JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARADVERTISER.COM Kahuku back Enoch Nawahine leaped into an opening against Campbell in Friday’s OIA Blue clinching game. Any thoughts of putting their hands on an Oahu Interscholastic Association Blue championship vanished quickly for the No. 7 Campbell Sabers on Friday night. Not with No. 2 Kahuku in town. The Red Raiders (7-1, 7-0) took control early to ruin the Sabers’ homecoming night with a 45-6 victory that put a ribbon and a bow on the Blue titl
Kahuku running back Enoch Nawahine got past Campbell's Jeremiah Tauai (9) and Nathaniel Thompson (44) during the first half on Friday in Ewa Beach. The Red Raiders beat the Sabers 45-6. Jamm Aquino / Honolulu Star-Advertiser. In six games against Hawaii oppoents, the Kahuku defense has given up just two touchdowns — one against Aiea and one against Moanalua. Other than that, it’s all zeros for the four other Hawaii offenses the Red Raiders’ defense has faced, including No. 7
The OIA Blue division title is on the line between No. 2 Kahuku and No. 7 Campbell. The Sabers are the No. 1 seed with a win but will fall to the No. 3 seed and be forced to play next week with a loss. Kahuku has not won at Campbell since 1992. In case you missed it: Campbell’s quest with Darren Johnson: Beat Big Red Top performances in series
Kahuku passing vs. Campbell: Kolo Funaki with 317 yards in 1995
Kahuku rushing vs. Campbell: Kala Latuselu with 175 yards in 1999
While Hawaii is known as a vacation destination, it is also a place where collegiate teams, like the University of Utah volleyball team, recruit their athletes. The Utah coaching staff visits the Hawaiian Islands every year to search for players, players like freshman Phoebe Grace, to join the Ute family. The Utes participate in the annual Hawaii Volleyball Combine where college coaches can watch their potential athletes compete. Without the combine, athletes from Hawaii have
Kahuku quarterback Sol-Jay Maiava looks for some running room against the Campbell defense. Jim LeBeau | SL EWA BEACH — The Campbell Sabers swapped their black home uniforms for bright orange threads, but it was Big Red walking away with a win Friday night. Sol-Jay Maiava accounted for three total touchdowns and Nalu Emerson returned two interceptions for two scores to lead Kahuku over host Campbell, 45-6, Friday night to close out the Oahu Interscholastic Association Divisio
ASSOCIATED PRESS Kahuku coach Makoa Freitas says running back Enoch Nawahine is his best receiver this season. Thirty-five years since his senior season as a Kahuku quarterback, Darren Johnson guides Campbell in a showdown between the two programs for first place in the OIA Blue division. The last time Kahuku traveled to Campbell was 2013, when the Sabers stunned the Red Raiders with a 28-7 win behind quarterback Isaac Hurd. Campbell eliminated Kahuku’s state-tournament possi
Kahuku quarterback Sol-Jay Maiava looks for some running room against the Campbell defense. Jim LeBeau | SL Sol-Jay Maiava accounted for three total touchdowns and Nalu Emerson returned two interceptions for two scores to lead Kahuku over host Campbell, 45-6, Friday night to close out the Oahu Interscholastic Association Division I-Blue Conference regular season. The Red Raiders (7-1 overall, 7-0 OIA D1-Blue), ranked second in the ScoringLive/Hawaiian Electric D1 Football Pow
Freshman linebacker Kesi Ah-Hoy had three kick returns for 58 yards against Washington State on Sept. 16.(Karl Maasdam/Oregon State Athletics) CORVALLIS - Wide-eyed with his heart racing mid-play, it took Kesi Ah-Hoy a moment to process the unique situation in which he'd soon find himself.
"Damn," he thought. "This is really coming to me."
The Oregon State freshman inside linebacker has become the Beavers' off-return man on kickoffs, tasked with directing traffic for skil
And then there's the game . . . And the Senior Walk . . . And the family & friends . . . And the leis . . . And the pictures . . . And the hugs & kisses . . . And . . . I think you get the picture! [don't forget the video @ the end] Enoch Nawahine left his indelible mark on this homecoming game with his 1st touch from scrimmage . . . a touchdown! He would go on to score three more TDs before he sat for the bulk of the 2nd half. [NICE the Gold shoes!] As always . . . the defen
Former Kahuku standout Daniel Fotu gave his oral commitment to Saint Mary's. Cindy Ellen Russell / Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Former Kahuku star Daniel Fotu has given an oral commitment to play basketball at Saint Mary’s, a source from Hawaii confirmed today. Last winter, Fotu, a 6-foot-7 forward who lives in New Zealand, enrolled at Kahuku after the start of basketball season, spent the three months of basketball season in Hawaii and led the Red Raiders to the Division I stat
Enoch Nawahine and the Red Raiders travel down Route 76 to take on Isaac Sevao and the Sabers Friday night.ScoringLive photo illustration It's been a while since the Kahuku Red Raiders went down Route 76 for a football game. Kahuku, ranked second in the ScoringLive/Hawaiian Electric Division I Football Power Rankings, will travel to Ewa Beach for the first time in 25 years Friday night to take on No. 7 Campbell to close out the Oahu Interscholastic Association Division I-Blue