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Prep Football Preview Special
Prep Football Preview
Game of the Week
ScoringLive staffSeptember 18, 2021, 5:30am
The Big Island Interscholastic Federation released its updated football schedule for this fall on Friday morning in an email from BIIF football coordinator and Kau High athletic director Kalei Namohala.
The league schedule begins on Friday, Oct. 15 with a pair of Division II games. Kau will visit Kamehameha-Hawaii, while Honokaa will play host to Kohala on opening night. Pahoa will visit Hawaii Prep the next day.
The Division I schedule gets underway the following weekend, with No. 11 Hilo visiting Konawaena on Friday, Oct. 22. Waiakea will host Keaau at Ken Yamase Memorial Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 23.
The five teams in Division I are Hilo, Konawaena, Kealakehe, Waiakea and Keaau, while Kamehameha-Hawaii, Hawaii Prep, Honokaa, Kohala, Kau and Pahoa make up the teams in D2.
All teams will play a single round-robin schedule within their division. D1 teams will have a four-game schedule, with the top four teams advancing to the league semifinals on Friday, Nov. 26. D2 teams will play five regular-season games and also have a four-team tournament, with the semifinals held on Saturday, Dec. 4.
The winners of the league championship games — D1 to be held on Friday, Dec. 3 and D2 on Saturday, Dec. 11 — will advance to the HHSAA state tournament, which is scheduled for late December and early January.
A complete BIIF football schedule, subject to change, is listed below.
Big Island Interscholastic Federation football schedule (as of Sept. 17)
Friday, Oct. 15Kau at KamehamehaKohala at Honokaa
Saturday, Oct. 16Pahoa at Hawaii Prep
Friday, Oct. 22Hilo at KonawaenaHawaii Prep at Honokaa
Saturday, Oct. 23Keaau at WaiakeaPahoa at KohalaKamehameha-Hawaii at Kealakehe*
Friday, Oct. 29Waiakea at KealakeheHonokaa at Kamehameha-Hawaii
Saturday, Oct. 30Keaau at KonawaenaKohala at Kau
Friday, Nov. 5Kealakehe at KeaauPahoa at Kamehameha-Hawaii
Saturday, Nov. 6Waiakea at HiloKau at Hawaii Prep
Thursday, Nov. 11Keaau at Kamehameha-Hawaii*
Friday, Nov. 12Kealakehe at HiloPahoa at Honokaa
Saturday, Nov. 13Konawaena at WaiakeaHawaii Prep at Kohala
Friday, Nov. 19Hilo at KeaauKonawaena at Kealakehe
Saturday, Nov. 20Honokaa at KauKohala at Kamehameha-Hawaii
Friday, Nov. 26Division I semifinal at higher seedDivision I semifinal at higher seed
Saturday, Nov. 27Pahoa at KauKamehameha-Hawaii at Hawaii Prep
Friday, Dec. 3 Division I championship at higher seed
Saturday, Dec. 4Division II semifinal at higher seedDivision II semifinal at higher seed
Saturday, Dec. 11Division II championship at higher seed
*indicates non-league game
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