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Mililani QB Dillon Gabriel commits to Army

Mililani quarterback Dillon Gabriel, who will enter his senior season 2,057 passing yards shy of the state’s career record held by Tua Tagovailoa, announced his college commitment on Monday. Read More
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Moanalua’s Tupu Alualu upholds family name at GPA football camp

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Most coaches at Wednesday’s GPA Football Showcase didn’t know the names of the players they were guiding, so a kid by the name of Tupu Alualu won the defensive lineman MVP award on merit — and not by name recognition. Read More
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All-State baseball’s top players were big time in crunch time

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Baldwin’s Anthony Hoopii-Tuionetoa and Kailua’s Stone Parker delivered when the stakes were high. Read More

Athletic directors have chance to improve football overtime rules

Lahainaluna’s Division II state football championship victory over Konawaena last November was definitely one for the record books. And it is time to assure that the longest football game in our state’s history stays there. Read More

Former Olympian and Hall of Honor inductee’s message: ‘Be grateful’

The speech wasn’t difficult to write. All the 45-year-old Kevin Wong had to think about was what to tell the 17-year-old version of Kevin Wong during tonight’s Enterprise/HHSAA Hall of Honor induction banquet. Read More
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All-State Softball: Pitcher and Position Player of the Year

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In August 2016, life began on an unfamiliar campus for Kamryn Kamakaiwi. Two springs later, it has led to a state championship and the Star-Advertiser All-State pitcher of the year honor. Read More
 

Punahou’s Ryan Wilcox repeats as boys volleyball player of the year

The bar, as always, is quite high for the Punahou Buffanblu. The highest heights. The biggest ask. Coach Rick Tune’s system isn’t built for a spotlight star. It’s about teamwork. Intelligence. Accountability. Read More
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Tua Tagovailoa celebrated in Ewa Beach with parade

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The starting running back for the Alabama Crimson Tide does not get top billing here in Hawaii. Not with Tua Tagovailoa back in town. Read More
 
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Iosivas leads Punahou boys to state track title

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Andrei Iosivas punctuated his extraordinary season with five gold medals in the Island Movers/HHSAA Track and Field State Championships that concluded Saturday night at Kamehameha. Read More

Baldwin proves its ranking in beating Waiakea for state D-I baseball title

Maui Interscholastic League champion Baldwin backed up its national ranking for most of the season with its second state championship in three years after rolling Big Island Interscholastic Federation champion Waiakea 14-4 in five innings of the Division I final of the Wally Yonamine Foundation/HHSAA State Baseball Championships on Friday night at Les Murakami Stadium. Read More

Second no longer, Damien claims first state baseball title

Damien players dogpiled behind the mound, exchanged emotional hugs and linked arms to sing the school’s alma mater in front of its contingent with pride. Read More

Yamafuji doesn’t get record, but wins state pole vault

Not every day can be like April 25. That’s the day Punahou’s J. Kai Yamafuji pole vaulted higher than anyone ever had in Hawaii. Read More
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Leilehua lets loose in title game

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The mighty Mules of Leilehua have their first state softball championship, and they won it in grand style. Read More
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St. Francis rolls over Kamehameha-Hawaii for state crown

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No comeback was needed this time, as St. Francis left no doubt. Read More

Teraoka leads Moanalua to another state championship

It’s been quite a month for Aj Teraoka. The Moanalua senior carded a 5-under 67 and then waited for five groups behind him to finish to find out he was the individual winner — by one shot — at the David S. Ishii/HHSAA Boys State Golf Championships on Friday at the Turtle Bay Fazio Course. Read More

Waiakea back in state baseball final

Waiakea shortstop Trayden Tamiya barely had time to react when Kailua’s Bryson Ballesteros crushed a ball to his right. Read More

Baldwin beats ‘Iolani to land in state baseball final

The neighbor islands still rule Hawaii baseball. For the second straight year, the MIL and BIIF will square off in the Division I final of the Wally Yonamine Foundation/HHSAA State Baseball Championships after No. 1 seed Baldwin defeated ‘Iolani 9-4 to cap Thursday’s games at Les Murakami Stadium. Read More

Radford edges Kapaa in extra innings in D-II state baseball semis

Before Thursday, the last time Radford walked off the field at Les Murakami Stadium was after a close defeat to Farrington in the OIA Division II championship game on April 21. To coach Jacob Sur, all was not lost and there was more for his team to play for. Read More

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