Pearl City routs Kalaheo 47-6, improves to 4-0 in league play

Sep 15, 2018 | PC Sports

The Pearl City Chargers improved to 4-0 in Oahu Interscholastic Association Division 2 varsity football after defeating the Kalaheo Mustangs 47-6 on Friday at Kailua High School..

Charger QB Makana Canyon passed for 158 yards and 4 TD's. Thomas King picked up 102 yards on 6 receptions with 2 TD's. Stanton Hong caught 1 pass for 22 yards and 1 TD. Micah Quillopo-Jamile caught 3 passes for 17 yards and 1 TD. Po'okela Moses-Espanto rushed for 76 yards on 3 carries with 1 TD. Herbert Hallers rushed for 41 yards on 4 carries.

On defense Charger DB Justin Pfau recorded an interception and a fumble recovery. Adonis Aufaga and Sione Siulangapo had a sack apiece in the ball game.

Kalaheo QB Noah Lapera passed for 120 yards and 1 TD. Lapera also rushed for 57 yards on 6 carries. Mustang wide receiver Kekoa Alana caught 2 passes for 56 yards. Jordan Neufeldt hauled in 5 passes for 49 yards and 1 TD. Carl Addy rushed for 85 yards on 16 carries.

Pearl City remains perfect in league play at 4-0 (4-2 overall) while Kalaheo pulls even at 2-2 (2-4 overall).

Tonight the Chargers junior varsity team will take on Punahou at Pearl City High School with kick-off set for 5:00 pm.



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Charger QB Makana Canyon completed 10/22 for 158 yards and 4 TD's.

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Kalaheo QB Noah Lapera passed for 120 yards and 1 touchdown.

Lapera also rushed for 57 yards on 6 carries.

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Thomas King caught 6 passes for 102 yards and 2 touchdowns for the Chargers.

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King also contributed in the Chargers kicking game handling both PAT's and punts.

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Justin Pfau picked off Mustang QB Noah Lapera late in the 1st quarter that led

to the Chargers scoring their third touchdown of the 1st quarter on an 11 yard

touchdown pass from Makana Canyon to Thomas King.

Photo by Barry Villamil | [email protected]