In an interview that ranged between the manner of his firing as head men's basketball coach to the current ineligibility of Fotu, Arnold was at his most emotional speaking of what the Rainbow Warriors might have been under his leadership in the upcoming season. Story »
Mililani, for a change, is Goliath, and Kahuku is the long shot. The two vaunted programs meet 8:15 p.m. on Friday at Aloha Stadium in the OIA Division I football championship game, a chance for Mililani to extend its unbeaten run and sheer dominance of all comers so far. Story »
With unruly, chunky waves in the 6- to 8-foot range, Haiku, Maui's Billy Kemper earned a decisive heat win in the event that serves as a qualifier for the upcoming, prestigious Vans Triple Crown of Surfing.
In the wake of Hawaii basketball coach Gib Arnold's dismissal on Tuesday, Rainbow Warrior freshman Isaac Fleming said his commitment to the program remains steadfast. Fleming was also firm in saying if acting coach Benjy Taylor were to be replaced as well, he would look elsewhere. Story »
Mike Kawate and Scott Ichimura went wire-to-wire to capture the inaugural H2 Invitational Saturday at Leilehua. Kawate and Ichimura opened with a two-person scramble score of 10-under-par 62 Friday at Mililani. Story »
Let's be clear, Kamehameha is the overwhelming Division I favorite to win the New City Nissan Girls Volleyball State Championship that starts Friday on Maui and Oahu. The Warriors are the defending champions and have won seven out of the past nine times. Story »
Even with a changing of the guard, the University of Hawaii football team's offensive line has continued to improve. In three Mountain West Conference games, the Warriors have relinquished three sacks. Story »
Tied for third place, three games out of first place, likely out of contention for the Big West title. But that doesn't mean UC Irvine is any less dangerous this week, especially since the Anteaters are very comfortable in the Bren Events Center. Story »
Waialae Country Club celebrated the end of an era and the continuation of a rare feat last week when Allan Lum retired as general manager after 36 years. Lum is only the second GM at the club, made more remarkable when you ponder all the demands of the job. Story »
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Because of the University of Hawaii basketball mess, I missed most of a celebration of an NAIA national championship team Tuesday night. The golden age of small college hoops here might never be recaptured. Story »
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The Red Raider Experience
I wouldn’t call it a quest needing to be filled before some fateful date, but until Oct. 17 I had never been to a Kahuku football game in Kahuku. Somehow, this just seems like a mistake for any area sports fan. Read More »
Coach Wagner’s Excellent Retirement
Former University of Hawaii head football coach Bob Wagner is a Facebook friend of mine. Recently, I’ve been enjoying his posts and pictures as he’s been visiting various college football stadiums around the country. Read More »