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Game of the Week
ScoringLive staffJanuary 25, 2023, 7:24am
Tue, Jan 24, 2023 @ Waipahu
Defending OIA Division I boys soccer champ Mililani keeps rolling.
The Trojans notched a 4-0 shutout over Campbell Tuesday night in the league's quarterfinals at Waipahu's Masa Yonamine Athletic Complex.
Mililani moves on to face Kaiser in the second semifinal at the Cougars' stadium Thursday night.
Andre Estaniqui scored a pair of goals at the 61st and 66th minute to help the Trojans put the game away against the Sabers. He currently leads the team in goals scored with 24.
Keegan McGehee's goal from the right flank in the 36th minute gave the Trojans a much-needed score heading into the break. Kanoa Zarko added a late goal in the 79th minute to close out the scoring for Mililani.
It's worth noting that all of the Trojans' second-half goals came after starting Campbell keeper Zane Wdzieczkowski left the match with a head injury. Wdzieczkowski, a freshman call-up from the junior varsity, made numerous saves in the first half to keep the Sabers in it as Mililani spent most of the first 40 minutes on the offensive side of the pitch.
The Cougars earned their way into the semifinals by virtue of a 1-0 win over Aiea. Leo Davies scored an early goal to punch Kaiser's ticket into the next round.
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