If defense truly does win championships, Hilo and Kealakehe are on the right track.
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3-mile runs Saturday at Waiakea
HONOKAA — 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.
The passing remained crisd and sharp, and this time Marley Strand-Nicolaisen was the beneficiary.
Despite the sparkling records they brought to steamy Hilo Armory, Hawaii Prep and Hilo were very much still trying to find themselves.
Slowly but surely, University of Hawaii coach Dave Shoji is hammering out a lineup.
Saturday: 3 for 3, home run, two RBIs, two runs scored against Brewers.
KEALAKEKUA — Homecoming games always bring an additional dose of excitement, but Friday’s Big Island Interscholastic Federation matchup between Division II contenders Konawaena and Hawaii Preparatory Academy had more highs and lows and twists and turns than a theme park ride.
Micah Kanehailua threw three touchdowns as Kamehameha defeated Waiakea 25-18 in a Big Island Interscholastic Federation football game on Friday night at Paiea Stadium.
Waihilo Chartrand spent her summer often at Hilo Bayfront, running around in the sand for volleyball drills under the guidance of her dad, Uwao.
With so many Pac-12 teams on the schedule, Hawaii coach Norm Chow must feel like he’s back in the conference.
A full lineup and a fast start was all the University of Hawaii needed against Northern Arizona.
It was not necessarily the season-opening round that Earl Tamiya wanted, but it’s one he will take.
Friday: Did not play in Cardinals’ 2-1 victory against Brewers.