2011 Oahu Interscholastic Association Football Season

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2011 Oahu Interscholastic Association Football Season
League HHSAA
Sport Football
Duration Aug 11 - Nov 25
Number of teams 23
TV partner(s) OC16
Regular season
OIA Red Champion
OIA White Champion
Kahuku
Waipahu
Season MVP

Red-East:

  • Tyler Taumua (FAR)
  • Kawehena Johnson (KAH)

Red-West:

  • Kenan Sadanaga (LEI)
  • Giovanni Stevenson (CAMP)

White:

  • Kaimi Paredes (PC)
  • Siaosi Halaapiapi (KAIM)
Top scorer Red: Tyler Taumua (FAR)
White: Fia Duarte (McK)
Football seasons
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2012 →
2011 OIA Football Standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
OIA Red-East
#1 Kahuku   5 1         12 1  
#5 Farrington   6 0         10 2  
#17 Kailua   4 2         4 5  
#13 Moanalua   3 3         5 5  
Castle   2 4         2 7  
Kaiser   1 5         2 7  
Roosevelt   0 6         0 8  
OIA Red-West
#3 Leilehua 6 0 0     10 2 1
#7 Campbell   5 1         8 2  
#10 Waianae   3 3         4 6  
#11 Mililani   2 4         4 6  
#12 Aiea   2 4         4 6  
#18 Kapolei   2 4         3 6  
#22 Radford   1 5         1 7  
OIA White
#20 Waipahu   6 2         9 3  
#23 Pearl City   8 0         9 3  
#24 Kaimuki   7 1         8 2  
McKinley   5 3         6 4  
Kalani   3 5         3 5  
Kalaheo   2 6         2 6  
Anuenue   2 6         2 7  
Nanakuli   2 6         2 7  
Waialua   1 7         1 7  
As of November 27, 2012; Rankings from AP Poll

The 2011 OIA Football Season was the 71st HHSAA football season for the Oahu Interscholastic Association. Comprising 23 member schools, the season started on 11 August 2011 and ended with the HHSAA State Championship Game on 25 November 2011.

Previous Season[edit]

The 2010 OIA Champions were the Mililani High School Trojans (5-1) for the OIA Red[1] (after a forfeit by the Kahuku Red Raiders following an investigation into an ineligible player by the OIA[2]) and the Kaimuki High School Bulldogs (8-0) for the OIA White.[3]

In the post season HHSAA State Championship, Mililani went on to lose to Waianae.[4] Waianae later lost to St. Louis of the ILH for the state title.[5] Kaimuki reached the state championship but lost to Iolani, also of the ILH, for the Division II title.[6]

Pre-Season[edit]

Interleague[edit]

The 2011 Season began with schools of all 3 divisions playing against schools outside the OIA.

Date OIA Team Opponent Opponent League Venue Result
August 11 Leilehua Mighty Mules Service Cougars ASAA (Alaska) Hugh Yoshida Stadium • Wahiawa, HI 34-34 (T)
August 12 Roosevelt Rough Riders Punahou Buffnblu ILH Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI PUN 0-38
August 13 Kaimuki Bulldogs Hawaii Prep Ka Makani BIIF Stanford W. Shutes Field • Kamuela, HI KAIM 21-14
August 13 Kalani Falcons Kapa'a Warriors KIF Aloha StadiumHalawa, HI KAP 26-27
August 13 Aiea Na Ali'i St. Louis Crusaders ILH Aiea Field • Aiea, HI STL 14-22
August 13 Radford Rams Iolani Raiders ILH Aloha Stadium • Halawa, HI IOL 7-26
August 13 Kailua Surfriders Kealakehe Waveriders BIIF Kealakehe Stadium • Kailua-Kona, HI KEAL 34-36
August 13 Farrington Governors KS-Kapalama Warriors ILH Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI FAR 26-21
August 19 Kaiser Cougars St. Louis Crusaders ILH Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI STL 0-51
August 19 Moanalua Na Menehune Damien Monarchs ILH Moanalua Stadium • Salt Lake, HI MOAN 27-7
August 19 Kailua Surfriders Punahou Buffnblu ILH Kailua Stadium • Kailua, HI PUN 7-31
August 20 Farrington Governors Iolani Raiders ILH Kozuki Stadium • Honolulu, HI FAR 42-7
August 20 Castle Knights Pac-Five Wolf Pack ILH Castle Stadium • Kaneohe, HI CAS 15-0
August 20 Kahuku Red Raiders KS-Kapalama Warriors ILH Aloha Stadium • Halawa, HI KAH 13-3
August 26 Campbell Sabers Punahou Buffnblu ILH Alexander Field • Honolulu, HI CAMP 14-0
August 26 Kapolei Hurricanes Pac-Five Wolf Pack ILH Kapolei Stadium • Kapolei, HI PAC 0-20
August 26 Leilehua Mighty Mules Damien Monarchs ILH Hugh Yoshida Stadium • Wahiawa, HI LEI 38-0
August 26 Radford Rams KS-Kapalama Warriors ILH John Velasco Stadium • Honolulu, HI KSK 14-31
August 27 Waianae Seariders Iolani Raiders ILH Kozuki Stadium • Honolulu, HI IOL 14-21

Red rows indicate an OIA loss.

Interdivision[edit]

OIA schools also played against other OIA schools in other divisions.

Date Home Away Home Division Away Division Venue Result
August 12 Kaiser Cougars Nanakuli Golden Hawks Red-East White Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI KAIS 0-0 (F)
August 12 Kahuku Red Raiders Waianae Seariders Red-East Red-West Carleton Weimer Field • Kahuku, HI KAH 26-0
August 12 Moanalua Na Menehuna Mililani Trojans Red-East Red-West Moanalua Stadium • Salt Lake, HI MIL 7-36
August 12 Castle Knights McKinley Tigers Red-East White Castle Stadium • Kaneoha, HI McK 0-14
August 12 Kapolei Hurricanes Pearl City Chargers Red-West White Kapolei Stadium • Kapolei, HI PC 54-0
August 12 Waipahu Marauders Campbell Sabers White Red-West Waipahu Stadium • Waipahu HI CAMP 0-68
August 13 Roosevelt Rough Riders Aiea Na Alii Red-West Red-East Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI AIEA 0-24

Red rows indicate a hometeam loss.

Regular Season[edit]

Rankings are Freeman state rankings (includes all HHSAA leagues and divisions) as of the week of the game. Only top 10 ranking numbers are shown.

Week 1[edit]

No regular games were played during Week 1. Only interleague games were played.

Week 2[edit]

Date Visiting Team Home Team Venue Division TV/Radio Result
August 19 8Waianae Campbell Campbell Stadium • Ewa Beach, HI OIA Red-West CAMP 14-21 (OT)
August 19 2Leilehua Kapolei Kapolei Stadium • Kapolei, HI OIA Red-West LEI 27-19
August 19 Waipahu Nanakuli Nanakuli Field • Nanakuli, HI OIA White WAIP 26-6
August 20 Pearl City Anuenue Toshi Nakasone Field • Waialua, HI OIA White PC 47-6
August 20 Kaimuki McKinley Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA White KAIM 22-0
August 20 Kalaheo Waialua Toshi Nakasone Field • Waialua, HI OIA White KAL 40-0
August 20 Radford 6Mililani John Kauinana Stadium • Mililani, HI OIA Red-West RAD 14-7

Red rows indicate a hometeam loss.

Week 3[edit]

Date Visiting Team Home Team Venue Division TV/Radio Result
August 26 Moanalua Castle Castle Stadium • Kaneohe, HI OIA Red-East MOAN 38-7
August 26 4Farrington Kaiser Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA Red-East FAR 46-0
August 26 1Kahuku Kailua Kailua Stadium • Kailua, HI OIA Red- East KAH 23-7
August 26 McKinley Waipahu Waipahu Stadium • Waipahu, HI OIA White WAIP 37-24
August 27 Kaimuki Anuenue Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA White KAIM 0-0 (F)
August 27 Waialua Kalani Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA White KAL 27-0
August 20 Nanakuli Kalaheo Kailua Stadium • Kailua, HI OIA White NAN 21-20

Red rows indicate a hometeam loss.

Week 4[edit]

Date Visiting Team Home Team Venue Division TV/Radio Result
September 2 Kaimuki Waialua Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA White KAIM 44-7
September 2 Kailua Roosevelt Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA Red-East KAIL 49-0
September 2 Kaiser 1Kahuku Carleton Weimer Field • Kahuku, HI OIA Red-East KAH 55-0
September 2 Kapolei Aiea Aiea Field • Aiea, HI OIA Red-West KAP 17-14
September 2 Mililani Waianae Raymond Torii Stadium • Waianae, HI OIA Red-West OC16 MIL 19-0
September 2 McKinley Anuenue Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA White McK 45-12
September 3 Castle 3Farrington Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA Red-East FAR 13-50
September 3 5Campbell 4Leilehua Hugh Yoshida Stadium • Wahiawa, HI OIA Red-East LEI 13-32
September 3 Waipahu Kalani Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA White WAIP 28-14
September 3 Pearl City Nanakuli Nanakuli Field • Nanakuli, HI OIA White PC 27-12

Red rows indicate a hometeam loss.

Week 5[edit]

Date Visiting Team Home Team Venue Division TV/Radio Result
September 9 Roosevelt 1Kahuku Carleton Weimer Field • Kahuku, HI OIA Red-East KAH 0-52
September 9 Kailua 2Farrington Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA Red-East FAR 0-25
September 9 Kaiser Moanalua Moanalua Stadium • Salt Lake, HI OIA Red-East MOAN 7-46
September 9 Aiea 3Leilehua Hugh Yoshida Stadium • Wahiawa, HI OIA Red-West LEI 6-21
September 9 Kapolei Waianae Raymond Torii Stadium • Waianae, HI OIA Red-West OC16 WNAE 14-30
September 9 6Campbell Radford John Velasco Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA Red-West CAMP 56-21
September 9 McKinley Pearl City Edwin Neves Stadium • Pearl City, HI OIA White ESPN 1500 PC 20-31
September 9 Waialua Waipahu Waipahu Stadium • Waipahu, HI OIA White WAIP 0-42
September 9 Kalani Kalaheo Kailua Stadium • Kailua, HI OIA White KAL 39-36
September 10 Nanakuli Kaimuki Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA White KAIM 0-46

Red rows indicate a hometeam loss.

Week 6[edit]

Date Visiting Team Home Team Venue Division TV/Radio Result
September 16 Anuenue Waialua Toshi Nakasone Field • Waialua, HI OIA White ANU 38-14
September 16 Castle Kaiser Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA Red-East CAS 22-9
September 16 Moanalua Kailua Kailua Stadium • Kailua, HI OIA Red-East KAIL 3-7
September 16 2Farrington Roosevelt Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA Red-East FAR 63-0
September 16 Mililani 7Campbell Campbell Stadium • Ewa Beach, HI OIA Red-West OC16 CAMP 12-32
September 16 Radford Kapolei Kapolei Stadium • Kapolei, HI OIA Red-West KAP 13-15
September 16 Waianae Aiea Aiea Field • Aiea, HI OIA White WNAE 6-0
September 16 McKinley Nanakuli Nanakuli Field • Nanakuli, HI OIA White McK 50-6
September 17 Kaimuki Kalaheo Kailua Stadium • Kailua, HI OIA White KAIM 35-21
September 17 Pearl City Kalani Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA White PC 35-29

Red rows indicate a hometeam loss.

Week 7[edit]

Date Visiting Team Home Team Venue Division TV/Radio Result
September 23 Nanakuli Anuenue Edwin Neves Stadium • Pearl City, HI OIA White ANU 40-48
September 23 Castle Roosevelt Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA Red-East ESPN 1500 CAS 48-19
September 23 Moanalua 1Kahuku Carleton Weimer Field • Kahuku, HI OIA Red-East KAH 7-14
September 23 6Campbell Kapolei Kapolei Stadium • Kapolei, HI OIA Red-West OC16 CAMP 29-14
September 23 Mililani Aiea Aiea Field • Aiea, HI OIA Red-West AIEA 6-7
September 23 Waialua Pearl City Edwin Neves Stadium • Pearl City, HI OIA White PC 6-34
September 23 10Kaimuki Kalani Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA White KAIM 28-0
September 23 Kalaheo Waipahu Waipahu Stadium • Waipahu, HI OIA White WAIP 26-42
September 24 Kaiser Kailua Kailua Stadium • Kailua, HI OIA Red-East KAIL 2-44
September 24 Radford 3Leilehua Hugh Yoshida Stadium • Wahiawa, HI OIA Red-West LEI 0-52

Red rows indicate a hometeam loss.

Week 8[edit]

Date Visiting Team Home Team Venue Division TV/Radio Result
September 30 Nanakuli Waialua Toshi Nakasone Field • Waialua, HI OIA White WLUA 7-25
September 30 Roosevelt Moanalua Moanalua Stadium • Salt Lake, HI OIA Red-East MOAN 7-52
September 30 Castle Kailua Kailua Stadium • Kailua, HI OIA Red-East OC16 KAIL 8-28
September 30 2Leilehua Waianae Raymond Torii Stadium • Waianae, HI OIA Red-West LEI 34-20
September 30 Kapolei Mililani John Kauinana Stadium • Mililani, HI OIA Red-West MIL 0-34
October 1 Waipahu Pearl City Edwin Neves Stadium • Pearl City, HI OIA White PC 8-13
October 1 Anuenue Kalaheo Kailua Stadium • Kailua, HI OIA White KAL 26-49
October 1 4Kahuku 1Farrington Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA Red-East ESPN 1500 FAR 13-14
October 1 Radford Aiea Aiea Field • Aiea, HI OIA Red-West AIEA 21-24
September 24 McKinley Kalani Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA White McK 41-10

Red rows indicate a hometeam loss.

Week 9[edit]

Date Visiting Team Home Team Venue Division TV/Radio Result
October 7 Kalani Anuenue Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA White KAL 50-24
October 7 1Farrington Moanalua Moanalua Stadium • Salt Lake, HI OIA Red-East ESPN 1500 FAR 28-24
October 7 Castle 4Kahuku Carleton Weimer Field • Kahuku, HI OIA Red-East KAH 0-35
October 7 Roosevelt Kaiser Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA Red-East KAIS 14-39
October 7 3Leilehua 9Mililani John Kauinana Stadium • Mililani, HI OIA Red-West OC16 LEI 40-33
October 7 Aiea 5Campbell Campbell Stadium • Ewa Beach, HI OIA Red-West CAMP 18-22
October 7 Waialua McKinley Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA White McK 6-42
October 7 Kalaheo Pearl City Edwin Neves Stadium • Pearl City, HI OIA Red-East PC 21-43
October 8 Waianae Radford John Velasco Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA Red-West WNAE 49-13
October 8 Waipahu Kaimuki Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA White ESPN 1500 KAIM 7-35

Red rows indicate a hometeam loss.

Week 10[edit]

Date Visiting Team Home Team Venue Division TV/Radio Result
October 14 Kalani Nanakuli Nanakuli Field • Nanakuli, HI OIA White NAN 6-34
October 14 Kalaheo 25 McKinley Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA White McK 0-40
October 15 Waipahu Anuenue Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA White WAIP 35-8
October 15 11 Kaimuki 22 Pearl City Edwin Neves Stadium • Pearl City, HI OIA White PC 27-29

Red rows indicate a hometeam loss.

OIA Red play-off games not shown (please see play-off brackets below)

Post Season[edit]

OIA Red Play-offs[edit]

Round 1 Wild Card Games[edit]

Date Lower Seed (Visiting) Higher Seed (Home) Result
October 14 E6 Kaiser W3 10 Waianae WAI 16-35
October 14 E5 Castle W4 9 Mililani MIL 7-37
October 14 W5 17 Kapolei E4 14 Moanalua MOAN 13-30
October 15 W6 15 Aiea E3 12 Kailua AIEA 13-12

Finals Bracket[edit]

All ranks are state rankings as of the start of each game.

Quarter Finals @ Higher Seed
October 21, 2011
Semi-Finals @ Aloha Stadium
October 28, 2011
Finals at Aloha Stadium
November 4, 2011
                 
E1 1Farrington 25
W4 8Mililani 20
E1 1Farrington 27
W2 5Campbell 24
W2 5Campbell 13
W6 11Aiea 7
E1 1Farrington 0
E2 2Kahuku 23
E2 3Kahuku 20
W3 10Waianae 16
E2 4Kahuku 9
W1 2Leilehua 7
W1 2Leilehua 40
E4 12Moanalua 7
3rd Place @ Leilehua
November 5, 2011
     
W1 2Leilehua 34
W2 6Campbell 14

Note:

Will advance to play for HHSAA DI championship playoff. see HHSAA DI football championship bracket.
* Denotes Overtime Game

OIA White Play-offs[edit]

^ Clinched state tournament berth

Finals Bracket[edit]

All ranks are state rankings as of the start of each game.

Semifinal @ Higher Seed
October 21, 2011
Championship @ Aloha Stadium
November 4, 2011
           
1 21Pearl City 26
4 25McKinley 12
16Pearl City 7
21Waipahu 9
3 13Kaimuki 22
2 Waipahu 36

Note:

Will advance to play for HHSAA DII championship playoffs. see HHSAA DII football championship bracket.

HHSAA State Tournament[edit]

Division I[edit]

  First Round @ Higher Seed
November 11, 2011
    Semifinals
@ Aloha Stadium
    Championship @ Aloha Stadium
November 25, 2011
                           
        S1  1Kahuku 13  
  S4  14Kealakehe 24     S6  3Leilehua 10    
  S6  3Leilehua 35         S1  1Kahuku 30
      S2  2Punahou 24
        S2  2Punahou 35    
  S3  13Baldwin 28     S3  6Baldwin 0  
  S5  4Farrington 24  

* Denotes overtime game

DIVISION I STATE CHAMPION: Kahuku High School Red Raiders

RUNNER-UP: Punahou School Buffnblu

Division II[edit]

  First Round @ Higher Seed
November 12, 2011
    Semifinals
@ Aloha Stadium
    Championship @ Aloha Stadium
November 25, 2011
                           
        S1  8Iolani 17  
  S4  17Kapaa 7     S4  12Kapaa 13    
  S6  23Pearl City 0         S1  9Iolani 34
      S2  18Waipahu 0
        S2  19Waipahu 19    
  S3  Lahainaluna 23     S3  20Lahainaluna 14  
  S5  22Konawaena 6  

* Denotes overtime game

DIVISION I STATE CHAMPION: Iolani School Raiders

RUNNER-UP: Waipahu High School Marauders

Season Records[edit]

Team/Game Records[edit]

  • Most points, single team: 68, Campbell (vs. Waipahu) — 12 August 2011
  • Most points, total: 77, Campbell (56) and Radford (21) — 9 September 2011
  • Most points, season: 404, Leilehua Mules
  • Largest point margin: 68, Campbell (68) and Waipahu (0) — 12 August 2011
  • Highest net yardage, season: 4300 yards, Farrington
  • Highest net yardage, single game: 622 yards, Kalaheo (vs. Kalani) — 9 September 2011
  • Highest net passing yardage, season: 3455 yards, Leilehua
  • Highest net passing yardage, single game: 386 yards, Leilehua (vs. Moanalua) — 21 October 2011
  • Highest net rushing yardage, season: 3025 yards, Farrington
  • Highest net rushing yardage, single game: 492 yards, Anuenue (vs. Nanakuli) — 23 September 2011

Player Records/League Leaders[edit]

Passing

Name School Division Yards Yards Per Game Completion Percentage
Kenan Sadanaga Leilehua Red-West 3118 239.8 64.6
Jarin Morikawa Mililani Red-West 2597 259.7 61.4
Kaimi Paredes Pearl City White 2048 186.2 57.3
Dillon Turk Moanalua Red-East 1635 163.5 56.8
Justin Tago-Sue Campbell Red-West 1436 130.5 50.7
  • Passers with 100% passer rating:
Name School Yards
Jeremiah Andrade Leilehua 104
Denzel Kalahiki-Gasper McKinley 64

Rushing

Name School Division Yards Yards Per Game Yards Per Carry
Tyler Taumua Farrington Red-East 1727 143.9 7.5
Aofaga Wily Kahuku Red-East 1384 138.4 5.9
Gregorio Alip Waipahu White 1190 99.2 6.8
Kainalu Kaleo Anuenue White 1034 147.7 9.7
Brandon Kekoa Kaimuki White 855 95 6.8

Receiving

Name School Division Yards Yards Per Game Yards Per Carry
Deshawn Duncan-Benson Mililani Red-West 985 98.5 12.5
Jeremiah Andrade Leilehua Red-West 902 82 12.9
Toma Barrett Farrington Red-East 874 72.8 18.2
Kaimi Wilson Mililani Red-West 746 74.6 12.6
Gavin Kim Kalani White 692 76.9 15.4

Scoring

Name School Division Total Points
Tyler Taumua Farrington Red-East 128
Fia Duarte McKinley White 106
Gregorio Alip Waipahu White 104
Brandon Kekoa Kaimuki White 78
Gavin Kim Kalani White 78

College Recruitment[edit]

Name Position School College
Taylor Taliulu S Aiea/Kamehameha Washington State
Benneton Fonua LB Kahuku Hawaii
Stanley Hasiak OL/DL Kapolei Oregon State
Siaosi Halaapiapi LB Kaimuki Wyoming
Leland Mitchell CB Farrington Chabot
Dillon Turk QB Moanalua Trinity International
Gary Copeland C Moanalua Redlands
Russell Siavii S Leilehua Idaho
Lancelot Williams LB Farrington Hawaii
Ipulasi Eselu DE Moanalua Hawaii

Head Coaches[edit]

Other HHSAA League Standings[edit]

All numbered rankings are top 25 of 47 teams.

2011 BIIF Football Standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
Division I
#15 Kealakehe   7 0         10 2  
Keaau   4 4         4 7  
Waiakea   3 4         4 5  
Hilo   0 7         0 10  
Division II
Konawaena   9 1         11 2  
#21 Kamehameha-Hawaii   7 2         10 2  
Hawaii Prep   6 3         7 4  
Honokaa   4 5         6 7  
Kau   1 8         1 9  
Kohala   1 9         1 9  
As of November 27, 2011; Rankings from AP Poll
2011 ILH Football Standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
Division I
#2 Punahou   7 1         11 3  
#4 Kamehameha   6 2         7 4  
#6 St. Louis   3 4         6 4  
Division II
#8 Iolani   4 3         8 4  
#16 Pac-Five   2 5         5 5  
Damien   0 7         0 9  
As of November 27, 2011; Rankings from AP Poll
2011 KIF Football Standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
#14 Kapaa   5 2         8 4  
#19 Waimea   4 3         6 3  
Kauai   1 5         2 6  
As of November 21, 2012; Rankings from AP Poll
2011 MIL Football Standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
Division I
#8 Baldwin   8 0         9 2  
Maui   3 5         3 6  
King Kekaulike   1 7         1 8  
Division II
#25 Lahainaluna   5 3         7 5  
Kamehameha-Maui   3 5         3 6  
As of November 21, 2011; Rankings from AP Poll
2011 OIA Football Standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
OIA Red-East
#1 Kahuku   5 1         12 1  
#5 Farrington   6 0         10 2  
#17 Kailua   4 2         4 5  
#13 Moanalua   3 3         5 5  
Castle   2 4         2 7  
Kaiser   1 5         2 7  
Roosevelt   0 6         0 8  
OIA Red-West
#3 Leilehua 6 0 0     10 2 1
#7 Campbell   5 1         8 2  
#10 Waianae   3 3         4 6  
#11 Mililani   2 4         4 6  
#12 Aiea   2 4         4 6  
#18 Kapolei   2 4         3 6  
#22 Radford   1 5         1 7  
OIA White
#20 Waipahu   6 2         9 3  
#23 Pearl City   8 0         9 3  
#24 Kaimuki   7 1         8 2  
McKinley   5 3         6 4  
Kalani   3 5         3 5  
Kalaheo   2 6         2 6  
Anuenue   2 6         2 7  
Nanakuli   2 6         2 7  
Waialua   1 7         1 7  
As of November 27, 2012; Rankings from AP Poll

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mililani football OIA Red Division champs by default". Hawaii News Now. Retrieved 2011-09-28. 
  2. ^ Baer, Brooks. "Kahuku disqualified from football playoffs". Hawaii News Now. Retrieved 2011-09-28. 
  3. ^ Kaneshiro, Jason. "Kaimuki takes OIA White championship". Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Retrieved 2011-09-28. 
  4. ^ "football: HHSAA Division I Game 3: Waianae def. Mililani, 48-41". HHSAA. Retrieved 2011-09-28. 
  5. ^ Joseph, Wayne. "St. Louis Shuts Down Waianae 36-13 for Division I HHSAA Football Title". 
  6. ^ "football: HHSAA Division II Championship: Iolani def. Kaimuki, 49-14". HHSAA. Retrieved 2011-09-28.