Classic shot of Pearl City assistant JV coach, Nelson Pana, spray painting facemasks for his players. Varsity safety Andrew Quievido is in the background.
Offensive line coach Kaleo Schreiner, running backs coach James Kaopuiki and JV offensive coordinator Geordan Arenal wore their hard hats at Moanalua’s football field.
Moanalua head coach Arnold Martinez with his children before practice.
The first scrimmage of the season had these officials ragged or happy, take your pick. This one was Mililani at Kamehameha.
Kamehameha coach David Stant addresses some concerns to his team after a scrimmage with Mililani.
Kalani Pua‘oi is one of Anuenue’s two-way Ironmen.
Some rest between a full day of classes and afternoon practice at Anuenue.
Kaiser coach Pat Samsonas (second from right) is always prepared for photo/media day. Kerry of Island Football, which produces the annual ILH-OIA program, conducts an interview.
Photo day at Kamehameha starts at 7 a.m.
Leilehua lineman Jinki Timoteo gets expert care for his hair by mom on photo day.
Waianae lineman Leo’o “Hansome” Tanielu waits after practice.
Teammates get Alberto Sandobal to crack up during photo day at Waianae.
Campbell assistant football coach Wyatt Tau chatted with lineman Edward Tuvale.
New lights are ready to be hoisted up at Kahuku’s Carleton Weimer Field.
The project was completed recently, in time for Kahuku’s home opener in September.
Trumps is a popular game for Kahuku football players during a break before practice.
Kahuku athletic director Joe Whitford has his hands full as the fall sports season kicks off. His office sometimes doubles as a storage area.
Castle players practice their alma mater.
The Castle Knights get direction from a music teacher for their rehearsal of the alma mater.
The press box at Kapolei is new and beautiful, but Kapolei will not have a home game this fall until the new bathrooms across the field are completed.
Photo day at Kapolei.
Farrington players endure the sun on photo day.
The inside lane at Punahou’s Alexander Field is well used.
A late afternoon photo day session for Punahou.
Waianae’s Raymond Torii Field was in the middle of bleacher renovations when the state ran out of funding. The center bleachers are fenced off until the project is done, but at a cost of $1 million, that might not happen until next year or later.
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Photos by Paul Honda