Welcome to Season 4, Episode 8 of Cover2: Hawaii High School Football Weekly.
Mililani wide receiver Andrew Valladares had seven catches, 214 yards and four touchdowns receiving against Waianae last week.
The former NFL player says it’s now an honor to come back and coach at his alma mater.
Hilo slot back Kainalu Tiogangco is a foundation the Vikings are building on.
Pearl City vs. (5*) Waipahu; (T6) Baldwin vs. Maui; Kamehameha-Hawaii vs. (1*) Konawaena
If UH is Pride Rock, which Disney location is Waialua?
The defensive tackle moonlights as a six-time world champion fireknife dancer.
(T6) Farrington vs. (4) Kapolei; (4*) Damien vs. (2*) Saint Francis
The home of the Governors was established in 1936 and is named after former territorial Gov. Wallace Rider Farrington.
The Seariders are coming off a thriller of a win against Mililani and feature four running backs that average five yards-per-carry or better…
Friday, October 21 (2) Saint Francis (5-2) (4) Damien (5-2) 5:00pm @ Aloha Stadium Waiakea (3-7) (10) Hilo (7-1) 7:00pm @ Wong Stadium King …
Honolulu, HI (October 19, 2016) – The Polynesian Football Hall of Fame announced today that Quarterback Dylan McCaffrey (Valor Christian Hig…
It’s not an election year for Hawaii’s governor, but the Farrington Governors are making their case for control over the OIA’s Division I.
Welcome to Season 4, Episode 7 of Cover2: Hawaii High School Football Weekly.
The walk-on players at the University of Hawaii get an ice bath for helping to bring the pride back.
The broadcaster is also a former player and coach and serves with Honolulu’s finest at his day job.
The junior also sees time at running back and has great work ethic.
(1*) Konawaena vs. Kea‘au; (3*) Kapa‘a vs. Waimea; (5*) Lahainaluna vs. (6) Baldwin
The positive players at Pearl City take this week’s pop quiz.
That Hawaii Strong demeanor helped him overcome an injury that looked sure to be season-ending.