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Wednesday, December 09, 2009

Aloha Prep Bowl to Show Hawaii's and Mainland's Best Prep Football Players

Starr Dods
Reader Submitted

The best senior high school football players from Hawaii and the Mainland will play in the second annual Aloha Prep Bowl, presented by the Hawaii Army National Guard, set to take place Saturday, December 12, 2009 at Hawaii's Aloha Stadium.

The Aloha Prep Bowl is produced by Football University (FBU), an invitation-only camp for elite-level youth and prep players, in conjunction with the Hawaii Union Builders (HUB) Foundation.

Proceeds from the Aloha Prep Bowl go to the HUB Foundation, which provides scholarships to Hawaii college-bound student athletes.

The Aloha Prep Bowl will highlight 130 top Hawaii players. One hundred of the best Oahu players will play in the Hawaii Goodwill Senior Bowl, now in its 19th year thanks to the HUB Foundation, in an East vs. West challenge. Forty of mainland U.S.A's top prep football players will compete against a Hawaii team comprised of 30 players from across Hawaii and 10 mainland players with ties to the Aloha State in the Hawaii/Polynesia-Mainland Bowl.

The Hawaii Goodwill Senior Bowl starts at 4 PM. Free shirts and other game collectibles will be given away until supplies last. The Hawaii/Polynesia-Mainland Bowl follows at 7 PM.

Tickets are available now at the Aloha Stadium Box Office and at Ticket Pricing: General Admission $10 and Free for children 5 and under.

For team rosters and more information on this exciting double header, visit

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