Pearl City over Kalani 35-20 in OIA D2 Varsity Football regular season opener

Aug 14, 2016 | PC Sports

The Pearl City Chargers defeated the Kalani Falcons 35-20 on Friday, August 1 in the Oahu Interscholastic Association Division 2 regular season opener for both squads at Aiea High School

Pearl City QB Kekainalu Simon completed 13 of 22 passes for 165 yards and 2 touchdowns. Simon also ran for 32 yards on 10 carries with 1 touchdown.

Paul Nunez caught 9 passes for 144 yards and 2 touchdowns to lead the Chargers. Charger running back Charles Freitas ran for 69 yards on 21 carries with 1 touchdown.

Kalani QB Seth Tina-Sobarano completed 9 of 23 passes for 224 yards and 1 touchdown. Tina-Sobarano also picked up 27 yards on 9 carries with 2 touchdowns. Ikaika Andaya haled in 4 receptions for 152 yards and 1 touchdown.

The Chargers return to action on the road at Roosevelt.on Friday, August 19.

V kicks off at 5:00pm

Varsity at 7:30pm



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QB Kekainalu Simon scored 3 touchdowns for the Chargers.

Three via the pass, and one touchdown on the ground.

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Charles Freitas scored the first touchdown of the ball game in

the first quarter on an exciting 20 yard run to the end zone.

Zameer Khan tacked on the PAT to give the Chargers a 7-0 lead

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Falcon QB scored on a 3 yard rushing touchdown in the second

quarter. Indi McCellan converted the PAT to tie the game at 7-7. 

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Patrick Nunez comes up with an over the shoulder catch in the second

quarter for a big gain.that brought the ball down to the Falcon 10 yard line.

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Nunez breaks free after the catch. Nunez caught 9 passes for 144 yards and 2 TD's.

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Simon tosses a four yard touchdown pass to the end zone.

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Nunez scores to put the Chargers up 13-7 in the second quarter.





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