Hawaii high school football team scores 104 points to tie a nearly century old record

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Hilo tied a nearly century old record last weekend when it beat Waiakea 104-0. The 2018 Division I runner-ups scored 83 points in the first half with 13 different players scoring Hilo’s 15 overall touchdowns.

The 104 points tied Kamehameha’s record 104 points scored in a 1923 game against the Honolulu Military Academy.

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