Trojans too much for Governors to handle


Sat, Oct 27, 2018 @ Mililani [ 6:30 pm ]

Final 1 2 3 4 OT
FARR (2-10-0) 0 0 7 0 - 7
MIL (10-3-0) 18 15 14 0 - 47
Pass: D. Gabriel (MIL) 335 yd 4 TD  Rush: S. Kalani (FARR) 71 yd 1 TD  Rec: R. Chang (MIL) 124 yd 1 TD

Different week, same result.

Mililani defeated Farrington for the second time this season Saturday night in a 47-7 OIA Open Division semifinal victory at John Kauinana Stadium.

Dillon Gabriel threw four touchdown passes to power the Trojans (8-2) into next Friday's championship game against Kahuku, who Mililani beat in the regular season, 38-10. Both teams have already locked up state berths.

Farrington (2-9), who won a three-way coin flip to get into the league playoffs, will face off against Campbell for the OIA's third and final berth into the Division I-Open State Championships.

Both games will be held at Aloha Stadium. The third place game is slated to start at 5:00 p.m., with the championship game to follow 30 minutes after the conclusion of the first game.




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