No lockouts here…

The O‘ahu Tribal Warrior receiver tries to shake off the Kaua‘i Crusader defender after intercepting a pass in the first half, Saturday night at Vidinha Stadium. This receiver pulled in two TD passes and had at least two interceptions in the Warriors’ win over the Crusaders before a good-sized home crowd. Brad Hiranaka, on the Crusaders’ coaching staff and president of the Kaua‘i Youth Football, said the Kaua‘i Jr. Bulldogs and the Intermediate Bulldogs lost their respective games to a visiting Waiana‘e, O‘ahu team earlier in the day at Vidinha Stadium.

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