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HAWAII GROWN: QB’s go 4-0 in college football

By Ferd Lewis on October 7, 2018

There were 51 teams in the NCAA’s Football Bowl Subdivision that won games Saturday and, in a milestone spread across multiple time zones, four of them were guided by starting quarterbacks from Hawaii high schools. Saint Louis School graduate Chevon Cordeiro, making his first appearance for the University of Hawaii in place of the injured Cole McDonald, joined already established signal callers: Mililani’s McKenzie Milton (Central Florida), Pearl City’s Jordan Ta‘amu (Mississippi) and the Crusaders’ Tua Tagovailoa (Alabama) in delivering […]

Gabriel commitment a big deal in West Point

By Ferd Lewis on September 14, 2018

WEST POINT, N. Y. >> With the growing notice of Hawaii as a producer of quarterbacks, the commitment of Mililani High’s Dillon Gabriel to Army has received considerable coverage here. Under NCAA rules, Army coaches are not permitted to comment on prospective recruits until they are signed to binding commitments in the national letter of intent periods. The U.S. Military Academy’s policy is not to release the names of incoming freshmen recruits until Reception Day in the summer when they […]