Insight, News, and Opinion by Nick Abramo
  • September 27, 2022
2022 Hawaii High School Football Command Center

This is your place to go for Bedrock Sports Hawaii’s 2022 high school football season coverage. Return here often at any point during the season for the latest stories, scores, standings, Power 5s rankings and updates to the master schedule.

To find this post again, go to BedrockSportsHawaii.com’s home page and look for the following gold graphic:

Links To The 10 Latest 2022 High School Football Stories:

(For previous 2022 high school stories, with coverage starting in March, scroll down to the bottom of this post past the master schedule)

>> WATCH: 4 Videos Of Kaiser’s Rally From Behind To Beat Kaimuki, 41-32  (Sept. 27)
>> WATCH: LOT O’ Videos Of Nanakuli’s 21-3 OIA Division II Win Over Pearl City (PART C) Sept. 26
>> WATCH: LOT O’ Videos Of Nanakuli’s 21-3 OIA Division II Win Over Pearl City (PART B) Sept. 26
>> WATCH: LOT O’ Videos Of Nanakuli’s 21-3 OIA Division II Win Over Pearl City (PART A) Sept. 26
>> Photo Gallery Of Kaiser’s 41-32 OIA Division II Comeback Victory Over Kaimuki (Sept. 26)
>> FOCUS ON FOOTBALL: Three Squads Already Locked Into 16-Team Hawaii Football State Championships (Sept. 26)
>> ALL The WEEK 8 Scores And The WEEK 9 Schedule; Lahainaluna Sweeps Season Series Against Maui (Sept. 24)
>> FOCUS ON FOOTBALL: Kaiser’s Second-Half Upsurge Is Enough To Not Let Kaimuki Slip Away (Sept. 25)
>> FOCUS ON FOOTBALL: With Mammoth Moments, Nanakuli Bursts Into First Past Pearl City, 21-3 (Sept. 24)
>> Nanakuli Clinches OIA D-II Playoff Spot; All The Friday WEEK 8 Scores (Sept. 24)

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Bedrock Sports Hawaii’s High School Standings

>> Click on the links below to go to any of the 47 school team pages; there are no team pages for secondary varsity teams at a particular school
>> League won lost records are followed by overall won-lost records in parentheses
>> Last update: Sept. 26

ILH Open Division
>> Punahou Buffanblu 2-0 (5-1)
>> Saint Louis Crusaders 1-1 (2-3)
>> Kamehameha Warriors 0-2 (0-4-1)

ILH Division I
>> ‘Iolani Raiders 1-0 (6-0)
>> Damien Monarchs 0-1 (3-2)

ILH Division II
>> Saint Louis Crusaders II 2-0 (2-1)
>> Kamehameha Warriors II 2-0 (2-2)
>> d-PAC-5 Wolfpack 0-2 (2-2)
>> Punahou Buffanblu II 0-2 (0-3)
(d-clinched D-II state tournament berth)

OIA Open Division
>> Kahuku Red Raiders 4-0 (6-1)
>> Mililani Trojans 3-0 (4-2)
>> Kapolei Hurricanes 2-1 (5-1)
>> Campbell Sabers 2-2 (4-2)
>> Moanalua Na Menehune 1-3 (2-4-1)
>> Waianae Seariders 1-3 (2-4)
>> Leilehua Mules 0-4 (0-5-1)

OIA Division I
>> Waipahu Marauders 4-0 (5-1)
>> Aiea Na Alii 2-1 (4-2)
>> Farrington Governors 2-1 (4-3)
>> Kailua Surfriders 2-1 (2-2-1)
>> Castle Knights 1-2 (1-5)
>> Roosevelt Rough Riders 1-3 (2-3)
>> Radford Rams 0-4 (1-5)

OIA Division II
>> x-Nanakuli Golden Hawks 5-0 (5-1)
>> Pearl City Chargers 4-1 (5-2)
>> Kaiser Cougars 3-2 (3-3)
>> Kaimuki Bulldogs 3-2 (3-3)
>> Waialua Bulldogs 2-3 (3-4)
>> Kalani Falcons 2-3 (2-4)
>> Kalaheo Mustangs 1-4 (1-6)
>> McKinley Tigers 0-5 (0-5)
(x-clinched playoff spot)

BIIF Division I
>> Konawaena Wildcats 5-0 (5-1)
>> Hilo Vikings 4-1 (4-2)
>> Keaau Cougars 2-3 (3-3)
>> Kealakehe Waveriders 1-4 (1-5)
>> Waiakea Warriors 0-4 (0-4)

BIIF Division II
>> Honokaa Dragons 6-0 (6-0)
>> Kamehameha-Hawaii Warriors 5-1 (6-1)
>> Hawaii Prep Ka Makani 4-2 (4-2)
>> Kohala Cowboys 2-5 (2-5)
>> Pahoa Daggers 1-5 (1-6)
>> Ka’u Trojans 0-5 (0-6)

MIL Division I
>> x-Lahainaluna Lunas 5-0 (6-0)
>> Maui Sabers 3-2 (4-2)
>> Baldwin Bears 0-5 (0-6)
(x-clinched first-round overall league title)

MIL Division II
>> King Kekaulike Na Alii 3-2 (3-3)
>> Kamehameha-Maui Warriors 1-3 (1-4)

KIF
>> d-Waimea Menehunes 3-0 (5-0)
>> b-Kapaa Warriors 2-1 (2-3)
>> Kauai Red Raiders 0-4 (1-5)
(b-clinched D-I state tournament berth; d-clinched D-II state tournament berth)

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2022 Bedrock Sports Hawaii Power 5s (After Week 7):

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State Football Berth-O-Meter (as of Sept. 26):

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The 2022 Hawaii High School Football Master Schedule And Scores

Times and dates subject to change
Last update: Sept. 25
Click the links for game stories (or photo galleries or videos)
Rankings shown are based on ScoringLive.com’s top 10 teams

WEEK 1

THURSDAY, AUG. 4
Nonleague
>> At Farrington 42, Waialua 7 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Nick Abramo)

FRIDAY, AUG. 5
Nonleague
>> At No. 4 Mililani 28, No. 2 Saint Louis 7 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Nick Abramo)
>> No. 7 ‘Iolani 67, at Kaiser 27 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Jarin Kobashigawa)
>> At Kailua 27, Leilehua 27 (ScoringLive.com, Michael Lasquero)
>> Honokaa at Keaau, canceled (COVID-19)

SATURDAY, AUG. 6
Nonleague
>> At No. 1 Kahuku 49, No. 6 Kamehameha 0 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Nick Abramo)
>> Aiea 41, No. 8 Kapaa 17, at Radford High field (ScoringLive.com, Kalani Takase)
>> At No. 10 Kapolei 70, Kealakehe 0 (ScoringLive.com, Michael Lasquero)
>> Waianae 26, at Castle 6 (ScoringLive.com, Leighland Tagawa)
>> At Roosevelt 51, McKinley 7 (ScoringLive.com)
>> Damien 53, Kalaheo 0, at Farrington High field (ScoringLive.com, Brandon Ching)
>> PAC-5 36, Pahoa 0, at Farrington High field (ScoringLive.com, Brandon Ching)
>> Pearl City 33, Kauai 22, at Vidinha Stadium (The Garden Island newspaper, Dennis Fujimoto)
>> Waimea 48, Kaimuki 6, at Hanapepe Stadium (The Garden Island newspaper, Dennis Fujimoto)

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WEEK 2

FRIDAY, AUG. 12
Nonleague
>> Mission Viejo (California) 34, at No. 2 Mililani 21 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Jarin Kobashigawa)
>> At No. 5 Campbell 34, Kailua 0 (ScoringLive.com, Brandon Ching)
>> At No. 6 ‘Iolani 56, Radford 41 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Jarin Kobashigawa)
>> At No. 9 Kapolei 42, Farrington 0 (Spectrum News, Brian McInnis)
>> Waipahu 36, at Leilehua 25 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Nick Abramo)
>> At Granger (West Valley City, Utah) 30, Konawaena 7 (LevelUp YouTube.com channel)
>> Maui 16, Nanakuli 0, at War Memorial Stadium (The Maui News, Rob Collias)

SATURDAY, AUG 13
Nonleague
>> No. 3 Saint Louis 49, Kapaa 6, at Baptiste Sports Complex (The Garden Island newspaper, Dennis Fujimoto)
>> No. 4 Punahou 35, Moanalua 0  (ESPNHonolulu.com, Nick Abramo)
>> No. 8 Lahainaluna 28, Hilo 20, at Wong Stadium (ScoringLive.com, Kalani Takase)
>> At Keaau 36, Kalani 21 (ScoringLive.com, Brien Ing)
>> Damien 18, at Pearl City 14 (ScoringLive.com)
>> PAC-5 41, Kalaheo 0, at Kailua High field (ScoringLive.com, Michael Lasquero)
>> Kauai 56, Baldwin 8, at Vidinha Stadium (The Garden Island newspaper, Dennis Fujimoto)
>> Kamehameha-Hawaii 25, at Kamehameha-Maui 21 (The Maui News, Rob Collias)
>> Warren (Downey, California) 50, at Kamehameha II 0 (KHON2.com, Christian Shimabuku)
>> Waimea 21, at King Kekaulike 10 (The Garden Island newspaper, Dennis Fujimoto)

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WEEK 3

THURSDAY, AUG. 18
BIIF Division II
>> At Honokaa 39, Ka’u 6
Nonleague
>> No. 4 Punahou 42, at Castle 0

FRIDAY, AUG. 19
OIA Division II
>> At Kaiser 60, McKinley 7 (ScoringLive.com)
BIIF Division I
>> Hilo 52, Kealakehe 2, at Kamehameha-Hawaii field (ScoringLive.com)
BIIF Division II
>> At Kamehameha-Hawaii 45, Hawaii Prep 0 (ScoringLive.com)
MIL
>> At King Kekaulike 27, Baldwin 6 (The Maui News, Rob Collias)
Nonleague
>> At No. 7 Kapolei, Aiea 24 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Nick Abramo)
>> Newport Harbor (Newport Beach, California) 26, at Farrington 7 (ScoringLive.com)

SATURDAY, AUG. 20
OIA Open
>> At No. 1 Kahuku 41, Waianae 6 (ScoringLive.com, Kalani Takase)
OIA Division II
>> Kalani 28, Kalaheo 7, at Kaiser High field (ScoringLive.com)
>> At Nanakuli 54, Waialua 13 (ScoringLive.com)
>> Pearl City 57, Kaimuki 34, at Farrington High field (ScoringLive.com, Brian Bautista)
BIIF Division I
>> Konawaena 74, at Waiakea 0 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Cole Cabrera)
BIIF Division II
>> At Kohala 36, Pahoa 6 (West Hawaii Today, Tom Linder)
MIL
>> At No. 9 Lahainaluna 17, Maui 10 (The Maui News, Rob Collias)
Nonleague
>> At No. 5 Campbell 51, Waipahu 14 (ScoringLive.com, Michael Lasquero)
>> At Moanalua 16, Damien 7 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Nick Abramo)
>> Kailua at Mililani, canceled (Kailua injuries)

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WEEK 4

THURSDAY, AUG. 25
BIIF Division II
>> At Kamehameha-Hawaii 31, Pahoa 0 (ScoringLive.com)

FRIDAY, AUG. 26
OIA Division I
>> At Waipahu 35, Radford 7 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Cole Cabrera)
OIA Division II
>> Kaimuki 40, Kalani 20, at Kaiser High field (ScoringLive.com)
BIIF Division I
>> At Konawaena 70, Kealakehe 0 (ScoringLive.com)
BIIF Division II
>> At Honokaa 29, Kohala 0 (Hawaii Tribune-Herald, Kelsey Walling)
MIL
>> Maui 44, Baldwin 0, at War Memorial Stadium (The Maui News, Rob Collias)
Nonleague
>> No. 4 Punahou 52, Waianae 7 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Nick Abramo)
>> No. 6 ‘Iolani 31, Castle 7 (ScoringLive.com, Leighland Tagawa)
>> At No. 8 Kamehameha 21, Moanalua 21 (ScoringLive.com, Brandon Ching)
>> Kapolei at Kailua, canceled (Kailua injuries)

SATURDAY, AUG. 27
OIA Open
>> At No. 1 Kahuku 57, Leilehua 14 (ScoringLive.com)
>> At No. 2 Mililani 35, No. 5 Campbell 34 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Nick Abramo)
OIA Division I
>> No. 10 Aiea 57, Roosevelt 7, at Radford High field (ScoringLive.com, Brandon Ching)
OIA Division II

>> Pearl City 27, McKinley 7, at Roosevelt High field (ScoringLive.com)
>> Waialua 33, Kalaheo 16, at Kailua High field
>> At Nanakuli 33, Kaiser 14 (ScoringLive.com, Michael Lasquero)
BIIF Division I
>> Hilo 41, Keaau 16, at Wong Stadium
BIIF Division II
>> At Hawaii Prep 42, Ka’u 20
KIF
>> Kapaa 28, Kauai 7, at Vidinha Stadium
MIL
>> At King Kekaulike 24, Kamehameha-Maui 16 (The Maui News, Rob Collias)

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WEEK 5

THURSDAY, SEPT. 1
BIIF Division II
>> Honokaa 34, at Pahoa 6
Nonleague
>> No. 9 Aiea 38, at Woodinville (Washington) 14

FRIDAY, SEPT. 2
OIA Open
>> No. 7 Kapolei 35, at Waianae 21 (Honolulu Star-Advertiser, Kyle Sakamoto)
OIA Division I
>> At Kailua 41, Castle 34 (Honolulu Star-Advertiser, Jonathan Chen)
OIA Division II
>> Kaimuki 69, McKinley 20, at Roosevelt High field (ESPNHonolulu.com, Nick Abramo)
>> Kaiser45, at Waialua 28 (ScoringLive.com, Michael Lasquero)
BIIF Division I
>> Konawaena 51, Hilo 6, at Wong Stadium (West Hawaii Today)
>> At Keaau 35, Waiakea 0
MIL
>> Maui 24, King Kekaulike 0, at War Memorial Stadium (The Maui News, Rob Collias)
Nonleague
>> Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas) 56, Saint Louis 14, at Mililani High field (ESPNHonolulu.com, Grant Shishido)
>> Farrington 21, at McMinnville (Oregon) 18 (ScoringLive.com)
>> Radford 42, at Magnolia (Anaheim, California) 6

SATURDAY, SEPT. 3
OIA Open
>> At No. 2 Mililani 56, No. 10 Moanalua 0 (ScoringLive.com, Michael Lasquero)
>> At No. 3 Campbell 54, Leilehua (ScoringLive.com, Brandon Ching)
OIA Division II
>> Pearl City 44, Kalaheo 0, at Kailua High field (ScoringLive.com)
>> Nanakuli 53, Kalani 20, at Kaiser High field (ScoringLive.com)
BIIF Division II
>> At Hawaii Prep 12, Kohala 7
>> Kamehameha-Hawaii 57, at Ka’u 8 (ScoringLive.com)
KIF
>> Waimea 44, Kauai 0, at Hanapepe Stadium (The Garden Island newspaper, Dennis Fujimoto)
MIL
>> No. 8 Lahainaluna 21, at Kamehameha-Maui 14 (The Maui News, Rob Collias)
Nonleague
>> At No. 1 Kahuku 27, No. 5 Punahou 20 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Nick Abramo)

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WEEK 6

THURSDAY, SEPT. 8
BIIF Division II
>> Hawaii Prep 45, at Pahoa 22

FRIDAY, SEPT. 9
OIA Open
>> At Moanalua 27, Leilehua 7 (ScoringLive.com, Kalani Takase)
OIA Division I
>> At Waipahu 43, Farrington 0 (ScoringLive.com, Michael Lasquero)
ILH Division I/II
>> At No. 6 ‘Iolani, 41, Saint Louis II 8 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Cole Cabrera)
OIA Division II
>> At Roosevelt 31, Radford 24 (ESPNHonolulu.com Nick Abramo)
BIIF Division I
>> Konawaena 66, at Keaau 0 (Hilo Tribune-Herald, Kelsey Walling)
BIIF Division II
>> At Honokaa 27, Kamehameha-Hawaii 23
MIL
>> Maui 10, Kamehameha-Maui 3, at War Memorial Stadium (The Maui News, Rob Collias)

SATURDAY, SEPT. 10
ILH Open Division
>> No. 5 Saint Louis 49, at Kamehameha 14 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Grant Shishido)
OIA Open
>> No. 1 Kahuku 16, at No. 4 Campbell 6 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Nick Abramo)
>> At No. 3 Mililani 57, Waianae 15
OIA Division I
>> No. 9 Aiea 13, Kailua 7, at Radford High field (ScoringLive.com)
ILH Division I/II
>> Kamehameha II 25, at Punahou II 14
BIIF Division I
>> Kealakehe 18, at Waiakea 16
BIIF Division II
>> At Kohala 36, Ka’u 30
KIF
>> Waimea 7, Kapaa 3, at Baptiste Sports Complex (The Garden Island newspaper, Dennis Fujimoto)
MIL
>> No. 8 Lahainaluna 42, Baldwin 0, at War Memorial Stadium (The Maui News, Rob Collias)
Nonleague
>> At Waialua 22, Molokai 14 (The Maui News, Rob Collias)

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WEEK 7

FRIDAY, SEPT. 16
OIA Division I
>> At Farrington 42, Radford 0 (ScoringLive.com, Brandon Ching)
>> Castle 27, at Roosevelt 24 (ScoringLive.com)
ILH Division I/II
>> Kamehameha II 52, PAC-5 7
>> Saint Louis II 34, at Punahou II 20
OIA Division II
>> Kaimuki 53, at Waialua 33 (ScoringLive.com)
>> Pearl City 27, at Kaiser 21 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Nick Abramo)
>> At Nanakuli 40, Kalaheo 0 (ScoringLive.com)
BIIF Division II
>> At Kamehameha-Hawaii 40, Kohala 0 (ScoringLive.com)
>> At Honokaa 30, Hawaii Prep 6
MIL
>> Kamehameha-Maui 55, Baldwin 19, at War Memorial Stadium (The Maui News, Rob Collias)
Nonleague
>> Mater Dei (Santa Ana, California) 42, No. 3 Mililani 14, at St. John Bosco High field (ScoringLive.com, Michael Lasquero)
>> At Liberty (Henderson, Nev.) 25, Kamehameha 18 (Las Vegas Review-Journal, Damon Seiters)

SATURDAY, SEPT. 17
ILH Open Division
>> No. 2 Punahou 43, No. 5 Saint Louis 19, at Farrington High field (ScoringLive.com, Kalani Takase)
OIA Open
>> No. 7 Kapolei 42, at No. 10 Moanalua 17 (ScoringLive.com)
ILH Division I/II
>> No. 6 ‘Iolani 13, Damien 12, at Farrington High field (ScoringLive.com, Kalani Takase)
OIA Division I
>> Waipahu 20, No. 9 Aiea 14, at Radford High field (ESPNHonolulu.com, Nick Abramo)
OIA Division II
>> Kalani 28, McKinley 7, at Roosevelt High field (ScoringLive.com)
BIIF Division I
>> At Keaau 28, Kealakehe 7
>> Hilo 2, at Waiakea 0 (forfeit)
BIIF Division II
>> At Pahoa 40, Ka’u 38
KIF
>> Kapaa 27, Kauai 0, at Baptiste Sports Complex (The Garden Island newspaper, Dennis Fujimoto)
MIL
>> At No. 8 Lahainaluna 28, King Kekaulike 6 (The Maui News, Rob Collias)
Nonleague
>> At St. John Bosco (Bellflower, Calif.) 34, No. 1 Kahuku 7 (ScoringLive.com, Michael Lasquero)

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WEEK 8

THURSDAY, SEPT. 22
OIA Division II
>> At Waialua 36, Kalani 13 (ScoringLive.com)
BIIF Division I

>> At No. 10 Konawaena 86, Kealakehe 0 (West Hawaii Today, Tom Linder)

FRIDAY, SEPT. 23
OIA Open
>> No. 1 Kahuku 35, at No. 6 Kapolei 0 (ScoringLive.com, Michael Lasquero)
>> At No. 4 Campbell 51, No. 9 Moanalua 15 (ScoringLive.com, Kalani Takase)
ILH Division I/II
>> At No. 7 ‘Iolani 35, Punahou II 0
OIA Division I
>> Farrington 24, at Castle 20 (ScoringLive.com)
>> Kailua 41, at Radford 14 (ScoringLive.com)
>> At Waipahu 59, Roosevelt 24 (ScoringLive.com, Brandon Ching)
OIA Division II
>> Nanakuli 21, at Pearl City 3
BIIF Division I
>> Hilo 27, at Keaau 24
BIIF Division II
>> At Kamehameha-Hawaii 49, Pahoa 0
MIL
>> King Kekaulike 27, Baldwin 13, at War Memorial Stadium (The Maui News, Rob Collias)

SATURDAY, SEPT. 24
ILH Open Division
>> At No. 2 Punahou 52, Kamehameha 7 (ScoringLive.com)
OIA Open
>> At Waianae 20, Leilehua 0 (ScoringLive.com)
ILH Division I/II
>> Saint Louis II 28, PAC-5 0, at Radford High field
>> Damien 32, at Kamehameha II 19
OIA Division II

>> At Kaiser 41, Kaimuki 32
>> Kalaheo 37, McKinley 0, at Kailua High field (ScoringLive.com, Brandon Ching)
BIIF Division II
>> Honokaa 10, at Kohala 7
>> Hawaii Prep 20, at Ka’u 14
KIF
>> Waimea 6, Kauai 0, at Vidinha Stadium (The Garden Island newspaper, Dennis Fujimoto)
MIL
>> No. 8 Lahainaluna 17, Maui 7, at War Memorial Stadium (The Maui News, Rob Collias)

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WEEK 9

THURSDAY, SEPT. 29
BIIF Division II
>> Kohala at Pahoa, 6 p.m.

FRIDAY, SEPT. 30
OIA Open
>> Leilehua at Mililani, 7:30 p.m.
ILH Division I/II
>> PAC-5 at Punahou II, 3:15 p.m.
>> Kamehameha II at ‘Iolani, 3:15 p.m.
OIA Division I
>> Farrington at Kailua, 7:30 p.m.
>> Waipahu at Castle, 7:30 p.m.
>> Aiea at Radford, 7:30 p.m.
OIA Division II
>> Kalani at Pearl City, 7:30 p.m.
BIIF Division I
>> Hilo at Kealakehe, 7 p.m.
>> Waiakea at Konawaena, 7 p.m.
MIL
>> King Kekaulike at Kamehameha-Maui, 7 p.m.
Nonleague
>> St. Frances Academy (Baltimore) at Kahuku, 7:30 p.m.

SATURDAY, OCT. 1
ILH Open Division
>> Saint Louis at Kamehameha, 7 p.m.
OIA Open
>> Campbell at Kapolei, 6:30 p.m.
ILH Division I/II
>> Saint Louis II vs. Damien, at Radford High field, 7 p.m.
OIA Division II
>> McKinley at Waialua, 6 p.m.
>> Kaiser vs. Kalaheo, at Kailua High field, 6 p.m.
>> Nanakuli vs. Kaimuki, at Roosevelt High field, 6;30 p.m.
BIIF Division II
>> Honokaa at Ka’u, 1 p.m.
>> Kamehameha-Hawaii at Hawaii Prep, 3 p.m.
KIF
>> Kapaa vs. Waimea, at Hanapepe Stadium, 7:30 p.m.
MIL
>> Baldwin vs. Maui, at War Memorial Stadium, 7 p.m.

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WEEK 10

THURSDAY, OCT. 6
BIIF Division II
>> Ka’u at Kamehameha-Hawaii, 5 p.m.

FRIDAY, OCT. 7
OIA Open
>> Kahuku at Moanalua, 7:30 p.m.
>> Campbell at Waianae, 7:30 p.m.
ILH Division I/II
>> Damien at ‘Iolani, 3:15 p.m.
OIA Division I
>> Waipahu at Kailua, 7:30 p.m.
OIA Division II
>> Waialua at Pearl City, 7 p.m.
>> Kalani at Kaiser, 7:30 p.m.
BIIF Division I
>> Hilo at Konawaena, 7 p.m.
BIIF Division II
>> Pahoa at Honokaa, 6 p.m.
MIL
>> Maui at King Kekaulike, 7 p.m.

SATURDAY, OCT. 8
ILH Open Division
>> Saint Louis at Punahou, 3 p.m.
OIA Open
>> Mililani at Kapolei, 6:30 p.m.
OIA Division I
>> Farrington at Roosevelt, 5:30 p.m.
>> Aiea at Castle, 6:30 p.m.
ILH Division I/II
>> Saint Louis II at Kamehameha II, 7 p.m.
OIA Division II
>> McKinley at Nanakuli, 6 p.m.
>> Kalaheo vs. Kaimuki, at Farrington High field, 6:30 p.,m.
BIIF Division I
>> Keaau at Waiakea, 11 a.m.
BIIF Division II
>> Hawaii Prep at Kohala, 1 p.m.
MIL
>> Kamehameha-Maui at Lahainaluna, 7 p.m.

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WEEK 11

THURSDAY, OCT. 13
BIIF Division II
>> Honokaa at Kamehameha-Hawaii, 5 p.m.

FRIDAY, OCT. 14
OIA Open
>> Mililani at Kahuku, 7:30 p.m.
>> Leilehua at Kapolei, 7:30 p.m.
ILH Division I/II
>> PAC-5 at ‘Iolani, 3:15 p.m.
OIA Division I
>> Radford at Castle, 7:30 p.m.
BIIF Division I
>> Keaau at Konawaena, 7 p.m.
>> Waiakea at Kealakehe 7 p.m.
MIL
>> Baldwin at Lahainaluna, 7 p.m.

SATURDAY, OCT. 15
ILH Open Division
>> Punahou at Kamehameha, 7 p.m.
OIA Open
>> Moanalua at Waianae, 6:30 p.m.
ILH Division I/II
>> Punahou II vs. Saint Louis II, at Farmington High field, 3 p.m.
OIA Division I
>> Aiea at Farrington, 6:30 p.m.
>> Roosevelt at Kailua, 6:30 p.m.
BIIF Division II
>> Kohala at Ka’u, 1 p.m.
>> Pahoa at Hawaii Prep, 1 p.m.
KIF
>> Kapaa vs. Kauai, at Vidinha Stadium, 2:30 p.m.
MIL
>> Maui at Kamehameha-Maui, 7 p.m.

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WEEK 12

FRIDAY, OCT. 21
OIA Open playoffs
>> Seed 4 at Seed 1, time and site TBA (or Saturday Oct. 22)
>> Seed 3 at Seed 2, time and site TBA (or Saturday, Oct. 22)
ILH Open Division Playoffs
>> Seed 3 vs. Seed 2, time and site TBA
OIA Division I
>> Seed 4 at Seed 1, time TBA (or Saturday, Oct. 22)
>> Seed 3 at Seed 2, time TBA (or Saturday, Oct. 22)
OIA Division II
>> Seed 4 at Seed 1, time TBA (or Saturday, Oct. 22)
>> Seed 3 at Seed 2, time TBA (or Saturday, Oct. 22)
BIIF Division I
>> Keaau at Kealakehe, 7 p.m.
>> Waiakea vs. Hilo, at Wong Stadium, 7 p.m.
MIL
>> Baldwin at Kamehameha-Maui, 7 p.m.

SATURDAY, OCT. 22
ILH Division I/II
>> Punahou II at Kamehameha II, 6 p.m.
>> Damien vs. PAC-5, at Farrington High field, 6 p.m.
BIIF Division II

>> Kamehameha-Hawaii vs. Kohala, at Hawaii Preparatory Academy field, noon
>> Honokaa at Hawaii Prep, 1 p.m.
>> Pahoa at Ka’u, 1 p.m.
KIF
>> Kauai vs. Waimea, at Hanapepe Stadium, 2:30 p.m.
MIL
>> Lahainaluna at King Kekaulike, 7 p.m.

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WEEK 13

FRIDAY, OCT. 28
ILH Open Division Championship, Game 1
>> Winner Seed 3/Seed 2 vs. Seed 1, at TC Ching Field, time TBA
OIA Open Division Championship Game
>> Semifinal winners, time and site TBA
OIA Division I Championship Game
>> Semifinal winners, time and site TBA
BIIF Division I Championship Game
>> Seed 2 at Seed 1, time TBA (or Saturday, Oct. 29)
BIIF Division II Championship Game
>> Seed 2 at Seed 1, time TBA (or Saturday, Oct. 29)
MIL Division I Championship Game
>> If necessary, teams, time and site TBA

SATURDAY, OCT. 29
ILH Division I/II
>> Saint Louis II at Kamehameha II, 6 p.m.
>> Damien at Punahou II, 9 a.m.
MIL Division II Championship Game

>> If necessary, time and site TBA
KIF
>> Waimea vs. Kapaa, at Baptiste Sports Complex, 2:30 p.m.

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WEEK 14

FRIDAY, NOV. 4
ILH Open Division Championship, Game 2
>> If necessary, teams, times, site TBA

SATURDAY, NOV. 5
KIF Championship Game
>> If necessary, teams, site, time TBA

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WEEK 15

FRIDAY, NOV. 11
State Division I first round
>> Game 1, teams, time, site TBD
>> Game 2, teams, time, site TBD

SATURDAY, NOV. 12
State Division II first round
>> Game 1, teams, time, site TBD
>> Game 2, teams, time, site TBD

WEEK 16

FRIDAY, NOV. 18
State Open Division semifinals
>> Game 1, teams, time, site TBD
>> Game 2, teams, time, site TBD

SATURDAY, NOV. 19
State Division I semifinals
>> Game 1, teams, time, site TBD
>> Game 2, teams, time, site TBD
State Division II semifinals
>> Game 1, teams, time, site TBD
>> Game 2, teams, time, site TBD

WEEK 17

FRIDAY, NOV. 25
State Division I championship game
>> Teams, time, site TBD
State Division II championship game (or Saturday, Nov. 26)
>> Teams, time, site TBD

SATURDAY, NOV. 26
State Open Division championship game
>> Teams, time, site TBD

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Known 2022 Hawaii Football Games Vs. Mainland Teams

>> Friday, Aug. 12: Mission Viejo (California) 34, at Mililani 21
>> Friday, Aug. 12: At Granger (West Valley City, Utah) 30, Konawaena 7
>> Saturday, Aug. 13: Warren (Downey, California) 50, at Kamehameha II 0
>> Friday, Aug. 19: Newport Harbor (Newport Beach, Calif.) 25, at Farrington 7
>> Thursday, Sept. 1: Aiea 38, at Woodinville (Washington) 14
>> Friday, Sept. 2: Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas) 56, Saint Louis 14, at Mililani High School field
>> Friday, Sept. 2: Farrington 21, at McMinnville (Oregon) 18
>> Friday, Sept. 2: Radford 42, at Magnolia (Anaheim, California) 6
>> Friday, Sept. 16: Mater Dei (Santa Ana, California) 42, Mililani 14, at St. John Bosco High (Bellflower, California) field
>> Saturday, Sept. 16: At Liberty (Henderson, Nevada) 25, Kamehameha 18
>> Saturday, Sept. 17: At St. John Bosco (Bellflower, California) 34, Kahuku 7
>> Friday, Sept. 30: St. Frances Academy (Baltimore) at Kahuku

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Previous 2022 High School Football Stories

(Scroll up closer to the top of this post to find the 10 latest stories)

>> The Kahuku Ah You Family’s Legendary Lineage (HawaiiSportsRadio.com, Sept. 22)
>> Bedrock Football Power 5s: Kapolei Enters Open Rankings; Waipahu And Waimea Rise (Sept. 22)
>> Kahuku Players And Fans Make Lasting Impression On St. John Bosco Director Of Football Operations (Sept. 22)
>> ‘Iolani Kicker Allison Chang Is Bedrock Sports’ Outstanding Player Of WEEK 7 (Sept. 21)
>> Photo Gallery Of Punahou’s 43-19 Football Victory Over Saint Louis (Sept. 21)
>> WATCH: 5 Videos Of Pearl City’s Down-To-The-Wire 27-21 Win Over Kaiser (Sept. 20)
>> WATCH: 8 Videos Of Waipahu’s Down-To-The-Wire 20-14 Victory Over Aiea (Sept. 20)
>> FOCUS ON FOOTBALL: The Art Of Holding Down The Fort In The OIA (Part 2, Waipahu Marauders) Sept. 19
>> FOCUS ON FOOTBALL: The Art Of Holding Down The Fort In The OIA (Part 1, Pearl City Chargers) Sept. 19
>> All The WEEK 7 Scores And the WEEK 8 Schedule; Punahou Takes Control In The ILH Open (Sept. 18)
>> Pearl City Stops Kaiser’s Surge As Time Runs Out For A 27-21 Victory (ESPNHonolulu.com, Sept. 17)
>> All Of WEEK 7’s Friday Scores; Pearl City, Nanakuli On Collision Course (Sept. 17)
>> Since 2000, Oahu High School Football Teams Are 52-38 Vs. Mainland Opponents (Sept. 16)
>> Kahuku And Mililani Square Off Against The Nation’s Two Highest-Ranked Teams This Weekend (Sept. 16)
>> Waimea Making Waves Once Again (ESPNHonolulu.com, Sept. 16)
>> Wake Up In The Den: Hawaii Sports Radio Network Host Kuulei Agbayani And Bedrock’s Nick Abramo Discuss High School Football (Sept. 14, Second In A Series)
>> Nanakuli, Waimea, Honokaa And Konawaena Make Waves In This Week’s Bedrock Power 5s (Sept. 14)
>> Radford’s Michael Hayslett Is Bedrock Sports Hawaii’s Outstanding Player Of WEEK 6 (Sept. 14)
>> Photo Gallery Of Saint Louis’ 49-14 Football Win Over Kamehameha (Sept. 13)
>> WATCH: 7 Videos Of Roosevelt’s 31-24 Comeback Victory Over Radford (Sept. 12)
>> SEE: 6 Videos And A Photo Gallery Of Kahuku’s 16-6 Victory Over Campbell In The Slog Bowl (Sept. 12)
>> FOCUS ON FOOTBALL: Slog Bowl To Bosco — Kahuku Prepares To Take On The Nation’s Very Best Team (Sept. 11)
>> All Of The WEEK 6 Scores; Waimea Stuns Kapaa In KIF Showdown; Aiea Edges Kailua (Sept. 11)
>> Red Raiders Slosh And Slip Their Way To A 16-6 Victory Over Campbell (ESPNHonolulu.com, Sept. 11)
>> FOCUS ON FOOTBALL: Tenacious Roosevelt Trips Pesky Radford 31-24 In A Rambunctious Friday Showdown (Sept. 10)
>> Roosevelt Has Final Say In Back-And-Forth Scuffle Against Radford, 31-24 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Sept. 10)
>> All of WEEK 6’s Friday Scores; Honokaa Clutches BIIF D-II Lead By Downing Kamehameha-Hawaii, 27-23 (Sept. 10)
>> Twin Girls Are Among Three Leilehua Offensive Line Siblings (HawaiiSportsRadioNetwork.com, Sept. 10)
>> Punahou Safety Agenhart Ellis IV Continues Family’s ILH Football Legacy (ESPNHonolulu.com, Sept. 9)
>> McKinley Football Coach Kale Ane Striving To Make A Difference In Tigers’ Program (ESPNHonolulu.com, Sept. 8)
>> Kamehameha-Hawaii’s Michael Perry Is 2022s Third Football Player Of Week From Big Isle (Sept. 8)
>> Aiea And Nanakuli Make Upward Move To No. 2 In Bedrock Sports’ Power 5s (Sept. 7)
>> Wake Up In The Den: Hawaii Sports Radio Network Host Kuulei Agbayani And Bedrock’s Nick Abramo Discuss High School Football (Sept. 6, First In A Series)
>>
PHOTO GALLERY of Bishop Gorman’s 56-14 Victory Over Saint Louis On Friday (Sept. 6)
>> WATCH: 5 Videos Of Kahuku’s 27-20 Comeback Victory Over Punahou On Saturday (Sept. 5)
>> SEE: 5 Videos Of Kaimuki’s 69-20 Football Victory Over McKinley On Friday (Sept. 5)
>> FOCUS ON FOOTBALL: Kahuku-Punahou Game ‘IS’ Your Father’s High School Football (Sept. 4)
>> Bedrock Sports Hawaii’s WEEK 5 Scores And WEEK 6 Schedule (Sept. 4)
>> Kahuku Scratches Back To Fend Off Major Challenge From Punahou, 27-20 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Sept. 4)
>> FOCUS ON FOOTBALL: Kaimuki Bulldogs Coming On Strong After A Slow Start To 2022 (Sept. 3)
>> WEEK 5: Farrington Rallies In Pacific Northwest; All Of Friday’s Scores And Saturday’s Schedule (Sept. 3)
>> Bulldogs Roll Past Tigers, 69-20 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Sept. 3)
>> Two Kids Named ‘Tama’ Explode On To the Hawaii High School Football Scene At Kapolei And Waipahu (HawaiiSportsRadioNetwork.com, Sept. 2)
>> A-Town Media Captures Na Alii’s 38-14 Football Victory Over  Woodinville In Washington; And Honokaa Rolls (Sept. 1)
>> Hulking Offensive Lineman From Florida Finds Football Home At Campbell (ESPNHonolulu.com, Sept. 1)
>> Mililani’s Jordan Fetu Is Bedrock’s Outstanding Player of WEEK 4 (Sept. 1)
>> IRON SHARPENS IRON: Hawaii High School Football Teams Routinely Take On The Country’s Best (ESPNHonolulu.com, Aug. 31)
>> Radford Football Team Will Play At Magnolia Of Anaheim, California, On Friday (Aug. 31)
>> Waipahu And Nanakuli Join The Bunch, With Minimal Other Movement In Bedrock’s Ltest Power 5s (Aug. 30)
>> SEE: 4 Videos And A Photo Gallery Of Mililani’s 35-34 Victory Over Campbell on Saturday (Aug. 29)
>> SEE: 6 Videos And A Photo Gallery Of Punahou’s 52-7 Win Over Waianae On Friday (Aug. 29)
>> ON FOOTBALL: Clean, Strategic, Stirring Football On Display In Mililani’s Tide-Turning 35-34 March Past Campbell (Aug. 28)
>> Trojans Come Out On Top Against The Sabers, 35-34 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Aug. 28)
>> All the WEEK 4 High School Football Scores And The WEEK 5 Schedule (Aug. 28)
>> FOCUS ON FOOTBALL: Punahou Shifts Attention To Next Saturday’s High-Stakes Showdown At Reigning Open State Champ Kahuku (Aug. 27)
>> Friday’s WEEK 4 High School Football Scores And Saturday’s Schedule (Aug. 27)
>> Punahou Puts On Dominant Performance Against The Seariders, 52-7 (ESPNHonolulu, Aug. 27)
>> INTO THE FRAY: Moanalua And Damien Go Forth With Freshmen Quarterbacks (ESPNHonolulu.com, Aug. 25)
>> Honokaa’s Uhane Mock Chew Is Second Straight Player Of The Week From The BIIF (Aug. 25)
>> PAC-5 Makes Largest Jump In Bedrock’s Power 5s Football Rankings After WEEK 3 (Aug. 23)
>> WATCH: 8 Videos of Kapolei’s 27-24 Win Over Aiea On Friday (Aug. 22)
>> SEE: 5 Videos And A Photo Galler Of Moanalua’s 16-7 Victory Over Damien (Aug. 22)
>> Bedrock’s WEEK 3 Scores And WEEK 4 Schedule (Aug. 21)
>> Monarchs Fall Short To Na Menehune, 16-7 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Aug. 21)
>> FOCUS ON FOOTBALL: No-Quit Na Alii’s Gutsy Rally Falls Short; Coach ‘Obi-Wan’ Say Imparts His Wisdom (Aug. 20)
>> Hurricanes Remain Unbeaten By Holding Off Late Aiea Rally, 27-24 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Aug. 20)
>> Friday’s High School Football Scores And Saturday’s Schedule (Aug. 20)
>> Thursday Night Football: Punahou and Honokaa Rack Up Dominant Victories (Aug. 19)
>> Keaau’s Diego Pettypool Selected As Bedrock Sports Hawaii’s Player Of The Week (Aug. 17)
>> Waipahu, Damien, Kamehameha-Hawaii And PAC-5 Enter Bedrock Sports Hawaii’s Power 5s (Aug. 17)
>> FOCUS ON FOOTBALL: Looking Forward To The Day When State Football Doesn’t Need Sacrificial Lambs (Aug. 16)
>> FOCUS ON FOOTBALL: These Leilehua Mules Boys (And Girls) Will Continue To Fight (Aug. 15)
>> SEE: 6 Videos And A Photo Gallery Of Punahou’s 35-0 Victory Over Moanalua (Aug. 15)
>> SEE: 5 Videos Of Waipahu’s 36-25 Victory Over Leilehua (Aug. 15)
>> WEEK 2 Is In The Books: Bedrock Has All The Scores And Next Week’s Schedule (Aug. 14)
>> FOCUS ON FOOTBALL: There’s No Doubt That The Moanalua Football Team Will Persist After Season-Opening Loss (Aug. 14)
>> Punahou Gets Season Opening Win Over Moanalua, 35-0 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Aug. 14)
>> FOCUS ON FOOTBALL: Waipahu’s Liatama Uiliata Radiates 2-Way, Next-Level Talent (Aug. 13)
>> Marauders Hold Off Mules 36-25 (ESPNHonolulu.com, Aug. 13)
>> Bedrock’s WEEK 2 Friday Night Football Scores And Saturday’s Schedule (Aug. 13)
>> SEE: 11 Photos Of Warren Bears At Saint Louis Crusaders Scrimmage On Wednesday (Aug. 12)
>> Mililani’s Jabiel Lauvao Is First Bedrock Football Player Of The Week In 2022 (Aug. 10)
>> Aiea Climbs To No. 1 In Bedrock Sports Hawaii’s D-I Power 5 (Aug. 10)
>> KIF Football Roundup:  Waimea Trips Kaimuki 48-6 In Season Opener (Aug. 9)
>> 4 Videos Of Farrington’s 42-7 Victory Over Waialua In Thursday’s De Facto ‘Kickoff Classic’ (Aug. 8)
>> 5 Videos Of Kahuku’s New-Field Christening 49-0 Shutout of Kamehameha (Aug. 8)
>> 6 Videos Of Mililani’s 28-7 Season-Opening Win Over Saint Louis (Aug. 8)
>> Bedrock’s Week 1 Final Scoreboard, Standings And Week 2 Schedule (Aug. 7)
>> Kahuku Newcomers Make An Immediate Splash In Season-Opening 49-0 Conquest Of Kamehameha (Aug. 7)
>> Kahuku Wins First Home Game On Brand-New Field (ESPNHonolulu.com, Aug. 7)
>> COVID-19 Is Back At It, Leading To The Cancellation Of The Honokaa At Keaau Football Game (Aug. 6)
>> Bedrock’s Friday Hawaii High School Football Scoreboard; 3 Games In, 1 Canceled (Aug. 6)
>> Trojans Hold Off Crusaders In First Friday Night Game Of Season (ESPNHonolulu.com, Aug. 6)
>> FOCUS ON FOOTBALL: Farrington’s Poncho Laloulu And Waialua’s Tyson Apau Highlight Hawaii High School Opener (Aug. 5)
>> Farrington and Waialua Kick Off The 2022 High School Football Season: Governors 42, Bulldogs  7 (ESPBHonolulu.com, Aug. 5)
>> Kahuku Red Raiders: New Year, New Team, Different Dynamic (ESPNHonolulu.com, Aug. 4)
>> FOCUS ON FOOTBALL: Bedrock Sports Introduces Hawaii’s Power 5s Rankings (Aug. 3)
>> Hawaii High School Football Schedule: WEEK 1 (Aug. 2)
>> VIDEO AND PHOTO PALOOZA: Hawaii’s High School Football Players Mobilize For The Upcoming Skirmishes (Aug. 2)
>> Mililani Trojans Want To Take Care Of Some Unfinished Business (ESPNHonolulu.com, Aug. 2)
>> The Up-And-Coming Kamehameha Warriors (ESPNHonolulu.com, Aug. 1)
>> Campbell Sabers Right Where They Want To Be (ESPNHonolulu.com, July 31)
>> Punahou Seeking A Comeback Season (ESPNHonolulu.com, July 30)
>> FOCUS ON FOOTBALL: DJ Sends Over His Campbell Sabers Big Boys First (July 30)
>> ‘Iolani Will Try To Repeat Success of 2021 (EPSNHonolulu.com, July 29)
>> Kapaa Warriors Moving On Up (ESPNHonolulu.com, July 28)
>> The Veteran-oriented Lahainaluna Lunas (ESPNHonolulu.com, July 27)
>> New Football Coach Thom Kaumeyer Envisions A Waianae Resurgence (ESPNHonolulu.com, July 26)
>> After Fishing All Offseason For More Games, Saint Louis coach Ron Lee Lands Kapaa As An Aug. 13 Opponent on Kauai (July 26)
>> RECRUITING ROUNDUP: Texas Offers Kamehameha Freshman Malakai Lee; Saint Louis’ Trech Kekahuna Transfers To Bishop Gorman And Commits To Wisconsin (July 13)]
>> (Almost) All Of Hawaii’s High School Football Championship Teams Since 1909 (July 9)
>> Aiea’s Bishop Foumai Is A Diamond In The Rough Of 5-Foot-6 Cornerbacks (July 5)
>> ANALYSIS: Kapaa Football Is Likely Headed To Division I, With State Tournament Format A 4-6-6 Setup (June 29)
>> ILH Releases Tentative 2022 Football Schedule (June 28)
>> Texas Wins The Recruiting War For ‘1,000-Percent Committed’ Liona Lefau of Kahuku (June 25)
>> KIF Releases 2022 Football Schedule (June 25)
>> BIIF Releases 2022 Football Schedule; Hilo Will Host Lahainaluna In Nonleague Game (June 24)
>> Separate From The ILH, The OIA Releases 2022 Football Schedule; Kamehameha At Kahuku Is Marquee First-Week Game (June 11)
>> Aylett Wallwork Takes Over As Maui Sabers Football Coach (AllSportsHawaii.com, May 25)
>> Mega Football Matchups: Mililani Vs. Mater Dei, And Kahuku Vs. St. John Bosco In One Showcase (May 24)
>> Hawaii High School Football Recruits Houston Kaahaaina-Torres Of Saint Louis, Kekai Burnett Of Punahou, and Tana Tofagau-Tavui Of Campbell Land Multiple D-I FBS Offers (May 20)
>> It’s 2022 Football Season: Ron And Cal Lee Wrap Up Spring Drills At Saint Louis (May 18)
>> Sophomore-To-Be Quarterback Jaron-Keawe Sagapolutele Transfers From Saint Louis To Campbell (May 16)
>> Excitement In The Air In Waianae: Former Seattle Seahawks DB Thom Kaumeyer Is The New Seariders’ Football Coach (May 16)
>> Cody Nakamura Is Baldwin’s New Football Coach (AllSportsHawaii.com, May 11)
>> THE LATEST on Hawaii Football Recruits: Classes of 20-23 Through 2025 (And New 2022 Offers And Commitments) (March 28)
>> Kahuku Linebacker Liona Lefau Whittles Down Choices To 8 (March 18)
>> Moanalua Headed For The Bright Lights Of Open Division Football; Farrington Down To D-I; Radford Up To D-I (March 16)

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