LIVE BLOG: Kahuku 30, Waianae 0, F

Waianae is ready for its biggest test yet. Jamm Aquino / Star-Advertiser
Waianae is ready for its biggest test yet. Jamm Aquino / Star-Advertiser

It’s No. 4 Kahuku (7-0, 6-0) against No. 6 Waianae (6-1, 6-0) in a showdown for first place in the OIA Red. Both teams have already sealed first-round byes in the OIA Division I playoffs.

FIRST QUARTER
Huuuge break for Waianae, recovering what was an pouchy (PK Tate Ebel with the recovery), but quick moving on-side kick. Brilliant. But then after getting the ball in its territory, they run, run, run and punt. I was hoping they’d go for a quick shot deep on the sudden change. Probably watched too many Oakland Raiders and June Jones-coached UH games.

Kahuku near midfield with fourth and 2. Looks like they’ll go for it. No, time out. Punt team.


Aside from a couple of Wildcat formation runs — no WRs, double (or triple?) tight ends, Kahuku punts. This is looking like it’s straight outta 1973. After seeing a bunch of 60-36 and 51-36 games all season, this just might be a pitchers’ duel.

Now, it’s a HUGE break for Kahuku as the punt snap for Waianae goes high and the punter is stopped trying to run for it.

Now another major break. Kahuku lines up in that jumbo set with a fullback and tailback and Kesi Ah-Hoy following some elephants up front for a big gain. Then he runs again and is just inches from the end zone after a nice spin move when he fumbles. Waianae LB Francis Mailo recovers. Dodged that bullet.

Another Waianae punt, and Kahuku drives on a short field to paydirt. Ah-Hoy breaks his up-the-gut run to the left pylon and scores easily from 12 yards out. It’s simplicity at its finest. Two backs with Ah-Hoy, and a big TE (H-Back?) comes into motion right behind the right guard. That’s a lot of tonnage moving forward and Ah-Hoy is expertly finding his creases, then cutting back amidst the traffic. Waianae’s defense doesn’t really have a way to slow this right now. Rhino Alert. Red Rhinos. KAH 7, WAIN 0, :19.

SECOND QUARTER
Waianae is pinned inside its 10 when Kahuku is called for a personal foul at the end of the first quarter. Breathing room. Should note that there’s a pretty good Kahuku crowd here, and a lot of folks from Waianae.

Waianae picks up a little momentum with a run for first down at the 30, but there’s no fooling Hirkley Latu, who racks up his second sack. Ulu’s play-action rollout had no chance. Red Raiders bottle up a third-down screen pass, but get whistled for another personal foul. No automatic first down, so it’s fourth and 6. Punt team on.

No sign of RB Sefa Ameperosa on the field for Kahuku. He was cleared to play, from what I understand, but maybe he’s in emergency-RB mode.

Big Red utilizing other guys in the wildcat QB role: RB Ted Kenese (6-0, 195) and RB Harmon Brown (5-11, 185). Maybe in response to Ah-Hoy’s earlier fumble or he’s just taking a breather. You know who would probably love doing this? Yeah, Vavae Malepeai.

OK I take that back. Ah-Hoy re-enters and promptly scoots around left end for a 22-yard TD. Untouched. Gotta give Coach Vavae Tata a lot of credit for not only reverting Kahuku back to its smashmouth success and tradition, but for going ONE STEP BEYOND with this zero-WR, Jumbo Red Rhino (my description) offense. It works and works and works and Waianae hasn’t been pushed around like this in ages. KAH 14, WAIN 0, 5:14.

Waianae self-destructing with procedure penalties, and then the shotgun snap goes through Ulu’s hands and into the end zone. Ulu tries to control the ball, but he’s hit and the ball ricochets out of the back of the end zone. SAFETY. KAH 16, WAIN 0, 4:56.

On the free kick from its 20, WAIN tries a squib kick that an up man returns to the WAIN 33-yard line.

Here’s what I wrote in Thursday’s preview:

Though the series has been dominated by Kahuku, which has won the last 13 meetings, most of those games have been decided by a touchdown or less. Waianae’s last win over Kahuku was on Sept. 22, 2000.

Ah-Hoy keeps left for about 5 yards, then actually stops and “passes” the pitch to his trailing running back (think it was Brown), who picks up about 6 more yards. I love option football, but that was unique. Big Red enters the red zone, but Ah-Hoy tries a gap up the middle and is met big time by ol’ No. 42, Mailo. That gets the Searider crowd excited.

Waianae has a chance to stop Kahuku on third and 6, but Ah-Hoy goes up the middle for 8 yards and a first down to the 7. Ah-Hoy follows linemen and is brought down at the 1. Ah-Hoy scores up the gut from the 1. This is basically testosterone vs. testosterone, rhinos and elephants stampeding through the grasslands, and nobody, not even Waianae, can stop them. KAH 23, WAIN 0, 1:22

Seariders catching no breaks from Kahuku PK Kekoa Sasaoka, who blasts another kickoff beyond the goal line for a touchback. They seem content to run out the clock going into halftime. They go into victory formation, then unload a bomb down the left sideline. Pass is incomplete, but Kahuku flagged for pass interference. Waianae gets one more play with :00 on the clock, but Kahuku brings three pass rushers off the right edge and Ulu doesn’t have a chance. DT Ezra Tupuola (6-2, 290) brings Ulu down, gets hugged by a teammate and continues on running into the locker room.

HALFTIME
Kahuku has not attempted a single pass, which I kind of wonder — is Tata’s idea of a perfect half for this particular Kahuku team? Would not be surprised. Kind of the invert of a June Jones “perfect game”, throwing on every offensive play.

THIRD QUARTER
Another Sasaoka touchback to start the second half. Continuing on that thought. Kapolei was the only team to limit Kahuku to less than 30 points, and the Hurricanes tend to throw a LOT. Short and intermediate stuff in ball-control fashion.


Would this be an opportunity for Waianae to test out its passing game out of the gun? Throw more on first down? Maybe, but Coach Walter Young is sticking to his guns. Run, run, sack. Boy, that was four Red Raiders on Ulu simultaneously. Ouch. Punt.

A pretty good coach told me recently that you do what you do well. Not a great idea to change things just for the playoffs. And this is a coach who operates one of the most wide-open offenses in the state.

Here we go: second and 8 near midfield and Ah-Hoy throws his first pass, a completion for about 12 yards into Waianae territory. Right off their Jumbo Wildcat set. He took two steps left like he was going to run, then zipped a pass to a tight end. Or a WR lined up like a TE. Sneaky sneaky, Kahuku.

The stampede continues. Ah-Hoy runs right, goes 5 yards before he’s touched, picks up 15 yards. Then Waianae ends up with the ball. Then it’s ruled that Ah-Hoy was down first. Boo birdies.

Kahuku isn’t just smashing and wreaking havoc. They’re in long huddles, the anti-Mililani (the Trojans’ hurry-up pace on Friday night was crazy fast), chewing up chunks of clock. Giving their defense more time to freshen up, charge the batteries and play more stellar football. The Tata blueprint is going quite well.

The drive ends with a 7-yard toss from Ah-Hoy to Noah Magalei (6-2, 290). The O-linemen go nuts and celebrate a bit more than usual with the guy holding the pigskin in the end zone. He’s practically brethren to the O-line, being a TE/DE. KAH 30, WAIN 0, 5:46.

And there goes another Sasaoka rocket into the end zone. This guy is all about boomers in this stadium. There’s a video somewhere on YouTube of him in eighth grade (four years ago) cranking up 60-yard field goals off a tee. Or maybe it was 50-yarders. I forget. By next year, I’ll remember them as 70-yarders. Go look when you want to be wowed.

Waianae run, run, pass. Third and 5 and Ulu again has no time. LeRod Tongi, the bruiser at FB and LB, brings the heat. It’s almost unfair.
Punt. Waianae coverage teams doing a nice job keeping dangerous Keala Santiago under wraps. But it’s Kahuku ball. Again. At its 43. Short field. Again.

Remember the 1970s, maybe even the ’80s, when a Waianae or Kahuku box score would consistently have QB passing statistics that went something like “3-5-0-71” or “5-6-0-101”. That was very much a Waianae wishbone QB line. Receivers would get maybe two targets all game, but average something crazy like 29 yards per catch.

Well, Tata is proving that you don’t really need a “quarterback-quarterback” or wide receivers to win and win big. It works and I don’t blame anybody who sticks with something that works this well. Extremely well.

Ooh, that was tricky. Big back came in motion from the left, then received a direct snap. Flag for motion or something, though. Hey, Kanese tries a pass on third-and-14. Pass is there, maybe a bit low, and the receiver can’t make the catch. You know it’s smashmouth football when a guy wearing uniform No. 33 throwing a football feels exotic and risky.

FOURTH QUARTER
Fumble by Brown on a positive gain, recovered by Waianae DB Dayten Weber at the Kahuku 21. Less than 9 minutes to go.

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Straight outta 1973. Smashmouth is the rule tonight.
Straight outta 1973. Smashmouth is the rule tonight.

PRE-GAME
Kickoff will be somewhere around 8:30, 25 minutes after the conclusion of the Farrington-Campbell game. It’s windy here at Aloha Stadium tonight.

I spent the first game up in the red/yellow level of the makai end zone in 20-30 mph winds by choice. That angle for video is always awesome. Seemed just a tiny bit more interesting back when June Jones was coaching and that end zone video at Na Koa luncheons were loaded with Timmy Chang run-and-shoot footage. Miss those days.

Now I’m in the press box, where we are shielded from the wind, the wi-fi works better and there’s free steak and lobster. Just kidding. No steak and lobster. But pizza slices at the snack bar are going for $4.50 I think.


A part of me will always dream of the day when Costco opens theaters and football stadiums with $1.50 Polish dogs with soda, and $2 slices. Of course, it would make no sense for them to do this. I just wish I had a Costco hot dog and pizza and that turkey wrap thing right now. Pupule needs dinner.

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Pre-game during Kahuku-Waianae.
Pre-game during Kahuku-Waianae.

COMMENTS

  1. 88 October 3, 2015 10:41 pm

    Paul, be the first to jump on the RedRaider wagon. There’s always room for non believers….


  2. Paul Honda October 3, 2015 11:12 pm

    If there’s a “wagon” I’ve seen it for some time. Especially after they scorched us in basketball back in 1983.


  3. Kahuku82 October 4, 2015 5:00 am

    If I’m not mistaken the offensive plays that Big Red ran were from carvings on a wall in a cave somewhere in da koolaus!!!


  4. GoBigRed October 4, 2015 5:17 am

    student body left… student body right… and sprinkle in couple wrinkles… everybody knew what we were doing… and still couldn’t stop it… now it’s time for the real season!


  5. hi808 October 4, 2015 7:08 am

    See how well your 1 offensive play works now that the real season begins. You guys fire Reggie and hire a Stanford coach to run Reggies 1 play? LOL, prolly found that play on a sticky note on the computer.


  6. 88 October 4, 2015 7:56 am

    @kahuku82; it’s called CHAMPIONSHIP WALL….

    @hi808; isn’t it sad when Kahuku tells the other team what they’re going to run and what gap they’re running to and still they can’t stop them. 5 mean boi


  7. TGOD October 4, 2015 8:34 am

    Impressive show of power and force from Kahuku, no tricks and nothing fancy. Just line um up and see who can impose their will on the other team. This game wasn’t close as Kahuku’s line on both sides dominated. Scary if Kahuku cuts down on their penalties and turnovers.


  8. GoBigRed October 4, 2015 9:33 am

    @hi808. No worry. We’ll do da same to your team (if they’re in da playoffs???) why? Cuz we can AFFORD to with #1 SHUTDOWN DEFENSE in da state! Waianae averaged almost 500 yards and 50 points before last night. You can’t win when you can’t score. Duh.


  9. Lee Boy October 4, 2015 9:35 am

    Looks like big red trying to run a full set on the backfield just like Liberty ran on the Millz. It works good on an overmatch opponent. They way to stop your offense is to put 8 in the box like you did to Waianae. Congrats on the win Raiders Nation B


  10. GoBigRed October 4, 2015 9:46 am

    ^^^ Waianae had nine in the box most of the night. Didn’t work.


  11. Lee Boy October 4, 2015 11:25 am

    @Big Red,
    Like I said brah Kahuku offense works on an overmatch opponent like Waianae. To be a championship team you need to have a passing threat to keep your opponent honest. Just remember this Waianae almost lost to Castle.


  12. SmashMouf October 4, 2015 11:25 am

    Everyone wanted to see King Kong vs. Godzilla that’s exactly what they got. Smash mouth football at its finest! Kahuku, “The Beast of the East” is unstoppable this year! Can’t wait to watch them stomp over everyone else in the playoffs. I just heard they’re gonna open a Krispy Kreamz in Kahuku because off all the donuts they’re dishing out. Paul, what happened to the last 9 minutes of the 4th quarter? Inquiring minds want to know.


  13. 88 October 4, 2015 12:01 pm

    @leeboy; That’s the beauty of the whole thing. When teams play St. Louis or Punahou or Mililani they have to worry about the QB or the RB or the WR. But with Kahuku you know what they are going to do and you know EXACTLY where they are going to run it BUT BUT BUT still they CANT stop Kahuku. Now throw in a defense that has DIV. 1 prospects at almost every position and what is the outcome? 8-0 team that averages 40+ and gives up only 3. THREE! THREE? YES, THREE! Can’t be just 3…. Okay there giving up 4 minus 1. All you can say is f@ckah damn……..


  14. EwaEwa October 4, 2015 12:46 pm

    Just you wait and see what an accurate passer and route running WR’s will do to your defense

    Hint: its not Waianae or any other school you guys played yet. Keep talking like you won the superbowl after you beat these mediocre schools.

    Hint: Millilani/ Punahou/ or St. Louis will shred you guys to pieces, until you beat one of these three come back and talk about it like how I know you like to talk too much.


  15. GoBigRed October 4, 2015 1:39 pm

    @leeboy (uh St Louis fan). Do you think St Louis D or Punahou D can stop Kahuku’s Run offense? I’ll answer for you. NO. And we all know that Mililani’s D can’t stop our Run (they can’t stop lesser teams running game). So if NO ONE can stop our Run then why do we need to pass? And if St Louis and Punahou offense get shut down by our D (which they will because we will make them ONE DIMENSIONAL = no can run on us)…then what? Huh?


  16. boomboomshakedaroom October 4, 2015 1:52 pm

    You all forgot to mention that Hawaii football is whack! 🙂


  17. Lee Boy October 4, 2015 2:02 pm

    @Go Big red
    You are dreaming brah. If you are a fan like me I will be at the OIA finals and state play off. Come see me in the stadium so you can put your kala were your mouth is. You really think that you are going to push any of the top team like you did waianae. Maybe Mililani but you will not out score them. Like one of the braddah mention earlier the real season starts now.


  18. GoBigRed October 4, 2015 5:39 pm

    @lee boy. You couldn’t even stop punahou’s run game. And they have THREE sophomores starting on their O line. and a 2nd string QB! HAHAHAHAAAAA!! Where is your great D?? ANSWER: Uh…non-existent. St Louis ain’t even gonna make it to states. Try again next year brah. I’m extremely confident that their 3 sophomores no can handle OUR D like they handled YOURS. LOL.


  19. GoBigRed October 4, 2015 5:45 pm

    @ewaeea. Trojans offense gonna be stuck on sidelines cuz their defense can’t stop da run…ever. Waianaes run D is WAAAYYYYY better den mililanis. And look what happened. And their O line is not good. Das why Milton got injured…always scrambling for his life. Mililani won’t be able to run either. Then we will see just how good their backup QB really is.


  20. Lee Boy October 4, 2015 6:42 pm

    @Go Big red
    Brah you don’t know what you are talking about. Did you see the same game I saw. ST Louis lost that game due to terrible calls from the refs. You running the same D that got shredded by the Millz when you scrimmage them. Guess what I saw the game too. You are right Mililani can’t stop your run but you will not out score them. Both Punahou and St Louis can handle you D brah. Iosefa and Slade-Matautia will have a field day with your QB. Tua will just shred you if you bits him. You have a good D but you haven’t been tested Waianae D isn’t better than the millz D. You can run the table on those weak team on your Division but it’s time for you to play the big boys now.


  21. Insideoutsidein October 4, 2015 7:15 pm

    All these pass recent years top teams were a passing offense with the exception of Kahuku. Yes these offenses dominated however struggled and won and if not lost at states. So regardless what formation a passing team uses there’s always a counter. And to see last nights game, Kahuku’s Defense, top notch. Though Leilehua, Kaiser..ect.. ect.. Had a hard time throwing, they were stopped. Yes, Mililani a threat with top players Milton, Timoteo and Malapeai again this year may seem to be unstoppable. All I saw watching Kahuku was, Hungry! Not disrespecting other teams but honestly, I know u all agree that Kahuku’s defense is a threat.


  22. EwaEwa October 4, 2015 9:46 pm

    Their defense is a threat we can all agree but for some fans to say they are a lock in the State tile game is quite cocky if you ask me. Stay humbo and ack like you been there before!


  23. A'ole October 4, 2015 10:05 pm

    @ewaewa were you born yesterday? Kahuku has been there before and done it all 7 times already. Its not cocky just a different mentality at red raider country of us expecting our boys to win these titles. If you take it as direspect then thas on you. But last time I check defense wins championships in thise title games. Knowing coach hao he knows what he’s doing and don’t be surprised if you see a whole new look when they play the so called “real teams” like they have a dynasty or anything. But don’t also be bored when we keep running the ball cuz they can’t stop it. Excited to see these games and gud luck.


  24. Good Story October 4, 2015 11:03 pm

    @EwaEwa
    “…stay humbo and ack like you been there…” That’s just it. We have been there…and more than anyone else! This State Championship been around for 16 years and we’ve been in the Championship game 9 times. Until your school can match our record save your lecturing for someone else. We obviously know what we’re doing. Even when coaches change, our kids prove what we’re made of. We have been State Champs 7 times…that’s more than all the State Champs that St. Louis, Punahou, and Mililani have put together-so I’m sure you’ll understand if we come across “cocky”.


  25. GoBigRed October 5, 2015 5:11 am

    @lee boy. BWAHAHAHAHAAAA! io just blame da refs. Nevah mind your D couldn’t stop da RB from posting Madden-like rushing behind 3 sophomores and made their 2nd string QB look like an all-star. What’s your excuse when you lose to dem AGAIN? St Louis had hard time with IOLANI. What? Blame refs for that game too? HAHAHAAAA!! Refs are bad for all games this year. But we still ROLLING!!!


  26. Kahuku 82 October 5, 2015 5:58 am

    @Go Big Red one thing this years team has that we didn’t have last cpl years is depth! Even without some key players the back ups came in and didn’t miss a beat! Every year we hear about all da high power passing offenses but we always see how that fairy tail ends most of the time… See how St. Louis did against a mediocre iolani team, look what happened to punahou last year in the semis against our D!! Lol nuff said….


  27. SmashMouf October 5, 2015 8:56 am

    @ewaewa, There’s a big difference between “cocky” and “confident”. Kahuku fans are more of the latter. Theres nothing wrong with being confident in a team that had the track record Kahuku does. #ThoseStatsDoe!


  28. hi808 October 5, 2015 9:03 am

    Some people need to get a life. #50yrOldFansStillin highschool


  29. Lee Boy October 5, 2015 9:15 am

    @Go Big red – you really don’t know what you are talking about. The backup QB for Punahou is actually better than their starter and better than any QB in your stable. Big Papa is the second best RB in the state and Punahou offense is balanced unlike yours. We will see how good your team is when you face any of the top three.


  30. Homegrown October 5, 2015 10:26 am

    Kahuku is a matchup nightmare for any of the teams ranked ahead of them.

    Who’s gonna stop their powerful run game?

    And their defense is more than capable of containing(no need to shut down) these high powered offenses.

    Your offense gets stopped a couple times and Big Red O will chew up the clock. The only thing that can stop Kahuku is themselves with boneheaded penalties over and over.


  31. Manly October 5, 2015 1:36 pm

    Watching Tata and Hao glee on the sidelines was fun. Having that much unrecruited talent without the meddling like at St.Louis is a luxury. They acted like they had the Frankenstine monster. Right now the NFL has 3 Kahuku born LBs. All starters and team leaders on D stats. Kikaha,Teo and Unga. Defense at Kahuku is King. Tata and Hao know they are sitting on pure gold. Poker hand with the run now. On the championship run, tight end reception, insert wr’s, pure QB, you got a mess of offense with the Run and Defense still King. I really wouldnt insert an injured Milton against a swarm like the Red Rebel defense. Tough decisions by the Milton family and coach York. Milton has so much potential at the next level. A State title win by Mililani without Milton would be a bigger story. It would show that Mililani can dig deep and it would shut the critic down.


  32. GoBigRed October 5, 2015 3:29 pm

    @hi808. Kinda like people who like to make mile-long hashtag statements. Hahahahaaaaa!


  33. 88 October 5, 2015 4:48 pm

    I told you BAHSTAADS already, Kahuku vs Punahou for the State Championship. It will be the Laie Park Raiders Defense vs the Laie Park Raiders QB and RB.


  34. ilh October 5, 2015 8:03 pm

    The three best teams are from the ILH, Punahou, Saint Louis and Kamehameha, to bad only one qualify for the States, we will see when the State Championship game is played.


  35. 88 October 5, 2015 9:33 pm

    Your joking right? You really think Kam School, Punahou and St. Louis are better than Mililani and Kahuku. Stay off the drugs buddy…


  36. Lee Boy October 6, 2015 12:05 pm

    @Manley all your post in here is about how Milton should sit out and don’t risk injury against the Red Raiders Defense. Do you really think this kid is worry about your defense? no brah. He want to play against the best. If you ever play the game you know there is always the risk of getting injured, heck some kids die in field. You take those damn risk because you love the game. I’m willing to bet that Milton can’t wait to get on the field.


  37. ILH October 6, 2015 12:30 pm

    88, save the talking till the finals of the state championship, right now you all waa, lip When the champion is from the ILH, come see me by get 5. I going be wearing one nice red shirt with the words 2015 state champions from the ILH.


  38. "UNITY=STRENGHT" October 6, 2015 3:34 pm

    Everybody has pride for there districts that is normal but my view is we should be sending are talent to Hawaii and making Hawaii stronger no more traveling “IN THE HOUSE”!!! Tail gating drinking talking story and listening and or watching our boys giving a shellacking to a Wisconsin or a Ohio St team on the road or even better at home. so on and so on and taking everything with them its a dream but I’ll party to that any day and yell my lungs out!!!


  39. Manly October 6, 2015 4:53 pm

    @lee boi, it’s not about RR defense as it’s about ALL playoff defenses. If you don’t believe Milly can win without Milton, then your not a fan. Make sure that shoulder is 120 % because it’s not about playing high school but being able to play as a college commit.


  40. 88 October 6, 2015 6:01 pm

    Save your breath MAnly cause Lee boi dont see it that way. Milton is a State Champion with nothing more to prove. You talk like you know football but you dont. Cause if you did you would realize the type of injury this kid sustained is serious. Its his throwing shoulder you fuam. the bone that connects to it came out and they had to pop in back in. That means if he sleeps awkwardly on it its coming out, if he raises his arm above his head and someone bumps into it its coming out, if he reaches for something it is popping out. You killing me with this dying on the field crap.


  41. 88 October 6, 2015 6:04 pm

    @ILH; Wear your red shirt to the game and come sit our side when we play Mililani for the State Championship. Thats right its going to be an all OIA STATE CHAMPONSHIP!


  42. Lee Boy October 7, 2015 6:40 pm

    @88 so you are a Doctor now brah. An acromioclavicular joint separation, or AC separation, is a very frequent injury among physically active people. In this injury the clavicle (collar bone) separates from the scapula (shoulder blade). It could be a severe injury depending or the degree of the injury and we don’t know that. If it’s not severe it’s just a separate shoulder once they pop it back in place it take 3-5weeks to heal. Only Milton and his parents know that info you clown. Like I say before coach York will not let him play unless Milton is 100. So before you start running your mouth do your research clown


  43. 88 October 7, 2015 6:58 pm

    Thats the same thing i just said you idiot. What are you 12 years old? Here’s your post

    “@Manley all your post in here is about how Milton should sit out and don’t risk injury against the Red Raiders Defense. Do you really think this kid is worry about your defense? no brah. He want to play against the best. If you ever play the game you know there is always the risk of getting injured, heck some kids die in field. You take those damn risk because you love the game. I’m willing to bet that Milton can’t wait to get on the field.”

    Now where did you state that he aint playing unless he’s 100%? So before you start running your mouth DO YOUR research clown


  44. Lee Boy October 7, 2015 9:24 pm

    @88 You know everything, just read you previous post and see how dumb you sound. Since when I dislocate sholder a serious injury. Yeah his bone will pop out! LMAO


  45. 88 October 7, 2015 11:58 pm

    Anyone who has ever played sports and had a separated shoulder knows what Im talking about. Stick to your Dungeons and Dragons boy..


  46. phILHarmonic October 8, 2015 8:43 am

    It is an awesome thing to see the community embrace these ILH coaches at the OIA schools.


  47. hi808 October 8, 2015 9:04 pm

    88 is a true clown grown a%% man. Graduated in 88 from Kahuku cause peeps that side associate by their graduation year. That makes him about a 46 yr old man trolling the internet, lol…..prolly from his mama’s basement. And he just flipped saying Mill is in the state title game instead of Punahou…clowns!


  48. 88 October 8, 2015 9:27 pm

    What you talking about, Im in YOUR mamas basement… Clown.


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