Hilo has enough of everything — pitching, hitting and defense — to throw its hat into the title race but softball coach Leo Sing Chow knows her biggest job is figuring out where everyone fits.
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KEAAU — Opponents should beware when Kamehameha’s volleyball starters are on the bench. That’s because the backups are really good. They’re hungry for Big Island Interscholastic Federation action, too.
The drive to Sioux City, Iowa, was flat, landlocked and cold, but in some ways the 90-minute ride felt just like home to Toni Beck.
It’s Keaau’s preseason baseball tournament, but it’s played on Konawaena’s home field.
The Keaukaha Warriors will try to wrap up the AJA Memorial Baseball League title at 10 a.m. Sunday when they take on the Keaukaha Legends in Game 2 of the their championship series at Wong Stadium.
Honokaa senior Chancis Fernandez can always look at her left knee as a permanent reminder to the dedication and hard work that led to a historic season for her basketball team.
WAIMEA — With just a single senior on his roster, Kohala head coach Terrence Alcoran is taking every game as a learning experience.
Mykala Tokunaga is back and will be a refined ace in the softball circle for Kamehameha, which will be fishing for firepower on offense with the loss of six starters.
Evyn Yamaguchi doubled twice and drove in four runs Thursday as Konawaena beat Kealakehe 12-1 at the Cougar Invitational Tournament in Kealakekua.
A UC Santa Barbara basketball fan ran on the court and confronted Hawaii coach Gib Arnold during the Gauchos’ 86-77 victory over the Rainbow Warriors on Thursday night.
Standings Eastside W-L Coconut Crushers 8-0 Hilo Pomaikai 6-0 Junkyard Dogs 6-0 Onomea Rangers 7-1 Honomu Rockets 5-1 Team Sports 3-3 Onipaa 4-4 Waiakea 3-5 Ku’ikahi 3-5 Tsunami 2-6 Hui O Na Kolohe 1-7 Kupuna Pride 0-8 Pu’uwai Opio 0-8 ^ Westside W-...