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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Sunday, August 20, 2006

Waialua QB Fore passes for 538 yards

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Advertiser staff

Quarterback Caleb Fore passed for a record 538 yards to lead Waialua over Honoka'a, 42-27, last night in nonleague football on the Big Island.

Fore's 538 yards surpassed Roosevelt's Andrew Kamana'o, who passed for 481 yards in a 41-20 win against Kalani in 1991 during an O'ahu Interscholastic Association East game.

Fore completed 28 of 38 passes with five touchdowns against one interception. Four of the TDs were to Adam Foster, who had five receptions for 139 yards.

Fore also scored on a 15-yard run in the fourth quarter in a game that was tied at 21 at the half.

Donovan Matas led all receivers with nine catches for 214 yards, while Josh Whitaker added four receptions for 134 yards for Waialua.

Neither the leagues nor the Hawai'i High School Athletic Association have official individual statistics. The HHSAA only has records from state tournaments.

WAIALUA (1-0) 7 14 14 7—42

HONOKA'A (0-1) 14 7 0 6—27

WAI—Donovan Matas 5 pass from Caleb Fore (Kaikala Carvalho kick)

HON—Eddie Kawamoto 6 run (Jericho Sombrio kick).

HON—Joel Galdeira 3 run (Sombrio kick).

WAI—Adam Foster 33 pass from Fore (kick failed).

HON—Kaipo Spender 5 run (Sombrio kick).

WAI—Adam Foster 7 pass from Fore (Foster pass from Fore).

WAI—Adam Foster 23 pass from Fore (Carvalho kick).

WAI—Adam Foster 30 pass from Fore (Carvalho kick).

HON—Galdeira 11 run (kick failed).

WAI—Fore 15 run (Carvalho kick). RUSHING—Waialua: Matas 7-54, Edwin Rubio 4-91, Fore 7-28, Adam Foster 2-13, Torin Kobayashi 2-(minus 4), Scott Endow 1-3. Honoka'a: Damien Hart 1-15, A.J. McShane 7-31, Galdeira 12-59, Kawamoto 10-73, Spender 11-44, Ridge Umeda 11-109, Kanoa Akau 7-60, Casey Souza 1-5, Kekoa Jacob 1-(minus 1), Cody Wong 1-15.

PASSING—Waialua: Fore 28-38-1—538. Honoka'a: McShane 2-3-0—15.

RECEIVING—Waialua: Adam Foster 5-139, Matas 9-214, Josh Whittaker 4-134, Rubio 4-5, Tupu Foster 2-29, Don Langaman 1-0, Jordan Chun 1-0, Kobayashi 2-17. Hono-ka'a: Hart 1-0, Christian Cook 2-15.

Reported by Lincoln Barit