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UH volleyball star Tuileta: ‘It’s a bummer’

The finality of it all didn’t sink in until he walked into the locker room at the Stan Sheriff Center on Sunday and began cleaning out his locker. Read More

MPI’s defense, pitching enough to top Saint Louis

Mid-Pacific coach Dunn Muramaru wasn’t thrilled with his team having 10 days off between games, but the Owls showed no signs of rust in a 3-1 victory over Saint Louis on Monday afternoon. Read More

‘Outpouring of love’ following Schwenke’s death

Former Kahuku and Notre Dame defensive lineman Kona Schwenke arrived home in Laie on Friday after a tryout last week with the Atlanta Falcons. On Sunday morning, one of his sisters found the 25-year-old dead in his bed. Read More
 

Snubbed! University of Hawaii volleyball gets bypassed for NCAA berth


Updated on  April 23, 2018 at 8:12 pm
Talk about a hard landing. The Hawaii men’s volleyball team had braced itself for the unlikely event of not reaching the NCAA tournament for a second straight year. Read More

Former MPI star Kiner-Falefa enjoying show with Rangers


Updated on  April 23, 2018 at 12:28 am
It’s been an eventful month for Isiah Kiner-Falefa. On April 9, the former Mid-Pacific Institute standout was catching for the Round Rock Express, the Texas Rangers’ Triple-A affiliate in the Pacific Coast League, when he was pulled for a pinch runner in the second inning. Read More
 

Cyr rolls by the field to capture Mid-Pacific Open

Sam Cyr was the picture of patience and precision at the 60th Mid-Pacific Open on Sunday. Ultimately, no one could match that or his persistence over four days of treacherous greens and teasing winds. Read More

Vulcan baseball falls twice

Academy of Art defeated Hawaii Hilo twice by scores of 8-7 and 2-1 on Sunday in Oakland, Calif. Read More

University of Hawaii falls in Big West volleyball final

Hawaii’s postseason hopes are up in the air today after being swept by No. 1 Long Beach State 25-23, 25-14, 25-19 in Saturday’s Big West tournament final. Read More

Taulia Tagovailoa commits to Alabama football


Updated on  April 22, 2018 at 12:41 pm
Former Kapolei quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa, the younger brother of Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, has committed to play for the Crimson Tide, the Bleacher Report reported on Saturday. Read More

Mililani wins OIA Division I baseball title


Updated on  April 21, 2018 at 10:57 pm
While the town of Mililani was celebrating its 50th anniversary with fireworks, the high school’s baseball team did a little celebrating of its own Saturday night. Read More

Governors claim first OIA baseball championship

Farrington coach Eric Tokunaga gave his team a history lesson before the Governors went on to make some of their own. Read More

St. Louis’ Vidal throws no-hitter

Two of the three lower seeds were victorious on the first day of the ILH double-elimination baseball tournament on Saturday. Read More

Ilagan completes OIA slam; Domingo picks up third title

There is a time for everything in the world of defending state champion Andre Ilagan. That also means making use of precious free time between the OIA tennis championships and the senior prom. Read More

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