No. 6 Kamehameha controls Waianae


Sat, Oct 6, 2018 @ Waianae [ 6:30 pm ]

Final 1 2 3 4 OT
WNAE (1-7-0) 0 0 0 0 - 0
KSK (4-5-0) 3 14 10 0 - 27
Pass: K. Poepoe (WNAE) 95 yd 0 TD  Rush: A. Serrao (KSK) 77 yd 0 TD  Rec: D. Tuinei (WNAE) 38 yd 0 TD

Visiting Kamehameha scored in all three facets of the game to beat Waianae, 27-0, in an Open Division interleague contest at Ramond Torii Field Saturday night.

Skyler Ramos caught and threw a touchdown pass and Lancen Dung returned a fumble 17 yards to help the sixth-ranked Warriors improve to 4-4 overall.

Preston Rezentes kicked three PATs and booted a 29-yard field goal in the first quarter and Luke Hamacon added a 39-yard field goal for Kamehameha's other points.

The Warriors' defense also forced six turnovers and racked up six sacks in the win.

Waianae dropped to 1-6 with the loss, but the Seariders were able to hold their own defensively with three interceptions.




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