Oahu Interscholastic Association

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Oahu Interscholastic Association
Oahu Interscholastic Association
Executive Council
OIA President John Brummel (Mililani)[1]
OIA Vice President Elden Esmeralda (Kapolei)[2]
OIA Executive Director Raymond Fujino (interim)[3]
Other Executives Randiann Porras-Tang (Waialua)[4]
Mitchell Otani (Kalani)[5]
Francine Honda (Kailua)[6]
Board of Athletic Directors
Chairperson Greg Van Cantfort[7]
Air Riflery Kelly Sur (Radford)[8]
Baseball Glenn Nitta (Mililani)[9]
Basketball (Boys) John Chung (Roosevelt)[10]
Basketball (Girls) Stacie Nii (Waipahu)[11]
Bowling Reid Shigemasa (Pearl City)[12]
Cheerleading James Toyota (Leilehua)[13]
Cross Country Sharon Yoshimura (Waialua)[14]
Football Harold Tanaka (Farrington)[15]
Golf (Boys) Sam Delos Reyes (Campbell)[16]
Golf (Girls) Glenn Tokunaga (Waianae)[17]
Judo Blake Moritsugu (Aiea)[18]
Paddling Lapule Schultz (Anuenue)[19]
Soccer (Boys) Gregory Van Cantfort (Kalani)[20]
Soccer (Girls) Darren Camello (Kapolei)[21]
Soft Tennis Fred Lee (Kaimuki)[22]
Softball Andrew Moody (Nanakuli)[23]
Swimming & Diving Rodney Iwasaki (Kaiser)[24]
Tennis Joe Whitford (Kahuku)[25]
Track & Field Mark Brilhante (Kalaheo)[26]
Volleyball Neal Takamori (McKinley)[27][28]
Water Polo Richard Haru (Castle)[29]
Wrestling Joel Kawachi (Moanalua)[30]
Sport Commissioners
Baseball Trey Harris[31]
Basketball Pat Silva[32]
Football Jim Beavers[33]
Judo Eddie Hanashiro[34]
Soccer Jan Allen[35]
Softball Walter Yamatsuka[36]
Track & Field Mitchell Otani[37]
Volleyball Pat Akana[38]
Water Polo Jim Martindale[39]
Wrestling Stan Ono[40]
Information
Affiliation: Hawaii High School Athletic Association (HHSAA)
Classification: Red East/West (DI) and White East/West (DII)
Established: 1940
Website: www.oiasports.com
Region: Oahu, Hawaii 21°17′31″N 157°49′19″W / 21.2919°N 157.8220°W / 21.2919; -157.8220
Members: 24

The Oahu Interscholastic Association or OIA is an athletic conference composed of all public secondary schools on the island of Oahu. The OIA was first founded in 1940 as the Rural Oahu Interscholastic Association or ROIA. The five founding schools were Castle High School, Kahuku High School, Leilehua High School, Waialua High & Intermediate School and Waipahu High School. The OIA originally comprised all the rural schools on Oahu, which were all of the schools that were not situated in the main city of Honolulu. This changed however in 1970 with the addition of the five former public school members of the Interscholastic League of Honolulu - Farrington High School, Kaimuki High School, McKinley High School, Roosevelt High School and Kalani High School. After the public Honolulu schools joined, the league changed its identity from the ROIA to simply OIA to reflect the integration of all of the public high schools on the island.

The OIA now has 24 member schools who compete in 19 different junior varsity and varsity level sports. The league produces a number of quality athletic teams in a number of sports, especially football. The OIA concurs with the Hawaii Board of Education and Hawaii Department of Education in recognizing athletics as an integral part of the educational program of the high school and holds its athletes to a number of academic and behavioral standards.

Mission statement[edit]

The mission of the OIA is to promote unity and cooperation amongst the member schools in the establishment and administration of policies and regulations for implementing an interscholastic athletic program. The association shall stress educational and cultural values, promote skills in competitive activities and foster sportsmanship and mutual respect.[41]

Members[edit]

Institution Nickname Location Football Division Enrollment Home Field (Football)
Aiea High School Na Alii Aiea Red-West 1280 Aiea Field
Anuenue School Na Koa Palolo White 378 Kaiser Stadium
Campbell High School Sabers Ewa Beach Red-West 2890 Campbell Stadium
Castle High School Knights Kaneohe Red-East 1747 Castle Stadium
Farrington High School Governors Kalihi Red-East 2579 Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium
Hakipuu Learning Center Kaneohe None 94[42] None
Halau Ku Mana Manoa None 99 None
Halau Lokahi Kapalama None 214 None
HI Center for the Deaf and Blind Waikiki None 72 None
Kahuku High School Red Raiders Kahuku Red-East 1879 Carleton Weimer Field
Kailua High School Surfriders Kailua Red-East 972 Kailua Stadium
Kaimuki High School Bulldogs Kaimuki Red-East 1297 Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium
Kaiser High School Cougars Hawaii Kai White 1025 Kaiser Stadium
Kalaheo High School Mustangs Kailua White 1060 Kailua Stadium
Kalani High School Falcons Kahala White 1161 Kaiser Stadium
Kapolei High School Hurricanes Kapolei Red-West 2333 Kapolei Stadium
Samuel M. Kamakau Laboratory Kailua None 115 None
Leilehua High School Mules Wahiawa Red-West 1878 Hugh Yoshida Stadium
McKinley High School Tigers Honolulu Red-East 1945 Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium
Mililani High School Trojans Mililani Red-West 2421 John Kauinana Stadium
Moanalua High School Na Menehune Moanalua Red-East 2016 Moanalua Stadium
Myron B. Thompson Academy Honolulu None 552 None
Nanakuli High School Golden Hawks Nanakuli White 1303 Nanakuli Field
Pearl City High School Chargers Pearl City White 1980 Edwin Neves Stadium
Radford High School Rams Salt Lake White 1343 John Velasco Stadium
Roosevelt High School Rough Riders Honolulu White 1672 Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium
Waialua High School Bulldogs Waialua White 677 Toshi Nakasone Field
Waianae High School Seariders Waianae Red-West 2068 Raymond Torii Stadium
Waipahu High School Marauders Waipahu Red-West 2544 Waipahu Stadium

Baseball[edit]

The OIA divides its baseball teams into 4 conferences spanning 2 divisions: OIA Red-East, Red-West, White-East, White-West. The OIA Red conferences compete at the Division I level while OIA White conferences compete at the Division II level.

Football[edit]

The OIA divides its football teams into 3 divisions/conferences: OIA Red-East, Red-West, and White. The OIA Red conferences compete at the Division I level while OIA White teams compete at the Division II level. Teams are realigned every 2 years based on performance of both the varsity and junior varsity.

State Champions and Runners-up[edit]

See: Oahu Prep Bowl

Division I[edit]

Teams from the Oahu Interscholastic Association have competed in every Division I State Championship game since the creation of the championship in 1999. The OIA lost the first ever Division I state championship game in 1999 with the St. Louis Crusaders beating the Kahuku Red Raiders 19-0. In total, the OIA is 8-6 in the Division I State Championship.

Kahuku High School holds the current record for the most appearances (8) and wins (6) in the OIA and the state for the Division I title. Kahuku is also the current Division I champion after beating Punahou School 42-20 on November 23, 2012.

Division II[edit]

Teams from the OIA have competed in the Division II State Championship game 6 of the 10 times it was held from 2003-2012. The OIA has won only 2 (in 2003 and 2004).

Aiea High School and Campbell High School are the only 2 OIA schools to have won the HHSAA Division II State Championship. Radford High School holds the record for most appearances by the OIA with 2 (2005 and 2008). Iolani School currently holds the state record for most Division II State Championships with 7 wins of 8 appearances (including a 6-game winning streak since 2007).

Football Rivalries[edit]

Teams Rivalry Name/Trophy Meetings Record Series Leader Current Streak Last Meeting
Campbell Sabers Waipahu Marauders The Cane Knife 43 30-12-1 Waipahu Campbell Won 8 September 27, 2013 35-14 Campbell
Campbell Sabers Kapolei Hurricanes Battle of the Ewa Plains 7 4-3 Campbell Campbell Won 1 October 4, 2013 18-14 Campbell
Castle Knights Kailua Surfriders The Hammer 5 3-2-0 Kailua Kailua Won 2 August 23, 2013 23-20 OT Kailua
Kaimuki Bulldogs Kalani Falcons The Calabash Bowl September 23, 2011 28-0 Kaimuki
Kaimuki Bulldogs McKinley Tigers McKinley Won 2 August 31, 2013 35-0 McKinley
Kalani Falcons Kaiser Cougars August 17, 2013 62-20 Kaiser
Leilehua Mules Radford Rams The Spirit of Freedom Bowl Leilehua September 24, 2011 52-0 Leilehua
Leilehua Mules Mililani Trojans September 27, 2013 14-44 Mililani
Punahou Buffanblu Roosevelt Rough Riders The Paint Brush 44 27-15-2 Punahou Punahou Won 1 August 12, 2011 38-0 Punahou
Kahuku Red Raiders Farrington Governors Kahuku Won 3 November 19, 2012 47-14 Kahuku
Kahuku Red Raiders St. Louis Crusaders St. Louis Won 1 August 17, 2013 45-24 St. Louis
Kahuku Red Raiders Waianae Seariders October 19, 2012 14-10 Kahuku
Farrington Governors Kamehameha-Kapalama Warriors 57 37-20 Kamehameha-Kapalama Kamehameha Won 1 August 16, 2013 38-3 Kamehameha
Farrington Governors McKinley Tigers 67 42-23-2 Farrington Farrington Won 9 September 14, 2013 25-13 Farrington

OIA Football Playoffs Bracket 2009[edit]

RED Division

  Wild Card
@ Higher Seed
Quarterfinal
@ Higher Seed
Semifinal
@Aloha Stadium
Championship
@ Aloha Stadium
                                     
    W1  Leilehua 29  
E4  Kailua 21     E4  Kailua 13    
  W1  Leilehua 9  
W5  Campbell 0    
  E2  Farrington 7    
E2  Farrington 26
   
  W3  Kapolei 7  
    W1  Leilehua 20
  E1  Kahuku 24
  W2  Waianae 16    
E3  Castle 23    
  E3  Castle 14
W4  Mililani 47  
  E1  Kahuku 19  
E5  Kaimuki 35     E1  Kahuku 35
 
    W4  Mililani 27  
3rd Place @ Kaiser HS
     
E2 Farrington 42
E3 Castle 26
  • RED-Champ: KAHUKU Red Raiders
  • 2nd Place: LEILEHUA Mules
  • 3rd Place:FARRINGTON Governors

Note: Will advance to play for HHSAA DI championship playoff. see HHSAA DI football championship bracket.

* Denotes Overtime Game

WHITE Division

Semifinal Championship
@ Aloha Stadium
           
1 Moanalua 21
4 Kalaheo 20
Moanalua 21
Aiea 7
3 Aiea 7
2 Radford 0
  • WHITE-Champ: MOANALUA Menehunes
  • 2nd Place:AIEA Na Ali'i

Note:

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

OIA Football Playoffs Bracket 2010[edit]

RED Division

  Wild Card
@ Higher Seed
Quarterfinal
@ Higher Seed
Semifinal
@Aloha Stadium
Championship
@ Aloha Stadium
                                     
    W1  Mililani 21  
E4  Farrington 10     E4  Farrington 14    
  W1  Mililani 38  
W5  Aiea 0    
  W3  Waianae 28    
E2  Kailua 7
   
  W3  Waianae 49  
    W1  Mililani 0
  E1  Kahuku 0 [FORFEIT]
  W2  Leilehua 26    
E3  Castle 13    
  W2  Leilehua 16
W4  Radford 29  
  E1  Kahuku 46  
E5  Moanalua 22     E1  Kahuku 52
 
    W4  Radford 7  
2nd/3rd Place @ Leilehua HS
     
W2 Leilehua 28
W3 Waianae 20
  • RED-Champ: Mililani
  • 2nd Place: Leilehua
  • 3rd Place: Waianae

Note:

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

WHITE Division

Semifinal Championship
@ Aloha Stadium
           
1 Kaimuki 14
4 Pearl City 13
Kaimuki 48
Kalaheo 12
3 Kalaheo 43
2 Waipahu 28
  • WHITE-Champ: Kaimuki
  • 2nd Place: Kalaheo

Note:

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

OIA Football Playoffs Bracket 2011 to Present[edit]

OIA Football Playoff Brackets for seasons 2011 to present can be found in their respective OIA season pages.

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "OIA Directors". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  3. ^ "About the OIA". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  4. ^ "OIA Directors". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  5. ^ "OIA Directors". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  6. ^ "OIA Directors". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  7. ^ "OIA Directors". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  8. ^ "Air Riflery". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  9. ^ "Baseball". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  10. ^ "Boys Basketball". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  11. ^ "Girls Basketball". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  12. ^ "Bowling". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  13. ^ "cheerleading". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  14. ^ "Cross Country". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  15. ^ "Football". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  16. ^ "Boys Golf". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  17. ^ "Girls Golf". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  18. ^ "Judo". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  19. ^ "Paddling". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  20. ^ "Boys Soccer". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  21. ^ "Girls Soccer". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  22. ^ "Soft Tennis". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  23. ^ "Softball". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  24. ^ "Swimming & Diving". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  25. ^ "Tennis". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  26. ^ "Track & Field". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  27. ^ "Boys Volleyball". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  28. ^ "Girls Volleyball". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  29. ^ "Water Polo". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  30. ^ "wrestling". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
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  32. ^ "OIA Directors". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  33. ^ "OIA Directors". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  34. ^ "OIA Directors". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  35. ^ "OIA Directors". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  36. ^ "OIA Directors". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  37. ^ "OIA Directors". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  38. ^ "OIA Directors". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  39. ^ "OIA Directors". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  40. ^ "OIA Directors". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  41. ^ "About the OIA: Mission Statement". Oahu Interscholastic Association. Retrieved January 31, 2012. 
  42. ^ "Hakipu'u Learning Center - A Public Charter School". High-Schools.com. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 

External links[edit]

OIA Sports[edit]

Baseball | Basketball (boys and girls) | Bowling | Cheerleading | Cross Country | Football | Golf | Judo | Paddling | Riflery | Soccer (boys and girls) | Softball | Soft Tennis | Swimming | Tennis | Track and Field | Volleyball (boys and girls) | Water Polo | Wrestling |