Results for Top Rivalry 2012
Kahuku has won six Division I state titles since 2000, and nearly every year the team has to go through Farrington. Sometimes twice. The teams' annual regular-season matchup usually determines the Eastern Division championship, then they often play again in the playoffs. No matter the situation, the games are always physical and run-oriented.
The Leilehua-Mililani rivalry doesn't need a trophy or any sort of tchotchke to be awarded to the winner. The two schools are just five miles apart and know each other well (Mililani coach Rod York was on Leilehua's coaching staff from 2004-06), so every time they play each other pride is on the line. Leilehua leads the series 77-34-1.
Half the schools in Hawaii seem to consider Punahou a rival, but nobody for as long as Kamehameha. Punahou, the alma mater of President Obama, fielded the state's first high school football team in 1890. Kamehameha had the state's second program, and a rivalry was born. The teams typically play twice a year, splitting this year's series.