It wasn’t Azusa Pacific’s 11 runs nor its 17 hits that got under Kallen Miyataki’s skin.
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Kelson Kawai’s life has always been filled with sports and followed a familiar pattern for four years, wearing Kohala Cowboy uniforms for football, basketball, volleyball, and track and field.
Thursday at Holua Resort, Keauhou
Standings Westside Kona Gold 18-0 Kona Legends 16-2 Kohala 14-4 Puukapu 12-6 Jackie Rey’s 11-7 Hamakua Coast 11-7 Local Boyz 7-11 Pueo 7-11 HK 4-14 Waimea Paniolo 4-13 Ka Nani O Honokaa 2-15 Kona Warriors 1-17 ^ Eastside Coconut Crushers 17-1 Honomu...
Thursday: 2 for 6, run, RBI in 8-0 victory at Washington
WAIMEA — Hawaii Preparatory Academy’s baseball team certainly has a flair for the dramatic.
Kamehameha easily handled Hilo on Wednesday night at Kawananakoa gym in Keaukaha, winning 25-13, 25-16, 25-8 to clinch an automatic berth to the Hawaii High School Athletic Association volleyball tournament.
KAPAAU — Though Honokaa had just taken a big step, coach Gayne Kobayashi’s prime takeaway was a smaller one: The Dragons continue to work hard together as a baseball team.
Here’s a really good rivalry worth watching: Kealakehe freshman Michelle Uyeda is the favorite as the No. 1 seed in girls tennis, and Hilo sophomore Emily Soares is the defending singles champion.
HONOLULU — The University of Hawaii women’s softball team plays host to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo this weekend in a crucial Big West Conference series.
Shyrome Batin compiled nine kills Tuesday as Honokaa beat Kealakehe in four sets on the road to take sole possession of first place in the Big Island Interscholastic Federation Division II volleyball standings.
Yamauchi fires 72 in final round