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LIVE BLOG: Campbell 28, Kahuku 7, Final

By Billy Hull on November 2, 2013

Will Kahuku get the opportunity to defend its back-to-back state titles? The Red Raiders (6-4) will need a win tonight over Campbell (7-3), which is looking to qualify for the Division I state tournament for the first time under coach Amosa Amosa, in the OIA Red third-place game. Kickoff is set for 6:05 p.m. at Mililani’s John Kauinana Stadium. Live updates below: 6:05 p.m.: Kahuku will receive the opening kickoff. 6:17 p.m.: Kahuku converts a fourth-and-8 as quarterback Tuli Wily-Matagi […]

LIVE BLOG: Farrington 7, Campbell 0, Final

By Billy Hull on October 24, 2013

Who will move on to face Mililani next Friday for the OIA Red title? Farrington and Campbell meet in a rematch of a 2011 OIA Red semifinal won by the Govs, 27-24. Campbell quarterback Isaac Hurd came off the bench to throw for a touchdown and run for another before getting hurt in the fourth quarter. Campbell is trying to make states in Division I for the first time under coach Amosa Amosa. Kickoff is set for approximately 7:55 p.m. […]

May the man for Campbell

By Jerry Campany on October 19, 2013

In many ways, running back Austin May is the forgotten man in Campbell’s pass-happy offense. But McKinley might never forget him after the Sabers beat the Tigers 40-13 at Campbell in the OIA Red quarterfinals on Friday night. May, the fifth-leading rusher in the seven-team OIA Red West, was overshadowed all season by quarterback Isaac Hurd and his fleet bunch of receivers despite his 330 yards and 5.8 per carry. Whenever Campbell needed a yard or two, Hurd would go […]

Update: Campbell 40, McKinley 13, Final

By Jerry Campany on October 18, 2013

Click here to read our Campbell vs. McKinley preview Kickoff will be around 7:30, the Sabers controlled the JV game with a 39-0 win over Aiea to stay unbeaten. Talk before the varsity game was about who would be at quarterback for McKinley in its bid for the upset, but Tigers coach Joe Cho ended that suspense the minute he stepped off the bus. When asked how many quarterbacks he is going to play against Campbell, Cho responded: “We only […]

Campbell gets the bounces

By Jerry Campany on October 5, 2013

Sometimes, that’s just the way the ball bounces. Campbell earned the West’s second seed in the OIA playoffs with a tight 18-14 win at home over Kapolei on Friday night, the kind of game in which every play matters. And in the regular-season finale, no plays meant more to Campbell than fumble recoveries. The Sabers got their first break early after stuffing Kapolei on fourth and goal from the 1. Quarterback Isaac Hurd moved Campbell out of trouble to the […]

Top Players: RBs (9/12)

By Paul Honda on September 12, 2013

First, a random examination of top running backs and their numbers. (My ranked order is at the bottom of this post.) Plus, style comparisons. Wayne Taulapapa, Punahou, 5-11, 185, So. 53 attempts, 329 yards, two touchdowns, 109.7 yards per game, 6.2 yards per carry. Two of their three opponents were elite teams: Mililani, Helix (Calif.). He had a monster 30-153 game against Helix, a CIF powerhouse. He didn’t start when the season began, but it’s clear that he’s capable of […]