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Roosevelt pounds the rock in win over Kalaheo

By Kyle Sakamoto on September 8, 2017

Running the dive off the option was the preferred option for Roosevelt on Friday. Mitchell Camacho rushed 11 times for 183 yards and a touchdown in the first half as Roosevelt beat Kalaheo 49-7 at Kailua. “I’m proud of the kids, man,” said Rough Riders coach Kui Kahooilihala. “They had a good practice this week. A lot of details into our practices and a lot of walk-throughs. We told them, ‘You guys want to go after this ‘W’? You guys […]

GAME NIGHT 9/8: Roosevelt/Kalaheo

By Hawaii Prep World on September 8, 2017

ROOSEVELT ROUGH RIDERS (1-3, 1-3 OIA D-II) Head coach: Kui Kahooilihala Rough Riders roster VS. KALAHEO MUSTANGS (1-3, 1-2) Head coach: Darrell Poole Mustangs roster *********** Roosevelt 49, Kalaheo 7, 1:48 left fourth quarter Roosevelt’s Lansen Fung returns an interception 97 yards for a TD. PAT kick failed. Roosevelt 43, Kalaheo 7, 8:58 left fourth quarter Roosevelt’s Kekahuna scores on a 29-yard run off a lateral. Kawai Tully-Sabog makes the PAT kick. Roosevelt 36, Kalaheo 7, 0:26 left third quarter Roosevelt’s Kekahuna […]

GAME NIGHT 9/1: Kalaheo/Pearl City

By Hawaii Prep World on September 1, 2017

PEARL CITY CHARGERS (3-1, 3-0 OIA D-II) Head coach: Robin Kami 2017 Chargers roster VS. KALAHEO MUSTANGS (1-2, 1-1) Head coach: Darrell Poole 2017 Mustangs roster Pearl City 31, Kalaheo 0, FINAL 9:37: FINAL: Pearl City 31, Kalaheo 0. Impressive win for the Chargers, who are now 4-0 in OIA Division II play and 4-1 overall. Kalaheo drops to 1-3, 1-2. 9:36: The Chargers get a first down with 1:36 left and are now in victory formation. Taking knees until […]

GAME NIGHT 8/19: McKinley/Kalaheo

By Hawaii Prep World on August 19, 2017

McKinley leads the series 12-8 but Kalaheo won last year’s meeting for its only victory of the season. Kalaheo has never won the week after forfeiting a game. McKinley has not won a game since 2013, a span of 26 games with four forfeits included. Kalaheo pass vs. McK: Shon Flores, 211 yards in 1994 Kalaheo rush vs. McK: Eldon Lee, 125 yards in 1990 Kalaheo receiver vs. McK: Julius Nofo, 140 yards in 1993. McK pass vs. Kalaheo: Abel […]

The struggle of shrinking football programs

By Paul Honda on August 18, 2017

The first two weeks of the prep football season offered a mix of questions and validation of the superpowers in the ILH and OIA. Neighboring rivals Mililani and Leilehua meet for battle on Friday night, and traditional rivals Kahuku and Waianae tussle on the Leeward Coast. Division II gets quite a spotlight, as well, when 1) Damien hosts a mainland school at what is now the busiest football hub in town, Skippa Diaz Stadium, and 2) Aloha Stadium hosts an […]

Kalaheo forfeits varsity football game

By Nick Abramo on August 10, 2017

Kalaheo’s varsity football team is forfeiting Saturday’s Oahu Interscholastic Association regular-season opening game against Waipahu. Harold Tanaka, the OIA football coordinator, called Hawaii Prep World on Thursday to say that Kalaheo suffered some injuries in practice Thursday and it brought the total amount of players on the roster below a safe level. Kalaheo coach Darrell Poole confirmed the forfeit, but believes the team will be fine to play the rest of its games. “We had injuries today and injuries from […]

SUMMER summary: Kalaheo Mustangs

By Nick Abramo on July 9, 2017

Hawaii Prep World will be releasing summer previews of all 29 Oahu varsity football teams in advance of the 2017 season that kicks off in early August. 17TH IN A SERIES KALAHEO MUSTANGS >> 2016 record and finish: 1-7 (1-6 OIA D-II); did not qualify for OIA D-II playoffs >> Number of returning starters: 7 >> Number of returning seniors: 5 >> Number of starters lost to graduation: 14 >> Number of seniors lost to graduation: 19 >> Honolulu Star-Advertiser […]

GAME NIGHT 9/30: Kalaheo/Kalani

By Hawaii Prep World on September 30, 2016

The regular season begins to wind down Friday night with the OIA Division I playoffs set to begin next week. Things are much different in OIA Division II with the race for the playoffs just beginning. Kalani (2-2, 2-2) is tied with Waialua in the loss column but suffered a two-point loss to the Bulldogs earlier this season. The Falcons need a win to stay in the race against Kalaheo (1-6, 1-5), which plays its final game of the season. […]