John Veneri and Chelsea Hardin announce this year’s winners.
Coach Santiago has had several of his players play at the Division I college level, and some go on to the NFL.
Coach Passas has a special player under his guidance in Tua Tagovailoa.
Hernandez has been the only head football coach at Kapolei.
The former NFL player says it’s now an honor to come back and coach at his alma mater.
The broadcaster is also a former player and coach and serves with Honolulu’s finest at his day job.
Coach Maafala says there’s inspiration to be drawn from former fellow UH Rainbow Warrior Nick Rolovich and how his team is playing recently.
Coach Poole says he settled in Kailua after serving in the Marine Corps and Kalaheo became the school for his children.
Lau is a Saint Louis graduate who recognizes the somewhat awkward situation he faces coaching for the rival school.
Johnny and Nate also look into how concepts in the video game “Madden” translate into real world coaching.
It’s the first season with the Cougars for Martinez, but coach says things are progressing well on the field.
HHSAA executive director Chris Chun sheds some light into the switch to three divisions for the football state championships.
Winners were decided by a panel of voters representing Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Hawaii Island, and the online viewer vote at KHON2.com.
Mark says broadcasting has always been a passion of his, and he says brother John helped mentor him.
Coach Tata says he and his team are not satisfied with just the OIA title.
The Punahou senior running back is verbally committed to play college football at BYU.
The Damien alumnus and former University of Hawaii standout led the team to an ILH Division II championship and a birth in the state tournam…
The former University of Hawaii captain says he’s seen his team grow in its first season at the Division I level.
The former University of Hawaii assistant head coach talks about some differences between coaching decades ago and now.
Coach Lincoln Barit has been involved with the program for some 35 years and has four sons also coaching in Waialua.