Kahuku jumps to No. 23 in nation

Kahuku linebacker Aaron Fonoimoana-Vaomu sacked Waianae quarterback Rico Rosario during a game this season. Photo by Jamm Aquino/jaquino@staradvertiser.com.

Despite allowing its first touchdown of the season in a 40-6 win over Moanalua on Friday, the Kahuku Red Raiders jumped two spots to No. 23 in the MaxPreps Xcellent25 national high school football rankings released Monday.

Kahuku (3-0) has outscored its first three opponents 101-6 this season, yet is ranked No. 2 in the state, behind Saint Louis, according to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser.


The Red Raiders play at Aiea this weekend before heading to the mainland for the Polynesian Football Classic on Sept. 9 against Bingham (Utah). That game just got a whole lot more interesting as the Miners put on a dominating performance in a 48-17 win Friday over East (Utah) High, which had been ranked No. 12 in the country by USA Today.


Bingham, ranked No. 16 in the nation this week by MaxPreps, is now 52-1 against teams from Utah since the start of the 2013 season. Kahuku is 24-1 against teams from Hawaii since the start of the 2015 season.

COMMENTS

  1. TooMeke August 28, 2017 8:16 am

    let the trolls begin…


  2. Education First August 28, 2017 8:39 am

    Thanks for starting the trolling off anywaaays.


  3. RecruitOrDie August 28, 2017 9:18 am

    I believe Kahuku is the best representative for the 808 State in this bowl, the way they playing with Maiava slinging the rock is electrifying! He’s creating more confidence in his reciever corp as they get the rock delivered on time and on stride! Key to this success is always if they can catch more then they drop. Them boys are use to toss not lobed, anywaaays where are you on this subject playa! #801vs808


  4. LV Raiders August 28, 2017 11:05 am

    Kahuku needs to be much more consistent on offense. It’s good to see that they are incorporating a passing game. They are going for the deep balls to hopefully loosen up the defense. However, the QB is not as accurate. They also need to incorporate the TE and backs more. The short flat and underneath stuff is there. Furthermore, the QB can’t throw while rolling out to his left. The receivers need to also improve their route running and catching. Of course the running game is still solid with the RB’s they have and strength of the OL. Defense is creating havoc with the front seven. But with all underclass men as DB’s, that could pose a challenge. Kicking game looks good. But kickoffs need to go deeper. So far have not seen a break away threat in the return game as compared to previous years.
    Bingham, after watching them play East High, who is a top team in Utah’s 6A conference, is the real deal. Defensively they fly to the ball and have good team speed. They basically took away East’s running game, forcing them to pass, which is not East’s strength. Offensively, Bringham can match up wth Kahuku’s front seven. They got good backs as well. It’s going to be a close game if Kahuku can dominate on defense and move the ball consistently on offense. However, if Bingham takes control early, Kahuku could be in for a long night. Just my observation.


  5. Reality Check August 28, 2017 11:40 am

    I have confidence in most of the Kahuku coaches. They will get them boys ready. Coach Sola is a hammah D.C. And Coach Makoa is also a technician. Look forward tonthere success.


  6. hwnstyl August 28, 2017 12:17 pm

    Good Luck Kahuku, Hope you do well and everyone comes home injury free.


  7. Hyn August 28, 2017 12:36 pm

    Billy hull-St. Louis out scored there first two opponents 110-7 maybe that’s why there number 1.


  8. anywaaaays!! August 28, 2017 12:50 pm

    I dont think Kahuku has a deep ball threat like they did when Wily-Matagi was at QB or maybe they just havent shown it yet. They seem to be getting better on the short stuff and in the flats. Every game so far seems to be a different Kahuku team working on a different phase of their offense, add to that the absence of starters and I dont think Kahuku played a full game yet with all their 1’s in at the same time. Slojays offseason pass leagues seem to have helped him, he is looking a lot better then last year.

    They are really missing Kefu at FB. Hopefully Nawahine and wesMaiava will be good to go for Bingham, our interior Oline is kinda under sized/weight, tackles are solid.
    Our 1st string DE transfered out when he heard Fiatoa was coming back home, now fiatoa is gone so we are really playing with a 3rd string DE, not good.

    Our kickoff team has a lot of small shifty players but no wedge breakers, hope they fix that.

    Utah is a free transfer state, I know that in the provo area kids freely tranfer between 4 different schools (Mt.view booins/tamponview eagles/tamponogos/oreo tigers/provo bulusekidogs) all within a 5 mile radius of eachother. Im sure Bingham being a powerhouse also attracts studs from all over the valley, it dont matter though because after going up against a national recruiting program like BG last year I think our boys will be prepared.

    mioooooiiiiiiiii! dont explain yo liype!


  9. LV Raiders August 28, 2017 3:03 pm

    Why did Fiatoa leave? He was an asset especially in the Waianae game. Good to see that Kahuku wants to be more balanced. Couple of things during the last game showed that the timing was off when the center snap was low, bounced, or off to one side. In crucial situations they should go back to their two back Set and power the ball. Plus the QB would be better off with play action and rolling to his right. The roll outs are mainly to the wide side of the field. Leilehua exploited this and came with blitzes from that side and through the middle knowing the Q B has difficulty going to his left and throwing.


  10. Hau'ulaBoy August 28, 2017 3:28 pm

    Now this is what these post are supposed to look like. All about football. Neva mind all da hate. RR4L._.


  11. Hau'ulaBoy August 28, 2017 5:54 pm

    HYN: You right, St. Louis should be ranked # 1. The production on the field proves that. They past the eye test too. But I still believe that my Red Raiders will be there at the end. To da best team, good luck. Oh yeah wasnt you saying Kapolei’s D was the 2nd best in the state a few post ago. Ha Ha. That was a little premature. Hehe. RRFL._.


  12. Hau'ulaBoy August 28, 2017 6:06 pm

    The Big Red machine should throw in some trip option like the old day. Have Nawahine at RB and # 21 kid at FB with Sol-Jay QB. Line em up and pound um. Ha Ha. Just a little bit. Then have Sol-Jay with the option pass RPO. Thought I would jump in on the Lazy-Boy armchair coaching. Hehe. RRFL._.


  13. Big Red! August 28, 2017 6:09 pm

    The offense is way behind and honestly ,SolJay arm is weak! He is a great athlete but as a qb,he still has a lot of work on pretty much everything ! Electrifying is way off, the offense is sloppy and I agree with LV Raiders, the short passing game and unerneath stuff is there and they need to strengthen their running game to have a chance against Bingham. Don’t get me wrong, I love Soljay ,but he’s not living up to par on the passing, he needs more arm strength and accuracy! So strengthen the running, the blocking and the short passing game, because we can run on Bingham and play defense. Good luck Red Raiders! I’d only DJ was running the offense


  14. 99Boise August 28, 2017 6:23 pm

    Our D is in good hands with Coach Sola, probably the best DC Kahuku has ever had – add to that he is running them hard in the off season so he knows his kids abilities and will put them in a position to be successful. They dont call it DBU for nothing.


  15. Hyn August 28, 2017 6:49 pm

    Good luck kahuku. Go up there and represent the 808!


  16. LV Raiders August 28, 2017 8:22 pm

    ILH, come on man! It’s the OIA’s football committee that made the schedule. You’re right though, Kahuku will definitely be tested by Bingham. However, the ability to play a nationality ranked team is immeasurable. The positive side, even if they come out on the short end, is only going to help them improve. Yes, last year they lost to Bishop Gorman, who ended up ranked Number 1 in the nation. But the team and coaches refocused and we’re more determined. St. Louis, after their loss the previous year, also was driven and that’s why they triumphed at the end. If possible, please don’t refer to the other teams on Kahuku’s schedule, as you have done, because they practice, work hard, compete, and are proud no matter what the outcome.


  17. anywaaaays!! August 28, 2017 9:52 pm

    ILH it doesnt matter who we play the media and state always finding ways to discredit Kahuku for a Win. I gurantee you this weeks saturdays paper going say…”Aiea hangs tough in defeat”

    ..to go along with their Previous articles
    – Mules hung tough against Red Raiders: Scorinlive 2017-08-12
    – Moanalua hangs tight: By Brian McInnis on August 26, 2017

    Its the old Floyd Maywhether effect. Sticks to his gameplan, not too flashy but very consistent and poised, loses the first few rounds to get a feel for his opponent and then goes for the kill in the later rounds demolishing mcgregor. But what do you hear about then next day?
    – Mcgregor landed 110 punches…more then any other Maywheter opponent in the past
    – If the ref didnt stop the fight early…
    – Mgcregor surprised us by performing well
    – MMA can be proud…


  18. TooMeke August 29, 2017 6:16 am

    mean da coaches in da stands…

    his “arm is weak”… compared to yours?

    hahahahahaha!!!

    he’s a sophomore. 2 more years. love it.

    Bingham is da real deal. This was supposed to be East High’s year.

    I hope da team solidifies their offense over the next two weeks and represents Hawaii well. No matter what, all of these games vs mainland teams is all positive exposure for Hawaii HS athletics. And we gonna have a great time in Vegas, win or lose (but I hope we win).

    RRFL.


  19. TooMeke August 29, 2017 6:20 am

    anywaaays… 40-year old Mayweather LET him land those weak, no-power punches.

    I literally thought I was watching Apollo Creed taunt Rocky in the first rounds.

    Mayweather could’ve ended that fight any time after the 2nd round…

    But hey…they got paid…and that’s all this fight was about.


  20. DO-U-KNOW August 29, 2017 9:24 am

    One year ago, there was a discussion that OIA and the ILH would combine for the regular season. The top 10 teams in the state play each other. St. Louis, Kahuku, Punahou, Kamehameha, Waianae, Kapolei, Mililani, Farrington, Campbell, and Leilehua. or others (i.e. MIL…Baldwin or BIL…Hilo or Kealakehe) HHSSAA and many head coaches know that the regular season for most teams and their leagues is a joke.

    Most would agree that the Kahuku’s schedule is weak. And so it is with the ILH; i.e. St. Louis or Punahou. As an example; they don’t want to be challenging Kamehameha 2 times during the regular season. They would rather challenge everyone in the state. The group that is dragging their feet and resisting the collaboration is the OIA. So to you (anywaays and LV raiders), ILH is interested in combining but the OIA is not because of their bias. The older AD’s on the OIA who are stuck in their ways. They need to retire.

    It would make sense to put the top 10 of the state whether you are OIA, ILH, MIL or BIL together to compete during regular season. The old regime “AD’s” in the OIA refuse because of some issue. They don’t know that college coaches want to see the best on best. It helps with evaluating players for the next level especially with players on their radar. It is a detriment to the kid again. And it is unfortunate that administration i.e. AD’s, are looking at it from a myopic perspective.

    Most college coaches would pay closer attention to the potential recruit in the state when they know the best will be playing the best. That is one of the reason why, this state is under recruited.

    It is a shame to separate the teams from leagues. Should be an easy fix but there are the few that sit in those meetings that view it old school.


  21. Coach C August 29, 2017 9:56 am

    Anywaaaays, I would hate to be in Utah and play for a school name tamponview. Any word on steamING from vegas?


  22. rrfl August 29, 2017 10:46 am

    does anyone know when we can see wes maiava play?


  23. 88 August 29, 2017 11:05 am

    Yeah next year. How da hell the kid going play with a broken back.


  24. rrfl August 29, 2017 11:35 am

    OK take it easy, i didn’t know he had a broken back. i was excited to hear he was back.


  25. ToppDoggs August 29, 2017 12:44 pm

    Word on the street is that Mililani is the real deal. There is a reason no one was talking about the Kahuku/Mililani scrimmage a few weeks ago. Lots of Kahuku players got banged up and are still out of commission.


  26. Education First August 29, 2017 12:47 pm

    anywaaaays!! August 28, 2017 9:52 pm
    ILH it doesnt matter who we play the media and state always finding ways to discredit Kahuku for a Win. I gurantee you this weeks saturdays paper going say…”Aiea hangs tough in defeat”

    ..to go along with their Previous articles
    – Mules hung tough against Red Raiders: Scorinlive 2017-08-12
    – Moanalua hangs tight: By Brian McInnis on August 26, 2017

    Its the old Floyd Maywhether effect. Sticks to his gameplan, not too flashy but very consistent and poised, loses the first few rounds to get a feel for his opponent and then goes for the kill in the later rounds demolishing mcgregor. But what do you hear about then next day?
    – Mcgregor landed 110 punches…more then any other Maywheter opponent in the past
    – If the ref didnt stop the fight early…
    – Mgcregor surprised us by performing well
    – MMA can be proud…
    ———————————-

    Really, you think Kahuku is Mayweather? The 50-0 champ that has rarely or ever been tested?

    Man you and your conspiracy theories. Let me guess, it’s also the media and ILH’s fault that the school’s academic is so low. I guess the media is out there replacing current material with outdated stuff. I guess the ILH are the ones who are rigging the standardized test scores. I bet Kahuku’s education is probably higher level than Japan, Hungary, and Singapore. It’s all a sham and conspiracy.

    Always with excuses.

    The media did this to us. (WAH WAH WAH)

    The ILH did this to us. (WAH WAH WAH)

    Cal Lee STOLE all our players (WAH WAH WAH)

    I never heard someone moan and cry so much.


  27. Education First August 29, 2017 12:54 pm

    TooMeke August 29, 2017 6:20 am
    anywaaays… 40-year old Mayweather LET him land those weak, no-power punches.

    I literally thought I was watching Apollo Creed taunt Rocky in the first rounds.

    Mayweather could’ve ended that fight any time after the 2nd round…

    But hey…they got paid…and that’s all this fight was about.
    —————————

    Man talking to yourself again. I will appease you though by replying. So how do you know it was weak? And you know he let him land this weak punches because you talked to Floyd?

    And if memory serves me correctly, Apollo taunted Rocky in Rocky 1 and got knocked down in Round 1 or 2. And in Rocky 2, he lost. So this is your best analogy?

    And Mayweather could have ended the fight after Round 2. Yet he decided to let the fight go almost 8 more rounds. And he wanted to take a punch in the gut that clearly hurt him but the ref stepped in since he thought it was a low blow. And the punch loosed effective since both commentators both said, “Floyd’s hurt.”

    You are losing your touch with this weak assessment.

    Finally, you do know stealing PPV is illegal right? We all know there is not way you could have afforded the $100 tab.


  28. anywaaaays!! August 29, 2017 1:10 pm

    I love it when edufirst feathers get ruffled. Its expected to have him dissect and comb through every single word I say yet he has no input nor does he even read the main article that we are all talking about.

    You got anything to say about Kahuku football? No?


  29. anywaaaays!! August 29, 2017 1:22 pm

    DO-U-KNOW – Hawaii is not being under recruited, in fact the OIA is flourishing with many D1 talented kids with multiple college offers. Kahuku is leading all Hawaii schools with the most offers.

    I think you are talking about the ILH being under recruited because kids realize they dont need to go to the ILH to get exposure, the ILH is just sour about those facts and in order to get one up on the OIA they need the OIA to come and save their sorry 3 team league.

    The OIA and ILH do not need to merge. I will say this though, the ILH has the ability and resources to create a super team to compete nationally against the top High schools. Im ok with the ILH recruiting and stealing all the elite talent on this island but they should set their sights on beating the mainland teams, not OIA teams. The best thing for Hawaii football is to have a high school team in the top 5 nationally. This will bring more attention to Hawaii kids then merging OIA/ILH


  30. Education First August 29, 2017 2:21 pm

    anywaaaays!! August 29, 2017 1:10 pm
    I love it when edufirst feathers get ruffled. Its expected to have him dissect and comb through every single word I say yet he has no input nor does he even read the main article that we are all talking about.

    You got anything to say about Kahuku football? No?
    —————————
    I am still waiting for you to reply to my comment about why you cry so much.

    Also, are you still in Waialua pretending to be from Kahuku? You already got exposed when I ran your IP address online.

    Man you are such a fraud. Pretending to be from Kahuku since they are talented at football, but you are really from Waialua. Pretty weak.

    But I forgot, you own kids. HAHAH!


  31. TaWheelsOnTobascoRoundAndRound August 29, 2017 2:26 pm

    QB for Kahuku should technically be a junior, no?


  32. footballislife August 29, 2017 2:54 pm

    Get plenty kids technically should be a junior or senior, here’s a few:
    S. Maiava
    T. Tamatoa- Atimala
    T. Tafai
    T. Tagovailoa


  33. footballislife August 29, 2017 2:58 pm

    actually name is T. Mokiao- Atimala


  34. footballislife August 29, 2017 2:59 pm

    Mokiao-Atimalala


  35. anywaaaays!! August 29, 2017 4:08 pm

    edufirst how can you trace me to waialua when I have a birds eye view over waikiki the past 30 years. dont be jealous because my bloodline is generations deep in Kahuku history when my grandfadda went to school on the train.

    All – Its common place already for kids to be held back a year. It started in the mainland in the 90s thats why mainland teams would whip Hawaii teams, then STL started doing it and whipping the OIA in the prepbowl. Now that Kahuku started holding their kids back and the playing field is even they beat the ILH in state titles.

    OIA parents are holding their kids back in kindergarden, when the ILH recruit kids in intermediate the first thing they do is see if the kid is a late born and force them to repeat 7th grade. I no lie because I know plenny kids that did this, dey are usually the ones with their helmets off on the sidelines with full-grown beards.


  36. 88 August 29, 2017 4:12 pm

    Waite, so your saying the Kahuku QB is 17 right now. That would mean next year would be his last year to play high School sports. Man you need to stop hating and throwing shade over other peoples kids and worry about getting your own kid up to par buddy.


  37. 88 August 29, 2017 4:22 pm

    Oh and Topp Dawg as for the Mililani/Kahuku scrimmage Mililani was down 2 scores to 0 and could do nothing when kahukus 1s were in. It wasn’t until Kahuku went to a basic defensive front and started rotating everyone in that the Trojans started moving the ball. But it was just a scrimmage. Too bad you were not there to see it.


  38. footballislife August 29, 2017 4:28 pm

    There is no problem with repeating a grade to become more competitive in sports or classroom. News people should be more clear about it like 16 year old sophomore who repeated the 8th grade instead of the kid is ” only a sophomore” as if the kid is an above average super talented sophomore among his new set of peers- 14-15 year old sophomores.


  39. Breathe&Stop55 August 29, 2017 4:30 pm

    Hey, can’t fault the decision to be held back it obviously pays off. I’m sure it looks a lot better and studlier to colleges when you are listed as a Freshman rather than an upper classman. Too bad for the late born kids who don’t get held back and end up graduating at 17 when they could’ve had one or even two more years of prep hs sports. There have to be some kids out there who would’ve gotten offers had they had that year or two to play in hs.


  40. footballislife August 29, 2017 4:50 pm

    @breathe&stop55, great insight! Thanks.


  41. stacey August 29, 2017 4:52 pm

    cant always run over everyone “see last seasons champ game” just saying. work on that passing game in the blowouts for those private schools in the playofss. oh yea leave the bishop gormans allone yall not ready sorry.


  42. anywaaaays!! August 29, 2017 4:54 pm

    Technically a kid can
    ..be 16 starting his soph year in August, after football season ends November 22nd turn 17 one month later on December 20th (yes a 17yr old soph).
    – Start the 11th grade as 17 and play the season as 17, turn 18 on Dec 20th
    – Start the 12th grade as 18 and finish his football season as 18, then turn 19 December 20th and graduate as a 19 yr old.

    I think in the ILH as long as the kid is not 19 during the HHSAA state tourney in November they can play in the state tourney. Two kids that left STL and are playing at their respective OIA home schools this year are currently playing football as 18yr old seniors, I dont know when they turn 19, it could be December this year or the summer next year after they graduate. In either case its not illegal but it is an advantage to be 1yr older then your classmates and opponents on the field.


  43. SimSima August 29, 2017 10:59 pm

    It’s crazy how athletes out of state can “reclassify” midway through high school and repeat a grade. Look at some of the prep “schools” in bball that come for the ‘Iolani Classic. Damn near most of those players are closing in on 20-21 years of age playing against our 14-18 year old local athletes.


  44. Education First August 30, 2017 10:19 am

    anywaaaays!! August 29, 2017 1:22 pm
    DO-U-KNOW – Hawaii is not being under recruited, in fact the OIA is flourishing with many D1 talented kids with multiple college offers. Kahuku is leading all Hawaii schools with the most offers.
    ———————

    Kahuku is doing a nice job with kids playing in D1. This is how it looks right now. Based on SA’s data, Kahuku has 11 kids playing D1 football. Nothing is wrong with that.

    Let’s look at what colleges though:

    Oregon State – 3
    BYU – 2
    UNLV – 2
    Boise State – 1
    Notre Dame – 1
    Utah – 1
    Utah State – 1

    St. Louis is second with 9 kids.

    Oregon – 2
    Alabama – 1
    Arizona State – 1
    Colorado – 1
    Georgia Tech – 1
    Stanford – 1
    USC – 1
    UTEP – 1

    DO-U-KNOW could be right about recruiting. While Kahuku does have 11 players at the D1 level right now, only Notre Dame stands out for being a high level program or having high academics. Maybe if they did combine the leagues, these kids would play at more prominent universities.

    When I look at STL, 3 schools really jump off the screen, USC, Alabama, and especially Stanford. When you graduate from USC and Stanford, their alumni is so strong you can pretty much get a job before you graduate.


  45. Education First August 30, 2017 10:23 am

    anywaaaays!! August 29, 2017 4:08 pm
    edufirst how can you trace me to waialua when I have a birds eye view over waikiki the past 30 years. dont be jealous because my bloodline is generations deep in Kahuku history when my grandfadda went to school on the train.
    ———————-

    C’mon Pinnochio, is your nose growing? I listed your IP address last week after my tech ran a IP check on your username and this website.

    Let me guess, your grandfather went to school on the “Soul Train?” Many give it up, we all know you are a fraud. It’s okay. There is nothing wrong with supporting your hometown of Waialua.

    And I noticed that you have never responded to my comments that “NO ONE or NO COMMUNITY owns a kid.”

    You sound like a slave master with that “St. Louis comes and steals our kids.” You cannot steal anything when a parent says it is okay.

    You do know there are laws prohibiting the abuse and kidnapping of children.

    So please comment or rebutt how some school can steal kids when the community or school doesn’t own the kid?

    I am curious to hear this….


  46. anywaaaays!! August 30, 2017 1:32 pm

    Im only going to respond to your questions because I want other people to know how mento you are.

    Home is where the heart is, if Alabama is where your heart is then by all means go to alabama and work in alabama the rest of your life. What an idiot.

    Besides, can you tell me what football athlete from Hawaii that attended a prestigious academic university (Stanford,USC) on a football scholarship and used that colleges alumni network to land a high-paying kick @$s job? im waiting…

    At the same time I can name numerous of Kahuku athletes that attended those so called “less prestigious” colleges (BYU,UTAH,Boise) and are using those alumni networks to further their careers….at the end of the day a D1 education is a D1 education.


  47. anywaaaays!! August 30, 2017 2:19 pm

    The only use and abuse of kids is when the ILH schools come and sell a dream of a prestigious program to lure OIA kids to their school only to find out that if he doesnt produce on the field he is no longer a hot commodity for that ILH school and is soon benched and forgotten. Thats why several kids have left STL/PUN because its use-and-abuse over there, but guess what? the kids that return to their OIA schools are better contributors to those schools because they were in the ILH system, no, their football IQ is not neccesarily better, its their age, they are one year older and mature. LOL!

    At Kahuku its all family, we make our kids feel special all the time and they are the ones claiming their turf. Quite literally my kids that attend Kahuku are mine and yes I own them, my siblings and cousins and friends whose kids play at Kahuku do own them. 99% of the football teams parents are alumni so yes, we own our kids. Ask the kids themselves and they will say that they claim KAHUKU and were “born and bred to wear red”.

    Whens the last time you did something for your almamater (PUN) that made the kids feel special? Maybe if you make the kids feel wanted they would feel they belong, but no! everyone too high maka maka at pun. Its pay for play in the ILH, unless you are an elite athlete on full scholarship feeling like “The Man”, other then that you are just another customer paying to keep the school alive.

    …but then again you wouldnt know nothing about pride and feeling part of a group.


  48. Atatiava August 30, 2017 4:29 pm

    EF1, don’r forget Hawaii. UH is D1 football and Kahuku has 3 former players on the roster, St. Louis has 4.


  49. Atatiava August 30, 2017 5:17 pm

    Here is a list of D1 schools that have offers out to current Hawaii HS football players, according to HPW:

    Hawaii – 42
    Fresno State – 15
    BYU – 12
    Nevada – 9
    Oregon State – 9
    Utah State – 9
    Oregon – 8
    Washington State – 8
    Navy – 7
    Utah – 7
    Air Force – 6
    Army – 6
    Syracuse – 6
    Vanderbilt – 6
    California – 5
    UNLV – 5
    Boise State – 4
    New Mexico – 4
    UCLA – 4
    USC – 4
    Washington – 4
    Arizona State – 3
    Colorado State – 3
    Ole Miss – 3
    Florida Atlantic – 2
    Houston – 2
    Kansas – 2
    Notre Dame – 2
    San Diego State – 2
    San Jose State – 2
    Texas Tech – 2
    Virginia – 2
    Arizona – 1
    Central Florida – 1
    Clemson – 1
    Colorado – 1
    Connecticut – 1
    Georgia – 1
    Georgia Southern – 1
    Idaho – 1
    Iowa State – 1
    Kansas State – 1
    Louisiana Lafayette – 1
    Louisville – 1
    Maryland – 1
    Massachusetts – 1
    Michigan – 1
    Nebraska – 1
    New Mexico State – 1
    Oklahoma – 1
    Oklahoma State – 1
    South Carolina – 1
    Southern Mississippi – 1
    Stanford – 1
    TCU – 1
    Texas-San Antonio – 1
    UTSA – 1
    Wisconsin – 1


  50. ilh August 31, 2017 12:14 pm

    Education First: Cal Lee never stole your boys from Kahuku, they wanted to play for the best high school coach Hawaii ever had.


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