For the first time in decades, the OIA and ILH reached an agreement on an interleague schedule of non-league games Wednesday for the 2018 and 2019 football seasons.
The two leagues will compete in a schedule with three divisions:
6 OIA teams and 3 ILH teams
OIA: Campbell, Farrington, Kahuku, Kapolei, Mililani, Waianae.
ILH: Kamehameha, Punahou, St. Louis.
8 OIA teams and 2 ILH teams
OIA: Aiea, Castle, Kailua, Leilehua, Moanalua, Radford, Nanakuli, Waipahu.
ILH: Damien, St. Francis.
OIA: Kaimuki, Kaiser, Kalaheo, Kalani, McKinley, Pearl City, Roosevelt, Waialua.
ILH: Iolani, PAC-5.
All teams in their divisions will play each other once. The non-league game schedules for each division have yet to be finalized.
After the completion of the 2019 football season, the two leagues will determine whether to continue with the two-year pilot program of non-league football games.