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Record kick does the trick as Hilo stuns ‘Iolani for D-I title

  • Star-Advertiser video by Paul Honda / phonda@staradvertiser.com

    Keanu Keolanui's 55-yard field goal bounced off the crossbar and over as time expired to give Hilo a 20-17 comeback win over 'Iolani for the Division I state championship.

  • ANDREW LEE / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Teammates carried Hilo kicker Keanu Keolanui after he booted a statetournament-record-tying 55-yard game-winning field goal to beat ‘Iolani 20-17 for the Division I state title.

    ANDREW LEE / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER

    Teammates carried Hilo kicker Keanu Keolanui after he booted a statetournament-record-tying 55-yard game-winning field goal to beat ‘Iolani 20-17 for the Division I state title.

  • ANDREW LEE / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Teammates rushed after Hilo’s Keanu Keolanui (82) after Keolanui kicked a game-winning, state-record-tying 55-yard field goal to defeat ‘Iolani 20-17.

    ANDREW LEE / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER

    Teammates rushed after Hilo’s Keanu Keolanui (82) after Keolanui kicked a game-winning, state-record-tying 55-yard field goal to defeat ‘Iolani 20-17.

  • ANDREW LEE / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Hilo place-kicker Keanu Keolanui followed through with his boot for his game-winning kick against ‘Iolani at Aloha Stadium on Friday.

    ANDREW LEE / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER

    Hilo place-kicker Keanu Keolanui followed through with his boot for his game-winning kick against ‘Iolani at Aloha Stadium on Friday.

  • ANDREW LEE / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Hilo tied the game at 17 when Guyson Ogata hauled in a pass and turned it into a 78-yard scoring reception in the fourth quarter.

    ANDREW LEE / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER

    Hilo tied the game at 17 when Guyson Ogata hauled in a pass and turned it into a 78-yard scoring reception in the fourth quarter.

Hilo’s Keanu Keolanui kicked a 55-yard field-goal that tied an all-division state tournament record and capped a 14-0 season for the boys from the Big Island. Read more

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