(5) Waianae vs. (7) Mililani; (8) Farrington vs. (9) Campbell; Moanalua vs. (4) Kapolei
When they won their first league title in 1943, the football team was called the Ramberiers.
The Buffanblu are looking to get their fifth state tournament ticket in six years.
It’s been six weeks since Konawaena was last atop the Cover2/GEICO Division II Power Poll, but now they return as No. 1.
Welcome to Season 4, Episode 6 of Cover2: Hawaii High School Football Weekly, a.k.a. “’70s Night.”
BYU head football coach Kalani Sitake has reopened the recruiting connection to Provo, Utah for Hawaii players.
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 Teo says Liufau has incredible closing speed and his attitude makes him a coach’s dream.
Kamehameha Hawaii vs. (2*) Konawaena; Kamehameha Maui vs. (5*) Lahainaluna; Kauai vs. (1*) Kapaa
The well-read players at Waipahu take this week’s quiz.
Sophomore linebacker Miki Ah You proves Hawaii Strong bloodlines are still feeding the big Red machine.
Kaiser vs. (8) Farrington; Castle vs. Moanalua; Aiea vs. Leilehua
Several buildings on campus are on the National Register of Historic Places.
The winner of this match-up faces Mililani, the 2014 state champions, in the OIA quarterfinals.
Friday, October 7th Iolani (3-5) (2) Punahou (5-1) 3:15 @ Punahou (4) Saint Francis (3-2) Pac-Five (2-3) 5:00 @ Aloha Stadium Kaiser (…
The Crusaders are unbeaten no more. Punahou (5-1) takes over as the No. 2 team in the latest Cover2/GEICO Division I Power Poll after defeat…
Welcome to Season 4, Episode 5 of Cover2: Hawaii High School Football Weekly.
His team has won it six times since 2007.
Coach Poole says he settled in Kailua after serving in the Marine Corps and Kalaheo became the school for his children.
Coach Brian Te‘o says the Kamehameha offensive lineman has the tools that could one day lead him to the NFL.