VIDEO: National powerhouse Bishop Gorman routs Saint Louis

Coach Brett Browner talks with his team after Bishop Gorman's 56-14 win over Saint Louis. Paul Honda/Star-Advertiser (Sept. 2, 2022)

Micah Alejado passed for 293 yards and five touchdowns in the first half as Bishop Gorman (Nev.) overwhelmed Saint Louis, 56-14, on Friday night at John Kauinana Stadium.

Alejado grew up playing football for the Ewa Beach Sabers.

Former Saint Louis wide receiver Trech Kekahuna scored on two of those TD passes.


COMMENTS

  1. HI HS FAN September 3, 2022 10:13 am

    St. Louis needs to fix a lot of things before the ILH season. Can this be Punahou’s year? They need to beat them three times to get to states. How they do against Kahuku tonight will determine their season.


  2. CracksKEALOHA September 3, 2022 2:19 pm

    Should of been Kahuku taking on Gorman. The brotherHood falling apart already! Even Millilani & Campbell would of been a better game.


  3. ILH September 4, 2022 10:33 am

    Kahuku could not compete against Gorman, on top of that, Bishop Gorman and Saint Francis too, Kahuku had a very hard time too against Punahou, Punahou’s next game will be against Saint Louis on September 17, then we can see where Punahou stands in the ILH.


  4. 88 September 4, 2022 4:49 pm

    @ILH Did you say compete? Let me remind you, since you appear to be suffering from memory loss, that the Kahuku/Gorman half time score was 14-7. Unlike the Crusader/Gorman 42-7 a$$ whooping half time score last week. Also Gorman emptied the bench the entire 2nd half last week. When they played Kahuku the starters played the entire game. Don’t believe me, look up the stats on ScoringLive .. I hate to be the one tell you Bbbbbuuuuuuut, your Crusaders are DooDoo this year.. Have a blessed Sabbath 😂


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