End game

The Warriors have decided to play their spring game on Saturday, April 28.

The event is technically the 15th — and final — practice of spring training.

The event will be held in the afternoon at the Ching Athletic Complex and will end before the first pitch of the UH baseball team’s game against Cal State Northridge at Les Murakami Stadium.

The Warriors still are figuring if there is a way to hold a concert for the students without affecting baseball’s attendance.


  1. azwarrior22 February 28, 2018 8:48 am


  2. Warrior Dave February 28, 2018 8:50 am

    Welcome back R & S!!!

  3. Paniolo February 28, 2018 9:02 am

    The top local high school quarterback from St. Louis high, Chevron Santiago (I may have misspelled his name badly) who signed on with our Warrior football team. I know he does not come aboard with other freshmen in June 2018, do you think he will be at the spring game just watching and picking up some tips.
    I won’t be surprised if he has already given Coach Nick Rolovich Run and shoot play book to study and prepare himself when he comes aboard in June 2018 to participate with other Warriors in the off-season workout.

  4. tom-warriornation February 28, 2018 10:05 am

    Got this email from Rolo:

    Received your email from my mom. Can’t tell you how thankful we are for what you have done throughout the years. I would like to pledge $500 to the account. Please put a $50 in the name of all the assistant coaches, I will let them know. Appreciate it.

    Best Wishes and Aloha,
    Nick Rolovich
    Head Football Coach
    University of Hawaii

    Can you help me reach my goal by making a $25 donation to the UH Foundation Fund I created for UH Football recruiting–see below link.
    If 2000 fans do this, we will raise $50,000. So far, I got 616 donors ($15,400), so only 1384 more donors to go–each donor spot represents $25.

    After donating, text me your name to 415-324-0585 or email your receipt to: tomkitaguchi@yahoo.com so I can add it below (if you don’t mind):

    1. Tom Kitaguchi, CA
    2. Joel Gushikuma, VA
    3. Michelle Houlihan (mom of Ben Scruton #36), Australia
    4. Timothy Ho, CA
    5. Jeffrey Domdoma, HI
    6. Toni & Chris Martines, HI
    7. D. Ng
    8. Tom Mui, HI
    9. Glenn Okada, HI
    10. J Sakai
    11. W Stallworth
    12. Daniel Ng, CA
    13. Dean Shimabukuro, CA
    14. Dave Mutter, IL
    15. Aaron Avilla, HI
    16. Tammy Hadden (mom of former K Tyler Hadden), CA
    17. E Hananoki
    18. Scott Isara, CA
    19. C Kobashigawa
    20. J Nanya, CA
    21. Daniel Ng
    22. Glenn Okada, HI
    23. Mike Perry (brother of Fred Ulu-Perry’s grandpa), NV
    24. D Rutt
    25. E Scott, ID
    26. Keith Sherman, PA
    27. E Stallworth
    28. H Takahashi
    29. E Stalwart
    30. Rick Santana, HI
    31. Glen Iwamoto
    32. Graham McConnell, NY
    33. C Kuniyuki, HI
    34. Gerald Ushijima, HI
    35. Barbara Heiking, HI
    36. Curtis Sano, VA
    37. M Yuen, HI
    38. Al Kimura, HI
    39. Dave Mutter
    40. Andrew Uffman, CA
    41. Wayne Miyasato
    42. Garret Okamoto, CA
    43. Neal Morisato, HI
    44. Stevie Kiyosaki, HI
    45. Carey Adachi, CA
    46. Brian Koji, CA
    47-50. Harold Imai $100
    51. Jeff Duva, first QB for Dick Tomey 1977-78, CA
    52. David Kam
    53. J Aniya
    54-57. William & Ramona Stutzmann $100
    58. Greg Cummins, first punter for Dick Tomey 1977-78, CA
    59. Wayne Coito, HI
    60-64. Tom Kitaguchi $125
    65-66. Timothy Ho $50, CA
    67-70. Daniel Ng $100
    71-74. Dave Mutter $100, former OL in 1970’s & biggest supporter of former players
    75-76. Rick Santana $50
    77-80. Gil Horita, HI
    81-96. anonymous
    97-98. Chad Sanborn $50, HI
    99-102. Tom Kitaguchi $100
    103-104. Herb Ho $50, HI
    105. Gary Tokumori, CA
    106-107. Leburta Kanno $50, HI
    108-109. Milton Gibo $50, CA
    110. Tyler Siu
    111. Ipu Man
    112. Lesley Torres, HI
    113-114. Ross Shiraki $50, UHM ’80, CA
    115-119. Tom Kitaguchi $125
    120-121. Scott Simon
    122. Roger Simon
    123. Jarin Simon
    124-127. Gerald Ushijima $100
    128. Eric Saruwatari
    129. John Amaki, CA
    130-134. Glen Morisato $100, CA
    135-136. anonymous
    137. Lee & Tricia Afusia, parents of Kody Afusia (former OL), CA
    138. Gregg Isara, CA
    139. Grant Tanimoto, HI
    140. Roger Ikeda, CA
    141. David Oride, HI
    142-151. Rick Nakashima $250, HI
    152-191. $1000 from Water Controls Inc. of Maui, who challenges other companies to do the same!
    192. Desmond Ogata, HI
    193. Carol E. Ogata, HI
    194. Gwen Martin, HI
    195-204. Pat Rogers $250
    205-208. Rich Yamane $100
    209-210. Rick Ikemoto $50
    211. Garret Yamanaka, HI
    212-237. Tom Kitaguchi $650
    237-240. Ed Tamura $100, HI
    241. W Figueira, HI
    242. Shilene Matautia (mom of our star LB Solomon #27), HI
    243-244. C. Y., WA
    245. Ed McIntosh, HI
    246. Bob Medeiros
    247-250. Tom Kitaguchi
    251. Kelly Toguchi, HI
    252-254. Joey Gushikuma $100, VA
    255. Fuchsia Yamashiro (UNLV tailgate head) $25 ongoing monthly, NV
    256-275. Carey Adachi $500, CA
    276-279. Mike Higa $100
    280. G. Miyashiro, HI
    281. Jason Shimizu, HI
    282. Ken Araki, CA
    283-284. Carl Nagami
    285. Stephen Miller, AZ
    286-289. Allen Kamemoto $100, HI
    290. Matt & Ioke Wong, HI
    291-292. Tim Chang, CA
    293. Brian Perry (Fred Ulu-Perry’s grandpa), HI
    294-295. Keone Chin, HI
    296. Lance McGee, WA
    297. Eddie Kim, CA
    298-302. Lori Rolovich (yes, Rolo’s mom), CA
    303. Matt Mitchell, HI
    304. Clyde Matsusaka, HI
    305-525. Previous Warrior Nation Fund donors
    526-527. Dave & Linda Olney, CA
    528. Mirio Whitley, HI
    529-532. anonymous, CA
    533. Fuchsia Yamashiro, NV (ongoing monthly donation)
    534. Wanda Kitaguchi, HI (ongoing monthly donation)
    535. The Punchbowl Kid
    536. James Watari, HI
    537. Daryl Williams, CA (former UH LB)
    538. Randy Tobita, Lahaina, HI
    539. Wayne Coito, HI
    540. Louise Ferreira, HI
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    544. Stephen & Karen Maddox, NV
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    567-568. Jacob Yoro, UH football asst. coach
    569. Howard Hanzawa, Maui
    570. Tony Tony, CA
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    572-575. What’s Up, TX
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    578-579. Placido Valenciano, HI
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    611. Clyde Rodrigues, Maui
    612. Annie DeWeese, HI
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    Mahalo, and pls share this with all of your fellow fans.

    Tom Kitaguchi, founder of Hawaii Football Warrior Nation Facebook group (over 3050 members)


  5. burro sabio February 28, 2018 10:18 am

    Who is Chevron Santiago? Why would a player give a coach with a run & shoot background a playbook. Ok I’m just busting your eggos.

  6. Bigwave96744 February 28, 2018 11:33 am

    Who every Chevron Santiago is, he can play both ways on every down because……………… he would never run out of gas 😂

  7. Bigwave96744 February 28, 2018 11:35 am

    And I thought “Little Mermaid” was funny. Thanks for the best medicine 🙂

  8. Lowtone123 February 28, 2018 11:46 am

    I think Chevron changed his name to Texaco.

  9. Warrior4Life February 28, 2018 12:50 pm

    Aloha Chevron! Hele on down to Freedom 🙂

  10. hilorain February 28, 2018 1:02 pm

    Is Chevron’s sister Shell(ie)?

  11. BigWave96744 February 28, 2018 1:08 pm

    His brother Phillips wore #66

  12. letsgowarriors February 28, 2018 1:12 pm

    U NO his cousin CAL wore #76

  13. BigWave96744 February 28, 2018 1:17 pm

    I’m excited that he is a “Mobil” QB

  14. Warrior4Life February 28, 2018 1:32 pm

    BigWave96744 February 28, 2018 1:17 pm

    I’m excited that he is a “Mobil” QB

    Super! Must have at least a 92 rating, don’t you think?

  15. clyde February 28, 2018 1:33 pm

    Hopefully, Chevron can pass more than just gas …

  16. turfwar February 28, 2018 1:41 pm

    This post came just in time for my lunch break. You guys crack me up.

  17. seewhy February 28, 2018 2:33 pm

    I think he’ll have a hard time choosing his jersey number this year. I’d say he chooses between 7-Eleven.

  18. Willie February 28, 2018 2:51 pm

    ROTFLMAO! My life just got extended by an hour, you guys are awesome!

  19. wafan February 28, 2018 2:55 pm

    Best posts here in a long time. Reminds me of the old WB Night Crew.

  20. islandman February 28, 2018 2:56 pm

    Texaco Cordeiro

  21. Da Punchbowl Kid February 28, 2018 4:01 pm

    My favorite gaggle of silly geese! A gaggle in more than one sense of the word! 🙂 🙂

  22. kama krab February 28, 2018 4:17 pm

    Howzit Everybody,

    You guys hilarious. Miss this kine talk around hea.

  23. SteveM February 28, 2018 5:06 pm

    RE: 18
    Ahhh. the night crew and one of ST’s first rules…the 9:00 pm Rule. Stay on topic until 9:00, then open blog until his next post. Problem was we had an international following and it was always 9:00 pm somewhere. 😉

    I was one of the night crew, but the stars were Al, DPK, Bulla, Homey, gigi-hawaii, Long Time UH fan (RIP) and las vegas/rasu begasu (RIP). 300 comments per blog was common.

  24. cappie the dog February 28, 2018 9:15 pm

    Support the free press!!!

  25. cappie the dog February 28, 2018 9:19 pm

    I have an idea for a concert.

    In the 1990s, Hawaii residents Dave Derby, Eric Masunaga, and Tryan George comprised The Damnbuilders, an alternative rock band, who eventually landed on a major label, and had a minor hit with “Shrine”.

    Their violin player is still active. Her name is Joan Wasser, who performs under the moniker Joan as Police Woman.

  26. Paniolo March 1, 2018 7:16 am

    Sorry about that. I should have reviewed the 2018 Warrior new recruits than I would have the correct spelling of “Chevan Cordeiro” instead of Chevron Santiago.

    Most Warrior football fans like myself, foresee Chevan as the Warrior starting quarterback this season. He comes from a Run and Shoot offense at St. Louis high school which would be a good fit for Head Warrior football coach Nick Rolovich.

    With that said, I am sure Chevan, though still in St. Louis high school and attending class, he will be a our Warriors spring practice when it opens this year. I don’t mean Chevan cutting classes, but he will be there, like on a weekend.
    Again, I reiterate, I wouldn’t be surprise Rolo would give a copy of his RUN AND SHOOT playbook to Chevan to chew on till he comes aboard in June 2018.

  27. Warrior4Life March 1, 2018 8:04 am

    Paniolo March 1, 2018 7:16 am

    Sorry about that. I should have reviewed the 2018 Warrior new recruits than I would have the correct spelling of “Chevan Cordeiro” instead of Chevron Santiago.

    It’s all in the spirit of fun Paniolo 🙂 Besides, it may not be called Run and Shoot anymore if Chevan takes the reign. Perhaps it will be called Gas and Pass…all credit goes to you 🙂

  28. Stephen Tsai March 1, 2018 8:36 am

    New post: http://www.hawaiiwarriorworld.com/?p=45514

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