Prep Football Photo Tour

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Classic shot of Pearl City assistant JV coach, Nelson Pana, spray painting facemasks for his players. Varsity safety Andrew Quievido is in the background.

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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.

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Moanalua head coach Arnold Martinez with his children before practice.

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The first scrimmage of the season had these officials ragged or happy, take your pick. This one was Mililani at Kamehameha.

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Kamehameha coach David Stant addresses some concerns to his team after a scrimmage with Mililani.

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Kalani Pua‘oi is one of Anuenue’s two-way Ironmen.

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Some rest between a full day of classes and afternoon practice at Anuenue.

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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.

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Photo day at Kamehameha starts at 7 a.m.

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Leilehua lineman Jinki Timoteo gets expert care for his hair by mom on photo day.

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Waianae lineman Leo’o “Hansome” Tanielu waits after practice.

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Teammates get Alberto Sandobal to crack up during photo day at Waianae.

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Campbell assistant football coach Wyatt Tau chatted with lineman Edward Tuvale.

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New lights are ready to be hoisted up at Kahuku’s Carleton Weimer Field.


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The project was completed recently, in time for Kahuku’s home opener in September.

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Trumps is a popular game for Kahuku football players during a break before practice.

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Kahuku athletic director Joe Whitford has his hands full as the fall sports season kicks off. His office sometimes doubles as a storage area.

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Castle players practice their alma mater.

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The Castle Knights get direction from a music teacher for their rehearsal of the alma mater.

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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.

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Photo day at Kapolei.

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Farrington players endure the sun on photo day.

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The inside lane at Punahou’s Alexander Field is well used.

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A late afternoon photo day session for Punahou.

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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

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