Kamehameha defensive end Jonah Welch and his Warriors battled Kahuku in a scrimmage on Thursday. Photo by Craig T. Kojima/Star-Advertiser. Though it was extremely early in preseason, the Kahuku Red Raiders and Kamehameha Warriors showed plenty of promise in their controlled scrimmage at Kunuiakea Stadium on Thursday night before a crowd of about 1,000. http://www.hawaiiprepworld.com/football/video-kahuku-at-kamehameha-scrimmage/ [by the way - Jonah Welch is the son of class o
CJ Caraang | SL KAPALAMA HEIGHTS - Defending Oahu Interscholastic Association champion and Open Division runner-up Kahuku came down to visit Kamehameha-Kapalama in a controlled scrimmage at Kunuiakea Stadium on Thursday afternoon. Abu Maafala begins his second season as Kamehameha head coach, while this will be Makoa Freitas' first year as the head coach for Kahuku. The field was split into halves: Receivers and DBs on one side doing 1-on-1 drills, while the other half was 7-
Kamehameha lined up against Kahuku to start the dual workout at Kunuiakea Stadium. They will have 11-on-11 competition later. (Paul Honda, July 27, 2017) Kamehameha still working out the kinks. Kahuku ends the Warriors’ possession with a whistled sack. Quite a performance by the Red Raiders. ### New QB in for Kahuku. No ID, but he’s definitely not Maiava. Sun has set a hot afternoon has transformed into a beautiful evening at Kapalama Heights. Still a top 3 site to enjoy a fo
Amosa Amosa’s removal as head football coach at Campbell after last season came as a shock to many. The Sabers were three years removed from a berth in the state semifinals, played in the Division I state semifinals last season under a new format, and had put together five winning seasons over a six-year span — all while competing in Division I. Yet, the Sabers hadn’t quite gotten to where they wanted to go. Located in Ewa Beach, a place booming with talented football players
Kahuku’s defense reached for a the ball after Bishop Gorman quarterback Tate Martell fumbled during the second half of a high school football game in 2016. Bishop Gorman won 35-7. Photo by David Becker/Special to the Star-Advertiser. After listing both Saint Louis and Kahuku in its list of top 100 teams in the nation for the upcoming 2017 season, Max Preps released its preseason top 25 on Monday with one of the two schools making the cut. Kahuku, not defending Open Division s
Video: 2017 Early Contenders - No. 25 Kahuku
See highlights of the big names coming back to help the Red Raiders fight for a title this season.
Head coach: Makoa Freitas
2016 record: 11-2, lost in inaugural Open Division state to championship to St. Louis, 30-14
Last decade: 95-21, three state titles
Famous alums/athletes: Singer/songerwriter Jack Johnson, two-time Super Bowl champion Chris Kemoeatu, Saints LB and former University of Washington All-American Hau'oli Ki
2017 Hawaii Preseason Football Fab 5, presented by the Army National Guard 1. Kahuku
2016 record: 11-2
Head coach: Makoa Freitas
The Red Raiders come in as the MaxPreps No. 25 preseason team with a highly touted sophomore quarterback and a new head coach.
Makoa Freitas, a former NFL player who played for Dick Tomey and Tony Dungy, takes over the reins for Vavae Tate. Kahuku fell last season in the inaugural Open Division championship 30-14 to St. Louis.
WORLD SURF LEAGUE World Champion John John Florence of Hawaii advances to Round Five where he will face world Owen Wright of Australia at the Corona Open J-Bay at Supertubes, Jeffreys Bay, South Africa. Reigning WSL champion John John Florence earned his first perfect 10 of the year to take second in the fourth round of the Corona Open J-Bay in South Africa on Tuesday. Despite the stellar ride, Florence fell to rookie Frederico Morais of Puerto Rico 19.07-17.17. Mick Fanning