Spartans senior Liko Soares scored a game high 16 points and Sage Tolentino added 10 points and 16 rebounds to help No. 2 Maryknoll claim its second consecutive Snapple/HHSAA Division I Boys Basketball State Championship with its 46-33 win over No. 1 Kamehameha.
Players will participate in 40/20/10-yard dashes as well as other combine events and then divided into their position groups for specific drills. Time will also be allotted for college coaches for individual workouts.
It took defending Florida 7A state champion St. Thomas Aquinas to end the vaunted Saint Louis Crusaders 38-game winning streak with a 35-19 victory in the GEICO State Champions Bowl Series on Saturday at Fertitta Field in Las Vegas.
St. Louis School is expected to officially accept an invitation to compete in the Geico State Champions Bowl Series later this month, and are believed to be heading to Las Vegas for the exhibition game.
The Kahuku Red Raiders (9-3) and St. Louis Crusaders (11-0) will add the newest chapter to one of prep football’s oldest rivalries next weekend, when the teams battle for the Open Division State title.
The first round of the 2019 First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Football State Championships takes place this weekend, when OIA Division I runner up’s Leilehua (9-2) head to the Valley Isle for a showdown against the Baldwin bears (5-4).
The Crusaders dominance on the gridiron continued on Friday night with a 21-14 victory over Punahou to capture the ILH Open Division title, while extending their consecutive winning streak to 36 games.
Punahou ended Kamehameha’s season with a 47-20 win and will advance to play the No. 1 ranked St. Louis Crusaders next weekend for the ILH Open Division Championship. The Iolani Raiders defeated Damien 21-14 to secure the lone ILH berth in the Division I playoffs.
#8 Leilehua fought off a gritty Waipahu Marauder team 13-7 in a defensive battle in Wahiawa. In Salt Lake the #7 Moanalua Menehune overcame a slow start to put away the Kailua Surfriders 21-14 to secure their rematch with the Mules.
Surfriders running back Samson Rasay eludes defenders during home-coming game against Castle. Rasay totaled 190 rushing yards and a pair of touchdowns to secure Kailua's spot in the Division I OIA playoffs following a 26-21 win over Castle.
“Being away is a challenge for both myself and the family," said Terrell Senior. "With Junior having to pickup a lot of things that I have left for him, its been tough watching him grow from a far but its been nice being back and watching these highlights in real time.”