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2016 Preseason Top 10 Countdown

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» No. 1: Kahuku
» No. 2: Saint Louis
» No. 3: Punahou
» No. 4: Kamehameha
» No. 5: Mililani
» No. 6: Kapolei
» No. 7: Farrington
» No. 8: Waianae
» No. 9: Kailua
» No. 10: Baldwin

Conference Pages

ILH
OIA Red
OIA Blue
OIA D-II
• BIIF, KIF, MIL

Team Pages

ILH

Damien
‘Iolani
Kamehameha
Pac-Five
Punahou
St. Francis
Saint Louis

OIA RED

Castle
Farrington
Kailua
Kapolei
Leilehua
Mililani
Nanakuli

OIA BLUE

Aiea
Campbell
Kahuku
Kaiser
Moanalua
Radford
Waianae

OIA D-II

Kaimuki
Kalaheo
Kalani
McKinley
Pearl City
Roosevelt
Waialua
Waipahu

ALSO

No. 1 vs. No. 2
Polynesian Bowl

2016 Stat Leaders

Overall/ILH/OIA Blue/OIA Red/OIA D-II

2016 Schedules

• HHSAA State Football Championships
OIA, ILH
• BIIF, MIL, KIF
• BIIF, MIL 8-man

Waianae assistant coach Zeke Wakinekona watched his offensive linemen participate in drills. Photo by Cindy Ellen Russell/Star-Advertiser.

Waianae assistant coach Zeke Wakinekona watched his offensive linemen participate in drills. Photo by Cindy Ellen Russell/Star-Advertiser.

2016 Spring Football Reports

Aiea
Campbell
Castle
Damien
Farrington
‘Iolani
Kahuku
Kailua
Kaimuki
Kalaheo
• Kaiser
• Kalani
• Kamehameha
Leilehua
• Kapolei
• Mililani
Pac-Five
• McKinley
• Punahou
• Nanakuli
Pearl City
• Radford
• Roosevelt
St. Francis
Saint Louis
Waialua
• Waipahu
• Waianae

Kailua's David Kaihenui has held the single-game record of 319 receiving yards for more than a decade. Star-Bulletin file photo.

Kailua’s David Kaihenui has held the single-game record of 319 receiving yards for more than a decade. Star-Bulletin file photo.

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
Adrian MurrellLeilehua3239/30/1988WaialuaW, 44-14
Kama BaileyDamien3208/31/2007at RadfordW, 27-18
Mark AtuaiaKahuku31910/19/1990KalaheoW, 63-14
PASSING
NameSchoolYardsDateOpponentResult
Kawika Keama-JacobeMoanalua5748/29/2014FarringtonL, 27-47
Taulia TagovailoaKapolei53410/9/2015CastleW, 41-0
McKenzie MiltonMililani5158/29/2015KapoleiW, 67-21
Kainoa FerreiraPac-Five5158/16/2014King KekaulikeW, 54-37
PJ MinayaPac-Five5119/5/2008Word of LifeW, 48-28
Nick KapulePunahou4959/9/2016Saint LouisL, 44-64
Tua TagovailoaSaint Louis4939/23/2016at 'IolaniW, 42-24
Tai-John Mizutani'Iolani48510/16/2016KamehamehaL, 24-39
Jeremy HigginsSaint Louis48410/30/2008KamehamehaW, 55-28
Andrew KamanaoRoosevelt48111/1/1991KalaniW, 42-20
RECEIVING
NameSchoolYardsDateOpponentResult
David KaihenuiKailua3198/30/2002CampbellW, 47-18
Ty-Noah WilliamsKapolei31310/9/2015CastleW, 41-0
Karson CruzMoanalua3108/29/2014FarringtonL, 27-47
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
Zachary LuiMcKinley2788/22/1998SamoanaW, 26-20
Ryan RamonesMoanalua2688/5/2016DamienW, 46-24

{ 10 comments… read them below or add one }

Matuu Pulotu June 9, 2014 at 4:26 pm

Why do they keep the stats for DII with DI when it is unfair for the DI athletes to get the gaudy numbers that many of the DII put up. I feel they need to separate the stats into separate categories because there isn’t a chance that they would put that kind of numbers up against DI talent. For example look at the Kaiser quarterback who transferred in from Konawaena last year. He went from gaudy numbers against a subpar competition in the BIIF to better talent in DII and did not come close to those numbers. Imagined if he went to a DI school? Maybe if he went to a really good school he would have done well but not video game numbers like he had at Konewaena. That’s why I feel the numbers many of the DII athletes are putting up and surpassing the athletes who played against better competition and could not get those type of numbers is a misrepresentation of the true records. There should be a separation between the two or let them play once in a while to show that there is a different level (although for a couple of teams) the disparity is smaller.

Clayton Mahuka July 1, 2014 at 9:30 am

Fact is that they should just have 1 division instead of D1 DII, white red???????

Brada Joe October 1, 2015 at 12:08 pm

I second the motion!!!!
Honestly, how can Iolani be ranked #10 when their two wins are from the other islands.
Things that make you go HMMMMMMM!?!?!?!?!

John Rybczyk January 1, 2016 at 6:52 am

Is Colt Brennan coaching football at Kahuku High School?

deny bubenov February 7, 2016 at 11:53 am

I would like to stay anonymous, but I can confirm that Coach Cody Von Appen son of Fred former University of Hawaii Head Football Coach has applied for the Kamehameha Kapalama Head Coach position. Coach Cody Von Appen had a stellar career at Kalaheo High School leading them to OIA red playoffs then to Eastern Arizona where he led two winning seasons then finished his career at Western Oregon University as Quarterback. His coaching experience consists of two seasons at Western Oregon University as the running back coach and now in his third season as a Graduate Assistant Coach at Northern Arizona University where he coached defensive line, then was the “interim” Corners coach and today serves as a Linebackers assistant GA.
Coach Von Appen actively recruits Hawaii players and is very involved in the Polynesian recruiting scene.
I feel this is would be a great hire due to his football genetics, his motivation to win and pride he has in Hawaii. This needs to be exposed to the public so they can see the caliber of candidates applying. I personally feel being a huge fan of Hawaii High School football that this would be a solid hire for Kamehameha because he could also add longevity, he knows how Polynesian recruitment works to expose talent to big schools and you can guarantee he would have an exciting offense and finally a good role model for the kids.

Mahalo,
Denys

Aaron Kaapuni March 21, 2016 at 3:06 pm

If you are going to make a lower division, go by school size. Schools with 1,500 or more should stay in division 1 and the schools with less than 1,500 should be in another division. In the old days there were one division, this day and age and kids moving school constantly it’s harder. Plus with the increase of talent in the outer islands, it’s a whole new game. Moving up to a higher division should be a choice.

YNAE June 9, 2016 at 11:05 am

GO BACK TO LEEWARD, CENTRAL, WINDWARD AND HONOLULU

YNAE June 9, 2016 at 11:24 am

LEEWARD 3 TEAMS D1 PLAY-OFF
CENTRAL 3 TEAMS D1 PLAY-OFF
WINDWARD 3 TEAMS D1 PLAY-OFF
HONOLULU 3 TEAMS D1 PLAY-OFF
LEEWARD 2 TEAMS D2 PLAY-OFF
CENTRAL 2 TEAMS D2 PLAY-OFF
WINDWARD 2 TEAMS D2 PLAY-OFF
HONOLULU 2 TEAMS D2 PLAY-OFF

Hman! July 30, 2016 at 12:09 pm

^^^Nah! 2 division Red and White, top 11 in the Red ,then keep the same playoff format with the 3rd place OIA playing the 2nd place ILH for a spot in the state tournament

RAM FOR LIFE September 26, 2016 at 2:36 pm

I said B4 and I’ll say it again.
Re-review upcoming playoff system. 2-4 teams will wait 3 weeks to see if their season is
over or find out if they make it to DIV.1 STATE playoffs. These are the teams LOSING 1st Round “division” playoffs. Funny they will play this “1st” playoff game, while top seeds get a bye, and top(seed) teams will go straight into open tournament, without a bye later?

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