OIA Red Division Playoffs

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OIA Red Division Playoffs

Postby Crowe454 » Sun Oct 07, 2012 5:15 pm

Wild Card: October 12-13
Friday:
W6 Waipahu @ E3 Moanalua Winner gets W2 Leilehua

E6 Castle @ W3 Kapolei Winner gets E2 Farrington

W5 Campbell vs E4 Mckinley @ Roosevelt Winner gets W1 Mililani

Saturday:

E5 Kailua vs W4 Waianae @ Mililani Winner gets E1 Kahuku

Predications or thoughts on these match ups?
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Re: OIA Red Division Playoffs

Postby Maroon&Win96819 » Sun Oct 07, 2012 6:30 pm

Round 1 winners:
Waianea
Moanalua
Kapolei
Campbell

Round 2 winners:
Kahuku
Moanalua
Farrington
Millilani

Round 3 winners:
Kahuku
Mililani

OIA Red Division Champions:
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Re: OIA Red Division Playoffs

Postby jaySend » Sun Oct 07, 2012 6:45 pm

I dont think any of the first round teams are going to make it past the 2nd round.

Rd 3:
Leilehua vs Kahuku
Mililani vs Farrinton

...I guess we get our repeat matchups from lastyear and I think Kahuku makes it easily into the title game, leilehua is just too vulnerable against the run and their oline struggled against waianae. Mililani is better then they were a year ago when they lost to Farrington, but farringtion may not be as good as they were a year ago. I still say that physical superiority still wins this matchup.

Oia west may win all the first round games because they take joy in being the conference with parity, but all that matters is the top two, and the top two teams in the OIA are from the east farr/kahu


Kah vs Farr in the finals.
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Re: OIA Red Division Playoffs

Postby Crowe454 » Mon Oct 08, 2012 6:42 am

It really is a shame seeing how one-sided these wild card playoff rounds are going to be. The match of the week is going to be Waipahu @ Moanalua and to be quite honest, i'm pretty sure Moanalua will take it easy. But hey, that just goes to show you the west is more competitive in conference, while the east is still stuck with up and comers in Castle and Mckinley.
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Re: OIA Red Division Playoffs

Postby politclyincrekt » Mon Oct 08, 2012 7:09 am

Crowe454 wrote:It really is a shame seeing how one-sided these wild card playoff rounds are going to be. The match of the week is going to be Waipahu @ Moanalua and to be quite honest, i'm pretty sure Moanalua will take it easy. But hey, that just goes to show you the west is more competitive in conference, while the east is still stuck with up and comers in Castle and Mckinley.

lol "stuck with up and comers in Castle and McKinley"? McKinley has performed, actually, surprisingly well considering this is there first season in the Red since moving down 2 years ago. Castle has been in the Red division since as long as I can remember as has Kailua (teams that McKinley has beaten). If McKinley can clean up their offense and special teams, their defense has more than enough to stop Campbell (or at least hold out for a good game).
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Re: OIA Red Division Playoffs

Postby 95boyz » Mon Oct 08, 2012 8:08 am

Tired of seeing Kahuku vs Farrington. Hope it's Kahuku vs Mililani this year!
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Re: OIA Red Division Playoffs

Postby kanakattack » Mon Oct 08, 2012 9:35 am

politclyincrekt wrote:
Crowe454 wrote:It really is a shame seeing how one-sided these wild card playoff rounds are going to be. The match of the week is going to be Waipahu @ Moanalua and to be quite honest, i'm pretty sure Moanalua will take it easy. But hey, that just goes to show you the west is more competitive in conference, while the east is still stuck with up and comers in Castle and Mckinley.

lol "stuck with up and comers in Castle and McKinley"? McKinley has performed, actually, surprisingly well considering this is there first season in the Red since moving down 2 years ago. Castle has been in the Red division since as long as I can remember as has Kailua (teams that McKinley has beaten). If McKinley can clean up their offense and special teams, their defense has more than enough to stop Campbell (or at least hold out for a good game).


McKinley has two bad losses that are hard to ignore:
21-0 to Kapolei
42-13 to Moanalua
Do you think they can bounce back?
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Re: OIA Red Division Playoffs

Postby politclyincrekt » Mon Oct 08, 2012 10:33 am

kanakattack wrote:
politclyincrekt wrote:
Crowe454 wrote:It really is a shame seeing how one-sided these wild card playoff rounds are going to be. The match of the week is going to be Waipahu @ Moanalua and to be quite honest, i'm pretty sure Moanalua will take it easy. But hey, that just goes to show you the west is more competitive in conference, while the east is still stuck with up and comers in Castle and Mckinley.

lol "stuck with up and comers in Castle and McKinley"? McKinley has performed, actually, surprisingly well considering this is there first season in the Red since moving down 2 years ago. Castle has been in the Red division since as long as I can remember as has Kailua (teams that McKinley has beaten). If McKinley can clean up their offense and special teams, their defense has more than enough to stop Campbell (or at least hold out for a good game).


McKinley has two bad losses that are hard to ignore:
21-0 to Kapolei
42-13 to Moanalua
Do you think they can bounce back?

If they can clean up the offense, hell yeah. Offense and special teams mistakes hurt McKinley against Kahuku, Farrington, and Moanalua. If they can put a stop to the penalties and turnovers, their defense can easily put the hurt on Campbell.
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Re: OIA Red Division Playoffs

Postby mycall » Mon Oct 08, 2012 11:01 am

Waipahu has a chance against Moanalua. Na Menehune's passing attack is deadly, but it's not as fine tuned as Morikawa and co. Marauders have too many seniors to see there season end with so many heartbreakers. Waipahu will pull out the win.
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Re: OIA Red Division Playoffs

Postby Crowe454 » Mon Oct 08, 2012 11:13 am

As good as Waipahu may be, their weakness to the pass was shown throughout the season. Pair with along with the fact that Moanalua has played rushing teams all season, and used to run the spread option, Moanalua has an advantage. I'm not saying they will win, any given day a team can surprise you, but I'm going with Moanalua as my pick.
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Re: OIA Red Division Playoffs

Postby mycall » Mon Oct 08, 2012 11:23 am

@Crowe454

Waipahu has been suspect against the pass for like forever LOL. If they show up with the same coverage they did against Aiea then we have a chance. Our DB's usually get burned or get bite on the double move on opposing WR's. Marauder secondary has always been a weak spot, no matter how many guys they dropped back. Against Morikawa, they just tried to get pressure on their defensive front and Morikawa had all day to pick them apart. It's going to be a hella of a game for sure though.
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Re: OIA Red Division Playoffs

Postby Crowe454 » Mon Oct 08, 2012 11:25 am

That it is, good luck to your boys, my friend. May the most prepared team win!
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Re: OIA Red Division Playoffs

Postby Eastside Hooligan » Tue Oct 09, 2012 2:33 pm

Tired of seeing Kahuku vs Farrington. Hope it's Kahuku vs Mililani this year


Ditto.

It'll be a redemption game from the year previous because Kahuku got the SHAFT from the OIA Championship and I remember Coach York saying in an interview that they deserved the championship..... HAHAHAHA LOL!!!

Don't worry we forgive but we no fo'get!!!

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Re: OIA Red Division Playoffs

Postby rrforlifebaby » Tue Oct 09, 2012 4:42 pm

Eastside Hooligan wrote:
Tired of seeing Kahuku vs Farrington. Hope it's Kahuku vs Mililani this year


Ditto.

It'll be a redemption game from the year previous because Kahuku got the SHAFT from the OIA Championship and I remember Coach York saying in an interview that they deserved the championship..... HAHAHAHA LOL!!!

Don't worry we forgive but we no fo'get!!!

GO BIG RED !!! RUN UM' HAAHD !!!

Buawahaha! I recall seeing a clip somewhere, maybe on ScoringLive about how they were looking to "win" another OIA Championship. Pffft! please, they neva even "win" the first one.lmao.

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Re: OIA Red Division Playoffs

Postby Crowe454 » Tue Oct 09, 2012 5:19 pm

Moanalua has been and will always be my team.
But, i've always admired Kahuku for one reason and one reason only, regardless of the championships they have hardly ever, from what i've seen, take cheap, dirty shots on the opposing team. The fans are what give them the bad reputation, not all, but some. But overall Kahuku is a good group of kids in my opinion. And i'd take them over Farrington any day.
As for Mililani, all I have to say is bEAST side.

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