Kapa‘a JPW, Koloa PW undefeated

Shain Davis had a touchdown and ran in a point-after to lead the Kapa‘a Eagles JPW to a 19-0 shutout over Kekaha, Saturday at Hanapepe Stadium.

Joining Davis, John Levinthol picked up a 2-yard touchdown and Mitchell Peralto Jr. scampered for a 37-yard score in the win. Peralto’s score was just a yard short of Davis’ accomplishment of a 38-yard run in the final period to cap the Eagles’ win.

With the win, the Eagles JPW boasts a 3-0 record and 6 points in the standings while Kekaha is still seeking its first season win at 0-3.

Alika Ventura made the difference for Koloa by running in a point-after play in the first quarter in the second JPW contest played in the Kaua‘i Pop Warner Association league at Hanapepe Stadium.

Alika’s run came following  Lopaka Ventura, his first of two at 15 yards, to open the scorebooks for Koloa. It also was the margin of victory as Koloa edged the Lihu‘e Patriots 13-12 for its first season victory following two losses.

That gives Koloa a 1-2 standing and 2 points in the league while Lihu‘e finishes the week 2-2 and 4 points. The Hanapepe Colts, enjoying a bye, are in second place at 2-1 and 4 points.


Kyren Rapacon ran for two touchdowns to lead Koloa to a 32-0 shutout over the Lihu‘e Patriots PW.

Rapacon, scoring on runs of 9 yards and 3 yards tallied is scores in the first quarter. Kainoa Simao added a 37-yard score, Dalen Leonea and Austin Santos addes scores of 20 yards and 38 yards, respectively as Koloa scored all of its game marks in the first half to finish at 4-0 and 8 points in the league.

With the loss, the Patriots are still seeking its first season win at 0-4.

Kapa‘a Eagles PW holds the second place slot at 2-1 and 4 points followed by the Hanapepe Colts at 1-2 and a pair.


Chad Sherman plucked a Hanapepe pass and ran it back 65 yards for a score in the final period to cap a 30-0 Lihu‘e Patriot Midgets win over the Hanapepe Colts in the first of two Midget division contests.

Earlier in the day, Rhandy Compoc-Dela Cruz opened the scorebooks in the second quarter with a 6-yard run while Sherman upped the ante with a point-after boot for the 8-0 Lihu‘e lead at the half.

Jae Delos Reyes added a 1-yard score and Kenneth Tacazon came up with a 2-yard charge to paydirt in the second half with Sherman finishing 3-3 in point-after kicks after gracing both second-half scores.

The win gives Hanapepe its first loss of the season, and despite that, remain tied with Lihu‘e at 3-1 and 6 points in the Midget division standings.

Kaela Lanning provided the margin of victory for the Kekaha Chargers with two successful point-after kicks in the second Midget contest which ended in a 16-14 win for Kekaha over the Kapa‘a Eagles Midgets.

Tim Ragragola opened up with a 2-yard score in the second quarter and Pono Rull recovered a fumble and returned it 8 yards for the score, Lanning gracing both with PAT boots for the 16-0 halftime Kekaha lead.

But Kapa‘a Eagles came back in the third period with scores from C.J. Estenzo and Devon Andrews, the point-after kick following Estenzo’s TD failing. Bronson Aiwohi kicked the successful PAT following Andrews’ 43-yard run to paydirt.

With the win, Kekaha picks up its first season win and remains tied with Kapa‘a at 1-3 and 2 points.

Saturday’s games remain in Hanapepe with Hanapepe hosting Kapa‘a in the morning series starting at 8 a.m. Koloa JPW will host Kekaha starting at 2 p.m. and Koloa PW will host the Lihu‘e Patriots in a 4 p.m. matchup.


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