From TGI StaffKapa’a Warriors 27Honoka’a Dragons 7
Last week, Kapa’a showed only short stints of promise in a 20-7 loss to
visiting Lahainaluna at Vindinha Stadium. After the game, offensive coordinator
Macky Doi said the Warriors (1-1), on a whole, didn’t much care about the
score. The coaching staff was more concerned with taking a look at personnel
and finding the right combinations.
Honoka’a was the victim of last week’s
assessment. The Warriors found a groove and stuck it to their Big Island hosts.
“We’ll be ready to go for this one,” head coach Gordon Muramaru said last
Indeed they were.
Kapa’a opens KIF play on Sept. 8 at
Vindinha against Waimea at 7:35 p.m.