Former Dixie State football coach Greg Croshaw is one of many applicants for the Kahuku football head coaching position, a trusted source close to Kahuku football said yesterday.
Croshaw went 214-56-1 with Dixie State, before it moved from junior college to NCAA Division II.
Darren Johnson, the former Kailua head coach and Kahuku assistant who is currently a Kapolei assistant confirmed he applied for the job as well, and another source said Asai Gilman is another candidate for the position. Gilman, the father of Red Raiders defensive back Alohi Gilman who signed to play for Navy next year, is a former Kamehameha player.
The list of other applicants previously reported includes former Kahuku head coach Siuaki Livai, current Kahuku assistants Tommy Heffernan Sr. and Sterling Carvalho, former Kahuku assistant Byron Beatty, and JV head coach and interim varsity head coach James Kammerer.
The position opened last month when Lee Leslie, who spent one year at the helm, resigned to return to his family in Idaho.