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Campbell and Waianae posted impressive victories in an afternoon doubleheader at Kahuku’s Carlton E. Weimer Stadium to advance to the OIA Red Junior Varsity championship game.
Quarterback Pohaku Kaheaku-Paiva passed for two touchdowns and scrambled from 3 yards out to score another to lead the way, as the Sabers jumped out to an early 20-0 lead in the first quarter and won going away 34-7.
The O’ahu Interscholastic Association Red third-place game for the final Division I state tournament berth will be held 6 p.m. Saturday at Kaiser Stadium.
Leilehua and Farrington, both second seeds from their respective divisions, had to play this game at a neutral site, OIA football coordinator Harold Tanaka said. Both teams lost their semifinal games Friday night.
Defending Division I champion Punahou and Division II winner Saint Francis are top seeds for the New City Nissan/HHSAA girls volleyball tournament beginning Tuesday through Friday.
In Division I play, first round action will get underway at 5:00 p.m. Tuesday with King Kekaulike taking on Moanalua at McKinley and Mililani facing Castle at Farrington. In the second match of the night set for 7:00 p.m., Hilo and Pearl City face off at McKinley and Kamehameha-Kapalama will battle Kalani at Farrington.
Tsunami warning prompts end of contest; Bears share overall crown
WAILUKU - Saturday night’s football game between Baldwin High School and King Kekaulike was called at halftime with the Bears declared the winners, 21-0, due to a tsunami warning issued midway through the second quarter.
Na Alii coach Clarence Rivers said it was the proper decision, for safety reasons. He said parents among the crowd of approximately 1,000 at War Memorial Stadium were coming to King Kekaulike’s sideline and asking to take their children home.
Ever since Wilson Ramos tore his ACL on May 13th, catcher had been a position of turmoil for the Nats. The team started four different catchers, none of whom was particularly effective. On August 3rd, however, the Nationals acquired veteran catcher Kurt Suzuki from the Oakland Athletics, who quickly beat out Jesus Floresto become the full-time starter.
With a 20-13 lead in the fourth quarter, Manti Te’o intercepted his fifth pass of the season to set up the field goal to make it 23-13. He also has 11 tackles and a sack. This play clinched him a trip to New York. If Notre Dame holds on, they are a win at USC away from the BCS Title Game.
HONOLULU – Individual-game ticket sales for the 2012-13 University of Hawai’i men’s and women’s basketball seasons go on sale Monday, Oct. 29. Fans can purchase tickets online, at the Stan Sheriff Center Box Office, Rainbowtique Ward Centre or by calling 944-2697 (BOWS).
The Stan Sheriff Center box office and the phone sales lines are open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday (closed on holidays).
With the 2012-13 season about to start, it’s time for WarriorInsider.com to make its annual plea for support.
We are in search of sponsors and/or donations to help fund this site during the upcoming season.
Jordyn Keamo had seven kills, one block and one ace and Samantha Fischer added four kills and three blocks Wednesday night to help Mililani defeat Moanalua, 19-25, 25-21, 15-4 in O’ahu Interscholastic Association girls volleyball playoff action at Farrington.
The Trojans improved to 13-1 in league play and earned a Red Conference finals rematch with Kahuku (13-1) at 7 p.m. Thursday at McKinley. Na Menehune fell to 12-4 and will be the OIA’s third-place team entering next week’s New City Nissan/Hawai’i High School Athletic Association State Championships.