There are few streaks that never end.
It’s just that Kahuku’s 51-game home winning streak seemed unbreakable. Omnipotent. It carried an aura of its own, and the invincibility permeated life on the North Shore. That came to a halt on Saturday night with a resounding 38-10 loss to No. 4 Mililani (6-2, 4-0 OIA Open).
No. 2 Kahuku (4-2, 1-1) simply couldn’t get access to the state’s all-time career record holder in passing yardage, Dillon Gabriel. The southpaw passed for 312
KAHUKU — One week ago, Dillon Gabriel and the Mililani football team broke the state's all-time career passing yards record.
On Saturday night, the fourth-ranked Trojans executed at a high level to end No. 2 Kahuku's 49-game winning streak at home.
Visiting Mililani spoiled the Red Raiders' homecoming and handed Kahuku its first loss at home since 2007 with a commanding 38-10 OIA Open Division win before a standing-room only crowd at Carleton E. Weimer Field.
JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARADVERTISER.COM Mililani’s Shane Kady and Mark Pasternak nearly blocked a punt on Saturday. The longest home-field win streak in the OIA has come to an end.
No. 4 Mililani made certain of it with a 38-10 victory over No. 2 Kahuku on Saturday night, ending the Red Raiders’ amazing 51-game win streak at Carleton E. Weimer Field. Kahuku hadn’t lost on its turf since Oct. 26, 2007, when Kapolei upset the home team 14-7 in the OIA playoffs.
JAY METZGER / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER Kahuku quarterback Robbie Sauvao has six touchdown passes with two interceptions this season. Kahuku. Mililani. The undefeateds are heading for a huge clash on Saturday at Carleton E. Weimer Field in a game that counts for so much in the OIA Open standings. Mililani is relatively healthy and is coming off a 35-0 homecoming victory over Waianae. Kahuku is adjusting to life without one of the state’s top defenders while getting famil
Kahuku's Toalei Lefau shakes off a tackle by Mililani's Darius Muasau in the 2017 OIA Division I championship game. Leighland Tagawa | SL Home, sweet home. No. 2 Kahuku will celebrate homecoming this weekend when No. 4 Mililani makes the trip up north to Carleton E. Weimer Field Saturday night in a rematch of last year's OIA Division I championship game. The Red Raiders, who won the 2017 contest between the two squads, 35-31, have been nearly unbeatable at home in the last de
Kahuku linebacker Miki Ah You has been selected a Polynesian Bowl All Star. The 6-foot-1, 215-pound University of Washington commit suffered a season-ending knee injury three weeks ago against Saint Louis and will not be able to play in the 2019 Polynesian Bowl, but was still selected for what he has achieved on the field and his high character off of it. Ah You was selected to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser All-State first team as a junior — one of only two juniors to make the
Kahuku's Robbie Sauvao has thrown six touchdowns and only two interceptions this season. Photo by Jay Metzger/Special to the Star-Advertiser. The Kahuku Red Raiders are playing, as always, for a championship. Kahuku is ranked No. 2 in the Star-Advertiser Football Top 10. The Red Raiders are 4-1 overall, and just 1-0 in OIA Open play. Wins over Punahou and Kamehameha, and a loss to No. 1 Saint Louis — all ILH Open teams — do not count in OIA standings. Kahuku hosts No. 4 Milil
Tony Finau of the US tees off on the 9th hole during a practice round for the 2018 Ryder Cup at Le Golf National in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, outside Paris, France, Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018. The 42nd Ryder Cup will be held in France from Sept. 28-30, 2018, at the Albatros Course of Le Golf National. (Alastair Grant/Associated Press) SAINT-QUENTIN-EN-YVELINES, France — Tony Finau never forgot that first set of free clubs. For a family that scrimped on every dime so he’d have
Jamie Squire PARIS, FRANCE - SEPTEMBER 27: Tony Finau of the United States attends a press conference prior to the 2018 Ryder Cup at Le Golf National on September 27, 2018 in Paris, France. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images) SAINT-QUENTIN-EN-YVELINES, France – Tony Finau might be a Ryder Cup rookie this week at Le Golf National, but the guy executed a veteran move Thursday on the eve of the 42nd edition of the biennial matches. Finau is the last of four wild-card picks by U
St. John's quarterback Sol-Jay Maiava and his family moved 4,800 miles from Hawaii to the D.C. suburbs. (Mark Gail/For The Washington Post) Rosemary Maiava-Peters took out her cellphone, opened the Facebook app and started a live stream for family members back in Hawaii. She pointed it in the direction of her eldest son, Sol-Jay Maiava, the home team’s starting quarterback.
Sitting on the metal bleachers at St. John’s College High School during the last Saturday of August,
Kahuku’s Tausili Fiatoa, a 6-foot-2, 230-pound defensive end, has been selected a Polynesian Bowl All-Star. Fiatoa, who transferred from Orem (Utah) for his senior season after starting his high school career with the Red Raiders, is the second Kahuku player selected to the game, joining offensive lineman Enokk Vimahi. Fiatoa is a Brigham Young commit and also holds offers from Fresno State, Oregon State, Utah State and Navy. For the most updated list of players selected, cli