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Who oversees OIA could have impact in lawsuit

The largest public high school league in the state, the Oahu Interscholastic Association, which lists 31 member schools on its website, is not claimed by or even said to be under the umbrella of the DOE. Read More

‘Iolani’s Dean Shimamoto steps down as boys basketball coach

‘Iolani’s Dean Shimamoto says being there for his young children is the reason he’s leaving his job at the Raiders’ boys basketball coach. Read More

Leilehua still has its power game

By game’s end, the temperature dropped a good 10 degrees at Kaala Elementary School’s field, but Leilehua’s bats stayed red hot. Read More

Damien defeats Farrington to earn first state basketball title

The battle of Houghtailing Street turned out to be a mere skirmish. Read More

Maryknoll defeats Punahou to make history

The last time Maryknoll won the state crown was in 1984, when current head coach Kelly Grant was a senior guard playing for then-coach Tony Sellitto. Read More

Punahou closes out tight game with ʻIolani in D-I semifinal

The fourth time was simply not the charm for a red-hot ‘Iolani squad. Punahou made certain of it, closing out a tight game with a 10-5 run for a 48-42 win. Read More

Maryknoll knocks out Kailua in D-I semifinal

Top-seeded Maryknoll stifled Kailua 47-29 on Friday night in the Division I semifinal round. Read More

Damien beats Seabury Hall to earn return trip to D-II title game

The Monarchs earned a return trip to the Division II title game of the state championships with a convincing 78-50 win over Seabury Hall. Read More

Corbett gets her slam; Warriors win girls title

With gritty performances from Ashley Gooman, Paige Respicio and others, the Kamehameha Warriors took their third title in the past six years in the Texaco/ HHSAA Wrestling State Championships on Thursday night at Blaisdell Arena. Read More

Terukina, Porter carry Kamehameha to crown

Kamehameha’s boys team stumbled a bit on Day 2 of the Texaco/HHSAA Wrestling State Championships on Thursday at Blaisdell Arena, but glided to victory anyway due to its dominant performance a day earlier. Read More

Kamehameha boys rolling into final day of state championship

It was a grand day for Kamehameha. The Warriors took a gigantic lead in the Texaco/HHSAA State Boys Wrestling Championships, and unless there’s a major wobble today at Blaisdell Arena, they will secure their first team title since 2013. Read More

Kamehameha’s Ashley Gooman pursuing a third state wrestling title

One piece will always be missing from Ashley Gooman’s wrestling resume. Read More

‘Iolani edges St. Francis as Saints’ program comes to close

The team that enabled ‘Iolani to earn the league’s third berth in the Division I boys basketball state tournament made it difficult for the Raiders at the end. Read More



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