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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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Defensive tackle Rex Manu has yet to make up his mind for college. For now he’s busy trying to wreck opposing defenses. The Mililani defensive tackle goes up against Campbell’s Atapana Amosa in tonight’s first OIA Division I semifinal game at Aloha Stadium. As always each series is judged on a 10-point must system like […]

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Mililani’s 6-foot-4, 280-pound offensive tackle Jordan Agasiva gave University of Hawaii fans something to cheer about when he committed to the Rainbow Warriors earlier this year. We get a chance to focus on him in the first of two OIA Division I semifinals tonight when his second-ranked Trojans face No. 6 Campbell. The Sabers will […]

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You could hear the disappointment in Eddie Klaneski‘s face and see the frustration with every pained expression. After Damien’s 37-14 loss to ‘Iolani back in late August, Klaneski wasn’t a coach happy that his team stayed close with the 10-time defending ILH Division II champions through two and a half quarters. There were no moral […]

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Campbell’s big test awaits

by Nick Abramo on October 22, 2014

Going into last Friday’s OIA quarterfinals, the Campbell at Leilehua matchup looked like a tossup on paper. That’s the way the game played out, and the Sabers (7-2) eventually took control with defense and ball control to move on to a rematch with Mililani (9-0) on Thursday at Aloha Stadium. Campbell came back from a […]

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It’s the worst time of year for Nolan Tokuda. Football season is over. The Leilehua coach surely thought his team could make it farther than the OIA quarterfinals, but that is not the main reason why he is dismayed. “All that time we spent together, the players and the coaches … we won’t be seeing […]

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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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Two weeks ago, Farrington and Kahuku were tied at No. 5 in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Top 10 football poll. Last week, Kahuku was No. 5 and Farrington No. 6. This week, the poll, which will be in Tuesday’s Star-Advertiser and is on the front page of hawaiiprepworld.com, has the Governors at No. 4 and the […]

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Chargers roll on

by Nick Abramo on October 19, 2014

Pearl City won its fifth straight OIA boys bowling championship and its fourth straight OIA girls title on Thursday at Schofield Bowling Center. Chargers bowlers Chelsi Morishige and Ryan Kajihiro won the individual OIA titles. Pearl City’s boys and girls teams will compete in the state tournament Oct. 30 to Nov. 1 in Kailua-Kona. Boys […]

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