Kahuku, Saint Louis renew the rivalry

Saint Louis QB John Hao outran a Kahuku defender in the 1989 Prep Bowl. Hao threw for a career-high 329 yards in a 35-18 win. Star-Bulletin photo by Dennis Oda.
Saint Louis QB John Hao outran a Kahuku defender in the 1989 Prep Bowl. Hao threw for a career-high 329 yards in a 35-18 win. Star-Bulletin photo by Dennis Oda.

Saint Louis’ historic run of Prep Bowl titles ended only because of a format change.

The Crusaders had won their 13th consecutive Prep Bowl in 1998, sliding past Kahuku, 28-20. A year later, the first Hawaii high school state tournament was put together by the HHSAA and featured eight teams. It didn’t slow Saint Louis down as the Crusaders won the first official “state championship” shutting out the Red Raiders in the final, 19-0.

From then on, things quickly began to change. Saint Louis’ dominant run at the top as Hawaii’s best high school football program ended, and that title made its way to the North Shore.


Kahuku, which won states the next two years, is in a class by itself in the state championship era. The Red Raiders have won almost half (seven) of the 16 state titles handed out to non-Division II teams. Saint Louis is next with three state titles, followed by two each for Punahou and Kamehameha and one by Leilehua and Mililani.

Overall, the OIA has won nine and the ILH has won seven state titles, unlike the Prep Bowl in which the ILH went 19-6-1 against its OIA counterpart.

Kahuku and Saint Louis went 14 years from the first Prep Bowl season of 1973 before playing each other. The Crusaders won the first nine meetings before Kahuku stunned the Crusaders in the 2000 state final. With that win, the Red Raiders have won six of the last eight meetings. Here’s a look at every Kahuku-Saint Louis game in the state championship era. The teams have met only twice over the last seven years.

August 17, 2013
Saint Louis 45, Kahuku 24

Kahuku's Taliauli sacked Saint Louis QB Ryder Kuhns. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.
Kahuku’s Taliauli sacked Saint Louis QB Ryder Kuhns. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.


Saint Louis QB Ryder Kuhns put up 370 passing yards and four touchdowns to help the Crusaders score the final 22 points to pull away for the win. Receiver Devan Stubblefield added six catches for 117 yards and a touchdown as Saint Louis handed Kahuku its first loss in a season opener since 2008. The 45 points given up by Kahuku are its most in the Prep Bowl/state championship era. Saint Louis went on to lose to Kamehameha the next game and finished 0-3 against ILH D-I teams.

August 27, 2010
Kahuku 49, Saint Louis 27

Saint Louis RB Keanu Mook-Garcia is taken down by the Kahuku defense. Photo by Scott Morifuji/Star-Advertiser.
Saint Louis RB Keanu Mook-Garcia is taken down by the Kahuku defense. Photo by Scott Morifuji/Star-Advertiser.

The Red Raiders put up 49 points on the Crusaders and handed Saint Louis QB Marcus Mariota his only loss in high school. RB Tyrone Brown carries nine times for 84 yards and three touchdowns for Kahuku and quarterback Evan Moe was 9-for-13 for 166 yards for a touchdown. Kahuku led 21-0 and then put it away with a 21-0 third quarter burst that included a blocked punt return for a TD. Mariota finished 25-for-43 for 277 yards and a touchdown and rushed seven times for 82 yards and another score. Saint Louis went on to win the state title while Kahuku had to forfeit all of its wins prior to the OIA title game for using an ineligible player.

August 18, 2007
Saint Louis 21, Kahuku 6

Saint Louis' Lucas Gonsalves tried to elude Kahuku's Triton Oto. Photo by Richard Walker/Star-Bulletin.
Saint Louis’ Lucas Gonsalves tried to elude Kahuku’s Triton Oto. Photo by Richard Walker/Star-Bulletin.

Saint Louis QB Micah Mamiya missed the 2006 state final against Kahuku with a shoulder injury. He came back to start the 2007 opener against the Red Raiders and threw a 65-yard touchdown pass to Lucas Gonsalves on the fourth play from scrimmage. Kahuku’s Jray Galeai threw a 16-yard TD pass to Junior Mataafa in the second quarter but Kahuku never scored again. Saint Louis LB Joseph Lacadan put the game away in the fourth quarter when he returned a fumble 37 yards for a TD. Saint Louis forced three Kahuku turnovers.

Dec. 1, 2006
Kahuku 7, Saint Louis 6

Kahuku quarterback Richard Torres hugged his dad, Kahuku coach Reggie Torres, after winning the 2006 state title in dramatic fashion. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Bulletin.
Kahuku quarterback Richard Torres hugged his dad, Kahuku coach Reggie Torres, after winning the 2006 state title in dramatic fashion. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Bulletin.

The 2006 state final featured an 11-0 Saint Louis team against a Kahuku squad that had lost twice that season. The Crusaders lost QB Micah Mamiya in the state semifinals against Waianae and had to go with backup Tamatoa Demello. The game was scoreless in the fourth quarter when Keani Nishigaya found the end zone on a 9-yard run with 6:52 remaining in the game for the Crusaders, but Saint Louis missed the extra point. A 62-yard run by Lehi Aumua changed field position for the Red Raiders, who got the ball back with 2:26 remaining on the 49. First-year Kahuku head coach Reggie Torres watched his son, Richard, throw a 14-yard TD pass to Jordan Kapu with 23 seconds remaining. Kaika Sasaoka made the extra point. Torres completed only two passes all game but finished with 108 rushing yards.

August 28, 2004
Kahuku 37, Saint Louis 17

Kahuku's Spencer Hafoka caught two passes and rushed one time for a total of 164 yards against Saint Louis. Photo by Richard Walker/Star-Bulletin.
Kahuku’s Spencer Hafoka caught two passes and rushed one time for a total of 164 yards against Saint Louis. Photo by Richard Walker/Star-Bulletin.

Kahuku had won its third state title in four years, beating Saint Louis all three times in the final, and taken over as the top high school football program in the state the previous year. The dominance continued in the second game of the 2004 season for both team as Kahuku’s Spencer Hafoka tore up the Crusaders defense. Hafoka scored on a 59-yard touchdown run and caught TD passes of 41 and 64 yards from Bronson Ponciano-Ahue, who threw for 196 yards on only 6-for-7 passing. Saint Louis had a chance to make it close, but Tomasi Fuller‘s 85-yard interception return for a TD broke the Crusaders. It was the only pick thrown by Saint Louis QB Stanley Nihipali, who was 17-for-37 for 208 yards and a TD.

Dec. 5, 2003
Kahuku 27, Saint Louis 26

Kahuku's Darren Magalogo, shown scoring a TD against Farrington in the semifinals, scored the game-winning TD in the final vs. Saint Louis. Photo by George F. Lee/Star-Bulletin.
Kahuku’s Darren Magalogo, shown scoring a TD against Farrington in the semifinals, scored the game-winning TD in the final vs. Saint Louis. Photo by George F. Lee/Star-Bulletin.

The 2006 final is tough to beat in terms of excitement, but this one probably did it. Kahuku trailed 23-7 in the third quarter and won the game on Darren Magalogo‘s 3-yard TD run with 19 seconds remaining. Saint Louis forced Kahuku to turn the ball over on downs on the Crusaders’ 32-yard line with 2:17 left, but went three-and-out. Toriano Taulogo returned the punt 62 yards before Stephen Lei made the touchdown-saving tackle at the 3. Four seconds later, Magalogo scored on the run to win it. The game wasn’t over, however, as BJ Batts returned the ensuing kickoff to the Kahuku 38, giving Saint Louis kicker CJ Santiago a 55-yard try. He missed it short, but Kahuku was called for roughing the kicker, giving the Crusaders another attempt. This time, Santiago’s 40-yard field goal went wide right. Santiago had made four field goals earlier in the game. Saint Louis receiver Desmond Hanohano had six catches for 116 yards but the Crusaders were held without a passing TD.

Nov. 30, 2001
Kahuku 21, Saint Louis 14

Kahuku QB Inoke Funaki led the Red Raiders past Saint Louis in the 2001 state title game. Photo by George F. Lee/Star-Bulletin.
Kahuku QB Inoke Funaki led the Red Raiders past Saint Louis in the 2001 state title game. Photo by George F. Lee/Star-Bulletin.

The Crusaders came in undefeated but were held to just 214 total yards. QB Bobby George was hit 11 times and finished 15-for-37 for 145 yards and one touchdown. Backup Chris Sokugawa threw the other Crusaders’ TD pass, a 34-yarder to Jason Rivers, after George left the game temporarily following a big hit. Jonathan Mapu was Kahuku’s stud on defense with six hurries and a sack while Mulivai Pula carried the offensive load for the Red Raiders, rushing for 212 yards and two touchdowns. Pula scored on runs of 3 and 82 yards and QB Inoke Funaki found the end zone on a 76-yard TD run. Rivers had six catches for 98 yards and both Saint Louis TDs.

Dec. 1, 2000
Kahuku 26, Saint Louis 20

Kahuku's Mulivai Pula rushed for 112 yards and two touchdowns against Saint Louis to help the Red Raiders win their first state championship. (AP Photo/Ronen Zilberman)
Kahuku’s Mulivai Pula rushed for 112 yards and two touchdowns against Saint Louis to help the Red Raiders win their first state championship. (AP Photo/Ronen Zilberman)

Cal Lee‘s 2000 team has the fourth-highest scoring average to this day at 48.5 points per game. In fact, the only team to average more points a game since is the 2015 Mililani Trojans, who averaged 51.1 points. Saint Louis was held to seven points in the first three quarters before tying the game 14-14 early in the fourth on a 22-yard TD run by Pesefea Fiaseu, who went over 3,500 career rushing yards in this game. Kahuku answered with back-to-back touchdowns on a 1-yard run by Robert-Marcus Salanoa and a 25-yard scoring scamper by Mulivai Pula, who finished with 112 yards and two touchdowns. Kahuku had 270 of its 315 total yards on the ground with fullback Chris Kemoeatu leading the way. Kemoeatu also recovered two fumbles in the game and Kahuku sacked Saint Louis QB Kelika Higa four times. Higa was 13-for-19 for 165 yards and Ross Dickerson caught eight balls for 130 yards, but Saint Louis was held without a passing TD.

Dec. 3, 1999
Saint Louis 19, Kahuku 0

Kahuku defensive back, Leonard Peters, robbed St. Louis receiver Gerald Welch of a touchdown. Photo by Barry Markowitz.
Kahuku defensive back, Leonard Peters, robbed St. Louis receiver Gerald Welch of a touchdown. Photo by Barry Markowitz.

After winning the final 13 Prep Bowls, Saint Louis thought it was beginning a new streak of consecutive state championships. The Crusaders were held to only 19 points to finish the season averaging 51.5 points per game. Only the 1998 Crusaders (52.7 per game) scored more. However, Kahuku couldn’t capitalize on offense. The Red Raiders rushed for only 45 yards and had 126 yards of total offense. QBs Vai and Inoke Funaki were a combined 5-for-22 throwing the ball. Timmy Chang was held to a career-low 88 passing yards in his final game but managed to finish with a record 8,001 yards and 113 TD passes in his career, which still remains the most all-time today. Chang threw three TD passes in the game with two going to Gerald Welch, who finished his career as the state’s all-time career receiving leader with 3,490 yards. That mark lasted 15 years until it was broken in 2014 by Punahou’s Kanawai Noa (3,510 yards). welch still holds the single-season receiving marks of 1,689 yards and 23 touchdowns.

COMMENTS

  1. Billy Hull November 17, 2015 7:26 pm

    So which game was the best?


  2. EwaEwa November 17, 2015 8:01 pm

    The 2015 game will be the best! Mark my words! Good luck and no injuries please.


  3. hi808 November 17, 2015 8:11 pm

    The New format eliminated St. Louis’s 5th year seniors from participating in the tournament and then all of a sudden that edge that only the Crusaders had disappeared, funny how Cal Lee left to UH soon after the dominance shifted to Kahuku.

    Now that Cal Lee is back it seems that he is taking it to a whole nother level. Recruiting from Neighbor Islands. Hey at least Maui, Kauai and Big Island are represented in Crusader Jerseys this week.

    Kahuku Homegrown vs. The State of Hawaii All-Stars


  4. McGruff November 17, 2015 8:24 pm

    The Battle of the heavy weights is about to go down

    Kahuku’s #1 D
    vs.
    St. Louis #1 O
    —————–
    Tua the best QB in the state
    vs
    Santiago the best DB in the state
    —————–
    Kahuku’s Platoon of RB’s
    vs
    St. Louis’s Army of LB’s
    —————–
    St. Louis’s Cal Lee
    vs
    Former Crusader Tata
    —————–
    Kahuku’s 12th man
    vs
    St. Louis’s Faithful


  5. LBI November 17, 2015 8:24 pm

    The 1st…it broke the cycle after many close battles during the prep bowl era.


  6. Insideoutsidein November 17, 2015 8:27 pm

    Dec 5 2003. I forgot how much time left but Kahuku came back at the end of the 4th qtr with the win.


  7. Insideoutsidein November 17, 2015 8:30 pm

    @McGruff. Nice..


  8. FBfan November 17, 2015 8:33 pm

    Funny how the 5th year senior thing always comes up. If you look at the championship games kahuku beat stl, it couldve gone either way. hi808 you make like kahuku dominated stl. Maybe cal left cause he wasn’t getting kids from da hood like in the 90s.


  9. GoBigRed November 17, 2015 8:44 pm

    Trivia question: How do you stop a June Jones (aka St Louis) offense?

    Answer: With a Georgia (aka Kahuku) defense!

    CHEEEEEEEEEEHUUUUUUUU!!

    GO.BIG.RED!!!


  10. EwaEwa November 17, 2015 8:52 pm

    LOL Hi808,

    grown
    vs
    flown


  11. FBfan November 17, 2015 8:59 pm

    I think they are only two guys who start from the outer islands. Didn’t kahuku have guys from Maui in the past? lol


  12. Paper Crane November 17, 2015 9:04 pm

    @hi808, mahalo for elevating Kahuku Homegrown greatness like it takes The State of Hawaii All Stars to play the Red Raiders; now that’s fair yet let’s not forget them All Star Referees too
    like now them are always inclusive especially this game.


  13. FBfan November 17, 2015 9:15 pm

    Hahahaha too funny!!!


  14. Rok888 November 17, 2015 9:29 pm

    5th year seniors??? Can you name one to back up your statement? All-stars?? Kahuku fans are making excuses already before the game has even started


  15. piriemango November 17, 2015 9:51 pm

    OIA 9, ILH 7 state titles. How many more titles would the ILH have if the best teams are invited to participate in the state tournament. No neighbor island team has made it to the championship game. Every ILH participant has made it to the championship game.


  16. Bolo November 17, 2015 9:54 pm

    Class of 96 of KAHUKU got robbed 27-26 to Saint Louis. They forgot to add that.


  17. Gedada hea maynn November 17, 2015 10:03 pm

    ALL I hear is WHINING from you “Kahuku fans”. You act like Coach Cal went to these young men’s homes and put a gun to their head. He offers them, and it’s up to their parents to decide whether or not to transfer. The outer island teams BARELY even make it to the state finals. Maybe these kids transferring wanna be exposed to the college world. They can’t be if they keep losing to the power houses of Oahu. You can’t blame these kids for wanting to win and getting a good education. And ALL STARS??? You didn’t even know HALF of these guys that transferred before they went to Saint Louis! Coach Cal coached them up, and made them into superstars. Plain and simple. So ALL YOU MAHUS can stop whining and watch the game on Friday. IA Fa!….. Q!


  18. 008 November 17, 2015 10:16 pm

    CheeHuuu! ^^^^ I like it! Someone has his panties in a twist; Lmao, and there’s is a little of kahuku cry babies, I know because I see and hear them all the time and I’m an OG RRFL; GO BIG RED


  19. EwaEwa November 17, 2015 10:40 pm

    Gedada,
    Its easy to coach kids that are all-star in pop warner leagues that are already gifted with physical talent and best among their peers.

    I have personally seen St. Louis and Punahou at our Big Boy games talking to parents of the Elite kids. Why not show interest in the kids on the bench? those are the ones that need coaching and training the most. You know why? because those kids on the bench wont help the ILH win Football titles and those ILH coaches are not interested in turning nothing into something, they need something to turn into something.

    Props to the public school coaches that need to deal with all the problem kids who are nothing and turn them into something better through sports and mentoring. Thats the real people that need to be respected and given credit too.

    Thanks to the internet all that Tactics of how the ILH uses advantages over public schools to win in all their sports is exposed.


  20. Paper Crane November 17, 2015 11:05 pm

    @GoBigRed, good one, like that’s all June Jones will amount to like him a SMU Head Coach not completing out the entire football season has definitely cause a football sin;..so he’s just buying FA time at St Louis but he’s getting lots of attention at the next lower varsityy level and he could be promoting the future with promises;;..let’s hope his intention doesn’t backfire into a
    shocking disappointment


  21. Gedada hea maynn November 17, 2015 11:08 pm

    EwaEwa,
    Idk if you read my post CLEARLY. Those kids that transferred from the outer islands were basically nobodies. NOBODY knew who they were and what they were capable of. Not discarding their talents but they wouldn’t have had a chance to showcase it if it weren’t for Cal offering them. He gave them a chance to show what they could do and they did. Please tell me when you have ever heard of any of the kid’s name that transferred from the outer islands an all star. They saw the opportunity to become apart of something bigger and they accepted the challenge of moving to a neighbor island to improve their academics and athletic abilities.


  22. Rok888 November 17, 2015 11:38 pm

    Its unbelievable how much crying Kahuku fans do. They are so arrogant. Why don’t you ask the kids and their parents why they are attending Punahou, St. Louis, etc

    99% will say for a better education and opportunities. And most of them have been attending these schools since elementary or middle school when they were 80 lbs. So, why are Kahuku fans continuously complaining that Punahou, St. Louis are stealing their kids?


  23. AOK November 17, 2015 11:46 pm

    @Ewaewa since you are so sure that coaches from STL and PUN are the ones approaching parents at Big Boy Games, please document it and show the evidence to HHSAA. That is a big no no in their eyes. Otherwise, you’re only making bush statements. If it bothers you so deeply do something about it. Otherwise, you are only making hollow statements of which you have no proof of. Or is it the other way around. And the boys and parents approach these coaches? I’m gonna guess it is the second scenario.


  24. EwaEwa November 17, 2015 11:57 pm

    Gedada,

    The Neighbor Island kids dont need St. Louis as much as St. Louis needs them. Just a few years ago St. Louis had money problems and was wondering if they can even keep their doors open, funny how this all happens when they are not winning Football titles. Cals got pressure to win Football games because winning increases enrollment and pays the bills.

    In this day and age of the internet – camps and clinics are what get the kids noticed. Did Max Unger, Kaluka Maiava, Jordan Dizon, Shane Victorino have to attend the ILH to get noticed? Nope!

    Why didnt former St. Louis coaches Delbert Tengan, John Hao offer Neighbor island kids? Are all the Oahu kids realizing that they can go to Mililani or Stay at their own school and still earn a scholarship. yup!

    Overall I agree that the ILH with an exclusive enrollment for better opportunity are great for all that can take advantage of that environment, not knocking anyone that wants better opportunity. But as far as football is concerned the middle class and ghetto public schools are being robbed by the elitists.


  25. EwaEwa November 18, 2015 12:00 am

    AOK, in a nutshell, ILH Parents and Assistant coaches lay the ground work and support for the transfer process.


  26. fan 1 November 18, 2015 6:11 am

    EwaEwa…thats all you do is complain, get a life, why pick on the kids that decide to better their chances of excelling in the classroom & on the ball field. Itʻs their choice to attend the Punahouʻs & St. Louisʻs, donʻt forget alot of kids test for Kamehameha 1st, then after not getting in @ Kamehameha, they chose Punahou or St.Louis. so just relax, you so caught up in this rivalry…. You should be proud of all local talents, & watch them excell in the future…


  27. Kahuku 82 November 18, 2015 7:01 am

    @Everybody above

    Instead of looking at it as the ILH stealing the kids! Look at it as giving these kids a better opportunity in life and a better EDUCATION then any public schools can offer. Flip it around and it would be stealing these kids of a better Education!! What would be more tragic??? I gotta ask, if your kid was offered an opportunity, would you as a parent turn it down???

    Enough with the stealing! Nobody stealing anything!

    Anyways Friday can’t come soon enough, Good Luck to all the teams!!!!

    Go Big Red!!!!


  28. AOK November 18, 2015 8:52 am

    @Kahuku 82 Well said my man. Couldn’t have said better myself!


  29. Y U Mad November 18, 2015 9:05 am

    When scouting at the Big Boys League, does anyone really think they are there to offer the kids a better education? They use a better education to sell the kid to go there FOR athletics. Lets not get it twisted.


  30. Gobigred's friend November 18, 2015 10:06 am

    Don’t be mad u and yo can never got the opportunity to go to pun or stl. Just be happy u got a ST LOUIS ALUMNI to run that village.


  31. Pony Boy November 18, 2015 10:08 am

    @ewaewa But as far as football is concerned the middle class and ghetto public schools are being “robbed” by the elitists.

    No one is getting robbed. These families that “make the choice” to have their children attend ILH schools are doing so for certain reasons. When are you going to start addressing those reasons instead of making it sound like they are being kidnapped every morning and being forced to make the hour long drive across the island? How about we call it what it really is and stop making it out to be something it’s not..


  32. FBfan November 18, 2015 10:18 am

    Y U Mad there’s no problem with that. They offer the parents and it’s up to the parents to make that decision. Not like these coaches go to the parents and offer them a job, house, or a car….lol or like college recruits do n hassle the parents every week.


  33. Gobigred's friend November 18, 2015 10:25 am

    Hahahaha talking ro an OG from Laie and showed him all these post. He asked if you guys could show your real names so he.can go.to your house to fuki slam yo head. Lol good luck red raiders. Going with St Louis! Ofa


  34. 88 November 18, 2015 10:40 am

    Hahahaha talking to an OG from St. Louis and showed him your post. He asked if YOU could show your real name so he can come to your house and give you a few pumps. Ofa atu


  35. Y U Mad November 18, 2015 11:19 am

    @FBFan

    Tuition to go to these private schools equate to the amount of a car lol. I get what your saying, and I’m not against anyone who decides to go to a private school. Who wouldn’t look at an opportunity given to you by using your talents.

    I only mentioned it because people are bringing up how ILH values academics. But when you are recruiting a player, those values for academics drop significantly and become secondary to his ability to play a sport, which is wrong, not just with ILH but sports in general at all levels.


  36. SimpleSimon November 18, 2015 11:57 am

    Will someone please respond to Rok888 LMAO I think he feels left out of the convo. LMAO


  37. Rough Rider November 18, 2015 12:00 pm

    It’s nice to see everyone opinions, but remember this is all about our kids. It doesn’t matter what school you went to, I hope you made the best of the education you received. My birth place is Laie, but my Dad move us to town becauase of his job, I wish i could have attend Kahuku but I attended Roosevelt. Im a Roughrider but my heart was always at Laie. Today I spend most of my time in Laie and take my kids to all Kahuku games, now they want to be a Red Raider. Let us all put our difference on the side. And be there for our Kids no matter what side of the field, let us hope that all these kids enjoy the time of their lives, no matter who wins there are all winners from the day of first day of practice. Aloha


  38. realistic November 18, 2015 1:52 pm

    FBfan November 17, 2015 at 8:33 pm
    Funny how the 5th year senior thing always comes up. If you look at the championship games kahuku beat stl, it couldve gone either way. hi808 you make like kahuku dominated stl. Maybe cal left cause he wasn’t getting kids from da hood like in the 90s.

    I think we should also examine how many Kahuku kids were playing since they had to repeat a grade throughout their academic career. I wouldn’t be surprised if some of those kids were 25, 28, 33. That is much of a bigger advantage than a 5th year senior.


  39. realistic November 18, 2015 1:57 pm

    GoBigRed November 17, 2015 at 8:44 pm
    Trivia question: How do you stop a June Jones (aka St Louis) offense?

    Answer: With a Georgia (aka Kahuku) defense!

    CHEEEEEEEEEEHUUUUUUUU!!

    GO.BIG.RED!!!

    Jay (88) please stop. 88 please stop using different login names. That is my job! See, you still copycatting me.

    Also, Georgia was filled with African Americans. As we all know physiologically, they are very different. Georgia and Kahuku have as much in common as a couch and a rock.


  40. realistic November 18, 2015 2:00 pm

    Interesting that Kahuku fans fail to remember multiple kids coming to live with their families from Utah. Be objective at least.

    But I understand why you need to grip football so tightly. What else you got? Definitely not academics. Your scores are barely better than a monkey. Insult and yell and name call all you want. The science provided online doesn’t lie. It’s bad. You guys might be the bottom 1% in the world. But hey, let’s get another title but can barely read or count. GREAT JOB GUYS!


  41. Kahuku 82 November 18, 2015 2:31 pm

    @Numbnuttz above

    Monkeys are much more intelligent then a jackazz like you! Why you think they were the first to go up in space before man???? To show the common Idiot how it’s done!!!


  42. Aalona November 18, 2015 3:15 pm

    Faka just let da kids play!! Hahahahaha
    2011 REDRAIDER4LIFE


  43. oia#1 November 18, 2015 6:08 pm

    Waianae (stlouis) vs kahuku!!


  44. Homegrown November 18, 2015 6:45 pm

    Man what a bunch of a stud athletes from both programs. Amazing!! And the teams this year loaded with some great ones ready to make their mark. Gonna be a great atmosphere. Go Big Red!!


  45. Katoosh08 November 18, 2015 7:30 pm

    Waianae front 6 stopped kahuku run. You scared?


  46. realistic November 18, 2015 8:28 pm

    Kahuku 82 November 18, 2015 at 2:31 pm
    @Numbnuttz above

    Monkeys are much more intelligent then a jackazz like you! Why you think they were the first to go up in space before man???? To show the common Idiot how it’s done!!!

    You are so dumb. Animals are often sent into space or used in medical research before human. Why you might ask? If it’s untested who do you think man kind would rather lose? A monkey or a human?

    Yup, you are just illustrated my point. Funny thing is you think you are being smart when in actuality you are just being ignorant. The sad part is you don’t even know how ignorant you really are. Try using google next time. 88 does and it really helps him. He is now at the 3rd grade reading level. Mr. Chang wants to help him but 88 is mad at us for leaving him at Hula’s.


  47. Manley November 18, 2015 10:35 pm

    Wow, someone is using all the names tonight. Nice article SA. Bring back the rivalry. It will be a great game.


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