Football coaches Kaeo Drummondo of Hilo High and Brad Uemoto of Konawaena talked at midfield as their players warmed up before kickoff Friday night, and in some instances they might have felt like they were looking across the field at a mirror image.
Kamehameha got the one it wanted, but not the one it wanted to keep.
Hilo High already had drawn football coach Kaeo Drummondo’s ire once by jumping offsides.
UH-Hilo women’s soccer is the hottest thing going in Vulcans athletics right now, but coach Gene Okamura is happy to throw a wet blanket on all that talk.
Innocent curiosity drew Keith Knell’s attention that day when he parked his truck across from the Hilo Armory, got out and heard that peculiar sound.
In a football debut seemingly lifted from a Disney script, freshman Chevan Cordeiro tossed the decisive 38-yard scoring pass to JoJo Ward on Saturday night in Hawaii’s one-for-the-ages 17-13 victory over Wyoming at Aloha Stadium.
This one “was a little bit different,” Kealakehe coach Sam Kekuaokalani admitted Saturday when it was over, but it certainly beat the alternative.
HONOKAA — For Honokaa, the victory formation never felt so good.