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No. 1 Saint Louis and No. 4 Punahou forced to postpone ILH football game due to coronavirus

  • JAMM AQUINO / 2019
                                Saint Louis wide receiver Roman Wilson hauled in a pass for a huge gain over Punahou defensive back Eli Thompson during the first half of an ILH Open division football playoff game at Aloha Stadium.

    JAMM AQUINO / 2019

    Saint Louis wide receiver Roman Wilson hauled in a pass for a huge gain over Punahou defensive back Eli Thompson during the first half of an ILH Open division football playoff game at Aloha Stadium.

Friday’s ILH football game at Aloha Stadium between No. 1 Saint Louis and No. 4 Punahou has been postponed due to COVID-19 protocols, school officials confirmed Wednesday.

It’s the second time in as many weeks at least one ILH game has been called off.

A game between Saint Louis II and Pac-Five last week was also postponed due to COVID-19 protocols.

Saint Louis, which lost to nationally-ranked Bishop Gorman in Las Vegas on Aug. 20, was expecting to play its first game in Hawaii since defeating Kahuku in the 2019 Open Division state final, 45-6.

The Crusaders have won 35 straight games against Hawaii opponents. The last loss was to the Buffanblu, 33-20, in September 2016.

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