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  • August 17, 2022
State Tournament Berth-O-Meter: Only 4 Of 12 Hawaii High School Football Spots Are Left To Be Clinched

Eight Hawaii high school football teams are state tournament-bound. Four more will qualify this week.

In the Open Division, Kahuku and Mililani got into the mix with convincing OIA semifinal wins.

In Division I, Konawaena also got in by edging Hilo 7-6 in the BIIF title game, and in Division II, Kamehameha-Maui sealed a spot in states by rolling past King Kekaulike 38-0 for the MIL title.

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Two OIA championship games (Aiea at Moanalua in D-I, and Radford at Kaiser in D-II), one BIIF title game (Kamehameha-Hawaii at Hawaii Prep in D-II), and one OIA third-place game (Waianae vs. Campbell at the Waipahu High field) will decide the final four state tournament berths.

State tourney Open Division field
>> ILH champion: Saint Louis (5-3)
>> OIA representative: Kahuku (7-0) league champion or runner-up
>> OIA representative: Mililani (5-1), league champion or runner-up
>> OIA representative: Campbell (4-3) or Waianae (3-4) league third place

State tourney Division I field
>> ILH champion: ‘Iolani (9-0)
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OIA champion: Moanalua (5-1) or Aiea (3-2)
>> MIL champion: Lahainaluna (6-0)
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BIIF champion: Konawaena (6-0)

State tourney Division II field
>> KIF champion: Kapaa (5-0)
>> BIIF champion: Hawaii Prep (6-0) or Kamehameha-Hawaii (5-2)
>> MIL champion: Kamehameha-Maui (3-2)
>> OIA champion: Kaiser (7-0) or Radford (6-1)

The rest of the season’s regular-season, playoff and state tournament schedules follow, all the way through the last state tournament game on Dec. 30.

FRIDAY, DEC. 10
OIA Open championship game
>> Mililani vs. Kahuku, at Leilehua High field, 7:30 p.m.
OIA Division II
>> McKinley at Kaiser, 7 p.m.
>> Radford at Nanakuli, 7 p.m.
>> Kalani at Pearl City, 7 p.m.
MIL Division II
>> King Kekaulike at Kamehameha-Maui, 7 p.m.

SATURDAY, DEC. 11
OIA Open Division playoffs
>> 
Waianae vs. Campbell, at Waipahu High field, 6:30 p.m.
OIA Division I championship game
>> Aiea at Moanalua, 6 p.m.
OIA Division II
>> Waialua vs. Kaimuki, at Farrington High field, 6 p.m.
BIIF Division II championship game
>> Kamehameha-Hawaii at Hawaii Prep
KIF
>> Kauai vs. Kapaa, at Vidinha Stadium, 2:3o p.m.
MIL Division I
>> Baldwin vs. Maui, at War Memorial Stadium, 3 p.m.

WEEK 17

FRIDAY, DEC. 17
HHSAA Division I state tournament

>> Two semifinal games, at Farrington High field, times TBA

SATURDAY, DEC. 18
HHSAA Open Division state tournament
>> Two semifinals, at Farrington High field, times TBA
OIA Division II championship game
>> Radford at Kaiser, 6 p.m.

WEEK 18

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 22
HHSAA Division II state tournament
>> Two semifinal games, at Mililani High field, times TBA

THURSDAY, DEC. 23
HHSAA Open Division state tournament
>> Championship game, at Mililani High field, time TBA
HHSAA Division I state tournament
>> Championship game, at Mililani High field, time TBA

WEEK 19

THURSDAY, DEC. 30
HHSAA Division II state tournament
>> Championship game, at Farrington High field, time TBA

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