POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, May 27, 2012
~~<p>In its 11th annual edition, the Pacific Islands Athletic Alliance football combine went electronic.</p>
In its 11th annual edition, the Pacific Islands Athletic Alliance football combine went electronic.
For the first time, the combine used an electronic timing system, and the 200-plus student-athletes on the field at Saint Louis got the benefit Saturday. Among them is Saint Louis wide receiver Jeremy Tabuyo, who ran a 4.43 in the 40-yard dash. The timing system is operated by Sport Testing, a company from Toronto. The group has worked with hockey's Montreal Canadiens and the Canadian Football League. They worked at PIAA's inaugural soccer combine on Thursday before taking the field on Saturday for the football event. Login for more...