Da Blitz! Sept. 6UPDATED 11:21 PM HST Sep 06, 2013Video Transcript
It's THAT time again.... High school football under the Friday night lights. This is "Da Blitz", I'm Robert Kekaula. I'm Brandi Higa. ON "Da Blitz" tonight, our k-i- t-v dot-com FAN "Game of Week" takes us to Wahiawa..... Gotta HAND to 'em, out-manned EVERY week, but the Raiders play BIG..... Jordan Ross, 15-yard touchdown, his TENTH of the season ...... Warriors, BIG on defense ALL season, allowing on AVERAGE, minus-17 yards rushing per game. They do THIS a lot as well...... Dylan Kane, that's a 23 I-N-T for T-D...... GOOD "night-cap" at Aloha Stadium. 38-22 Kamehameha the final, Warriors now 5-and-0, NEXT week they meet Punahou. In THEIR loss to Kamehameha last week, St. Louis surrenderd 28 UN-ANSWERED points in the 4th quarter. Crusaders bounced-back in a BIG way tonight, scoring SIXTY-SIX un-aswered points against Pac-Five. Boys from Kalaepohaku, it ALL starts with quarterback Ryder Kuhns. First quarter, Kuhns TENTH touchdown-pass of 20-13, SEVENTY yards to Devon Stubblefield. Kuhns ranks SECOND among D-1 Q-B's in the state. Winless wolfpack ANSWERED early. Anthony Canencia with his SIXTH t-d-toss of the season, 18-yards to Tsubasa Brennen. P-A-T no-good, 7-6 St. Louis. An EXPLOSION of points for the Crusaders followed, Adam Noga, his FIFTH rushing score of the season covered 79- yards. 52-6 at the half. The FINAL ......73-to-6. Seariders drew "first blood" tonight...... Yup, Ronald Matautia getting in from 2-yards out. 7-zip Wai'anae. Got to THIRTEEN zero soon after, when Ioane Kaluhiokalani recovered a Mules fumble in the end-zone, off the ensuing KICK-OFF. Leilehua ANSWERED that, Q-B Mack Eberhardt, the transfer from Massachusetts, KEEPING it, scoring from 34-yards out. NOT enough for the Mules to stay UN-BEATEN in 20-13. Waianae with a 39-21 "W". 485-yards / 9 touchdwns, Vavae Malepeai is the TOP division-one runningback in the state. Milton McKenzie, 500- yards-passing / 5 t-d's thru 4- games ranks 5th. BOTH just Mililani SOPHOMORES. Early going .... Trojans recovered a fumble of a missed-echange by Waipahu. That's Rex Manu as "Johnny On the Spot' for Mililani. The McKenzie, here's his SIXTH t-d pass of the season. Bronsen Ader on the receiving end. Trojans improved to 3- and-0 in O-I-A play, winning 39-12. - Brandon Makekau / Kyle Urasaki Castle SECOND match-up in the O-I-A's Red East division tonight, takes us to the "Second City". Kapolei, off their 22-18 win over Waipahu, hosting Aiea. Na Ali'i lost 28-7 to Campbell last week. At halftime tonight, Hurricanes lead Aiea 3-zero. Finally a touchdown AFTER intermission. Triston Pebria on 4th and 1, got MUCH more than that. And showed LOTS of balance. Kapolei won 10-7 tonight, HOLDING OFF Na Ali'i, they got this LATE t-d, Elijah Tausaga to Darryl Ogawa-Staples. NEXT on "Da Blitz"....action from the O-I-A's White Division. TOP battle had Kaiser at Waialua. Cougars ripped Radford last week 48-17. And the Bulldogs got popped by Pearl City 38-12. FINAL out in Waialua tonight, ALL Kaiser, 56-zero, Cougars now 3-and-0 in LEAGUE play, 3-and-1 overall. This is Radford versus Kalani, ALSO in the O-I-A's White Division. Rams running-back Tobias Powell, THRU, and PAST the Falcons, Radford led 6-3. Kalani Q-B Noah Brum, he ranks THIRD in Division-2, helping his own cause with t-d connection number TWELVE this season.... NOT enough though, Rams rebounding from last weeks loss to Kaiser, winning a SHOOT-OUT, 47-37 - Petro Mataia - Justin Dupio TD run Hey, he DOES look a bit "Parched" KIDDING me ...? I'm feelin' FINE thank you. So is ROOSEVELT, after stopping Anuenue 24-14 tonight. Rough-Riders ran-away after the game was tied at 6. That was after Na Koa recovered a muffed-snap on a punt-attempt, and turned that into an A-J Grace-Kekawa touchdown run.