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Early player development is key to Lunas’ gridiron success

  • RODNEY S. YAP / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Michael Arakawa, with hat, and Lanny Tihada, with sunglasses, talked to the Lahaina Big Boyz football team during halftime at a game played at Kulamalu field in 2014.

    RODNEY S. YAP / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER

    Michael Arakawa, with hat, and Lanny Tihada, with sunglasses, talked to the Lahaina Big Boyz football team during halftime at a game played at Kulamalu field in 2014.

  • RODNEY S. YAP / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Lahainaluna High School co-head coach Robert “Bobby” Watson, left, spoke to the team during the Lunas’ 2018 playoff game against Roosevelt.

    RODNEY S. YAP / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER

    Lahainaluna High School co-head coach Robert “Bobby” Watson, left, spoke to the team during the Lunas’ 2018 playoff game against Roosevelt.

  • RODNEY S. YAP / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Lahaina’s offense tried to move the ball against Upcountry during a Maui Big Boyz League game in 2014.

    RODNEY S. YAP / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER

    Lahaina’s offense tried to move the ball against Upcountry during a Maui Big Boyz League game in 2014.

The future of Maui prep football starts now, according to Lahainaluna High School’s veteran co-head coach Bobby Watson. Or, to be more precise, on Jan. 19, when the Maui Big Boyz football league kicks off its 2020 spring season. Read more

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