Waipahu has positive vibes for field completion

Waipahu's Braden Amorozo tried to elude Kalani's Matthew Wu in a game last season. If all goes well, the Marauders will be able to play home games this season on their new artificial turf field, starting Aug. 25 against Roosevelt. George F. Lee / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

If things go well without further delays, Waipahu’s brand-new artificial turf football field will be ready for the Marauders’ home opener on Aug. 25 against Roosevelt.

“They have started the lay on the track and the contractor is trying hard to get it done,” Waipahu athletic director Stacie Nii wrote in an email to Hawaii Prep World. “Looks good as far as dates, weather permitting. We are very hopeful for Aug. 25.”

Waipahu coach Bryson Carvalho is also feeling positive about the work being done on time.

“They said it should be ready for our first home game against Roosevelt,” he wrote in a text to Hawaii Prep World.

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