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ScoringLive staffJanuary 19, 2019, 7:00pm
Sat, Jan 19, 2019 @ Punahou
MAKIKI — A tie never felt so good for the Punahou boys soccer team.
The top-ranked Buffanblu scored twice in the final eight minutes of regulation to rally from a 2-0 first-half deficit to tie No. 3 Iolani, 2-2, in an ILH match at Alexander Field Saturday afternoon.
The Raiders (8-1-1) entered the contest atop the ILH Division I standings and would have clinched the league's first-round title and a state berth with a win.
Instead, Punahou (7-0-2) controls its own destiny now with one more first-round match next Tuesday against Mid-Pacific.
The Buffanblu were kept off the scoreboard until Matthew Fairfax painted the left corner in the 73rd minute. Four minutes later Micah Williams got loose and netted the equalizer on a good look.
Iolani got goals by Brendan Parke in the 15th minute and Elijah Brown in the 37th minute.
The tie ended a eight-game winning streak by the Raiders, who dropped their season opener to Punahou, 1-0.
The Saints jumped up two spots to No. 4 as they await next week's state tournament.
Iolani beat top-ranked Punahou twice last week in ILH Division I second round play.
Both the Trojans and Surfriders have a first round bye in the OIA Division I playoffs.
Kaiser ended Kahuku's nine-year reign to win its first OIA championship.
Trojans won their first girls title since 2008 while Rams won their 20th boys title.
Sabers down Mules for second consecutive OIA title and seeded state tournament berth.