Pearl City outscores PAC-5 19-13 in D2 inter-league varsity football

Sep 30, 2018 | PC Sports

Congratulations to the Chargers who improved to a perfect 5-0 in OIA D2 league play after defeating visiting PAC-5 Wolfpack 19-13 last night at Edwin Bino Neves stadium.

Charger QB Makana Canyon threw for 137 yards, completing 12/21 with one touchdown and no INT's. Christian Tielu completed 3/4 for 88 yards and two touchdowns.

Super Charger receiver Micah Quillopo-Jamile caught 6 passes to lead all pass catchers with 107 yards and one touchdown. Quillopo-Jamile hauled in a 64 yard touchdown pass from PC QB Christian Tielu early in the fourth quarter that increased the Charger lead over PAC-5 to 19-7.

PAC-5 QB Rocket Uechi completed 23/41 for 266 yards and one touchdown to lead all signal callers through the air.

Angelo Coluccio caught 5 passes for 78 yards for the Wolfpack..

The Chargers got on the scoreboard to open a 6-0 lead on a 27 yard touchdown pass from QB Makana Canyon to Thomas King with 6:24 on the clock in first quarter. Kyle Hyun tacked on the PAT to put the Chargers up 7-0. The Chargers first score of the ball game came after a blocked field goal by Nuusegi Afoa just outside the Chargers 20 yard line that was returned to PAC-5's 27 yard line. The Chargers scored their second touchdown of the first half on a 15 yard touchdown pass from Christian Tielu to RJ Kami with at 3:51 of the second quarter. The Chargers scored their final touchdown of the ball game on Quillopo-Jamile's 64 yard touchdown reception from Tielu at 10:56 of the fourth quarter.

PAC-5 got on the scoreboard at 11:54 of the fourth quarter on a 2 yard rushing touchdown by QB Rocket Uechi.and a 6 yard touchdown pass from Uechi to Ian Canute as time expired to end the game.

The Chargers (5-0, 5-2 overall) will celebrate Homecoming and Senior Night on Friday, October 5 against the visiting Roosevelt Rough Riders (5-1, 7-1 overall) in a OIA D2 showdown. The Chargers will end the regular season against the Kaimuki Bulldogs (5-0, 5-2 overall) on Saturday, October 13 at Farrington High School.

It's going to come down to the final two games of the regular season for a chance to bring home an OIA D2 championship to the Charger Nation!



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PAC-5 QB Rocket Uechi passed for 266 yards completing  23/41 and one touchdown.

The Wolfpack offense led by Uechi outgained the Chargers 286-222 of net offense.

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Pearl City's Nuusegi Afoa is pictured blocking a field goal attempt by PAC-5 kicker

Cy Shimamura just outside the Chargers 20 yard line half way through the first quarter

that was returned to the PAC-5 27 yard line. Thomas King later scored at 6:24 of the

first quarter on a 27 yard touchdown pass from QB Makana Canyon.

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Charger senior defensive back RJ Kami lined up on offense at tight end and would

score on a 15 yard touchdown pass from QB Christian Tielu at 3:51 of the second quarter.

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RJ Kami hauls in a 15 yard touchdown reception inside the

goal line in front of Wolfpack defensive back Cameron Dang.






The Pearl City Chargers junior varsity erased a 19 point first half deficit and then held off a late fourth quarter rally to defeat the visiting Nanakuli Golden Hawks 29-25 on Saturday at Edwin Bino Neves Stadium.

The Chargers (5-0 in OIA D2 league play) will take on the OIA D2 co-leader and undefeated Roosevelt Rough Riders (5-0 in OIA D2 league play) on Friday, October 5 with an OIA D2 JV Championship possibly on the line.

Huge weekend for both the Chargers varsity and junior varsity football programs.




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Pearl City JV QB Isaiah Cruz-Ameperosa scrambles for a gain late in the

fourth quarter in the Chargers 29-25 win over the Nanakuli Golden Hawks.