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David Kaihenui (2002)Kahaku Iaea (2009-2012)Taleki Mailau (2000)Kekoa Sua (2003)
Wide receiver David Kaihenui is one of only three receivers in Hawaii high school history with at least 300 receiving yards in a game. He set the state record with 319 in a 47-18 win over Campbell on Aug. 30, 2002. (Star-Advertiser file)
Quarterback Kahaku Iaea threw for 4,745 yards in his four-year career, notching three 300-yard games, including a career-high 306 in a 41-30 win over Roosevelt on Sept. 3, 2010. (Star-Advertiser file)
Quarterback Taleki Mailau’s single-game school passing record still stands 13 years later. Mailau threw for 387 yards in a 58-45 loss to Mililani on Sept. 2, 2000. (Dennis Oda / Star-Advertiser)
Running back Kekoa Sua set the Kailua single-game rushing mark with 289 yards in a 22-7 win over Punahou on Aug. 22, 2003.
TEAM RECORDS

(since 1973)

387
Most passing yards in a game, by Taleki Mailau in a 58-45 loss to Mililani on Sept. 2, 2000.
289
Most rushing yards in a game, by Kekoa Sua in a 22-7 win over Punahou on Aug. 22, 2003.
319
Most receiving yards in a game, by David Kaihenui in a 47-18 win over Campbell on Aug. 30, 2002.
62
Most points scored in a game, during a 62-0 win over Pearl City on Oct. 21, 1995.
58
Most points allowed in a game, during both a 58-45 loss to Mililani on Sept. 2, 2000 and a 58-26 loss to Kahuku on Nov. 2, 1995.

All-Time Leaders

RUSHING
NameYardsDateOpponentResult
Kekoa Sua2898/22/2003PunahouW, 22-7
Keone Brown28810/16/1998NanakuliW, 27-6
Brenton Harbottle28411/3/2001MililaniW, 34-13
Josh Uelese27710/13/2000at LeilehuaW, 34-0
Kekoa Sua2678/29/2003CampbellW, 47-8
Jarrin Young2669/8/2012KaimukiW, 48-12
Damien Torres26210/24/2003NanakuliW, 42-6
Damien Torres2409/24/2004McKinleyT, 20-20
Damien Torres2359/26/2003RooseveltW, 47-7
Josh Uelese2339/23/2000FarringtonW, 28-22
PASSING
NameYardsDateOpponentResult
Taleki Mailau3879/2/2000MililaniL, 45-58
Ranson Kepa3738/30/2002CampbellW, 47-18
Noah Auld3098/29/2015AieaW, 34-21
Kahaku Iaea3069/3/2010RooseveltW, 41-30
Elroy Akana30610/15/1994at WaipahuL, 22-42
Kahaku Iaea3058/13/2011at KealakeheL, 34-36
Kelroy Kohatsu30310/1/2004KaimukiW, 42-7
Kahaku Iaea3039/17/2010FarringtonW, 31-15
Kahaku Iaea2969/9/2011FarringtonL, 0-25
Ranson Kepa29110/4/2002KalaheoW, 49-0
RECEIVING
NameYardsDateOpponentResult
David Kaihenui3198/30/2002CampbellW, 47-18
John Kepa17110/22/1999KahukuL, 24-32
Ryan Lum1639/2/2000MililaniL, 45-58
John Limahai16110/27/1990RooseveltW, 27-14
Eric Lum1578/28/2010Pac-FiveW, 38-21
David Kaihenui1579/21/2001at MililaniW, 34-28
John Kepa15211/5/1999WaianaeW, 35-24
Martin Tigilau1509/18/2015at MoanaluaW, 37-24
Brenton Harbottle1489/2/2000MililaniL, 45-58
Keaka Kepa14510/1/2004KaimukiW, 42-7
Dwayne McCoy1459/9/1988KalaheoL, 12-25