Interscholastic League of Honolulu adjusts 2021 high school football schedule

Interscholastic League of Honolulu
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Earlier this month, the Hawaii Department of Education paused the start of the 2021 high school football season until the end of September, so all student-athletes could be vaccinated. However, the Interscholastic League of Honolulu doesn’t fall under the DOE, so ILH officials have decided to start the season on August 27.

Interestingly, the ILH also decided to play games at condemned Aloha Stadium without fans.

The ILH will crown champs in late October. After that, ILH teams will be able to schedule games against OIA programs to close out Hawaii’s regular season ahead of the state tournament that could end as late as the first week in 2022.

Below are the ILH Divisions and teams:

Open Division – Kamehameha, Punahou, Saint Louis

D1 – Damien, Iolani

D2 – Kamhehameha II, PAC 5, Saint Louis II

2021 ILH Schedule

August 27

  • Damien vs. Iolani
  • Punahou vs. Kamehameha

September 3

  • Damien vs. Kamehameha II
  • Iolani vs. PAC-5

September 10

  • Damien vs. PAC-5
  • Iolani vs. Kamehameha II

September 17 & 18

  • Saint Louis II vs. Damien
  • Iolani vs. PAC-5
  • Saint Louis vs. Punahou

September 24

  • Saint Louis vs. Kamehameha
  • Iolani vs. Damien
  • PAC-5 vs. Kamehameha

October 1

  • Punahou vs. Kamehameha
  • Damien vs. PAC-5
  • Iolani vs. Saint Louis II

October 8

  • Saint Louis II vs. Kamehameha II
  • Punahou vs. Saint Louis

October 15

  • Saint Louis II vs. PAC-5
  • Saint Louis vs. Kamehameha

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