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HIT THE HOLE. Searider running back, Jemery Willes, prepares to run the ball against the Aiea Na Alii defense. The Seariders won the game 29-13. Photo by Gary Domingo-Oka

GAME PREVIEW Mililani Trojans

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he Seariders kept up the winning momentum last week, taking home a victory against the Aiea Na Ali’is. Aiea started the game with a bang scoring an early touchdown to take the first quarter lead 7-0. Kekoa Kaluhiokalani sparked the Searider offense in the second half, throwing for three touchdowns leading the team to a 29-13 win. This season is proving to be a great one so far as the Seariders as they seek to maintain their undefeated record.Tonight the Seariders are taking on the 2-1 Mililani Trojans. The Trojans only defeat came at the hands of state powerhouse Punahou. Despite the loss, Mililani is the top ranked high school in the state on scoringlive.com. The Trojan offense is averaging 182 passing yards and 201 rushing yards a game. The Searider defense will need to turn up the intensity if they hope to slow down the Trojans. Having confidence in his team,sophomore offensive lineman

Wai‘anae Seariders

Augustino Samisoni said, “I think that they will be good because they work hard and they always go hard on every single play.” On the opposite side of the ball the Searider offense has proved to be just as effective, averaging 138 passing yards and 189 rushing yards a game. However, the offensive production of tonight’s game may be challenged by injuries to key starters, including running back Jemery Willes. At the end of night though the defense will determine who is victorious on the field. “It doesn’t matter what team we play or how good their offense is. It’s what we bring to the game and how much pressure we put on the quarterback so he doesn’t make any plays,” said senior defensive end Mahvan Tau. With the undefeated record on the line, the 5th ranked Seariders must find a way to come together and bring down the number one Trojans and bring home another win for the Searider Nation.


VARSITY ROSTER Mililani Trojans # 1 2 3 4

PLAYER

POS.

Jayson Cardines

CB

Bronsen Ader

Larry Baquiran Zach Suyat

SB

7

Bronson Ramos

WR

9

Kainoa Wilson

11

Mata Leota

10

Preston Sinn

SB

5’10

S

5’7

CB

Robert Faleafine

QB

14

Ratleff Lewis

S

McKenzie Milton

5’11 5’8 6’3

5’11 5’6

Khalil Stevens

SB

18

Jaron Shon

DL

Ian Namu

5’11

QB

16 17

6’0

5’11

12 13

5’7

WR

SB

Derren Iha

170

5’9

RB/LB

8

5’7

S

Dayton Furuta Ryan Reedy

WT.

5’11

5 6

HT.

SB

S

5’9 6’1 5’8

19

Vavae Malepeai

RB/SB

21

Dearrien Muratsuka

CB

5’11

23

Cheyne Canstantino

RB

5’6

25

Michael Valenzuela

27

Graysen DeMello

29

Conan Maunakea

20 22 24 26 28 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

Jaren Zadio

Tyler Mamea

Joey Hashimoto Joshua Butac

S

CB CB SB SB S

Pakelo Lee

RB

Miguel Menjivar

S

5’11

S

5’7

Matt Ito

CB/K

Daniel Arakawa

SB

Cody Yamauchi

SB

Cheven Calma

Blake Kondo

Dariyen Narido

Kaimana Wilson

S

Jacob Bothelho

LB

52

Alexi Chisteckoff

LB

Jacob Afele

56

5’10 5’7

LB

6’0

5’10

Antonio Ala

OL

5’11

62

Johnathan Harling-Gray

DL

6’1

65

Derick Fetui-Suapaia

61

Iasaiah miyashiro

60

63 67 69

5’8 6’0 6’0 6’0

Tyler Santos

OL

Holden Young

OL

5’10

DL

6’2

Andru Tovi

70

Tamatoa Silva

73

Shane Kalani Leslie

71

DL

OL OL

6’0 6’2 6’2

David Ishii

OL

5’10

75

Tayler Fernandez-Dizon

OL

6’0

79

Jordan Agasova

77

Corey Correa

OL OL OL

80

Christopher Wong

WR

82

Alan Matsuoka

WR

81 83 85

Kalakaua Timoteo Elijah Welch Ty Purcell

86

Marc Matas

90

Marshall Urrutia

88

Tyler Hill

Head Coach - Rod York

WR WR

5’10 6’0 6’4 6’0 6’1 5’9 6’1

WR

5’10

WR

5’11

K

DL

180 155 135

12 11

12 11 11

160

12

150

10

180 150 135 175 180 190 185 160 145 155

12 12 12 12 12 10 11 11 9

11

150

12

130

11

145 145 170 165 160 175 140

11 11 11 11

12 11 11

200

12

145

11

160 150 170 135 135

12 11 11 11 11

11

5’9

5’10

DL

160

165

5’10

Vaniu Westbrook

12

175

12

5’4

DL

59

220

150

12

Sergio Urena

58

12

185

5’11

LB

LB

11

145

5’10

5’8

DL

Jesse Grace

12

12

Chris Sampaga

57

YR.

195

6’3

OL

55

54

5’11

DL

Brett Damato

Keali’i Matsunaga

5’7

5’10

SB

53

5’8

LB

Mana Lai

Rex Manu

5’6

LB

47

50

5’8

LB

DL

Sheldon Aki, Jr.

5’6

5’10

Kaimana Padello Bryant Acoba

5’8

DL

45

49

5’7

DL

LB

48

5’9

Keli’i Padello

Cody Abalos

46

5’5

5’8

SB

CB

44

5’9

WR

Dakota mengel

43

5’5

Gabriel Wilson

Jayden Caneso-Bantolina

39 41

5’8

5’10

Austin Esmeralda

40

6’0

CB

37 38

6’0

190

Wai‘anae Seariders

5’10 5’8

165

185 185

11

10 11

215

12

260

11

140 230 170 200

11 11 11 11

220

12

185

12

250

10

130 195 225 200 245 230 250

11 11 11 11

12 10 11

260

12

270

11

300 225

10 11

275

12

300

12

260 270

12 11

165

12

160

12

195 150 160 175 185 230

10 12 11 11

12 12

# 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 32 35 36 37 38 40 41 42 43 44 46 48 49 50 52 53 54 55 56 58 59 61 63 65 66 67 68 70 71 72 73 76 77 80 81 82 85 87 88

PLAYER Koali Opunui Cameron Cardus-Hamp Joshua Searle Trensten Spragling Ronald Matautia Chade Wong Stanley Keama-Jacobe Ioane Kaluhiokalani Kekoa Kaluhiokalani Winston Kekahuna Joshua Jeremiah Niko Kala-Mahiai Salamanesa Taufi Stanton Spencer Chaz Bolig David Torres John Barbieto Brandon Canionero Jemery Willes Emil Muraoka Christian Dorwelo Christopher-Dukua Passi Jeremy Bermodez Chase Kuamoo-Vincent Christian Searle Vance Alvaro Justice Gomes Triston Wilbur Sheaven Ferreira-Delima Mahvan Tau Johnathan Rosa-Sinclair Nayton Kuresa Justice Jardine Timmy Hoopili Isaiah Agiga Kainalu Werner Austin Cabral-Siarot Jonathan Lasconia Joshua Rosa-Sinclair Saumi Faliuga Tyler Stone Shayne-Lopaka Reagan Conrado Asuncion Stansen Fonoti Kalalena Mauga Ulysses Saromines Shanson Valdez Maika Koko Senio Samisoni Sione Taukolo Kanai Villegas Isakara Sataraka Deon Carroll Augustino Samisoni Johnothan Napierala-Rose Nainoa Malaki Jalen Galon Pookela Noa-Nakamoto Iokepa Ili Vaaitino Atuatasi

POS. DB LB DB RB LB DB QB QB QB WR DB RB DB WR RB DB RB DB RB RB RB RB DB LB DB DB LB RB DL RB LB DL DL RB LB OL OL LB LB OL DL DL OL OL OL OL DL DL DL DL OL OL OL OL WR WR TE WR TE TE

HT. 5'11 5'9 5'11 5'10 5'9 5'7 5'10 6'1 6'1 6'1 5'11 5'6 5'9 5'10 5'6 5'9 5'7 5'7 5'10 5'4 5'5 5'7 5'10 5'8 5'9 5'6 5'6 5'10 6'1 5'9 5'11 6'0 6’0 5'5 6'0 5'10 5'9 5'8 6'1 5'9 5'11 5'9 6'0 6'1 6'2 5'11 5'9 6'0 6'2 5'11 6'0 5'10 5'9 6'1 5'11 5'11 6'2 6'0 6'2 6'2

WT. 165 180 175 150 185 160 150 180 190 130 160 150 165 160 145 145 140 165 165 130 190 200 165 200 155 150 170 205 260 210 185 220 190 200 175 190 230 185 165 215 220 220 240 310 280 245 210 250 290 215 250 330 305 350 155 160 200 160 210 210

GR. 12 12 12 11 11 12 11 11 12 11 12 11 11 11 12 11 11 12 12 12 12 11 12 12 12 12 12 11 12 12 11 11 12 12 11 12 12 12 11 12 11 11 12 12 11 11 11 11 12 11 12 12 12 10 11 11 11 12 11 12

Head Coach: Daniel Matsumoto Asst. Head Coach: Matt Murakawa Asst. Coaches: Anthony Sandobal, Kana Kawai, Faigata Lave, Dennis Kauwe, Ernest Sadamaru, Tovio Ahvan, Wadsley Abihai, Lia Atuatasi, Salele Tau, Kaleo Searle, Kimo Akiona, Sasae Paogofie, Robert Abad


JUNIOR VARSITY ROSTER # 3 4 5

Player

Royce Carrick

Jayven Towne

RB

9

DB

Jayven Gonsales

LB

9

Noah Kealoha

10

Ezkiah Moniz-Hopeau

12

Koyo Penitani

12

Gr.

DB

Austin Keliinoi-Westbrook

11

Pos.

Sheldon Bailey

7 8

Wai‘anae Seariders

RB LB

DB

Jaen Ulu

QB

Michael Ganaban

DB

20

Jurick Valdez

RB

18

Brandon Hattori

21

Alexander Quijano

23

Mark New

22 24

29

Eti Lui

28 29

Chad Kea

DB

Chavison Ani

DB

Demetri Tiumalu

RB

35

Shayden Medeiros

37

Dylan Liborio-Malasig

39

Jory Mahuka

41 42

9 9

RB

10

RB

10

RB

9

9

10

Johansen Smith

RB

10

Aina Townsend

RB

10

Joey Nuuanu-Kuhiiki

DL

10

DL

10

Chanson Akiona Marion Manuma

44

Caleb Cardus

47

RB

10

DB

Calvin Kekahuna

46

LB

Alena Pahinui

43 43

9

10

Adam Stone

Nicholas Keliikoa

40

RB

9

33

38

10

RB

Blaise Gonsalves

36

9

DB

Elijah Brame

31

35

10

10

10

Jacob Naosusuga

32

9

LB

30 31

9

DB

DB

Paxston Popa

9

10

Mosiah Brame

27

10

TE

WR

Kade Ambrocio

26

DB

Dayden Coyaso

25

9

10

9

QB

Dayten Weber

DB DL

RB DL LB

Kaikea Barreto

DL

Corey Jones

DL

Rodnam Poah

Dalton Rajkowski

DB

9

52

Charles Mamala

LB

10

54

Cael Whitney

LB

9

50

10

10

Jorell Pontes-Borge

Gr.

10

DB

15

14

Pos.

48

10

Garrison Ballesteros-Kalama

Player

10

LB

14

#

9 9 9 9

10 9 9

LB

10

LB

9

9

49

53

Rudy Jay Keopuhiwa DJ Roberts

Ikona Kaapana

DL LB LB

9 9

10

55

John Kapua Vi

DL

10

58

Josiah VIliamu

LB

9

60

Joey Soriano-Kikila

OL

62

Jonathan Naeole-Casuga

OL

64

Levi Jenks

56 59 61 63 65 65 66 67

John McFall Justin Kikila

Samuel Shimabakuro Jonah Maga Alafale Lave

Theodore Mahiai Micah Tucay

Brayden Tapeni

67

Nawailohi Pascua

70

Zackary Fountain

72

Kody Rosa

68 71

Edwin Dorwelo Jonovan Iriarte

73

Kaipo Keohuhu-Paaluhi

76

Eddie Leiato

75 77

Dylan Carroll Sani Young

DL DL

10

OL

10

OL

10

OL OL OL OL

Keonaona Lindsey

91 92 93

OL

9

OL OL

WR

9 9 9 9 9

TE

10

TE

10

DL

10

DL

9

TE DL

Solofua Grey

DL

Faletoa Ailua

9

10

Dominic Saensombat

Micah Atuatasi

9

OL

Tamalei Foster

90

9

9

85

Jordan Marquez-Pacapac

9

OL

OL

WR

88

9

10

Jeruselem Tootoo

87

10

OL

82

Teronica Amani

9

OL

OL

WR

83

10 10

Donovan Torres John Ganer

10

OL

80 81

9

DL

9 9 9 9

Head Coach: Walter Young Asst. Head Coach: Ryan Lancaster Asst. Coaches: Sam Bailey, Joe Abel, Danny Young, James Young, Kainoa Evangelista, Dallas Pali, Michael Keamo, Sam Tapeni, Jack Tapeni, Bronson Young, Sonny Napierala, Keoni Napierala


Pookela Noa-Nakamoto Wide Reciever

Q:

Describe what goes through your mind when the ball is coming at you in the air?

A:

In mind, I’ve worked too hard to even think about letting it go.

Q:

How do you prepare mentally and physically before the game starts?

A:

I think about all that I’ve done, and my brothers I play with, they motivate me to do my best.

Q:

Explain how you feel when you catch a pass? Can you describe the best catch you ever made?

A:

The feeling is indescribable, knowing I’ve done my job is awesome. My best catch would be against Leilehua last year for it being my longest.

Q:

Explain the first thing that comes to your mind after making a touchdown?

A:

I thank god for every touchdown I make.


SNAP CHAT What is your mind-set before the snap?

Fresh. Dayten Weber “Before the snap my adrenaline gets high and my mind blocks everything off and just focuses on where the ball is.”

Soph. Marion Manuma “My mindset is to get at least one sack for every series I play because even just one sack is a good thing.”

Soph. Koyo Penitani “My mind is set to put the ball carier on their back and do my job as a middle linebacker and make sure the running back doesn’t gain yards.”

Soph. Garrison Kalama “My mind is set on taking the win home and representing Wai’anae because we practice hard every day to show everyone what we can do.”

Fresh. Ezekiah Moniz “My mind is set on blocking the pass because as a defensive back that is my main priority.”

Senior Tiare Machado “I tell myself to not screw up and no matter what keep smiling because I always seem to make a straight face.”

Junior Jazmine Calixtro “Before I step on the field my mind is set to just stay positive and smile a lot so I look happy.”

Junior Dani Kaohe “My mind is set on my team and our routine. I blur out everyone and just focus on punching out every move.”

Soph. Malu Apirana “Don’t screw up when you cheer because I have a tendency of looking at my friends and forgetting the cheer.”

Senior Tiare Galzote-Gines “To be loud and do my BEST! Always smile, make sure I cheer on football boys.”

Senior Jeremy Bermodez “My mindset before the snap is to do my right assignment and make the receiver look bad. If I can lock down my side it’ll be that much easier for us as a team to win.”

Junior Sione Taukolo “Before the snap I think about how I’m going to execute the play because it is the key of winning or getting a touchdown.”

Junior Nainoa Malaki “I focus on doing the right play because if I do the wrong play then I’ll get yelled at and make myself not focus.”

  Junior Joshua Rosa-Sinclair “My mind is set on being the first one to the person with the ball and making the first hit.”

Senior Emil Muraoka III “A lot goes on mind. Most of which would be who I’m blocking, if I’m running, when I motion, especially what the court is for the snap.”


SEARIDER SCHEDULE Football schedule WK

AUG TH

5:00

WK

AUG TH

4:30

@

WK

AUG TH

5:00

@

WK

SEP TH

5:00

WK

SEP TH

5:00

WK

SEP TH

5:00

@

WK

SEP TH

5:00

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ONE TWO THREE FOUR FIVE SIX

SEVEN

16 24 30 6

13 20 27

PM PM PM PM PM PM PM

***All start times are for JV games only. Varsity game to follow 30 minutes after the JV game concludes.


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Aiea Na Alii August 24, 2013 Seariders 29 Aiea 13 JV Seariders 31 Aiea 15


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ALMA MATER Hail to thee, O Wai‘anae Set against the radiant sky. From the beaches still and cool Come the breezes towards our school. From the mountains to the ocean We all stand with firm devotion. Wai‘anae Alma Mater Wai‘anae Alma Mater

Forward then, O Wai‘anae With your colors waving high. Led by both the red and blue We will always fight for you. Let our hearts be filled with spirit Love of wisdom, pride and honor. Wai‘anae Alma Mater Wai‘anae Alma Mater

SEARIDER SPORTS Editor In Chief

Charlemaine Blue

Editors

Jesa Mae Delos Reyes, Gary Domingo-Oka Keani Malo, Mahea Nieto-Lopes, Monique Paogofie

Advisers

John Allen III, Bryson Armitage, Jason Britt, Bill Evangelista, Curtis Furumoto, Na‘a Makekau, Michael Oconnor, Candy Suiso

Athletic Director Glenn Tokunaga

Searider New Tech Academy Principal Kevin Matsuba

Wai‘anae High School Principal Nelson Shigeta


Searider Sports Volume 3 Issue 3  

Weekly sports publication for Wai'anae High School. August 30,2013 Wai'anae Seariders V.S Mililani Trojans

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