Castle’s Lewis recovering from concussion

Castle football player Keola Lewis, who was taken to a hospital on a stretcher during Saturday’s game against Campbell at Aloha Stadium, is recovering from a concussion and neck strain, according to Knights coach Nelson Maeda.

“Good news,” Maeda texted Hawaii Prep World. “Not to trivialize it, but (the injury) looked worse than what was (eventually) diagnosed.”


Lewis, a 5-foot-6, 130-pound junior slotback and defensive back, was hurt on a Campbell kickoff return and was attended to on the field for about 10 minutes before an ambulance arrived.


The Knights beat the Sabers in the Oahu Interscholastic Association cross-division game, 33-32.

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