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No. 6 Farrington All-State football

By Jerry Campany on August 2, 2014

All good teams routinely describe itself as a family. At Farrington, they have the roots to prove it. Defensive tackle Breiden Fehoko made the Star-Advertiser’s first team after last season, joining three older brothers in taking the honor and continuing a run of family excellence going back to the Nogas and the Cadientes. The run started in 2005 when the Star-Bulletin selected Whitley Fehoko for its offensive line and continued in 2006 when both papers chose Sam Fehoko on the […]

Fehoko, Uluave at Oakland Nike

By Paul Honda on May 19, 2014

Some great footage of OL-versus-DL one-on-one (no pad) drills. Farrington defensive tackle Breiden Fehoko and Punahou offensive lineman Semisi Uluave look terrific against the top guys in the Oakland Nike Football Training Camp. Also in the footage is DL Salanoa Alo-Wily (Kahuku) and DT Rex Manu (Mililani). Fehoko (6-3, 285) has already committed to play for Texas Tech. He will be a senior this fall.

3 Hawaii football players honored

By Jason Kaneshiro on January 16, 2014

The 2015 graduating class featured considerable star power this past football season and three players from Hawaii high schools received national recognition on Student Sports’ Junior All-America teams. Saint Louis offensive lineman Fred Ulu-Perry made the second team. Two defensive linemen, Farrington’s Breiden Fehoko and Kamehameha’s Mika Tafua, were honorable mention picks. Another name familiar to Hawaii football fans earned a spot on the team. Austin Kafentzis, the son of former University of Hawaii cornerback Kyle Kafentzis and a quarterback […]

‘We aren’t teammates, we are brothers’

By Paul Honda on November 3, 2013

The Farrington High School community has drawn closer together through the heartbreaking disappearance of Farrington football player Dayne Ortiz. The cornerback was part of a defensive unit that became one of the best in the state. Coach Randall Okimoto calls Ortiz one of the team’s most improved players. But Ortiz was lost at sea on Saturday while fishing with his family at Mokuleia Beach. He was on a kayak when rough waters capsized it, and he has not been seen […]

LIVE BLOG: Mililani 37, Farrington 6, Final

By Billy Hull on November 1, 2013

Farrington is trying for its second-ever OIA football championship and first since 1990. Mililani is trying to become the first team other than Kahuku to win a second OIA Red football title since the league split into two divisions in 2003. Both teams have won eight in a row. Here’s our preview for the game. Live updates below. Kickoff expected for around 8:10 p.m. 8:15 p.m.: Farrington receives the opening kickoff and goes three-and-out. Running back Sanele Lavatai was not […]

Update: Farrington 17, Kapolei 10, Final

By Billy Hull on October 18, 2013

Click here to read our Farrington vs. Kapolei preview. Kickoff for tonight’s OIA Red playoff quarterfinal between Farrington and Kapolei at Roosevelt’s Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium looks like it should be around 7:30 p.m. Farrington has won all four meetings against the Hurricanes, which have all been in the playoffs. Check back for live in-game updates throughout as the winner moves on … and the loser calls it a season. 6:53 p.m.: JV game is in the books with Farrington defeating […]

OIA Red Playoff Preview: Kapolei vs. Farrington

By Billy Hull on October 17, 2013

OIA Red Playoffs The matchup: Kapolei (6-3) vs. Farrington (6-2) Location/Time: Roosevelt, Friday, 7:30 p.m. Head-to-head: Farrington leads 4-0 Biggest margin of victory: Farrington, 26-7, Oct. 24, 2009 Smallest margin of victory: Farrington, 20-10, Oct. 19, 2012 Kapolei’s offensive leaders Farrington’s offensive leaders Is this the year Kapolei finally beats Farrington? For the fifth time since starting up the varsity football program at Kapolei, coach Darren Hernandez will face the Governors in an elimination game in the OIA Red playoffs. […]

Fehoko adds Louisville, Vandy to list of offers

By Paul Honda on October 9, 2013

The list keeps growing for Farrington junior Breiden Fehoko. Louisville and Vanderbilt became the latest universities to offer the 6-foot-3, 280-pound defensive tackle scholarships. Fehoko and fellow defensive lineman Motu Heimuli helped the Governors defeat Kahuku 21-7 on Thursday to claim the top seed in the OIA Red East. Fehoko has a 4.0 grade-point average.