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Wednesday, December 06, 2006

US Poly Football Round Up: Week of Dec 1-2

Randen Abafo DB, 5'10, 165, Sr (King Kekaulike HS, Pukalani, Maui): Scored on a 22 yard interception for the game's first score and on a 38 yard fumble return for a TD in the second quarter to lead King Kekaulike to a 33-20 win over Kaua'i for the Hawai'i State DII State Championship. Running Back Shannon Kamakaokalani (5'4, 140, Sr) also had 142 yards rushing on 17 attempts including a 27 yard TD in the 3rd Quarter.
Honolulu SB
HHSAA
Maui News
Maui News

Sione Mataele RB, (Palo Alto HS, CA): Led team to a 23-21 victory over Oak Grove (San Jose) and the Central Coast Section Open Division championship. Mataele carried the ball 23 times for 112 yards and 2 TDs (7, 1) . It also avenged the Vikings' only loss of the year, a 35-14 loss at Oak Grove (11-1-1) in a non-league contest.
SF Chronicle
Palo Alto Daily News


Havelock Pomele RB, 5'10, 200, Jr (Milpitas HS, CA): Rushed for 190 yards on 36 carries helping to lead Milpitas to a 39-21 over Piedmont Hills (San Jose) and the CIFCS Championship. Linebacker Steven Fanua (6'1, 200, Soph) had 14 tackles (8 solo) and 1 sack in the win and finished the season with 220 tackles (104 solo) and 11 sacks for the season.
SF Chronicle
SJ Mercury News


Earnie Sagiao LB, 5'11, 237, Jr (Edison HS, Huntington Beach, CA): Had 9 tackles (2 solo) in Edison's 14-3 win over Santa Margarita (Rancho Santa Margarita). Sagiao has 130 tackles (37 solo) and 7 sacks for the season. Edison will play Orange Lutheran on Saturday at the Home Depot Center in Carson.

Lincoln Togiai LB, 6’1, 250, Sr (Elk Grove HS, CA): Had 17 tackles (8 solo) in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Section DI Semi-Finals 17-6 loss to Vacaville. Togiai finished the season with 130 tackles (84 solo).





Richard Torres QB, 5'8, 150 Sr (Kahuku HS, HI): Option Quarterback ran for 108 yards on 20 rushes and completed his second pass of the evening with a 14 yard TD pass to Jordan Kapu with 23 seconds left in the game to lift Kahuku over St Louis for their second straight DI Hawaii State Championship. Running Back Lehi Aumua (5'8, 180, Sr) also ran for 100 yards on 12 rushes. On the defensive side BYU bound Safety Gary Nagy (6'2, 180, Sr) had 6 solo tackles and also filled in for injured punter Ian Rigterink. Defensive lineman Nai Fotu (5'11, 242, Sr) had 5.5 tackles and 2 tackles for loss and Alema Tachibana (6'3, 200, Jr) had 4.5 tackles and 1 sack. St Louis was led on defense by Jacob Barit (LB, 6'2, 215, Sr) with 7.5 tackles and excellent punting, Scott Smith (DE, 6'7, 245, Sr) with 5 tackles and 1 for loss, and Solomona Aigamaua (DE, 6'3, 205, Sr) with 4 tackles and 1 sack.
HHSAA
Honolulu SB


Grant Union High School (Sacramento, CA): Finished the season undefeated (12-0) with a 50-0 route over Union Mine to win the Sacramento-San Joaquin DII Championship. Grant is lead by Defensive Lineman Christian Tupou (6’4, 285, Sr) and Sione Moala (6’0, 235, Jr) and Linebackers Justin Toma (5’11, 220, Sr), Jeru Tupai (5’9, 220, Sr) , John Bloomfield (6’1, 205, Sr).
Sacramento Bee


Carlsbad High School: Defeated Poway to win the San Diego Section Division I title and finish the season 10-0-2. Carlsbad was led by Junior Wally So'oto (NG, 6'0, 200) who was selected 1st Team All State (All Sophomore Team) by Cal-Hi Sports in 2005.
SD Tribune


Hayward High School (12-1): HAAL league champion advanced to the 3A North Coast Section championship versus Cardinal Newman (Santa Rosa) with a 52-21 win over Alhambra. All-HAAL Second Team Tackle Sifa Etu (6’2, 305, Sr) leads a 3 headed running game.
Daily Review


Oceanside High School (9-3-1): Edged Helix 14-7 for its third straight San Diego Section Division II Crown. Polynesian starters included Zeke Mauga (LB, 6'0, 205, Jr), David Motu (DT, 6'0, 210, Sr), Matthew Segi (LB, 5'11, 225, Jr) Otis Siatiu (G, 5'8, 215, Jr), Roy Tialavea (LB, 5'11, 190, Jr), Jordan Vaeena (DE, 5'9, 210, Sr). Vaeena also scored on a 9 yard run in the 4th quarter to put Oceanside up 14-0.
SD Tribune

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