Hilo Seeded Third in HHSAA DI Football Tourney

November 3, 2013, 8:39 AM HST
* Updated November 4, 7:58 AM
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The Hawai`i High School Athletic Association announced the pairings Saturday for the 2013 First Hawaiian Bank / HHSAA Division I Football Championships, which kick off next week.

Big Island Interscholastic Federation champion Hilo, seeded third in the tournament, will face Oahu Interscholastic Association third-place winner Campbell on Friday night at 7:00 p.m. at Kea`au High School. Campbell defeated Kahuku 28-7 Saturday to claim the OIA’s final berth into the state tournament.

Also Friday, Maui Interscholastic League champion Baldwin will host OIA runner-up Farrington at 6:00 p.m. at War Memorial Stadium. The Bears, under head coach Keneke Pacheco, went 6-4 this season and 6-2 in MIL competition to earn the tournament’s fourth seed. Farrington enters the state tournament with an 8-3 record.

Click to enlarge the DI football bracket. HHSAA courtesy.

Click to enlarge the DI football bracket. HHSAA courtesy.

Interscholastic League of Honolulu champion Punahou claimed the top seed in the tournament and will face the winner of Friday’s Baldwin-Farrington game. The Buffanblu are 9-0 on the season.

OIA Red champion Mililani is seeded second and will await the winner of the Campbell-Hilo matchup next week. Mililani defeated Farrington 37-6 Friday to secure the league championship and improve its record to 10-1. Mililani’s only loss came to Punahou on Aug. 15.


First Hawaiian Bank / HHSAA Division I Football Championship schedule


Nov. 8

Farrington at #4 Baldwin (War Memorial Stadium) – 6:00 p.m., OC16

Campbell at #3 Hilo (Kea`au High School) – 7:00 p.m.,


Nov. 15 (games at Aloha Stadium)

Farrington/Baldwin winner vs. #1 Punahou – Time TBD

Campbell/Hilo winner vs. #2 Mililani – Time TBD

Nov. 22 (game at Aloha Stadium)

Championship – 7:00 p.m.

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