VIDEO: Highlights, Post-Game with Cal Lee

Top-ranked Saint Louis fit the billing with a 49-7 win over No. 5 Waianae on Saturday night at Raymond Torii Field. The defending champions were in mid-season form on both sides of the ball, led by senior quarterback Chevan Cordeiro on offense.


  1. anywaaaays!! August 6, 2017 10:44 am

    St. Louis is a bunch of cheaters. They cannot beat us (Kahuku) straight up!

  2. Hyn August 6, 2017 12:47 pm

    Anywaays- no one hates on kahukus blogs especially St. Louis fans so why do you do it. You make kahuku fans seem like poor losers which I know there not. Be a man and stop whining and shadddup!!!!!

  3. anywaaaays!! August 6, 2017 1:07 pm

    The fake troll using my name “anywaaays” only has one liners and speaks nonsense.

    Congrats to all preseason teams that won this weekend. Dont be fooled though because there is no parity between ILH and OIA, the ILH is still the elite league and they are looking for any excuse to merge leagues with the OIA because of their boring 3 team schedule. STL blow out of Waianae two years in a row and the dominating wins by Kam and PUN is proof that its the haves (ILH) vs the have nots (OIA). Kahuku is the only school that can compete with the ILH and when the ILH loose to Kahuku they gotta find a way to take that advantage away from Kahuku by pushing the idea of “merging” leagues or “inserting two ILH teams in the tourney”.

  4. anywaaaays!! August 6, 2017 1:10 pm

    this website should post ip addresses next to the names so we cannot fake names

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