VIDEO: Punahou-Torrey Pines highlights

Punahou quarterback Stephen Barber dropped back for a pass in the first quarter against Torrey Pines. Photo by Bruce Asato/Star-Advertiser.

No. 3 Punahou turned a close game into a 23-7 win over Torrey Pines (Calif.) on Friday night. Three videos posted: Game highlights and an interview with Buffanblu coach Kale Ane; defensive MVP linebacker Maninoa Tufono chats after the game; and quarterback/offensive MVP Stephen Barber chats after passing for 244 yards and rushing for 94.


  1. RidgeRunnerE-5 August 26, 2017 9:28 am

    “Sons of O’ahu”…I like it. Especially since their roster consists of players from all over the island.

  2. Hau'ulaBoy August 26, 2017 11:19 am

    Really nice duds. I like it. Sons of O’ahu. Their play on the field looked OK though. They need to get better to beat St. Louis. Crusaders D is way better than this opponent.

  3. anywaaaays!! August 26, 2017 2:38 pm

    More like the sons of recruiting. That’s all the corrupt ILH football factory does. They just steal kids from their homes to play football for them because they know without football, none of their schools will matter. RRFL!

  4. anywaaaays!! August 26, 2017 3:56 pm

    Isn’t it weird how there’s only highlight videos for punahou this weekend? Kahuku and other OIA teams played but only Punahou gets a highlight video? Goes to show how deep the ILH agenda goes.

  5. Das4Sure August 27, 2017 3:59 am

    Punahou School is good in recruiting because everyone wants to go there! Too bad they only accept the smarter ones, that’s the reason why they want to go to Punahou, for the education because football isn’t forever but your friends from school will go a long way, especially if they become Ceo of banks and Fortune 500 CO’s. When was the last time a Kahuku grad hired you?

  6. anywaaaays!! August 27, 2017 8:07 am

    Good one, Das4Sure/Education First. We all know that you just have a blind hate for Kahuku and public school. RRFL!

  7. Das4Sure August 27, 2017 8:55 am

    Annywaays, listening to your comments I know you never had the opportunity to compete in the toughest league(ILH), that’s why your so Kahuku this Kahuku that, Saint Louis has a Heisman Trophy winner and he didn’t go there because he was forced, he went there because it was his dream so stop hating and start recognizing that there’s opportunity and no opportunity! The kids that leave that bubble of comfort called Kahuku are the brave ones while you want to keep them there to stand on the sidelines with the other 100 children!

  8. Hyn August 27, 2017 9:31 am

    Anywaays you are so ignorant I can’t imagine how much people on this forum doesn’t like you.
    Das4sure- could’ve said it better!

  9. anywaaaays!! August 27, 2017 8:20 pm

    You guys calling me ignorant. Whatever. The only people who are ignorant are those who are blind to the ILH agenda. Wake up.

  10. RecruitOrDie August 28, 2017 12:59 am

    Anywaaays is RedRaider4LifeBaby knows that Kahuku is just as good of a recruiter as any ILH school because 2 of their recent starting RB’s is from Utah and came from great programs so don’t point fingers and say You You You because 3 point back at Me Me Me, (ILH agenda my arsh)hahahaha!

  11. HaterofHaters September 1, 2017 1:32 pm

    Kahuku Recruits Internationally. I know some kids being turned back at customs because they say they’re visiting when in actuality they going to play for Kahuku. Just because their aunty or uncle lives in the neighborhood its still recruiting. Morons

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