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Moanalua is the D-I king in OIA volleyball


Updated on  April 26, 2018 at 12:46 am
Moanalua proved that 2017 was a mere hiccup. Na Menehune swept Kaiser 25-15, 25-18, 25-11 on Wednesday at the Radford gym to again reign atop the OIA Division I boys volleyball world. Read More

Just smashing day for Waianae softball hitters

No fence, no problem. The Waianae Seariders overcame a four-run deficit for a resounding 17-8 win over Moanalua on Wednesday afternoon in an OIA Division I playoff game at Na Menehune field. Read More

Punahou’s Yamafuji becomes first to vault 16 feet

Punahou’s J. Kai Yamafuji shattered the state of Hawaii pole vault mark Wednesday at the ILH Track and Field Championships at Kamehameha. Read More

Hirano shows nerves of steel to win ILH boys golf crown


Updated on  April 25, 2018 at 12:42 am
Punahou senior Remington Hirano had some trouble concentrating Tuesday during the final round of the ILH individual golf championships. Read More

Mid-Pacific edges ‘Iolani to stay in control

Jet Uechi’s sacrifice fly in the bottom of the seventh inning brought home pinch runner Breyndon Nakamura with the winning run as Mid-Pacific edged ‘Iolani 7-6 on a wet, windy Tuesday afternoon at Damon Field. Read More
 

MPI’s defense, pitching enough to top Saint Louis


Updated on  April 24, 2018 at 11:38 am
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
 

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

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

Punahou captures 11th straight ILH water polo title

It’d been a rocky few weeks, by Punahou girls water polo standards. The Buffanblu’s streak of 100-plus wins over the past decade was intact — but some outcomes were a little close for comfort. Read More

Punahou wins 15th straight ILH boys volleyball championship


Updated on  April 20, 2018 at 11:37 am
Punahou coach Rick Tune said he isn’t keeping count of two prodigious streaks that his team is currently on. He just wants his guys to keep improving each time they step on the court. Read More

Kaiser reaches OIA volleyball semifinals

Jacob Summers pounded 11 kills and Jon Stanley Jr. hammered 10 as Kaiser advanced to the OIA boys volleyball semifinal round with a 25-16, 25-19, 25-22 sweep of Radford on Thursday night at the Waianae High gym. Read More

Pearl City punches ticket to states


Updated on  April 20, 2018 at 10:07 am
Pearl City seniors Cade Halemanu and Sam Prentice remember too well the sting of missing the state tournament last year. Read More

Punahou beats Saint Louis to close in on MPI in ILH baseball


Updated on  April 19, 2018 at 10:21 am
Punahou is one win away from forcing a playoff against Mid-Pacific for the ILH regular-season baseball title. Read More

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