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Castle upsets previously undefeated Moanalua

Sitting below the radar in fourth place, Castle was close to being an afterthought. That is, until Saturday night at Mililani’s John Kauinana Stadium. Read More

Roosevelt rolls past Pearl City, clinches first state spot since 2007

After Saturday night’s 23-7 victory over Pearl City, the Rough Riders clinched a spot in the state tournament and OIA Division II championship game in one fell swoop. The program hasn’t been in both since 2007. Read More

OIA/ILH Cross Country Championships

Prep Football: Castle vs. Moanalua

 

St. Francis forfeits football season, out of state tourney

Three weeks after clinching the school’s first trip to the state football tournament, St. Francis was forced Friday to forfeit its entire season due to the use of an ineligible player. Read More

No. 2 Punahou puts end to Kamehameha’s season

Kamehameha needed a near-perfect performance. Punahou wouldn’t let that happen, turning four Warrior turnovers into a 21-point lead in the first quarter en route to a 35-0 playoff victory on Friday night at Aloha Stadium. Read More

Kahuku trounces Kapolei in a game dripping with emotion

The preparation paid off for the No. 5 Red Raiders, who toppled the Hurricanes 33-13 behind Duke Heffernan’s two touchdowns and a defense that had three interceptions. Read More
 

Waipahu upsets Leilehua to advance to OIA Division I finals

Waipahu opened its season with an upset and pulled off another on Friday to earn a shot at a championship. Read More

Campbell cruises, but Waianae still alive

Campbell started quick and finished strong in a 34-7 victory over Waianae on Friday at Raymond Torii Field. Read More

Prep Football: Campbell vs. Waianae

St. Francis to forfeit football season

The Saints had clinched a state-tournament berth for the first time since starting up a varsity football program in 2013. Read More

Kamehameha volleyball girls rally for an epic victory over ‘Iolani

Keonilei Akana had 21 kills and older sister Braelyn Akana had three of her seven kills in the final set as No. 1 Kamehameha rallied for an epic 24-26, 25-21, 18-25, 25-19, 15-13 victory over No. 2 ‘Iolani on Thursday night. Read More
 

Mid-Pacific volleyball girls upset Damien to make a little history

Mid-Pacific is hitting its stride at the right time while creating school history. Read More

Punahou and Kamehameha open ILH football playoffs

Being a top-eight team in the entire state is no consolation for the Kamehameha Warriors. It culminates tonight at Aloha Stadium, when a season of hope comes down to a playoff showdown with rival Punahou. Read More

Prep Volleyball: ʻIolani vs. Kamehameha

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