King Kekaulike vs. Baldwin
Today, War Memorial Stadium, 7 p.m.
Keenan Luis and Baldwin High School can clinch an 11th trip to the Division I state tournament in 12 years today.
The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photo
Baldwin can clinch its 11th trip to the Division I state tournament in the last 12 seasons with a victory. King Kekaulike is looking to win a second Maui Interscholastic League game for the first time since 2010. The Bears rank second in the league on offense, and third on defense. Na Alii are last on offense, and fourth on defense. Baldwin beat King Kekaulike 27-3 on Sept. 21.
Na Alii at a glance
Ryley Widell is third in the league in passing yards, with 428, and is also ranks 14th in rushing yards (165). Joshua Ogata is seventh in the league in receptions, with 15, Austin Ferreira is ninth with nine and Brandon Haupu is tied for 10th with eight. Kawika Homalon is 11th in the MIL in rushing (178 yards).
Second-Round MIL standings
Overall MIL record in parentheses
|Maui High (4-3)||2||1||.667||90||47|
|King Kekaulike (1-6)||1||2||.333||62||135|
|KS Maui (1-7)||0||4||.000||72||156|
x-won first-round division championship,
y-clinched overall division championship
Friday, Oct. 18
Lahainaluna 48, Baldwin 3
Saturday, Oct. 19
Maui High 41, Kamehameha Maui 20
King Kekaulike vs. Baldwin at War Memorial Stadium, 7 p.m.
Lahainaluna vs. Maui High at War Memorial Stadium, 7 p.m.
End of regular season
Saturday, Oct. 2
Division I playoff: Baldwin vs. Maui High at War Memorial Stadium, 7 p.m., if necessary
Bears at a glance
Jeremiah Badillo is the only passer in the league with more than 17 attempts to complete more than 50 percent of his throws, going 70-for-108 for 856 yards. He has 11 touchdown passes, needing two more to claim the MIL lead. Kawela Kaeo-Mata leads the league with 40 catches.
Lahainaluna vs. Maui High
Saturday, War Memorial Stadium, 7 p.m.
Lahainaluna can finish a 10-0 regular season for the first time in school history. Maui High needs a win, coupled with a Baldwin loss Friday, to force a Division I MIL championship game next week. Lahainaluna leads the league offensively and defensively by wide margins. Maui High is third on offense, and second on defense. Lahainaluna won the team's first meeting this year 37-7 on Sept. 20.
Lunas at a glance
Jared Rocha-Islas leads the league in rushing yards (674), touchdowns (13) and points (118). Makoa Filikitonga is second in rushing (658 yards) and third in touchdowns (seven). He has scoring runs in each MIL game - the shortest is 21 yards. Christian Whitehead is fourth in rushing (529 yards), with eight touchdowns.
Sabers at a glance
Elijah Tasini is fifth in rushing (442 yards), Daniel Kelley is seventh (389) and Onosai Emelio is eighth (325). Emelio is fifth in scoring, with 36 points, and Kelley is sixth, with 32. In just two starts, Austin Hoe has moved into fifth in MIL passing yards, with 254. Jared Kapi-si is tied for fourth in receptions (20) and ranks third in points (45).