Pearl City vs. Waialua OIA D2 varsity football game suspended due to lighting

Aug 23, 2015 | PC Sports

Last night's Pearl City vs. Waialua OIA D2 varsity football game held at Pearl City High School's Edwin Bino Neves Stadium was suspended at 10:48 of the fourth quarter due to lightning. Waialua led Pearl City 14-12 when the game was called by officials.

Play is scheduled to resume on Monday, August 24 at 6pm at PCHS.



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Pearl City QB Isaiah Asinsin led the Chargers offense for the second game in a row

while filling in for injured starting QB Kekainalu Simon. Asinsin tossed two touchdown

passes connecting with Israel Kaleo on a 25 yard TD strike at 4:48 of the second quarter that

put the Chargers up 6-0, followed by his second TD through the air on a 12 yard pass to

Kavosiee Mason that increased the Chargers lead to 12-0 at 6:29 of the third quarter.

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Israel Kaleo sheds a Bulldog defender on his way to scoring the Chargers first

touchdown on a 25 yard TD pass from QB Isaiah Asinsin at 4:48 of the second quarter. 

Photo by Barry Villamil | [email protected]


Photo by Barry Villamil | [email protected]

The Bulldogs blocked a field goal attempt by Charger kicker Zameer Kahn early

in the fourth quarter that was picked up by Lancen Kuni and returned 90 yards

for a touchdown. The Bulldogs tacked on the PAT to take a 14-12 lead over

the Chargers. Waialua special teams also blocked a Pearl City PAT after the

Chargers first touchdown of the ball game.

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Waialua's Lancen Kuni sprints down the field after picking up a blocked field goal attempt

and returning it 90 yards to give the Bulldogs their first lead of the ball game at 13-12.