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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(Sat) February 11, 2017
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ALERT: Soccer consolation matches cancelled, chapionships postponed due to local weather conditions



UPDATED: 2/11/2017 4:55 pm

The championship matches in the Queen’s Medical Center/HHSAA Boys Soccer State Championships are scheduled for Monday, February 13 at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Complex.
 
The Division II match between #2 Saint Louis and #1 Hawaii Prep will kickoff at 3:00 p.m.  The Division I match between Kaiser and Punahou will follow at 6:00 p.m. Both matches will be televised on XCast.





UPDATED: 2/11/2017 1:44 pm


The HHSAA has postponed both Division I and Division II boys soccer championship matches on Saturday, February 11, due to weather and unplayable field conditions.
 
The matches are tentatively rescheduled for Monday, February 13, at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium. Match times are still to be determined pending return flights to ‘Oahu for Hawaii Preparatory Academy.
 
More information will be sent out as it becomes available.
 






POSTED: 2/11/2017 8:28 am


The HHSAA has cancelled all consolation boys soccer matches for Saturday, February 11, at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Complex due to local weather conditions. Although the City and County of Honolulu did not officially close the park, HHSAA officials assessed the conditions and all field were underwater as of 8:00 a.m. The other three soccer associations that use the field on the weekend have also cancelled all their matches today.
 
HHSAA boys soccer matches cancelled include:

DIVISION I:
  • Match 13: Mililani/Kealakehe
  • Match 14: Baldwin/Kapolei
DIVISION II:
  • Match 9: Waimea/Makua Lani
  • Match 10: KS-Hawaii/Kailua
 
The championship matches are still scheduled to take place as planned.
 
The National Weather Service in Honolulu has extended the flood advisory for ‘Oahu till 11:00 a.m. At 7:29 a.m., radar indicated heavy rain over Honolulu and along the south and west shores. Rain was falling at a rate of 2-3 inches per hour but moving rather quickly. A flash flood watch is in effect through this afternoon.
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