Chasing the dream

February 16th, 2013

Yesterday's walk-on tryouts had several elements — drizzle, drama (it was the start of a three-day weekend so no key-holder to Ching could be found) and eclectic characters.

But about 40 football players were able to show their talents, grit and, sometimes, girth in a tryout that should earn a few a spot on the Warriors' spring roster. Invitations are expected to be formally extended on Tuesday.

* * * * *


There were what-the-heck expressions when Justin Lopez crossed the finish line of the 40-yard dash in a surprising 4.5 seconds. It was a good time considering the turf was slippery and there was a significant head wind.

Lopez then jogged back and readied himself for his second try.

"Stop!" said UH assistant coach Phil Rauscher, who coordinated the tryouts. "Don't you want to rest a little?"

Lopez didn't.

He finished his second sprint in 4.6 seconds.

Lopez is a 2009 Waialua High graduate who recently attended Leeward Community College. He is 5 feet 9 and 195 pounds, and aspires to play slotback.

* * * * *


The odds would appear to be against Kendrick Simmons, a recent Leeward Community College graduate.

He hasn't played football in years.

His weight is mauka of 320 pounds.

He is 34 years old.

But Simmons, who has a background in television production, embraced the challenge of trying to make the Warriors as an offensive lineman. Several Warriors cheered as Simmons went through the 40-yard dash and L-test.

* * * * *


The courting began on the basketball court.

Malcolm Okeke had been working out daily in Gym II with the hope of trying out for the basketball Warriors. Bystanders noted that Okeke's size (6-3), footwork and quickness would be transferrable skills to football. He was encouraged to participate in yesterday's tryout.

Okeke, who was born in Nigeria, did well in the speed drills despite wearing gym shoes instead of cleats.

"I never expected any of this," Okeke said. "I've never done anything like this."

* * * * *


Running back Pareese Joas said he has trained regularly since graduating from Liberty High (Frisco, Texas) in 2010.

He carries a football wherever he goes.

"I've been training for this," Joas said. "But, really, I've been training my whole life for football."

Joas said he enrolled at UH because "of the pro-style offense and the coaching staff."

He enrolled in January, then pestered the coaches for a chance to audition.

"They finally told me the forms were in, so I picked them up," Joas said.

Joas was credited with a 4.4 in his first 40-yard sprint. One of the timers clocked Joas as under 4.4 seconds. His second attempt also was under 4.5 seconds.


* * * * *

The new additions — grad assistant Jordan Wynn and assistant coach Chris Naeole:


* * * * *

It's the angle but offensive tackle David Griffin (left) is actually taller than tight end Josh Long;


* * * * *

It's all about leverage as cornerback Ne'Quan Phillips (right) vowed he could tackle linebacker Brenden Daley:


* * * * *

It was supposed to be a simple picture of the DBs — John Hardy-Tuliau (left), Ne'Quan Phillips (middle) and Tony Grimes (right) — and then Joey Iosefa took over, front and center:


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164 Responses to “Chasing the dream”

  1. papajoe2:


  2. Me:


  3. papajoe2:

    Good to see that there may be some "finds" out there.

  4. redzone:

    Good luck to Pareese and others. Go for the dream. Having another running back with speed would be nice.

  5. SteveM:

    Good morning everyone!

    Interesting stories, ST!

  6. alnbama:

    Top 10, ok, see y'all

  7. sl1322:

    Top 10?

  8. SteveM:

    Hi ainbama! Long time.... still residing in Alabama, right?

  9. wafan:

    Top 10!

  10. Tanman:

    Great stories!! Other than good recruits, we need great walk ons! They are more motivated and can push our recruits to make them better. Hopefully, some of these guys will become stars on the Warriors football team!! Imagine if we can get a Chad Owens, and/or Ashley Lelie out of this group!!

  11. 3-Prong:


  12. Stephen Tsai:

    Apparently the recruits are very competitive.
    One of the recruiting stops is Dave & Busters.
    One of the receiver recruits beat Ashley Lelie in pop-a-shot. It was considered to be the highlight of his trip.

  13. kifi:

    Thanks for the pics ST.

  14. Kapahulu:

    TOP 20

  15. alnbama:

    Hey SteveM, yeah still in Bama. Love the picture's of the boy's ST.

  16. leron:

    Is Justin Lopez' arms for real?

  17. tommui:


    Good pictures ST - thank you.

  18. Bowwar:

    The possibilities never end...I hope some of the walk-ons get their chance.

  19. Bugaz:

    Looks as though Iosefa is trimming down

  20. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Good Morning Gangeez!

    Good luck to all the walk-ons - dream big, play bigger! It looks like there are some good ones there.

    Welcome to the new coaches.

    Good job with the pictures Mr. Tsai.

  21. PurpleMaple:

    Great pictures.

  22. Old School Dave:

    Thanks for the report on the walkon tryouts, ST. Hats off to all of the participants. You just never know when you'll find a diamond in the rough.

  23. SteveM:

    Bon Voyage, hawnstln !!!

    Our Lo-Cal Tsai-ko uber-cruiser is probably having buffet lunch aboard the Holland Zaandam in San Diego at this moment. This cruise is a 14-night round trip swinging through Hawaii.

    The ship will be in Nawiliwili on the 23rd (where he can visit his son) and Honolulu on the 24th. He will be visiting family on his one day Honolulu so will be unable to attend a Cruiser Call I proposed. A Sunday lunch Cruiser Call would be a first for us. :)

    He will be in Hilo on the 21st and Lahaina on the 22nd.

  24. Kevin:

    NO live stats from Oregon’s website.

    UH softball down 0-3 at the bottom of the 1st, UH designated “home” today.

    Kaia Parnaby with the start.

    Follow @HawaiiAthletics on Twitter for updates.

  25. Kevin:

    After two complete innings.

    UH coming back but down 3-4. "Zamora hit to 9 E6F and Zamora scores, then Majam rips two run BOMB.

  26. Slugger:

    ST ~ Mahalo for the tryout report. Good luck to the guys!

    Thanks for the SB update, Kevin.

  27. Slugger:

    Pareese Joaas reminds me of Tank Hopkins.

  28. Haleakala:

    Hope springs eternal. Best wishes to the walk-ons!

  29. Kevin:

    Iwata hits a double, then reaches 3rd on a wild pitch, Liilii to bat and hits a double scoring Iwata.

    UH ties it 4-4.

  30. Kevin:

    End of 3 innings, UH tied with #7/9 Oregon 4-4.

  31. Kevin:

    Anyone with Twitter, please follow @HawaiiAthletics for updates. No other live stats available.

    Will be leaving the office soon.

  32. Kevin:

    Oregon strands one at 2nd base. Headed to bottom of 4th. UH to bat.

    Hawaii tied with #7/9 Oregon 4-4 after 4.5 innings.

  33. Kevin:

    Dang, UH retired in order.

    Headed to top of the 5th, Oregon to bat.

    Tied 4-4 with #7/9 Oregon.

  34. d1shima:

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    Iwata scores. 5-4

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  41. dannyp:

    UH defeats Oregon 6-5. Chee.

  42. A-House:


    great pics of current UH players and hopefuls!

    if no key to Ching Field, how did the players/coaches get to the field?

  43. A-House:

    hooray for the Na Wahine softball team!!!!

    keep the wins going!!!

  44. Slugger:

    Yay! WAHINE!!!

  45. PurpleMaple:

    Wahine! Hakaka! Hakaka! Hakaka!

  46. Derek:

    Good day to start the day for UH. Hope the rest of the teams follow suite. Great win by the Rainbow Wahine over a highly ranked Ducks team. Looks like Jasmine Zamora has earned more playing time. Parnaby gritty. Yes!!!!

    I'm really looking forward to seeing Quentin Torres-Costa tonight. And I was impressed with Adam Hurley last night. He has a real nice stroke. Good luck to the basketball teams tonight.

  47. wafan:

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    'Attaway to be the Titas!!!

  48. wafan:

    Good post lunch nap.

  49. wafan:


  50. oldtimer808:

    Mahalo for the updates. Glad to see Zamora doing well. I've always liked her bat and she will do just fine at 2nd plus she is not hard on the eyes.

  51. wafan:


  52. wafan:


  53. HawaiiMongoose:

    I wondered why Coolen pitched Parnaby against SJSU instead of UCLA yesterday. Then I realized he wanted her to be fresh for Oregon. It paid off as UH got the win against a Ducks team that's ranked above the Bruins. Good call Coach!

  54. Bowwar:

    Joas looks like a possibility...He averaged 8 yds a carry his Senior year in high school.

  55. Bowwar:

    Wonder what ever happened to that Texas QB that tried out for UH, but went back to the mainland...Did he ever play for an University?

  56. Bowwar:

    Wonder what ever happened to that Texas QB that tried out for UH, but went back to the mainland...Did he ever play for an University?

  57. Ipu Man:

    Hope we can find some "roughs" in the diamonds...

  58. redzone:

    Stump Godfrey is the quarterback at Navarro College.

  59. redzone:

    Way to go na Wahine Softbows.

    Go get em na Wahine Basketbows. A win against 1st place Pacific tonight will be huge.

  60. redzone:

    Coolen has thrown in Keiki against some very good teams. It should pay off later. I really like how she can also swing the bat.

    Early on coach has said that Nakao brings defense while Zamora has the offense. I guess he felt that he needed more offense. Still good competition at that spot.

  61. Derek:

    Read that Zamora was playing third base so I am assuming she replaced Alyssa Villapando.

  62. Kevin:

    Box score shows freshman Alyssa Villalpando remained at 3rd for the whole game. I have NEVER seen Zamora take "reps" at 3rd base during fall or spring practices. She has been a mainstay in the competition for 2nd.

  63. Kevin:

    February 16th, 2013 at 2:30 pm
    Coolen has thrown in Keiki against some very good teams. It should pay off later. I really like how she can also swing the bat.

    Early on coach has said that Nakao brings defense while Zamora has the offense. I guess he felt that he needed more offense. Still good competition at that spot.

    Coolen is one of those coaches that one can never correctly assume what he is thinking 100% of the time. However, I would like to assume that this is the main reason Parnaby didnt see action at all against UCLA.

    Its good that Carlos and Kesterson got a taste of a heavy hitting team like the Bruins this early on. Hopefully Carlos and Kesterson (to a lesser extent since that was her only game played so far) showed Coolen something.

    The month of March is a HEAVY schedule filled with a lot of games at home and a few more good solid teams.

    It will continue to be a balancing act of testing his freshmen while getting our primary ace Parnaby in to win the games we need to.

  64. Kevin:

    Very good win today. Saw some photos and the stands were packed!

    Since its a 3 day weekend and lots of great D1 softball teams out there, lots of prospects tend to visit the games. Lots of verbals to schools in attendance and of course those still making decisions.

    Very good win against a very good program.

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  68. jm2375 (iPad):

    Howzit Tsaikos!

    Congrats to Na Wahine on their win today. WTG!!

    Congrats also to the MPI girls swimming and diving team upon winning their first State championship with just 5 girls!

    Go Wahine!
    Go Warriors!

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  70. wafan:

    Hope Spearman's injury is not serious and he returns to the court soon in tip-top shape!

    Tough loss of personel and game.

    Go Baskiors, Baskiors, Barriors, Basketors, BasketBows!

  71. Bowwar:

    Watching UH Women's BB and I like how Beamon has the team playing...They're losing right now, but they look organized and playing sound. It looks like finally, our women's BB is over the e--Bolla virus that nearly killed the program. Beamon is nice eye-candy too...

  72. wafan:

    Go BasketBows!

    The Wahine variety!!!

  73. Stephen Tsai:

    Volleyball Warriors defeat UCLA in five.

  74. Stephen Tsai:

    They'll face UC Irvine (likely No. 1) on Monday and Tuesday.

  75. wafan:

    Bravo Volliors!

  76. wafan:

    Still do not understand why the coaches lack a key to Ching Field.

    Maybe the fence provided some of the tests?

    Does BJ know the coaches need a key?

  77. wafan:

    The post lunchawah nap has run its course.

    Getting sleepy.

  78. Andy Brown:

    MAAAAAAAN! i grew up with pereese , you shouldve seen this kid in high school his style is identical to barry sanders, this dude will have a critical impact on the!!!

  79. Andy Brown:

    and thast is bs dude ran a 4.2 40 yard dash at my school i swear to god this kid is a beast!

  80. dgk:

    really a 4.2?

  81. jm2375 (iPad):

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  84. cincodemayonnaisse:


    There is film on him on YouTube from 2010. It is limited but he does have some carries. He was a backup to #1...that guy was GOOD. Looks very undersized but shifty and quick, probably why he didn't have a lot of offers out of HS. He fits the bill of the undersized athletic overachievers ala Chad Owens....

    Good luck to him and to all the boys who are trying to make their dreams come true....

  85. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Great win for the Wahine Basketball team. Nevah say die!

  86. Da Punchbowl Kid:


  87. Da Punchbowl Kid:


  88. BG:

    Congratulations to the WBB Rainbow Wahine! Win or lose, I would have been proud...they battled! The 3 at the end by Taratiana was a jaw-dropper. OMG

  89. canefire152:

    Congrats to bb rainbow wahines win tonite tied for CONFERENCE 1ST PLACE. No hype just a great win! Very disappointed no SB sports writer gave them the hype in today's paper before the game. Equal access? Sad.

  90. HawaiiMongoose:

    Ashleigh the Assassin. LOL.

  91. HAWAIIFan808sports:

    Didn't Dwight Armbrust make it on through 2010 walk-ons, wonder what brought him back? I heard he did a 4.5 on his 40. Maybe that's what the team will need. Definitely some promising prospects that were out there though.

    Good luck to all the walk-ons this year. Go HARD for HAWAII!

  92. d1shima:

    SoftBows! WooHoo!

    BasketBows! Shucks!

    VolleyBows! WooHoo!

    BaseBows! Shucks!

    BasketBow Wahine! WooHoo!

  93. Derek:

    Rainbow Wahine rules today. Volleyball team are truly Warriors. Baseball team couldn't get over the hump. MBB imploded on the road.

  94. ai-eee-soos:

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  96. 3-Prong:

    Just got back from feeding the baseball team. Valiant effort fell short.
    Still got tomorrow and Monday to get even. Coach Trap teaches the boys good manners. they were very appreciative of the effort expended to make a nice meal for them.


  97. ai-eee-soos:

    3-Prong: MAHALO !!!

    (P.S.: It's 12:27 a.m.

  98. ai-eee-soos:

    ... finally, some ink for the Wahine hoopsters ...

    UH women's basketball team beats Pacific for share of Big West lead

    By Star-Advertiser staff
    POSTED: 09:24 p.m. HST, Feb 16, 2013

    Ashleigh Karaitiana hit the game-winning 3-pointer with 14 seconds left in overtime and the Hawaii women's basketball team moved into a tie with Pacific for the Big West Conference lead with a thrilling 74-71 defeat of the Tigers tonight at the Stan Sheriff Center.

    Shawna Kuehu scored the first seven points of the extra period for the Rainbow Wahine (13-11, 9-4 Big West). UOP's Erica McKenzie was off the mark to tie the game again after Karaitiana's big shot from the corner.

    Kuehu had 17 points and eight rebounds and Kamilah Martin added 16 points and 12 boards. Martin had a good look at a game-winning basket at the end of regulation, but was off the mark.

    UH held a one-point halftime lead and extended the gap to five early in the second half, but the Tigers came back to knot it up at the end of regulation. Gena Johnson had 22 points to lead UOP (19-6, 9-4), which was denied a program-record tying 20th win.

    Monica DeAngelis hit a corner 3-pointer for a 64-61 lead with 1:05 left. UOP Johnson came back with drives to tie it up.

    UH overcame poor free-throw shooting (22-for-40, 55 percent).

    Pacific jumped out to an 8-0 lead to open the game with some ball pressure, but UH recovered in fine style and finished with 16 turnovers, even with UOP. The Wahine committed 27 giveaways in the Tigers' 71-61 win in Stockton, Calif., last month.

    Marissa Wimbley hit a 3-pointer to make it 27-25 UOP with three minutes left in the first half.

    Kuehu put UH ahead 29-27 on a nifty spin move and UH took a 30-29 lead at the break.

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  100. iwonderwhytheyhateme:

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  103. wafan:

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  104. wafan:

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  107. d1shima:

    Great Morning All!

    Mahalo to 3-Prong and his gang for providing the feedbags.

    Come BaseBows! Can still come outta the series even Stephen ;-)

  108. d1shima:

    BasketBows. Come home. Regroup.

    Take care bidness in da BracketBusta then start up some momentum for the tourney.

  109. d1shima:



    ...but good job anyway.

  110. d1shima:

    All da Wahine. Keep 'em goin!

  111. d1shima:

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  121. Buffoman:

    If the WBB team keeps winning and the MBB team keeps losing, maybe BB will become like VB where the women will start to outdraw the men.

    Gib's got to get it going as Beaman is putting an exciting package on the floor.

  122. gobows:

    Wahine Basketball line at the concession, no line at the restrooms, easy parking, lots of open seats, and a good chance for a win.

  123. Derek:

    Kevin, what time is the Wahine playing today in the D-header? Thanks.

  124. gobows:

    SB: #20/23 Hawai`i taking on Utah Valley this morning at Easton Desert Classic. UH currently leads UVU, 2-1. UH=visitors, Parnaby pitching.

  125. gobows:

    Zamora playing 2nd, rest of lineup is the usual: 8-Majam, 2-Wartner, DP-Carlos, 6-Iwata, 3-Liilii, 7-Kliebenstein, 4-Zamora, 5-Villalpando, 9-Buchanan.

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  127. Kevin:

    Since the bandwagon is on... Perhaps it would be best for those interested to view the replay of last night's key Rainbow Wahine Basketball victory.

    Replay is on now.

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