Football

Breiden

Fehoko

FARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL

Honolulu, HI

CLASS: 2015

GENDER: MALE

height: 6'3" weight: 290

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Breiden Fehoko

CLASS

'15

Breiden Fehoko Stats

Athletic Stats

  • 34
    Vertical jump
  • 405
    Bench max
  • 84
    Wingspan
Position(s) Defensive Tackle
Defense
DefenseSeasonCareer
Tackles7693
Tackle assists2129
Sacks914
Sack yards4247
Forced fumbles5
Interceptions1
Interception yards17
Passes blocked69
Touchdowns11
Special TeamsSeasonCareer
Punts1
Punting yards43
Longest punt43
Additional Info

Sophmore Season 9/8/12 Made Headlines scoring Defensive Touchdown vs Moanalua
Video Online:
http://www.khon2.com/mostpopular/story/Farrington-too-much-for-Moanalua/1gRQDfZ7C0mQPx-3_OYKDg.cspx

-Conference Play-Offs and State Play-Offs: Started also at DT and Played as a 3 Technique DT
-Honor Roll: 4.0 (2012)
-Will be taking AP and Honors Courses during 2013 and 2014
-Early HS graduate. Will be completed upon Senior year/ Fall 2014.

Honors

1. FRESMAN ALL AMERICAN - MAX PREP 2011-2012 C/0 -2015
1st TEAM DEFENSE

2. 2013 Combined Bench - 225 x 33 REPS
2012 Combined Bench - 225 x 21 REPS

3. High School Football Recruiting: Class of 2015 Top 100 Watch List

4. 2013 - IST TEAM OIA EAST
2012 - ALL OIA EAST 2nd TEAM (ONLY SOPHMORE FOR DEFENSIVE TEAM) 2012

5. ALL STATE 2012 HM.


http://www.maxpreps.com/football-recruiting/football-fall-12/4dE5kt_0EeG41QAmVebBJg/class-of-2015-top-100-watch-list/lemming-top-recruits.htm



Team Record Home Away Neutral Overall
Wins 5 3 2 10
Losses 3 3

Teams & Coach Information

High School Coach:
Randall Okimoto

Service

How I am involved in service in my community and why these efforts are important to me:

Involved with the 1st Christian Fellowship Group at FHS and mentor at Special Olympics.
Performing at Hawaii Service projects including Muscualr Dystrophy, Beach Clean Up

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. One example of how I have demonstrated leadership in both areas:

Big Brother Big Sister Program.
Working towards an Eagle Scout.
Donating to Kids Day once a month in..KALIHI..area(poverty..area..in..HAWAII)

How I pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete:

It's very simple for me. I witnessed and saw 3 older brothers work hard to attend D-1 on football scholarships. My parents taught us 3 things, God First, Family, Hard Work = School and Football. To obtain a football scholarship, we needed to work hard, get GREAT grades - not just a passing grade.Make..sure,we put family in our hearts and soul because we represent them, and put God first in all that we do because the talents and abilities are given to us by HIM. Amongst these are to sleep healthy, eat..right,and...be a great Christian example to my peers on and off the field, respect all and love everyone. To this, God will bless me abundantly.