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Fujimori and Domingo add more championships in OIA tennis

Mililani’s Hunter Fujimori now has a boys singles title to go along with the doubles crowns he’s won at the OIA Tennis Individual Championships. Read More

Tanner states his case at the OIA track and field championships

Rashod Tanner put it into high gear Saturday night. The Moanalua athlete won the 100- and 200-meter dashes and the long jump at the OIA championship meet at the Mililani track. Read More

Campbell wins OIA softball title over Leilehua

Alesia Ranches launched a three-run homer and No. 1 Campbell outlasted No. 7 Leilehua 12-3 to capture the Oahu Interscholastic Association Division I championship. Read More

Leilehua rallies past Waianae in OIA softball semifinals

Down six runs against Waianae, No. 7 Leilehua could have pushed the panic button. Read More

Punahou glides to 12th straight championship

Twelve goals on Thursday meant 12 Interscholastic League of Honolulu championships in a row for the Punahou girls water polo team. Read More

Punahou outlasts ‘Iolani to claim state-tournament softball berth

The No. 2 Punahou softball team kept its composure to clinch a state-tournament berth. Read More

Punahou beats Kamehameha in volleyball for state berth

The Punahou boys volleyball team received a “wake-up call” the last time it played Kamehameha. This time around, the Buffanblu answered the call. Read More

Track and field teams compete at Punahou Relays

Punahou’s Sina Uluave and Damien’s Zada Tagovailoa have been trying to outdo each other in the discus for three years. On Saturday at the Punahou Relays track meet, it was Uluave’s turn to shine. Read More

St. Francis beats Punahou to prove it’s worthy in any softball division

St. Francis’ 11-7 win over Punahou wasn’t just about proving that the ILH Division II Saints could compete with the best. It was about showing that it would have. Read More

Roosevelt edges Kaiser in OIA softball showdown

Experience in itself is not a talent, but it can be just as valuable. Read More

Punahou baseball team edges Kamehameha to capture state tourney berth

A year ago, Punahou qualified for the state baseball tournament, only to fall to eventual champion Baldwin 8-7 in the quarterfinals. Read More


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