Punahou Buffanblu football

Team page: 2014 || 2013Statistics: 1973-2013

TEAM RECORDS

(since 1973)

441
Most passing yards in a game, by Ephraim Tuliloa in a 55-7 win over Saint Louis on Aug. 29, 2014.
271
Most rushing yards in a game, by Ryan Tuiasoa in a 56-14 win over ‘Iolani on Oct. 5, 2012.
242
Most receiving yards in a game, by Kanawai Noa in a 55-7 win over Saint Louis on Aug. 29, 2014.
68
Most points scored in a game, during a 68-0 win over Pac-Five on Oct. 3, 2014.
62
Most points allowed in a game, during a 62-20 loss over Saint Louis on Sept. 19, 1998.
Manti Te'oMiah OstrowskiKanTuiasoaLaFountaineHarrington brothers
Punahou's Manti Te'o left Saint Louis defenders Todd Nakano, right, and Kapa'ihi Umebayashi in the dust on Oct. 12, 2007, at Aloha Stadium. The following year, Te’o anchored a Buffanblu defense that gave up 16.1 points per game en route to the 2008 Division I state title. (Jamm Aquino / Star-Advertiser)
Punahou's Miah Ostrowski hauled in a 26-yard pass in front of Kamehameha's Andrew Godinet at Aloha Stadium on September 23, 2006. (Jamm Aquino / Star-Advertiser)
Quarterback Brett Kan went 22-11 as a starter from 2004-06 and finished his career with 7,188 passing yards. (Star-Advertiser file)
Ryan Tuiasoa, who moved to running back from linebacker before the season, broke the school record set in 1973 with 271 rushing yards in a 56-14 win over ‘Iolani on Oct. 5, 2012. (Jamm Aquino / Star-Advertiser)
Quarterback Todd LaFountaine was just as prolific with his legs as his arm, running for 208 yards in a 41-28 win over ‘Iolani on Oct. 29, 1999. (Star-Advertiser file)
Brothers Alema and Tau Harrington, shown here in 1981, both went on to play at BYU. (Star-Advertiser file)

All-Time Leaders

RUSHING
NameYardsDateOpponentResult
Ryan Tuiasoa27110/5/2012'IolaniW, 56-14
Mosi Tatupu24911/2/1973KamehamehaW, 21-13
Jeremy Lim22810/2/1998'IolaniW, 38-35
Micah Strickland22610/17/2003at 'IolaniW, 41-9
Mosi Tatupu22310/5/1973Saint LouisW, 20-8
Kaleo McCabe21111/15/1997Pac-FiveW, 26-8
Mosi Tatupu2109/20/1973'IolaniW, 41-12
Todd LaFountaine20810/29/1999'IolaniW, 41-28
Afatia Thompson20310/7/1995KamehamehaW, 27-24
John Kamana20010/6/1978'IolaniW, 27-21
Todd LaFountaine2009/1/2000Pac-FiveW, 35-6
PASSING
NameYardsDateOpponentResult
Ephraim Tuliloa4418/29/2014Saint LouisW, 55-7
Larry Tuileta43011/15/2013FarringtonW, 48-6
Makaena Puli42610/16/1993DamienW, 46-21
Larry Tuileta42011/16/2012MililaniW, 49-19
Cayman Shutter41211/28/2008FarringtonW, 35-28
Cayman Shutter40012/5/2008LeilehuaW, 38-7
Larry Tuileta39410/25/2013KamehamehaW, 38-12
Brett Kan3859/29/2006Saint LouisL, 35-38
Noah King37110/18/1996KamehamehaW, 26-23
Larry Tuileta3599/14/2012Saint LouisW, 43-14
RECEIVING
NameYardsDateOpponentResult
Kanawai Noa2428/29/2014Saint LouisW, 55-7
Donny Utu24010/16/1993DamienW, 46-21
Kanawai Noa22911/16/2012MililaniW, 49-19
Miah Ostrowski2218/26/2006at WaianaeW, 21-12
Kanawai Noa2108/31/2013at Helix (Calif.)W, 10-6
Robby Toma20611/12/2008Saint LouisW, 41-28
Nainoa Kuna2008/19/2000WaimeaL, 13-21
Kanawai Noa1989/14/2012Saint LouisW, 43-14
Tafiti Uso19210/18/1996KamehamehaW, 26-23
Miah Ostrowski19010/27/2006Pac-FiveW, 38-7

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