VIDEO: Ah-Hoy runs 21 times in a row

As always, Kahuku ran the ball a lot in their most recent game. Not only that, the Red Raiders had QB Kesi Ah-Hoy carry the ball on each of their first 21 offensive plays. He rushed for 133 yards in those 21 attempts, and finished with 23 carries for 174 yards before leaving with an injury during the second quarter. Ah-Hoy didn’t reach the end zone, but behind a relentless offensive line, he helped set the tone for a 43-0 win over Farrington.


Kesi Ah-Hoy picks up yardage for Kahuku against Farrington. Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser
Kesi Ah-Hoy picks up yardage for Kahuku against Farrington. Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser

COMMENTS

  1. 88 October 26, 2015 6:42 pm

    Did you see the Judo take down in front of the ref that was a no call? Terrible……


  2. Good Story October 26, 2015 8:49 pm

    Coming from the days of options, traps, counter trays…I gotta give these guys props. I thought my years was smash mouth, nope…these guys are in a league of their own. When scene back to back, it is a thing of beauty. Thank you coaches for understanding the personnel and catering towards it. And then just polishing…over and over.


  3. Kamaha'okeali'i October 27, 2015 12:13 pm

    Mean the hair pull on the last play shown! LOL


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