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Kahuku, Kalani advance to OIA D-I girls basketball final

Leiah Naeata is a point guard and more. The sophomore gave her team what it needed, five offensive rebounds in the third quarter, to spark a 15-0 run as No. 9 Kahuku pulled away for a 55-37 win over Kaiser on Tuesday night in the semifinal round of the Oahu Interscholastic Association Division I playoffs. Read More

Kamehameha retains ILH girls soccer title

Anyone looking for fireworks in Tuesday’s ILH girls soccer championship match at ‘Iolani came to the wrong place. Read More

OIA D-I Girls Basketball: Kalani vs. Mililani


Kahuku Red Raiders riding the OIA hoops roller coaster

The agony and ecstasy of coaches throughout the OIA and ILH is as rollicking as ever. Read More

Polynesian Bowl featured pride, power and grace

It was a maulers’ night in the trenches, but the most outstanding players of the Polynesian Bowl turned out to be rangy and even balletic. Read More

USC commit Puka Nacua leads Team Makai in Polynesian Bowl win

Puka Nacua didn’t start his prep career in Hawaii, but he closed it in style at the Polynesian Bowl in leading Team Makai to a 27-7 win over Team Mauka on Saturday at Aloha Stadium. Read More

Kalaheo charges past Waianae to claim title

Kalaheo charged past Waianae 2-1 for its third OIA Division II girls soccer championship in the past six years Saturday night at Kaiser Stadium. Read More

Aiea beats Pearl City to earn 3rd OIA title

Aiea is back on the top of the OIA girls soccer mountain. Read More

Kamehameha forces championship match vs. ‘Iolani

Kamehameha’s Leah Feato missed most of this season due to a knee injury. She wasn’t about to miss out on an opportunity to beat ‘Iolani in the final of the ILH Division I girls soccer tournament Saturday. Read More

Pac-Five comes together to win ILH against Sacred Hearts

Pac-Five’s Jaeda Doctolero takes more satisfaction in seeing her teammates find the back of the net. And she’s more than happy to set them up. Read More

Former Hawaii prep players go back to their roots

Their reasons for leaving are all different, but their feelings about coming home are all the same. Read More


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