VIDEO: No. 10 Leilehua’s homecoming victory over Aiea

Leilehua quarterback Kekoa Turnagan ran the ball in the second quarter against Aiea. Photo by Kat Wade/Special to the Star-Advertiser.

Coming off their first loss of the season, the 10th-ranked Leilehua Mules played with a special fire on homecoming night against Aiea.


  1. ??? September 9, 2019 8:05 am

    Watching this video; Aiea tackles like a Pop Warner team. “Just saying”

  2. Jacob Makaiwi September 12, 2019 12:51 am

    Hope Aiea keeps there head up because they played great, but the Mighty Mules look like they might actually have an offense to help out there defense now. The Mules are just owning the trenches. All they needed was the offense to figure something out which hopefully the formula from this Aiea game can help them go all the way this year. Really balanced Run and Pass game. The O-line has the ability to do what they have to do either run or pass. The skill players just got to keep it up on offense and I think they have a promising rest of the year. Just gotta try not to turn over the ball on offense against really good teams. Damien and Leilehua should be a good indicator to see if the Mules really have what it takes to win it all this year, which I hope they do! Good luck to the Monarchs and the Mules this weekend. May the best team win. Go Mules!

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