Tri-Counties (Texas) ended Hekili's run in the Babe Ruth 14U World Series with a 6-0 win Thursday at Ocala, Fla. The Hawaii team was limited to three hits in the semifinal game and finished the tournament in third place with a 4-1 record.
Hawaii incoming senior middle blocker Taylor Averill and setter Taylor Crabb, a Punahou graduate, helped the U.S. to a 25-18, 25-23, 25-15 victory over Colombia to open pool play Tuesday at the Pan America Cup men's volleyball tournament in Tijuana, Mexico.
University of Hawaii sand volleyball coach Scott Wong announced his 2014 recruiting class on Wednesday, which includes a Division I transfer, an international talent and three high school All-Americans.
More than 300 walk-ups raised the total participant count for this weekend's judo competitions at the Neal Blaisdell Center past 1,100. The Fifth Annual Grassroots Judo National Championships will be held Friday and Saturday.
Kamehameha's Dylan Kane, who just completed his junior year, won the 100-meter dash in 11.14 seconds and the 200 (21.92) at the HHSAA state track and field championships last month, leading the host Warriors to the boys team title.
The Kamehameha surf team won its first-ever national championship, ending San Clemente (Calif.) High School's four-year reign as National Scholastic Surfing Association team champion Sunday in Dana Point, Calif.
More than 1,100 tickets have been sold for each of the two USA Volleyball Cup international women's matches next month at the Stan Sheriff Center.
No. 1 Brazil and No. 2 U.S. meet in 7 p.m. matches July 11 and 12.
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Carleton (Minn.) senior Kao Sutton, a Kamehameha-Hawaii graduate, won the women's discus title at Saturday's NCAA Division III track and field championships in Delaware, Ohio. Sutton's winning throw was 155 feet, 2 inches.
Tadd Fujikawa fired a 1-over-par 73 to finish in a tie for 42nd place after Friday's final round of the eGolf Tour's Willow Creek Open in High Point, N.C. For his three-day effort of 215 (68-74-73), Fujikawa took home $1,140.
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