The matchups are set for two of the three divisions in the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Football State Championships and supporters can watch the games live – either in person or on Spectrum pay-per-view.
The championship double header, slated for Thursday, Dec. 23 at Farrington High School’s Edward 'Skippa' Diaz Stadium at Kusunoki Field, will feature #2 ‘Iolani and #1 Lahainaluna in the Division I title game at 3:00 pm. That game will be followed by the Division I-Open championship game featuring #2 Saint Louis and #1 Kahuku at 7:00 pm.
Both games will be available on Spectrum pay-per-view on channels 1255 (HD) and 255 (SD). The $49.99 fee includes both the Division I and Division I-Open championship games with all proceeds benefiting the Hawaii High School Athletic Association and its member schools. The pay-per-view window opens at 2:00 pm on game day, with the first telecast starting at 3:00 pm.
For supporters out-of-state who wish to watch the games, the stream will be available on the “Team1 Prep” app, which is free to download on mobile, tablet, computer, and laptop devices. The event will cost $49.99 to access and includes both championship games for the one price. Note: The stream is geo-blocked for Hawaii, meaning the games will not be available if the viewer is in state. It is only available for those outside the market.
For fans who want to watch the game in-person, tickets will be available for purchase Monday through the HHSAA’s digital ticketing provider, GoFan, at https://gofan.co/HHSAA
. Ticket prices are $15.00 for general admission and there will be a nominal convenience fee assessed per ticket. All spectators must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination, or a negative COVID-19 test taken within 48 hours of the event. Please go to www.sportshigh.com
for more details.
The Division II championship game on Dec. 30 will be available on Spectrum OC16 channels 1016 (HD) and 16 (SD) as part of the standard Spectrum cable service.
About the HHSAAFounded in 1956, the Hawaii High School Athletic Association is a non‐profit, 501(c)(3) educational athletic organization exclusively dedicated to serving 96 public and independent member high schools statewide, as they work cooperatively to support and promote athletics as part of the high school education program. As the umbrella organization of high school athletics, the HHSAA operates 44 state championships in 18 different sports, establishing consistent standards and rules for competition, in addition to providing professional development opportunities for coaches and athletic administrators.