Davis' Nick Martineau deflected a pass intended for Saint Louis' Cameron Bayne in the end zone during yesterday's game at Aloha Stadium.

Crusaders turn
back Darts

Saint Louis defeats the team
from Davis, Utah, 54-26
at Aloha Stadium

The Saint Louis Crusaders racked up 614 yards of total offense en route to a 54-26 victory over Davis (Utah) in the first game of the 2005 Hawaii High School Athletic Association Foundation Football Classic last night at Aloha Stadium.

Crusader quarterback Cameron Higgins completed nine passes for 304 yards and four touchdowns, three of which went to wide receiver Cameron Bayne, who torched the Dart defense for 196 yards on five catches.

"The quarterback just led me in the right position to make the catches," Bayne said. "I have to thank the (offensive) linemen for giving me the time to run the routes."

Saint Louis (2-1) gathered momentum early when defensive lineman Scott Smith recovered a fumble by Davis running back Andrew Lloyd. The Crusaders drove into Dart territory and with 8:32 in the first quarter, Higgins connected with Bayne for a 26-yard touchdown strike in the corner of the end zone.

Just 3 minutes later, Higgins found Chase Alcott for an 86-yard touchdown pass that put the Crusaders up 14-0.

In the second quarter, Manoa Latu intercepted Davis quarterback Alex Hill and the Crusader offense took advantage of the opportunity when Higgins hooked up with Bayne again, this time for a 47-yard touchdown pass.

Saint Louis used a balanced offense to control the ball for most of the second quarter. The Crusaders added another score on Cody Wells' 8-yard scamper with 4:13 left in the second quarter, increasing the lead to 28-0. Wells led the rushing attack with 112 yards on 12 carries.

Smith recovered another fumble, the result of a Hill sack, and the Saint Louis offense capitalized again on a 15-yard Preston Lynch touchdown run with 2:31 remaining in the half.

After Lloyd returned the ensuing kickoff to the Saint Louis 39-yard line, the Darts kept the ball on the ground and pushed deep into Crusader territory. With 2 seconds left before halftime, Hill found tight end Kalen Adams in the back of the end zone for a 6-yard touchdown pass, notching the score at 35-7 in favor of Saint Louis at the half.

"They're a very physical ballclub, and they play hard all the way through," said Crusader head coach Delbert Tengan. "I think (playing this game) makes us a better team as we go into a tough ILH season."

Davis (1-3) attempted a comeback in the second half, as Lloyd rushed for a 4-yard score and Hill tossed two touchdowns to wide receiver Nick Martineau, but the Crusader offense continued to roll.

Higgins went to his favorite target yet again, connecting with Bayne on a 71-yard touchdown pass, coming just 1 minute into the second half. Alcott added touchdown runs of 18 and 11 yards to put Saint Louis ahead for good.

"We had a good experience, things have been very hospitable here," said Dart head coach Ryan Bishop. "Obviously we wish the game would have had a different outcome, but I'm very impressed with Saint Louis, and I'm proud of my kids and the way they battled back in the second half. I've seen some incredible athletes (here in Hawaii) and I hope our kids can use that."

Offensively for Davis, Martineau caught seven passes for 127 yards, while Lloyd served as the work horse, gaining 75 yards on 19 carries.

Despite the victory, Tengan was displeased with his team's lack of focus throughout the game, which led to 13 penalties and cost the Crusaders 144 yards.

"I'm very disappointed with our players' lack of discipline, but we'll make that correction and won't let it happen," he said.

Davis is Utah's defending 5A state champion, and this was the school's first game played away from Utah.

OIA Red east

Farrington 34, Kaimuki 12
Junior varsity--Farrington 21, Kaimuki 13

OIA White

Campbell 28, Kalaheo 0

No. 2 Kamehameha 20, No. 5 Leilehua 14

At Kunuiakea Stadium
Leilehua (2-1) 0 7 7 0 -- 14
Kamehameha (3-1) 14 6 0 0 -- 20

KS--Ryan Montez 52 run (Kamakana Osorio kick).
KS--Aaron Nichols 9 pass from Kahaku Kaai (Osorio kick).
Lei--Tianeva Tyrell-Edra 27 pass from Bryant Moniz (Daniel Phelps kick).
KS--Drew Ueno 51 run (run failed).
Lei--Joe Iosefa 1 run (Phelps kick).

RUSHING--Leilehua: Moniz 8-43, Iosefa 9-9, Aric Edra 4-8, Tino Pablico 6-6, Tyrell-Edra 1-5, Paul Hernandez 2-3, Phelps 1-(-20). Kamehameha: Montez 7-70, Jeremiah Dela Pena 17-53, Ueno 1-51, Jordan Rego 7-23, Justin Saniatan 1-11, Bryson Vivas 2-(-5), Kaai 4-(-6).
PASSING--Leilehua: Moniz 13-21-1-151, Iosefa 3-8-1-56. Kamehameha: Kaai 2-7-0-18.
RECEIVING--Leilehua: Tyrell-Edra 5-73, Christian Mendez 4-78, Martin Iosefo 3-19, Edra 3-14, Dustin Pauu 1-13, Pablico 1-13. Kamehameha: Nichols 2-18.

No. 4 Punahou 10, Timpview 0

At Aloha Stadium
Timpview (3-1) 0 0 0 0 -- 0
Punahou (3-0) 7 0 3 0 -- 10

Pun--Miah Ostrowski 46 pass from Brett Kan (River Kim kick).
Pun--FG Kim 19.

RUSHING--Timpview: Benjamin Bateman 16-77, Owen Jackson 16-51, Devin Mausia 3-7. Punahou: Colin Viloria 2-41, Kainoa Carlson 10-41, Ryan Nobriga 9-15, Reid Nakahara 2-4, Kan 1-0, Christopher Wong 1-0, TEAM 2-(-2).
PASSING--Timpview: Bateman 13-30-1-166. Punahou: Kan 16-29-2-223.
RECEIVING--Timpview: Griffin Miller 4-40, David Jackson 3-48, O. Jackson 3-20, Salmon Todd 2-54, Ben Asworth 1-4. Punahou: Ostrowski 10-181, Nick Horio 4-35, Nobriga 1-6, Viloria 1-1.

No. 7 Saint Louis 54, Davis (Utah) 26

At Aloha Stadium
Davis (1-3) 0 7 13 6 -- 26
Saint Louis (2-1) 14 21 13 6 -- 54

StL--Cameron Bayne 26 pass from Cameron Higgins (Kenton Chun kick).
StL--Chase Alcott 86 pass from Higgins (Chun kick).
StL--Bayne 47 pass from Higgins (Chun kick).
StL--Cody Wells 8 run (Chun kick).
StL--Preston Lynch 15 run (Chun kick).
Davis--Kalen Adams 6 pass from Alex Hill (Pete Caldwell kick).
StL--Bayne 71 pass from Higgins (kick failed).
Davis--Andrew Lloyd 4 run (Caldwell kick).
StL--Alcott 18 run (Chun kick).
Davis--Nick Martineau 22 pass from Hill (conversion failed).
Davis--Martineau 30 pass from Hill (conversion failed).
StL--Alcott 11 run (kick failed).

RUSHING--Davis: Lloyd 19-75, Kameron Hoskins 12-65, Jason Wild 2-6, Kyle Hirschi 4-3, Kyle Burk 1-2, Jay Rogers 1-2, Hill 4-0. Saint Louis: Wells 12-112, Alcott 6-66, Lene Auelua 6-39, Lynch 4-33, Higgins 5-28, Micah Mamiya 1-2.
PASSING--Davis: Hill 14-29-1-212. Saint Louis: Higgins 9-14-0-304, Mamiya 4-7-1-30.
RECEIVING--Davis: Martineau 7-127, Kalen Adams 4-50, Hoskins 2-26, Lloyd 1-9. Saint Louis: Bayne 5-196, Alcott 3-98, Jordan Paty-Miner 2-23, Wells 1-13, Lynch 1-3, Auelua 1-1.


Kamehameha-Hawaii 41, Ka'u 0


Kamehameha-Maui 43, Pac-Three 0
Lahainaluna 18, King Kekaulike 0

Friday's late result
Castle 24, Kailua 6

At Aloha Stadium
Kailua (0-4, 0-2) 6 0 0 0 -- 6
Castle (2-2, 2-0) 0 14 0 10 -- 24

Kail--Kenny Gibson 20 pass from Nathan Alvarado (kick failed).
Cas--Lihikai Domingo 10 pass from Bryce Kalauokaaea (Nicholas Rapoza kick).
Cas--Scott Keiter-Charles 56 pass from Kalauokaaea (Rapoza kick).
Cas--FG Rapoza 33.
Cas--John Ufuti 35 run (Rapoza kick).

RUSHING--Kailua: Jacob Gibson 17-82, K. Gibson 10-47, Keelan Gonda 5-19, Travis Holeso-Wolfe 3-11, Gabriel Taito 1-2, Alvarado 1-(-14). Castle: Ufuti 7-76, Domingo 5-25, Rapoza 6-19, Seth Estioko 1-15, Blaine Kobashigawa 3-13, Charles Denis 1-0, Damian Spotkaeff 1-(-1), Kalauokaaea 2-(-8) .
PASSING--Kailua: Alvarado 7-12-0-63, K. Gibson 2-5-0-11, Matua Tuaolo 1-2-1-4. Castle: Kalauokaaea 12-27-1-191.
RECEIVING--Kailua: J. Gibson 5-30, Zachary Akamine 2-15, K. Gibson 1-20, Holeso-Wolfe 1-8, Gerald Ho 1-6. Castle: Keiter-Charles 3-100, Domingo 3-36, Kobashigawa 3-31, Shayson Suzui 1-18, Alika Kalopodes 1-3, Ufuti 1-3.
Junior varsity--Castle 37, Kailua 31

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