The game ended 7-7 and was a seesaw affair throughout. Up one minute. Down the next. Wonder what will happen tomorrow?
Fourteen turnovers–seven by each team–with the win coming down to a 48-yard field goal with thirty seconds left. Game to Punahou, 13-10. Who would have expected a Kahuku-Punahou game to be played like that?
Certainly not the many members of the Punahou School class of 1974 who were in attendance. Seen in the stands that evening were Ian Sandison, Doug and Patty Ross Knowlton, Haven Young Rafto, Charlie Loomis, Jeff Sia, Jeff Zane and Anne Takushi, Keith Kam, Gene Lau, Mike Mikasa, and Lynne Gartley Meyer.
A good game is expected again on Friday, November 21 when No. 1 Punahou plays No. 2 Mililani for the Hawaii state football championship. The contest is scheduled to start at Aloha Stadium at 7:30 p.m. Hope to see you there!
Note: If you can’t come to the stadium the game can come to you. Listen to it on AM 1500, NBC Sports Radio where it will be streamed live wherever you are. For those of you who prefer to watch it, the game is available via OC16.
With fourteen turnovers (seven by each team) the game was a seesaw affair. Up one minute. Down the next. But Punahou