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Kauai quarterback Kekoa Crowell threw a pass to receiver Kevin Cadiente on Friday night in the second quarter.


Kauai wins first
title since 1991


Kauai ended Waimea's long championship football run Friday, but coach Kelii Morgado doesn't want to dwell on the Red Raiders' 28-0 Kauai Interscholastic Federation title-clinching victory over Kapaa too long.

"The whole season has been that way," Morgado said. "For every important win, we've had a bigger win to get the next game. It's been a season of challenges, but we're not done working yet."

The Red Raiders (5-2, 5-0) beat Waimea twice earlier in the season to put themselves in position to clinch Friday. They play the Menehunes one more time in two weeks for a chance to finish undefeated in the league.

"We want to make our homecoming a memorable one, and we want to make a statement and show those who still don't believe that we're KIF champions and that we're supposed to be KIF champions," Kauai quarterback Kekoa Crowell said. "And when we go to the state tournament, we'll be underdogs taken lightly and we'll try to light it up."

Friday's victory ended Waimea's 11-year run as league champion. It was the Red Raiders' first title since 1991.

"Most of the players were anywhere from 4 to 6 years old the last time, so it gives you a sense of just how long it's been," said Morgado, who took over as coach in 1999. "It's pretty exciting around here and everyone is aware of the magnitude of the moment. Every day our coaches run into business leaders in the community, who always have something nice to say about the team."

Crowell said Waimea principal Bill Arakaki congratulated some of the Red Raiders after Friday's win. Arakaki, whose son is Red Raiders starting slotback Justin Arakaki, was Kauai's head coach in that 1991 championship season.

Kauai's first Division I state tournament appearance comes Nov. 21 against the Oahu Interscholastic Association champion at Aloha Stadium. Waimea is Kauai's only Division II school and will host a state semifinal on Nov. 28.

Morgado credited the passing game and team defense in leading the Red Raiders to the title. On offense, they employ the run-and-shoot with a bit more emphasis on running than the University of Hawaii's version.

"These players didn't know what it was like to win and the work ethic that's involved," Morgado said. "There used to be a sea of doubters questioning everything. They wondered why we were passing and thought we should be running. Now, all they want to do is pass. Some of the kids were believers all along because they could see the inadequacies of the coverage. For others, seeing is believing and now no one questions the reasons why we're doing things."

Crowell credited the togetherness of the senior class that has gotten a big boost from a lot of gifted juniors.

"We're all on the same page," he said. "The line is blocking and the receivers know their routes and we've got very good depth at receiver. I believed that we were going to do it; it was time and we took our licks already, but I think the community forgot how it feels when someone else wins."

In Friday's game, Kauai scored all the points it needed in the first quarter to spoil Kapaa's homecoming at Lihue's Vidinha Stadium.

Weston Victorino scored on runs of 52 and 2 yards to put the Warriors away early.

Victorino finished with a team-high 97 yards on 14 attempts.

Crowell tossed a pair of touchdown passes -- a 12-yarder to Garen Itamura in the first quarter and a 27-yarder to Allan Satta.


Joel Pahukula contributed to this report.


Kauai 28, Kapaa 0

Kauai (5-2, 5-0) 21 7 0 0 -- 28
Kapaa (1-6, 0-5) 0 0 0 0 -- 0

Kau--Weston Victorino 52 run (Cody Kimura kick)
Kau--Victorino 2 run (Kimura kick)
Kau--Garen Itamura 12 pass from Kekoa Crowell (Kimura kick)
Kau--Allan Batta 27 pass from Crowell (Kimura kick)
RUSHING--Kauai: Victorino 14-97, Kaupili Akau 3-17, Kevin Cadiente 1-5, Max Hadwin 5-4, Brian Rodriguez 6-4, Crowell 2-1, Angel Yadao 1-(minus-3), Brad Correa 4-(minus-10). Kapaa: Lance Taniguchi 7-46, Kalima Leong 3-31, Devin Machado 5-24, Kalen Lariano 1-20, Bronson Yadao 3-(minus-4), Kai Lopez 2-(minus-7).
PASSING--Kauai: Crowell 9-21-0-117, Hadwin 4-7-0-49. Kapaa: B. Yadao 4-14-2-42, Lopez 2-6-1-41, Leong 2-6-1-12.
RECEIVING--Kauai: Cadiente 4-39, Justin Arakaki 4-37, Itamura 3-38, Satta 1-27, Matt Buza 1-25. Kapaa: Austin Rosa 3-28, Kaulana Kaye 2-37, Devin Machado 2-21, Brian Merkel 1-9.
Junior varsity--Kapaa 7, Kauai 0


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Standings

ILH

Division I
League


Overall
Team W L T PF PA W L T PF PA
Kamehameha 5 0 0 262 64 7 0 0 231 70
Saint Louis 4 1 0 132 55 5 1 0 166 67
Punahou 1 4 0 125 122 4 4 0 191 170
Division II
League


Overall
Team W L T PF PA W L T PF PA
Iolani 2 2 1 60 106 4 4 1 173 155
Damien 1 4 0 77 118 1 5 0 96 155
Pac-Five 0 4 1 48 149 2 4 1 96 178

OIA

Red East
Conference


Overall
Team W L T PF PA W L T PF PA
y-Kahuku 7 0 0 300 43 8 0 0 334 43
x-Kailua 5 1 1 235 115 6 1 1 257 122
x-Farrington 4 2 1 168 149 4 3 1 168 152
x-McKinley 4 3 0 192 119 5 3 0 217 131
Castle 3 4 0 170 151 4 4 0 226 172
Roosevelt 1 6 0 46 236 2 6 0 56 243
Kaimuki 0 7 0 25 300 0 8 0 32 321
Red West
Conference


Overall
Team W L T PF PA W L T PF PA
y-Mililani 7 0 0 206 78 8 0 0 220 85
x-Pearl City 5 2 0 211 124 6 2 0 252 124
x-Nanakuli 4 3 0 87 104 5 3 0 130 139
x-Waianae 3 4 0 152 159 3 5 0 152 180
Leilehua 2 5 0 76 106 3 5 0 98 106
Campbell 2 5 0 108 159 2 6 0 115 169
Waipahu 1 6 0 74 187 1 7 0 85 243
White
Conference


Overall
Team W L T PF PA W L T PF PA
y-Kapolei 7 0 0 276 84 8 0 0 297 84
x-Aiea 6 1 0 229 85 6 2 0 236 99
x-Radford 5 2 0 120 96 5 3 0 120 118
x-Kaiser 4 3 0 167 89 4 4 0 180 123
Kalaheo 3 4 0 172 171 3 5 0 172 212
Moanalua 2 5 0 85 165 2 6 0 97 211
Waialua 1 6 0 104 177 1 7 0 107 196
Kalani 0 7 0 27 313 0 7 0 27 313

y-clinched division title
x-clinched playoff berth

KIF



Conference


Overall
Team W L T PF PA W L T PF PA
a-Kauai 5 0 0 124 32 5 2 0 146 93
b-Waimea 2 2 0 53 38 4 2 0 104 79
Kapaa 0 5 0 20 112 1 6 0 51 174

a-clinched Division I state tournament berth

b-clinched Division II state tournament berth

MIL



Second round


Overall
Team W L T PF PA W L T PF PA
Maui 1 0 0 54 6 5 2 0 158 45
King Kekaulike 1 0 0 22 20 5 1 0 150 90
Baldwin 1 1 0 40 28 7 1 0 183 53
Lahainaluna 1 1 0 27 33 1 6 0 55 176
Pac-Three 0 2 0 19 75 2 5 0 73 179


Final first round
Team W L T PF PA
x-Baldwin 4 0 0 110 25
King Kekaulike 3 1 0 101 63
Maui 2 2 0 60 33
Pac-Three 1 3 0 27 96
Lahainaluna 0 4 0 28 109
x-clinched first-round championship

BIIF



Conference


Overall
Team W L T PF PA W L T PF PA
Kealakehe 6 0 0 258 13 6 1 0 258 54
Hilo 5 1 0 170 59 5 1 0 170 59
Waiakea 5 1 0 155 89 6 1 0 201 101
Hawaii Prep 4 2 0 128 90 4 4 0 156 157
Konawaena 4 2 0 157 65 4 3 0 157 102
Honokaa 2 5 0 115 155 2 7 0 130 205
Keaau 1 5 0 108 203 2 6 0 115 246
Kohala 1 5 0 58 154 1 6 0 60 161
Ka'u 0 7 0 32 350 0 7 0 32 350


Scores

Yesterday

ILh
Saint Louis 26, Damien 12
Kamehameha 48, Pac-Five 21
OIA red east
McKinley 34, Castle 6
OIA White
Kaiser 33, Kalaheo 8
BIIF
Hawaii Prep 21, Honoka'a 10
Konawaena 44, Kea'au 6
MIL
Lahainaluna 21, Pac-Three 13

OIA Playoffs

All games start at 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted

Red Conference

Friday
Winners qualify for Division I state tournament
Game 1: Waianae at Kahuku
Game 2: Nanakuli at Kailua
Game 3: Farrington at Pearl City
Game 4: McKinley at Mililani

Oct. 31
Game 5: Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 3, at higher seed's home field
Game 6: Winner Game 2 vs. Winner Game 4, at higher seed's home field

Nov. 7
Third place
Game 7: Loser Game 5 vs. Loser Game 6, at Aloha Stadium, 5 p.m.
Championship
Game 8: Winner Game 5 vs. Winner Game 6, at Aloha Stadium

White Conference

Nov. 1
Winners qualify for Division II state tournament
Game 1: Radford vs. Aiea, site and time TBA
Game 2: Kaiser vs. Kapolei, site and time TBA

Nov. 14
Championship
Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2, at Mililani H.S. field


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Yesterday

ILH
Kamehameha 48, Pac-Five 21

Pono Kam completed 13 of 17 pass attempts for 176 yards and three touchdowns as Kamehameha defeated Pac-Five 48-21 in front of 3,373 fans.

The Warrior defense converted four of six Wolfpack turnovers for touchdowns.

At Aloha Stadium
Kamehameha (7-0, 5-0) 14 14 20
0 -- 48
Pac-Five (2-4-1, 0-4-1) 0 0 0
21--21

Kam -- Waika Spencer 14 pass from Pono Kam (Kepa Gaison kick)
Kam -- Ikaika Hardie 7 pass from Kam (Gaison kick)
Kam -- Sy Cullen 8 run (Gaison kick)
Kam -- Matt Coelho 16 pass from Kam (Gaison kick)
Kam -- Guyton Galderia 40 interception return (Gaison kick)
Kam -- Travis Uale 16 fumble return (Gaison kick)
Kam -- Kuahine 6 run (kick failed)
Pac -- Cheyne Abbey-Chong 16 pass from Jordan Tani (Darci Hata kick)
Pac -- Brent Umehira 23 pass from Tani (Hata kick)
Pac -- Royce Alvardo 1 run (Hata kick)
RUSHING -- Kamehameha: Cullen 13-36, Adam Picadura 2-22, Kuahine 6-21, Nathaniel Nakagawa 1-10, Jason Rego 2-2, Kendric Pai 1-4, Adam Goodman 1-1, Tyson Fujimoto 1-0, Evan Collier 1-(-1). Pac-Five: Gyles Lawerence 6-12, Jordan Tani 6-8, Alvarado 1-1, Team 2-(-22).
PASSING -- Kamehameha: Kam 13-17-1-176, Structin Tabisola 0-1-0 -0, Goodman 0-1-0-0. Pac-Five: Tani 30-62-5-356.
RECEIVING -- Kamehameha: W. Spencer 4-75, Matt Coehlo 3-50, James Hardy 2-26, I. Hardie 2-21, Nakagawa 1-11, Kamuela Kapanui 1-(-7). Pac-Five: Travis Tyler 8-97, Paul Kaohu-Nishimura 7-67, Umehira 7-84, Abbey-Chong 5-65, Shane Lawerence 2-22, Alvarado 1-21.

Saint Louis 26, Damien 12

The Crusaders benefited from three Monarch miscues -- an 11-yard punt, a 22-yard interception return for a touchdown by Jarred Silva and a 69-yard interception return by Tani Nahalea -- to score 19 first quarter points.

The Monarchs rallied in the fourth quarter, scoring two touchdowns. Trailing 26-12 with 5:26 remaining the Monarchs recovered an onside kick at the Crusader 37 yard line.

Three plays later, Nahalea's second interception of the game sealed the victory for the Crusaders.

At Aloha Stadium
Saint Louis (5-1, 4-1) 19 0 7 0 -- 26
Damien (1-5, 1-4) 0 0 0 12 -- 12

StL -- Donald Fialkowski 23 pass from Kealii Perbera (kick failed)
StL -- Jarred Silva 22 interception return (C.J. Santiago kick)
StL -- Aaron Bain 2 run (kick failed)
StL -- Desmond Hanohano 8 pass from Perbera (Santiago kick)
Dam -- Ranson DeCosta 2 run (kick failed)
Dam -- David Tuiasosopo 2 pass from Tevita Williams (run failed)
RUSHING -- Saint Louis: B.J. Batts 9-71, Cody Wells 4-34, Wyatt Williams 3-19, Shaun Kauleinamoku 2-9, Cameron Bayne 1-7, Andrew Shriver 1-(-1), Stanley Nihipali 2-(-1), Bain 2- (-1), Kevin Sullivan 1-(-3), Perbera 2-(-12). Damien: DeCosta 23-169, Vaa Faualo 5-16, Fehi Sevelo 2-12, Williams 7-(-18).
PASSING -- Saint Louis: Perbera 8-19-1-92, Nihipali 6-10-1-79, Bayne1-2-0-7, Cameron Higgins 0-1-0-0. Damien: Williams 12-29-4-116, DeCosta 0-2-0-0.
RECEIVING -- Saint Louis: Makaala Kuewa 4-49, Kauleinamoku 3-48, Hanohano 3-29, Bain 2-21, Fialkowski 1-23, Ryan Brilhante 1-7, Wells 1-1. Damien: DeCosta 4-37, Tuiasosopo 3-6, Andrew Canoy 2-60, Kyle Kawada 1-10, Faualo 1-2, Landen Dela Cruz 1-1.

OIA
Waialua 32, Kalani 0

At Kaiser Stadium
Waialua (1-7, 1-6) 7 6 6 13 -- 32
Kalani (0-7, 0-7) 0 0 0 0 -- 0

Wail -- Kelson Silva 3 pass from Kala Labra (Travis Siu kick)
Wail -- Silva 9 run (kick failed)
Wail -- Justin Barit 55 interception return (kick failed)
Wail -- Shawyn Peiler 10 interception return (Siu kick)
Wail -- Daniel Maestas 15 pass from Jerrold McNulty (kick failed)
RUSHING -- Waialua: Shaun Kim 18-93, Labra 6-5, Brett Guerin 2-12, Silva 4-40, McNulty 1-4. Kalani: James Miyashiro 9-25, Karson Kim 6-12, Jared Diseria 1-10, Hoang Nguyen 4-11, Preston Pires 9-(-45).
PASSING -- Waialua: Labra 5-11-1-69. Kalani: Pires 10-21-2-85.
RECEIVING -- Waialua: Maestas 5-15, Melvin Repollo 1-25, Silva 4-64, Chris Ballesteros 1-7. Kalani: Jeff Boyne 1-6, Kim 6-12, Miyashiro 2-31, Nguyen 2-8, Matt Bright 5-26, Chris Conlan 1-23.
Junior varsity -- Waialua 40, Kalani 6

Aiea 20, Moanalua 14

At Moanalua H.S. Field
Aiea (6-2, 6-1) 6 0 0 14 -- 20
Moanalua (2-6, 2-5) 7 7 0 0 -- 14

Moan -- Stanford Leti 57 run (Josh Cruz kick)
Aiea -- FG Brandon Puckett 25
Aiea -- FG Puckett 20
Moan -- D.J. Ramos 34 pass from Quintin Tang (Cruz kick)
Aiea -- Lawrence Levao 3 run (run failed)
Aiea -- Kali Kuia 6 run (Willie Thompson run)
RUSHING -- Aiea: Kuia 8-(-2), Raymond Tauala 8-34, Ben Ah Mook Sang 3-(-10), Levao 3-27. Moanalua: D'Taire Hopkins 10-30, Nigel Ross 2-3, Leti 8-74, Noel Tadeo 1-5, John Estores 4-15, Tang 4-8.
PASSING -- Aiea: Kuia 24-30-0-260. Moanalua: Leti 2-3-0-7, Tang 1-1-0-34.
RECEIVING -- Aiea: Jonathan Burgos 4-24, Alden Demello 6-94, Ah Mook Sang 9-113, Tauala 3-35, Chad Gamponia 2-(-6). Moanalua: Ross 1-2, Shannon McMillan 1-5, Ramos 1-34.
Junior varsity -- Aiea 21, Moanalua 7

MIL
Lahainaluna 21, Pac-Three 13

Paul Maielua scored from 32 yards out with three minutes left to turn a 1-point lead to an 8-point margin and seal the game.

Pac-Three scored two minutes earlier to scare the Lunas when John Powley hauled in a 53-yard pass from Makaio English.

At War Memorial Stadium
Pac-Three 0 7 0
6--13
Lahainaluna 0 7 7
7--21

LL -- Colby Wyckoff fumble recovery in end zone (Keith Molina kick)
P3 -- Makaio English 7 run (Justin Tanju kick)
LL -- Mahi Medeiros 1 run (Molina kick)
P3 -- John Powley 53 pass from English (kick failed)
LL -- Paul Maielua 32 run (Molina kick)
RUSHING -- Pac-Three: English 13-27, Michael Bocon 7-21, Panfilo Bascar 4-11, Kealii Washington 3-7, Caleb Pacheco 1-7. Lahainaluna: Maielua 14-95, Kaniela Tuipulotu 8-45, Darren Hirouji 6-38, Medeiros 7-30, Anthony Ancog 3-8.
PASSING -- Pac-Three: English 8-15-0--132, Caleb Pacheco 1-1-0--14. Lahainaluna: Medeiros 4-10-1--63.
RECEIVING -- Pac-Three: Powley 5-115, Bocon 2-16, English 1-14, Washington 1-1. Lahainaluna: Nahiku Phillips 1-31, Rylan Ancog 1-17, Tuipulotu 1-14, Nahe Akoi 1-1.
Junior varsity -- Lahainaluna 7, Kamehameha Schools Maui 0

BIIF
Hawaii Prep 21, Honokaa 10

Junior Michael Kopra led Ka Makani's attack with 19 carries for 167 yards, three touchdowns and three extra points in their win over the Dragons yesterday.

Ka Makani chalked up 339 yards on offense.

At Hawaii Prep H.S. Field
Honokaa (2-7, 2-5) 14 0 0 7 -- 21
Hawaii Prep (4-4, 4-2) 0 10 0 0 -- 10

HPA -- Michael Kopra 1 run (Kopra kick)
HPA -- Kopra 50 run (Kopra kick)
Hon -- FG Eli Bowman 20
Hon -- Kahau Agustin 13 pass from Kina'u Puhi (Bowman kick)
HPA -- Kopra 39 run (Kopra kick)
RUSHING -- Honokaa: Kinau Puhi 6-(-3), Ablao 2-17, Kahuanui 1-2, Ayoso 1-(-1). Hawaii Prep: Kopra 19-167, Zach Say 13-54, Leighton Hind 5-9.
PASSING -- Honokaa: Kinau Puhi 16-33-0-175. Hawaii Prep: Purdy 5-7-0-61.
RECEIVING -- Honokaa: Kahau Agustin 7-83, Lowen Guzman 2-41, Kaneala Ablao 1-17, Brian Ayoso 2-14, Matthew Moniz 1-3, Pono Kahuanui 2-10, Daniel Carvalho 1-7. Hawaii Prep: Kopra 2-16, Billy Case 1-17, Andrew Queen 1-13, Sparky Springmeier 1-15.

Friday

OIA Red West
Campbell 32, Waianae 22

At Campbell H.S. Field
Waianae (3-5, 3-4) 3 12 7 0 -- 22
Campbell (2-6, 2-5) 18 6 0 8 -- 32

Cam -- Ronson Correia 54 pass from Kenneth Amaral (pass failed)
Wain -- FG 15 (player's name not reported)
Cam -- Issac Laupola 8 pass from Amaral (pass failed)
Cam -- Laupola 39 pass from Amaral (pass failed)
Wain -- Chris Lave 2 run (pass failed)
Wain -- Ikaika Luhia 45 pass Kala Honda (kick failed
Cam -- Anthony Shimizu 14 run (run failed)
Wain -- James Robinson 50 punt return (kick good)
Cam -- Matthew Gaxiola 11 run (Brandon Tanigawa pass from Amaral)
RUSHING -- Waianae: Lave 18-59, Maka Tanele 5-20, Honda 5-11, Sonny Dudoit 1-(-4), Tafilele Pauulu 6-25. Campbell: Shimizu 8-91, Gregg Frink 3-32, Tanigawa 1-(-8), Kealii Basham 8-96, Amaral 4-14 .
PASSING -- Waianae: Honda 9-22-2-189. Campbell: Amaral 8-19-0-208.
RECEIVING -- Waianae: Robinson 5-96, Dillon Guzman 3-48, Justin Laufua 1-45. Campbell: Laupola 6-143, Correia 1-54, Gaxiola 1-11.
Junior varsity -- Waianae 22, Campbell 6

Pearl City 35, Waipahu 26

At Mililani H.S. Field
Waipahu (1-7, 1-6) 0 2 12 12 -- 26
Pearl City (6-2, 5-2) 21 7 7 0 -- 35

PC -- Brandon Green 13 pass from Jensen Cabanero (Steven King kick)
PC -- Chaston Bertola 3 pass from Cabanero (King kick)
PC -- Nathaniel Nasca 14 pass from Cabanero (King kick)
PC -- Royce Yuen 61 pass from Dale Valledor (King kick)
Waip -- safety
PC -- Green 12 pass from Cabanero (King kick)
Waip -- Ben Amperosa 5 run (kick failed)
Waip -- Austen Benito 5 run (run failed)
Waip -- Jonathan Cordeiro 63 pass from Benito (kick failed)
Waip -- Ryan Winfrey 32 inteception return (run failed)
RUSHING -- Waipahu: Krypton Taito 11-60, Benito 9-30, Amperosa 5-15, Joshua Hicks 5-20. Pearl City: Michael Yamauchi-Yamate 10-51, Cabanero 5-20, Royal Kaua 3-34, Michael Tanuvasa 2-7.
PASSING -- Waipahu: Benito 8-22-3-212, Amperosa 0-1-1-0. Pearl City: Cabanero 14-24-2-154, Bertola 4-14-0-61, Valledor 1-1-0-61.
RECEIVING -- Waipahu: Cordeiro 4-169, Amperosa 2-8, Ricky Noble 1-20, Stan Abasial 1-15. Pearl City: Keone Peiper 6-52, Nasca 4-69, Valledor 4-42, Yuen 2-85, Green 2-25, Bertola 1-3.
Junior varsity -- Pearl City 20, Waipahu 0

BIIF
Konawaena 44, Keaau 6

At Konawaena H.S. Field
Keaau (2-6, 1-5) 0 0 0 6 -- 6
Konawaena (4-3, 4-2) 13 6 19 6 -- 44

Kona -- Frank Cantiberos 6 run (Nick Matsuoka kick)
Kona -- Cody Silsley 36 pass from Michael Naihe (kick failed)
Kona -- Daniel Libre 5 run (kick failed)
Kona -- Libre 38 run (Matsuoka kick)
Kona -- Cantiberos 1 run (kick failed)
Kona -- Kaimana Llanes 25 fumble recovery (kick failed)
Kona -- David Anderson 3 run (kick failed)
Keaa -- Dustin Mahaulu 56 pass from Austin Meyers
No individual statistics reported.
Junior varsity -- Konawaena 20, Keaau 13

Waiakea 60, Ka'u 6

At Wong Stadium
Ka'u (0-7, 0-7) 0 6 0 0 -- 6
Waiakea (6-1, 5-1) 9 19 20 12 -- 60

Waik -- FG Aka Kaleo 33
Waik -- David Doll 28 pass from Sheldon Otsuka (kick failed)
Waik -- Kaleo 16 pass from Otsuka (run failed)
Waik -- Otsuka 2 run (run failed)
Ka'u -- Ken Caston 37 pass from Alcoran (kick failed)
Waik -- Kaleo 90 kickoff return (Kaleo kick)
Waik -- Doll 61 pass from Otsuka (Kaleo kick)
Waik -- Keola Simeona 34 pass from Otsuka (kick failed)
Waik -- Sean Soriano 60 interception return (Kaleo kick)
Waik -- Raymond Velez 51 fumble return (kick failed)
Waik -- Collin Austria 23 interception return (kick failed)
No individual statistics reported

KIF
Kauai 28, Kapaa 0

Kauai claimed its first KIF title since 1991 with a big opening quarter.

Weston Victorino scored on runs of 52 and 2 yards in the first and Kekoa Crowell added a 12-yard scoring pass to Garen Itomura for the quick early lead.

Kauai (5-2, 5-0) 21 7 0 0 -- 28
Kapaa (1-6, 0-5) 0 0 0 0 -- 0

Kau--Weston Victorino 52 run (Cody Kimura kick)
Kau--Victorino 2 run (Kimura kick)
Kau--Garen Itamura 12 pass from Kekoa Crowell (Kimura kick)
Kau--Allan Batta 27 pass from Crowell (Kimura kick)
RUSHING -- Kauai: Victorino 14-97, Kaupili Akau 3-17, Kevin Cadiente 1-5, Max Hadwin 5-4, Brian Rodriguez 6-4, Crowell 2-1, Angel Yadao 1-(minus-3), Brad Correa 4-(minus-10). Kapaa: Lance Taniguchi 7-46, Kalima Leong 3-31, Devin Machado 5-24, Kalen Lariano 1-20, Bronson Yadao 3-(minus-4), Kai Lopez 2-(minus-7).
PASSING -- Kauai: Crowell 9-21-0-117, Hadwin 4-7-0-49. Kapaa: B. Yadao 4-14-2-42, Lopez 2-6-1-41, Leong 2-6-1-12.
RECEIVING -- Kauai: Cadiente 4-39, Justin Arakaki 4-37, Itamura 3-38, Satta 1-27, Matt Buza 1-25. Kapaa: Austin Rosa 3-28, Kaulana Kaye 2-37, Devin Machado 2-21, Brian Merkel 1-9.
Junior varsity -- Kapaa 7, Kauai 0



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