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Big West men: UC Riverside at Hawaii, 7 p.m., at Stan Sheriff Center.
ILH Division I boys playoffs: Tournament final—Punahou at Maryknoll, 6 p.m.
OIA Division I boys playoffs: Kahuku vs. Kalaheo at McKinley, 25 minutes after D-II final. Third place, McKinley at Kapolei, 6 p.m. Fifth place, Moanalua at Kailua, 6 p.m.
OIA Division II boys playoffs: Final—Roosevelt vs. Kalani, 5:30 p.m. at McKinley.
HHSAA Division II Girls Tournament: First-round–Le Jardin vs. Leilehua, field 5; Seabury Hall vs. Kauai, field 6; Radford vs. Makua Lani, field 7; Hawaii Prep vs. Nanakuli, field 8; all matches at 3 p.m., at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Complex.

Big West women: Cal State Fullerton at Hawaii, 7 p.m., at Stan Sheriff Center.
ILH Division I-AA: Single Elimination Tournament–5seed vs. 4seed, time and location TBA.
ILH Division II boys playoffs: Single Elimination Tournament–Christian Academy/Hawaii Baptist winner vs University, 5 p.m.; Hanalani/Le Jardin winner at Damien, 6:30 p.m.; games at Damien.
ILH: ILH Championships, noon, at Kamehameha.
HHSAA Division I Girls Tournament—Quarterfinals: Kaiser vs. Keakaulike, 1 p.m.; ‘Iolani vs. Hilo, 3 p.m.; KS-Maui vs. Mililani, 5 p.m.; Pearl City vs. Kamehameha, 7 p.m.; matches at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium.
HHSAA Division II Girls Tournament: Consolation—Le Jardin/Leilehua loser vs. Seabury/Kauai loser, field 9; Radford/Makua Lani loser vs. Hawaii Prep/Nanakuli loser, field 10; matches at 1 p.m. Quarterfinals—Le Jardin/Leilehua winner vs. Kamehameha-Hawaii, field 9; Seabury/Kauai winner vs. Kailua, field 10; Radford/Makua Lani winner vs. Kapaa, field 11; Hawaii Prep/Nanakuli winner vs. Sacred Hearts, field 12; matches at 3 p.m., at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Complex.

High school boys
From Monday
ILH Division I playoffs
Punahou 66, Maryknoll 51
Leading scorers—PUN: Zayne Chong 17, Kaulana Makaula 14, Duke Clemens 14, Cole Arceneaux 10. MRYK: Isiah Gelacio 14, Jordyn Perez 14.
ILH Division II Playoffs
Punahou II 61, ‘Iolani II 42
Kamehameha II 57, Maryknoll II 35
Le Jardin 60, Hanalani 57
Leading Scorers—Pun: Kaimi Dunaway 22.  Iol: AJ Wee 16. KS: Chad Foster 13. Mryk: Micah Tong 12. LJA: Charles Abe 29, Nicholas Cheung 15. Han: Josh Hooper 25, Jacob Yagin 15.
Kamehameha-Hawaii 67, Kea’au 58
Konawaena 63, Waiakea 61
Leading Scorers—KSH: Samuel Kahaoea 28, Isaiah Nakoa-Oness 14, Iza Chartrand-Penera 12. Kea: Rico-Logan Handy 23. Kona: Aidren Gadot 18, Hauoli Akau 17, Austin Ewing 15. Waik: Jerek Prudencio 20, Peter Suiaunoa 13, William Soares 10.


St. Francis School is seeking applicants for its Varsity Girls Volleyball Head Coach/Program Director position. This position is to fulfill the head coaching position at the Varsity level but also to oversee the lower levels of JV and Intermediate.  For those that are interested, contact athletic director Duane Eldredge via email at  Deadline is February 28th.
Mid-Pacific Institute is seeking a varsity head basketball coach for its girls team. The head coach is responsible for overseeing and developing all levels of the program. Head coaching experience and coaching certification is preferred. Submit a letter of qualifications and resume to Mid-Pacific Athletics, 2445 Ka’ala St, Honolulu, HI 96822 or Application deadline is Feb. 28.
Registration is open for the Bob Barry Goalkeeper program. The program is open to goalkeepers aged 8 to 18 and runs for six straight Saturdays from Feb. 24 to April 1 at Pearl City’s Waiau Field. All campers receive a free T-shirt and written evaluation. For more information, contact camp director Bob Barry at (808) 265-4249 or


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