Lahainaluna vs. Maui High
Today, War Memorial Stadium, 7 p.m.
Kiko Kohler-Fonohema has helped Lahai-naluna High School to a 6-1 overall record in the Maui Interscholastic League this year.
The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photo
Lahainaluna can clinch at least a share of the overall Maui Interscholastic League championship for the second time in four seasons - the Lunas tied with Baldwin for the crown in 2009. Maui High can finish with four wins and a .500 league record for the first time since 2000, the Sabers' last MIL title season. Lahainaluna leads the league on offense and defense. Maui High is last on offense, and second on defense.
Lunas at a glance
Lahainaluna has two significant team numerical marks in sight. The Lunas need 353 yards of offense to average 300 per game for the MIL season. They also could push their defensive mark below 100 yards per game by allowing 77 or fewer. Kiko Kohler-Fonohema is the MIL's leading scorer, with 64 points.
MIL Second-Round Standings
Overall MIL record in parentheses
|Maui High (3-4)||1||2||.333||45||80|
|King Kekaulike (1-6)||1||2||.333||29||63|
|KS Maui (2-6)||1||3||.250||51||110|
x-clinched overall division championship
Friday, Oct. 18
Baldwin 42, Kamehameha Maui 20
Saturday, Oct. 19
Maui High 14, King Kekaulike 10
Lahainaluna vs. Maui High at War Memorial Stadium, 7 p.m.
Baldwin vs. King Kekaulike at War Memorial Stadium, 7 p.m.
End of regular season
Friday, Nov. 9 and Saturday, No. 10
HHSAA tournament Division I and Division II first-round games, times and sites TBA
Sabers at a glance
Maui High will try to set a tone for next season with shots at two individual crowns. Justin McCrary is second in the league in rushing with 528 yards. Jared Kapisi leads the MIL in receiving with 15 catches - the Sabers did not throw a pass last week and have completed 29 all season.
Baldwin vs. King Kekaulike
Saturday, War Memorial Stadium, 7 p.m.
Baldwin celebrates homecoming in the last game of the league season, can roll into the state tournament on the strength of a five-game winning streak and can run its streak of MIL overall titles won or shared to eight. King Kekaulike is looking to win more than one MIL game for the first time since 2010. The Bears rank second in the league on offense, but fourth on defense. Na Alii are fourth on offense and third on defense.
Bears at a glance
Keelan Ewaliko, who last year became the first player to lead the MIL in passing, rushing and scoring in the same season, can add rushing and scoring titles this season despite missing two games to injury. Larry Gines has a shot at the receiving title - two of the three players in front of him are done for the season.
Na Alii at a glance
Sophomore Ryley Widell leads the MIL in passing yards, and needs 170 to reach 1,000 for the season. Aaron Alama is eighth in rushing, and Romeo Cabbat is fifth in receptions, one spot in front of Alama. Austin Ferreira averages 28.8 yards per reception, best in the league among players with at least three catches.