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VIDEO: MIL Football Weekend Highlight Reel, Oct. 5-6

October 8, 2012, 1:41 PM HST
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[flashvideo file=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IsoqzMGv33U /]  By Maui Now Staff

Video: recap of Maui Interscholastic League football games.

Friday, Oct. 5, 2012: Baldwin vs. Maui High at War Memorial Stadium

The Bears defeated the Sabers 49-17 as Baldwin quarterback Keelan Ewaliko ran for three touchdowns and threw for another.

The game was the MIL second-round opener for the Bears, who are 4-1 overall and now one win away from clinching a Division I state tournament berth. Maui High fell to 0-2 in the second round and 2-4 overall.

MIL Football. Maui Now photo.

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Friday’s Scoring Summary:

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Maui High 0 3 0 14—17

Baldwin 13 14 15 7—49

First Quarter

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BH—Keelan Ewaliko 9 run (Zacharia Coloma-Mariano kick), 7:56.

BH—Ewaliko 7 run (kick failed), 5:40.

Second Quarter

MH—Jared Kapisi 47 FG, 11:11.

BH—Coloma-Mariano 46 pass from Ewaliko (Coloma-Mariano kick), 10:43.

BH—Miki Fangatua 10 run (Coloma-Mariano kick), 3:16.

Third Quarter

BH—Thad Shishido 1 run (Anthony Tafuna pass from Ewaliko), 8:23.

BH—Chris Kazanecki 23 pass from Ewaliko (Coloma-Mariano kick), 3:45.

Fourth Quarter

BH—Ewaliko 25 run (Coloma-Mariano kick), 11:00.

MH—Soane Vaohea 8 run (Kapisi kick), 6:30.

MH—Mario Fernandez 33 run (Kapisi kick), 0:54.

Junior varsity-Baldwin 21, Maui High 12.

Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012:  Lahainaluna at Kamehameha Maui

The Lunas’ defense scored 14 points — off back-to-back interceptions return for touchdowns — before their offense even took the field Saturday night. Unbeaten Lahainaluna went on to win its sixth consecutive game.

Kamehameha Maui, however, became the first MIL team to score on the Lunas this season. Sophomore place-kicker Kamaha’o Romero kicked a 35-yard field goal midway through the third quarter to snap the Lunas’ scoreless streak at 23 1/2 quarters.

Lahainaluna eventually posted a 35-3 victory and have now outscored its MIL opponents 215-3. The Warriors fell to 2-4 overall and 1-1 in the second round.

Saturday’s Scoring Summary:

Lahainaluna 21 7 7 0—35

KS Maui 0 0 3 0—3

First Quarter

LHS—Semisi Filikitonga 37 interception return (Kiko Kohler-Fonohema kick), 10:13.

LHS—Jeffrey Ancog 22 interception return (Kohler-Fonohema kick), 8:36.

LHS—Filikitonga 43 pass from Kohler-Fonohema (Kohler-Fonohema kick), 5:24.

Second Quarter

LHS—Jared Rocha-Isalas 1 run (Kohler-Fonohema kick), 11:23.

Third Quarter

KSM—Kamahao Romero 35 FG, 6:32.

LHS—Mark Alamon 7 pass from Kohler-Fonohema (Kohler-Fonohema kick), 3:19.

Junior varsity-Lahainaluna 27, Kamehameha Maui 7.

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