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Marques, Failauga help Waipahu upset Waianae

Waipahu’s season opener summoned decade-old memories for Marauders coach Bryson Carvalho. Read More

No. 9 Kapolei cruises past Castle

No struggles this time. Kapolei dominated on both sides of the ball to defeat Castle 53-7 in a nonleague football season opener for both teams last night. Read More

Tie feels like a win for Kaiser football

A tie game on the scoreboard was a resounding win for the Hawaii Kai football community on Friday night. Read More
 
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Farrington rolls to victory over Leilehua

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With a multitude of smashmouth drives and a defense that racked up six sacks, the visiting Farrington Governors rolled to a 35-16 win over Leilehua on Friday night at soggy Hugh Yoshida Stadium. Read More

Konawaena Wildcats enter Kahuku’s lair

Maybe it is the old-is-the-new-new format of Oahu’s public and private schools clashing on the football field in regular-season play. Read More

Prep football: Saint Louis Crusaders are the team to beat

Every team wants to be where Saint Louis is right now — on top of the Hawaii high school football kingdom. Read More
 
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Kahuku’s new head coach Sterling Carvalho shows enthusiasm

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So far, Sterling Carvalho is showing what he is made of as an enthusiastic leader. Read More
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Waipahu trending up in newly formed D-I

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The arrow has been pointing upward for the Waipahu Marauders since Bryson Carvalho took over as head coach for the 2015 football season. Read More

Kaiser football rising from the ashes

A quick glimpse of Kaiser Stadium on a weekday afternoon shows no sign of the misery that was Kaiser football in 2017. Read More
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OIA-ILH alliance was forged through tenacious behind-the-scenes talks

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An agreement in February between the Oahu Interscholastic Asssociation and the Interscholastic League of Honolulu created three divisions featuring a total of 29 football teams. Read More

Keith Amemiya leads those in Hawaii who make it happen

When the football alliance of the public-school OIA and private-school ILH was announced, ending five decades of acrimony, its architect, Keith Amemiya faced a recurring question from friends and acquaintances. Read More
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OIA-ILH alliance paves way for high school football’s return to prominence

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A few short months ago, Oahu high school athletics administrators reached a deal that by most accounts was highly improbable. Read More

Mililani QB Dillon Gabriel commits to Army

Mililani quarterback Dillon Gabriel, who will enter his senior season 2,057 passing yards shy of the state’s career record held by Tua Tagovailoa, announced his college commitment on Monday. Read More
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Moanalua’s Tupu Alualu upholds family name at GPA football camp

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Most coaches at Wednesday’s GPA Football Showcase didn’t know the names of the players they were guiding, so a kid by the name of Tupu Alualu won the defensive lineman MVP award on merit — and not by name recognition. Read More
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All-State baseball’s top players were big time in crunch time

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Baldwin’s Anthony Hoopii-Tuionetoa and Kailua’s Stone Parker delivered when the stakes were high. Read More

Athletic directors have chance to improve football overtime rules

Lahainaluna’s Division II state football championship victory over Konawaena last November was definitely one for the record books. And it is time to assure that the longest football game in our state’s history stays there. Read More

Former Olympian and Hall of Honor inductee’s message: ‘Be grateful’

The speech wasn’t difficult to write. All the 45-year-old Kevin Wong had to think about was what to tell the 17-year-old version of Kevin Wong during tonight’s Enterprise/HHSAA Hall of Honor induction banquet. Read More

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