Football

Football head coach Nolan Tokuda of Leilehua, the No. 9 team in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Preseason Top 10, provided a list of his staff to Hawaii Prep World yesterday. The Mules’ coaching staff for 2015 is: >> Nolan Tokuda, head coach >> Mark Kurisu, defensive coordinator, safety, strength coordinator >> Chad Townsend, defensive backs >> […]

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No. 9 Leilehua Countdown story (subscription required) 2015 coaching staff 41 years of Leilehua football (1973-2014) Coming in at No. 9 in the Star-Advertiser preseason Top 10 football poll are the Leilehua Mules, who are looking to get back to the state tournament. The Mules were in contention for the OIA Red title until the […]

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One resonating mantra from Mililani football coach Rod York is, “To be the best, you have to play the best.” Well, York is not resting on the Trojans’ drive to the Division I state championship a year ago. It was a historic moment for the school. No, York is still trying to improve the program […]

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Quarterback Justin Uahinui attended his second football practice with the Farrington Governors on Tuesday. The junior showed nimble feet during some cone drills. In the spring, he was with the Kaiser Cougars and looking impressive, guiding the offense in team drills effectively. Why the switch, which was first reported by Billy Hull on Monday? In […]

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Absolutely the best ticket in town for upcoming high school football won’t be a ticket at all. On Aug. 8, defending state champion Mililani hosts ILH power Saint Louis for a 7 p.m. matchup at John Kauinana Stadium. There will be no admission charge because the status of the contest is officially a scrimmage and […]

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‘Iolani football coach Wendell Look is everywhere, sort of. Wearing his hat as a Raiders athletic director, it’s not unusual to see Look at a baseball game or a golf match or standing near the exit doors at the gym for a basketball game. But on Monday, Look was right where he’s been for 25 […]

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On June 4, Hawaii Prep World reported that Pohai Lee was close to becoming the football head coach at Baldwin. It’s now official. Lee is taking over the Bears program, according to Rob Collias‘ story in the Maui News. Lee, the nephew of heralded Saint Louis coach Cal Lee, is a former Damien athletic director […]

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Junior Justin Uahinui, who was set to be the starting quarterback for Kaiser this season, has transferred to Farrington according to Cougars head coach Cameron Higgins. Higgins said before Monday’s practice that he found out “a couple of days ago right before camp” of Uahinui’s decision to transfer from other players on the team. Uahinui […]

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Kaiser offensive lineman Michael Eletise wrapped up the recruiting process 11 days before the start of the season, narrowing 40+ FBS offers down to the University of Arizona, where he committed on Monday. Eletise announced the decision on the 6 p.m. KHON2 newscast and spoke before Kaiser’s practice Monday afternoon as the team put on […]

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In the short term, there’s problems. Long range, things will be OK for the Waipahu and Pearl City football programs. Due to players who have been deemed academically ineligible, two upcoming nonleague football games have been downgraded to scrimmages — Pearl City at Castle, and Waipahu at Kailua. Both contests, which would not have been […]

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