GAME NIGHT 11/16: Saint Louis/Kahuku

No. 1 Saint Louis 49, No. 4 Kahuku 22

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Saint Louis (10-0) wins its 25th consecutive game and is in the state final for the fourth straight year where it will play Mililani. Kahuku finishes the season 7-5.


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BOX SCORE
at Aloha Stadium
Kahuku (7-5) 7 7 0 8 — 22
Saint Louis (10-0) 14 21 14 0 — 49
StL—Jayden de Laura 5 run (Garyn Napuunoa kick)
StL—de Laura 4 run (Napuunoa kick)
Kah—Thorton Alapa 15 pass from Robbie Sauvao (Duke Heffernan kick)
StL—Robbie Paikai 6 run (Napuunoa kick)
Kah—Tevita Faleta 91 kickoff return (Heffernan kick)
StL—Paikai 17 run (Napuunoa kick)
StL—Chance Beyer 5 pass from de Laura (Napuunoa kick)
StL—Jordan Botelho 25 interception return (Napuunoa kick)
StL—Harvey Welch 52 interception return (Napuunoa kick)
Kah—Toalei Lefau 5 run (Mason Paulo pass from Jason Mariteragi)

RUSHING—Kahuku: Wes Alo-Maiava 15-54, Toalei Lefau 8-30, Zealand Matagi 1-2, Jack Tito 1-1, Mariteragi 3-(minus 1), Ethan Erickson 1-(minus 15), Robbie Sauvao 6-(minus 21). Saint Louis: Paikai 10-60, Dayton Sam 4-9, de Laura 9-6, Ka’ohu Kamakawiwo’ole 1-2, team 2-(minus 2), Connor Apo 1-(minus 6).
PASSING—Kahuku: Sauvao 7-23–3-82, Mariteragi 3-7–1-26. Saint Louis: de Laura 17-24-1-232, Apo 5-5–0-40.
RECEIVING—Kahuku: Lokana Enos 2-37, Paulo 2-16, Kainoa Crismon 1-21, Alapa 1-15, Matagi 1-7, Kade Naka’ahiki-Bourgeois 1-6, Alo-Maiava 1-4, Lefau 1-2. Saint Louis: Beyer 6-57, Koali Nishigaya 5-80, Roman Wilson 3-81, Makoa Close 3-14, Prince Solomon 2-14, Keanu Wallace 1-15, Tama Albert Sula 1-9, Matt Sykes 1-2.

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(4:50) Kahuku ball on its 39. Red Raiders march 61 yards with Toalei Lefau scoring on a 5-yard TD run and then Mariteragi finding Paulo for the 2-point conversion. 49-22, :30.

Saint Louis ball on its 25. Connor Apo in at QB. de Laura 17-24, 232 yards, TD, INT, 2 TD runs. Aaron Fonoimoana-Vaomu with the sack on fourth down to force the turnover on downs.

Mariteragi with a nice 17-yard pass to Enos but it’s a turnover on downs.

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THIRD QUARTER BOX SCORE
at Aloha Stadium
Kahuku (7-4) 7 7 0
Saint Louis (9-0) 14 21 14
StL—Jayden de Laura 5 run (Garyn Napuunoa kick)
StL—de Laura 4 run (Napuunoa kick)
Kah—Thorton Alapa 15 pass from Robbie Sauvao (Duke Heffernan kick)
StL—Robbie Paikai 6 run (Napuunoa kick)
Kah—Tevita Faleta 91 kickoff return (Heffernan kick)
StL—Paikai 17 run (Napuunoa kick)
StL—Chance Beyer 5 pass from de Laura (Napuunoa kick)
StL—Jordan Botelho 25 interception return (Napuunoa kick)
StL—Harvey Welch 52 interception return (Napuunoa kick)

RUSHING—Kahuku: Wes Alo-Maiava 11-32, Toalei Lefau 5-18, Zealand Matagi 1-1, Noah Uluave 1-1, Jason Mariteragi 1-(minus 6), Ethan Erickson 1-(minus 14), Robbie Sauvao 6-(minus 21). Saint Louis: Paikai 10-62, Dayton Sam 3-8, de Laura 8-10, team 2-(minus 6).
PASSING—Kahuku: Sauvao 7-23–3-82, Mariteragi 1-3-1-2. Saint Louis: de Laura 17-26-1-234.
RECEIVING—Kahuku: Mason Paulo 2-16, Kainoa Crismon 1-21, Lokana Enos 1-20, Alapa 1-15, Kade Naka’ahiki-Bourgeois 1-6, Alo-Maiava 1-4, Lefau 1-2. Saint Louis: Beyer 6-57, Koali Nishigaya 5-82, Roman Wilson 3-81, Makoa Close 3-14.

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(2:01) Kahuku ball on the Saint Louis 45. End 3

(2:29) Ball on the 33 for Kahuku. A late hit on Kahuku and two players are ejected for fighting. Kahuku’s Thorton Alapa and Saint Louis’ Brian Cox are ejected. That would keep Cox out of the state final next week I believe. Freshman Jason Mariteragi in at QB for Kahuku. Safety Harvey Welch with the INT return for a TD for Saint Louis. 52 yards. Running clock time. 2:06 left in the third.

(2:50) Jordan Botelho intercepts the first pass and is GONE. 25-yard INT return for a TD. 42-14, 2:39, Q3.

(3:08) Crusaders ball on the Kahuku 22. de Laura goes to the end zone but it’s picked off by Peter John Mataira.

Kahuku goes three-and-out and then Saint Louis blocks a punt. Anthony Sagapolutele with the block and Kalepo Fiaseu with the recovery.

(5:03) Saint Louis starts on its 25. Quick three-and-out.

(5:50) Kahuku ball on its 32. Sauvao has a ball go off Heffernan’s hands on third down and it’s a three-and-out.

(7:49) Saint Louis ball on its 24. Tausili Fiatoa with a TFL and Saint Louis goes three-and-out.

(11:54) Kahuku will start on its 28. Sauvao with a nice hook up with Kainoa Crismon for 21 yards into Saint Louis territory. Fourth-and-2 and Sauvao goes with a quick pass to Paulo for 3 yards. Another Kahuku timeout facing fourth-and-8 from the 24. Deep throw to the end zone and Brian Cox with a great pass breakup. Turnover on downs.

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HALFTIME BOX
at Aloha Stadium
Kahuku (7-4) 7 7
Saint Louis (9-0) 14 21
StL—Jayden de Laura 5 run (Garyn Napuunoa kick)
StL—de Laura 4 run (Napuunoa kick)
Kah—Thorton Alapa 15 pass from Robbie Sauvao (Duke Heffernan kick)
StL—Robbie Paikai 6 run (Napuunoa kick)
Kah—Tevita Faleta 91 kickoff return (Heffernan kick)
StL—Paikai 17 run (Napuunoa kick)
StL—Chance Beyer 5 pass from de Laura (Napuunoa kick)

RUSHING—Kahuku: Wes Alo-Maiava 7-14, Toalei Lefau 2-2, Zealand Matagi 1-1, Ethan Erickson 1-(minus 14), Robbie Sauvao 6-(minus 21). Saint Louis: Paikai 9-63, Dayton Sam 2-14, de Laura 7-4, team 2-(minus 6).
PASSING—Kahuku: Sauvao 4-12–2-54. Saint Louis: de Laura 15-20–0-223.
RECEIVING—Kahuku: Lokana Enos 1-20, Alapa 1-15, Mason Paulo 1-13, Kade Naka’ahiki-Bourgeois 1-6. Saint Louis: Beyer 6-57, Koali Nishigaya 4-78, Roman Wilson 3-81, Makoa Close 2-7.

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HALFTIME.

(:21) Kahuku ball on its 37. Latu with his second pick of the game with 4 seconds remaining.

(2:39) Ball on the 21 for Saint Louis. Third-and-3 on the 42 with 1:11 left. Perfect ball from de Laura to Nishigaya for 51 yards. Timeout with 46 seconds on the clock. Ball on the 6. Third-and-goal and de Laura hits Chance Beyer for a 5-yard TD. 35-14, :25, Q2.

(3:42) Kahuku ball on the 35. Third-and-7 at the 38. Diving INT for Latu is waved off by a refere. Latu thought he had it. Incomplete. Punt coming.

(7:03) Crusaders ball on their 34. Paikai rips off a 15-yard run. Third-and-1 at the 42. Short pass from de Laura to Koali Nishigaya for 2 yards to move the chains. Ball at midfield after a holding penalty. Nishigaya hauls in a nice throw from de Laura for 21 yards. Third-and-4 at the 23. de Laura on the QB draw for 6 yards to the 17. Robbie Paikai 17-yard TD run. Saint Louis 28, Kahuku 14, 3:42, Q2.


WHAT A RETURN. TEVITA FALETA. 91-yard kickoff return to the HOUSE. Made two different guys miss using a spin move on one. We will get that video up ASAP. Touchdown Kahuku. 21-14, 7:09, Q2.

(7:47) Saint Louis ball on the 18. Robbie Paiki with two runs, including a 6-yard TD. 21-7 Crusaders, 7:28, Q2.

(10:51) Kahuku pinned at its 10. Pass knocked down at the line of scrimmage by Faatui Tuitele. Third-and-8. Timeout Kahuku. Sauvao to Mason Paulo for 13 yards to move the sticks. Third-and-4 after Saint Louis jumps offsides. Sauvao on the QB draw goes a yard. Punt. No. Erickson drops it and Saint Louis has it on the 18.

(11:46) Saint Louis ball on its 40. Third-and-3. Pass is picked off by Tevita Faleta. NO. Incomplete. Fourth down. Crusaders punt.

Kahuku ball first-and-10 on the Saint Louis 20 to start the second quarter. Kamo’i Latu with the interception on the first play. Red Raiders tried same pass to Enos, but Latu was there.

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FIRST QUARTER BOX
at Aloha Stadium
Kahuku (7-4) 7
Saint Louis (9-0) 14
StL—Jayden de Laura 5 run (Garyn Napuunoa kick)
StL—de Laura 4 run (Napuunoa kick)
Kah—Thorton Alapa 15 pass from Robbie Sauvao (Duke Heffernan kick)

RUSHING—Kahuku: Wes Alo-Maiava 5-10, Zealand Matagi 1-1, Robbie Sauvao 5-(minus 22). Saint Louis: Dayton Sam 2-14, Robbie Paikai 1-0, de Laura 5-(minus 3), team 1-(minus 5).
PASSING—Kahuku: Sauvao 2-4–0-35. Saint Louis: de Laura 6-7–0-113.
RECEIVING—Kahuku: Lokana Enos 1-20, Alapa 1-15. Saint Louis: Roman Wilson 2-74, Chance Beyer 2-32, Koali Nishigaya 1-4, Makoa Close 1-3.

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(:04) Kahuku has it on the Saint Louis 40. Sauvao hits Lokana Enos for 20 yards to end the first quarter.

(:21) Saint Louis starts on its 25. A 15-yard late-hit penalty on Kahuku after a 2-yard pass. Aaron Fonoimoana-Vaomu with the fumble recovery as it’s just a botched handoff. Kahuku ball.

Kahuku ball on the Crusaders 23 and Alo-Maiava runs for 7 to the 16. Third-and-1 at the 14. Zealand Matagi with a run right at the first-down marker at the 13. They will measure. First down at the 13. Nick Herbig with the TFL as Sauvao struggles to handle the snap. Third-and-12. Incomplete. Kahuku goes for it. Sauvao to Thorton Alapa. TOUCHDOWN. 15-yard TD pass as Sauvao bought time scrambling to his right. Saint Louis 14, Kahuku 7, :28, Q1.

(5:55) Crusaders will start from their 12 after an excellent punt. Kahuku timeout. Kenai Liua comes out of the timeout with a sack of de Laura. de Laura finds Chance Beyer for 30 yards on third-and-10. de Laura avoids a big sack but throws it away. Third-and-10. Kahuku with another chance to get a stop. Joseph Taufa comes on the blitz and he strip-sacks de Laura. Taufa gets the recovery.

(8:24) Red Raiders start on their 30. Kahuku gains 5 on an encroachment penalty otherwise it’s two runs for no yards and then Sauvao is sacked by Jordan Botelho. Punt.

(8:57) Saint Louis ball on its 42. de Laura goes deep to Wilson for a 54-yard gain. de Laura 4-yard TD run. Two plays, 58 yards, TD. 14-0 Crusaders, 8:34, Q1.

(10:19) Kahuku will start on its 24 with junior Robbie Sauvao at QB. Wes Alo-Maiava back at QB after dealing with an injury that caused him to miss a few games. Sauvao called for intentional grounding. Looked like he was out of the pocket, but it’s still called. Third-and-long. Sauvao runs for 1. Punt.

(11:52) Crusaders start from their 35 with junior Jayden de Laura at QB and he opens with a scramble for 11 yards. His first pass is short to Roman Wilson who ends up going 20 yards with it and absorbs a face-mask penalty. Ball all the way to the 19 already. Dayton Sam with a 13-yard run to the 6. de Laura 5-yard TD run on the option keeper. Five plays, 65 yards, TD. Saint Louis 7, Kahuku 0, 10:28, Q1.

Saint Louis will receive.
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For Kahuku’s roster, click here
For Saint Louis’ roster, click here
SERIES HISTORY: Saint Louis leads 15-8
Q&A: Kahuku coach Sterling Carvalho
Q&A: Saint Louis coach Cal Lee
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KAHUKU IN THE STATE TOURNAMENT

1999: Kahuku 47, Konawaena 14, at Aloha Stadium
1999: Kahuku 27, Baldwin 12, at Aloha Stadium
1999: Saint Louis 19, Kahuku 0, at Aloha Stadium
2000: Kahuku 43, Waimea 17, at Aloha Stadium
2000: Kahuku 41, Kaimuki 26, at Aloha Stadium
2000: Kahuku 26, Saint Louis 20, at Aloha Stadium
2001: Kahuku 57, Lahainaluna 14, at Aloha Stadium
2001: Kahuku 21, Waimea 7, at Aloha Stadium
2001: Kahuku 21, Saint Louis 14, at Aloha Stadium
2003: Kahuku 41, Kauai 3, at Aloha Stadium
2003: Kahuku 35, Farrington 7, at Aloha Stadium
2003: Kahuku 27, Saint Louis 26, at Aloha Stadium
2004: Leilehua 17, Kahuku 14, at Aloha Stadium
2005: Kahuku 43, Waianae 0, at Aloha Stadium
2005: Kahuku 28, Punahou 21, at Aloha Stadium
2006: Kahuku 22, Baldwin 20, at Aloha Stadium
2006: Kahuku 7, Saint Louis 6, at Aloha Stadium
2008: Leilehua 17, Kahuku 10, at Aloha Stadium
2009: Kahuku 9, Farrington 6, at Aloha Stadium
2009: Kamehameha 34, Kahuku 21, at Aloha Stadium
2011: Kahuku 13, Leilehua 10, at Aloha Stadium
2011: Kahuku 30, Punahou 24, at Aloha Stadium
2012: Kahuku 47, Farrington 14, at Aloha Stadium
2012: Kahuku 42, Punahou 20, at Aloha Stadium
2014: Kahuku 20, Hilo 10, at Aloha Stadium
2014: Punahou 13, Kahuku 10, at Aloha Stadium
2015: Kahuku 13, Waianae 0, at Aloha Stadium
2015: Kahuku 39, Saint Louis 14, at Aloha Stadium
2016: Kahuku 54, Kapolei 7, at Aloha Stadium
2016: Saint Louis 30, Kahuku 14, at Aloha Stadium
2017: Kahuku 10, Waianae 7, at Aloha Stadium
2018: Saint Louis 31, Kahuku 28, at Aloha Stadium

TEMPLATE

Rushing attempts, game: Kesi Ah-Hoy, 40
Rushing attempts, career: Aofaga Wily, 112
Rushing yards, game: Malosi Teo, 262
Rushing yards, career: Aofaga Wily, 650
Rushing touchdowns, game: Aofaga Wily, 4
Rushing touchdowns, career: Aofaga Wily, 9
Passing completions, game: Sol-Jay Maiava, 17
Passing completions, career: Inoke Funaki, 43
Passing attempts, game: Sol-Jay Maiava, 36
Passing attempts, career: Inoke Funaki, 86
Interceptions, game: Inoke Funaki, 4
Interceptions, career: Inoke Funaki, 8
Passing yards, game: Inoke Funaki, 307
Passing yards, career: Inoke Funaki, 859
Passing touchdowns, game: Inoke Funaki, 5
Passing touchdowns, career: Inoke Funaki, 11
Receptions, game: Punga Vea, 7
Receptions, career: James Kammerer, Orlando Wong, Punga Vea and Ferron Fonoimoana, 12
Receiving yards, game: James Kammerer, 136
Receiving yards, career: James Kammerer, 303
Receiving touchdowns, game: James Kammerer, 3
Receiving touchdowns, career: James Kammerer, 5
Longest field goal, game: Cameron Mercado, 49
Most field goals, career: Cameron Mercado, Gabriel Pinheiro-Alves and Kekoa Sasaoka, 3
Longest fumble return TD: Micah Wily, 27
Longest interception return TD: Bryson Au, 54
Longest kick return TD: Lassalle Thompson, 95
Longest punt return TD: Aaron Franciso, 53

Career rushing yards
1. Aofaga Wily, 650
2. Mulivai Pula, 580
3. Malosi Teo, 475
4. Kesi Ah-Hoy, 334
5. Inoke Funaki, 309

Career passing yards
1. Inoke Funaki, 859
2. Sol-Jay Maiava, 496
3. Vai Funaki, 383
4. Lasi Livai, 313
5. Waika Carvalho, 291

Career receiving yards
1. James Kammerer, 303
2. Spencer Hafoka, 225
3. Orlando Wong, 199
4. Fakaloloma Olevao, 185
5. Punga Vea, 170

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SAINT LOUIS IN THE STATE TOURNAMENT

1999: Saint Louis 53, Waianae 21 at Aloha Stadium
1999: Saint Louis 56, Waimea 0, at Aloha Stadium
1999: Saint Louis 19, Kahuku 0, at Aloha Stadium
2000: Saint Louis 48, Castle 0, at Aloha Stadium
2000: Saint Louis 63, Waianae 10, at Aloha Stadium
2000: Kahuku 26, Saint Louis 20, at Aloha Stadium
2001: Saint Louis 54, Aiea 7, at Aloha Stadium
2001: Saint Louis 49, Kailua 7, at Aloha Stadium
2001: Kahuku 21, Saint Louis 14, at Aloha Stadium
2002: Saint Louis 41, Farrington 23, at Aloha Stadium
2002: Saint Louis 51, Waimea 0, at Aloha Stadium
2002: Saint Louis 34, Castle 15, at Aloha Stadium
2003: Saint Louis 47, Mililani 12, at Aloha Stadium
2003: Saint Louis 48, Baldwin 6, at Aloha Stadium
2003: Kahuku 27, Saint Louis 26, at Aloha Stadium
2006: Saint Louis 10, Waianae 7, at Aloha Stadium
2006: Kahuku 7, Saint Louis 6, at Aloha Stadium
2007: Saint Louis 44, Waianae 6, at Aloha Stadium
2007: Leilehua 20, Saint Louis 16, at Aloha Stadium
2010: Saint Louis 42, Leilehua 28, at Aloha Stadium
2010: Saint Louis 36, Waianae 13, at Aloha Stadium
2015: Saint Louis 56, Mililani 30, at Aloha Stadium
2015: Kahuku 39, Saint Louis 14, at Aloha Stadium
2016: Saint Louis 42, Waianae 7, at Aloha Stadium
2016: Saint Louis 30, Kahuku 14, at Aloha Stadium
2017: Saint Louis 47, Mililani 23, at Aloha Stadium
2017: Saint Louis 31, Kahuku 28, at Aloha Stadium

Rushing attempts, game: BJ Batts, 23
Rushing attempts, career: BJ Batts, 95
Rushing yards, game: Damien Cole, 188
Rushing yards, career: Pesefea Fiaseu, 668
Rushing touchdowns, game: Damien Cole and Pesefea Fiaseu, 3
Rushing touchdowns, career: BJ Batts, 12
Passing completions, game: Chevan Cordeiro, 30
Passing completions, career: Bobby George, 87
Passing attempts, game: Chevan Cordeiro, 44
Passing attempts, career: Bobby George, 164
Interceptions, game: Tua Tagovailoa, Micah Mamiya and Bobby George, 3
Interceptions, career: Bobby George, 7
Passing yards, game: Chevan Cordeiro, 528
Passing yards, career: Bobby George, 1,448
Passing touchdowns, game:Timmy Chang, 8
Passing touchdowns, career: Bobby George, 16
Receptions, game: Gerald Welch, 12
Receptions, career: Jason Rivers, 32
Receiving yards, game: Desmond Hanohano and Mitchell Quinn, 307
Receiving yards, career: Jason Rivers, 594
Receiving touchdowns, game: Mitchell Quinn, 5
Receiving touchdowns, career: Jason Rivers, 9
Longest field goal, game: Aaron Goo, 40
Most field goals, career: Charles Santiago, 5
Longest blocked punt return TD: Kainalu Paikai, 10 yards
Longest fumble return TD: Isaac Slade-Matautia, 64 yards
Longest interception return TD: Dayne Nohara, 58
Longest kick return TD: BJ Batts, 99
Longest punt return TD: Pono Vierra, 44

Career rushing yards
1. Pesefea Fiaseu, 668
2. BJ Batts, 642
3. Prince Brown, 351
4. Justin Cabansag, 332
5. Tua Tagovailoa, 260


Career passing yards
1. Bobby George, 1,448
2. Chevan Cordeiro, 1,015
3. Tua Tagovailoa, 972
4. Kealii Perbera, 760
5. Timmy Chang, 585

Career receiving yards
1. Jason Rivers, 594
2. Desmond Hanohano, 530
3. Mitchell Quinn, 456
4. Jonah Panoke, 317
5. Ross Dickerson, 309

COMMENTS

  1. Robocop November 16, 2018 7:53 pm

    Note, nice of you and 20 of kahuku’s closest family and friends to come out and support your team


  2. Dafun November 16, 2018 8:13 pm

    Notes not even one min and we scored hahaha!!!


  3. notes November 16, 2018 8:27 pm

    Kahuku vs. Hawaii round2, less go!!!!

    Robocop you not allowed to talk smack unless you grad from one of the 4 remaining schools in the tourney.

    Dafun I expect nothing less from ur crusaders, but im still not impressed.


  4. notes November 16, 2018 8:34 pm

    “Sauvao called for intentional grounding. Looked like he was out of the pocket, but it’s still called.”

    In addition, refball. When you stack the refs with ILH grads, you end up with blatantly biased calls against us.


  5. Dafun November 16, 2018 8:34 pm

    Notes honestly with all seriousness, how old are you? This is a serious question.


  6. Austin Chang November 16, 2018 8:41 pm

    Why are the team is using Castle playbook? Running the ball.


  7. notes November 16, 2018 8:42 pm

    #4 post is the fake notes, aka education first, aka mr punahou, he’s an imitator with no life and no identity, been doing it for years.

    Kahuku fans boycotting the stadium and the school admins, they not happy with all the buluseki they put us through these years. smh


  8. Robocop November 16, 2018 8:53 pm

    note can’t tell me what to do because he’s a cry baby. Both teams playing well on defense so far


  9. notes November 16, 2018 8:54 pm

    wow. I log onto my computer and I see two fake accounts posting under my name. I didn’t post anything on this article until now. Kahuku haters truly are pathetic and will do anything to get an advantage.


  10. notes November 16, 2018 9:28 pm

    Robocop, thats what I thought, scared to admit where u grad but fast to hate on Kahuku. no worrys we got a saying….enemy of the state!

    almost half time and the boys playing as hard as they can.

    the fake notes, aka mr punahou is on a mission, let um post and continue to build us up as enemyofthestate he playing right into our hands. add hernandez and felipe as haters too with their bias commenting for 3 consecutive kahuku games.

    im signing off. no more posting from me. anyone posting as “notes” is not me.


  11. Robocop November 16, 2018 9:33 pm

    Oh wow! I just got off of my shift at Ruby Tuesday’s and I see another robocop posting! The other robocop posts wasn’t even me! But I do agree with the other robocop, all the notes are crybabies! Man no one used to post under my name back when I worked at coral kingdom.


  12. Robocop November 16, 2018 9:35 pm

    This is the REAL Robocop. I am NOT hating on Kahuku. I bet the actual Kahuku Red Raiders are tough, proud, and respectful young men. They always play hard no matter if they winning or losing. The fake robocop was hating on note because he magically appears in every ILH article to talk trash about private schools, Coach Cal, Coach Ane, and the players.


  13. notes November 16, 2018 9:37 pm

    this is getting pretty crazy. education first/mr punahou needs to get a life. I hope he really is signing off because I was getting tired of him trying to get more hate for kahuku by acting like a clown.


  14. Education First November 16, 2018 9:57 pm

    @notes, don’t accuse me of pretending to be a fool like you. When I write, you will notice it is me due to my organization, ability to follow the correct writing process, and actually making sense.

    When I choose to write, I will discuss, synthesize, and evaluate all the flaws of the academic methodology at Kahuku.

    I will then provide evidence to substantiate my findings such as the following data.

    Language Arts – 52%
    Math – 31%
    Science – 31%

    That is just bad.

    http://www.hawaiipublicschools.org/Reports/StriveHIKahukuH_I18.pdf


  15. Education First November 16, 2018 10:01 pm

    @notes, keep crying. You know what if Kahuku was favored to win, then 100,000 bandwagon riders would be in the stands throwing their tomahawks in the air. And the post count on this thread would be up to 1,000,000 if Kahuku actually had the lead.

    Now that you guys are not winning at football, what you do have to celebrate? Maybe the specials at McDoanalds next door? Or the fire eating contest at PCC? Using your EBT at Tamura’s? You tell me.


  16. Education First November 16, 2018 10:17 pm

    After watching almost 3 quarters, this isn’t even competitive. Kahuku is lucky that STL didn’t play for 3 weeks and are rusty. The score could be 63-0 if they did. Since this game isn’t too competitive, maybe Kahuku can move down to JV to give them a better chance to succeed and maybe their fans will return?


  17. notes November 16, 2018 10:19 pm

    now the real education first aka mr punahou shows up. you see the hate he has for kahuku? you think we care about test scores? we’re talking about football not schoolball. your obsession with academics on a sports blog only shows how jealous you are of successful kids because you probably couldnt’ even play sports in high school so you want to tear down communities who succeed.

    and you don’t know the kahuku community and how much we support our kids. you pretty brave talking all this crap behind the keyboard. we support our boys 100% and if we aren’t at the stadium, it’s for motivation so the kids get better. but that’s okay, EF. we were born hated out in the north shore. your words don’t bother me.


  18. Ilh November 16, 2018 10:33 pm

    Notes, take notes, Crusaders are for real no matter what you say, what’s your excuses now. Cry baby you


  19. Kahuku Crickets November 16, 2018 10:39 pm

    Amazing all the chirping from Kahuku all year long and now it’s mercy rule and silence. Fire another coach and try again.


  20. Realtalk808 November 16, 2018 10:44 pm

    It’s funny because you Kahuku followers talk about recruiting in the ILH. Shall we talk about the Kahuku basketball program recruiting? It is what it is.


  21. Robocop November 16, 2018 10:45 pm

    Wait, kahuku people don’t show up to support the “pride of the north shore”……. for motivation to get better???????? You gotta come with a better excuse than that


  22. Education First November 16, 2018 10:48 pm

    @notes, what am I jealous of? Every week the Star Advertiser prints a little synopsis of how any NFL player with Hawaii ties, whether they played for UH or for any Hawaii High School. There is not a single player from Kahuku who is in the NFL. I see STL, Punahou, Kamehameha, Farrington, and Hawaii Prep. But I do not see Kahuku listed.

    You support your kids, but you are okay with many of them not being able to read, write, and count. What a great role model you are!

    So since no one that plays football for Kahuku can turn it into a career and your academics stink, what can these kids do after graduation, assuming they will or can graduate.

    Notes, you really are a sad person. The amount of fans just show HOW LITTLE the community supports the kids. The truth has been told. The fans will only support a winner. And Kahuku now hasn’t won in 3 years. And they are trending downwards quickly.

    http://www.staradvertiser.com/2018/11/12/sports/nfl-islanders-40/


  23. Mean da D@pe November 16, 2018 11:34 pm

    @education first…. uh … your link in your post would require the RRFL faithful to pay for a subscription to the advertiser… I don’t think they would actually pay for something… only talk smack where it’s free! Hahaha


  24. Wake up November 16, 2018 11:34 pm

    Kahuku playing hard but STL is just too damn good. Mililani got lucky that hurricane cancelled the game. Next week’s game is going to be a blowout.


  25. Mean da D@pe November 16, 2018 11:38 pm

    Watched #99 for Kahuku get stupid on the last play, then try and fight while the game was over. He was even disrespecting the head coach and walk away from him while the coach was talking to him! Not something I would expect from Kahuku. Guess that’s why they losing. No respect anymore.. the kids can’t even respect their elders… too bad.. #99 is a senior… how the recruiters weren’t there to see that.


  26. Hammer November 17, 2018 12:50 am

    Hang on st louis didn’t play a good complete game maybe some rust and kahuku never quit what’s funny to me is the head coach putting in a freshmen quarterback he’s thinking he getting ready for next year little did he know as soon as the game was done he got fired he seems like a nice guy but he should be coaching a the pop Warner level no head coach put on there pom poms and act like that kahuku is not a passing team period open up the running game first then the pass will work you don’t have to be a genius to know so all I can say is aloha no kakou


  27. notes November 17, 2018 7:35 am

    education first aka mr punahou, for being private school educated you really are not smart. you know why there isn’t a single player from kahuku in the nfl? because they were all recruited into the ILH pipeline. duh.


  28. Education First November 17, 2018 7:47 am

    @Mean da D@pe, My apologies sir. That is a great point. I didn’t factor that in. I should have just copied and pasted.


  29. Education First November 17, 2018 7:50 am

    @Notes, you are so foolish you are strengthening my point. If kids are leaving Kahuku for better opportunities, that just shows that Kahuku doesn’t have much to offer.

    You really are dumb, yeah? You are supporting my argument and don’t even see it. I guess you proved and authenticated that you really did go to Kahuku.


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