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Wild opening weekend in MIL football
August 27, 2012 - Robert Collias
A nailbiter, a methodical win, and a shocking rout of a perennial champion — that summed up the opening weekend of MIL football games that counted.
Maui High stands atop the league's Division I standings after a 10-7 win over Kamehameha Maui that seemed severely unlikely for all but the last minute or so of play — and came with heavy hearts for a former member of the program who died the day before.
This week, the Sabers get a Baldwin team that is coming off one of its worst losses ever — and the Bears could be missing all-state quarterback Keelan Ewaliko for a little while.
And, as some things change, that doesn't seem to happen to the Lahainaluna program.
This week's MIL games:
Friday, Lahainaluna vs. Kamehameha Maui at War Memorial Stadium, 7 p.m.
Saturday, Baldwin vs. Maui High at War Memorial Stadium, 7 p.m.
And some food for thought, here is the top-10 ballot I just sent in to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser and scoringlive.com: 1. Kahuku, 2. Farrington, 3. Punahou, 4. Saint Louis, 5. Leilehua, 6. Kamehameha Kapalama, 7. Mililani, 8. Iolani, 9. Baldwin, 10. Lahainaluna.
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