
Mario Tiziani 68-67 -- 135
D.A. Points 69-66 -- 135
Daniel Chopra 66-69 -- 135
Blaine McCallister 69-66 -- 135
Wes Heffernan 68-67 -- 135
Also
Keoke Cotner 72-66 -- 138




BMW Open

At Nord-Eichenried, Germany
Second round, par-72
Robert Karlsson 65-64 -- 129
Raphael Jacquelin 62-69 -- 131
Peter Hedblom 66-66 -- 132
Gary Emerson 64-68 -- 132
Lee Westwood 65-68 -- 133
Stephen Gallacher 67-66 -- 133
Paul Casey 65-69 -- 134
Charl Schwartzel 70-64 -- 134
Gary Evans 66-68 -- 134
Thomas Bjorn 64-70 -- 134
Marcel Siem 64-70 -- 134
Jose Manuel Lara 68-66 -- 134



Barbers Point Invitational

At Barbers Point Golf Course
Round 1
Championship Flight
1. Matthew Ma, 68. T2. Brandan Kop, Joe Phengsavath, Michael Withrow, 70. 5. Norman-Ganin Asao, 71. T6. Kramer Aoki, Carl Ho, Blaine Kimura, 72. T9. Duane Pavao, Sam Rodriguez III, Randy Shibuya, 73.
Senior Flight
T1. Roy Nishimoto, Robert Ota, 74. T3. Wendell Kop, Mervin Matsumoto, Russ McGarry, 75.
A-Flight
1. Michael Alexander, 72. T2. Glenn Hashimoto, Glaydon Osborn, Christopher Tanabe, 73.
B-Flight
T1. Daryn Ota, Emil Sarono, 77. 3. Dean Park, 78.



FOOTBALL

OIA Standings

Red East

Conference Overall

W L W L
Kahuku 1 0 2 0
Kailua 1 0 2 0
Farrington 0 0 0 1
Kaimuki 0 0 0 1
McKinley 0 0 1 0
Castle 0 1 1 1
Roosevelt 0 1 1 1

Red West

Conference Overall

W L W L
Mililani 1 0 2 0
Nanakuli 1 0 2 0
Pearl City 0 0 1 0
Leilehua 0 0 1 0
Waipahu 0 0 0 1
Campbell 0 1 0 2
Waianae 0 1 0 2

White

Conference Overall

W L W L
Kaiser 1 0 1 1
Kapolei 1 0 2 0
Radford 1 0 1 1
Aiea 0 0 0 1
Kalaheo 0 0 0 1
Kalani 0 1 0 1
Moanalua 0 1 0 2
Waialua 0 1 0 2




Schedule

YESTERDAY

OIA Red
Mililani 38, Castle 14
Kahuku 36, Waianae 0
Kailua 47, Campbell 8
Nanakuli 27, Roosevelt 6
OIA White
Kaiser 31, Moanalua 3
Kapolei 60, Kalani 0
Radford 10, Waialua 6
MIL
Baldwin 42, Lahainaluna 0
Nonleague
King Kekaulike 27, Honokaa 7

TODAY

All games start at 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted
OIA Red
Farrington vs. Waipahu, at Roosevelt field, 6:30 p.m.
Kaimuki vs. Pearl City, at Kaiser Stadium, 6:30 p.m.
McKinley vs. Leilehua, at Moanalua field, 6:30 p.m.
OIA White
Kalaheo vs. Aiea, at Kailua field, 6:30 p.m.
MIL
Maui vs. Pac-Three, at War Memorial Stadium
Nonleague
Iolani at Hawaii Prep, 2 p.m.
Kamehameha vs. Kapaa, at Vidinha Stadium



Yesterday's results

Radford 10, Waialua 6
Jason Opetaia recovered a fumble in the end zone with 7:39 left to give the Rams their only touchdown in a win over the Bulldogs.
The Bulldogs refused to give up though, responding to the bad break by driving down the field and handing the ball to Justin Barit from a yard out with less than two minutes remaining. The plunge ended Radford's shutout and cut the margin to four points.
Radford's Sunny Belcher dashed Waialua's hopes on the next play after a failed extra point, though, pouncing on an onside kick.
At Radford H.S. Field
Waialua (0-1, 0-2) 0 0 0 6 -- 6
Radford (1-0, 1-1) 3 0 0 7 -- 10
Rad -- FG Eric Vengler 27
Rad -- Jason Opetaia fumble recovery in end zone (Vengler kick)
Wail -- Justin Barit 1 run (kick failed)
RUSHING -- Waialua: Kala Labro 5-5, Shaun Kim 9-50, Glen Rubio 3-4, Kelson Silva 8-16, Justin Barit 2-6, Jerold McNulty 2-2. Radford: Stephen Baughn 8-35, James Armstrong 7-36, Roderick Price 10-57, Lincoln Kakiva 1-0 .
PASSING -- Waialua: Labro 4-11-2-67, McNulty 3-6-0-45. Radford: Baughn 9-21-1-92 .
RECEIVING -- Waialua: Rubio 1-10, Kim 2-26, Chris Ballesteros 1-31, Silva 1-5, Daniel Maestas 2-40. Radford: Roscoe Pagurigan 1-40, Vengler 2-21, Raymond Burciager 2-9, Armstrong 2-8, Sunny Belcher 2-14 .
Junior varsity -- Radford 14, Waialua 0



Kapolei 60, Kalani 0
Led by running back John Dela Rama, the Hurricanes scored on seven of their first eight possesions and never looked back in routing the Kalani Falcons at Leilehua field.
After Gilbert Brown opened the scoring for the Hurricanes with an 11-yard touchdown run on Kapolei's first possession, Dela Rama took it from there, scoring four touchdowns on runs of 64, 5, 14 and 41 yards en route to a 10-carry, 214-yard performance. Kerisiano Tuaniga, who kicked seven extra points, capped the Hurricane scoring with a 37-yard run late in the third quarter.
At Leilehua H.S. Field
Kapolei (1-0, 2-0) 14 35 11 0 -- 60
Kalani (0-1, 0-1) 0 0 0 0 -- 0
Kapo -- Gilbert Brown 11 run (Kerisiano Tuaniga kick)
Kapo -- John Dela Rama 64 run (Tuaniga kick)
Kapo -- Colin Dumlao 15 pass from Jon Medeiros (Tuaniga kick)
Kapo -- Dela Rama 5 run (Tuaniga kick)
Kapo -- Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada 10 pass from Medeiros (Tuaniga kick)
Kapo -- Jon Santiago 16 pass from Medeiros (Tuaniga kick)
Kapo -- Dela Rama 14 run (kick blocked)
Kapo -- Roland Mason safety
Kapo -- Dela Rama 41 run (Tuaniga kick)
Kapo -- Tuaniga 37 yard kick
RUSHING -- Kapolei: Dela Rama 10-214, Gilbert Brown 9-77, John Medeiros 1-12, Alex Abregana 1-10, Kyle Albano 1-10. Kalani: James Miyashiro 8-34, Preston Pires 4-(-29).
PASSING -- Kapolei: Medeiros 10-17-0-201, Stephen Travis, 3-3-0-11. Kalani: Pires 11-22-2-33.
RECEIVING -- Kapolei: Kaheaku-Enhada 3-79, Charles Recamara 1-46, Keanui Carmack-McKeague 1-16, John Santiago 1-16, Colim Dumlao 1-15, Albano 1-10, Dominic Seronio 1-10, Stephen Travis 1-8, Jimmy Stevens 1-8, Lokahi Olayan 2-4. Kalani: Derin Goya 1-1, Jared Viseria 6-30, Blane Tanabe 2-2, Brandon Liao 2-(-6).
Junior varsity -- Kapolei 61, Kalani 6.



Nanakuli 27, Roosevelt 6
Kyle Beck and Alex Maiava combined for 159 yards rushing and three touchdowns to lead the Golden Hawks over the Rough Riders.
Maiava opened the scoring for the Golden Hawks with a 59-yard touchdown run midway through the first quarter. Not to be outdone, Beck came back with touchdown runs of 25 and 20 yards to put Nanakuli up 27-0 early in the third quarter.
With the lead, the Golden Hawks defense took over, intercepting five passes and only allowing a late Kevin Fujii 3-yard run to cap the scoring.
At Roosevelt H.S. Field
Nanakuli (1-0, 2-0) 14 6 7 0 -- 27
Roosevelt (0-1, 1-1) 0 0 0 6 -- 6
Nan -- Alex Maiava 59 run (Maiava run)
Nan -- John Henry Palakiko 80 pass from Jaycee Alapai (pass failed)
Nan -- Kyle Beck 25 run (run failed)
Nan -- Beck 20 run (Maiava kick)
Roos -- Kevin Fujii 3 run (run failed)
RUSHING -- Nanakuli: Beck 18-93, Albert Distajo 10-38, Maiava 6-69, Donald Fisher 3-7, Alapai 6-(-10). Roosevelt: La'akea Moikeha 12-0, Makaea Salis 7-21, Fujii 4-27.
PASSING -- Nanakuli: Distajo 0-2-0-0, Alapai 3-5-0-95. Roosevelt: Moikeha 11-29-5-69.
RECEIVING -- Nanakuli: Palakiko 1-80, Beck 1-11, Cyrus Manuwai 1-4. Roosevelt: Kawakami 2-2, Keenan Goo 3-21, Fujii 1-9, Del Onaga 2-13, Salis 2-11, Ricky Eusebio 1-13.
Junior varsity -- Nanakuli 22, Roosevelt 7.



Kailua 47, Campbell 8
Kekoa Sua ran over the Sabers to give the Surfriders a perfect start to their season.
Sua started the scoring with an 18-yard run then outdid himself on the next drive, sprinting 89 yards for another score. Dylan Linker got into the act for Kailua's third score of the opening quarter, hitting Kelroy Kohatsu from 31 yards out.
Sua finished with 267 yards on 15 carries while the Kailua defense held Campbell to 78 yards on the ground and only 34 yards passing.
At Kailua H.S. Field
Campbell (0-1, 0-2) 0 0 0 8 -- 8
Kailua (1-0, 2-0) 19 14 7 7 -- 47
Kailua -- Kekoa Sua 18 run (Mike Sakaba kick failed)
Kail -- Sua 89 yard run (pass failed)
Kail -- Dylan Linker 31 pass from Kelroy Kohatsu (Sakaba kick)
Kail -- Sua 1 run (Sakaba kick)
Kail -- Michael Kealoha 57 kickoff return (Sakaba kick)
Kail -- Sua 66 run (Sakaba kick)
Campbell -- Isaac Laupola 10 run (pass good)
Kail -- Paki Nakamura 8 pass from Brian Jacobsen (Sakaba kick)
RUSHING -- Campbell: Anthony Shimizu 4-13, Isaac Laupola 3-51, Brandon Taniqawa 2-(-10), Ian Pantorilla 1-6, Jorden Cadelinia 2-2, Christopher Daniels 1-11, Russell Valdez 2-5. Kailua: Sua 15-267, Sione Tuifua1-2, Kealoha 1-5, Kohatsu 1-(-8), Dylan Linker 1-1, Donovan Ho 3-11, Aaron Kunioka 4-8, Jacobsen 1-(-7).
PASSING -- Campbell: Brandon Tanigawa 4-11-1-34, Isaac Laupola 0-1-0-0. Kailua: Kohatsu 5-10-0-64, Jacobsen 2-4 -0-38.
RECEIVING -- Campbell: James Bannister 3-20, Isaac Laupola 1-14. Kailua: Jeremy Wicker 2-17, Linker 2-38, Sua 1-9, Aaron Sylva 1-30, Nakamura 1-8.
Junior varsity -- Campbell 28, Kailua 14


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