Mililani will visit St. John Bosco for a football game against the Braves in Bellflower, Calif., on Aug. 31.
This will be the third trip in the last four seasons for the Trojans. They defeated Clayton Valley Charter 49-30 in Concord, Calif., last season. In 2015, they visited Liberty in Las Vegas and lost 76-53.
Those are the only two times Mililani has played an opponent from the mainland.
A year ago, the Trojans went 10-2, losing to Kahuku 35-31 in the OIA title game and then losing to Saint Louis 47-23 in the semifinals of the Open Division state tournament.
St. John Bosco went 12-3 in 2017, losing to national champion Mater Dei in the California Interscholastic Federation Division I championship game.
In 2014, the Braves visited Honolulu, beating Saint Louis 63-14 at Aloha Stadium.
MaxPreps’s computers ranked St. John Bosco as the No. 3 team in the nation in 2017. The Braves were also No. 8 in the MaxPreps Xcellent 25 (noncomputer) poll.
St. John Bosco was also the national title-winning team on several season-ending polls in 2013.