Kahuku alumns (l-r standing) Keala Santiago, Jess Kanongata'a, Bradlee Anae, Noah Magalei, Tui Niutupuivaha, Kekaula Kaniho and (l-r kneeling) Steven Lombard and Pesa Lefau, all got together to watch the Red Raiders play Timpview two weeks ago in Utah. Photo courtesy Bradlee Anae. When Kahuku traveled to Utah to play Timpview two weeks ago, the game was moved from Friday to Saturday to better accommodate such a high demand for tickets. For Boise State junior Kekaula Kaniho, i
COURTESY STEVE C. WILSON / UTAH Former Kahuku standout Bradlee Anae has the NFL in his sights as a first-team All-Pac-12 defensive end. Bradlee Anae wakes up every day chasing his dream of playing in the NFL. A first-team All-Pac-12 defensive end at the University of Utah, Anae is on his way to achieving that goal and is three games into a senior season that will determine whether he gets there or not. He could be selfish with his time. After all, this is his one shot to make
Kahuku’s Kawehena Johnson came up huge against Farrington in 2012. Star-Advertiser file photo. Since the first Honolulu Star-Advertiser Football Top 10 poll in 2010, there have been 16 meetings between the No. 1 and No. 2 teams in the state. No. 17 takes place Saturday night at Aloha Stadium when No. 1 Saint Louis, ranked No. 10 in country by MaxPreps and No. 11 by USA Today, plays No. 2 Kahuku in a rematch of the last three state finals. The Crusaders and Red Raiders have sp
Kesi Ah-Hoy helped Kahuku win state titles in football and basketball in high school. Star-Advertiser photo Kahuku alumnus Kesi Ah-Hoy, who played five games as a true freshman at Oregon State last season, is no longer listed on the roster and has been forced to medically retire, sports information director Steve Fenk confirmed today. Ah-Hoy remains on scholarship and in school and is helping the team on the recruiting side. A two-time first-team All-State selection with the
Kahuku head coach Makoa Freitas coached up running back Enoch Nawahine during a game against Campbell. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser. Kahuku football coach Makoa Freitas is busy in the morning, busy in the afternoon, busy at night. He does all he can, and that means time is precious. Two days before the showdown — the rematch — with defending state champion Saint Louis, he chatted with Hawaii Prep World about being a first-year head coach facing veteran Cal Lee and Sai
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
Four games into his collegiate career, Oregon State freshman Kesi Ah-Hoy, a 2017 Kahuku alumnus, was the primary kick returner for the Beavers in a 52-23 loss to Washington State on Saturday at Martin Stadium in Pullman, Wash. Ah-Hoy returned three kickoffs for 58 yards with a long of 26, and assisted on a tackle for Oregon State, which dropped to 1-3 overall. See the entire article @ Ah-Hoy returns kicks for Oregon State Check out Kesi's Oregon State profile #KesiAhHoy
Kahuku is ready to roll to a third straight state title game in 2017. Photo by Bruce Asato/Star-Advertiser. The keys to the Big Red machine are jangling, and the driver is grinning from ear to ear. It wasn’t hard at all for now-sophomore quarterback Sol-Jay Maiava to see what life on the other side of the playbook could be like. A year ago, the spotlight was bright, maybe occasionally blinding after he received a scholarship offer from Michigan before his high school career h
The twelve inductees of the 35th class of the Hawaii High School Hall of Honor pose for a group picture. CJ Caraang | SL Twelve outstanding senior student-athletes were inducted into the Hawaii High School Athletic Association Hall of Honor at an Awards Dinner Sunday Evening at the Dole Cannery Pomaikai Ballroom. The inductees were chosen by a 16-person selection committee of current and former sports reporters, athletic directors and coaches. Each of the inductees will recei
Apparently, the Hawaii high school hall of honor is a family affair for this aiga. Above you will find a young Mona Afalava being honored in the 1986 class. She is seated in the middle row second from the left.[PC: https://www.sportshigh.com/hall_of_honor] 20 years later Mona's daughter, Camilla Ah-Hoy, is honored among the class of 2006, she is seated on the front row all the way to the right. Seated immediately next to her is her first cousin, fellow Red Raider and Hall of
These two young men have represented us well the past couple of years. It is indeed an honor to call them Red Raiders! And yet they honor us with their conduct in the classroom, in their athletic endeavors, and in our community whether it be in the spotlight or in quiet moments of to the side with an admirer. We look forward to their bright future and the pride it engenders in those who have walked the path before them as well as the hope and promise it inspires in those who
This image accompanies a great article about Ken Niumatalolo in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. See the article @ http://www.staradvertiser.com/2017/06/04/sports/navy-coach-and-ex-radford-qb-niumatalolo-to-speak-at-hall-of-honor/ [account sign-in required] #KesiAhHoy #KekaulaKaniho