Waialua won its fourth straight rural OIA championship in 1955, needing a playoff win over Castle after the two teams finished the season with identical 9-1 records.
The Bulldogs dominated the league all-star team with six selections. Waipahu quarterback Bob Tokunaga, Waialua fullback Kenneth Souza and Castle utility player Clarence Young were unanimous choices by the Star-Bulletin.
Waialua end Tom Shizuru and tackle Stanley Takenaka were repeat selections.
Roosevelt won the ILH championship and led the league all-star team with five selections in the Honolulu Advertiser and four in the Star-Bulletin.
Tackle George Naukana, guard Moses Pung, center Cashman Bertleman and halfback George Purdy represented the Rough Riders on both first teams.
St. Louis’ Charles Alvaro was the quarterback on both teams with ‘Iolani halfback Paul Han and Punahou fullback Danny Ane making both teams as well.
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