Kamehameha was protecting a one-goal lead and looking for breathing room coming out of a timeout late in the fourth quarter of the April 23 BIIF championship match against Hawaii Prep.
By KEVIN JAKAHI
By KEVIN JAKAHI
Scouting its first opponent Wednesday at the HHSAA Division II softball tournament, Kamehameha was in the stands to witness Aiea’s 17-run first inning against Konawaena.
No‘eau Lindsey is hoping a big-picture perspective will help the Honokaa football team prosper on and off the field.
More help on defense and consistent rebounding presence is on the way in the opinion of University of Hawaii at Hilo men’s basketball coach GE Coleman.
While Hilo’s BJ Penn is returning to the ring in part to rekindle his glory days, his new opponent at UFC 199 has much more modest goals.
Four up and four down – the BIIF turns its lonely eyes to Kamehameha.
McKenna Ventura attended a volleyball combine in January on Oahu, where Pacific Lutheran spotted the Konawaena senior and kept an eye on her.
Konawaena was met with a first inning of shock and awe against Aiea in the first round of the HHSAA Division II tournament on Wednesday afternoon on Maui.
Aukai Wong should keep wishing because his dreams eventually come true.
When one door closed, Aukai Wong kept shooting until another door opened for his chance to play pro basketball.
The American Basketball Association was once home to some of the game’s greats, including Julius “Dr. J” Irving, George “Iceman” Gervin, and Moses Malone.
Kealakehe didn’t have time to shake off the rust from more than two weeks off in the first round of the HHSAA Division I state tournament on Tuesday. Campbell opened up a 12-0 lead by the second inning and knocked in three more to come away with a five-inning, 15-0 run-rule victory.
Boys and girls club golf benefit scheduled
A Man up & Stand up kickboxing event was held Saturday at Hilo Civic.