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Amosa Amosa out as Campbell football coach


    Amosa Amosa spent nine years as Campbell High School’s football coach.

After nine years at his dream coaching gig, the era of Amosa Amosa as Campbell football coach has come to a close.

Amosa got the news today, stepping down after Campbell athletic director Sam Delos Reyes indicated that the program “will go in a different direction.”

The Sabers, who finished second in the OIA Blue (Division I) during the regular season, lost to Farrington in the league playoffs. Campbell reached the semifinals of the D-I state tournament, falling to ‘Iolani. They were 7-5 this season.

Here’s more on the move via Hawaii Prep World.

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      • I agree allie…usually the whole story is someone wants into the program who is a friend of the AD…or a parent who give a lot of kala to the program complains that his kid is not a starter. Either way, Campbell is losing a good coach.

  • What’s with oia AD’s? Think of these similar instances over the past few years. I see coaches doing great things and then I see ad’s undercutting these men and women with little more than hesitation.

  • Coach Amosa is a great coach and an even greater man. He treats his players like men and is a real gentleman to others. One of the nicest people I’ve ever met. This is shameful.

  • What direction were we currently going in and what direction is the AD want to go. Coach has helped players continue college education thru football abilities. Shame on AD Sam Delos Reyes! Winning is building fine young men post high school. AUWE!

  • Two good, respectable and honorable coaches terminated within the last two months? Winning is good but it is not the be all and end all. These two coaches (Maeda and Amosa) taught our impressionable young men about hard work, teamwork and responsibility as well as the game of football. The former traits will stand these young men in good stead than having a winning football record. How short sighted these ADs are.

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