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Kahuku defense knocks off Mililani to top OIA

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Kahuku’s historically good defense got the Red Raiders back to the top of the OIA. 

Mililani’s string of 53 straight games scoring double digits ended with the Red Raiders taking advantage of three interceptions by defensive back Keala Santiago to knock off the Trojans, 20-7, on Friday night at Aloha Stadium. 

Kahuku (11-0), which won its first OIA title in three years, defeated Mililani (9-2) by the same score the Trojans beat Kahuku by in last year’s state final. Mililani, the defending state champion, saw its 22-game winning streak against Hawaii teams also come to an end.

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