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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KEAAU — Kamehameha’s defense came up with five turnovers, recycled three into touchdowns, and smothered Konawaena’s offense on a water-logged Friday night.
The one-two hitting punch of Kadara Marshall and Alison Fuata helped Waiakea come back for a first-round victory at the Hawaii High School Athletic Association volleyball tournament.
The Big Island to Eastern Arizona volleyball pipeline is turning out to be a match made in hot heaven with Angel Alameda and Evalani Toledo serving as the latest impactful imports.
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Kamehameha senior quarterback Micah Kanehailua doesn’t need to take a pre-snap read to know how Konawaena will attack once the football is hiked into his hands because the two teams are familiar foes.
University of Hawaii at Hilo women’s coach David Kaneshiro saw enough glimpses of good basketball to come away encouraged by his team’s performance
Amanda Loeffler is smashing grapes and playing brilliant volleyball at Pacific Union, an NAIA school in Angwin, Calif., near Napa Valley, also known as the world’s famous wine growing region.
Saturday at Kona Community Aquatic Center ^ Team standings Division I 1. NAS, 312 2. KCAC, 165; 3. Laupahoehoe, 163; 4. Kawamoto, 152; 5. Konawaena, 151; 6. Pahoa 76; 7. Kohala 55; 8. Pahala 43 Division II 1. Honokaa 50 GIRLS 6 and under 25...
Warner Shaw’s life story has been about patience and appreciation — two equally invaluable virtues that have shaped his collegiate career path to the Pacific University football team.
Logan Aruga and Maileen Nakashima maintained their standing as the Big Island Interscholastic Federation’s top shots.
The lines of demarcation were clear at Waikoloa Kings’ Course the past two days.
The University of Hawaii at Hilo’s youth showed Monday during 36 holes of golf.
HONOLULU — After the University of Hawaii’s painstaking 26-18 loss to Nevada last Saturday, many of the critical fingers pointed toward the Rainbows’ six dropped passes and the continued struggles of quarterback Ikaika Woolsey.