Iolani’s offense is lead by junior Tai-John Mizutani while Mililani is paced by sophomore Dillon Gabriel.
The freshman is playing bigger than his 5-foot-11-inch frame would suggest and is a nightmare for opposing offenses.
This sophomore punt returner/strong safety/running back is doing it all.
The junior has 22 tackles, more than six sacks and can play anywhere on the defensive front.
Hilo slot back Kainalu Tiogangco is a foundation the Vikings are building on.
The junior also sees time at running back and has great work ethic.
Coach Teo says Liufau has incredible closing speed and his attitude makes him a coach’s dream.
Coach Brian Te‘o says the Kamehameha offensive lineman has the tools that could one day lead him to the NFL.
The freshman has five touchdowns in five games this season.
‘Iolani wide receiver Justin Genovia is an explosive one to watch.
The sophomore is the leading rusher in the state so far this season.
Coach Brian Teo says Farrington senior Tanu “TJ” Tautolo is one to watch this season.
Coach says Blaise Manabe of Radford can do nearly anything on the field while Kapaa linebacker Mosese Fifita is everything a Division I coll…
Coach says Saint Louis junior cornerback Jalen Saole plays both zone and man-to-man.
Coach says opposing offensive players may want to get out of bounds before experiencing Mamea’s full force.
Kahuku defensive back Stokes Botelho is worth keeping an eye on in this weekend’s OIA title game.
Juniors Seyddrick Lakalaka of Punahou and Isaac Slade-Matautia of Saint Louis have been friends since the seventh grade.
The six-foot junior leads his team’s defense and hits especially hard for someone his size.
Offensive lineman Mo Unutoa of Kapaa High School has a bright and maybe even professional football future ahead of him.
Coach Te‘o watched the tape and says Ewing reminds him of undersized NFL quarterback Doug Flutie.