VIDEO: No. 2 Punahou at No. 5 Campbell highlights

No. 2 Punahou visits No. 5 Campbell on homecoming night for the Sabers. This is a key game for Punahou, which trails Saint Louis in the ILH Open Standings.













COMMENTS

  1. Alex September 28, 2019 8:47 pm

    Lol where is all those guys talking that this is not D2 And all the saint Francis boys going struggle.
    Even said Baba Aina for camble would do well. I would love to se all those guys that didn’t watch these young mans grow up from big boys to high school but have a lot to say with no facts . Knock knock who’s there no body . Great job Saint Francis boys keep on representing


  2. 94 September 28, 2019 9:31 pm

    Lol where all the ILH guys lol. Play like this against Mililani it will be a long day for Punahou.


  3. ILH September 29, 2019 6:45 pm

    What is your definition of doing good?
    They doing all-right, truthfully, but nowhere near their production from last year.
    Respect to them for their resiliency after the closing of the school.

    94-
    Same could be said for Millilani and their game against Bosco or Lulu.
    Lets just hope both teams come with it and give us peeps a good entertaining match.

    Perspective:
    Even at its worst, which I think I watched last night, Punahou still managed to win the game.
    They have to be theeeee most penalized/undisciplined? team in the state. Hands down. I think they must have had at least close to 150 yds in penalties last night, throw in the 2 missed FGS, 3 turnovers for good measure and…………. still won.

    Sidenote:
    Meeeaaaannnnn the injury timeout to save their last timeout…………..classic.
    And when he was told by the refs “hey coach, this not one timeout, get your coaches off the field”, snap, crackle, pop, he get anger. unreeeeaaallll.


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