Where, oh where, will the Class of 1985 celebrate its 25th year reunion?
Saint Louis fans made the trek to Wahiawa to see their Crusaders.
A good crowd on hand for the JV game between Leilehua and Saint Louis.
The main booth offered laulau and steak. Thumbs up on both!
The main booth was run by the Lettermen's Club.
Leilehua girls basketball coach Elroy Dumlao was one of many Mules to help out at the game.
The laulau was ono!
Kanoa Leahey puts time and effort into his preparation for the OC 16 broadcast. He has info for players written out on individual post-its.
The Leilehua band has quite a range and repertoire of songs.
Hugh Yoshida Stadium under the lights.
The Leilehua band plays the national anthem as the color guard presents the flags before the varsity game.
A beautiful night in Wahiawa.
The Lettermen's Club is still working hard as the varsity kickoff nears.
The man with the red flag lets officials know when the TV commercials are done.
Coach Nolan Tokuda gives wife Danielle a hug as they clear yard markers off the walkway.
Photos by Paul Honda
Yoshida Field is probably one of the few places in Hawaii where you can get that real feeling of football in the air. It got pretty cool up there last Saturday once the sun went down!
If you gotta put on a jacket, it’s football!
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