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Prep Football: Kahuku vs. Farrington

Moanalua beats Waianae in a grueling five-set quarterfinal

No. 10 Moanalua kept alive its hopes for a repeat OIA girls volleyball championship by tipping Waianae in a grueling, five-set quarterfinal, 21-25, 25-19, 25-20, 23-25, 15-12, at the Mililani gym Thursday night. Read More

For the Kamakawiwo‘ole twins, it’s all about football and family

This fall, former University of Hawaii and Kaimuki defensive end Kila Kamakawiwo‘ole is busy watching his twin sons mature into men. Read More

Campbell’s comeback stuns Kahuku

For the first time since 1996, three-time defending OIA champion Kahuku has lost back-to-back games in the regular season. Read More

Kaimuki rides running game to another win

Naomas Asuega-Fualaau and Jonah Stephens both rushed for more than 100 yards and each ran for two scores as Kaimuki remained undefeated in OIA play with a 25-13 win over Kalaheo at Kailua. Read More

No. 7 Kamehameha shuts out Waianae

No. 7 Kamehameha displayed a dominant defense in downing Waianae 27-0 on Saturday night at Raymond Torii Field. Read More

Leilehua deals Damien’s state chances a fatal blow

The leg of Akoni Tom-Makue, the arm of Max Nichols and a stingy defense helped Leilehua end Damien’s chances of making the state Division I tournament. Read More

No. 6 Campbell hands No. 4 Kahuku a stunning loss

The win pushed Campbell into second place in the OIA Open Division with a 2-1 record (5-3 overall). The Sabers had lost their previous four matchups with Kahuku, last beating the Red Raiders in 2013. Read More

No. 1 Saint Louis shows no mercy in blowout against Farrington

Saint Louis defensive lineman Faatui Tuitele enjoyed a personal homecoming in the Crusaders’ visit to Farrington on Friday. Read More

Kailua makes stand to hold off Aiea 17-14

Behind two stops in the final eight seconds, Kailua withstood a late Aiea rally to win 17-14. Read More

Moanalua tops Waipahu to earn OIA top seed

Moanalua clinched a top seed in the OIA Division I playoffs on Friday night, overwhelming a depleted Waipahu squad 29-5 at Aloha Stadium. Read More

Ogata leads Roosevelt’s charge past Pearl City

Sky Ogata rushed for 195 yards and four touchdowns and added two more scores through the air, Mitchell Camacho added 151 yards rushing and a score, and Roosevelt blew out Pearl City 49-14 in a critical matchup with playoff implications. Read More

Tom’s 336 passing yards lift Kaiser past Pac-Five

Kaiser senior Koa Tom threw for 336 yards and four touchdowns and the host Cougars beat the Pac-Five Wolfpack 31-27 on Friday. Read More



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