Pre-game Pix: Leilehua, Kahuku, Punahou

The Mililani Trojans sing their alma mater before a game with Kamehameha. (Aug 21, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Steak plate at Leilehua was really tasty. (Aug. 21, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Pre-game at Leilehua. Kamehameha Warriors sing their alma mater. (Aug. 21, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Game time at Kahuku during a JV game with Saint Louis. (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Future Crusaders watch a JV game at Kahuku quietly. (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
The Crusader crowd watching the JV game at Kahuku is subdued. (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Guess who was winning this Kahuku-Saint Louis JV game? (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Varsity Crusaders arrive in Kahuku for a big nonconference showdown. (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Hot dog man at Kahuku. (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Jamba Juice hit the spot on a hot late afternoon at Kahuku. (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
The main concession stand at Kahuku was somewhat busy. So much competition with at least eight or nine other food booths. (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Teri-burgers and, well, looks like chicken patties, at the main concession stand at Kahuku. (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Kahuku Red Raider gear on sale at the football game. (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Former Kaimuki Bulldog student-athlete Kalani Clemente was at Kahuku to see his son, Saint Louis offensive lineman Houston Clemente, play football. (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Mmmmm... (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Tuba! (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Friendliest dog in Hawaii. (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Chinese food at the Kahuku-Saint Louis game. (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Chinese food and football don't always go together, but they should. (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Fijian food at the Saint Louis-Kahuku game. (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Cocoa what? (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Roti! Never had it, but it sounds cool. (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Here's some curry roti. (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
I scream for ice cream. (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Chocolate sprinkles! (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
This is over the individual quota, right? (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
The Kahuku crowd is quite calm during the JV game with Saint Louis. (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
End zone seating at Kahuku's Carleton Weimer Field. (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Represent! Laie Park in the house. (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Sounds good, but no plate sales in the minute that I was there, so no photo. (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda
Shrimp stand was tucked into a corner and almost out of view. The shrimps look awesome! (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Not for the public: OC-16 fed its crew some ono-looking Hawaiian food catered by Hukilau Cafe. (Aug. 27, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Moanalua video guy at the game against Punahou. (Aug. 28, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Video guys enjoyed the a/c in Punahou's press box. (Aug. 28, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Veteran scribe Stacy Kaneshiro also enjoyed the a/c. (Aug. 28, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Get your Buffanblu gear! (Aug. 28, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Lots of cool Punahou gear. (Aug. 28, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)
Great volunteer effort means Punahou could sell out of inventory before season's end. Or at least during the home game against ‘Iolani. (Aug. 28, 2010; photo: Paul Honda)

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