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
Saint Louis has the most decorated football program in the state with 17 prep-bowl and state tournament titles.
After a huge upset win last week, the Hurricanes are rewarded with the top draw in the Open Division tournament.
Brackets for Open Division, Division I, and Division II of the HHSAA state football tournament.
Welcome to Season 4, Episode 10 of Cover2: Hawaii High School Football Weekly.
Voting is open on KHON2.com and will remain that way until Nov. 15.