The school has decided to let go the former University of Hawaii standout, sources confirmed to KHON2.
He starts at Saint Louis on Monday, Dec. 5.
Welcome to Season 4 Finale of Cover2: Hawaii High School Football Weekly.
From the fans to Sam’s wife Chassis, this wouldn’t be possible without you.
For three years, he treated Hawaii to a quarterbacking “Tua-torial.”
John Veneri and Chelsea Hardin announce this year’s winners.
For the first time in 10 years, we have an all-neighbor-island contest for the Division II crown.
Iolani’s offense is lead by junior Tai-John Mizutani while Mililani is paced by sophomore Dillon Gabriel.
Two years ago, the Trojans and Raiders were Division I and II champions respectively.
Some familiar faces are put to the test for this week’s pop quiz.
This is a rematch of last year’s Division I state title game.
Saturday, November 12th HHSAA Division II Semifinals (1) Konawaena (8-2) 14 (3) Lahainaluna (8-4) 28 FINAL (2) Kapa’a (8-1) 21 Damien (7-3) …
Welcome to Season 4, Episode 11 of Cover2: Hawaii High School Football Weekly.
Kahuku graduate Sam Choy for bringing the Cover2 gang to the kitchen.
Coach Santiago has had several of his players play at the Division I college level, and some go on to the NFL.
The freshman is playing bigger than his 5-foot-11-inch frame would suggest and is a nightmare for opposing offenses.
Damien vs. (1) Kapa‘a; Lahainaluna vs. (2) Konawaena
The cheer squad for Saint Louis School takes this week’s pop quiz.
Moku moved back to his birthplace of Oahu to find a Hawaii Strong support system from California to California Avenue.
Waianae vs. (2) Saint Louis; (3) Iolani vs. (2) Campbell