Winning record on the line for Hawaii vs. mainland

Mililani freshman Kai Banks finished with seven catches for 116 yards and a touchdown against St. John Bosco. Photo by Steven Georges/Special to the Star-Advertiser.

So far, Hawaii high school football teams are 6-5 against mainland squads.

Two more Hawaii vs. mainland games remain in 2018 — Kaimuki at Sierra Vista (Las Vegas) on Friday, and Farrington vs. Carson (Carson, Calif.) on Saturday at Liberty High in Las Vegas.

On Aug. 11, Baldwin started it off the transpacific competition in a 74-55 loss to Bartlett (Anchorage, Alaska).


No. 1 Saint Louis’ 47-7 victory over Narbonne (Los Angeles) at Aloha Stadium on Aug. 17 is Hawaii’s biggest highlight thus far.

The results of the Hawaii vs. mainland games so far are listed below.

Saturday, Aug. 11
>> Barlett (Anchorage, Alaska) 74, vs. Baldwin 55, at War Memorial Stadium


Friday, Aug. 17
>> No. 1 Saint Louis 47, Narbonne (Los Angeles) 7, at Aloha Stadium
>> Kamehameha-Maui 51, American Leadership Academy (Gilbert, Ariz.) 18
>> Waimea 35, Classical Academy (Escondido, Calif.) 14, at Hanapepe Stadium

Friday, Aug. 24
>> No. 6 Kamehameha 17, at Carson (Carson, Calif.) 6

Friday, Aug. 31
>> St. John Bosco (Bellflower, Calif.) 52, No. 3 Mililani 14
>> No. 4 Campbell 37, at O’Connor 20 (Phoenix)
>> Clackamas (Clackamas, Ore.) 7, at No. 8 ‘Iolani 0
>> Mt. Spokane (Mead, Wash.) 42, No. 9 Damien 14, at Whitworth University
>> No. 10 Kapolei 23, at Downey (Downey, Calif.) 14
>> Desert Hills (St. George, Utah) 42, Kealakehe 0


Friday, Sept. 7
>> Kaimuki at Sierra Vista (Las Vegas)

Saturday, Sept. 8
>> Farrington vs. Carson (Carson, Calif.), at Liberty High field

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