x
Front Page

Powered by Unisys
x

HURRICANE TRACKER       
x

October 05, 2015 01:43pm
Latest on Tropical Storm Oho
EXPAND RADAR
  • Latest News
  • Sections
  • Videos
  Maui News & Information Hub
TAG: MIL football
AD
April 29, 2016

Vanderbilt, Hawaii Offer Maui High Linebacker Feleti Afemui

With his senior season more than four months away, Feleti Afemui is feeling blessed.
Read More
September 20, 2015

MIL Football: Sabers, Bears, Farmers Win With Defense

Maui High, MIL football, first round, Baldwin High, Bears, Kamehameha Maui, Warriors football, King Kekaulike, Na Alii, Molokai Farmers, eight-man football, Seabury Hall, Spartans football
Read More
September 13, 2015

Lunas Celebrate Homecoming With 37-7 Rout of Kekaulike

The rebuilding Lunas gave their homecoming fans a reason to celebrate, finding the end zone five times en route to a 37-7 triumph over King Kekaulike, after leading by only a field goal through the first quarter of play.
Read More
September 12, 2015

Sabers Earn First-round Div. I Title With Win Over Baldwin

In the end, it was about defense, and Maui High School’s defense proved to be a field goal better than Baldwin’s when it counted. The Sabers’ stout defense shutout Baldwin’s explosive passing game Friday night, before an estimated crowd of 4,300 at War Memorial Stadium, securing the Maui Interscholastic League Division I first-round championship with a nail-biting 3-0 victory.
Read More
September 06, 2015

MIL Football: Akaka Brothers Lead Bears Over Warriors, 35-14

Baldwin High School quarterback Chayce Akaka dialed in his brother Taje Akaka three times Saturday against Kamehameha Maui en route to a 35-14 victory before an estimated crowd of 1,900 at War Memorial Stadium.
Read More
September 05, 2015

MIL Football: Sabers Improve to 2-0 With 14-3 Win Over Lunas

Maui High School snapped a six-game losing streak to Lahainaluna Friday night, thanks to a pair of big runs from Jayden Wilhelm and Soane Vaohea.
Read More
April 05, 2015

Maui Big Boyz League: Bigger, Better, Stronger

Bigger, better, stronger. The Maui Big Boyz Football League is all of the above, and currently in midseason of its fifth year.
Read More
November 07, 2014

Sabers Score First, But Fall Short to Farrington

The Maui High School football team was unable to slow Farrington in the second half, falling to the Governors tonight 22-6 in a First Hawaiian Bank Division I State Championship quarterfinal game at Aloha Stadium on Oahu.
Read More
November 07, 2014

Sabers Have Big Task Against Farrington Today

To be specific, the sixth-ranked Farrington High School Governors are bigger than big, said Maui High School head coach David Bui.
Read More
November 06, 2014

Maui High’s Figueroa Recalls Glory from 2000

Although he is not on the sidelines during games, Maui High defensive coach Rodney Figueroa’s knowledge and experience may go a long way into helping the Sabers prepare for one of its biggest football games in school history.
Read More
November 06, 2014

Vainikolo Brothers Are Face of Sabers’ Football

Long before they were permitted to put on the pads, the Vainikolo boys — Alexander Fonokimoana and Leka Atunaisa — learned the value of faith, family and football.
Read More
November 02, 2014

Rocha-Islas, Newton lead MIL’s Top Performers

Lahainaluna High School’s Jared Rocha-Islas and Kamehameha Maui’s Chase Newton are repeat winners in two of the final four statistical categories for the 2014 Maui Interscholastic League season.
Read More
October 26, 2014

Lunas Outlast Sabers in Defensive Season Finale

Whoever said defense wins championships and offense wins games must have been describing the Maui Interscholastic League and its season-ending champion’s duel.
Read More
October 20, 2014

Miki Fifita Making Huge Impact at IMG Academy

Through the power of prayer and hard work, Miki Fifita has been able to jump start his football future.
Read More
October 11, 2014

Maui High Leaves No Doubt, Routing Bears 27-0

The Sabers’ defense set the tempo early and their offense delivered scores running and passing the ball en route to a 27-0 shutout of Division I foe Baldwin, before a crowd of about 2,500 at War Memorial Stadium.
Read More
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD

 

 

 

 

 

 
^