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Iolani clinches playoff birth after win over Damien, Kamehameha II wins sloppy game vs. Pac-5

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Iolani clinches playoff birth after win over Damien, Kamehameha II wins sloppy game vs. Pac-5

The Iolani Raiders capped of their perfect ILH season with a 38-0 home shutout against Damien, clinching their spot in the Hawaii state playoffs. 

Iolani running back Brody Bantolina scored two touchdowns and racked up 70 yards on the ground as the Raiders put up 38 first-half points in a route over Damien. Along with a good special teams showing by Allison Chang (25 yard field goal), the defense came to play. Raiders defensive back Brayden Morioka caught two interceptions, taking one in for a score. 

Meanwhile, Kamehameha's division two team won a sloppy ball game that featured double digit turnovers. Aside from a Ezekial Rodrigues 40-yard touchdown to Nai Iwaki, Pac-5 could not get anything going offensively. Kamehameha's Noah Spencer and Nazaiah Caravallo both rushed for touchdowns, while Moe Passi led the way with 171 yards and a touchdown.