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From TGI Staff Reports
Lihu’e Dolphins 22; (1-2)
Kapa’a Steelers 0; (1-2)
Dolphins rushed for 131 yards and forced two Steelers’ fumbles to earn their
first win of the season.
Stanton Yoshimori got the Dolphins on the board
at the 5:13 mark of the first quarter, capping a seven-play drive with a
six-yard touchdown run. There was no scoring in the second quarter, but Dolphin
Lucky Andres scored on a one-yard TD midway through the third. Kyle Kaui set up
the score with a 29-yard kick return. Micah Waiamau added the extra
Andres ended the day’s scoring with a two-yard plunge into the end
zone early in the fourth quarter.
Koloa Rams 26; (3-0)
Despite fumbling twice, the Rams picked up 164 yards of rushing to
the Cowboys’ 107 in the victory.
After a scoreless first quarter,
Hanapepe’s Brendon McDaniles caught a six-yard pass from QB Allen-Michael
Gaspar at the 1:16 mark of the second to give his team an early lead. Less than
a minute later, however, the Rams’ Tyrus Ceria rambled 41 yards for a score to
tie the game going into halftime.
Post intermission, Koloa took over, and
Alan Kalili was the reason. Kalili scored on touchdown runs of 47, 14 and 20
yards to lift the Rams to victory.
Jr. Pee Wee
Lihu’e Jaguars 36;
Kapa’a Warriors 6; (0-2)
The Jaguars racked up a total of 225
yards, including 127 for quarterback Bradson Hiranaka on 4-of-8 passing, to
cruise to victory.
Lihu’e got on the board quickly, when Pono Perez scored
on a 27-yard run at the 5:29 mark of the first quarter. Jaguar Micah Alayvilla
recovered a fumble on the Warriors’ 18-yard line, setting up his team’s next
score. Perez capitalized again, driving in from two yards out.
Chyson Gray hustled in from 15 yards out for the Jaguars’ next score, pushing
his team’s lead to 18-0. After a fumble recovery from Royal Jerves, Jaguar
Skyler Ramson scored from four yards out to boost Lihu’e halftime lead to
Alayvilla scored on a 14-yard run in the fourth quarter. Then, at the
4:48 mark of the final period, Kapa’a got on the board when Tablbert Tacbian
ran a kick back 60 yards for the score.
Hiranaka completed an 86-yard pass
to Devin Lopes for the final Jaguars’ score of the ball game.
Hanapepe Colts 0; (1-1)
In a defensive battle, neither team
gained more than 80 total yards. The Packers picked up just four first downs;
the Colts earned two.
With 3:15 remaining in the first half, Shanna Tafiti
got the Packers on the board with a 12-yard dash into the end zone. The TD
capped a four-play, 34-yard drive.
The game was scoreless until the final
minute of the contest, when Koloa’s Kody Pagador intercepted a pass on the
Colts’ 47-yard line and burst to the 53-yard score.
Patriots 8; (3-0)
Kapa’a Vikings 0; (2-1)
In a battle of two unbeatens,
the Patriots gained 210 yards to the Vikings’ 97, yet could only score one
The lone score of the ball game came at the 1:48 mark of the opening
quarter. Lihu’e quarterback Kekoa Crowell found Westin Victorino for the TD,
capping a 10-play, 84-yard drive. Cody Kimura added the two-point
Hanapepe Broncos 22; (3-0)
Koloa Raiders 0; (0-3)
Broncos rushed for 174 yards on 39 carries, totaled 233 yards in all and held
the Raiders to 78 yards in the win.
Hanapepe quarterback John Vincent Palacio found Lance Kauwe for a 26-yard TD at
the 2:16 mark of the second. Kamakani Woolsey added the two-point conversion to
leave the Broncos with a 8-0 halftime lead.
Hanapepe added two more scores
in the fourth quarter to seal the victory.
Bully Emayo scored from six
yards out at the 3:31 mark of the quarter. Seconds later, Emayo intercepted a
Raiders’ pass on the Broncos’ 20-yard line and ran in the touchdown. Woolsey
converted the two-point try.
Results for Sunday, Oct. 1
Kekaha Seahawks 43; (3-0)
Northshore Giants 0; (0-3)
Seahawks ran wild in this one — literally. Kekaha picked up 196 total yards,
all of it rushing.
The Seahawks’ Mervin Pasion began the scoring barrage at
the 8:36 mark of the first quarter when he returned a punt 65 yards for the
score. Pasion also added the extra point.
Cullen Rapozo scored the next TD
from two yards out. Drew Ueno added the extra point. Scott Remigio then scored
the first of two touchdowns, and Ueno added the extra point.
Jr. ran in from five yards to finish the first-half scoring for Kekaha.
the third quarter, Kai Reyes bolted 50 yards for a score; Remigio added the
extra point. Then Remigio finished the scoring with a 35-yard TD.
Kekaha Chargers 35; (1-2)
Northshore Giants 6; (0-3)
dominated this one, picking up 251 total yards, including 200 on the
It was an Emayo party to initiate the scoring for the Chargers.
Aina scored from 16 yards out for the first TD. Then Stephen rambled in from 10
yards out for the second score. Darrick T. Bayot added both two-point
conversions. Aina also scored from four yards out for the game’s third TD. He
also added the two pointer for a 22-0 lead.
Moses P. Celestino then
recovered a fumble and ran it back 49 yards for the score. Roland Rull then
recovered a fumble of his own and ran it back 15 yards for the TD. Bayot added
the extra point.
Northshore finally got on the board in the fourth quarter,
when quarterback Frank Rivera found Arian Apuna for a six-yard score.
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