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JPS Paradise Classic include Hawaii's top HS talent

JPS Paradise Classic include Hawaii's top HS talent

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

Some of the best high school football players from Hawaii and American Samoa are gathering on Oahu this week for the JPS Paradise Football Classic.

Two teams from Hawaii, one from Samoa, and another from Northern California will face off at Aloha Stadium in two rounds of games. Opening round games will take place on Thursday. While the championship games will be held on Saturday. 

Both the west Hawaii and east Hawaii squad rosters are packed with some of the state's top talent. St. Louis School's Tua Tagovailoa will be under center for the west; fellow Crusader, Drew Kobayashi is also on that squad. While the roster for the east includes Buffanblu quarterback Ephraim Tulilioa, and a few standouts from reigning state champion, Kahuku. 

"It'll give our athletes, especially those on the borderline, at least another opportunity to showcase themselves and their talents, against good competition," said Robert Faleafine of Junior Prep Sports.

To view a full roster or complete schedule of events:

Roster: http://nebula.wsimg.com/e0501cb58a1e5d302843d9232f313400?AccessKeyId=394B74A25834933E3D1F&disposition=0&alloworigin=1

Itinerary: Http://nebula.wsimg.com/75dc7ac5bb9804dd83292f2a83e63921?AccessKeyId=394B74A25834933E3D1F&disposition=0&alloworigin=

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