VIDEO: Farrington gets big win over No. 5 Kapolei

Kapolei wide receiver Isaiah Ahana bobbled a pass while under pressure from Farrington linebacker Thane Tanuvasa (21) during the first half. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.

The young Farrington Governors made their first-ever win at Skippa Diaz Stadium a big one, a 28-7 upset of No. 5 Kapolei on Saturday night. Chasen Castilliano was part of a Govs defense that came up with big plays all game long. The senior defensive back had three interceptions, including a pick-6.



COMMENTS

  1. Education First August 27, 2017 2:06 pm

    Coach Toothpick has arguably as much talent as Kahuku but the team consistently under performs. Only did well last year because of June Jones. Time to get another HC.


  2. Coach C August 27, 2017 4:35 pm

    Lol,as much talent as Kahuku?, Lol again.


  3. Northshore August 28, 2017 7:42 am

    Got talent but question the coaching….should stick to sportscasting.


  4. Education First August 28, 2017 11:08 am

    Education First August 27, 2017 2:06 pm
    Coach Toothpick has arguably as much talent as Kahuku but the team consistently under performs. Only did well last year because of June Jones. Time to get another HC.
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    Hi Shadow! Still trying to be me, anywaays?


  5. DO-U-KNOW August 29, 2017 9:46 am

    The whole state of Hawaii is skeptic on good coaching. And it’s relative based on your perspective. Do we need so many coaches on the staff at all of these schools? Could it be that part of the reason why these kids are under achieving? They might be hearing 10 different ways from 10 different coaches on how to perform one skill, play or scheme.

    C’mon! I am yet to find a no-nonsense, experienced (from college and/or high school) competent, motivating, less political, less arrogant/less prideful, positive coach that knows, scheme, player personnel and can teach life skills and build leadership skills. All in one. These kids come from families as well that bring some baggages of innate social and dysfunctional interesting issues.

    I think all these coaches are trying their best. Because even Kahuku don’t have the ideal coaches. There are a few on that staff last year and the year before and maybe a few on this season is skeptic. However, there are quality coaches on that staff as well. Punahou is the same way. Just like other schools in the state. It’s a hit and miss.


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