2012 HHSAA Division II State Football Champion

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2012 Iolani Raiders football
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ILH Division II Champion
HHSAA State Champion
Conference Interscholastic League of Honolulu Division II
2012 record 9-3 (4-3 ILH)
Head coach Wendell Look (21st year)
Offensive coordinator Joel Lane (3rd year)
Offensive scheme Run and Shoot
Defensive coordinator Delbert Tengan (3rd year)
Base defense 4-3 defense
Home stadium Kozuki Stadium (c. 1200)
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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

The 2012 HHSAA Division II State Football Champion was the Iolani Raider football team. The Raiders competed on behalf of Iolani School in Division II of the Interscholastic League of Honolulu during the 2012 HHSAA Football Season. Headcoach Wendell Look was in his 21st season with the Raiders. Iolani played all their home games at Kozuki Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii. Iolani ended the 2012 season winning their 8th consecutive Interscholastic League of Honolulu Division II title (second in consecutive league titles behind Cal Lee's St. Louis Crusaders, who won 16 consecutive ILH titles between 1986 and 2001) and a 6th consecutive state Division II title (8th overall). They were ranked #8 in the state and #936 in the nation.

Iolani clinched the ILH Division II berth into the HHSAA Division II play-off with a 28-10 win over Pac-5. This also secured Iolani with the #1 seed and first round by headed into the play-offs. In the semi-final round, Iolani blanked OIA White champion Radford 43-0.

Previous Season[edit]

Iolani ended the 2011 season with both the ILH Division II Championship and their 5th straight HHSAA Division II State Championship. Iolani ended with a winning 8-4 record (4-3 ILH).


Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result
August 11 7:30PM vs. Konawaena* #8 Aloha StadiumHalawa, Hawaii (Father Bray Football Classic) W 43-40  
August 18 6:00PM #21 Waipahu* #8 Masa Yonamine Athletic Complex • Waipahu, Hawaii (Pre-season) W 35-34  
August 25 2:00PM Hawaii Prep* #9 Kozuki Stadium • Honolulu, Hawaii (Pre-season) W 44-6  
August 31 5:00PM vs. #18 Pac-Five #9 Aloha Stadium • Halawa, Hawaii W 16-10  
September 8 7:30PM vs. #5 St. Louis #9 Aloha Stadium • Halawa, Hawaii L 39-68  
September 20 5:00PM at #7 Kamehameha #10 Kunuiakea Stadium • Honolulu, Hawaii L 34-42  
September 28 5:00PM vs. #25 Damien #11 Aloha Stadium • Halawa, Hawaii W 48-16  
October 5 3:15PM at #2 Punahou #12 Alexander Field • Honolulu, Hawaii L 14-55  
October 19 5:00PM vs. Damien #12 Aloha Stadium • Halawa, Hawaii W 21-6  
October 27 2:30PM #17 Pac-Five #12 Kozuki Stadium • Honolulu, Hawaii W 28-10  
November 17 7:00PM vs. #13 Radford* #12 Aloha Stadium • Halawa, Hawaii (HHSAA State Semi-Finals) OC1012 W 43-0  
November 23 4:00PM vs. #13 Lahainaluna* #8 Aloha Stadium • Halawa, Hawaii (HHSAA State Championship) OC1012 W 36-33  
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from Coaches' Poll released prior to game.

Notable Games[edit]

Father Bray Football Classic: Iolani School Raiders vs. Konawaena High School Wildcats
1 2 3 4 Total
Wildcats 14 7 7 12 40
Raiders 13 13 10 7 43

at Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, HI

  • Date: August 11
  • Game time: 7:30 p.m. HST
Game information
First Quarter
  • IOL Kody Mento 1-yard run (Jordan Genovia kick failed)
  • KONA John Kamoku 69-yard run (Kenan Gasper kick)
  • IOL Chad Hanaoka 20-yard pass from Reece Foy (Genovia kick)
  • KONA Bubba Ellis-Noa 1-yard run (Gasper kick)
Second quarter
  • IOL Foy 1-yard run (Genovia kick)
  • KONA Austin Denis punt return (Gasper kick)
  • IOL Hanaoka 12-yard pass from Foy (pass failed)
Third quarter
  • IOL Yuuyo Kato 23-yard pass from Foy (Genovia kick)
  • IOL Genovia 30-yard field goal
  • KONA Dominic Morris 28-yard pass from Kahoalii Karratti (Gasper kick)
Fourth quarter
  • KONA Morris 13-yard pass from Karratti (Pass failed)
  • KONA Ellis-Noa 3-yard run (Gasper kick failed)
  • IOL Chase Kanekuni 21-yard pass from Foy (Genovia kick good)
Top passers
  • IOL – Reece Foy – 15/23, 285 YDS, 4 TD
  • KONA – Kahoalii Karratti – 12/24, 216 YDS, 2 TD, INT
Top rushers
  • IOL – Reece Foy – 7 CAR, 51 YDS, TD
  • KONA – John Kamoku – 2 CAR, 70 YDS, TD
Top receivers
  • IOL – Chase Kanekuni – 6 REC, 130 YDS, TD
  • NYG – Domonic Morris – 6 REC, 131 YDS, 2 TD

The defending 2011 HHSAA Division II champions Iolani Raiders opened their 2012 season with the 49th annual Father Bray Football Classic against the Konawaena High School Wildcats of the Big Island Interscholastic Federation at Aloha Stadium. Iolani would strike first with a Kody Mento 1-yard run for a touchdown. Kicker Jordan Genovia missed the ensuing extra point to open the scoring at 6-0. The teams exchanged touchdowns until the half, 26-21 Iolani.

The third quarter saw the Raiders widen the lead 36-21 before Konawaena scored 19 unanswered points (3 touchdowns with 2 failed conversions) to pass Iolani 40-36. Foy then led Iolani on a 6-play, 80 yard game winning drive which ended with a 21-yard pass to wide receiver Chase Kanekuni. Konawaena's next drive died at their own 45-yard line and the Wildcats converted on downs with 45 seconds to play.

At the time, Konawaena was favored to be the BIIF Champions and challenge Iolani in the HHSAA Division II championship. Konawaena was eliminated in the quarter final round by Nanakuli.


2012 Iolani School Raiders football team roster
Players Coaches
Pos. # Name Class
WR 2 Nishioka, TannerTanner Nishioka Sr
WR 3 Kekina, KyleKyle Kekina Sr
QB 4 On, Austin JimAustin Jim On So
QB 5 Foy, ReeceReece Foy Sr
RB 6 Mento, KodyKody Mento Sr
SB 11 Kato, YuuyaYuuya Kato Sr
SB 12 Hanaoka, ChadChad Hanaoka Jr
QB 14 Tsubata, EastonEaston Tsubata Jr
SB 18 Ohira, AustonAuston Ohira Jr
WR 23 Nishioka, TannerTanner Nishioka Jr
SB 26 Teruya, TylerTyler Teruya So
RB 29 Maneafaiga, MaxMax Maneafaiga Jr
RB 33 Overcash, AdamAdam Overcash Sr
WR 36 Ohira, AustinAustin Ohira So
RB 40 Genovia, JordanJordan Genovia So
OL 52 Oishi, NathanielNathaniel Oishi So
OL 53 Pudiquet, CameronCameron Pudiquet Jr
OL 54 Kugiya, JaseJase Kugiya Jr
OL 58 Uehara, AdamAdam Uehara Jr
OL 60 McKenna, TylerTyler McKenna Jr
OL 65 Kiehm, SpencerSpencer Kiehm Jr
OL 72 Borden, KamuKamu Borden So
OL 75 Passi, SkkySkky Passi So
WR 83 Fong, AdamAdam Fong Sr
WR 84 Kanekuni, ChaseChase Kanekuni Jr
WR 85 Ohira, ConnorConnor Ohira So
SB 88 Tagawa, ZacharyZachary Tagawa Jr
WR 89 Manago, MatthewMatthew Manago So
Pos. # Name Class
DB 1 Look, MaxMax Look Jr
LB 7 Situmeang, JosiahJosiah Situmeang Sr
DB 8 Makishima, KyleKyle Makishima Sr
DB 9 Conlan, JoshuaJoshua Conlan Sr
DB 10 Okimura, AndrewAndrew Okimura Sr
DB 19 Los Banos, James "JT"James "JT" Los Banos Jr
DB 20 Meota, MataMata Meota Jr
DB 21 Togami, KevinKevin Togami Jr
DL 22 Sele, EsauEsau Sele Sr
DB 25 Miwa, MatthewMatthew Miwa Jr
DB 27 Matautia, Quinton SladeQuinton Slade Matautia So
DB 29 Hayashi, BradleyBradley Hayashi So
S 33 Pham, BryanBryan Pham Sr
DL 34 Kwok, AdrianAdrian Kwok Sr
DB 35 Lotomau, StormStorm Lotomau So
LB 43 Maa, WyattWyatt Maa So
LB 44 Itai, DillonDillon Itai Jr
LB 47 Sakka, BrandanBrandan Sakka Jr
DL 50 Soriano, TristonTriston Soriano Jr
DL 55 Wataru, JonahJonah Wataru Jr
DL 56 Noguchi, KenjiKenji Noguchi So
DL 74 Gonazaga, JoshuaJoshua Gonazaga Jr
DL 77 He, EricEric He So
DL 92 Ma, MarcMarc Ma Jr
DL 95 Kim, SeanSean Kim Jr
DL 99 McArthur, MatthewMatthew McArthur So
DB Swenson, JakeJake Swenson Redshirt.svg So
Special teams
Pos. # Name Class
K 23 Genovia, JordanJordan Genovia Jr
Head coach
  • Wendell Look
Coordinators/assistant coaches
  • Delbert Tengan - Defensive Coordinator
  • Joel Lane - Offensive Coordinator

  • (C) Team captain
  • (S) Suspended
  • (I) Ineligible
  • Injured Injured
  • Redshirt Redshirt