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GAME NIGHT 9/27: Kamehameha/Kapolei

By Nick Abramo on September 27, 2019

Kapolei 27, No. 10 Kamehameha 3, FINAL 10:05: Game over. 9:50: The Warriors begin a drive, but it’s interrupted by Emmsley, who intercepts a Keone pass for Kamehameha’s fourth turnover of the half. 9:44: On first down, Kapolei strikes again. Stribing catches a short pass from Bailey and weaves his way 39 yards for a touchdown. Fonoti’s extra-point try misses. KAPOLEI 27, KAMEHAMEHA 3, 7:37 left in fourth quarter. 9:43: The Warriors get as far as the Kapolei 37 before […]

Kamehameha lands its first Polynesian Bowl All-Star for 2020

By Billy Hull on September 26, 2019

Kamehameha outside linebacker/defensive end Ezra Evaimalo, a University of Hawaii commit, has been named a 2020 Polynesian Bowl All-Star. Evaimalo is the first Warrior selected to the game after Kamehameha had four players — linebackers Hoku Arias and Tiger Petersen, defensive lineman Kupono Blake and offensive lineman Lokahi Pauole — selected to the 2019 game. Evaimalo is the 22nd player from a Hawaii high school selected to the 2020 game. The other players are Saint Louis linebackers Jordan Botelho and Nick Herbig […]

Time stands still as No. 10 Kamehameha shocks Farrington in final seconds

By Christian Shimabuku on September 22, 2019

When Kamehameha’s Kiai Keone flicked Saturday night’s game-winning touchdown to a wide open Kalanikuikahi Lorenzo, it seemed that time stood still for a moment. Keone said afterward that he was so confident in the play call that he knew Lorenzo would be there with room to spare. When the 9-yard rainbow landed in the sophomore’s hands with 5 seconds left to give the Warriors a 28-25 comeback victory at Farrington, it was just like practice. “I knew the play that […]


GAME NIGHT 9/21: Kamehameha/Farrington

By Christian Shimabuku on September 21, 2019

No. 10 Kamehameha 28, Farrington 25, Final ——— 9:36: GAME OVER. FARRINGTON SACKED ON THE HAIL MARY. KAMEHAMEHA WINS. WHAT A COMEBACK. 9:34: TOUCHDOWN KAMEHAMEHA. KEONE FINDS KALANIKUIKAHI LORENZO IN THE BACK OF THE END ZONE WIDE OPEN FOR A 9-YARD SCORE. PAT IS GOOD. KAMEHAMEHA LEADS 28-25 WITH FIVE SECONDS LEFT. CLUTCH. SO CLUTCH. 9:31: Farrington appears to have intercepted Keone in the end zone but a roughing the passer call gives Kamehameha the ball on the Farrington 9 […]

VIDEO: No. 2 Mililani’s ground-and-pound win over No. 9 Kamehameha

By Paul Honda on September 16, 2019

The Mililani Trojans entered the weekend averaging 30 carries per game. By the time they were done with a 34-0 win over No. 9 Kamehameha, the Trojans had run the ball 45 times for 171 yards. Deliberate at times, far from the hurry-up pace of the past. Sergio Muasau, one of their cogs in the trenches, was a key reason why. Jasiah Alcover rushed for 124 yards on 18 carries, and Malosi Sam tallied 88 yards and two TDs on […]

GAME NIGHT 9/14: Mililani/Kamehameha

By Hawaii Prep World on September 14, 2019

No. 2 Mililani 34, No. 9 Kamehameha 0 ———- FINAL. Warriors driving for a late score as the swing pass to Clemente puts the ball inside the red zone. Kamehameha at the 2-yard line but the ball is fumbled off the snap and Viloria returns it 99 yards for a Mililani TD. Kamehameha about to go 12 straight quarters without scoring an offensive TD against a Hawaii opponent. 7:18: Arona Sagapolutele in at QB and sophomore Hunter White gets a […]

Takeaways fuel No. 1 Saint Louis’ rout of Kamehameha

By Jason Kaneshiro on September 6, 2019

Resilience doesn’t exclusively apply to times of adversity. Sometimes, handling success can present a challenge to be overcome. So when the adulation following Saint Louis’ victory over Nevada power Bishop Gorman settled, coach Cal Lee took to the task of keeping the Crusaders grounded heading back into ILH play against a traditional rival. “You have to make them focus, that’s the bottom line,” Lee said. “You have to talk to them, remind them, work them. Can’t just show up.” >> […]

GAME NIGHT 9/6: Saint Louis/Kamehameha

By Jason Kaneshiro on September 6, 2019

No. 1 Saint Louis 42, No. 6 Kamehameha 7, FINAL  Kamehameha three-and-out and punts. Saint Louis ball at its 37 with 6:00 left. After three runs, Saint Louis punts. Kamehameha ball with 3:51 left. Keone picks up two first downs then takes a sack. Kamehameha takes a timeout with :06 left. Game ends with an incomplete pass. Saint Louis has its 30th consecutive win. Kamehameha penalty on the free kick gives Saint Louis possession at the Warriors’ 36. Crusaders go […]