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From TGI Reports
The Kapa’a Warriors fell 4-1 to Kamehameha Thursday at the 2001 Boys State Soccer Championships at Aloha Stadium on Oahu. The loss ended the Warriors season at 7-3-2.
The wind may have come out of Kapa’a’s sails after a physical and emotional 1-0 loss to Kalani in the first round of the tournament Wednesday afternoon. In that game, the Warriors were assessed three red cards, two yellow cards and 30 fouls overall.
Thursday, Kapa’a played a cleaner game, committing just 15 fouls to Kamehameha’s 19. However, a look at the statistics indicated the Warriors were severely outplayed.
Kamehameha had 13 shots on goal to Kapa’a’s seven.
It had 13 goal kicks to just one for Kapa’a.
The Warriors’ goal came at the 62-minute mark — it was the final goal of the game — via forward Colby Ayonon. The senior’s score was Kapa’a’s only of the tournament.
Kamehameha got two goals midway through the first half and two more midway through the second.
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