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GAME NIGHT 9/20: Kahuku/Kapolei

By Nick Abramo on September 20, 2019

No. 4 Kahuku 0, Kapolei 0, 7:30 p.m. ———- ———- Series history: Kahuku leads 9-1 Kahuku roster Kapolei roster

HAWAII GROWN: Timpview game turns into a Kahuku reunion

By Billy Hull on September 18, 2019

When Kahuku traveled to Utah to play Timpview two weeks ago, the game was moved from Friday to Saturday to better accommodate such a high demand for tickets. For Boise State junior Kekaula Kaniho, it worked out perfectly. The Broncos had a Friday night home game and Kaniho had four tackles and a pass breakup in a 14-7 win over Marshall. That left a full day Saturday to make the six-hour drive to Utah. Utah senior defensive end Bradlee Anae […]

VIDEO: No. 1 Saint Louis plays lights out vs. No. 4 Kahuku

By Paul Honda on September 14, 2019

Before the game was called at halftime due to weather conditions and flickering lights, top-ranked Saint Louis rolled to a 28-0 lead over a determined Kahuku squad on Saturday night at Aloha Stadium.


GAME NIGHT 9/14: Kahuku/Saint Louis

By Christian Shimabuku on September 14, 2019

No. 1 Saint Louis 28, No. 4 Kahuku 0, FINAL ———- 10:00: 28-0 is your final. It was decided the lights weren’t safe enough to keep going. 9:58: Now both teams are gathering themselves, it looks like this thing may be called. Not official yet, however. 9:39: We’re facing at least 15-minute delay here at Aloha Stadium because a few lights went out. 9:22: Saint Louis gets a first down but elects not to call a timeout and takes a […]

Kahuku gets its second 2020 Polynesian Bowl All-Star

By Billy Hull on September 12, 2019

Kahuku cornerback Kaonohi Kaniho, a 6-foot, 180-pound senior, has been named a 2020 Polynesian Bowl All-Star. Kaniho, who has committed to play for Boise State next year, where he will play with brother Kekaula, is back to form this season after suffering a knee injury that forced him to miss most of his junior season. He was one of only two players to make the Honolulu Star-Advertiser All-State first team two years ago as a sophomore. Kaniho is the 18th […]

Kahuku ends mainland drought with win in Utah

By Billy Hull on September 7, 2019

Bishop Gorman. Liberty (Nev.) High. Long Beach Poly. Sierra Vista (Nev.). And now Timpview (Utah). Hawaii improved to 8-0 over the last eight days against mainland schools with Kahuku flexing its muscle in a 34-14 win over Timpview (Utah) on Saturday in front of a packed house on the Timpview campus. >> CLICK HERE FOR A PHOTO GALLERY FROM THE GAME Kahuku won a game against a mainland opponent for the first time since a 25-6 win over Narbonne (Calif.) […]

Kahuku players hear from Utah’s Kyle Wittingham, Ron McBride

By Nick Abramo on September 5, 2019

Kahuku football players got to hear inspiring words from University of Utah head coach Kyle Wittingham and former Utes head coach Ron McBride on Wednesday. Part of what the Red Raiders heard is affirmation of what they’re already doing in their tiny North Shore hamlet. “Coach Wittingham told them that they recruit Kahuku football players not just because they’re tough, but because they’re great teammates,” Red Raiders coach Sterling Carvalho said via cell phone Wednesday. “That’s what he emphasized. They […]

Kahuku prepares for trip to Utah after vanquishing Campbell

By Nick Abramo on September 1, 2019

It was studsville in Kahuku on Friday night. The fifth-ranked Red Raiders kept it simple at their Carleton E. Weimer Field, running the ball between the tackles most of the night. The result: 440 yards on the ground and a 35-7 smashing of fourth-ranked Campbell. >> CLICK HERE FOR A PHOTO GALLERY FROM THE GAME The pack of stun guns on the offensive line did their thing. Passing? No need on this night. But in the long run, to keep […]