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ON THIS DATE IN 2003: Mililani beats Waianae at its own game

By Jerry Campany on October 10, 2020

On this date in 2003, Mililani traveled to Waianae and did its best impression of Searider football. The Trojans dominated time of possession — usually Waianae’s forte — to leave the West side with a key 27-20 victory and control of the OIA Red West. Peter Ranses led the Trojans with 97 yards rushing and quarterback Maka Kahoano threw for 167 yards, 90 of them on seven catches by Darren Smith. Mililani improved to 7-0 and won its next two […]

CLOSING THE BOOK: 2019 Mililani Trojans

By Jerry Campany on December 29, 2019

TEAM RECORD >> 8-5 overall, 5-0 OIA Open Division HEAD COACH >> Rod York is 93-29 in 10 seasons in charge of the Trojans. KEY UNDERCLASSMEN IN 2019 >> RB Malosi Sam, 5-8, 190, Jr.; LB Wynden Hoohuli, 6-2, 200, Jr.; DB Fatu Iosefa, 6-0, 170, Jr.; SB Mystic Sampaga, 5-8, 170, Jr. MILILANI THROUGH THE YEARS: 1975-2019 HISTORICAL EQUIVALENT: 2009 Mililani With McKenzie Milton and Dillon Gabriel off to bigger and better things, the 2019 Mililani Trojans went back […]

Mililani’s Raysen Motoyama, Tristen Townes earn hardware at JPS Senior Bowl

By Paul Honda on December 8, 2019

For the rest of their lives, Mililani teammates Raysen Motoyama and Tristen Townes will be connected thanks to Friday night’s JPS Senior Bowl Classic. Motoyama earned an offensive player of the game honor, scoring the only touchdown for Team Liberty. Townes, lining up at defensive end for Liberty, was named defensive player of the game. Playing in the Commanders contest, Motoyama’s versatility was in play. The Trojan running back/slotback had five receptions for 26 yards in a battle dominated by […]

No. 4 Mililani kept head high after 35-0 semifinal loss

By Nick Abramo on November 23, 2019

Mililani started the year with such high hopes. Then, things began to unravel a little bit. The season came to an abupt end for the fourth-ranked Trojans Friday night in a disappointing 35-0 loss to No. 1 and still undefeated Saint Louis (11-0) in the Open Division semifinals of the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Football State Championships. From the outside looking in as the season wore on, it appeared that something went seriously wrong with the Mililani offense. What was a […]

GAME NIGHT 11/22: Mililani/Saint Louis

By Jason Kaneshiro on November 22, 2019

No. 1 Saint Louis 35, No. 4 Mililani 0, FINAL  Kekahi Graham in at QB for Saint Louis. The Crusaders keep the ball on the ground to end the game and set up a meeting with Kahuku for the Open Division state championship. Freshman Isaiah Gideon in at quarterback for Mililani. He completes a pass over the middle for 17 yards. Drive stalls at the Trojans’ 42 and Saint Louis takes over with about 2 minutes left. Connor Apo in […]

VIDEO: No. 1 Saint Louis vs. No. 3 Mililani highlights

By Paul Honda on November 22, 2019

Top-ranked, top-seeded Saint Louis and Mililani battle in this Open Division semifinal at Aloha Stadium in the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA State Championships. The winner takes on Kahuku in the final. Punt snap issues in the rain for Mililani lead to this touchdown for Saint Louis.

Mililani looks to jump-start offense for states

By Brian McInnis on October 27, 2019

Any moments of offensive rhythm between Mililani and Kahuku on Saturday night were like visits from a long-lost friend who couldn’t stay around to chat and catch up. Kahuku got the better of a rock fight at Aloha Stadium, prevailing 7-3 to claim its 27th OIA championship and deny Mililani a repeat Open Division title and a fifth overall under coach Rod York. The night started for Mililani with a clanged field-goal attempt off the left upright and didn’t get […]

GAME NIGHT 10/26: Mililani/Kahuku

By Billy Hull on October 26, 2019

No. 4 Kahuku 7, No. 3 Mililani 3 ———- OIA title No. 27 for Kahuku and fourth in the last five years. Box score At Aloha Stadium Kahuku (8-3) 0 0 0 7 — 7 Mililani (8-4) 0 0 0 3 — 3 Mil—FG Kaulana Navares 24 Kah—Kelsyn Tangaro-Kanoa 93 kickoff return (Adam Requilman kick) RUSHING—Kahuku: Zealand Matagi 21-78, Lalio Kaluna 8-18, Jack Tito 2-6, Kelsyn Tangaro-Kanoa 4-5, Jason Mariteragi 1-1, team 3-(minus 6), Tiger Adolpho 5-(minus 13). Mililani: Jasiah […]