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Moanalua and Farrington showed a penchant for running the ball. No surprise at Farrington, but Moanalua? Michael Feliciano had been a rushing-yardage machine early in the season. On this night, however, defenses locked down the two running backs, leaving the jet streams above to Farrington QB Bishop Rapozo and Moanalua QB Alakai Yuen. The two […]

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The young Mules of Leilehua stayed close into the second half, down 28-20. The powerful Waianae Seariders took command at the line of scrimmage en route to a 50-28 win.

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Saint Louis quarterback Tua Tagovailoa had a big night in leading the Crusaders to a 43-16 win over Liberty (Nev.) High on Saturday at Aloha Stadium. Tagovailoa was 28-for-37 for 392 yards and four touchdowns and also ran for a 50-yard TD.

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Kailua Coach Joseph Wong chats after his team’s 20-6 win over Kapolei on Monday, Aug. 24, 2015. The Surfriders are 3-0 for the first time since ’03.

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No. 7 Kapolei at No. 8 Kailua OIA Blue Conference (Division I) Monday, Aug. 24, 2015 Resumption of postponed game (lightning 8/21/15)

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Faga‘itua football coach — and vice-principal — Suaese “Pooch” Ta‘ase chatted after his team’s 55-6 loss to No. 2 Saint Louis. The Vikings had a successful three-week stay on Oahu with scrimmages against Campbell and defending state champion Mililani. But in defeat, Ta‘ase says his team learned a great deal.

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What Have We Learned: Saint Louis can play a Grade A game, but until the loose ends are tied up, there is no complacency. Oh, this isn’t about anything particularly unusual for any good high school football team. Most of the elite teams near and far have their strengths and a few weaknesses. But Coach […]

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Faga‘itua vs. No. 2 Saint Louis Friday, Aug. 21, 2015 Aloha Stadium Score: Crusaders 55, Vikings 6

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They wanted more. The Kapolei Hurricanes played some stellar defense in the face of Kahuku’s smashmouth attack, but never got anything going offensively until the second half. The good news is that much of the ‘Canes’ difficulties — bad snaps, dropped snaps, dropped passes — are correctible. Not that it softens the sting of defeat, […]

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