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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


GAME PREVIEW Waipahu Marauders

T

VS

he Seariders were in a back and forth battle last week against the Campbell Sabers. In the last minutes of the fourth quarter the Seariders led the Sabers 25-24, when out of nowhere came the game changing play. The Searider’s drive had come to a stop and the special teams unit was about to punt the ball away. After a high snap and a fumble in the endzone, the ball was recovered by the Sabers for the game winning score. The Seariders lost the game 32-24 leaving the team with a 4-2 record. After such a heartbreaking loss the boys are looking to bounce back tonight against the 2 and 3 Waipahu Marauders. The Seariders have learned the hard way that no lead is safe, as long as there is time on the clock. “We gotta push through the whole game and not give up in the fourth quarter and let our guard down,” said junior offensive lineman Losi Mauga. The Searider and Marauder passing attack are about even, averaging 193 and 173 yards per game respectively.

Wai‘anae Seariders

These equally matched offenses will make tonight’s game an exciting one for fans of fast paced action. The Marauder defense is one to look out for. In fact, the Waipahu “D” is averaging more points than the Marauder offense. The Searider offense needs to pump up the intensity to make sure plays are executed properly against such a stingy opponent. “When we don’t execute plays exactly how we are coached to, or play as a team, that’s when we let them be an equal contender to us. But I know our offense will do a great job because they listen to their position coaches all the time,” junior defensive lineman Justice Jardine said. The Seariders and their coaches have confidence in each other that this will be an eye opener for the Marauders. “If they continue to listen to us and push as hard as they do at practice then they will do great when it comes to game time,” Assistant Coach Matt Murakawa said.. This game is their time to show everyone that the Seariders don’t let up easy and can come back strong from staggering downfalls.


VARSITY ROSTER Waiapahu Marauders #

PLAYER

POS.

YR.

SB

10

2

Richard Patricio

4

Tama Iosefa

SS/LB

Tofi Seel

FB

12

Corey Fitiausi

WR

10

Jordan Iosefa

LB

3

Matthew Leilua

LB

12

5

Jordan Taylor

7

Christian Paulino

9

Jonathan Nagaseu

11

Chris De Leon

WR

13

Kai Mercado-Alona

QB

15

Dominick Marshall

CB/SB/WR

21

Jomari Salud

DB

12

23

Isaac Delos Santos

RB

12

25

Shiro Sigrah

6 8 10 12 14 20 22 24 30

Gavin Marques Sword De Asis Andrew Polk

CB

11

LB LB

QB

WR/K/P WR

Ben Risati

WR

Travis Imura

DB LB

Dan Viloria

WR

32

Nehemiah Palimoo

SB

34

Rustin Ho

31 33 35

Victor Wilkerson

DB

11

12 12 10 12 10 12 10 12 11

12 12 12 11 11 11

Jacob Anae

FB/SB

Andrew Toa

WR

12

Levi Wong

FS

12

CB

11

40

Elijah Rodillas

43

Joshua Togiai

DL

50

Jeddiah Mageo

DT

52

Jonathan Leautu

OG

12

55

Mark Fallauga

LB

12

42 44 51 54

Jaohnny Anae

Richard Maifea Johnny Tuia

LB

11

DL C

DE

58

Dallas Nagaseu

OL

61

Jerriah Mageo

OL

63

Peniamina Ausi

DL

60 62 64 65

Laveai Vili

Robert Fowler Bryant Tarrant

DL

OL

12 11

12 12 11

12 10 11

12 10 11

OT

12

DL

10

Elijah Taimatula

DE

Samuel Luuloa

OT

Peter Afoa

OL

12

77

Faauga Sala

OG

11

91

TJ Basa

DL

70

Emanuel Faumuina

72

Julian Alcantara

71 74 75 90 95 99

Ryan Leilua

Noah Felise

Dranreb Radan

Tuulima Tuimoloau

Head Coach - Eric Keola

DL

OL DL DL

DT

10 11 11

12 11 11 11

12

Wai‘anae Seariders # 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 Bollig 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 11 11 11 12 12 12 11 12 11 12 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 Waipahu Marauders # 2 3 4 5 6

PLAYER

Jordan Williams

Mariners Magaseu

POS. DB RB

Gavin Quelnan

SB

10

DB

10

Samson Taito

DB

WR

9

Tuimoloau Tuuaooletuimanua

DL

11

Shawn De Jesus

12 13 14 15 20 21

Emil Ganotisi

Kamakani Kahalewai

Tyler Silva

DB

Blaise De Asis Ethan Guevara

Andrew Guevara Robert Garcia

24

Leoncio Ea

30 31 32 34 35 36 38 40 41 42 43 51 52 54 55 58 60 61 62 63 64 65 70 71 72 74 77 80 81 82 90 99

SB

WR

Joshua Baldauf

25

SB

Kobie Russell

22 23

9

QB

Andrew Simanu

10

10

Blaise Muller

7 8

GR.

Micah Chee

Cody Andres-Paguirigan Braydon Kepaa

Charles Agonoy Joboy Anoc

Bryent Baptista

Kelaiah Peretania

Jahsaiah Genovia Tevita Cadiente

Isaiah Manisela Genesis Molina

Faamaoni Solaita

Francisco Estranero

QB QB DB

10 9 9 9

10 10 9 9

DB

10

DB SB

DB RB DB LB LB

DB RB DL LB LB LB LB

Jonathan Linauna

OL

Jeminae Solomua

10

10

OL

Christian Failauga

9

DB

Donovan Brooks Sauino Lene

9

OL OL DL

10 9 9

10 10 9 9

10 9

10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 9

Jesus Bautista

OL

10

Noah Acio

OL

9

Juan-Carlos Valadez Jeremiah Paulino Richard Talaeai Khaine Viliamu

Davidson Canaveral Vasa Eteuati Aljon Padilla

Frank Lelafu MC Fuiava

Leevi Weinstein Brent Micua

joseph Odette-Spillner Alejandro Montoya Joseph Fualalo

Head Coach - Warren Alejado

OL OL OL OL DL

OL OL DL DL

WR DL

WR DL

OL

10 10 9 9

10 10 9 9 9 9 9

10 9 9

Wai‘anae Seariders #

Player

Pos.

Gr.

3

Royce Carrick

DB

10

4

Javen Towne

RB

9

5

Sheldon Bailey

DB

10

7

Austin Keliinoi-Westbrook

RB

10

8

Jaylen Gonsalves

LB

9

9

Noah Kealoha

LB

10

10

10

Ezekiah Moniz-Hopeau

DB

11

Jaren Ulu

QB

9

12

Koyo Penitani

LB

10

12

Michael Ganaban

DB

9

14

Garrison Ballesteros-Kalama

DB

10 9

14

Dayten Weber

DB

15

Jorell Pontes-Borge

QB

9

18

Brandon Hattori

TE

10

20

Jurick Valdez

RB

10

21

Alexander Quijano

DB

10

22

Dayden Coyaso

WR

9

23

Mark New

DB

10

24

Mosiah Brame

DB

10

25

Kade Ambrocio

RB

9

26

Chad Kea

LB

10

27

Paxston Popa

LB

10

28

Elijah Brame

RB

9

29

Eti Lui

RB

9

29

Adam Stone

DB

9

30

Jacob Naosusuga

RB

10

31

Chavison Ani

DB

9

31

Blaise Gonsalves

RB

10

32

Demetri Tiumalu

RB

10

33

Nicholas Keliikoa

RB

9

35

Alena Pahinui

DB

9

35

Shayden Medeiros

DB

9

36

Johansen Smith

RB

10

37

Dylan Liborio-Malasig

DL

9

38

Aina Townsend

RB

10

39

Jory Mahuka

RB

9

40

Joey Nuuanu-Kuhiiki

DL

10

41

Chanson Akiona

DL

10

42

Marion Manuma

DL

10

43

Calvin Kekahuna

LB

43

Kaikea Barreto

DL

9

44

Caleb Cardus

LB

10

46

Corey Jones

DL

9

47

Rodnam Poah

LB

9

48

Rudy Jay Keopuhiwa

DL

9

49

Dalton Rajkowski

DB

9

50

DJ Roberts

LB

9

52

Charles Mamala

LB

10

53

Ikona Kaapana

LB

10

54

Cael Whitney

LB

9

55

John Kapua Vi

DL

10

56

John McFall

DL

58

Josiah VIliamu

LB

9

59

Justin Kikila

DL

10

60

Joseph Soriano-Kikila

OL

10

61

Samuel Shimabakuro

OL

10

62

Jonathan Naeole-Casuga

OL

10

63

Jonah Maga

OL

9

64

Levi Jenks

OL

10

65

Alafale Lave

OL

10

65

Theodore Mahiai

OL

10

66

Micah Tucay

OL

9

67

Brayden Tapeni

OL

9

67

Nawailohi Pascua

OL

68

Edwin Dorwelo

OL

9

70

Zackary Fountain

OL

10

71

Jonovan Iriarte

OL

9

72

Kody Rosa

OL

9

73

Kaipo Keohuhu-Paaluhi

OL

10

75

Dylan Carroll

OL

9

76

Eddie Leiato

OL

9

77

Sani Young

OL

9

80

Donovan Torres

WR

9

81

John Ganer

WR

82

Jeruselem Tootoo

WR

9

83

Teronica Amani

TE

10

85

Tamalei Foster

TE

9

87

Jordan Marquez-Pacapac

TE

10

88

Dominic Saensombat

DL

9

90

Keonaona Lindsey

DL

10

91

Solofua Grey

DL

9

92

Micah Atuatasi

DL

9

93

Faletoa Ailua

DL

9

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


CHAZ BOLLIG Senior Running Back

Q:

Explain what’s going through your mind when you’re running the ball.

A:

The only thing that goes through my mind when running the ball is to get it to where it’s supposed to be, the touchdown.

Q:

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

A:

First I’m focused on getting the ball, then I focus on making that first guy miss while I run it down to the touchdown.

Q:

What is something that inspires you to play? Why?

A:

Watching Tavon Austin beast out as I imagine myself doing exactly the same.

Q:

Describe what you think about before the snap.

A:

Before the snap my mind is only on making those big plays that everyone is waiting to see.

Q:

What specific things are you doing to prepare for Homecoming night?

A:

Practice harder than I’ve ever done this entire year!


SNAP CHAT What kind of a rush do you get during the game?

Soph. Austin Keliinoi-Westbrook “The type of rush I feel is a pumped up kind of rush because once I step on the game field I feel pumped up and ready to hit the opposing teams players.”

Fresh. Dj Roberts “Out on the field I feel pumped up and like this adrenaline comes over me and I feel like I can do anything when I’m playing.”

Soph. Noah Kealoha “I feel the rush that the crowd gives when they roar. That allows me to play every play like it’s my last.”

Fresh. Kala Whitney “The kind of rush I feel is an exciting kind of feeling because everyone is yelling and screaming for my team and I and it’s a great rush.”

Soph. John Ganer “The rush I feel is an exciting rush because the crowd makes me feel pumped up before every play. “

Junior Tresslee Sotelo “I get super excited and hyped up while cheering. Especially when the crowd participates.”

Junior Kayla Magsayo “I get excited when the crowd cheers along with us, especially if we’re winning. The most time I get hyped is when they get a touchdown.”

Soph. Treshar Sotelo “I love cheering at the games. I get so excited hearing the crowd cheer.”

Soph. Amberlynn Simbahon “I get excited when cheering at the football games because I get all hyped up especially when parents get rowdy.”

Senior Alyssa Grande “Before the game even starts, I feel really eager and agitated. But as soon as the game starts, and I’m out there performing, adrenaline rushes through my body.“

Senior Jalen Galon “The type of rush that I have on the field would be an exciting type of rush, because I’ll have to remember my assignment on the field and at the same time listen to the crowd cheering us on to win the game.

Senior Christian Searle “The type of rush I feel during games is unexplainable. Playing under the lights and having that crowd yell and root for the team every play makes you run faster, hit harder, and play more aggressively.”

Junior Timmy Ho’opili “The type of rush I feel is a pumped up kind of rush because once I step on the game field I feel pumped up and ready to hit the opposing teams players.:

  Junior Salamanesa Taufi “The rush I feel during the game is a hyper rush feeling. I hit anything in my way or run faster than anybody on the field. It’s like an animal that lives in me and is unleashed during the game.”

Senior Joshua Searle “The rush I feel is definitely an adrenaline rush because the crowd gives you that feeling. The crowd make you want to perform the best you can.”


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GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

SEPT

25TH

SEPT

28

TH

OCT

2ND

AIR RIFLERY

5 PM

WAIPAHU

SEPT

10 AM

PEARL CITY

SEPT

5 PM

CAMPBELL

21

28

ST

TH

1 PM

WAIPAHU

9 AM

CAMPBELL

SEPT

3 PM

KAPOLEI

SEPT 3:30 PM

MILILANI

3:30 PM

PEARL CITY

21ST

26TH

OCT

3RD


SEARIDER SCHEDULE WK

AUG TH

5:00

JV 20-14 W V 33-16 W

WK

AUG TH

5:00

JV 28-8 W V 28-13 W

WK

AUG TH

4:30

JV 31-15 W V 29-13 W

WK

AUG TH

5:00

JV 13-7 W V 24-44 L

WK

SEP TH

5:00

JV 28-26 W V 39-21 W

WK

SEP TH

5:00

JV 7-12 L V 24-32 L

WK

SEP TH

5:00

WK

SEP TH

5:00

ONE TWO THREE FOUR FIVE SIX

SEVEN EIGHT

9

16 24 30 6

13 20 27

PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM

Homecoming Game

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



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