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ScoringLive staffOctober 6, 2018, 9:58pm
Sat, Oct 6, 2018 @ Waianae [ 6:30 pm ]
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.
Iolani thwarts Moanalua in OT to set up fourth meeting with Punahou in the semis.
Punahou's Williams, Shor and Saint Louis' Goo, LaManna named ILH Most Valuable Players.
Mules' senior swingman scored in double figures in nine regular season contests.
Red Raiders' sophomore guard helped Kahuku go 14-0 during the OIA season.
Future Rainbow Wahine helped Na Menehune go 8-0-1 during the regular season.
The senior striker finished as the state's leading scorer with 25 goals.