Billy Hull

Tuesday’s ILH baseball tilt between No. 4 Kamehameha and No. 5 Punahou seemed destined to go the Buffanblu’s way. Twice, when the Warriors seemed ready to break through against gritty Punahou starter Kyle Uemura, the Buffanblu came up with SportsCenter worthy catches in the outfield. First it was left fielder Kai Terada-Herzer, who made a […]

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Punahou baseball coach Keenan Sue doesn’t mind his players playing multiple sports throughout the year. In fact, he thinks they are better prepared for baseball by doing it. “The great thing about all of our guys that are multi-sport athletes is that this is just another sport for them,” Sue said Tuesday after his sixth-ranked […]

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We’re closing in on a full month into the softball and baseball regular seasons and the two sports seem to be shaping out very differently. In softball, there’s no doubt who everyone is chasing. The defending state champion Campbell Sabers were a unanimous No. 1 pick in the first Honolulu Star-Advertiser Softball Top 10 rankings […]

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It seems to happen every year now. A bad couple of days of weather results in all hell breaking loose in baseball and softball. Umpires have to be shuffled around and pitching rotations get completely out of whack. Before you know it, you’re living the life of No. 7 Kamehameha, which embarked on four games […]

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Sorry quarterbacks out there, but you’re not quite as protected as it seemed. Many eyebrows were raised when the NFHS put out a press release last week regarding new rule changes for the 2017 football season. In the release, the rules committee expanded on the rule regarding what is considered a defenseless player by adding […]

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HHSAA Football Officials Coordinator clears up rule changes New rules for high school football recommended by the NFHS Football Rules Committee in January were approved last week and have been put in place for the 2017 season. An onside kick in which the kicker tries to drive the ball into the ground to pop back […]

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California is the latest Pac-12 school to get in on the local recruiting scene. The Golden Bears extended an offer Friday to Waianae defensive end Kana’i Mauga, who now holds offers from three different Pac-12 schools. The 6-foot-1, 215-pound junior is the first Class of 2018 recruit from Hawaii to receive an offer from the […]

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Exactly three weeks ago, the University of Hawaii announced the signing of 23 players to its 2017 recruiting class. Not a single one was home grown. Fourteen of the 19 local players to sign with a Division I school were offered by the Rainbow Warriors, but with Kahuku’s Kesi Ah-Hoy switching to Oregon State over […]

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Campbell senior Jocelyn Alo, the reigning Honolulu Star-Advertiser All-State position player of the year and Gatorade Hawaii player of the year, was named to the Max Preps preseason All-America softball team on Tuesday. Alo, who has signed to play at Oklahoma next year, is one of four catchers named to the team. Last season, Alo […]

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The University of Hawaii has been busy recruiting on Tuesday. Kamehameha LB/DE prospect Jonah Welch announced on Twitter this morning that he had received a scholarship offer from Hawaii. Hours later, Punahou’s Maninoa Tufono announced the same. Glory be to GodBlessed to announce that I have received my 2nd offer from the University of HawaiiGOD […]

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