Matu’u & Faganeanea Youth putting up their Christmas display
Members of the Matu’u & Faganeanea Youth were on the streets on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 24, 2022 to begin the decoration work for their Yellowtown Christmas display. The official lightning for the 5th annual Yellowtown Christmas is tentatively scheduled for the first Sunday of December. [photo: faaTalanoa Media]
This Saturday, the Leone Lions face off against the Tafuna Warriors in the ASHSAA Football Championship Game. Reigning champions Warriors, are No.1 seed with Leone as the underdogs at No.2 after defeating Samoana last Saturday. The last time the Warriors and the Lions faced off in a championship game was back in 2005 where the Warriors claimed Tafuna’s first ever solo championship title. The opening ceremony is scheduled for 8am followed by the opening kick-off. Good luck to both teams! [photos: Tony Gasu]
Metuliki Tupou (5) of the Tafuna Warriors
The dangerous Metuliki Tupou (5) of the Tafuna Warriors weaving his way through Faga’tua’s defensive unit during the final quarter of their varsity playoff match last Saturday morning. Tafuna defeated the Vikings 64 - 38. The Tafuna Warriors will face the Leone Liones in the 2022-23 ASHSAA Football Championship Game this upcoming Saturday. Coverage of ASHSAA Football is proudly sponsored and brought to you by Congresswoman Uifaatali Aumua Amata. [photo: Tony Gaus]
Leone Lions Wylan Faga looking for an open lane
Leone Lions Wylan Faga looking for an open lane downfield while trying to break away from two Samoana defenders during their play off match against the Sharks last Saturday morning. Leone defeated the Sharks 26 - 18. The Lions will face the Warriors in the 2022-23 ASHSAA Football Championship Game this upcoming Saturday. Coverage of ASHSAA Football is proudly sponsored and brought to you by Congresswoman Uifa’atali Aumua Amata. [photo: Tony Gasu]

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