Rita, Agoot get trio of scores in weekend games

Hanapepe Colts’ Mikeo Rita and Kapa’a Eagles’ Keane Agoot each had three TDs apiece as they led their respective teams to victory this weekend.

Agoot got a point-after boot from Christian Rapozo for the 19-0 final against Northshore in the Junior PeeWee contest.

Rita peeled off scores of 31, 48, and 48 yards to lead the JPW Colts to a 21-0 showing over Kekaha.

Kaipo Contrades finished with two TDs to lead Northshore to a 35-0 shutout over the Kapa’a Eagles in the midget encounter.

Contrades demonstrated his special teams ability with a 42 yard punt return for paydirt, and followed that up with a 32-yard fumble recovery return in the

Enrique opened with a 19-yard rush, and added two point-after boots in the win. Ekolu Yam rounded out the scoring.

Koloa’s Caleb Licke finished with two TDs as they battled the Lihu’e Patriots JPW to a 12-12 stalemate, Sunday.

Brian Haz opened for Lihu’e on a 4-yard run only to have Licke answer in the second quarter on a 14-yard paydirt charge.

Licke pulled Koloa ahead in the third quarter on a 1-yard rush, but Mason Manera responded for the Patriots on a 55-yard gallop in the final stanza.

Lihu’e’s Taran Tani played both sides of the ball and finished with a TD in their 27-12 win over Koloa.

Darren Acoba opened with a 27-yard scoring breakout with 7:56 showing followed by Travis Koga chalking up Lihu’e’s second TD in the opening frame on a 3-yard charge.

Tani returned an intercepted pass 80 yards for the third score with Kalen Kimura’s point-after boot showing a 20-0 Lihu’e lead at the half.

Kimura followed that up with a short dash into the end zone in the third quarter, capping that score with another dash for the point-after for the 27-0 third quarter reading.

Koloa came back in the fourth quarter on scores from Clifton Callejo and Dallas Correa for the final math. Callejo’s score came on a 35-yard pass play from QB Brendan Scovel while Correa rushed for four yards.


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