Polynesian Bowl viewing guide for Notre Dame fans

Tyler James
South Bend Tribune

A pair of Notre Dame signees will get a chance to play one more high school football game in Hawaii of all places.

Wide receiver Braden Lenzy and local safety Paul Moala will take part in Saturday’s Polynesian Bowl. Roughly 75 percent of the roster for the national all-star game is of Polynesian descent. Moala, a senior at Mishawaka (Ind.) Penn, has Tongan ancestry.

Irish defensive tackle signee Jayson Ademilola was also named to the Polynesian Bowl roster, but he is sitting out the game.

The Polynesian Bowl, played in Honolulu’s Aloha Stadium, can be viewed online via ESPN3 on Saturday at 11 p.m. EST. Both Lenzy (No. 25) and Moala (No. 20) will be playing for Team Mauka wearing green jerseys.

.@NDFootball signee @blspeedy21 ready to enjoy the #PolyBowl@gohawaii@SheratonPKpic.twitter.com/KgFdZDfdrT

— Polynesian Bowl (@polynesiabowl) January 16, 2018

Keep the Irish coming! #PolyBowl@PaulMoala@gohawaii@SheratonPKpic.twitter.com/CyTlSbMWFM

— Polynesian Bowl (@polynesiabowl) January 16, 2018

The Irish has arrived! #PolyBowl@jaysonademilola@gohawaii@SheratonPKpic.twitter.com/pY2Gvfpcum

— Polynesian Bowl (@polynesiabowl) January 16, 2018