OIA makes minor changes to Division I football schedule

The Oahu Interscholastic Association announced a revision to its Division I football schedule in an email from league coordinator Harold Tanaka Monday morning. 

The change only affects the six teams in D1, who will now open their five-game league schedule a week later than the rest of the OIA teams in the Open Division and D2. 

The D1 games that were scheduled for the weekend of Oct. 15-16 have been rescheduled to the final week of the regular season on Dec. 4; those games are Roosevelt at Waipahu and Aiea at Kailua, while Moanalua and Castle each have a bye that weekend. 

The opening slate of D1 games features three games on Friday, Oct. 22: Kailua at Waipahu, Aiea at Moanalua and Castle at No. 14 Roosevelt. 

The top two teams in Division I after the regular season qualify for the OIA championship game on Saturday, Dec. 11. That game will be hosted by the higher-seeded team. 

There were no changes made to the OIA's Open or D2 schedules. 

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