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  • September 27, 2022
Waimea Menehunes Football Team Page

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

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>> Current head coach: Kyle Linoz
>> Overall state tournament record: 3-5
>> Top-tier (1999 through 2002) state tournament record: 3-4
>> Division II state tournament record: 0-1
>> KIF championships: 37 (1949, 1950, 1951, 1953 co-champions with Kauai, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1963, 1964, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003)

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 Waimea Menehunes:

Sept. 22:

Bedrock Football Power 5s: Kapolei Enters Open Rankings; Waipahu And Waimea Rise

Sept. 16

>> Waimea Making Waves Once Again (ESPNHonolulu.com)

Sept. 14:

Nanakuli, Waimea, Honokaa And Konawaena Make Waves In This Week’s Bedrock Power 5s

Aug. 9:

KIF FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Waimea Trips Kaimuki 48-6 In Season Opener

Waimea Menehunes At The State Tournament (1999 to present):

1999

Quarterfinals
Nov. 19, 1999
>> Waimea 20, Kailua 18, at Vidinha Stadium
Semifinals
Nov. 26, 1999
>> Saint Louis 56, Waimea 0, at Aloha Stadium

2000

Quarterfinals
Nov. 17, 2000
>> Kahuku 43, Waimea 17, at Aloha Stadium

2001

Quarterfinals
Nov. 16, 2001
>> Waimea 41, Castle 20, at Vidinha Stadium
Semifinals
Nov. 23, 2001
>> Kahuku 21, Waimea 7, at Aloha Stadium

2002

Quarterfinals
Nov. 22, 2002
>> Waimea 24, Kailua 21, at Vidinha Stadium
Semifinals
Nov. 29, 2002
>> Saint Louis 51, Waimea 0, at Aloha Stadium

2003

Division II Semfinals
Nov. 28, 2003
>> Damien 17, Waimea 13, at Vidinha Stadium

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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