No. 10 Kapolei bowls over Kealakehe


Sat, Aug 6, 2022 @ Kapolei [ 3:00 pm ]

Final 1 2 3 4 T
Kealakehe (1-6-0) 0 0 0 00
Kapolei (5-1-0) 28 28 7 770

The Kapolei football team looked like it was already in midseason form in its season opener Saturday afternoon.

The tenth-ranked Hurricanes scored on every possession en route to their largest win in school history, a 70-0 drubbing over visiting Kealakehe in a non-league matchup at the Alvin Nagasako Sports Complex.

Sophomore quarterback Liatama "Tama" Amisone was a maestro for the home team, completing 16 of 16 passes for 234 yards and seven touchdowns in two quarters of work. He also ran for a 26-yard score on a QB draw play.

Kapolei QB Liatama “Tama” Amisone fires a deep pass against Kealakehe in the second quarter. Michael Lasquero | SL    Purchase image

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