Warrior Bowl play by play; Black 24, Green 20

April 26th, 2008
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It starts with a ha’a by the Black team and haka by the Green.

B30-1 Funaki to Libre shovel for 8

B38-2 Libre right for 5
B43-1 Funaki right for 14
G43-1 Funaki to Bain for 7
G36-2 Funaki to Bain for 4 (Dowling)
G32-1 (encroachment, defense)
G27-1 Funaki for Lofton, caught out of bounds, would’ve been a sack
G27-2 FUNAKI TO LANE FOR 27, TOUCHDOOWN
KELLY PAT, GREEN LEADS 7-0

GREEN BALL
G30-1 Graunke to Salas for 8, Salas fumble, recovered by Pilares
G38-2 Wright-Jackson 1 run (Purcell)
G39-3 4 pen, illegal procedure
G Graunke to Linker
G42-1 Wright-Jackson 2 run
G44-2 Graunke inc for Washington (Pedersen big hit)
G44-3 Graunke intercepted by Estes

BLACK BALL

B36-1 Funaki inc
B36-2 Funaki to Avery for 5
B41-3 Funaki to Lane for 11
G48-1 Funaki to Pollard for 40
(end first quarter, Black 7, Green 0)
G8-1 Inoke to Bain for 4
G4-2 (illegal procedure, offense)
G9-2 Funaki incomplete
G9-3 Funaki incomplete
G9-4 KELLY 26 FIELD GOAL GOOD, BLACK 10-0

GREEN BALL
G30-1 Graunke to Pilares for 4
G34-2 LWJ left on pitch for loss of 1
G33-2 Graunke to Salas for 19
B48-1 Graunke to Salas for 21 (Davis, Silva)
B27-1 Graunke to Washington for 20 (Estes)
B7-1 Graunke to Cox shovel for 4
B3-2 false start
B8-2 GRAUNKE TO WASHINGTON 8 YARDS TOUCHDOWN, KELLY KICK. BLACK LEADS 10-7

BLACK BALL

B30-1 Funaki to Lane for 16
B46-1 Funaki to wide open Lane, dropped
B46-2 Funaki to Medeiros for 3 (Kafentzis)
B49-3 Funaki run left for 31 (Volta-Johnson)
G20-1 Funaki to Bain for 14
G6-1 Funaki inc for Avery
G6-2 FUNAKI TO LOFTON FOR 6 YARDS AND A TOUCHDOWN; KELLY PAT, BLACK 17, GREEN 7. FIRST HALF ENDS.

THIRD QUARTER

G30-1 Cox 2 run (Satele)
G32-2 Graunke inc deep for Salas
G32-3 Graunke to Lauduski for 15
G47-1 Graunke sacked by Konrath for minus 8
G39-2 Graunke completes pass to self for 1
G40-3 Graunke inc
G40-4 Kelly punt to B19

BLACK BALL
B19-1 Rego left for 10
B29-1 Rego left for 7
B36-2 Austin sacked by Beaver minus 6
B30-3 Austin inc
B30-4 Kelly punt to G32

GREEN BALL
G32-1 Santos to Linkner for 25
B43-1 Santos to Ostrowski for 23
B20-1 Santos inc for Pilares
B20-2 Santos scramble for 5
B15-2 Santos to Carmona for 11
B4-1 encroachment on defense
B2-1 Santos inc
B2-2 CARMONA 2 RUN FOR TD, KELLY PAT GOOD, GREEN 14, BLACK 17
END THIRD QUARTER

B30-1 Austin 5 run (Lolotai)
B35-2 Austin to Nasca for 3 (huge hit by Thomas)
B38-3 Austin to Lofton for 12
50-1 Austin to Nasca for 17
G33-1 Heun 6 run (J. Rice)
G27-2 Rego 3 run (J. Rice)
G24-3 Austin to Medeiros for 21
G3-1 AUSTIN TO HEUN SHOVEL PASS 3 YARDS FOR TOUCHDOWN, KELLY PAT, BLACK 24, GREEN 14

(Missing several plays, as we were headed to the field. Will see if I can get the rest of it).

AARON KIA 13 PASS FROM BRYCE KALAUOKAAEA FOR THE FINAL SCORE FOR THE GREEN, KELLY’S KICK FAILS, BLACK WINS 24-20.

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Comments
  • Tombo Ahi

    thanks for doing this!

  • blast

    Are any of the corners looking impressive? Any picks?

  • bumbuchaMusubi

    Wish I were there! Looks like Funaki is moving his team…a real gritty QB in my opinion. He’s got some motor legs on him! He will be very difficult to defend against.

    • wes

      In front of a nice crowd the Warriors showed lots of potential and gave us much hope! Funaki looked good passing and displayed pretty good foot speed. Maybe a little ahead of Graunke tonight. I thought Santos did quite well also. Running game seemed to lag the pass, shovel passes needs more work, receivers need to hang on to the ball, snaps in the gun need to be more precise… but all in all it was an entertaining night. Yup we left feeling good knowing we are in good hands with Coach Mac and staff and that we will be ready come August 30th:-).

  • bluestraveler

    Thanks, Dave, for your non-frivolous, real-time, to the point reporting. Made me feel I was right there watching at the stadium. So, who was the most impressive player or play maker and who was a surprise?

  • Thanks Dave.

    Luv this stuff.

  • Oscar

    so is Hawaii going to “Spread Option” scheme of what???

  • cranked

    Good to see Jayson Rego, finally getting some running time after all these years. Rego is a stud, who if used more may be UH’s answer to replace Nate. At 215 lbs, Rego is a load to bring down, with proven talent and hard nose instincts.

  • KOA fan

    Hey Dave,

    That #12 for the green team looked pretty good 4 for 4 for 79yrds and a TD.
    Hope he gets a chance on the summer roster!
    What players do think improved thier chances on making the summer roster?

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