On this date in 2004, Kamehameha won its first state football championship.
The Warriors have collected plenty of Prep Bowls, the last in 1976, but Kamehameha beat Leilehua 28-7 in front of a crowd of 17,757 for its first modern title.
Jayson Rego became a program legend in the game, rushing for 212 yards and the go-ahead score in a game that was just 7-0 at halftime. Pono Kam came in at quarterback for Parker Bode and fired three touchdown passes in the second half.
Campbell also broke through, beating Iolani 28-7 for its first major title even with head coach Tumoana Kenessey sitting in the stands after being ejected the previous week.