FB: Waianae players suspended

Waianae running back Keoni Napierala-Rose have been suspended for Friday night’s playoff game against Castle.


Napierala-Rose was involved in an on-campus brawl on Tuesday. Four other football players were involved and also suspended.

The Seariders host Castle on Friday night in an Oahu interscholastic Association Red Conference quarterfinal.


Napierala-Rose has scored seven touchdowns rushing and five TDs receiving this season.

COMMENTS

  1. 1kanaka October 24, 2009 2:09 pm

    A big thumbs up to Waianae High, you folks showed a lot of integrity by suspending those players. I hope that the players have learned a valuable lesson with their punishment. Because of their inappropriate actions off the field it cost their team and their school a possible OIA championship. They should appologize the rest of the Waianae team and student body because they would have had a better chance at a win against Castle.
    To the rest of the Waianae football team, you can hold your heads up high because you folks still played one hell of a game and represented your school with pride and dignity…


  2. 1kanaka October 24, 2009 7:09 pm

    A big thumbs up to Waianae High, you folks showed a lot of integrity by suspending those players. I hope that the players have learned a valuable lesson with their punishment. Because of their inappropriate actions off the field it cost their team and their school a possible OIA championship. They should appologize the rest of the Waianae team and student body because they would have had a better chance at a win against Castle.
    To the rest of the Waianae football team, you can hold your heads up high because you folks still played one hell of a game and represented your school with pride and dignity…


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