Offer to a king: UH wants Kalakaua Timoteo

Mililani's Kalakaua Timoteo had the game of his life to beat Punahou. Bruce Asato / Star-Advertiser
Mililani’s Kalakaua Timoteo had the game of his life to beat Punahou. Bruce Asato / Star-Advertiser

Mililani’s record-breaking wide receiver, Kalakaua Timoteo, has received his first scholarship offer.

Pacific Islands Athletic Alliance announced today that the 6-foot-1, 195-pound junior received an offer from the University of Hawaii.

Timoteo caught a record four touchdown passes in Mililani’s 53-45 state-championship win over Punahou on Friday. He finished the game with seven catches for 117 yards. Though Timoteo missed two games with injury, he played in 10 and finished the season with 55 receptions for 988 yards and 11 touchdowns. It was his first year as a full-time starter.


Using tremendous body control and flexibility, he was simply too big a target for most cornerbacks in one-on-one battles. Timoteo also had a pinpoint passer at quarterback in McKenzie Milton, also a junior.

Mililani junior Kalakaua Timoteo had 55 receptions for 988 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2014. (Photo: Paul Honda)
Mililani junior Kalakaua Timoteo had 55 receptions for 988 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2014. (Photo: Paul Honda)

Timoteo had six games of a least 100 receiving yards, including all three postseason games he participated in.
>> vs. No. 3 Saint Louis: 9-167, TD (17)
>> vs Kailua: 4-134, TD (78)
>> vs. No. 10 Kapolei: 6-79
>> @ Aiea: 4-165, TD (53)
>> @ No. 6 Campbell: 5-57, TD (11)
>> vs. No. 3 Farrington: 3-60, TD (42)
>> vs. Moanalua: 1-7
>> vs. No. 10 Kaiser: DNP – INJ (shoulder)
>> vs. No. 6 Campbell (playoff): 7-102, 2 TD (13,47)
>> vs. No. 3 Kahuku (Aloha) (OIA final): DNP
>> vs. No. 4 Farrington (Aloha) (HHSAA): 9-100
>> vs. No. 1 Punahou (Aloha) (HHSAA): 7-117, 4 TD (13,13,27,10)
Total: 55-988, 11 TD

COMMENTS

  1. Laie Boiz November 26, 2014 10:45 pm

    Timoteo is a great receiver and should be all-state no doubt…but give credit where credit is due! Just because he never had stats against Kahuku means he never play, hellur. Red Raiders get the best D in the state and they SHUT HIM DOWN.

    What you watching to say he neva play? even your own footage says so http://www.hawaiiprepworld.com/football/video-3-kahuku-vs-2-mililani-oia-final/


  2. Hiilei November 27, 2014 5:12 am

    Laie Boiz- eazzzy!! Settle down!! Geez they made a mistake and got it wrong!! Kahuku did shut him down and if were to ask him he would probably agree. Congrats on your offer (Timoteo). Many more to come.


  3. Marleysdad November 27, 2014 12:51 pm

    Too bad the “best” D couldn’t shut down the BEST TEAM!

    Trojan Army!!!!!


  4. cass November 29, 2014 9:00 am

    congratulations mililani on your very first state title since………I can’t remember when. Job well done.


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