HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - Week five of Hawaii high school football wrapped up around the state and a huge matchup in the Division I between #13 Moanalua and #11 Leilehua highlighted Friday night’s action.
Menehune quarterback AJ Javar dazzled under the ‘Friday Night Lights’ tossing three touchdowns in a 24-20 Moanalua win.
Senior wide receiver Jansen York hauled in 162 yards through the air as the Menehune remain unbeaten in the 2019 season, moving to 3-0.
The Kapolei Hurricanes took downed California’s Downey on Oahu’s west-side, 31-28.
The Hurricanes are now 3-2 on the 2019 season and will next host the Farrington Governors on Sept. 6.
On the Big Island Hilo throttled Kealakehe 51-21.
Viking quarterback Kyan Miyasato was surgical, completing 12 of his 15 passing attempts for 431 yards and four touchdowns.
In other Big Island action Konawaena was shutout by Honoka’a 60-0, behind four touchdowns by Wildcats quarterback Kainoa Jones.
Over on the Garden Isle Kapa’a defeated Waimea 41-0 as the Warriors offense racked up 433 yards of total offense. Much of the production came on the ground as Kapa’a running back Baba Na-o racked up 159 yards on the ground and a pair of touchdowns.
Over on the Valley Isle Kamehameha Maui took down Maui high 31-8.
KS-Maui now improves to 2-1 on the season.