Saint Louis Crusaders football

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(since 1973)

Prep Bowl titles won by Saint Louis, including 13 straight from 1986-1998.
State titles for the Crusaders since the inaugural tournament in 1999; they won in ’99, 2002, ’10 and ’16.
Second-place finishes for Saint Louis; three during the Prep Bowl era of 1973-98 and six more since ’99.
Most passing yards in a game, by Tua Tagovailoa in a 42-24 win over ‘Iolani on Sept. 23, 2016.
Most rushing yards in a game, by Ed Kini in a 30-7 win over ‘Iolani on Oct. 13, 1973.
Most receiving yards in a game, by Desmond Hanohano in a 47-12 win over Mililani on Nov. 21, 2003 in the state tournament.
Most points scored in a game, during an 89-7 win over Pac-Five on Oct. 22, 1999.
Most points allowed in a game, during a 63-47 loss to Mililani on Aug. 17, 2014 and a 63-14 loss to St. John Bosco on Aug. 22, 2014.
Jason GesserMarcus MariotaGerald Welch
Quarterback Jason Gesser threw for 2,713 yards and led Saint Louis to a perfect 13-0 record in 1996. Gesser never lost a game he started at Saint Louis, going 22-0. (George F. Lee / Star-Advertiser)
Quarterback Marcus Mariota, who threw for 390 yards in a game against Punahou earlier in the year, finished with 230 yards passing in a 36-13 win over Waianae in the Division I state championship game on Nov. 26, 2010. (Star-Advertiser file)
George Ornellas ended his brilliant three-year high school career with 137 receiving yards in a 26-20 win over Kahuku in the 1994 Prep Bowl. (Star-Advertiser file)
Wide receiver Gerald Welch is one of three Crusaders to top 200 receiving yards in a game, finishing with 203 in an 84-28 win over Pac-Five on Sept. 3, 1999. (Dennis Oda / Star-Advertiser)

All-Time Leaders

Ed Kini28310/13/1973'IolaniW, 30-7
Adam Noga2089/14/2013'IolaniW, 49-13
Ed Kini2089/15/1973KamehamehaW, 49-27
Duane Silva20710/30/1981PunahouW, 21-13
Pesefea Fiaseu20410/29/1999DamienW, 82-0
Adam Noga2019/1/2012Bishop Gorman (Nev.)L, 40-52
Kevin Sullivan19610/16/2004'IolaniL, 31-36
Damien Cole18811/26/1999WaimeaW, 56-0
Jahred Silofau18110/17/2014KamehamehaW, 47-20
Pesefea Fiaseu17911/19/1999WaianaeW, 53-21
Tua Tagovailoa4939/23/2016at 'IolaniW, 42-24
Jeremy Higgins48410/30/2008KamehamehaW, 55-28
Tua Tagovailoa4479/9/2016PunahouW, 64-44
Tua Tagovailoa4409/5/2014Pac-FiveW, 60-13
Darnell Arceneaux40911/11/1994DamienW, 41-6
Timmy Chang40510/16/1998'IolaniW, 77-42
Tua Tagovailoa3979/20/2014KamehamehaW, 46-38
Tua Tagovailoa3928/29/2015Liberty (Nev.)W, 43-16
Jeremy Higgins3918/14/2009at WaianaeW, 48-35
Marcus Mariota39010/15/2010PunahouW, 42-7
Desmond Hanohano30711/21/2003MililaniW, 47-12
George Ornellas23211/11/1994DamienW, 41-6
Devan Stubblefield22210/19/2013KamehamehaL, 28-34
Gerald Welch2039/3/1999Pac-FiveW, 84-28
Cameron Bayne1969/10/2005Davis (Calif.)W, 54-26
Kainoa Fernandez1969/7/2001PunahouW, 25-16
Martin Cambra19310/17/1975Pac-FiveW, 27-13
Devan Stubblefield18610/4/2013PunahouL, 32-35
Tosh Kekahuna-Kalawe1859/9/2016PunahouW, 64-44
Jason Rivers17911/23/2001KailuaW, 49-7

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