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Kalaheo gets a penalty-kick save to upset ‘Iolani in state boys soccer opener

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                                 Kalaheo defender Adam Ferguson (21) deflects an attack on goal by Iolani defender Jacob Lee (8) during the first period of an HHSAA first round tournament boys soccer game on Monday, February 10, 2020 at Iolani School in Makiki. Kalaheo won in penalty kicks to advance in the tournament.

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    Kalaheo defender Adam Ferguson (21) deflects an attack on goal by Iolani defender Jacob Lee (8) during the first period of an HHSAA first round tournament boys soccer game on Monday, February 10, 2020 at Iolani School in Makiki. Kalaheo won in penalty kicks to advance in the tournament.

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                                 Kalaheo goalkeeper Braden Uehara (0) is mobbed by team mates lead by defender Jack Bright (7) after winning penalty kicks in an HHSAA first round tournament boys soccer game on Monday, February 10, 2020 at Iolani School in Makiki. Kalaheo won in penalty kicks to advance in the tournament.

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    Kalaheo goalkeeper Braden Uehara (0) is mobbed by team mates lead by defender Jack Bright (7) after winning penalty kicks in an HHSAA first round tournament boys soccer game on Monday, February 10, 2020 at Iolani School in Makiki. Kalaheo won in penalty kicks to advance in the tournament.

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                                Kalaheo goalkeeper Braden Uehara deflected ‘Iolani’s final penalty kick to win it in a first-round match in the boys state soccer tournament played in steady rain at ‘Iolani on Monday.

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    Kalaheo goalkeeper Braden Uehara deflected ‘Iolani’s final penalty kick to win it in a first-round match in the boys state soccer tournament played in steady rain at ‘Iolani on Monday.

Sogville — also known as Eddie Hamada Field at ‘Iolani School on Monday — favored the defensive sides in the opening match of The Queen’s Medical Center/HHSAA Boys Soccer State Championships. Read more

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