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Prep Football Preview Special
Prep Football Preview
Game of the Week
SL staffer Michael Lasquero highlights a few players from a number of different sports to watch for next year.
SL photographer Michael Lasquero shares a collection of his favorite images of the 2019-20 season.
SL reporter Michael Lasquero takes a look back at some of the most memorable games he's witnessed over the years.
Moanalua's 2OT championship victory would not have been possible without the defense.
The two defensive linemen combined for five tackles for loss and two quarterback hurries.
Youth at the pins have not deterred Le Jardin in its move up from Division II.
Farrington went back to a run-heavy offense to get its first win of the year last Friday.
The pair of MIL all-stars did not play in Lahainaluna's season-opening loss to Damien.
The junior RB was the first Aiea player to rush for over 100 yards since Aug. 14, 2015.
After years of running the Wing-T, the Menehunes are moving to a spread offense.
The former Pop Warner coach led Kauai to five straight wins to begin the 2018 season.
Mililani's Mark Hirayama was a hitting coach at Punahou when coach Keenan Sue was playing.
Laiakea Hirahara came into his own in the final two sets against Punahou Wednesday night.
The 6-foot senior played MB as a freshman and was the starting setter the past two years.
Tourney's Most Outstanding Player played through a MCL sprain Saturday night.
The 12-team tournament begins on Wednesday with first round games at Damien and Kalani.
Senior guard tallied 11 points and six steals off the bench to help Kailua beat Kahuku.
Two early stops in the first half was the difference maker in back-and-forth affair.
The Mililani senior did not start, but was the difference maker for the winning team.
Both the Red Raiders and the Trojans switched up their offense in their semifinal wins.
Saint Francis held Pearl City to 138 yards in last week's win, but had 161 penalty yards.
Given where the Kaiser football team was a year ago, Friday's showing was a success.
The senior outside hitter had 11 kills to give the Trojans a boost against the Seariders.
Raiders will now host Moanalua in the first round of the D1 tourney Monday.
Kaimi Kalei, Nani Santos and Kealani Neves gives the Saints a steady group of ball handlers.
After the Maryknoll Spartans’ 68-34 win over Mid-Pacific Monday night at Mills Gymnasium there’s no denying who’s the odds-on-favorite to win the Division I state title this season.
Paige Hilliard was among 40 other Hawaii high school seniors that put ink to paper at the annual early NLI signing day ceremony held at the Waikiki Elks Lodge.
Waipahu receiver Isaac Yamashita has missed most of the season with a shoulder injury, but came up big in the league title game against Pearl City.
The third phase of the game was the difference in the Chargers' two wins over the Bulldogs in 2017.
The senior kicker made five PATs and three field goals in Mililani's win over the visiting Golden Hawks.
Both QB Marcus Faufata-Pedrina and Zion Tupuola-Fetui have led their respective teams to 5-1 starts, which include an undefeated streak in league play.
The defending state champions utilized a 6-2 offense to down the Buffanblu Tuesday night to improve to 4-2 at the midseason point of the ILH D1 season.
The No. 6 Jersey for the Hilo football team does not represent an individual player, but all past, present and future Vikings.
Kahuku is making an effort to develop a passing game in the early stages of the 2017 season.
The two-time All-Hawaii Division II First Team quarterback has passed for 5,022 yards and 33 touchdowns heading into his senior year.
Some notes and observations that didn’t make it into Friday night’s game recap.
Tuesday night's 7-on-7 scrimmage at John Kauinana Stadium featured two non-senior quarterbacks that already hold FBS college offers.
About 300 student-athletes participated in the Hawaii Football Combine at Saint Louis' field last Saturday.
The Mililani boys volleyball team have been plugging away despite having new faces at key positions, including head coach.
Saint Francis starts four sophomores and two freshmen in their lineup and had a nine-game winning streak to start league play.
Pin attackers Ryan Wilcox, Ethan Siegfried and Kanai Akana give Punahou the personnel to run a 5-1 offense.
Eight-time defending Division II champion Hawaii Baptist has a handful of reserves from a season ago stepping into new positions.
All the running that the Mid-Pacific girls basketball team did in practice culminated into the school's first-ever state title.
A strong effort on the defensive end jumpstarted Hawaii Baptist's big win over the Jr. Bows Friday night.
Maryknoll overcame a strong shooting spree by Kamehameha to come out victorious Friday night.
Defense set the tone in Kahuku's 53-37 win over Kailua Wednesday night.
The Campbell girls basketball team returns a solid core that is looking to improve on last season's 6-4 regular season mark.
The Mililani Trojans made sure their trip to Maui was all business.
Iolani reshuffled the positions of several players from a year ago to great success as the Raiders brought home their first Girls Volleyball state title in 15 years last Saturday.
Kahuku utilized a two back, pro-style offense to great success in its 63-0 playoff win over visiting Leilehua last Friday.
Kalani dual-threat QB Seth Tina-Soberano gave Wapahu's defense gave all it can handle before the Marauders came up with a stop to preserve the victory.
Andrew Valladares made a handful of plays on special teams and kicker Damien Santiago kicked a field goal and was a perfect 7 for 7 on PATs to help Mililani get by the Mules.
The junior Konawaena quarterback and junior Saint Francis safety has been instrumental to their respective team's success.
Five teams in the OIA Division II are still in contention for the playoffs, but only four will get in.
Lahainaluna running back, Kamehameha outside hitter recognized as top prep athletes in 2019-20 school year. > Archive
SL staffer Michael Lasquero highlights a few players from a number of different sports to watch for next year. > Archive
As government restrictions stemming from COVID-19 are reduced, our ability to exercise is increasing. Getting back into game shape requires proper training to avoid injuries. Learn more from Ross Oshiro, Sports Medicine Coordinator at The Queen's Medical Center. > Archive
Leilehua and Roosevelt head off island this weekend to take on Baldwin and Kamehameha-Hawaii, respectively. > Archive