Paul Honda

Mililani rolled to a 47-15 win over Campbell in the OIA Division I semifinals at Aloha Stadium.

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This was a sloppy, physical, mistake-prone game for both teams, but in the end, immensely exciting, thrilling and dramatic. Down to the last 10 seconds. Kesi Ah-Hoy’s 4-yard TD run gave the Red Raiders a 21-14 win in the OIA Division I semifinal round at Aloha Stadium.

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First quarter Smashmouth rivalry and a big crowd at Aloha Stadium for this OIA D-I semifinal matchup. Kahuku loses its first possession on a fumbled lateral pass that was scooped up by the Governors #11 (not listed). Farrington got a 27-yard FG by Kekoa Sasaoka out of that turnover. FAR 3, KAH 0, 5:30. A […]

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First quarter The Trojans drive 67 yards in eight plays, mixing it up on the ground and by air. A 33-yard strike from McKenzie Milton to Bronson Ramos sparked the drive, and after a sack, Milton found Vavae Malepeai for a 27-yard screen pass. Malepeai scored on a 10-yard run around left end, running over […]

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They are serving the greater good, these Damien Monarchs. For longtime, patient fans, the Monarchs aim to please whether by ground or air. It might be enough to take them someplace special this fall. Yes, Damien is back in the ILH Division II final, but some things are different this time around. Coach Eddie Klaneski’s […]

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Samson Low rushed for 177 yards and two TDs, and Dallas Labasan passed for 171 yards and two more TDs in Damien’s 42-28 win.

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Video: Paul Honda. Interscholastic League of Honolulu (ILH) Division I semifinal, Aloha Stadium, Friday,Oct. 17, 2014. Sophomore RB Jahred Silofau rushes for 181 yards and sophomore QB Tua Tagovailoa runs for 84 yards and three TDs in a 47-20 win.

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So that’s how you celebrate receiving a scholarship offer from UCLA. Life is good for sophomore quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. A 47-20 win by Saint Louis over Kamehameha on Friday in the ILH D-I playoffs was another productive night at the stadium for the southpaw. Even as Kamehameha’s talented defense brought the pass rush, kept coverage […]

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Pre-game Here we go. It’s 9:19 p.m. after a long D-II playoff game between Damien and Pac-Five, which Damien won 42-28. Weather is clear and just a bit breezy on the field. Hurricane Ana is nearing, but weather has held up nicely tonight. Winner moves on to face defending ILH champ Punahou next week. Loser […]

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First quarter >> Pac-Five’s game-opening series covers 66 yards, but they stall out at the Damien 4-yard line: QB Kainoa Ferreira scrambles for no gain, he throws and incomplete pass to Tsubasa Brennan in the end zone, a 4-yard keeper by Ferreira, and a rushed (against the play clock) incomplete pass by Ferreira to the […]

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