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ScoringLive staffSeptember 22, 2018, 9:00am
Fri, Sep 21, 2018 @ Kapolei [ 7:30 pm ]
Top-ranked Saint Louis kept its win streak going, but it was a a little too close for comfort.
The visiting Crusaders (5-0 overall, 4-0 league) scored the first 23 points of the game before being pushed to the limit by Kapolei (3-4, 1-1) in their 30-22 interleague win Friday night.
Connor Apo got the start at quarterback for Saint Louis and scored the first touchdown of the game on a 6-yard pass to Koali Nishigaya five minutes into the contest.
The Crusaders pushed their lead to 17-0 at the half after a 22-yard field goal from Garyn Napuunoa and a 8-yard TD run by Malosi Sam.
A 20-yard interception return for a score by Junior Wily extended Saint Louis' lead to 23-0 with 9:48 to play in the third quarter.
Then the Hurricanes started to rally.
With two 10-yard TD runs by Ezekiel Waiolama, Kapolei was able to make it a 23-14 game heading into the fourth quarter.
Saint Louis added another score on a 37-yard pick-six by Nicholas Herbig with 9:55 remaining in regulation to keep the Crusaders ahead by two TDs.
Christian Rapis threw a late TD pass to Sheldon McLeod and the Hurricanes converted the ensuing 2-point conversion to make it a eight-point game late in the fourth quarter, but Saint Louis ultimately was able to hold on for the victory.
Crusaders remain at No. 1 with Punahou and Mililani right behind.
Moanalua will face Mililani, who moved up to No. 3, Monday night in OIA D1 semis.
Damien junior Logan Lauti rushes for 175 yards and three touchdowns in the win.
The Sabers claim Sledge Hammer trophy and OIA Open Division second seed.
The Bulldogs recorded seven sacks to rally from an early deficit against the Chargers.
Elena Oglivie paced Raiders with 24 kills and 4 blocks.