Most of the car washes, food sales and other fundraising efforts to get to Oahu are over, so let the games begin.
April 12 at HPA
April 12 at HPA
Saturday at Anaehoomalu Bay, Waikoloa
ST. LOUIS — Kolten Wong went up there hacking. Starting a rally wouldn’t satisfy.
How best to locate the right person to lead the athletic department of the most geographically remote college in the United States?
KEAAU – Kealakahe’s Nicole Cristobal has been engaged in a game of leapfrog all season in the triple jump. In the long jump, Kamehameha’s Meagan Kualii had been trying to gain at least an extra inch.
The course is familiar and so is much of the competition at the HHSAA girls golf tournament for Waiakea freshmen Kaley Saludares, Kaelyn Uchida and Anne Nakamoto.
Kamehameha’s firepower, balance and athleticism were on full display against Hilo on Saturday night, providing a glimpse that the best may yet to come.
Saturday at Kamehameha
Sunday: 3 for 4, home run, RBI, run in 3-2, 11-inning win vs. Pirates
Sharon Peterson won seven national titles during her 25 years as the University of Hawaii at Hilo women’s volleyball team’s coach. She was also honored with an inaugural induction into the NAIA Hall of Fame in 1988.
KAILUA-KONA – Waiakea’s girls softball team is back on top.
Kamehameha’s lastest BIIF softball title came with a first.
Tyler Brashears and Quintin Torres-Costa are starting to make quite a team.
Hilo’s roofing company built a big, tough wall that overwhelmed Kealakehe no matter how hard the West Hawaii team slammed the ball.