The highly anticipated showdown between second-ranked Kahuku and fourth-ranked Mililani takes place Saturday.
The Red Raiders are three-time defending kings, and will bring the Red Zone royalty to the rumble.
Running back Wesley Alo-Maiava is the state leader in rushing touchdowns, hitting pay dirt 10 times in five games.
Of course, the Trojans can throw it, and at a legendary clip.
In last week’s win over Waianae, quarterback Dillon Gabriel passed both Timmy Chang and Tua Tagovailoa to become Hawaii’s all-time career passing leader.
The kid has done it all, but has never beaten Kahuku.
Kickoff is at 6:30 p.m. at Kahuku.