Triathletes compete in the Ironman World Championships Saturday in West Hawaii. The race consisted of a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike and 26.2 mile run all beginning and ending in Kailua-Kona.
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By MARK SNYDER
By BRODERICK TURNER
By NATE ULRICH
It’s been a long time since the University of Hawaii at Hilo men’s basketball team upset a ranked opponent. The last time was during the 1998-99 season, under former coach Jeff Law, when the Vulcans stunned No. 7 Mid Western State.
That Pahoa was stuck on 30 points in regulation was largely a result of an uncharacteristically low-scoring game by Tolby Saito.
It was a picture-perfect day for soccer in East Hawaii on Saturday.
Giving an opponent numerous putback opportunities is only asking for big-time trouble, one reason the University of Hawaii at Hilo women’s basketball team fell to BYU-Hawaii.
Dec. 13 in Honolulu
Guards Louie Ondo and Cody Kojima led Waiakea into the championship game of the Hilo High Holiday Prep Classic. Ondo scored 18 points and Kojima added 16 on Friday night as the Warriors beat Keaau 54-48.
Konawaena junior Chanelle Molina produced another dominant season in volleyball, and was again the best in the state on the Division II level.
Kaiulani Ahuna closes her Big Island Interscholastic Federation volleyball career with another top honor, and a legacy as Kamehameha’s most accomplished player.
KAILUA-KONA — Five-time state champion Konawaena is familiar with the role of Goliath, but last week the Wildcats played the part of David, battling against three nationally ranked squads loaded with college prospects at the Iolani Classic on Oahu.