Maui High vs. Baldwin
Today, War Memorial Stadium, 7 p.m.
Keelan Ewaliko has helped Baldwin High School rank second in the Maui Interscholastic League in offense this season.
The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photo
Baldwin jumps into second-round play with a chance to take a tight grasp on an eighth consecutive Maui Interscholastic League Division I championship. Maui High is seeking three league wins in a season for the second straight year. The Bears defeated the Sabers 25-5 on Sept. 1. Maui High is last in the league on offense, and second on defense. Baldwin is second on offense, and fourth on defense.
Sabers at a glance
Justin McCrary leads the league in rushing and has accounted for 89 percent of Maui High's total ground yardage. Moana Vainikolo has scored twice on his four carries. Jared Kapisi is second in the league in passes caught and receiving yards, and has kicked a pair of field goals.
MIL SECOND-ROUND STANDINGS
Overall MIL record in parentheses
x-won first-round championship
|Maui High (2-3)||0||1||.000||14||21|
|KS Maui (2-3)||1||0||1.000||21||14|
|King Kekaulike (0-5)||0||1||.000||0||42|
Friday, Sept. 28
Lahainaluna 42, King Kekaulike 0
Saturday, Sept. 29
Kamehameha Maui 21, Maui High 14
Maui High vs. Baldwin at War Memorial Stadium, 7 p.m.
Lahainaluna at Kamehameha Maui, 7 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 12
Kamehameha Maui at King Kekaulike,
Saturday, Oct. 13
Lahainaluna vs. Baldwin at War Memorial Stadium, 7 p.m.
Bears at a glance
Linebacker Jordan Hoiem will miss his fifth straight league game with a stress fracture, and MIL-leading receiver Ryan Garces is out for the season with a broken ankle. Abraham Reinhardt is tied for second in scoring - he has four touchdowns on kick returns, one on a fumble return and one receiving.
Lahainaluna at Kamehameha Maui
Saturday, Kanaiaupuni Stadium, 7 p.m.
Lahainaluna will try to stretch its scoreless streak, which now stands at 21 quarters dating back to Aug. 17, in a showdown that will go a long way toward deciding the Maui Interscholastic League Division II second-round race. The Lunas won the first matchup 36-0 on Aug. 31. Kamehameha Maui ranks third in the league on offense and last on defense. Lahainaluna leads both categories, gaining nearly four times as many yards as it is giving up.
Lunas at a glance
Semisi Filikitonga and Kiko Kohler-Fonohema spearhead a rushing attack that has averaged 217.2 yards per game. Jared Rocha-Isalas and Tytus Lucas are also in the league's top 10 rushers. Kohler-Fonohema is the leading scorer in the league and No. 2 passer with five touchdowns and one interception in 62 attempts.
Warriors at a glance
Quarterback Kalai Yap will miss a second straight game with concussion symptoms. Chase Newton, fourth in the MIL in receiving, will again start at quarterback. Running back Makoa Medeiros is also banged up - Stephen Barut and Devonte Llanes will move up if Medeiros can't go.