Sports ‘Iolani continues unbeaten streak By Billy Hull Jan. 8, 2015 Mahalo for supporting Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM'Iolani's Matt Uemoto, left, and Kamehameha's Keola Norton battled for the ball in the first half of the Raiders' 1-0 win over the Warriors. Read more Mahalo for reading the Honolulu Star-Advertiser! You're reading a premium story. Read the full story with our Print & Digital Subscription. Subscribe Now Read this story for free: Watch an ad or complete a survey Log In Already a subscriber? Log in now to continue reading this story. Activate Digital Account Print subscriber but without online access? Activate your Digital Account now. Make that 22 in a row for the ‘Iolani boys soccer team. The defending state champions continued their undefeated run that dates back to 2013 with a 1-0 victory over Kamehameha in an ILH match on Wednesday at Kunuiakea Stadium. Four-year varsity player Spencer Ho scored the only goal in the 10th minute and the Raiders allowed just three shots by the Warriors to remain perfect this season at 5-0. "I thought it was a pretty good game on both sides — both teams were trying to knock the ball around," ‘Iolani coach Chris Lee said. "We were fortunate we got that early (goal)." ‘Iolani hasn’t lost a match since the 2013 state quarterfinals against Kamehameha-Maui in penalty kicks. The Raiders won two tournament games after that to finish fifth and then ran the table in 2014, going a perfect 15-0 to win the state title. The Raiders lost 11 seniors from that squad but haven’t let it affect them this season, outscoring opponents 23-1. "There are some new guys playing but last year we were able to get a lot of them some game experience so hopefully (this) is a sign of them getting that experience last year," Lee said. Ho scored in his third straight game. Senior Ryan Yoshida stole a ball near midfield and put a beautiful pass in the middle on the foot of Ho, who turned and drilled a left-footed kick past Kamehameha goalkeeper Ikaia Chu. "I called for it and (Yoshida) put a perfect pass, not too hard, that caught me in full stride and I used my arm to shoo away the defender and took a shot and imagined it going in," Ho said. Neither team scored again as Chu kept the Warriors (3-2-1) in it with five tough saves. Kamehameha took two shots early in the game but was held nearly 50 minutes without a scoring chance. Sophomore Christopher Jenkins took a shot from nearly 30 yards out on the right side that went just over the goal and hit the crossbar of the football goalpost behind the net. ILH VARSITY BOYS ‘Iolani 1, Kamehameha 0 Pac-Five 9, Damien 0 Mid-Pacific 4, Saint Louis 1 Goal scorers–Iol: Spencer Ho. Pac: Zachary Trevorrow 3, Dane Schatz 3, Justin Roose, Joshua Wong, Shaye Suzuki. MPI: Stirling Aponte, Tyler Allen, Brandon Ho, Payton Boyd. StL: Mitchell Quinn. VARSITY GIRLS ‘Iolani 7, Sacred Hearts 0 Kamehameha 4, Pac-Five 0 Punahou 6, Mid-Pacific 0 Goal scorers–Iol: Megan Goo 2, Sam Masca 2, Kristen Hori, Shantel Torres-Benito, Taylor Marumoto. KS: Jade Mahoe, Rachel Tagatauli, Kapua Makamae Gomera-Stevens, Kylie Minamishin. Pun: Shay Nakahira 3, Kaile Halvorsen 2, Sammy Nishiyama. OIA EAST VARSITY BOYS Kahuku 1, Castle 0 Kaiser 3, Kailua 2 Roosevelt 8, Kaimuki 0 Kalaheo 3, Farrington 0 Kalani 7, McKinley 0 Goal scorers–Kah: Not reported. Kais: Matthew Sai, Motoki Sato, Spencer Burcham. Kail: Naia Graham, Trevor Tam. Roos: Sang Hoon Lee 2, Guhn Park 2, Bryton Kaneshiro, Alex Panduro, Fernando Flores, Own Goal. Kalh: Kai Morgan, Tommy Capllonch, Thomas Focht. Kaln: Takahiro Kosins 2, Gavin Yoshimoto, Rudi McCllelan, Kota Nakayama, Toshihiro Kosins, Marc Teshima. VARSITY GIRLS Kahuku 2, Castle 0 Kaiser 5, Kailua 2 Roosevelt 7, Kaimuki 0 Kalaheo 1, Farrington 0 Kalani 7, McKinley 0 Goal scorers–Kah: Kamaile Aluli, Karly Nikora. Kais: Savanna Arakaki 3, Noelle Mercado 2. Kail: Helena Ankien 2. Roos: Reanne Masaki 2, Caitlin Tatemichi 2, Kayla Sunada 2, Heylin Bernath. Kalh: Keely York. Kaln: Nicole Nakamura 2, Tori Chinen 2, Daysha-Ann Solidum, Moana Kimura, Kylie Kimura. JUNIOR VARSITY GIRLS Kahuku 2, Castle 0 Kaiser 6, Kailua 0 Kalaheo 8, Farrington 0 Kalani 7, McKinley 0 Previous Story Cal Poly edges Hawaii in overtime Next Story A former NFL pro tackles weight gain on 'The Biggest Loser'