2012 Oahu Interscholastic Association Football Season

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2012 Oahu Interscholastic Association Football Season
League HHSAA
Sport Football
Duration 10 August - 23 November 2012
Number of teams 23
TV partner(s) OC1012
Regular season
OIA Red Champion
OIA White Champion
Kahuku
Radford
Season MVP

Red-East:

  • Aofaga Wily (KAH)
  • Kawehena Johnson (KAH)

Red-West:

  • Jarin Morikawa (MIL)
  • Kennedy Tulimasealii (WNAE)

White:

  • Kai Gonda (KAIS)
  • Helaman Kakiva (RAD)
Top scorer Red: Aofaga Wily (KAH)
White: Kai Gonda (KAIS)
Football seasons
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2013 →
2012 OIA Football Standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
OIA Red-East
#1 Kahuku   6 0         12 0  
#6 Farrington   5 1         10 3  
#11 Moanalua   4 2         5 5  
#21 McKinley   3 3         4 5  
#23 Kailua   2 4         2 7  
Castle   1 5         1 8  
Kaimuki   0 6         0 8  
OIA Red-West
#3 Mililani   5 1         10 3  
#4 Leilehua   4 2         7 4  
#12 Kapolei   3 3         6 4  
#9 Waianae   3 3         5 5  
#10 Campbell   3 3         6 4  
#14 Waipahu   2 4         2 7  
#18 Aiea   1 5         3 5  
OIA White
#16 Radford   7 1         11 2  
Nanakuli   5 3         7 5  
#25 Kaiser   7 1         7 3  
Kalaheo   5 3         5 5  
Pearl City   5 3         5 4  
Kalani   4 4         4 5  
Anuenue   2 6         2 7  
Roosevelt   1 7         1 7  
Waialua   0 8         0 9  
*Rankings from State Freeman Ratings
As of November 25, 2012; Rankings from AP Poll

The 2012 OIA Football Season is the 72nd HHSAA football season for the Oahu Interscholastic Association. Comprising 23 member schools, the season started on 10 August 2012 and will end with the HHSAA State Championship Game on November 23.

Previous Season[edit]

The 2011 OIA Champions were the Kahuku High School Red Raiders (5-1; 12-1) for the OIA-Red and the Waipahu High School Marauders (6-2; 9-3) for the OIA White.

In the post season HHSAA Championship, Kahuku went on to beat the Punahou Buffnblu of the ILH to win the 2011 HHSAA State Division I Championship. Waipahu lost the Division II Title Game to the Iolani Raiders of the ILH.

Division Realignment[edit]

Every 2 years, the Oahu Interscholastic Association realigns football teams based on 2-year performance. Although most teams follow the OIA's recommendation, some schools opt to remain in their division. Pearl City High School petitioned to remain in White despite earning a 15-7 record. Pearl City was due to replace Kapolei High School in the OIA Red-West division. Kalaheo High School was also to be promoted to the OIA Red-East (Division I) but petitioned to remain in the White Division (Division II) after a 2-6 2011 season. Kalaheo was due to replace Castle High School.

School Previous Division New Division Division Records Combined
Kaimuki Bulldogs OIA White OIA Red-East 20-4
Kaiser Cougars OIA Red-East OIA White 2-15
McKinley Tigers OIA White OIA Red-East 10-9
Radford Rams OIA Red-West OIA White 6-11
Roosevelt Rough Riders OIA Red-East OIA White 8-24
Waipahu Marauders OIA White OIA Red-West 15-7

GREEN - Promotion to Division I
RED - Demotion to Division II

Preseason[edit]

Interleague[edit]

The 2012 Season began with schools of all 3 divisions playing against schools outside the OIA.

Date OIA Team Opponent Opponent League/Division Venue Result
August 10 Leilehua Mules Service Cougars ASAA 4A (Alaska) Hugh Yoshida Stadium • Wahiawa, HI LEI 23-15
August 10 Kailua Surfriders Kealakehe Waveriders BIIF Div. I Kailua Stadium • Kailua, HI KEAL 3-10
August 10 Anuenue Na Koa KS-Hawaii Warriors BIIF Div. II Kamehameha Paiea • Keaau, HI KSH 6-25
August 10 Castle Knights KS-Kapalama Warriors ILH Div. I Kunuiakea Stadium • Honolulu, HI KSK 7-30
August 11 Kalani Falcons Kapaa Warriors KIF Vidinha Stadium • Kapaa, HI KAP 21-42
August 11 Waipahu Marauders Pac-5 Wolf Pack ILH Div. II Aloha StadiumHalawa, HI PAC 13-26
August 11 Kalaheo Mustangs Damien Monarchs ILH Div. II Kailua Stadium • Kailua, HI DAM 0-31
August 11 Waialua Bulldogs Kauai Raiders KIF Vidinha Stadium • Lihue KAUI 0-43
August 16 Farrington Governors St. Louis Crusaders ILH Div. I Aloha StadiumHalawa, HI FAR 39-33
August 16 Kaimuki Bulldogs Damien Monarchs ILH Div. II John Kauinana Stadium • Mililani HI DAM 21-31
August 17 Mililani Trojans Pac-5 Wolf Pack ILH Div. II John Kauinana Stadium • Mililani HI MIL 35-7
August 18 Kahuku Red Raiders Punahou Buffnblu ILH Div. I Carleton Weimer Field • Kahuku, HI KAH 21-13
August 18 Waipahu Marauders Iolani Raiders ILH Div. II Masa Yonamine Athletic Complex • Waipahu, HI IOL 35-34
August 18 Leilehua Mules KS-Kapalama Warriors ILH Div. I Hugh Yoshida Stadium • Wahiawa, HI LEI 12-10
August 31 McKinley Tigers La Salle Falcons OSAA 4A (Oregon) Crescent Valley Stadium • Corvallis, OR McK 43-22
August 31 Radford Rams Crescent Valley Raiders OSAA 5A (Oregon) Crescent Valley Stadium • Corvallis, OR RAD 21-17

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 10 Aiea Na Alii Kaimuki Bulldogs Red-West Red-East Aiea Field • Aiea, HI AIEA 53-6
August 10 Campbell Sabers Kaiser Cougars Red-West Red-East Campbell Stadium • Ewa Beach, HI CAMP 34-6
August 10 Pearl City Chargers Kapolei Hurricanes White Red-West Edwin Neves Stadium • Pearl City, HI KAP 7-28
August 11 Waianae Seariders Farrington Governors Red-West Red-East John Velasco Stadium • Honolulu, HI FAR 23-37
August 11 Mililani Trojans Moanalua Na Menehune Red-West Red-East John Kuinana Stadium • Mililani, HI MIL 31-21
August 16 Aiea Na Alii Castle Knights Red-West Red-East Aiea Field • Aiea, HI AIEA 32-6
August 17 Kailua Surfriders Campbell Sabers Red-East Red-West Kailua Stadium • Kailua, HI CAMP 7-13
August 17 Moanalua Na Menehune Waianae Seariders Red-East Red-West Moanalua Stadium • Salt Lake, HI WAIA 17-26
August 17 McKinley Tigers Kapolei Hurricanes Red-East Red-West Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI KAP 0-21

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 25 ranking numbers are shown.

Week 1[edit]

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

Week 2[edit]

Date Visiting Team Home Team Venue Division TV/Radio Result
August 18 Nanakuli Anuenue Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA WHITE NAN 30-24
August 18 Kalaheo Kaiser Kailua Stadium • Kailua, HI OIA WHITE KAL 21-20
August 18 Waialua Kalani Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA WHITE KAL 14-33
August 18 #22 Radford Pearl City Edwin Neves Stadium • Pearl City, HI OIA WHITE RAD 27-6

Red rows indicate a hometeam loss.

Week 3[edit]

Date Visiting Team Home Team Venue Division TV/Radio Result
August 24 #10 Waianae #6 Mililani John Kauinana Stadium • Mililani HI OIA RED-West OC16 MIL 35-7
August 24 #14 Moanalua #20 Kailua Kailua Stadium • Kailua, HI OIA RED-East MOAN 46-13
August 24 Pearl City Kaiser Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA WHITE KAIS 17-7
August 24 Roosevelt #19 Radford John Velasco Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA WHITE RAD 69-0
August 24 McKinley Kaimuki Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA RED-East McK 45-13
August 25 Castle #3 Farrington Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA RED-East FAR 44-3
August 25 Anuenue Waialua Toshi Nakasone Field • Waialua, HI OIA WHITE ANU 46-20
August 25 #12 Aiea #8 Campbell Campbell Stadium • Ewa Beach, HI OIA RED-West CAMP 7-0 OT
August 25 #15 Kapolei #23 Waipahu Masa Yonamine Athletic Complex • Waipahu, HI OIA RED-West WAIP 28-21
August 25 Nanakuli Kalaheo Kailua Stadium • Kailua, HI OIA WHITE KAL 24-21

Red rows indicate a hometeam loss.

Week 4[edit]

Date Visiting Team Home Team Venue Division TV/Radio Result
August 31 Castle #13 Moanalua Moanalua Stadium • Salt Lake, HI OIA RED-East MOAN 23-33
August 31 #25 Kailua #1 Kahuku Carleton Weimer Field • Kahuku, HI OIA RED-East OC16 KAH 7-56
August 31 #8 Campbell #20 Waipahu Masa Yonamine Athletic Complex • Waipahu, HI OIA RED-West CAMP 39-34
August 31 Nanakuli Pearl City Edwin Neves Stadium • Pearl City, HI OIA WHITE NANA 34-28
August 31 Kaiser Roosevelt Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA WHITE KAIS 36-7
September 1 Kalani Anuenue Kailua Stadium • Kailua, HI OIA WHITE KAL 49-27
September 1 #3 Farrington Kaimuki Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA RED-East FARR 52-0
September 1 #10 Waianae #23 Kapolei Kapolei Stadium • Kapolei, HI OIA RED-West KAP 17-2
September 1 Waialua Kalaheo Kailua Stadium • Kailua, HI OIA WHITE KAL 48-13
September 1 #5 Mililani #2 Leilehua Hugh Yoshida Stadium • Wahiawa, HI OIA RED-West OC16 LEI 17-13

Red rows indicate a hometeam loss.

Week 5[edit]

Date Visiting Team Home Team Venue Division TV/Radio Result
September 7 #22 McKinley #1 Kahuku Carleton Weimer Field • Kahuku, HI OIA RED-East KAH 6-35
September 7 Anuenue Kaiser Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA WHITE KAIS 12-50
September 7 #10 Aiea #2 Leilehua Hugh Yoshida Stadium • Wahiawa, HI OIA RED-West AIEA 18-16
September 7 #14 Waianae #21 Waipahu Masa Yonamine Athletic Complex • Waipahu, HI OIA RED-West WNAE 23-20
September 7 #6 Mililani #8 Campbell Campbell Stadium • Ewa Beach, HI OIA RED-West OC16 MIL 45-26
September 7 Pearl City Roosevelt Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA RED-East PC 54-7
September 8 #11 Moanalua #4 Farrington Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA RED-East FAR 7-28
September 8 Kailua Kaimuki Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA RED-East KAIL 48-12
September 8 Kalani Nanakuli Nanakuli Field • Nanakuli, HI OIA WHITE NANA 30-42
September 8 Kalaheo #24 Radford John Velasco Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA WHITE RAD 21-16

Red rows indicate a hometeam loss.

Week 6[edit]

Date Visiting Team Home Team Venue Division TV/Radio Result
September 14 Kaimuki #11 Moanalua Moanalua Stadium • Salt Lake, HI OIA RED-East MOAN 0-46
September 14 #1 Kahuku Castle Castle Stadium • Kaneohe, HI OIA RED-East KAH 35-0
September 14 #13 Waianae #8 Campbell Campbell Stadium • Ewa Beach, HI OIA RED-West WNAE 14-28
September 14 #22 Waipahu #9 Aiea Aiea Field • Aiea, HI OIA RED-West WAIP 28-7
September 14 #4 Leilehua #15 Kapolei Kapolei Stadium • Kapolei, HI OIA RED-West OC16 LEI 47-0
September 14 Roosevelt Kalani Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA WHITE KAL 7-34
September 14 Kaiser Nanakuli Nanakuli Field • Nanakuli, HI OIA WHITE KAIS 47-14
September 15 Pearl City Anuenue Toshi Nakasone Field • Waialua, HI OIA WHITE PC 54-21
September 15 #3 Farrington #19 McKinley Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA RED-East FAR 26-7
September 15 #20 Radford Waialua Toshi Nakasone Field • Waialua, HI OIA WHITE RAD 62-0

Red rows indicate a hometeam loss.

Week 7[edit]

Date Visiting Team Home Team Venue Division TV/Radio Result
September 21 #1 Kahuku Kaimuki Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA RED-East KAH 42-7
September 21 Anuenue Roosevelt Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA WHITE ANUE 42-25
September 21 #8Waianae #12 Aiea Aiea Field • Aiea, HI OIA RED-West WNAE 35-20
September 21 #11 Kapolei #5 Mililani John Kauinana Stadium • Mililani HI OIA RED-West MIL 45-0
September 21 #3 Leilehua #9 Campbell Campbell Stadium • Ewa Beach, HI OIA RED-West CAMP 35-34 OT
September 21 Kalani #20 Radford John Velasco Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA WHITE RAD 30-0
September 21 Kalaheo Pearl City Edwin Neves Stadium • Pearl City, HI OIA WHITE PC 46-20
September 21 Waialua Kaiser Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA WHITE KAIS 62-6
September 22 Castle #25 Kailua Kailua Stadium • Kailua, HI OIA RED-East KAIL 24-6
September 22 #19 McKinley #12 Moanalua Moanalua Stadium • Salt Lake, HI OIA RED-East MOAN 42-13

Red rows indicate a hometeam loss.

Week 8[edit]

Date Visiting Team Home Team Venue Division TV/Radio Result
September 28 Pearl City Waialua Toshi Nakasone Field • Waialua, HI OIA White PC 47-8
September 28 #23 Kailua #20 McKinley Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA RED-East McK 14-7
September 28 #3 Mililani #15 Aiea Aiea Field • Aiea, HI OIA RED-West MIL 35-10
September 28 #8 Campbell #13 Kapolei Kapolei Stadium • Kapolei, HI OIA RED-West KAP 35-34
September 28 Roosevelt Nanakuli Nanakuli Field • Nanakuli, HI OIA WHITE NANA 58-14
September 28 #19Radford Kaiser Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA WHITE KAIS 33-14
September 28 #14 Waipahu #5 Leilehua Hugh Yoshida Stadium • Wahiawa, HI OIA RED-West LEI 27-26 OT
September 29 Castle Kaimuki Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA RED-East CAS 26-16
September 29 Kalaheo Kalani Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA WHITE KLNI 42-34
September 29 #4 Farrington #1 Kahuku Aloha Stadium • Halawa, HI OIA RED-East OC16 KAH 31-6

Red rows indicate a hometeam loss.

Week 9[edit]

Date Visiting Team Home Team Venue Division TV/Radio Result
October 5 Waialua Roosevelt Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA WHITE ROOS 9-7
October 5 #4 Farrington #25 Kailua Kailua Stadium • Kailua, HI OIA RED-East OC16 FAR 18-7
October 5 #14 Waipahu #3 Mililani John Kauinana Stadium • Mililani, HI OIA RED-West MIL 49-14
October 5 #11 Kapolei #15 Aiea Aiea Field • Aiea, HI OIA RED-West KAP 34-20
October 5 Kalani Pearl City Edwin Neves Stadium • Pearl City, HI OIA WHITE PC 40-30
October 6 Castle #18 McKinley Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA RED-East McK 21-12
October 6 Anuenue Kalaheo Kailua Stadium • Kailua, HI OIA WHITE KHEO 44-28
October 6 #1 Kahuku #10 Moanalua Moanalua Stadium • Salt Lake, HI OIA RED-East KAH 31-15
October 6 Nanakuli #22 Radford John Velasco Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA WHITE RAD 42-7
October 6 #8 Waianae #5 Leilehua Hugh Yoshida Stadium • Wahiawa, HI OIA RED-West OC16 LEI 36-34

Red rows indicate a hometeam loss.

Week 10[edit]

Date Visiting Team Home Team Venue Division TV/Radio Result
October 11 #24 Kaiser Kalani Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA WHITE OC16 KAIS 52-12
October 12 Roosevelt Kalaheo Kailua Stadium • Kailua, HI OIA WHITE KHEO 50-14
October 12 Nanakuli Waialua Toshi Nakasone Field • Waialua, HI OIA WHITE NANA 22-14
October 13 #21 Radford Anuenue Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA WHITE RAD 49-13

Red rows indicate a hometeam loss.

Post Season[edit]

OIA Red Play-offs[edit]

Round 1 Wild Card Games[edit]

Date Lower Seed (Visiting) Higher Seed (Home) Result
October 12 E6 Castle W3 #11 Kapolei KAP 30-0
October 12 W5 #9 Campbell E4 #16 McKinley CAMP 35-0
October 12 W6 #14 Waipahu E3 #10 Moanalua MOAN 31-20
October 13 E5 #23 Kailua W4 #8 Waianae WNAE 29-6

Finals Bracket[edit]

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

Quarter Finals @ Higher Seed Semi-Finals @ Aloha Stadium
26 October 2012
Finals at Aloha Stadium
11 November 2012
                 
E1 #1 Kahuku 14
W4 #9 Waianae 10
E1 #1 Kahuku 14
W2 #4 Leilehua 7
W2 #4 Leilehua 29
E3 #10 Moanalua 3
E1 #1 Kahuku 50
W1 #2 Miilani 13
E2 #5 Farrington 20
W3 #11 Kapolei 10
E2 #5 Farrington 21
W1 #3 Mililani 42
W1 #3 Mililani 42
W5 #8 Campbell 14
3rd Place @ Kaiser Stadium
3 November 2012
     
W2 #4 Leilehua 26
E2 #6 Farrington 50
  • RED-Champ: Kahuku Red Raiders
  • 2nd Place: Mililani Trojans
  • 3rd Place: Farrington Governors

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 2012
Championship @ Aloha Stadium
2 November 2012
           
1 #23 Kaiser 21
4 Nanakuli 28
Nanakuli 6
#20 Radford 21
3 #22 Radford 63
2 Kalaheo 39
  • WHITE-Champ: Radford Rams
  • 2nd Place: Nanakuli Golden Hawks

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
9 November 2012
    Semifinals @ Aloha Stadium
19 November 2012
    Championship @ Aloha Stadium
23 November 2012
                           
        1  #1 Kahuku 47  
  4  #19 Kealakehe 25     6  #4 Farrington 14    
  6  #4 Farrington 34         1  #1 Kahuku 42
      2  #2 Punahou 20
        2  #2 Punahou 49    
  3  #22 Baldwin 13     5  #3 Mililani 19  
  5  #3Mililani 24  

* Denotes overtime game

DIVISION I STATE CHAMPION: Kahuku Red Raiders

RUNNER-UP: Punahou Buff N' Blue

Division II[edit]

  First Round @ Higher Seed
10 November 2012
    Semifinals @ Aloha Stadium
17 November 2012
    Championship @ Aloha Stadium
23 November 2012
                           
        1  #12 Iolani 43  
  4  #14 Kauai 21     5  #13 Radford 0    
  5  #20 Radford 22         1  #8 Iolani 36
      2  #13 Lahainaluna 33
        2  #15 Lahainaluna 28    
  3  #17 Konawaena 23     6  #22 Nanakuli 0  
  6  Nanakuli 25  

* Denotes overtime game

DIVISION I STATE CHAMPION: Iolani Raiders

RUNNER-UP: Lahainaluna Lunas

Senior Bowl[edit]

2012 Hawaii Union Builders Foundation Hawaii Senior Bowl
Hawaii HUB Goodwill Senior Bowl.jpg
1 2 3 4 Total
East 0 6 6 8 20
West 0 7 7 7 21
Date November 30, 2012
Stadium Kunuiakea Stadium (Kamehameha-Kapalama)
Location Honolulu, Hawaii
MVP East:

West:

Attendance 2,000
United States TV coverage
Network ScoringLive
Hawaii Senior Bowl
 < 2011  2013

The 2012 HUB Goodwill Foundation Senior Bowl was the Oahu Interscholastic Association and Interscholastic League of Honolulu's all-star game for the 2012 season. It took place at 7:00PM local time on Friday, November 30, 2012 at Kunuiakea Stadium on the Kapalama, HI campus of Kamehameha Schools. The West defeated the East, 21-20.

The Senior Bowl featured 100 seniors from all but one Oahu high school. The East team was coached by Randall Okimoto of the Farrington Governors while David Stant of the Kamehameha-Kapalama Warriors led the West. Farrington, Kahuku, and Kamehameha led the selections with 10 players each. St. Louis was the only school with no selections.

The East's offense was led by the state's top 4 statistical rushers Aofaga Wily (Kahuku), Abraham Silva, Tyler Taumua (both Farrington), and Kainalu Kaleo (Anuenue). Runningback Kai Gonda (Kaiser) and ILH rushing leader Keoni Tom-Millare (Pac-5) also made up the East's offensive unit.

The West's strength was its defense led by defensive tackle and Hawaii commit Kennedy Tulimasealii (Waianae) and future San Diego defensive end Dakota Turner (Mililani). Leading the West's offense was state passing leader Jarin Morikawa (Mililani) as well as 2 of the states top receivers Keoni Piceno (Leilehua) and Daicorri Briscoe (Pearl City).

Scoring Summary[edit]

Scoring Play Score
1st quarter
2nd quarter
East – Abraham Silva 94 yd. run (run failed) East 6–0
West - Daicorri Briscoe 65 yd. run (lateral from Alii Pedrina following 10 yard pass from Makoa Camanse-Stevens ) (Cayman Conley kick) West 7-6
3rd quarter
West – Jarin Morikawa 6 yd. run (Cayman Conley kick) West 14–6
East – Keoni Tom-Millare 85 yd. pass from Tyler Taumua (pass failed) West 14–12
4th quarter
West – Keoni Piceno 3 yd. pass from Jarin Morikawa (Cayman Conley kick) West 21–12
East – Tanner Nishioka 3 yd. pass from Reece Foy (Aofaga Wily run) West 21–20

Season Records[edit]

Team/Game Records[edit]

  • Most points, single team: 69, Radford (vs. Roosevelt) — 24 August 2012
  • Most points, total: 102, Radford (63) and Kalaheo (39) — 19 October 2012
  • Most points, season: 435, Radford
  • Largest point margin: 69, Radford (69) and Roosevelt (0) — 24 August 2012
  • Highest net yardage, season: 3867 yards, Radford
  • Highest net yardage, single game: 561 yards, Radford (vs. Waialua) — 15 September 2012
  • Highest net passing yardage, season: 3621 yards, Mililani
  • Highest net passing yardage, single game: 411 yards, Radford (vs. Waialua) — 15 September 2012
  • Highest net rushing yardage, season: 3246 yards, Farrington
  • Highest net rushing yardage, single game: 427 yards, Farrington (vs. Kaimuki) — 1 September 2012

Player Records/Conference Leaders[edit]

Passing

Name School Division Yards Yards Per Game Completion Percentage Passer Rating (NFL)
Jarin Morikawa Mililani Red-West 3570 274.6 57.3 91.9
Cody Lui-Yuen Radford White 2805 215.8 48.7 82.4
Makana Lyman Kaiser White 2006 200.6 58.5 95.9
Justin Jenks Leilehua Red-West 1808 150.7 62.6 88.0
Brock Teixiera Pearl City White 1808 258.3 47.1 105.6
  • Passers with 100+ passer rating:
Name School Division CP/AT Yards Rating
Noah Brum Kalani White 130/158 1701 116.3
Brock Teixeira Pearl City White 88/187 1808 105.6

Rushing

Name School Division Yards Yards Per Game Yards Per Carry
Aofaga Wily Kahuku Red-East 1730 144.2 6.2
Abraham Silva Farrington Red-East 1665 128.1 7.1
Kainalu Kaleo Anuenue White 1441 160.1 11.0
Tyler Taumua Farrington Red-East 1375 114.6 6.4
Kai Gonda Kaiser White 851 85.1 7.2

Receiving

Name School Division Yards Yards Per Game Yards Per Carry
Daicorri Briscoe Pearl City White 878 125.4 22.5
Jameson Pasigan Radford White 871 67 14.8
Keoni Piceno Leilehua Red-West 832 75.6 11.2
Dylan Pakau Waipahu White 763 109 24.6
Christian Clapp Kaiser White 703 70.3 19.5

Scoring

Name School Division Total Points
Aofaga Wily Kahuku Red-East 156
Tyler Taumua Farrington Red-East 122
Abraham Silva Farrington Red-East 114
Kai Gonda Kaiser White 114
Kainalu Kaleo Anuenue White 112

College Recruitment[edit]

Name Position School College
Scott Pagano DT Moanalua Clemson
Dakota Turner DE Mililani San Diego State
Kuj Tapusoa S Kahuku BYU
John Waʻa OG Kahuku Hawaii

Head Coaches[edit]

New Head Coaches[edit]

5 coaching changes occurred before or during the 2012 season.

School Former Head Coach (Record) New Head Coach Notes
Kaiser Cougars William Lobendahn (3-14) Rich Miano Left after the Cougars were demoted to the OIA White following a 2-7 campaign in 2011.
Kalaheo Mustangs Chris Mellor (27-29) Darrell Poole Resigned after coaching the Mustangs to a 2-6 season last year.
Leilehua Mighty Mules Mark Kurisu (10-2) Nolan Tokuda Tokuda returns at the helm of the Red-West powerhouse for his 8th season after taking a season off.
Pearl City Chargers Kai Kamaka (12-11) David Hallums Disagreement between Kamaka, the Pearl City Athletics Administration, and Athletic Director Reid Shigemasa regarding division realignment.
Roosevelt Rough Riders Pat Silva (6-18) Jeff Azuma Pat Silva resigns after leading the Rough Riders to a 0-8 season in 2011.

HHSAA Weekly Rankings[edit]

Preseason
Week 1
10 August 2012
Week 2
16 August 2012
Week 3
31 August 2012
Week 4
7 September 2012
Week 5
14 September 2012
Week 6
20 September 2012
Week 7
28 September 2012
Week 8
5 October 2012
Week 9
11 October 2012
Week 10
19 October 2012
Week 11
25 October 2012
Week 12
2 November 2012
Week 13
9 November 2012
Week 14
16 November 2012
Week 15
23 November 2012
1. Kahuku Kahuku (0-0) Kahuku (1-0) Kahuku (1-0) Kahuku (2-0) Kahuku (3-0) Kahuku (4-0) Kahuku (5-0) Kahuku (6-0) Kahuku (7-0) Kahuku (7-0) Kahuku (8-0) Kahuku (9-0) Kahuku (10-0) Kahuku (10-0) Kahuku (11-0) 1.
2. Punahou Leilehua (1-0) Leilehua (2-0) Leilehua (2-0) Leilehua (3-0) Punahou (3-1) Punahou (4-1) Punahou (5-1) Punahou (5-1) Punahou (6-1) Punahou (6-1) Punahou (7-1) Mililani (9-1) Punahou (7-2) Punahou (7-2) Punahou (8-2) 2.
3. Leilehua St. Louis (0-0) Farrington (2-0) Farrington (3-0) Punahou (2-1) Farrington (5-0) Leilehua (4-1) Mililani (5-1) Mililani (6-1) Mililani (7-1) Mililani (7-1) Mililani (8-1) Punahou (7-2) Mililani (9-2) Mililani (10-2) Mililani (10-3) 3.
4. KS-Kapalama Farrington (1-0) Punahou (1-1) St. Louis (1-1) Farrington (4-0) Leilehua (3-1) Farrington (6-0) Farrington (6-0) Farrington (6-1) Farrington (7-1) Leilehua (6-2) Leilehua (7-2) Leilehua (7-3) Farrington (9-2) Farrington (10-2) KS-Kapalama (7-3) 4.
5. Farrington Punahou (1-0) St. Louis (0-1) Mililani (3-0) St. Louis (1-2) St. Louis (2-2) Mililani (4-1) Leilehua (4-2) Leilehua (5-2) Leilehua (6-2) Farrington (7-1) Farrington (8-1) KS-Kapalama (7-3) Leilehua (7-4) Leilehua (7-4) Leilehua (7-4) 5.
6. St. Louis KS-Kapalama (1-0) Mililani (2-0) Punahou (1-1) Mililani (3-1) Mililani (4-1) St. Louis (2-3) St. Louis (3-3) St. Louis (4-3) St. Louis (5-3) KS-Kapalama (6-3) KS-Kapalama (6-3) Farrington (8-2) KS-Kapalama (7-3) KS-Kapalama (7-3) Farrington (10-3) 6.
7. Campbell Campbell (1-0) KS-Kapalama (1-1) KS-Kapalama (2-1) KS-Kapalama (2-2) KS-Kapalama (3-2) KS-Kapalama (3-2) KS-Kapalama (4-2) KS-Kapalama (4-3) KS-Kapalama (5-3) St. Louis (5-4) St. Louis (5-5) St. Louis (5-5) St. Louis (5-5) St. Louis (5-5) St. Louis (5-5) 7.
8. Iolani Iolani (1-0) Campbell (2-0) Campbell (3-0) Campbell (4-0) Campbell (4-1) Waianae (3-3) Campbell (5-2) Waianae (4-3) Waianae (4-4) Campbell (6-3) Waianae (5-5) Waianae (5-5) Waianae (5-5) Waianae (5-5) Iolani (8-3) 8.
9. Baldwin Mililani (1-0) Iolani (2-0) Iolani (3-0) Iolani (4-0) Aiea (3-1) Campbell (4-2) Waianae (4-3) Campbell (5-3) Campbell (5-3) Waianae (5-4) Campbell (6-4) Campbell (6-4) Campbell (6-4) Campbell (6-4) Waianae (5-5) 9.
10. Waianae Baldwin (0-0) Waianae (1-1) Waianae (1-2) Aiea (2-1) Iolani (4-1) Iolani (4-1) Moanalua (4-3) Moanalua (4-3) Moanalua (4-4) Moanalua (5-4) Moanalua (5-5) Moanalua (5-5) Kapolei (6-4) Kapolei (6-4) Campbell (6-4) 10.
11. Mililani Waianae (0-1) Baldwin (0-0) Baldwin (0-1) Moanalua (2-2) Moanalua (2-3) Kapolei (3-2) Iolani (4-2) Kapolei (4-3) Kapolei (5-3) Kapolei (6-3) Kapolei (6-4) Kapolei (6-4) Moanalua (5-5) Moanalua (5-5) Moanalua (5-5) 11.
12. Aiea Aiea (1-0) Aiea (2-0) Aiea (2-1) Kapolei (3-1) Lahainaluna (4-0) Moanalua (3-3) Lahainaluna (5-0) Iolani (4-2) Iolani (5-3) Iolani (5-3) Iolani (6-3) Iolani (7-3) Iolani (7-3) Iolani (7-3) Kapolei (6-4) 12.
13. Moanalua Moanalua (0-1) Kealakehe (1-0) Moanalua (1-2) Baldwin (1-1) Waianae (2-3) Lahainaluna (4-0) Kapolei (3-3) Lahainaluna (6-0) Lahainaluna (7-0) Waipahu (2-7) Waipahu (2-7) Waipahu (2-7) Waipahu (2-7) Radford (11-1) Lahainaluna (9-1) 13.
14. Kapaa Pac-Five (1-0) Moanalua (0-2) Damien (2-0) Waianae (1-3) Kapaa (3-0) Aiea (3-2) Waipahu (2-4) Waipahu (2-5) Waipahu (2-6) Aiea (3-5) Kauai (8-1) Kauai (8-1) Kauai (8-1) Waipahu (2-7) Pac-Five (3-7) 14.
15. Kealakehe Kealakehe (1-0) Kapolei (2-0) Kealakehe (1-1) Kealakehe (2-1) Kapolei (3-1) McKinley (2-3) Aiea (3-3) Aiea (3-4) Aiea (3-5) Kauai (7-1) Aiea (3-5) Aiea (3-5) Aiea (3-5) Lahainaluna (8-1) Waipahu (2-7) 15.
16. Pac-Five Kapaa (1-0) Pac-Five (1-1) Kauai (3-0) Damien (3-0) Kealakehe (3-1) Waipahu (2-4) Konawaena (6-1) Kauai (6-1) McKinley (4-4) Pac-Five (3-6) Konawaena (7-4) Lahainaluna (8-1) Lahainaluna (8-1) Aiea (3-5) Baldwin (7-3) 16.
17. Kailua Kapolei (1-0) Kapaa (2-0) Kapaa (2-0) Kauai (4-0) Damien (3-1) Pac-Five (2-4) Pac-Five (2-5) Pac-Five (2-5) Konawaena (6-4) Konawaena (6-4) Pac-Five (3-6) Konawaena (8-4) Konawaena (9-4) Kealakehe (10-2) Radford (11-2) 17.
18. Kapolei Kailua (0-1) Damien (2-0) Pac-Five (1-2) Konawaena (3-1) Konawaena (4-1) Konawaena (5-1) Kealakehe (5-1) McKinley (3-4) Kauai (6-1) Lahainaluna (7-1) Lahainaluna (7-1) Pac-Five (3-7) Pac-Five (3-7) Baldwin (7-3) Kealakehe (10-2) 18.
19. Waimea Damien (1-0) Radford (1-0) Radford (2-0) Kapaa (2-0) McKinley (2-2) Kealakehe (4-1) Radford (6-0) Konawaena (5-4) Pac-Five (2-6) Kealakehe (8-1) Radford (9-1) Kealakehe (9-1) Kealakehe (10-1) Kauai (8-2) Aiea (3-5) 19.
20. Waipahu KS-Hawaii (1-0) Kailua (0-2) Waipahu (1-2) Pac-Five (1-3) Radford (4-0) Radford (5-0) McKinley (2-4) Kealakehe (6-1) Kealakehe (7-1) McKinley (4-5) Kealakehe (9-1) Radford (9-1) Radford (10-1) Pac-Five (3-7) Kauai (8-2) 20.
21. KS-Hawaii Waipahu (0-1) KS-Hawaii (2-0) Konawaena (2-1) Waipahu (1-3) Baldwin (1-2) Kapaa (3-1) Kauai (5-1) Kaiser (6-2) Radford (7-1) Baldwin (5-2) Baldwin (6-2) McKinley (4-5) McKinley (4-5) McKinley (4-5) McKinley (4-5) 21.
22. Radford Radford (0-0) Konawaena (1-1) KS-Hawaii (3-0) McKinley (2-1) Waipahu (1-4) Kauai (4-1) Kapaa (3-1) Radford (6-1) Baldwin (4-2) Radford (8-1) McKinley (4-5) Baldwin (7-2) Baldwin (7-2) Nanakuli (7-4) Konawaena (9-5) 22.
23. Pearl City Konawaena (0-1) Waipahu (0-2) Kapolei (2-1) Lahainaluna (3-0) Kauai (4-1) Baldwin (2-2) Kailua (2-4) Baldwin (3-2) Kailua (2-6) Kaiser (7-2) Kailua (2-7) Kailua (2-7) Kailua (2-7) Konawaena (9-5) Kailua (2-7) 23.
24. Kaimuki Lahainaluna (0-0) Lahainaluna (1-0) Lahainaluna (2-0) Radford (3-0) Pac-Five (1-4) Damien (3-2) Baldwin (3-2) Kapaa (3-2) Kaiser (6-2) Kailua (2-6) Kapaa (4-3) Kapaa (4-3) Kapaa (4-3) Kaiser (7-3) Damien (3-7) 24.
25. Lahainaluna Kaimuki (0-1) Kauai (2-0) Kailua (0-3) KS-Hawaii (4-0) Kailua (1-4) Kailua (1-4) Damien (3-2) Kailua (2-5) Kapaa (4-2) Kapaa (4-2) Kaiser (7-3) Kaiser (7-3) Kaiser (7-3) Kailua (2-7) Kaiser (7-3) 25.
Preseason
Week 1
10 August 2012
Week 2
16 August 2012
Week 3
31 August 2012
Week 4
7 September 2012
Week 5
14 September 2012
Week 6
20 September 2012
Week 7
28 September 2012
Week 8
5 October 2012
Week 9
11 October 2012
Week 10
19 October 2012
Week 11
25 October 2012
Week 12
2 November 2012
Week 13
9 November 2012
Week 14
16 November 2012
Week 15
23 November 2012
Dropped:
Waimea (0-1)
Pearl City (0-1)
Dropped:
Kaimuki (0-2)
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
Kailua (0-4)
Dropped:
KS-Hawaii (5-0)
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
Damien (3-4)
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
Kapaa (5-3)
Dropped:
Nanakuli (7-5)
Legend
  Increase in ranking
  Decrease in ranking
(#-#)   Win-loss record
Italic   Season Ended
Bold   Clinched State Tournament Berth

Other HHSAA League Standings[edit]

All numbered rankings are top 25 of 47 teams.

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