Rod York Moves Up To Lead Trojans In 2010
Mililani, which underwent a coaching change when Darnell Arceneaux returned to his alma mater at Saint Louis, is in transition, but it’s been smoother than most.
Veteran defensive coordinator Rod York was promoted to the head job as expected, and fans won’t have to wait long to see the Trojans tested as defending Division II state champion Iolani visits Aug. 20.
After Iolani comes a game at Radford Aug. 28, Waianae Sept. 4, Campbell Sept. 10, Aiea Sept. 24, at Kapolei Oct. 1, at Leilehua Oct. 9.
Versus Waianae at home Sept. 4. As important as the Leilehua game is, the Trojans can’t begin to think about that until they’ve taken care of business in the weeks before. The Seariders game will set the tone in the Red West race and could mean the difference between a good and a great year for Mililani.
At Kapolei Oct. 1. While it’s unlikely the Trojans will look past Kapolei, which defeated Mililani last year, there is always that chance. Moreover, this is Mililani’s first road game in more than 30 days. The Leilehua game looms even bigger if Mililani can win this one.