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Here today, gone to Utah: Kamehameha QB Kia‘i Keone’s new journey

By Paul Honda on August 9, 2020

For three years, Kia‘i Keone was a Kamehameha Warrior. Varsity football. Junior varsity basketball. As of mid-July, he was still a Warrior. Today, he is in Lehi, Utah, playing quarterback for Skyridge High School. The senior recently joined the team after making the move in late July. When video footage from a Falcons intrasquad game surfaced on social media Sunday morning, there was Keone, rolling out of the pocket under duress to make a deep throw near the sideline for a […]

Kamehameha OL Austyn Kauhi collects offers from Hawaii, Navy

By Hawaii Prep World on March 25, 2020

Just one season of varsity football is doing wonders for Austyn Kauhi. The Kamehameha football player received a scholarship offer from Navy in February. On Thursday, Hawaii became the second program to make him an offer. Kauhi, at 6-foot-5, 260 pounds, is just beginning to find his stride. “Coach (Jacob) Yoro called me up. He offered me, and then he wanted me to call Coach (Sam) Bennett,” Kauhi said of Hawaii’s offensive line coach. “(Coach Bennett) told me, ‘Congratulations.’ He […]

CLOSING THE BOOK: 2019 Kamehameha Warriors

By Jerry Campany on November 9, 2019

2019 TEAM RECORD >> 3-7 Overall, 2-6 ILH Open Division HEAD COACH >> Abu Ma’afala is 14-24 in four seasons as Warriors coach. KEY UNDERCLASSMEN IN 2019 >> QB Jonah Yuen, 6-0, Jr.; RB Kawika Clemente, 5-9, Jr.; RB Andrew-Lee Smith, 5-8, Jr.; OL/DL Kuao Peihopa, 6-3, Jr.; OLB Dayne Maeva, 5-11, Jr. KAMEHAMEHA THROUGH THE YEARS: 1973-2019 HISTORICAL EQUIVALENT: 1996 Damien After two years in the OIA-ILH football alliance’s Open Division, the Kamehameha Warriors are still struggling to find […]

VIDEO: Kamehameha vs. No. 2 Punahou highlights

By Paul Honda on October 25, 2019

In-game and post-game highlights of this Interscholastic League of Honolulu Open Division playoff game, third-place Kamehameha vs. second-place Punahou, at Aloha Stadium. Punahou is ranked No. 2 in the Star-Advertiser Football Top 10.

GAME NIGHT 10/25: Punahou/Kamehameha

By Billy Hull on October 25, 2019

No. 2 Punahou 47, Kamehameha 20 ———- Punahou advances to play Saint Louis in the ILH Open second-round title game next Friday. Buffanblu will need to beat the Crusaders twice to make the state tournament. Box Score At Aloha Stadium Kamehameha (3-7) 7 7 0 6 — 20 Punahou (10-1) 0 13 15 19 — 47 KSK—Ezra Evaimalo fumble recovery in end zone (Preston Rezentes kick) Pun—Vincent Terrell 5 run (Quinn Maretzki kick) KSK—Tanner Moku 53 pass from Jonah Yuen […]

GAME NIGHT 10/12: Campbell/Kamehameha

By Kyle Sakamoto on October 12, 2019

No. 5 Campbell 35, Kamehameha 28 (final)———- Kamehameha wins the coin toss and will receive. Game start: 6:40 p.m. First Quarter Kamehameha goes 3-and-out. Campbell ball at 38. Campbell scores on a 62-yard pass form Blaine Hipa to Titus Mokiao-Atimala. Chase Taylor makes the PAT. Campbell 7, Kamehameha 0. (10:49 left first quarter). Kamehameha punts. Campbell ball at the 7. Kamehameha scores on a 30-yard pick-6 by Evan Rau. Preston Rezentes makes the PAT. Kamehameha 7, Campbell 7 (7:11 left) […]

VIDEO: Kamehameha coach Abu Ma‘afala and Waianae RB Kolu Quisquirin-Sabagala

By Paul Honda on October 5, 2019

Kamehameha coach Abu Ma‘afala chats about his team’s resilience in a 20-15 win over Waianae. The Seariders got a school-record 247 yards, plus two touchdowns, on a whopping 46 carries by sophomore Kolu Quisquirin-Sabagala. (Update: A 3-yard carry by Quisquirin-Sabagala was incorrectly attributed to another Waianae player. Quisquirin-Sabagala’s corrected rushing totals are 47 attempts, 250 yards.)

GAME NIGHT 10/4: Kamehameha/Waianae

By Paul Honda on October 4, 2019

(Update: The rushing totals for Kolu Quisquirin-Sabagala have been corrected to account for a 3-yard rush on a fake punt in the first quarter. That had incorrectly been attributed to Kealii McLeod. Quisquirin-Sabagala’s rushing totals are 47 attempts, 250 yards.) Kamehameha 20, Waianae 15 BOX SCORE At Raymond Torii Field Kamehameha (3-5, 2-5) 0 7 7 6 — 20 Waianae (1-7, 0-5) 0 6 6 3 — 15 KS—Kawika Clemente 40 pass from Jonah Yuen (Preston Rezentes kick) WAI—Kolu Quisquirin-Sabagala […]