4 teams tied for current longest win streak

Radford's Jonathyn Faulkner-Smith broke up a pass to Kaimuki's Jaren Feary during the Rams' win Sept. 5. Radford is tied with three other teams for the most (5) Hawaii high school football victories in a row.  Bruce Asato / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.
Radford’s Jonathyn Faulkner-Smith broke up a pass to Kaimuki’s Jaren Feary during the Rams’ win Sept. 5. Radford is tied with three other teams for the most (5) Hawaii high school football victories in a row. Bruce Asato / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

When the Liberty Patriots of Henderson, Nev., knocked off Mililani 76-53 on Sept. 4, it stopped the Trojans’ 16-game winning streak.

And, so, what teams in Hawaii have the current longest roll? The answer: Kahuku, Farrington, Radford and Konawaena — all are 5-0 to start the 2015 season.


The Trojans went 13-0 in 2014 and started off with three straight wins this season.


Punahou and Kapaa are next in line at 4-0, and Saint Louis, Pac-Five and Damien are all 3-0.

COMMENTS

  1. EwaEwa September 14, 2015 12:09 pm

    Mililani would have you believe that they ended their streak at 20-0 because they think scrimmages are real games. #backfire #behumble #RecruitToWin


  2. 88 September 14, 2015 9:07 pm

    Those scrimmages is what killed them. While the Crusaders and Kahuku sat kids out and ran basic plays on both offense and defense the Trojans opened up their playbook. Hope next year they use these scrimmages for what its suppose to be used for.


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