Super Cooper’s 4 TD’s leads Pearl City over Waialua 64-0

Aug 26, 2017 | PC Sports

Pearl City’s Makoa Cooper picked up where he left off in last week’s 42-0 shut-out of Roosevelt with four more visits to the end zone in the Chargers 64-0 win against the visiting Waialua Bulldogs last night at Edwin Bino Neves Stadium.


Cooper scored four rushing touchdowns with the first coming off a 68 yard bolt at 11:33 of the first quarter. Cooper scored all of his touchdowns in the first half that helped propel the Chargers to a 51-0 halftime lead. The Chargers put up 36 points in the first quarter.


The potent Chargers offense led by QB Isaiah Asinsin rolled up 397 yards of net offense with 323 yards picked on the ground.

The Chargers defense came through again holding the Bulldogs to -15 yards of net offense.

Cooper led all rushers with 140 yards on 7 carries and 4 touchdowns. Treven Alvarado picked up 73 yards on 3 carries with a touchdown. Alvarado's TD came on a 72 yard run late in the fourth quarter. Andre Carter rushed for 65 yards on 5 carries.

Pearl City QB Isaiah Asinsin completed 7/11 for 74 yards and 2 TD's. Chase Cudimat caught 2 passes for 28 yards and a touchdown. Chad Mock caught 3 passes for 22 yards and a touchdown.

On defense, the Chargers continue to excel in forcing turnovers. Kasey Kikuyama scored on a 40 yard pick 6 in the second quarter. Shayden McMoore scored on a third quarter 56 yard pick 6. The Chargers also recorded a safety late in the second quarter.

The Chargers have outscored their first two opponents of the regular season 106-0. They will host Kalaheo next week Friday, September 1 at Edwin Bino Neves Stadium.



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The defending OIA Division 2 champion Waialua Bulldogs played with class and

heart last night against the Chargers pictured here congratulating Pearl City's

Makoa Cooper after he scored on a one yard touchdown run in the first quarter.

The Bulldogs are faced this season with overcoming adversity after graduating

22 seniors from last year's championship team and rebuilding with an underclassmen

roster in 2017 that includes nine freshman and seven sophomores.

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Treven Alvarado came up big last night scoring on a 72 yard run late in the

fourth quarter. Alvarado rushed for 73 yards on 3 carries and one touchdown.

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Kasey Kikuyama heads into the end zone with a convoy of Charger blockers after

intercepting a pass and returning it 40 yards for a pick six late in the second quarter.

Kikuyama recorded two INT's in the ball game.

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The Chargers D held the Bulldogs to -15 of net offense.

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The rugged Chargers O-line did their job against the Bulldogs Friday night, opening holes and

putting up a solid wall of protection for QB Isaiah Asinsin to have time find an open receiver.

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Left side of the Chargers O-line.