October 2011

Extra: More on Punahou, St. Francis

October 31, 2011

(Today’s print edition carried a follow-up story on Punahou’s girls volleyball championship. Here’s more, the stuff that didn’t make it to print due to space limitations.) Is this the end of a dynasty at Kamehameha? “I don’t think so,” Punahou coach Peter Balding said. “I think our society looks at a dynasty in terms of […]

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Kamehameha/KS-Hawaii: extended version

October 28, 2011

(Didn’t have enough space in the print edition this morning, so here goes.) Kamehameha 3, Kamehameha-Hawaii 0 The Kapalama campus Warriors were in total control from start to finish against their sister campus from the Big Island for a 25-15, 25-13, 25-13 win in quarterfinal play of the New City Nissan/HHSAA Girls Volleyball State Championships […]

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Tyler Taumua Stat Ticker update

October 27, 2011

Oh yes, it’s that time again, ladies and germs, to elaborate and congratulate these fine football teams. Perhaps no compliment would be more apt than one to Tyler Taumua as we examine the Tyler Taumua Stat Ticker. It’s been a few weeks since we last examined the junior running back’s prolific numbers. With the Great […]

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Kaimi Fairbairn: Interview footage (Parts 1-5)

October 23, 2011
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Fourth and the season

October 23, 2011

Correction on the key fourth-and-1 play by Campbell late in yesterday’s game with Aiea. I thought I saw Justin Tago-Su‘e sneak it over for a first down, but I got mixed up after talking with the coaches and wrote that it was backup QB Isaac Hurd. It was Tago-Su‘e who snuck over for the key […]

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‘Iolani/Pac-Five recap

October 21, 2011

(Here’s the story of last weekend’s football game between ‘Iolani and Pac-Five. We had limited space in the print edition.) No touchdown passes for Reece Foy, no problem for the aerial attack of ‘Iolani. Instead, the Raiders rushed for 189 yards and got touchdown runs from Kody Mento and Jordan Lee for a 21-6 win […]

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Video: Kaimi Fairbairn (part 1)

October 18, 2011

See Parts 2-5 here. Click here to see Kaimi Fairbairn’s 60-yard practice field goal at Aloha Stadium. No tee.

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Kaimi Fairbairn feature: extended version

October 18, 2011

(Wrote more than enough for the print edition. Here’s the uncut version.) In the beginning, there was basic, vanilla kicking of points after. He kicked the PATs, but preferred catching the football. Then came high school. Kaimi Fairbairn didn’t see much ahead in football, even at a program on the rise. He took a chance […]

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ILH football doubleheader (updated 10:50 pm)

October 15, 2011

Update 10:50 p.m. Final: Kamehameha 17, Punahou 10. The ILH D-I race is up for grabs again. Love the drama. Update 8:58 p.m. Final: ‘Iolani 21, Pac-Five 6. ‘Iolani clinches the ILH Division II crown. In the second game, Punahou and Kamehameha are tied at 3-all with 6:24 left in the third quarter. Update 6:18 […]

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Video: Farrington-Kahuku highlights

October 5, 2011
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Tyler Taumua stat ticker

October 4, 2011

Yes, yes, it’s that time again ladies and gentlemen, Governors and non-Govs. It’s the Tyler Taumua statistical update, courtesy of the No. 1-ranked Farrington Governors and the pummelling “Bamboolas.” Taumua gained 100 rushing yards on 24 carries against then-No. 1 Kahuku on Saturday night. At this rate, the junior running back will finish a full, […]

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Athletes of the Week: Grossman, Young

October 4, 2011

Short on space in today’s Star-Advertiser. Here are photos of the Athletes of the Week: Dakota Grossman of Seabury Hall and Jarrin Young of Kailua. Paul Honda, Star-Advertiser  

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Preview: Kahuku-Farrington (extended version)

October 1, 2011

(Long version of the Kahuku-Farrington game preview that ran in Friday’s Star-Advertiser.) There are cousins in maroon and red. There are ties that go back to villages in faraway regions of the Pacific. But when No. 1 Kahuku and No. 2 Farrington square off tomorrow, the similarities go even deeper. The Red Raiders and Governors, […]

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