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Re: 2019 High School Football

#166 Post by teamhawaii » Tue Aug 13, 2019 6:37 pm

What makes this Mililani vs. Kahuku game close is exactly that. Mililani QB play. If they had Gabriel or a polish QB...I'm pretty sure Mililani would beat Kahuku by 2-3 TD but I don't trust Agbayani. He didn't look too good vs. Campbell Defense and Kahuku Defense is a lot better than them.

St. Louis has 3 LEGIT QB starters in their program behind Delaura in Conner Apo (Jr.), AJ Bianco (Soph.) & JV starter Kekahi Graham (Fresh.)

If any 1 of those three transferred to Mililani, no doubt that they'll be the starter and propel Mililani to 2nd best team in the state behind St. Louis. Behind St. Louis, as of late, Mililani looks like best offense to churn out Hawaii QB's with Milton & Gabriel becoming good QB's

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Re: 2019 High School Football

#167 Post by HS Football Fanatic » Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:00 pm

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Tue Aug 13, 2019 5:45 pm
No.

I think Mililani has a ground game equal to and maybe better than Kahuku this year. What makes this game close ,to me is that Mililani is breaking in a new starter at QB this year,and Kahuku is also putting a new starter at QB. Morikawa,Milton,and Gabriel had way better pass stats than Kahuku's QB'S did in the same years leading up to this year. Mililani has hadYork as HC for a decade,and how many HC's has Kahuku had in the last decade? Mililani has more continuity at the top and I think Coach York gets his QB up in the air game before Coach Carvalho gets his QB up in the air game. As for the defenses, Kahuku and Mililani are both better on defense than they are on offense.
@unpaid: Sam was a godsend for HC York. It's as if Sam arrived gift-wrapped at Mililani High's doorstep. He was just what the doctor ordered. Agbayani is trying to grow into the QB position, but Sam provides instant run-game. Of course, Mililani had to have the O-line to block for him, and they did have it. So many different components were necessary, and they all kind of came together at the right time. Frankly, though, unless the HC is also the QB coach, I'm not sure how much of a factor continuity is. I mean, if you've got a good QB coach, and he's allowed to do his job, I'm not sure how much it matters who the HC is.

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Re: 2019 High School Football

#168 Post by bandits1 » Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:05 pm

teamhawaii wrote:
Tue Aug 13, 2019 6:37 pm
What makes this Mililani vs. Kahuku game close is exactly that. Mililani QB play. If they had Gabriel or a polish QB...I'm pretty sure Mililani would beat Kahuku by 2-3 TD but I don't trust Agbayani. He didn't look too good vs. Campbell Defense and Kahuku Defense is a lot better than them.

St. Louis has 3 LEGIT QB starters in their program behind Delaura in Conner Apo (Jr.), AJ Bianco (Soph.) & JV starter Kekahi Graham (Fresh.)

If any 1 of those three transferred to Mililani, no doubt that they'll be the starter and propel Mililani to 2nd best team in the state behind St. Louis. Behind St. Louis, as of late, Mililani looks like best offense to churn out Hawaii QB's with Milton & Gabriel becoming good QB's
Don't forget about McKinney and Morikawa right before them. Mililani is the QB factory of the OIA.

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Re: 2019 High School Football

#169 Post by HS Football Fanatic » Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:08 pm

teamhawaii wrote:
Tue Aug 13, 2019 6:37 pm
What makes this Mililani vs. Kahuku game close is exactly that. Mililani QB play. If they had Gabriel or a polish QB...I'm pretty sure Mililani would beat Kahuku by 2-3 TD but I don't trust Agbayani. He didn't look too good vs. Campbell Defense and Kahuku Defense is a lot better than them.

St. Louis has 3 LEGIT QB starters in their program behind Delaura in Conner Apo (Jr.), AJ Bianco (Soph.) & JV starter Kekahi Graham (Fresh.)

If any 1 of those three transferred to Mililani, no doubt that they'll be the starter and propel Mililani to 2nd best team in the state behind St. Louis. Behind St. Louis, as of late, Mililani looks like best offense to churn out Hawaii QB's with Milton & Gabriel becoming good QB's
@teamhawaii: Wouldn't it be something if Apo, Bianco, or Graham transferred to Mililani. Would they have to sit-out the year? Looks like the only missing piece for Mililani is at the QB position. Give them a good QB, and they'd rock and roll. They already have a good run game and a good D.

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Re: 2019 High School Football

#170 Post by HS Football Fanatic » Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:13 pm

bandits1 wrote:
Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:05 pm
teamhawaii wrote:
Tue Aug 13, 2019 6:37 pm
What makes this Mililani vs. Kahuku game close is exactly that. Mililani QB play. If they had Gabriel or a polish QB...I'm pretty sure Mililani would beat Kahuku by 2-3 TD but I don't trust Agbayani. He didn't look too good vs. Campbell Defense and Kahuku Defense is a lot better than them.

St. Louis has 3 LEGIT QB starters in their program behind Delaura in Conner Apo (Jr.), AJ Bianco (Soph.) & JV starter Kekahi Graham (Fresh.)

If any 1 of those three transferred to Mililani, no doubt that they'll be the starter and propel Mililani to 2nd best team in the state behind St. Louis. Behind St. Louis, as of late, Mililani looks like best offense to churn out Hawaii QB's with Milton & Gabriel becoming good QB's
Don't forget about McKinney and Morikawa right before them. Mililani is the QB factory of the OIA.
@bandits1: Yeah, but they need a good QB now. They're up against Kahuku next.

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#171 Post by gopunahou » Tue Aug 13, 2019 8:02 pm

Kinda wish those SLS QBs would transfer to Mater Dei, LOL. There is only ONE SCHOOL I’d HATE for them to go. I think HS Football Fanatic knows the name of that school.

As for churning out QBs, Leilehua is right behind Mililani in the OIA. Bryant Moniz, Andrew Manley, and Kenan Sadanaga come to mind.
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Re: 2019 High School Football

#172 Post by Markeke » Tue Aug 13, 2019 9:14 pm

teamhawaii wrote:
Tue Aug 13, 2019 6:37 pm
What makes this Mililani vs. Kahuku game close is exactly that. Mililani QB play. If they had Gabriel or a polish QB...I'm pretty sure Mililani would beat Kahuku by 2-3 TD but I don't trust Agbayani. He didn't look too good vs. Campbell Defense and Kahuku Defense is a lot better than them.

St. Louis has 3 LEGIT QB starters in their program behind Delaura in Conner Apo (Jr.), AJ Bianco (Soph.) & JV starter Kekahi Graham (Fresh.)

If any 1 of those three transferred to Mililani, no doubt that they'll be the starter and propel Mililani to 2nd best team in the state behind St. Louis. Behind St. Louis, as of late, Mililani looks like best offense to churn out Hawaii QB's with Milton & Gabriel becoming good QB's
Kahuku will be a good test. Defense, I know they can get to the qb. As for Sam , they will slow him but can he carry for 42? Kahuku is punishing. With JL Lavea back the front d is solid. See that Zion Ah You had middle lb action too. Lokana Enos and Ace Kaufusi and Mana Fonoimoana at lb. Elijah Latu back up. One big surprise is Tomasi Pasi. He was.a receiver in Az. Playing a little safety. Natural speedy reciever. Sure later Adolpho will hook up. Coach Torres back. Watch a few TE action when Mill stuffs the box.

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Re: 2019 High School Football

#173 Post by teamhawaii » Tue Aug 13, 2019 10:41 pm

bandits1 wrote:
Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:05 pm
teamhawaii wrote:
Tue Aug 13, 2019 6:37 pm
What makes this Mililani vs. Kahuku game close is exactly that. Mililani QB play. If they had Gabriel or a polish QB...I'm pretty sure Mililani would beat Kahuku by 2-3 TD but I don't trust Agbayani. He didn't look too good vs. Campbell Defense and Kahuku Defense is a lot better than them.

St. Louis has 3 LEGIT QB starters in their program behind Delaura in Conner Apo (Jr.), AJ Bianco (Soph.) & JV starter Kekahi Graham (Fresh.)

If any 1 of those three transferred to Mililani, no doubt that they'll be the starter and propel Mililani to 2nd best team in the state behind St. Louis. Behind St. Louis, as of late, Mililani looks like best offense to churn out Hawaii QB's with Milton & Gabriel becoming good QB's
Don't forget about McKinney and Morikawa right before them. Mililani is the QB factory of the OIA.
I forgot about those ballers. They were good too!

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Re: 2019 High School Football

#174 Post by teamhawaii » Tue Aug 13, 2019 10:46 pm

HS Football Fanatic wrote:
Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:08 pm
teamhawaii wrote:
Tue Aug 13, 2019 6:37 pm
What makes this Mililani vs. Kahuku game close is exactly that. Mililani QB play. If they had Gabriel or a polish QB...I'm pretty sure Mililani would beat Kahuku by 2-3 TD but I don't trust Agbayani. He didn't look too good vs. Campbell Defense and Kahuku Defense is a lot better than them.

St. Louis has 3 LEGIT QB starters in their program behind Delaura in Conner Apo (Jr.), AJ Bianco (Soph.) & JV starter Kekahi Graham (Fresh.)

If any 1 of those three transferred to Mililani, no doubt that they'll be the starter and propel Mililani to 2nd best team in the state behind St. Louis. Behind St. Louis, as of late, Mililani looks like best offense to churn out Hawaii QB's with Milton & Gabriel becoming good QB's
@teamhawaii: Wouldn't it be something if Apo, Bianco, or Graham transferred to Mililani. Would they have to sit-out the year? Looks like the only missing piece for Mililani is at the QB position. Give them a good QB, and they'd rock and roll. They already have a good run game and a good D.
I’m surprised that none of them made the move. I know they were talks about Kobe Muasau but he transferred to Washington.

I think AJ Bianco has the upper hand in terms of St. Louis starting QB next year. His size is ideal and has a strong arm. Conner Apo would probably be the odd man out. Kekahi Graham has been hyped since Under The Radar made a feature about him which was in the 6th grade. He’ll be the next in line after AJ Bianco.

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Re: 2019 High School Football

#175 Post by gopunahou » Wed Aug 14, 2019 12:18 am

teamhawaii wrote:
Tue Aug 13, 2019 10:46 pm
I’m surprised that none of them made the move. I know they were talks about Kobe Muasau but he transferred to Washington.

I think AJ Bianco has the upper hand in terms of St. Louis starting QB next year. His size is ideal and has a strong arm. Conner Apo would probably be the odd man out. Kekahi Graham has been hyped since Under The Radar made a feature about him which was in the 6th grade. He’ll be the next in line after AJ Bianco.
I wonder if JK is the reason Kobe transferred.
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Re: 2019 High School Football

#176 Post by gopunahou » Wed Aug 14, 2019 1:36 am

Unpaid, regarding your question of why ILH games happen @ the stadium—I found an article (http://archives.starbulletin.com/2001/06/24/sports/). Former ILH headman Clay Benham says that games in the ILH games in the ‘60s would draw 20,000-25,000. Of course, this was when Farrington, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, Kalani, and McKinley were part of the ILH.
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Re: 2019 High School Football

#177 Post by HS Football Fanatic » Wed Aug 14, 2019 4:20 pm

gopunahou wrote:
Tue Aug 13, 2019 8:02 pm
Kinda wish those SLS QBs would transfer to Mater Dei, LOL. There is only ONE SCHOOL I’d HATE for them to go. I think HS Football Fanatic knows the name of that school.

As for churning out QBs, Leilehua is right behind Mililani in the OIA. Bryant Moniz, Andrew Manley, and Kenan Sadanaga come to mind.
@gopunahou:
OK; I'm going to take a fat guess: Iolani. Am I correct? Actually, my first thought was St Louis, because that's Punahou's biggest rival in football, and it's football season right now. (Iolani isn't in the same division, too.) But then I realized that Iolani has been Punahou's most bitter rival in general, for at least 40 years. Also, I know you follow basketball and baseball, and Iolani is Punahou's strongest rival in those sports, too.

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Re: 2019 High School Football

#178 Post by gopunahou » Wed Aug 14, 2019 4:29 pm

HS Football Fanatic wrote:
Wed Aug 14, 2019 4:20 pm
gopunahou wrote:
Tue Aug 13, 2019 8:02 pm
Kinda wish those SLS QBs would transfer to Mater Dei, LOL. There is only ONE SCHOOL I’d HATE for them to go. I think HS Football Fanatic knows the name of that school.

As for churning out QBs, Leilehua is right behind Mililani in the OIA. Bryant Moniz, Andrew Manley, and Kenan Sadanaga come to mind.
@gopunahou:
OK; I'm going to take a fat guess: Iolani. Am I correct? Actually, my first thought was St Louis, because that's Punahou's biggest rival in football, and it's football season right now. (Iolani isn't in the same division, too.) But then I realized that Iolani has been Punahou's most bitter rival in general, for at least 40 years. Also, I know you follow basketball and baseball, and Iolani is Punahou's strongest rival in those sports, too.
You guessed correct.
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Re: 2019 High School Football

#179 Post by genks » Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:04 pm

Finally game night tomorrow!!! Can’t wait! I know my boys can’t wait to get out there and play. Last year Kapolei made the game tough. They have some great athletes, and that very very athletic receiver, forget his name but he’s a playmaker. I’m looking for a serious pass rush. I’m looking at a line that I’m sure is eager to prove that they can get after the qb without Gino and Tui. Expect greatness as usual from Jordan and Nick. I’d like to see at least 1 defensive TD. They had one in most games last year. Always respect, never fear, let’s goooooooo!!!!

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Re: 2019 High School Football

#180 Post by HS Football Fanatic » Thu Aug 15, 2019 7:14 am

genks wrote:
Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:04 pm
Finally game night tomorrow!!! Can’t wait! I know my boys can’t wait to get out there and play. Last year Kapolei made the game tough. They have some great athletes, and that very very athletic receiver, forget his name but he’s a playmaker. I’m looking for a serious pass rush. I’m looking at a line that I’m sure is eager to prove that they can get after the qb without Gino and Tui. Expect greatness as usual from Jordan and Nick. I’d like to see at least 1 defensive TD. They had one in most games last year. Always respect, never fear, let’s goooooooo!!!!
@genks: Well, Kapolei barely got past Waianae this past weekend, and Waianae wasn't even ranked.

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