HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
RICHARD WALKER / RWALKER@STARBULLETIN.COM
Brett Kan led Punahou into the state playoffs with his performance against Saint Louis and Aiea.
Athlete Of The Week
Brett Kan, Punahou football: The quarterback led the Buffanblu to two victories in one week. He completed 14 of 21 attempts for 147 yards and two touchdowns as the Buffanblu defeated Saint Louis to win the ILH title. Five nights later, the junior passed for 258 yards and two touchdowns in a state-tournament win over Aiea.
Josh Blakemore, Aiea: Caught seven passes for 91 yards against Punahou.
Miah Ostrowski, Punahou: Caught eight passes for 100 yards, including touchdowns of 20 and 9 yards, and ran back a punt for a 71-yard touchdown against Aiea.
Stanford Leti, Moanalua: Rushed for 125 yards, including touchdowns of 55 and 3 yards, and passed for 148 yards in the Menehunes' state-tournament win over Kamehameha-Hawaii.
Lofa Liilii, Aiea: Amassed 32 rushing yards (six carries), caught seven passes for 89 yards, passed for 56 yards, returned two punts for 9 yards and two kickoffs of 145 yards against Punahou. Scored on a 97-yard kickoff return.
Robert Stevens, Waianae: Better known as "Nui" to family and friends, the Searider rushed for 115 yards on 18 carries in a state-tournament win at Kealakehe. He also caught two passes for 26 yards.
* Punahou: Scored three goals and had three assists in the Buffanblu's win over Iolani for the ILH boys crown.
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To nominate an athlete of the week, contact the Star-Bulletin Sports Department by 11 p.m. Sunday:
Friday, November 25, 2005
» Ikaika Aki had three assists in Punahou School's victory in the ILH water polo championship. His name was misspelled and he was not credited with the correct number of assists in the Athlete Honor Roll on Page B2 on Wednesday.