Big Island Senior Bowl releases rosters

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The Life Champion Senior Bowl, operated by Hawaii Football Club, released its roster for the Dec. 6 exhibition game today.

The roster is filled with seniors from across the islands, including Oahu. The teams have not been determined yet, but the birth of this exhibition is a relief for ILH and OIA players who had been looking forward to the annual HUB Goodwill Senior Bowl. That game was cancelled this year because the ILH and OIA would not sanction the game due to a lack of insurance.

The Life Champion Senior Bowl doesn’t have — or need — the sanctioned approval of the Big Island Interscholastic Federation, executive director Lyle Crozier said. The exhibition game is legitimate as long as the exhibition game is played without DOE equipment, coaches and facilities.


The game, which will kick off at 7 p.m., will be played at Kamehameha-Hawaii’s Paiea Stadium in Keaau. It will be streamed online by scoringlive.com.


Today’s announcement came with information about GPA Football’s underclassmen combine, which will also be held at Paiea Stadium on Dec. 6. Registration is available at PIAAHawaii.com. Cost is $25. Check-in is 8 a.m. and the combine starts at 9 a.m.


GPA Football is owned and operated by Rich Miano and Chad Ikei.

PIAA director Doris Sullivan will offer a session on recruiting on Dec. 4, 6:30 to 8 p.m., at Good Tidings Church in Hilo. There is no cost.

COMMENTS

  1. JERMAINE HORSWILL November 28, 2014 8:37 am

    WHY IS THE STATES LEADING RUSHER MAKAILA HAINA-HORSWILL NOT IN PLAYING IN THIS GAME….


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