Football

The nation’s longest rivalry in terms of games played is also one of the closest. Miraculously, after 183 games completed between Punahou and Kamehameha dating back to 1903, the Buffanblu have a chance to even the all-time series at 89-89-6 with a victory on Thursday night in the ILH opener for both teams at Aloha […]

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It’s been one week since the Hawaii High School Athletic Association executive board voted to create a three-tiered state football tournament format. Did that really happen? Pinch me. Sure enough, it happened, and now the general public will get a taste of what it has been clamoring for for a long time. From this subjective […]

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After pulling out its first win of the season over a ranked opponent, Mililani jumped into the top five of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser Football Top 10 rankings for the first time this season. A 31-28 victory over Farrington catapulted the Trojans up two spots to No. 4 in the latest rankings released Monday. The top […]

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This interview was held shortly after No. 1 Kahuku’s 28-0 win over No. 4 Waianae on Saturday night, before he was released as offensive coordinator.

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Kahuku head coach Vavae Tata released John Hao as the Red Raiders’ offensive coordinator after Friday’s 28-0 victory over Waianae, according to two trusted Honolulu Star-Advertiser sources. Reached by phone this morning, Hao did not want to discuss the issue. Phone calls to Tata and Kahuku athletic director Gillian Yamagata were not immediately returned. Hao, […]

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Kahuku’s impressive 28-0 victory over Waianae last Friday did not go unnoticed on the mainland. After holding the previously undefeated Seariders to 32 total yards to record their 16th consecutive victory, the Red Raiders jumped seven spots to No. 18 in the latest USA Today Super 25 rankings released Monday. Bishop Gorman took over the […]

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Video highlights of Saturday’s matchup between No. 7 Farrington and No. 6 Mililani.

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So many highlights, it almost hurts to think about what if. The Pride of Kalihi, Gov Nation, simply bleeding a wee bit of maroon. Seventh-ranked Farrington can only wonder after a 31-28 loss at No. 6 Mililani that was full of as many fits and stops as it was glorious, clutch plays. For Randall Okimoto, […]

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He’s been at this life-sized version of human chess for some time. Rod York has a practically all-new starting lineup at Mililani, and though some long-time Trojan fans will admit they’re surprised that their team is still unbeaten after three games, they do know this: the 2016 men of Troy are well prepared. After hanging […]

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After starting the season with three straight losses to Top 10 teams, Leilehua didn’t exactly get a break for its fourth game. It’s not easy going into Nanakuli Valley to face the Golden Hawks and the Mules found themselves in a close ballgame Friday night, leading by just seven points at the half. Nine players […]

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