The season started with promise.
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It’s a plan that worked wonders for Kamehameha during the Big Island Interscholastic Federation season. The Warriors came out Saturday against Mid-Pacific, packed it in defensively in a one-forward formation and looked for chances to counter-attack...
Sean Nearhoof doesn’t want to be that guy. The one who, while trying too hard to make the big play, fails to deliver the little ones his team needs.
Besides the good times he’s had with them off the court, University of Hawaii at Hilo women’s coach David Kaneshiro will remember his eight seniors for their good wins on the court.
The BIIF veteran teams built with a win-now mentality — with scoring stars and strong post players — had the best runs at the HHSAA state tournament.
On the field, Mikey Rabara has earned the reputation as a tenacious, run-stopping safety, not scared to come up from his spot in the secondary and fill holes.
Kohala fans follow their favorite basketball team in droves, and many like to wear a shirt that features three prominent words: dedication, commitment, respect.
Coach Mario Patino credited assistant Cameron Castillo as the architect of a formation that helped Kamehameha create offensive opportunities against Honokaa on Friday.
University of Hawaii at Hilo coach Kallen Miyataki had hoped Korin Medeiros was ready for a breakout season. Smack dab in the the middle of the Vulcans’ lineup, the Waiakea graduate appears to be well on his way. Medeiros collected five more hits...
The University of Hawaii at Hilo already has had a senior night of sorts.
The girls tennis season opened play Feb. 21 and defending BIIF champion Kealakehe looked good in a straight match victory over Kamehameha. The Waveriders are trying to repeat this year and the squad brings back a lot of starters from last year’s squad.
Kealakehe bounced back from Thursday’s walk-off loss to Konawaena with a 16-6, six inning run-rule victory Friday afternoon over Hawaii Preparatory Academy on the second day of the Keaau preseason baseball tournament hosted at Konawaena’s Gabby Inaba Field.
It was a BIIF reunion of sorts when Hawaii visited Pepperdine on Friday in Malibu, Calif., where the star of the day was Waves catcher Kolten Yamaguchi.
Maybe that old running joke about states is true: that the Big Island Interscholastic Federation runner-up usually gets a better draw than the league champion.