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Third-place point pushes Leilehua to title

Kaena DeSantos proved just how much a team sport wrestling is when he won his 132-pound third-place match at the Texaco/HHSAA State Wrestling Championships on Thursday at Blaisdell Arena. Read More

The 112-pound class with Gooman, Ikei will be girls division to watch

Keep your eyes on the girls 112-pound division at today’s Texaco/HHSAA Wrestling State Championships at Blaisdell Arena, where Kamehameha’s Ashley Gooman and Kaiser’s Tiare Ikei are on a collision course to meet in the final, with each needing a semifinal win to get there. Read More

McKinley’s Iosefa pulls off upset in boys quarterfinals

Updated on  February 15, 2018 at 1:39 am
McKinley’s Laulii Iosefa remained calm in the wake of his enormous upset of Punahou’s Legend Matautia in the quarterfinals of the Texaco/HHSAA State Wrestling Championships on Wednesday at Blaisdell Arena. Read More

Kahuku stuffs Kamehameha-Hawaii

The epic showdown between two of the state’s top big men didn’t quite happen. Read More

Saint Louis to host Bishop Gorman this year

The defending state champions in Nevada and Hawaii will clash at Aloha Stadium this year. Read More

Punahou squashes undersized McKinley

There was no element of surprise left. In fact, the McKinley Tigers did themselves no favors last week by giving Kahuku a scare during the OIA playoffs. Read More

Kapolei saves best for the states in ousting Kaiser

Updated on  February 12, 2018 at 11:08 pm
Kapolei’s shocking sixth-place finish in the OIA playoffs was exactly what OIA runner-up Kaiser did not want to see. Read More

Punahou earns another state sweep

Updated on  February 11, 2018 at 11:10 am
For the third consecutive year — and 42nd time overall — Punahou swept the boys and girls team titles at the K. Mark Takai/HHSAA Swimming and Diving Championships on Saturday in Kihei. Read More

‘Iolani retains state crown

Updated on  February 11, 2018 at 5:10 pm
Mia Watanabe’s knack for scoring big goals came in handy for the ‘Iolani Raiders on Saturday night. Read More

Hawaii Prep works to keep Division II dynasty rolling

Hawaii Prep capped a half-decade of state supremacy Saturday night, but its 3-2 victory over Kamehameha-Hawaii was no cakewalk at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium. Read More

‘Iolani ousts Mililani, will play for D-I title

Updated on  February 9, 2018 at 11:56 pm
Here they come again. The ‘Iolani girls are one step away from a second straight run to the ultimate Hawaii high school soccer prize. Read More

Pearl City ekes past Kaiser on penalty kicks to gain final

Updated on  February 9, 2018 at 11:56 pm
After regulation and overtime couldn’t decide it, Pearl City Chargers goalkeeper Naomi Takata dove to save a penalty kick by the Kaiser Cougars’ Taylin Park to secure the Chargers’ 2-1 victory and the right to move on to meet ‘Iolani in the Division I state final. Read More

State soccer Chargers come through

Soraya Santos said she was nervous. The walk from midfield to the mauka goal at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Complex can take a while. By the time the Pearl City freshman got inside the box for her penalty kick, she was ready. Read More

Vierra, Cabanban earn slams

Kamehameha’s Zion Grace Vierra won her fourth Interscholastic League of Honolulu individual wrestling championship Thursday in her home gym. Read More

Kalani captures OIA D-II basketball title

Kapaa Nishimura scored 16 points and sophomore Brandon Chung tallied 11 of his 13 in the second half as Kalani outlasted Roosevelt 61-52 to capture the Oahu Interscholastic Association Division II boys basketball championship on Wednesday night. Read More