Kip Cline is not much for planning or worrying about competition. Spontaneous challenges are more his thing.
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HONOLULU — The University of Hawaii football team has a bye week, and not a moment too soon.
Dalen Yamauchi turned in a 71, and then he turned himself in.
Hilo High has soccer opening
Monday: Did not play in Cardinals 8-0 victory against Cubs.
Saturday at Mauna Lani
KEALAKEKUA — For the first time in more than a decade, football is back in Pahoa, but the Daggers’ comeback season on the gridiron may be cut short by the impending arrival of the lava flow.
Coach Tino Reyes didn’t have the stats in front of him, and he didn’t need them.
Sunday: 0 for 2, walk in Cardinals’ 7-2 loss to Reds.
HONOKAA — Senior quarterback Nainoa Falk accounted for four touchdowns, and the Honokaa offense found a fourth-quarter scoring groove to turn a close football game against Keaau into a blowout.
KAILUA-KONA — Uneventful, muddled and boring may have been some words used to describe Saturday’s Big Island Interscholastic Federation Division I matchup between Hilo and Kealakehe, but for fans of hard-hitting and sound defensive football, it might have been the game of the year thus far.
The passing remained crisd and sharp, and this time Marley Strand-Nicolaisen was the beneficiary.