Bears, Sabers fail to score in road losses

Maui High School’s Torryn Kauhaahaa-Sulusi looks to cut around the Kamehameha Hawaii defense during the Sabers’ 23-0 loss to the Warriors on Saturday night in Keaau, Hawaii. -- Hawaii Tribune-Herald / TIM WRIGHT photo

Maui High School’s Torryn Kauhaahaa-Sulusi looks to cut around the Kamehameha Hawaii defense during the Sabers’ 23-0 loss to the Warriors on Saturday night in Keaau, Hawaii. -- Hawaii Tribune-Herald / TIM WRIGHT photo

The Maui News

The Baldwin and Maui high school football teams were both shut out in non-league games Saturday.

Chevan Cordeiro passed for 162 yards and a touchdown and also ran for another score as defending open-division state champion Saint Louis defeated Baldwin 61-0 at Aloha Stadium on Oahu.

The Crusaders scored 26 points — including two touchdowns on blocked punts — in the first quarter to take control. Saint Louis outgained the Bears 395-44 on offense.

Samiu Oto led Baldwin with 25 yards on 15 carries.

Sabers quarterback Kainalu Tancayo looks to pass. -- Hawaii Tribune-Herald / TIM WRIGHT photo

Sabers quarterback Kainalu Tancayo looks to pass. -- Hawaii Tribune-Herald / TIM WRIGHT photo

On the Big Island, Maui High dropped a 23-0 decision to Kamehameha Hawaii.

The Maui Interscholastic League fell to 2-4 in non-league games this season with two to play — Baldwin hosts California powerhouse Mission Viejo at War Memorial Stadium on Aug. 19, and Kamehameha Maui hosts Valley Center (Calif.) on Aug. 25.

In an eight-player preseason game on Molokai, the two-time defending MIL champion Farmers lost to Pahoa 32-27.

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