Jerry Campany

Campbell football notes

by Jerry Campany on October 21, 2014

Campbell … >> Has shut out three opponents >> Has run the ball more than 22 times in every game with a high of 48 against Moanalua >> Only been held under 100 yards rushing twice, against Kailua and Kapolei >> Has scored a rushing TD in each of its last five games >> Had […]

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It’s a mantra shared by all coaches still competing as the OIA enters its semifinals. Thinking like that is a big reason why they have made it this far. But they may be wise to look at the big picture and realize that all they have to do is win one game in two chances […]

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Campbell has less than a week to try to ensure history does not repeat itself. The Sabers, fresh off a win over Leilehua in the OIA quarterfinals, put together a nice enough game that it should be able to soak it in for a while. But Campbell won’t have that luxury with No. 2 Mililani […]

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Was it really Kamehameha’s fault? The Warriors joined the list of teams to get throttled by No. 1 Punahou last week, and were punished for it by the voters. Kamehameha dropped two spots behind Kahuku and Farrington in the Star-Advertiser’s latest football poll. Their opponent this week, Saint Louis, stayed firm at No. 3 behind […]

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Kamehameha-Hawaii keeps climbing the ladder one rung at a time. The Warriors started the season at No. 7 and steadily knocked off teams until reaching No. 4 in the latest Star-Advertiser volleyball poll. ‘Iolani was Kamehameha-Hawaii’s latest victim, moving the Raiders down to No. 5. ‘Iolani was coming off its best match of the year, […]

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Go ahead and put them in different divisions, conversation always comes down to Kahuku and Farrington anyway. After showing their stuff in Saturday’s Aloha Stadium doubleheader, the Governors and Red Raiders are tied for fifth in the Star-Advertiser’s latest football poll. It might not be decided until the OIA semifinals if they get that far. […]

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It could be the true state semifinal. The top four teams in the Star-Advertiser’s girls volleyball poll will play each other tonight when No. 1 Kamehameha visits No. 2 Punahou for a conference match and No. 3 ‘Iolani travels to meet No. 4 Moanalua in a benefit. The ILH only gets two teams into the […]

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Kahuku takes a tumble

by Jerry Campany on September 22, 2014

Kahuku football coach Lee Leslie had to know that his first season at the school wouldn’t come without a little bit of adversity. No football team ever goes through an entire campaign without at least one quiet ride home wondering where everything went wrong. Leslie took his first loss in Hawaii on Friday when his […]

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To many poll voters, you have to beat the best to be the best. With so few meaningful games so far in the fall season, defending state champions in football and volleyball have kept their holds on the top spot in the Star-Advertiser’s polls. Punahou remains No. 1 in football while Kamehameha keeps the top […]

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It’s probably a good thing Kaiser’s Cameron Higgins didn’t make a big deal out of his first win as a head coach. It has been taken away from him. Kaiser forfeited its season-opening win when an underclassman who was later found to be on academic probation entered the Cougars’ 52-7 blowout of Aiea with about […]

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