For the past two weeks, the Waimea Menehune have had to sit back and watch High School football dramas unfold with little consequence to their season.
The Kaua’i Interscholastic Federation finale, Kamehameha’s loss to St. Louis, Farrington’s shocking win over Kahuku – all of it has been good in story, but none of it directly effected the Menehunes’ postseason outlook.
Tonight, they will have to play closer attention.
The Kailua Surfriders and the Castle Knights will face off at 7:30 p.m. in the OIA Championship game at Aloha Stadium. The loser of that game will travel to Kaua’i Friday, Nov. 22, to face Waimea in the HHSAA quarterfinal game at Vidinha Stadium in Lihue.
Last year, Castle lost to Waimea 41-20 in the Kaua’i hosted State quarterfinal.