Insight, News, and Opinion by Nick Abramo
  • January 19, 2022
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November was a record month for Bedrock Sports Hawaii readership, now that sports is nearly in full swing in Hawaii after COVID-19 wiped out most everything involving athletics in 2020 and the start of 2021.

“Starting a Hawaii sports news website when no sports are being played pretty much all over the world but especially in Hawaii is like starting a football team without a person who can pass the ball more than 10 feet,” Abramo said about the website’s May 5, 2020 birthdate that coincided with the early part of the pandemic spread.

But Abramo never had a problem sticking with the “running game.”

“Even though there were hardly any sports being played, there were plenty of sports stories to write about,” he continued before adding, “We took off with the elephant package and ran it right up the gut.”

Of the 10 most-read stories in November, 2021, nine are about football and five of those are about the surging Kahuku Red Raiders (6-0), who are No. 1 in the Bedrock Top 10, are OIA Open Division regular-season champions and play in the league semifinals Saturday against Waianae.

The one non-football story among the 10 is about the NHL expansion team, the Seattle Kraken.

Bedrock Sports Hawaii’s Most-Read Stories (Nov. 1 through 30, 2021)

>> 1. Four From the Junior Class Are Reminders That Kahuku’s Ascendancy Is An Offshoot Of The Red Raiders’ Generational Descendancy (Nov. 24)
>> 2. Grading Every Seattle Kraken Player Through 10 Games Of First NHL Season (Nov. 4)
>> 3. Kainoa Carvalho And Liona Lefau Lead No. 3 Kahuku To A Commanding 55-20 Win Over No. 2 Mililani (Nov. 13)
>> 4. No. 1 Kahuku Overpowers No. 5 Campbell 49-23 To Clinch OIA Regular-Season Football Title (Nov. 27)
>> 5. The Agony Of Defeat In Human Form: Kamehameha’s Hunter Kaulana Ah Loo (Nov. 6)
>> 6. Sharp Kahuku Vaults To No. 1 In Bedrock Sports Hawaii Top 10 (Nov. 17)
>> 7. HHSAA Football State Tourney To Be At Mililani And Farrington Fields; Four Of 12 Teams Are In So Far (Nov. 29)
>> 8. Kahuku’s Waika Crawford Is Bedrock Sports Hawaii’s Player Of The Week (Nov. 16)
>> 9. Moanalua QB Taylor Malloe Is Bedrock Sports Hawaii’s Player Of The Week (Nov. 30)
>> 10. Great Timing By Coach Leads To Bedrock Sports Hawaii’s Choice For Football Player Of The Week: Kalaheo’s Elijah Taylor (Nov. 23)


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