VIDEO: Mililani follows Liberty win with rout of Waianae

Mililani coach Rod York gave directions to quarterback Brendyn Agbayani (7) during the first half against Waianae. Photo by Steven Erler/Special to the Star-Advertiser.

After a cornerstone win over Nevada powerhouse Liberty, a matchup on the road at Waianae could have been an emotional letdown scenario. Instead, the Trojans marched to a 50-6 victory behind a stellar defense sparked by defensive end Tristen Townes (59). Quarterback Brendyn Agbayani fired three TD passes in the victory.




COMMENTS

  1. Lou September 10, 2019 5:24 pm

    Beat Liberty at home 34-22. St John Bosco beat Liberty at Liberty 49-7. Bosco at Mil. SJB 42 MIL 14.


  2. Lou September 10, 2019 5:27 pm

    Recruited not rooted. If you rooted you booted. (To Aiea,Moanalua etc)


  3. 94 September 11, 2019 12:48 am

    LOU

    Stop hating. Not like your team is playing any top 5 team in the nation and what makes you think STL defense is better than Milvill. Have you even watch the game against liberty, o wait you were watching STL play at the stadium so you have no clue what you talking about.


  4. Lou September 11, 2019 10:36 am

    94, huh, I proof read and did not see St.Louis mentioned? Do you think I’m a lulu? OMG,no. I do hate recruiting by STL. And Mil. What ever it takes, no community pride now a days.


  5. Too much meke September 11, 2019 8:53 pm

    Lou sounds like a red raider living in the past, these are different times my friend. All teams are doing it,even your rooted red raiders. When you have a relative that lives in Utah,Arizona, Samoa,New Zealand that decides to move into your home and play for the kahuku home team for a season that’s NOT HOME GROWN!that’s FLOWN GROWN!!!


  6. Too much meke September 11, 2019 9:08 pm

    @Lou- No offense but I’m just surprised you know more about other communities than your own. It kind of makes you and all those haters of transfers look stupid! Just saying!!


  7. Jacob Makaiwi September 12, 2019 12:13 am

    I watched some of this game on tv and it wasn’t even fun to watch (unless your a Trojans fan I guess haha.) It was so one sided from the few moments I watched. Mililani was doing whatever they wanted to do and Waianae was losing really bad in their own home field. Tough loss for the W. Hope they keep there heads up and keep grinding, but Mililani is on a mission this year. It would be crazy if they beat Bosco! But though I’m a Wahiawa boy and I’m bred to practically not like Mililani, I gotta root for my boys to rep Hawai’i against the mainland. Still a couple games away but good luck against Bosco, Trojans. Win or lose, do it with Aloha. But hopefully… just maybe… win. Haha 😆


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