VIDEO: No. 1 Saint Louis vs. No. 2 Punahou, highlights

Punahou receiver Moku Dancil-Evans (6) was hit by Saint Louis linebacker Mason Tufaga (10), top, and defensive back Bronz Moore (20) after making a catch in the second half. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.

In-game and post-game highlights of the ILH football playoff game, Saint Louis vs. Punahou. Regular-season winner Saint Louis can seal the league title and the league’s lone Open Division state-tournament berth with a win. Punahou needs a win to set up an ILH championship game next week.

The first quarter ends with Saint Louis ahead, 7-0. Defense is ruling the game so far.

Halftime: Saint Louis 14, Punahou 0. The teams exchanged interceptions on Hail Mary tosses in the final 12 seconds of the first half.

Punahou’s first TD comes in the third quarter, and then this play ties it at 14 with 4:12 left in the third.

Saint Louis regains the lead on de Laura’s second TD run.


  1. HailFromDaNorth November 2, 2019 12:32 am

    I’m from Kahuku! And bleed red and white, but I gotta agree ain’t no way punahou should be out for this state championship. They really gotta figure this one out for next season. It should be Saint Louis vs Mililani, and Punahou vs Kahuku. Winner plays for the state title. I’m
    Curious on how the HHSAA, OIA, and ILH are gonna set it up next season. It must be hard for all these other teams. Kapolei, Waianae, Leilehua . The recruiting going on it’s just not fair anymore. Private schools are privates schools they gotta get recruits, but a public school recruiting is crazy. Kids living in Manoa going school in Mililani. One brother playing at Farrington while the other plays at Campbell. SMH.

  2. To da hale November 2, 2019 2:07 am

    One brother playing at kaimuki and one playing at kahuku.

  3. Simple Simon November 2, 2019 4:16 am

    @To da hale

    I think Hailfromdanorthshore is talking more about multiple players, majority of a team coming from out of boundaries rather than a one player example you’re talking about. That one player example sounds more to me of a player who chose to go there on their own rather than recruiting.

  4. BIG RED... November 2, 2019 5:32 am

    I think you’re talking about the Kaluna Kids..Yes, the one that plays Kahuku, lives in Kahuku, cause the parents reside there..
    The Mom’s from there…Rooted..

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