The time has come to start ranking 50 states that we covered this football season. 

To say I’m overwhelmed with the work that comes along with this is an understatement.

We had 8 Student Section of the Week winners in Hawaii and that helped us determine who had the best Student Section and which ones wanted it more.

Just showing up in large crowds isn’t enough. It might fool other outlets that don’t cover Student Sections, but not us. We have to know how bad you want it and marketing is key. 

You will see top-notch Student Sections miss out at the top spot, but we kept saying it over and over and over again, in order to be considered number one, you have to win the Student Section of the Week title. Otherwise, what is the point of having that contest?!

I know Student Sections complain, but remember it’s thousands of Student Sections and only me. Social media is your friend if used correctly.

This is our second year covering Football Student Sections in Hawaii, so we hope we were accurate.

I feel like we haven’t gotten a solid grasp of Hawaii Student Sections yet, but we have noticed more Student Sections in this state, so we hope to be more accurate.

The Hawaii Football Student Section Champion will move on to Regionals in hopes to get the National Championship banner as voting will now get involved!

So, let’s see who made the list and who is the best in the Aloha State.


  1. Kahuku Code Red

Code Red is exactly what was said to opposing schools, including National Powerhouse St. John Bosco. Code Red rattled opponents and celebrated when their team won big games. Let’s see if they can rally in the Regionals and Nationals, but they can celebrate right now as the 2023 Hawaii Football Student Section of the Year!

  1. Punahou
  2. ‘Iolani
  3. Kapolei
  4. Mililani
  5. ‘Alea
  6. Kea’au
  7. King Kealakehe
  8. Damien
  9. Campbell
  10. St. Louis
  11. Kamehameha
  12. Kapa’a
  13. Leilehua
  14. Kailua
  15. Wai’anae
  16. Waipahu
  17. Waimea
  18. Konawaena
  19. Lahainaluna