For the seventh consecutive season, the OIA Division I football title will go to either Kahuku or Mililani when the teams do battle Friday night.
Pearl City is making its third appearance in the league's title game in four years while Nanakuli is back after a one year absence.
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Friday night's OIA Division I final provided a much-needed test for both the Moanalua and Kapolei girls' volleyball teams.
Farrington opened up the armory in its win over Waianae Friday night, finishing with a season-high 394 yards of total offense.
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SL's All-Hawaii Football teams honor standout Div. I and II athletes statewide annually.
SL's All-Hawaii Basketball teams honor standout Div. I and II athletes statewide annually.
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