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‘Iolani rewarded with top seed in girls hoops

ILH champion ‘Iolani, which has reigned as the No. 1 team in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser Top 10 for 10 consecutive weeks, is the top seed in the Snapple/HHSAA Girls Basketball State Championships. Read More

Maryknoll takes commanding lead

The loss of three All-State Fab 15 selections to graduation hasn’t slowed down Maryknoll this season. Read More
 

Nanakuli’s Kahalekai credits point guard after 61-point night

The 60-point club is an exclusive place to be. With his Nanakuli Golden Hawks in a battle for top seeding in Oahu Interscholastic Association West Division II boys basketball, Kukilakila Kahalekai rose to the challenge. Read More
 

‘Iolani beats Kamehameha for ILH girls basketball title

The last time the Kamehameha Warriors visited ‘Iolani’s campus, they proved to be disruptive guests in a stunning victory. Read More

Kalaheo picks up another OIA soccer title

Kalaheo kept up the heavy pressure, striving for a goal that seemed like it would never come, no matter what the Mustangs tried. Read More

Kapolei beats Mililani for OIA boys soccer title

Kapolei cut through 20 mph winds and shot down Mililani 3-0 for the Oahu Interscholastic Association Division I boys soccer championship Saturday night at Kaiser Stadium. Read More

‘Iolani knocks out Kamehameha in ILH boys soccer final

Thanks to Jonah Kawamura, ‘Iolani got off to the fast start that every sports team strives for. Read More

Punahou sweeps boys, girls titles in ILH Swimming and Diving Championships

Punahou swept the boys and girls teams titles at the Interscholastic League of Honolulu Swimming and Diving Championships on Saturday, but the only record-breaking performance was by a freshman from Pac-Five. Read More
 

Kahuku hangs on to dethrone Kalani

Leiah Naeata poured in 33 points as No. 9 Kahuku stunned No. 4 Kalani 63-59 to capture the Oahu Interscholastic Association Division I girls basketball championship on Thursday night at Radford’s James Alegre Gymnasium. Read More

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