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Thursday, November 23, 2006

US Poly Football Round Up (CA, HI, WA)

Solomona Aigamaua DL, 6'3, 205, Sr (St Louis HS, Honolulu, HI): Transferred from Leone HS (Amerika Samoa) as a junior to St Louis HS. Led the Crusaders in a defensive struggle over Wai'anae 10-7. Aigamaua had 6 tackles and 1 sack for a 12 yard loss. Linebacker Jacob Barit (LB, 6'2, 215, Sr) scored the game tying touchdown with a 7 yard interception return and had 4 tackles. Defensive Back Marc Moody had 5 tackles, an interception and a pass breakup.
Honolulu SB
HHSAA

Justin Jumawan-Perreira DB, 5'7, 170, Sr (Kaua'i HS, Lihue, HI): Returned a pair of interceptions for touchdowns as the Red Raiders knocked the Marauders out of the state tournament and advanced to the Divison II championship game. The safety picked off Waipahu quarterback Gil Fernandez on the 20-yard line and ran it in for a 7-6 lead in the second quarter then grabbed another of Fernandez's offerings and returned it 55 yards for a score to seal it. Perreira finished the game with three tackles in addition to his two interceptions.
Honolulu SB
HHSAA

Shannon Kamakaokalani RB, 5'4, 140, Sr (King Kekaulike, Pukalani, HI): Rushed for 1,079 yards and 17 touchdowns during the regular season, both the best totals in Maui Interscholastic League. Though he didn’t enter the end zone on Friday, Kamakaokalani put up 140 yards and was part of an 1-2 ground-game punch with Michael Douglas. “We have a lot of love on this team, as you can see’’ Kenton said as Kamakaokalani left to celebrate elsewhere after Na Alii clinched their first berth in a state championship football game – the first for the MIL, in fact – with a 38-37 win over Iolani in a First Hawaiian Bank Championships Division II semifinal.
Maui News
Honolulu SB

Loka Kanongata'a RB/DB, 5'11, 190, Sr (Bellevue HS, WA): Scored 3 touchdowns (79, 2, 39) in a 47-0 route of Auburn (WA) to advance to the 3A State Finals. Kanongata'a (pictured #6) had the games first two scores on a 79 yard run in the first quarter and a 2 yard run in the second quarter. Kanongata'a finished with 159 yards on 10 rushes.
Seattle PI
Seattle Times
King County Journal
Tacoma Tribune



  • Loka Kanongata'a bellevue

  • Grade — Senior.

  • Sport — Football.

  • Accomplishments — Kanongata'a ran for 159 yards and three touchdowns during Friday's semifinal victory against No. 2 Auburn.

  • Favorite class: Government (Mr. Best).

  • If you were in charge of your sport, what would you change (if anything) - and why would you change it?: The O-line and front four would get more credit. They work hard and get no glory.

  • Did you know?: Kanongata'a considers himself a proud survivor of Fort Warden (Bellevue's preseason retreat).
  • King County Journal

    Justin Lata
    5'11, 220, Jr (Narbonne HS, Harbor City, CA): Had 11 tackles and 1 sack in a 30-7 loss to Crenshaw. Finished the season with 189 tackles and 8 sacks for the season.

    Sione Mataele RB, 6'0, 260, Jr (Palo Alto HS, CA): On the final possession of the fourth overtime, Palo Alto's junior fullback, a 6-foot, 260-pounder, plowed through the Palma defensive line from just inside the 1-yard line on 3rd-and-goal to give the Vikings a 41-38 win over Palma-Salinas in a thrilling Central Coast Section Open Division semifinal game at San Jose City College on Friday night. Mataele (pictured #99) ran for 115 yards on 21 carries and finished with five touchdowns, including three after the game was tied at 14-14 at the end of regulation.
    SF Times, Monterey County Herald, Palo Alto Daily News, Palo Alto Online



















    Havelock Pomele
    RB, Jr (Milpitas HS, CA): Finished with 169 yards on 17 carries including a 82 yard TD against Santa Theresa in a 47-6 win. The Milpitas defense was stifling behind linebacker Steven Fanua (6'1, 200), who turned 15 on Nov. 5 had 8 tackles and has 206 (96 solo) tackles for the season. The sophomore, who is averaging 17 tackles a game, led a defense that held the Saints to 16 yards rushing.
    San Jose Mercury News
    Milpitas Post

    Thomas Su'a RB, 6'0, 205, Sr (St Joseph HS, Santa Maria, CA): Finished an illustrious high school career with 171 yards on 20 carries in a 47-32 defeat to Covina.
    Santa Maria Times

    Jack Sula RB, 5'11, 185, Jr (Carson HS, CA): Junior running back rushed for 219 yards and three touchdowns in 29 carries, and had a key interception late in the fourth quarter, as the seventh-seeded Colts upset second-seeded Los Angeles Dorsey in a Division quarterfinal at Rancho Cienega Park. Tackles Faasee Pelo (6'3, 285, Sr) and Matthew Hunt (6'2, 301, Jr), guards Sean Enesi (6'1, 290, Sr) and Sala Tela (6'0, 310, Sr), center Andrew Perez, and tight end Morrell Presley all paved the way for Sula's massive night.
    Los Angeles Times, Daily Breeze

    Shiloah Te'o & Pelefoni Soliai (Kahuku HS, HI): Shiloah Te'o (DB, 5'11, 190, Sr) took a lateral pass from quarterback Richard Torres, and hit Pele Soliai (WR, 5'10, 150, Sr) with a bomb that he took into the end zone to give Kahuku an amazing 22-20 victory in the semifinals of the First Hawaiian Bank Division I State Football Championships last night at Aloha Stadium. Next Friday, the Red Raiders will play Saint Louis, a 10-7 winner over Waianae in last night's late semifinal. Soliai pictured left had only reception in the game, the game winning touchdown. Kahuku RB's Junior Mata'afa (5'10, 195, Jr) was 9-112 and a 80 yard TD run and Lehi Aumua (5'8, 180, Sr) was 19-100. On the defensive side Linebacker Siaosi Tafuna (5'11, 210, Sr) led Kahuku with 6 tackles and 2.5 tackles for loss and Safety Gary Nagy (6'2, 180, Sr) had 2 interceptions, 2 tackles, and 141 yards on 6 combines kick and punt returns with a long of 60. Baldwin was lead on defense by Kyle Kaimiola-Ka'aihue (LB, 5'8, 187, Jr) with 12 tackles (1o unassisted and 3.5 for loss), Kaulana Alo-Kaonohi's (LB, 5'8, 184, Jr)11 tackles (8 unassisted), and David Ka'anana's (LB, 5'8, 165, Jr) 10 tackles (all unassisted).
    Honolulu SB
    HHSAA
    Maui News

    Honolulu Star Bulletin 11-29-06 Article

    Everette Thompson DE/TE, 6'5, 240, Jr (Kennedy HS, Burien, WA): Junior was selected All Conference (Seamount-King) this season. Had 6 tackles in Kennedy's 28-13 win over Kamakian and will face Bellevue next week for the 3A State Championships.
    Seattle Times

    Johnny Toloumu RB, 6'1, 215, Sr (Long Beach Poly, CA): Overcame a first-half shoulder injury to rush for 142 yards and scored on a 13 yard TD run on a sweep to the left. Poly defeated Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 31-21 and will play Orange Lutheran next week.
    LB Press Telegram
    Los Angeles Times

    Jordan Vaeena RB, 5'9, 215, Sr (Oceanside HS, CA): Rushed 12 times for 88 yards in a 50-13 win over West Hills and will face Eastlake in the semifinals next week.
    North County Times

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