Leilehua plays host to Campbell in the quarterfinal round of the OIA Division I championship tournament.
A ticket to face Kahuku in the quarterfinals is on the line.
A conference title game between Campbell and Kahuku takes place Friday night.
For the first time in Cover2 history, the F-150 is rumbling to the Division II level.
The winners of the last seven ILH championships square off in this week's matchup.
Proud hosts of the new Edward “Skippa” Diaz Stadium at Kusunoki Field, sixth-ranked Farrington hosts its biggest home game ever against fourth-ranked Mililani.
The defending state champions of Saint Louis will collide with No. 5 Kamehameha Friday night at Aloha Stadium.
This is a rematch of last year's Division I state title game.
After a huge upset win last week, the Hurricanes are rewarded with the top draw in the Open Division tournament.
This OIA vs. ILH matchup looks to be an aerial assault battle.
The Red Raiders have outscored their first two OIA tournament opponents 101-0 and are looking to keep that trend going.
The Seariders are coming off a thriller of a win against Mililani and feature four running backs that average five yards-per-carry or better.
The Buffanblu are looking to get their fifth state tournament ticket in six years.
The winner of this match-up faces Mililani, the 2014 state champions, in the OIA quarterfinals.
This is one of the biggest rivalry games on Oahu.
This matchup goes down in the second city where first place in the OIA red division will be on the line.
This week's Marquee Matchup is (1) Kahuku vs. Bishop Gorman (NV) in Las Vegas.
Quarterbacks Tua Tagovailoa for Saint Louis and Nicholas Kapule of Punahou figure to be the players to watch.