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Anuenue likely to switch to JV football only

By Nick Abramo on April 30, 2016

A lot of sporting events and stories happen throughout the year, and whenever you think you can recall most of it, that’s sometimes when certain knowledge slips through the cracks. That’s why when people asked me recently about the status of the Anuenue varsity football team. I didn’t have an answer, forgetting this story that ran in Hawaii Prep World on Sept. 18: http://www.hawaiiprepworld.com/football/reluctantly-anuenue-decides-to-end-season/ At the time, Anuenue decided to end its varsity season early due to not enough participation. […]

LIVE BLOG: Damien 28, Pac-Five 16, FINAL

By Nick Abramo on October 17, 2015

Kickoff at 3:48 p.m. at Aloha Stadium. … Damien can clinch ILH D-II title with a win. A Pac-Five win puts the race into a three-way tie between the Monarchs, Wolfpack and St. Francis, and creating a two-game playoff for the title and state berth. Pac-Five takes the opening kickoff and immediately drives 77 yards for a touchdown, capped on Kainoa Ferreira‘s 9-yard pass to Grey Ihu. The Wolfpack lead 6-0 with 8:06 left in the first quarter. Extra point […]

Reluctantly, Anuenue decides to end season

By Nick Abramo on September 18, 2015

It wasn’t an easy decision, but Anuenue’s football season is over. Na Koa will finish the campaign with an 0-9 overall record of which only one loss came on the field. Head coach Kelii Pio Adams confirmed Friday afternoon that the team — at a meeting with players, parents, coaches and administrators Thursday night – has decided to forfeit the remaining games on its schedule due to having just 13 healthy players on the roster. Despite the unfortunate turn of […]


Anuenue forfeits sixth straight game

By Nick Abramo on September 16, 2015

Anuenue is still practicing as a football team, but Na Koa has not been playing in any games due to a lack of available players. Oahu Interscholastic Association football coordinator Harold Tanaka said on Wednesday that the team forfeited its sixth straight game, which was scheduled for Friday against Nanakuli at Roosevelt’s Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium. After a 62-0 season-opening, nonleague loss to St. Francis, Anuenue’s other forfeits were to Radford, Kaimuki, Kalaheo, Pearl City and Kalani. Na Koa (which will […]

Anuenue still not ready, forfeits fifth game

By Jerry Campany on September 10, 2015

Anuenue will forfeit this weekend’s scheduled game against Kalani, the fifth straight contest it has bowed out of. The school, which forfeited three games last year, opened the season with a 62-0 loss to St. Francis and has not had enough healthy players to suit up for a league game yet. Anuenue has three games remaining on its schedule, at Nanakuli, at Roosevelt and at Waialua. The latest forfeit gives Anuenue a 25-game losing streak, but only 16 of those […]

Anuenue to forfeit fourth consecutive game

By Hawaii Prep World on September 2, 2015

Pearl City football coach Robin Kami said Wednesday that the Chargers’ game against Anuenue scheduled for Friday has been canceled. Na Koa (0-5, 0-4 D-II) will forfeit its fourth consecutive game of the season due to a limited number of healthy players. Anuenue has forfeited all but its first game of the season, a 62-0 loss to St. Francis. Anuenue coach Keli’i Pio Adams said last week he is still trying to put a team out on the field by […]

Anuenue forfeits game vs. Kalaheo

By Nick Abramo on August 27, 2015

Anuenue forfeited its third game of the season, coach Keli‘i Pio Adams confirmed Thursday night. The Hawaiian immersion school from the Oahu Interscholastic Association Division II has 19 available players on its 23-person roster, but most of them are underclassmen. Na Koa also has four injured players that are in the process of rehabbing. “It’s very, very, very frustrating,” Adams said about not being able to put a team on the field for the three games. Anuenue, which lost its […]

Anuenue forfeits Saturday’s game vs. Kaimuki

By Nick Abramo on August 18, 2015

For the second week in a row, Anuenue is forfeiting its football game due to a lack of players available to play, Oahu Interscholastic Association football coordinator Harold Tanaka said Tuesday. Last week, Na Koa forfeited its game to Radford. This week, they are forfeiting the contest against Kaimuki that was scheduled for Saturday at 6 p.m. at Kaiser Stadium. Anuenue head coach Keli‘i Pio Adams said last week that his squad of 23 was down to just 17 due […]

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