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Kamehameha ready for another run

Kamehameha has the talent to overcome some key departures

By Paul Honda

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 04, 2014

~~<p><span style="font-size: 12px;">There is nothing quite like cohesiveness. Unity. Focus. Right now, that's what the Kamehameha Warriors have, and there's no way coach Doug Cosbie and his team will surrender any of those strengths.</span></p>
<p>Even with the graduation of super seniors from last year's 9-2 team (6-2 ILH), the Warriors clock in with the No. 4 ranking in the Star-Advertiser Preseason Top 10. Gone is running back Kainoa Simao, who rushed for 863 yards and nine touchdowns in a four-game stretch after stepping in for Brandon Kahookele (786 yards, five TDs in six games before a knee injury).</p>
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There is nothing quite like cohesiveness. Unity. Focus. Right now, that's what the Kamehameha Warriors have, and there's no way coach Doug Cosbie and his team will surrender any of those strengths.

Even with the graduation of super seniors from last year's 9-2 team (6-2 ILH), the Warriors clock in with the No. 4 ranking in the Star-Advertiser Preseason Top 10. Gone is running back Kainoa Simao, who rushed for 863 yards and nine touchdowns in a four-game stretch after stepping in for Brandon Kahookele (786 yards, five TDs in six games before a knee injury). Login for more...



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