VIDEO: Nick Herbig, Koali Nishigaya, Coach Cal Lee on Saint Louis’ win over Mililani

Mililani quarterback Brendyn Agbayani (7) fumbled the football after a sack by Saint Louis linebacker Nick Herbig (19) during the first half. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.

No. 3 Mililani had No. 1 Saint Louis on the ropes early and led 14-13 after one quarter. Then Saint Louis went into lockdown mode behind big-play contributions by linebacker Nick Herbig (two sacks) and slotback Koali Nishigaya (five catches, 263 yards, two TDs). Herbig, Nishigaya and Coach Cal Lee chatted after the game.



  1. notes September 28, 2019 12:45 pm

    when you have the best team money can buy, i expect more tbh. RRFL!

  2. kalihiFB September 28, 2019 1:11 pm

    Always haters saying things like that! Funny how Mililani, Leilehua, and Kahuku won championships with the players they had with smart coaching.

  3. Trustno1 September 28, 2019 4:59 pm

    Notes-When you have the best coaches in the state to prepare the kids to become the best players in the state then this is what happens! It’s called COACHING! Private schools can recruit all they want, but you still gotta coach the kids. 808vsEverybody

  4. Dr. Phil September 28, 2019 5:04 pm

    Notes wouldn’t know what to expect cuz never had the best money can buy…hahaha unknown territory for that guy lol

  5. Saints Forever September 28, 2019 7:24 pm

    It’s all about COACHING!! Coach Cal and Ron and his very dedicated and professional staff put countless hours studying film and sharing all of their expertise with student athletes in preparing them to be in the best possible positions on the field so that they can be successful!!

  6. Saints Forever September 28, 2019 7:29 pm

    Its all about COACHING and the Saints have the best that there is!!!

  7. to good times September 29, 2019 1:45 am

    Wow notes finally acknowledged Mililani’s coaching.

  8. Nothing but the truth September 29, 2019 9:03 am

    During the Mililani St Louis game it was mentioned that three student athletes transfered from St Louis to Mililani from last year… nothing wrong with that. All three are juniors and will be the stars of Mililani next year. Take a look at pages 39 and 43 of the OIA-ILH 2019 Program. The three transfers list their hometowns as Ewa Beach, Nanakuli, and Manoa. You can draw your own conclusions from that.

  9. Puna October 1, 2019 9:11 am

    Mililani will only be as good as being the best in the OIA. They do not know how to adjust and win the big games. Its proven. Its a fact. With a qb that needs to be coached, it doesnt look like the OC is teaching the QB the right things. IDK maybe Mililani was lucky with the past two quaterbacks where they did not have to coach up and just let them do their thang. IDK thats just me speaking. Good Job 808 football. Keep representing Hawaii.

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