VIDEO: Mitchell Quinn on his breakout performance

Narbonne cornerback Ja’maree Boone defended a pass intended for Saint Louis wide receiver Mitchell Quinn during last season's game. Quinn scored four TDs in the fourth quarter in the Crusaders' 56-50 victory at Aloha Stadium. Jamm Aquino / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

Down 37-21 to Narbonne (Calif.) in the third quarter, the Saint Louis Crusaders dug deep and found success in the face of adversity. Or faces, as in the face of wide receiver Mitchell Quinn, a senior who hauled in four touchdown passes in the final quarter to spark Saint Louis to a resounding 56-50 victory at Aloha Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017. Quinn finished with seven receptions for 232 yards, giving quite a few Crusader fans plenty of “chicken skin” through his clutch play.


  1. BigSEPU September 24, 2017 11:22 pm

    The O.G (Cal Lee) got out coached last night plain and simple. Very stubborn old man. No 2nd half adjustments. The play calling for Narbonne was perfect and the coaches (OC) did his homework on STL D. Cal Lee put the boys (Secondary/LBs) in very bad situations that Narbonne’s OC took advantage of all game. The old man should relax and let coach Wes do the play calling on D. Hats off to the Men of Kalaepohaku for playing hard til the end to pull out the victory. If the Saints lost last night I would’ve blame their coaches. UNPREPARED! SMH!!

  2. Ilh September 25, 2017 12:26 pm

    Big Sepu’ don’t blame Cal Lee or other Coaches, some of the DB’s misread there own assignments, Narbonne is not a sloughtch team, Narbonne would have beaten any other Hawaii team that night’ for St. Louis, fortunately they had the ball last and ran out the clock’ and some of the players made some terrible penalties that kept Narbonne’s drives alive, so don’t blame Coaches

  3. Tokotoko September 25, 2017 1:27 pm

    In St. Louis’ very potent core of receivers, this kid seems to have separated himself from the others as their most dynamic pass catcher. Opposing defenses will definitely have to pay more attention to this fella.

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