2018 Results: Game NightStatistics: Record bookRecruiting: Commitments and offers

2018 Preseason Top 10

1. Saint Louis
2. Kahuku
3. Mililani
4. Punahou
5. Campbell
6. Kamehameha
7. Waianae
8. Lahainaluna
9. Kapolei
10. Hilo

Division Pages

Open Division
Division I
Division II

Team Pages

Open

Campbell
Farrington
Kahuku
Kamehameha
Kapolei
Mililani
Punahou
Saint Louis
Waianae

D-I

Aiea
Castle
Damien
‘Iolani
Kailua
Leilehua
Moanalua
Nanakuli
Radford
Waipahu

D-II

Kaimuki
Kaiser
Kalaheo
Kalani
McKinley
Pac-Five
Pearl City
Roosevelt
St. Francis
Waialua

ALSO

No. 1 vs. No. 2
Polynesian Bowl
2016 stat leaders
2017 stat leaders

Kaiser’s Aisea Toetu’u snapped the ball to quarterback Casey Nguyen during practice in July. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.

2018 Schedule

All Leagues

PREPPING FOR 2018

Team previews
• Aiea Na Alii
• Campbell Sabers
• Castle Knights
• Farrington Governors
• Kahuku Red Raiders
• Kailua Surfriders
• Kaimuki Bulldogs
• Kaiser Cougars
• Kalani Falcons
• Kapolei Hurricanes
• Leilehua Mules
• McKinley Tigers
• Mililani Trojans
Moanalua Na Menehune
• Nanakuli Golden Hawks
• Pac-Five Wolfpack
• Pearl City Chargers
• Radford Rams
• St. Francis Saints
• Saint Louis Crusaders
• Waipahu Marauders

Kahuku quarterback Thorton Alapa took a clean hit from a Waipahu defensive player in a scrimmage on Friday. Photo by Steven Erler/Special to the Star-Advertiser.

Moanalua’s Kawika Keama-Jacobe set the single-game passing record against Farrington in 2014. Photo by Krystle Marcellus
All-Time Oahu Single-Game Leaders
RUSHING
NameSchoolYardsDateOpponentResult
Jesse CarneyKalaheo3799/11/2010KalaniW, 59-22
Kama BaileyDamien37011/2/2007Pac-FiveW, 54-40
Joe Igber'Iolani35210/23/1998Pac-FiveW, 45-35
Mark AtuaiaKahuku3509/21/1990CastleW, 57-42
Kainalu KaleoAnuenue3368/18/2012NanakuliL, 24-30
Mark AtuaiaKahuku3369/7/1990McKinleyW, 59-12
Adrian MurrellLeilehua3328/28/1987WaianaeW, 27-20
James McGaryLeilehua3299/23/2017KailuaW, 38-14
Adrian MurrellLeilehua3239/30/1988WaialuaW, 44-14
Kama BaileyDamien3208/31/2007at RadfordW, 27-18
PASSING
NameSchoolYardsDateOpponentResult
Kawika Keama-JacobeMoanalua5748/29/2014FarringtonL, 27-47
Taulia TagovailoaKapolei53410/9/2015CastleW, 41-0
Chevan CordeiroSaint Louis52811/10/2017MililaniW, 47-23
McKenzie MiltonMililani5158/29/2015KapoleiW, 67-21
Kainoa FerreiraPac-Five5158/16/2014King KekaulikeW, 54-37
PJ MinayaPac-Five5119/5/2008Word of LifeW, 48-28
Tai-John Mizutani'Iolani5038/26/2017KaimukiW, 57-34
Nick KapulePunahou4959/9/2016Saint LouisL, 44-64
Tua TagovailoaSaint Louis4939/23/2016at 'IolaniW, 42-24
Tai-John Mizutani'Iolani48510/16/2015KamehamehaL, 24-39
RECEIVING
NameSchoolYardsDateOpponentResult
David Kaihenui*Kailua3198/30/2002CampbellW, 47-18
Ty-Noah WilliamsKapolei31310/9/2015CastleW, 41-0
Karson CruzMoanalua3108/29/2014FarringtonL, 27-47
Mitchell QuinnSaint Louis30711/10/2017MililaniW, 47-23
Desmond HanohanoSaint Louis30711/21/2003MililaniW, 47-12
Albert SabogKalani30011/1/1991at RooseveltL, 20-42
Jason SharshMoanalua30010/10/2014at KaiserL, 48-54
Tsubasa BrennanPac-Five2928/16/2014at King KekaulikeW, 54-37
Derick MorganKalaheo2889/9/2011KalaniL, 36-39
*King Kekaulike's Trey Hunter had 342 receiving yards in a 41-20 loss to Maui on Aug. 18, 2018.