It’s hard to comprehend, but it’s a plain fact. The Kalani Falcons hadn’t beaten the Kaimuki Bulldogs on the football field since 1997. Part of that is because the ‘Dogs spent quite a few years in Division I. Part of that is also because Kalani’s program had several lean years until the recent uprising. But […]

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One of the marquee games of the season goes down tonight at Aloha Stadium as No. 4 Kamehameha plays No. 8 Saint Louis in a monster ILH Division I game. Can the Crusaders turn their season around with a big win or can the Warriors set up a showdown with No. 1 Punahou on Oct. […]

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Sophomore running back KJ Pascua rushed for a career-high 190 yards and five touchdowns to help ‘Iolani top 60 points in a game for the first time in the Prep Bowl/state championship era with a 62-19 win over Pac-Five on Saturday night at Aloha Stadium. Pascua and backup Storm Lotomau, who had 122 rushing yards, […]

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Castle coach Nelson Maeda called a timeout to tell the officials that the call they made could be a game-changer. And he was right, but the officials didn’t change what both Maeda and Waianae coach Daniel Matsumoto termed a “bad call” after the Seasiders’ 21-13 win Friday night at Raymond Torii Field. With the Knights […]

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Kapolei defensive coordinator Brad Hewahewa made his line a promise. “I told them if I ever get interviewed the first guys I’m going to (mention) is the D-line,” Hewahewa said. Hewahewa got that chance after the Hurricanes’ 20-0 homecoming night shutout of Kailua on Friday. The Hurricanes held Kailua to 127 yards in total offense, […]

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First quarter Temperature has cooled off and there’s only the typical Hawaii Kai wind to deal with. Kaimuki scores on its game-opening drive, going 77 yards in 15 plays, mostly on the ground out of a Pistol-offset I formation. Running back Sean Noda does the heavy lifting before Tevita Lino scores on a 1-yard quarterback […]

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When Trojans look like Ducks

by Paul Honda on September 20, 2014

Rod York was a defensive lineman at UH. He’s now the engineer of a offense that scores 53 points per game. That’s what being an observant, logical and intuitive student of the game can do. For two quarters, his Mililani Trojans were stifled. Sure, they had 15 points on the scoreboard at James Campbell High […]

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Everything broke just right for the Kaiser Cougars. After forcing six Kahuku turnovers only to turn them into 13 points, Kaiser seemed on the verge of giving away a potential upset of the third-ranked Red Raiders. But then, with two minutes on the clock, linebacker Parker Higgins capped off a monster night defensively with a […]

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Game time! Mililani has won the last four meetings and nine of the last 10. Winner remains unbeaten in the OIA Blue. Loser falls behind. The third unbeaten team, Farrington, has a bye this weekend. First quarter A shanked 17-yard punt sets up a 40-yard scoring drive for Campbell. Austin May scores on a 1-yard […]

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For just the second time in the last 25 years, Kahuku will make the long trek all the way East to Hawaii Kai to play at Kaiser Stadium against the host Cougars in an OIA Red game on Friday night. Since 1973, Kahuku has won 10 of the 13 meetings between the two schools, including […]

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