Kahuku/Gorman game featured in documentary

Former Kahuku coach Vavae Tata and Bishop Gorman coach Kenny Sanchez shook hands after the Gaels defeated the Red Raiders 35-7 in Las Vegas. Photo by David Becker/Special to the Star-Advertiser.
Former Kahuku coach Vavae Tata and Bishop Gorman coach Kenny Sanchez shook hands after the Gaels defeated the Red Raiders 35-7 in Las Vegas. Photo by David Becker/Special to the Star-Advertiser.

Last September’s game between Kahuku and Bishop Gorman in Las Vegas was featured in last Wednesday’s installment of QB1: Beyond the Lights, an online documentary on the streaming service go90.

The show follows the senior seasons of Jake Fromm, a Georgia commit, Tayvon Bowers, a Wake Forest commit, and Bishop Gorman quarterback Tate Martell, who is currently enrolled at Ohio State.

The latest episode of the show contains the lead-up to the Kahuku game in Martell’s segment. Some of the behind-the-scenes sights include Gorman head coach Kenny Sanchez firing his team up with commentaries between the comparisons of the two schools before the game, and Martell’s decision to not shake hands with Kahuku’s captains during the coin toss.


Additionally, the game itself is also documented, which was a 35-7 victory for the Gaels.

The episode can be viewed here for free.

COMMENTS

  1. anywaaaays!! April 3, 2017 5:38 pm

    Cant view it, but its no wonder that Martell didnt want to shake hands with Kahukus players just like his classless coach in the pic didnt want to gangsta hug Tata.


  2. hossana April 4, 2017 5:05 pm

    stop being a crybaby just because ur team got blown out…BLOWN OUT!!! JUST EMBARRASSING……!!! Martell is a winner and so is the coaching staff at Bishop Gorman which is why they finished ranked no 1 in h.s. football in the country…….


  3. BG Grad April 5, 2017 4:33 pm

    Kahuku was running their entire mouth before the game, but mainly the fans. Just look at the message boards here. BG players and coaches talk about it before the game.


  4. Winnah April 8, 2017 11:09 am

    BG coach just got arrested for domestic battery and now suspended from the team. I hope Hawaii kids think twice about going there. #1 in recruits


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