Football

TOP PLAYERS And Players To Watch list Updated 9/18 Statistics as of Sept. 14 QUARTERBACKS 1. McKenzie Milton, Mililani >> Pupule rating: 98 5-11, 150, Jr.  ∆∆ vs #3 Saint Louis Aug 16 21-31-0-369, 4 TD rush 9-204, 3 TD (53,1,47) ∆∆ vs Kailua Aug 23 13-15-0-270, 2 TD rush 2-22, TD ∆∆ @ #10 […]

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TOP PLAYERS And Players To Watch list Updated 9/18 Statistics as of Sept. 14 RUNNING BACKS 1. (tie) Vavae Malepeai, Mililani, 6-0, 200, Jr. >> Pupule rating: 97 ∆∆ vs #3 Saint Louis Aug 16 rush 25-112, 2 TD rec 1-15 ∆∆ vs Kailua Aug 23 rush 9-80, 3 TD rec 0-0 ∆∆ @ #10 Kapolei […]

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TOP PLAYERS And Players To Watch list Updated 9/18 Statistics as of Sept. 14 WIDE RECEIVERS/TIGHT ENDS 1. Kanawai Noa, Punahou >> Pupule rating: 99 6-1, 185, Sr.  ∆∆ #7 Saint Louis (Aloha) Aug 29 rec 7-242, 3 TD ∆∆ vs Damien (Aloha) Sept 5 rec 2-36 PR 66-yd TD ∆∆ vs St. Francis Sept […]

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Saint Louis QB Tua Tagovailoa chats after his team’s 55-20 win at ‘Iolani. The sophomore passed for 354 yards on 15-for-16 passing with five TDs in one half of action. He also scrambled four times for 47 yards.

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QB Ezra Savea, WR Jayce Bantolina, S Solomon Matautia and CB Austin Fuga chat after a 14-13 win over Kapolei.

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There are three types of offenses and only one championship. Will a passing team such as Saint Louis or Leilehua or Mililani win the Division I state football championship in November? Or will it be a running team like Kahuku or Farrington? Don’t rule out a more balanced attack, something defending champion Punahou does better […]

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The Punahou Buffanblu (3-0) are at No. 17 in the MaxPreps Freeman rankings released today. Punahou was at No. 15 last week. Mililani (5-0) downed Aiea 56-14, but dropped three notches to No. 129 in the formula-based rankings. Kamehameha (3-0) is at No. 211, dropping 30 spots despite a 33-6 win over Damien. Kahuku (4-0) […]

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Crusaders marching forward

by Paul Honda on September 16, 2014

It’s hard to beat the gurus. That’s basically the scenario every time a team takes on Saint Louis and its brothers in arms, coaches Cal and Ron Lee. Sure, the Crusaders will be deeper next year defensively with an influx of new players, and the offense will still be potent with the return of quarterback […]

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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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Castle was a real pain in Kahuku’s side in Kaneohe on Friday, but only for a quarter and a half. After that, the Red Raiders went into battle mode and scored 38 unanswered points in a 56-19 win. Knights coach Nelson Maeda, who is known for squeezing the most out of his teams and individual […]

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