Photos: August and September

Punahou's Isaac Savaiinaea felt good after a win over Saint Louis. (photo: Paul Honda)

Here’s some stuff from earlier in the season.

Punahou’s Isaac Savaiinaea felt good after a win over Saint Louis. (photo: Paul Honda)
Punahou defensive end Canton Kaumatule enjoyed family and friends after the Saint Louis game. (photo: Paul Honda)
Office for the day. (photo: Paul Honda)
Ryan Tuiasoa contributed in a big way to Punahou’s win over Kamehameha. (photo: Paul Honda)
Punahou coach Kale Ane (right) chats with an old friend after the Buffanblu-Kamehameha game. (photo: Paul Honda)
Punahou’s Larry “Tui” Tuileta was spectacular against Kamehameha: 17-for-26, 358 yards and three touchdowns. (photo: Paul Honda)
The lumpia from Alyssandra’s (across from Aloha Stadium at the mall) is awesome snack food, and a lot more affordable than what’s in the stadium. (photo: Paul Honda)
Free-lance sportswriter and food scribe Kyle Galdeira was at the Saint Louis-Bishop Gorman game, working with the Fox Sports crew. (photo: Paul Honda)
This wasn’t my shave ice, but it made someone happy on a hot late afternoon in Waipahu. (photo: Paul Honda)
The Kapolei Hurricanes eventually rallied, but Waipahu held on for a 28-21 win. (photo: Paul Honda)
Waipahu linebacker/running back Wesley Nagaseu was a major factor in the win over Kapolei. (photo: Paul Honda)
Waipahu coach Eric Keola tended to the sprinklers after a win over Kapolei. (photo: Paul Honda)
The snack bar is officially closed. (photo: Paul Honda)
Kalua pig and cabbage at Moanalua. (photo: Paul Honda)
The early stage of a physical battle with Waianae. (photo: Paul Honda)
Coach Arnold Martinez and Moanalua Na Menehune after a 26-17 loss to Waianae. (photo: Paul Honda)
Felipe Ojastro is color coordinated (see the kicks). Humble, but one of the most talented and hardest-working young sports broadcasters in Hawaii. Now if they all can just get his name right… (photo: Paul Honda)
One of the only reasonably-priced items at Aloha Stadium: $3 for saimin. (photo: Paul Honda)
Saint Louis. Farrington. Showdown. (photo: Paul Honda)
What a game it was. (photo: Paul Honda)
Farrington offensive lineman Michael Boyd was a big part of a 39-33 win over Saint Louis. (photo: Paul Honda)
Manly “Puma” Williams blocked two punts in Farrington’s win over Saint Louis. (photo: Paul Honda)
Govs running back Abraham Silva rushed for 157 yards and three touchdowns against Saint Louis. (photo: Paul Honda)
Aloha Stadium. (photo: Paul Honda)
Kaiser moms get into game mode before a battle with Anuenue. (photo: Paul Honda)
The sunset view from Kaiser Stadium is unique. (photo: Paul Honda)
Rain falls on Kaiser Stadium. (photo: Paul Honda)
Kaiser’s Fitou Fisiiahi is a difference maker on both sides of the ball. (photo: Paul Honda)
Pre-game prayer for Farrington before a game with Waianae. (photo: Paul Honda)
Service coach Numi Ilalio and Leilehua coach Nolan Tokuda. (photo: Paul Honda)
Service and Leilehua join together for a post-game prayer. (photo: Paul Honda)
A classic Spam bowl is part of the menu at Leilehua. (photo: Paul Honda)
A West Anchorage fan leads the cheers in a game against Punahou. (photo: Paul Honda)
The view of the Waianae Mountain Range from Leilehua. (photo: Paul Honda)
Punahou sophomore Kanawai Noa’s debut in varsity football was remarkable: six catches, 175 yards, four touchdowns against West Anchorage. (photo: Paul Honda)
Konawaena assistant coach Trent Walters displays his two championship rings, one from BYU and the other from Konawaena, which won the BIIF Division II crown in 2011. (photo: Paul Honda)

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