Kahuku scores early, often in rout of Farrington


Sat, Oct 23, 2021 @ Farrington [ 6:30 pm ]

Final 1 2 3 4 T
KAH(7-0-0) 29 33 6 775
FARR(0-5-0) 0 0 0 66
Jason Mariteragi 201 yd 3 TD
Saxson Vaa 43 yd
Kealoha Kaio 101 yd 4 TD

Kahuku improved to 2-0 on the year with a 75-6 rout of Farrington at Skippa Diaz Stadium.

Jason Mariteragi was an efficient 12 of 16 passing for 201 yards and three scores, all to Kealoha Kaio, and the Red Raiders' rushing attack netted another 100 yards of offense and a Kelsyn Tangaro-Kanoa touchdown on just five carries.

Kaio ended with seven grabs for 101 yards and had a total of four touchdowns.

Defense and special teams also got involved in the scoring, as Kainoa Carvalho took an interception back 56 yards for a score, Josiah Seui took picked off pass back 20 yards for another and Nitus Auelua recovered a fumble and took it back 15 yards for a third defensive score. Special teams accounted for another two scores via a pair of Carvalho kickoff returns, one 56 yards following a safety and the other an 80 yarder after halftime.

Farrington got on the board late in the fourth on a Zechariah Molitau run from 21 yards.

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