Successful evening at Aloha Stadium

It was an evening of football, fun and flashbacks for the second 808 Passing Academy clinic.

Former UH quarterback Sean Schroeder was the organizer. Schroeder,PAAMCO and individual donors paid all the expenses for the free camp for quarterbacks and receivers at Aloha Stadium.

Participants received Under Armour dry-fit shirts, snacks and instruction from Vince Passas, Robby Toma, Miah Ostrowski, Jeremiah Cockheran, TJ Taimatuia, Andrew Manley, Cayman Shutter, Jeremy Higgins, Kamuela Alo and Schroeder.

Schroeder is enrolled at Stanford’s MBA program this fall. But he said he will return for the third camp next year.

Former UH slotback/point guard Miah Ostrowski
Former UH wideout Jeremiah Cockheran, who now coaches at Kalaheo
Punahou and Notre Dame graduate Robby Toma
Saint Louis School and UH graduate Jeremy Higgins
Leilehua legend Andrew Manley
Former UH linebacker TJ Taimatuia
Sean Schroeder
Punahou and UH graduate Cayman Shutter
In 2008, these two QBs — Cayman Shutter and Andrew Manley — faced off in the Division I state championship game
A trio of left-handed quarterbacks — Sean Schroeder, Aloha Stadium manager Scott Chan, and Jeremy Higgins. By the way, I was in the stands four decades ago when Chan, Kaiser’s QB, sneaked into the end zone twice — although it was ruled Farrington had made the goal-line stand both times. Different era, different turf … same painful memory
Keep an eye on Kobe Tuasau, an incoming Punahou freshman quarterback. He can throw it. He’s also related to the Tagovailoa brothers


  1. orioles4eva June 24, 2017 8:29 am

    Good morning. Nice way to give back to the kids, free shirt also.

  2. Warrior Dave June 24, 2017 8:30 am

    I love it when players from the past give back to UH and our communities. Warriors for life!

  3. islandman June 24, 2017 12:37 pm

    Oregon St loses to LSU and is out of the CWS. Did you see the plate umpire’s calls on outside pitches that did not cross over the plate at all ? The commentators said he called those strikes for both teams. I hope he reviews the video of his calls.

  4. Boolakanaka June 24, 2017 12:46 pm

    Scotty Chan was strong as hell in HS…..benching like an o-lineman.

  5. SteveM June 24, 2017 1:27 pm

    Aloha to the great players with familiar names from the Warrior past!

  6. SteveM June 24, 2017 1:40 pm

    In my annual email test the other day, I sent an email to Tsai-kos who have shared their addys over the years.* I also inquired about Road game attendance plans this year.

    If you did not receive an email from me (and used to), it could be because your messages in previous years had bounced for whatever reason and were deleted in that update. Please send me a current address and your blog name.

    stevem.hnl (at) gmail dot com

    * these are people who have shared for tailgate and social purposes, etc… over 26o people. It is not related to the email addy you enter to post on this blog.

  7. turfwar June 24, 2017 5:09 pm

    Kobe looks like he is already a strapping young man. How long before the first offer rolls in for the kid.

  8. kalua pig June 24, 2017 5:59 pm

    cockheran and manly look like chicken katsu plate gravy all ovah da rice and mac salad.

  9. DennisHalloran June 24, 2017 7:10 pm

    Three CFL games already, all close and exciting 1 pt win, 3 pt win and overtime tie
    We get them on TV in So Cal
    Football is running through my veins again

  10. cappie the dog June 24, 2017 7:34 pm

    Cade Smith(16th round, Minnesota Twins: unsigned)
    Jonny Homza(5th round, San Diego Padres: signed 6/23)
    Austin Rubick(20th round, Milwaukee Brewers: signed 6/22)

    islandman: I have a theory that Oregon State didn’t want to win. Why in the world
    would you not ask for a review on Kwan’s double against the left-field
    wall? The program would be greeted with so much scrutiny had they
    won it all. The story will persist, but perhaps the glare won’t be quite
    so bright. Alas, SEC versus SEC. Zero interest.

  11. tarai June 25, 2017 12:44 pm

    Marcus Kemps brother transfering from Missouri basketball

  12. Stephen Tsai June 25, 2017 1:35 pm

    New post:

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