Damien Monarchs football

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(since 1973)

Most passing yards in a game, by Marcus Faufata-Pedrina in a 42-33 loss to Konawaena on Nov. 7, 2015.
Most rushing yards in a game, by Kama Bailey in a 54-40 win over Pac-Five on Nov. 2, 2007.
Most receiving yards in a game, by John Santiago in a 21-14 loss to Kamehameha on Oct. 7, 1988.
Most points scored in a game, during a 78-0 win over Vacaville (Calif.) on Aug. 25, 2012.
Most points allowed in a game, during an 84-0 loss to Saint Louis on Oct. 27, 2000.
Kama Bailey (2005-2007)Kealoha Pilares (2005)Ranson DeCosta (2003)
Running back Kama Bailey is fourth all-time in Hawaii history with 3,930 career rushing yards. Bailey rushed for 2,045 yards and 22 touchdowns in 10 games as a senior, including 370 against Pac-Five in the final game of his career.
Running back Kealoha Pilares became the first Monarchs player to rush for 300 yards in a game when he carried the ball 48 times for 300 yards and five touchdowns in a 57-49 loss to ‘Iolani on Nov. 4, 2005. (George F. Lee / Star-Advertiser)
Running back Ranson DeCosta had four 100-yard rushing games in 2003, leading the Monarchs to the ILH Division II championship and a state final runner-up finish. (Star-Advertiser file)

All-Time Leaders

Kama Bailey37011/2/2007Pac-FiveW, 54-40
Kama Bailey3208/31/2007at RadfordW, 27-18
Kama Bailey31310/27/2007at PunahouL, 38-55
Kama Bailey3019/9/2006'IolaniT, 34-34
Kealoha Pilares30011/4/2005at 'IolaniL, 49-57
Kealoha Pilares29610/21/2005Pac-FiveW, 41-10
Kama Bailey2949/14/2007'IolaniL, 19-46
Kealoha Pilares2738/26/2005at AieaL, 19-21
Jason Keo24710/22/1994Pac-FiveW, 35-0
Kealoha Pilares2429/3/2005KaimukiW, 27-14
Marcus Faufata-Pedrina29611/7/2015KonawaenaL, 33-42
Brian Borges27310/1/1988'IolaniW, 28-26
Francis Breckterfield2569/27/1991KamehamehaL, 7-21
Syles Choy2558/10/2013at KS-MauiW, 29-21
George Centeio25310/12/1996KamehamehaL, 21-54
Hekili Apao2509/27/1997PunahouL, 9-20
Anthony Tuitele24910/21/2007Saint LouisL, 27-54
Hekili Apao2498/29/1997FarringtonW, 28-0
George Centeio2489/28/1996'IolaniW, 21-20
Brian Borges24710/7/1988KamehamehaL, 14-21
John Santiago16910/7/1988KamehamehaL, 14-21
Anthony Agcaoili1689/28/1989Pac-FiveL, 28-32
Austin Ballesteros15311/7/2015KonawaenaL, 33-42
John Santiago15210/1/1988'IolaniW, 28-26
Chris Truby1429/27/1991KamehamehaL, 7-21
Kawika Chun1359/27/1997PunahouL, 9-20
Anthony Agcaoili12710/14/1989PunahouW, 19-0
Makana Kaanoi12610/21/2007Saint LouisL, 27-54
Punahou Aina1248/29/1992FarringtonW, 32-6
Kealii Kaanapu12410/19/2013Pac-FiveW, 35-28

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