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Watch the complete highlights of every Red Raider victory of the 2011 State Championship season. A portion of each purchase will be donated to the football team.

In the DVD
– Extensive highlights of each victory
– Introduction of the season
– Homecoming special
– Footage of some of the celebration

Prices

  • $15 – Oahu pickup only. Email kahukunation@gmail.com with a contact number and we’ll get the DVD to you ASAP.
  • $15 + shipping – Off of Oahu. Click here to order from EBay.
  • $7 (One per Varsity player or coach) – Oahu pickup only. Email kahukunation@gmail.com with a contact number and we’ll get the DVD to you ASAP. Player or coach must be present.

We have about 60 DVDs left and we can make more if we need to.

The State Championship Is Won, the Highlights Are Done

For those of you living under a rock, if you haven’t heard, the Kahuku Red Raiders defeated the Punahou Buffanblu in last weeks State Championship match-up giving our boys in red their unprecedented 6th HHSAA Football Title. Here is the link to the highlight reel of the game. A better quality version will be released in a further announcement.

http://www.megavideo.com/?v=PN4WYB88

Vindication Achieved


Congrats to the Kahuku Red Raiders for shutting out the Governors en route to their record setting 22nd OIA Title. After what happened last season, this game meant more than a rivalry game for the conference title. Kahuku responded with their best performance of the season. The team has earned a 1st round bye and will play the Kealakehe-Leilehua winner next Friday. The highlights of the game can be found on the schedule page or by clicking the link below. GO BIG RED!!!

Click here to see the OIA Championship Highlights

OIA Championship Announcement and More

The last time Kahuku and Farrington met, it was for the OIA East Crown in a game that was packed before halftime of the JV game. At 7pm on Friday night, with the venue at Aloha Stadium, the stage is bigger. With the #1 spot in next weeks state tourney and an OIA Championship, the stakes are bigger. With 2 of the most passionate fan bases in the state and OC16 streaming the game live, the crowd will be bigger. With 2 of the best smashmouth teams in the state, the hits will be bigger. Join us for round two of #1 vs. #2 in what has become a revived rivalry. Can’t be at the game or catch the online broadcast? Follow us on Twitter or Facebook for live, detailed, in-game updates.

There is also a pep rally at the Kahuku High School gym at 1:45 pm on Friday. Look on facebook for a group called “Red Alert” for specific details about the event.

USA Today Computers Prediction: 14-13 Kahuku
USA Today Prediction record 4-1

Click here for the driving directions
Kahuku will be sitting on Kaneohe side of the stadium.

Playoff Ticket Prices CASH ONLY

  • $3.00 – Parking
  • $7.00 – General Admission
  • $6.00 – Senior Citizens and Military w/ ID
  • $4.00 – Students Grade 8 & under and students with OIA Athletic Passes
  • FREE – 4 year olds and under

Highlights for last weeks victory over Leilehua can be found here.
The updated brackets can be found in the link below.

Click For Varsity Brackets

Highlights Are Here FINALLY!!! Girls VB on OC 16 (Wednesday).

We finally found a way to upload the vids for your enjoyment without having it muted or banned. The quality may be a little iffy but we’ll get you higher quality at the seasons end. The play and hit of the game features have been added. Thanks to EVERYONE for voting on Facebook for the Hits of the Game. The highlights from the other games can be found on each team’s schedule page.

Note on the vids: Click the red arrow, wait, and then click the green arrow. The pop-up ad may deceive some to download unnecessary software.

Click Here for the Varsity highlights vs. Waianae
Click Here for the JV highlights vs. Aiea

OC16.tv has stated that they’ll broadcast the Girls VB game tonight at 7pm HST. This game is the 1st round of the state playoffs in a single elimination format.

Click Here at 7pm HST Wednesday to watch our girls VB team.

1 Point Is the Difference In the Battle of #1 vs. #2

#9 Aofaga Wily

One of Faga Wily's 25 carries for 135 yards

The 9 year winning streak over the OIA Red East rival Farrington Governors has been snapped as the Govs held off 2 Kahuku drives in the last 2 minutes. A failed PAT was the difference in what could be a preview of an OIA or even a State Championship.

Kahuku’s offense sputtered in the 1st half but the defense kept the Govs off the board by producing turnovers from Bronson Beatty(fum recovery, INT) and 92 yard Kawehena Johnson who had a 92 yard pick 6 that put the Red Raiders up at halftime 7-0. Farrington answered right away with a run heavy drive ending up in a Gov TD. The following Kahuku drive, highlighted by a 30 yard Wily run, ended on a failed 4th down pass attempt to a diving Kawe Johnson. Farrington scored another TD right after that on a 28 yard play-action pass to Toma Barrett. Kahuku had 6 penalties in those 3 drives and paid dearly for it. Faga Wily and Kahuku’s offense then drove down the field to make the score 14-13. Kahuku had 2 more chances but couldn’t move the ball into FG range and that was it.

With the loss, Kahuku is 2nd in the Red East and Farrington claims the top East seed in the OIA Playoffs regardless of what happens in the final week of the regular season. Kahuku (6-1) closes it’s regular season against Castle (2-5) next week and Farrington (7-0) will take on Moanalua (4-3).

Kahuku’s JV Overcomes Huge Adversity With A Hollywood Style Ending

Note to reader: We try to be as unbiased as we can. We will call bad calls bad no matter who made them.

Spencer Elmore

After a Drew Williams TD put Kahuku up 6-0. Kahuku tried to end the Govs drive with a blocked FG. #5 Cliff Ramseyer beat the outside blocker and dove to block the kick, the blocker pushed Ramseyer in the back into the kicker. Result, Roughing the Kicker leading to a Gov TD 6 all. Backup QB Spencer Elmore then completed his 1st pass, a long TD pass plucked out of the air by Drayton Aki. Kahuku leads at the half 14-6.

We skip to the 4th quarter, Soli Afalava picks the ball off in the endzone and takes it 103 yards the other way. During the return, we saw the Back Judge waving as if it was a touchback but Afalava wasn’t even close to being down or out of bounds. Result, Kahuku ball 1st and 10 on their own 3 yard line. Blocked punt after the 3 and out set Farrington up at the 2. Govs tie it up 14 all. During the extra point conversion, I watched the coaches rally the team. How did they respond? Well after going back and forth with 2 3-and-outs on each side and a bad Gov punt, Kahuku got the ball on the Farrington 23 yard line with 1:04 left. Here’s how the next set of downs went.

1st and 10 on Farr 23 – Pitch to Drew Williams but he can’t get to the corner and is dragged down at the 24. Clock running.
2nd and 11 on Farr 24 – Elmore drops back to throw to Aki on the fade route. He catches it at the pylon but out of bounds.
3rd and 11 on Farr 24 – Elmore drops back to throw to Aki on the post route. The CB tips the ball over Aki’s head.
4th and 11 on Farr 24 – Elmore drops back to throw and has no one. He steps up in the pocket and is nearly sacked. Rolling to his left he finds Ku’uliko Carvalho who takes it in for 6 with 7 seconds left.

Ashely Kaka sealed the game with a pick and the JV Red Raiders remain undefeated at 8-0. Like we said earlier, Kahuku has a bright future ahead of them.