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Liberty (Nev.) High head coach Rich Muraco knows what his Patriots football team is getting itself into Saturday night. The five-time defending Sunrise Regional champions invade Aloha Stadium to face Saint Louis, ranked No. 35 in the country according to MaxPreps.com and No. 2 in the state of Hawaii. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. […]

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Larry Tuileta, who guided the Punahou Buffanblu to three ILH titles, a state title and three appearances in the state final from 2011 to 2013, has given up football to focus on volleyball at Southern California. A USC official confirmed Friday that Tuileta is only listed on the 2016 USC men’s volleyball roster. As quarterback […]

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Kahuku is the No. 4 team in the state and the 127th-ranked team in the nation. There aren’t many people around who would question the Red Raiders’ defense or running game or the offensive line’s ability to move the pile and open sometimes gaping holes. The situation is a quite a bit different than a […]

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The top four teams at the Hawaii Volleyball Invitational has gone to form. No. 2 Kamehameha, No. 3 Iolani, No. 4 Moanalua and No. 6 Kahuku all made it through the gauntlet in the second day of the tournament, but will get another match tomorrow. Kamehameha was not without its problems, sweeping Kamehameha-Hawaii but splitting […]

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Finally approaching kickoff for the varsity game. The JV game had a wild second half. The JV Mules rallied from a 20-6 deficit for a 32-28 win. Kalani Takase is reporting that Waianae’s starting QB, Jaren Ulu, will sit the first half for disciplinary reasons. FIRST QUARTER Quinn Searle, a 6-foot-2, 145-pound junior, started at […]

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Week 4 of the 2015 Hawaii high school season gets underway tonight with six games on Oahu. Check out our Friday Night Game Notes from Thursday with some tidbits on each game. Friday night’s games OIA RED No. 9 Waianae (2-1, 2-0) at Leilehua (0-2, 0-1) McKinley (0-3, 0-2) at No. 4 Kahuku (3-0, 2-0) […]

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Within the last few weeks, three people from the Kahuku football community died. Former Red Raiders player Benji Kemoeatu — the brother of former NFL players Chris Kemoeatu and Ma‘ake Kemoeatu — died at age 24 of a massive heart attack while at a construction job site on Oahu last week, according to trusted sources […]

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As a three-year starting quarterback at Roosevelt from 1997-99, Chad Kapanui helped turn a team that went 0-9 in his sophomore season into a 7-3 squad as a senior. Sixteen years later, the “Kapanui effect” has again resulted in a major turnaround of a high school program. Nearing the 10-year mark of his tenure at […]

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Kamehameha and Kahuku were the big winners in the first and fourth pools on the first day of the Hawaii Volleyball Invitational on Thursday. The Warriors swept Waimea and Iolani II while Kahuku swept two matches and split the featured clash with Kamehameha-Hawaii. The Red Raiders won the first set 25-18 but the Warriors came […]

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For the fifth year in a row, the Kahuku girls volleyball program has a new head coach. Mounia Tachibana led the troops into Kekuhaupio Gym on the Kamehameha campus on Thursday, taking over for Lee Lamb. Lamb went to Le Jardin after leading the Red Raiders into the state quarterfinals last year. He said he […]

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