Insight, News, and Opinion by Nick Abramo
  • September 27, 2022
Mililani Trojans Football Team Page

Contents of the Mililani Trojans Football Team Page:
>> Coverage of the 2022 Mililani Trojans football team
>> The Trojans’ state tournament scores through the years
>> Team page links for all 47 Hawaii high school football teams

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>> Current head coach: Rod York
>> State tournament overall record: 9-11
>> Top-tier state tournament overall record: 6-11
>> Top-tier state tournament championships: 1 (2014)
>> Top-tier state tournament runners-up: 2
>> Division I (middle tier, starting in 2016) state tournament overall record: 3-0
>> Division I (middle tier, starting in 2016) state championships: 1 (2016)
>> OIA top-tier championships: 4 (2010, 2013 2014, 2018)

Note: From 1999 to 2002, there was only one state tournament division. From 2003 to 2015, state competition was held in Divisions I and II. Starting in 2016, the state championships have been held in the Open Division (top tier) and Divisions I and II.

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2022 Stories About The Mililani Trojans:

Sept. 15

>> Kahuku And Mililani Square Off Against The Nation’s Two Highest Ranked Teams This Weekend (ESPNHonolulu.com)

Sept. 1

Mililani Cornerback Jordan Fetu Is Bedrock’s Outstanding Player Of WEEK 4

 

Aug. 29

SEE: 4 Videos And A Photo Gallery of Mililani’s 35-34 OIA Open Victory Over Campbell on Saturday

 

Aug. 28:

FOCUS ON FOOTBALL: Clean, Strategic, Stirring Football On Display In Mililani’s Tide-Turning 35-34 March Past Campbell

>> Trojans Come Out On Top Against The Sabers, 35-34 (ESPNHonolulu.com)

Aug. 10:

Mililani’s Jabiel Lauvao Is First Bedrock Football Player Of The Week In 2022

Aug. 8

6 VIDEOS Of Mililani’s 28-7 Season-Opening Win Over Saint Louis

Aug. 6
>> Trojans Hold Off Crusaders In First Friday Night Game Of Season (ESPNHonolulu.com)

Aug. 2

>> Mililani Trojans Want To Take Care Of Some Unfinished Business (ESPNHonolulu.com)

May 24:

Mega Football Matchups: Mililani vs. Mater Dei, And Kahuku Vs. St. John Bosco In One Showcase

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Mililani Trojans At The State Tournament (1999 to present):

2003

Division I Quarterfinals
Nov. 21, 2003
>> Saint Louis 47, Mililani 12, at Aloha Stadium

2004

Division I First Round
Nov. 19, 2004
>> Lahainaluna 41, Mililani 34, War Memorial Stadium

2006

Division I First Round
Nov. 17, 2006
>> Baldwin 22, Mililani 17, at War Memorial Stadium

2010

Division I Semifinals
Nov. 19, 2010
>> Waianae 48, Mililani 41, at Aloha Stadium

2012

Division I First Round
Nov. 9, 2012
>> Mililani 24, Baldwin 13, at War Memorial Stadium

Division I Semifinals
Nov. 16, 2012
>> Punahou 49, Mililani 19, at Aloha Stadium

2013

Division I Semifinals
Nov. 15, 2013
>> Mililani 41, Campbell 7, at Aloha Stadium
Division I Championship Game
Nov. 23, 2013
>> Punahou 28, Mililani 22, at Aloha Stadium

2014

Division I Semifinals
Nov. 15, 2014
>> Mililani 17, Farrington 14, at Aloha Stadium
Division I Championship Game
Nov. 21, 2014
>> Mililani 53, Punahou 45, at Aloha Stadium

2015

Division I First Round
Nov. 6, 2015
>> Mililani 62, Hilo 18, at Aloha Stadium
Division I Semifinals
Nov. 13, 2015
>> Saint Louis 56, Mililani 30, at Aloha Stadium

2016

Division I Quarterfinals
Nov. 4, 2016

>> Mililani 49, Baldwin 28, at War Memorial Stadium
Division I Semifinals

Nov. 11, 2016
>> At Mililani 51, Leilehua 35
Division I Championship Game
Nov. 18, 2016
>> Mililani 31, ‘Iolani 20, at Aloha Stadium

2017

Open Semifinals
Nov. 10, 2017
>> Saint Louis 47, Mililani 23, at Aloha Stadium

2018

Open Semifinals
Nov. 16, 2018
>> Mililani 24, Campbell 2, at Aloha Stadium
Open Championship Game
Nov. 24, 2018

>> Saint Lous 38, Mililani 17, at Aloha Stadium

2019

Open Semifinals
Nov. 22, 2019
>> Saint Louis 35, Mililani 0, at Aloha Stadium

2021

Open Semifinals
Dec. 18, 2021
>> Saint Louis 27, Mililani 25, at Farrington High field

Bedrock Sports Hawaii’s 47 High School Football Team Pages:

ILH Open Division
>> Kamehameha Warriors
>> Punahou Buffanblu
>> Saint Louis Crusaders

ILH Division I
>> Damien Monarchs
>> ‘Iolani Raiders

ILH Division II
>> PAC-5 Wolfpack

OIA Open Division
>> Campbell Sabers
>> Kahuku Red Raiders
>> Kapolei Hurricanes
>> Leilehua Mules
>> Mililani Trojans
>> Moanalua Na Menehune
>> Waianae Seariders

OIA Division I
>> Aiea Na Alii
>> Castle Knights
>> Farrington Governors
>> Kailua Surfriders
>> Radford Rams
>> Roosevelt Rough Riders
>> Waipahu Marauders

OIA Division II
>> Kaimuki Bulldogs
>> Kaiser Cougars
>> Kalaheo Mustangs
>> Kalani Falcons
>> McKinley Tigers
>> Nanakuli Golden Hawks
>> Pearl City Chargers
>> Waialua Bulldogs

BIIF Division I
>> Keaau Cougars
>> Kealakehe Waveriders
>> Konawaena Wildcats
>> Hilo Vikings
>> Waiakea Warriors

BIIF Division II
>> Hawaii Prep Ka Makani
>> Honokaa Dragons
>> Kamehameha-Hawaii Warriors
>> Ka’u Trojans
>> Kohala Cowboys
>> Pahoa Daggers

MIL Division I
>> Baldwin Bears
>> Lahainaluna Lunas
>> Maui Sabers

MIL Division II
>> Kamehameha-Maui Warriors
>> King Kekaulike Na Alii

KIF
>> Kapaa Warriors
>> Kauai Red Raiders
>> Waimea Menehunes

 

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