Mililani standout wide receiver Kalakaua Timoteo returned to practice with the Trojans on Monday and will be ready to play in the team’s regular-season finale at Moanalua on Friday, according to head coach Rod York.
Timoteo sat out Mililani’s 45-21 victory over Kailua last week that clinched the OIA Blue championship and a bye in the first round of the league playoffs. He suffered a sprained ankle at practice on the Monday preceding the game against the Surfriders.
A 6-foot-2, 200-pound senior and a University of Hawaii commit, Timoteo has 31 catches for 712 yards and 13 touchdowns in six games for the Trojans (6-1, 6-0).
Who cares, what is this fantasy football? Is the star advertiser going to start an injury report on every high school team across the state or just the spoiled Mililani “OC16” Trojans?
Great news , Glad your back and healthy kala. GO TROJANS!!!
Yes it appears as though someone has a teen crush with the Trojans football players. Thats too funny
Hey Prep World, any updates on the other team? You know Kahuku. Ah Hoy sprain? Their quarterback shoulder? You know ,anybody talk to their doctors? How about Ameporasa? Any word, extent,how many days out etc.etc. Kahuku have phone lines? So quiet…..
Good news, tell #10 Kaysen to throw it up and then go get it Kala! #TGOD
Wow Thanks So much for the well wishers!!! Even for the negative comments! Bless you ALL!!! Personally I don’t control w4hat is being written! None of us Trojan parents do FYI!
Can we get an injury update on the other two highly recruited QB’S Tua at St. Louis and Tuliloa at Punahou? or are they not as important as Mililani players?
Again, sad that people cannot wish the player well without some jealous or petty remark. You know, the Hawaii Prep World writers have email addresses and you can easily contact them to let them know your feelings that your favorite player/team is not being mentioned enough.
Are you guys sure it was his ankle?!? Because probation for grades was that week…lol
@ Fan of Sports! AMEN!!! THANK YOU!
@Bust Laugh….. Hahahahaha! You are So funnty/BITTER!
GRADES have NEVER been a problem! God bless you anyways….. YOU need it….
@Kalakaua’s Mommy – you’re too funny!! Good job and GOD bless you too!! My informant tells me your boy has an “A” in her class, so again good job!!
@ALL – if you don’t like the article it’s pretty simple, don’t read it. No need for negative jealousy as it’s up to the writer on what he writes. Mililani is the defending OIA and State Champion,, so they are highlighted a lot and rightfully so.
So funny all these salty guys…last week Mililani blew out a very good Kailua team w/o 2 starters and you guys still like talk…lol…who has Kahuku challenged in their division? This week is their first real test against Waianae…Trojan’s gonna keep doing their job and play their hearts out each week so keep hating on them cause I know you just doing yours…
EwaEwa: In reply to your question, Kalaukaua Timoteo is the top receiver in the state by most accounts and that’s why we did an injury report.
Manly, its the first I’ve heard that Ameperosa and Ah-Hoy are injured. I will check with the coach. Please give me a call (391-7371) and tell me what you know.
hi808: We ran injury updates on Tua and Tuliloa four times in the last two weeks. You must have missed them. Here you go:
thanks “fan of sports” for your support
@kalasmom, you have a good son and he is the best receiver in the state. Best of luck to him, especially at the next level.
@Nick Abramo, maybe you should go read the article on scoring live by Takase. He knew about Ah Hoy and Ameperosa.
I just read Kalani Takase’s story and there is no mention of actual injuries. It mentions Ah-Hoy’s ankle was banged up (that could be anything and coaches say “banged up” all the time for minor bumps and bruises). It also mentions that Ameperosa sat out last week, but it does not say why. Nothing about injuries in which they received medical attention. Timoteo was told to sit out by a doctor, and was first-team All-State last year and a UH commit, all which makes his doctor’s visit pretty newsworthy. Dillon Gabriel is the son of Garrett Gabriel and he is newsworthy for that reason alone, especially since he is only a freshman and is being brought up to the varsity.
Do your thing Nick and don’t let these guys get to you…they are just mad because all they can do is relive their glory years through high school sports…
Hahahaha maybe the reason why there is no update on Materagi is because he only has thrown three passes on two got intersected. No one new that Ah Hoy got injured. Keep doing a good job on this site I enjoy your coverage on high school football.
Glad your doing good and healthy!!!
Hawaii is proud of you and can’t wait to see you play
For the University of Hawaii!!!
Stay healthy be safe and play hard.
Be humble be blessed and don’t forget your roots.
Foundation is very important…
Wahiawa supports Mililani’s adoptive son!!!
He’ll end up at a JC cause of grades.