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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Sunday, October 29, 2006

Saint Louis clinches ILH title, state berth

By Kalani Takase
Advertiser Staff Writer

After a two-year absence from the postseason, No. 1 Saint Louis crushed No. 10 Damien, 44-0, Friday night to clinch the Interscholastic League of Honolulu title and earn its first berth in the state tournament since 2003.

"We were awesome," said a drenched Crusaders' head coach Delbert Tengan of his offense after getting doused in celebration. "I thought our guys were clicking. The offensive line was blocking well, we were running the ball well, and Micah (Mamiya) was hitting his receivers."

In front of an Aloha Stadium crowd of 3,974, Mamiya, a junior quarterback, completed 6 of 7 passes for 164 yards and four scores, two of which were to Shane Ahlo, who finished with three catches for 98 yards.

The Saints wasted little time, scoring on their first possession, a four-play, 73-yard drive capped by a 21-yard TD pass from Mamiya to Ahlo.

Saint Louis scored again on its next drive on a 25-yard completion from Mamiya to Billy Stutzmann. Kenton Chun's extra point made it 14-0. The Crusaders added a 25-yard field goal by Chun to close the first-quarter scoring.

A 27-point second quarter was highlighted by defensive end Scott Smith's 35-yard interception return. Smith, a 6-foot-7 senior, tipped George Martin's swing pass intended for running back Kama Bailey to himself and took it back for the final score of the first half.

Saint Louis scored on all seven of its first-half possessions.

"I just feel really happy for our seniors," Tengan said. "Last year we got so close, and we felt the pain and disappointment of not winning the ILH championship."

DAMIEN (3-5-1, 2-3-1) 0 0 0 0 0

SAINT LOUIS (9-0, 6-0) 17 27 0 044

SL Shane Ahlo 21 pass from Micah Mamiya (Kenton Chun kick)

SL Billy Stutzmann 25 pass from Mamiya (Chun kick)

SL FG Chun 25

SL Chase Alcott 41 pass from Mamiya (Chun kick)

SL Ahlo 52 pass from Mamiya (Chun kick)

SL Keani Nishigaya 2 run (Chun kick)

SL Scott Smith 35 interception return (run failed)

RUSHING Damien: Kama Bailey 16-43, Matthew Mayfield-Bibbs 7-55, Kaimana Balanon 1-0, Shane Philpot 1-3, JJ Kaina 1-2, George Martin 5-(minus 1). Saint Louis: Nishigaya 10-47, Devan Essner 4-22, Mamiya 4-62, Joshua Aina 3-10, Lucas Gonsalves 1-13, Kekoa Phillips 2-7, Tamatoa DeMello 3-40.

PASSING Damien: Martin 3-14-129. Saint Louis: Mamiya 6-7-0164, DeMello 1-1-00.

RECEIVING Damien: Bailey 1-24, Christian Vasconcellos 1-1, Chris Cross 1-4. Saint Louis: Ahlo 3-98, Stutzmann 1-25, Alcott 2-41, Justin Nakamoto 1-0.

PUNAHOU 38, PAC-FIVE 7

Brett Kan passed for 310 yards and four touchdowns, including three to Miah Ostrowski.

PUNAHOU (7-2, 4-2) 14 14 10 038

PAC-FIVE (2-7, 0-6) 0 0 7 0 7

Pun Miah Ostrowski 20 pass from Brett Kan (River Kim kick)

Pun Ostrowski 10 pass from Kan (Kim kick)

Pun Matthew Tsujimura 38 pass from Kan (Kim kick)

Pun Dalton Hilliard 3 run (Kim kick)

Pun Ostrowski 46 pass from Kan (Kim kick)

P5 Liko Satele 1 run (Josh Mun kick)

Pun FG Kim 37 RUSHING Punahou: Kainoa Carlson 7-14, Hilliard 4-35, Kan 3-13, Christopher Wong 2-1, Cayman Shutter 1-(minus 3), Team 1-(minus 1). Pac-Five: Shandon Augustus 3-3, Satele 4-18, Jordan Ho-Ching 13-44, Phillip Sarubbi 3-12, Jaime Rivera 5-53, Jon-Ray Rodigues 3-28

PASSING Punahou: Kan 20-23-1310, Pono Akina 6-13-051, Shutter 3-8-028. Pac-Five: Bryson Beirne 2-9-128, Rodrigues 9-22-080.

RECEIVING Punahou: Ostrowski 10-190, Kyle Whitford 3-15, Patrick McFadden 1-10, Kim 1-23, Hilliard 1-4, Lokani Lunn 2-14, Tsujimura 1-38, Carlson 2-18, Michael Kawano 1-9, Tobie Reeuwijk 2-33, Wong 3-3, Mark Silverstein 1-27, Ian Pene 1-5. Pac-Five: Matthew Bayan 4-42, Augustus 1-16, Logan Hiromoto 1-5, Christian Bueno-Kanel 4-31, Rivera 1-14.

KAMEHAMEHA 23, 'IOLANI 0

Jordan Rego ran for two touchdowns to lead the fourth-ranked Warriors.

KAMEHAMEHA (7-3, 3-3) 7 7 0 923

'IOLANI (4-4-1, 2-3-1) 0 0 0 0 0

KS Bronson DeLuze 1 run (Tyler Akao kick)

KS Jordan Rego 9 run (Akao kick)

KS FG Akao 29

KS Rego 1 run (kick blocked)

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