Billy Hull

Two one-run wins to advance to the semifinals is a pretty good snapshot of the 2017 baseball season for the Campbell Sabers. Senior Markus Ramos, who struggled on the mound, came through with the game-tying two-run single and Kekahi Reiny Aloy, the Sabers’ No. 9 hitter, hit the go-ahead RBI single in a three-run sixth […]

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Saint Louis coach George Gusman planned to use all three of his starting pitchers in Monday’s ILH championship game against Kamehameha at Ala Wai Community Park. He then watched left-hander Dawson Yamaguchi paint a 1-2 fastball on the inside corner to strike out Kamehameha leadoff hitter Kawai Takemura and those plans immediately went out the […]

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It was supposed to take place Thursday in Waipahu, then Friday in Hawaii Kai and eventually Saturday at Ala Wai. After three different postponements, and with the state tournament beginning in less than 48 hours, No. 1 Saint Louis and No. 3 Kamehameha will finally determine who the outright ILH champion is with a game […]

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Central Florida’s McKenzie Milton says he’s feeling more comfortable coming off his first full season with the Knights. Still technically a freshman after throwing for 1,983 yards and accounting for 13 touchdowns (10 passing, three rushing) in his first year in the program, the Mililani alum played well in one half of action in the […]

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Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa is the clear-cut No. 2 quarterback on the Crimson Tide depth chart and made a case Saturday he’s looking to move up even higher. Tagovailoa, the Saint Louis alum and reigning Honolulu Star-Advertiser player of the year who enrolled early and could still be in high school if he chose to do […]

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Kamehameha baseball coach Thomas Perkins has sensed for a while now he’s coaching a special group of kids. “They might not be the most talented guys out there, but they play well together and they support each other 100 percent,” he said Tuesday. “They’ve bought into the plan that we don’t panic. We play the […]

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Brigham Young junior setter Alohi Robins-Hardy has been chosen to compete on the U.S. Women’s Collegiate National Team that will tour Europe this summer. Robins-Hardy, a 2014 Kamehameha alumna, will play for the CNT-Europe squad, one of three teams within the U.S. Collegiate National Team program, that will play in the 13th Annual European Global […]

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There are already 10 current high school sophomores from Hawaii that have received Division I scholarship offers. Even with the departure of Kapolei quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa to a high school in Alabama, the class of 2019 in Hawaii will be one of the higher rated classes every to come out of the islands. Leading the […]

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A quick scroll though the Kalani football engine tells us that the Falcons have not played a football game on the mainland since beating Earl Wooster High School in Reno, Nev., in 1974 with senior Craig Ogata starting at quarterback. Four decades later under second-year head coach Scott Melemai, the Falcons are finally going back. […]

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Just as he was in preseason and at the beginning of the regular season and even after an 0-3 start, Kaiser first-year coach Kila Ka’aihue was supremely confident about his Cougars baseball team after a 9-3 win over No. 6 Kalani on Wednesday. “We’ve got a really good ball club,” said Ka’aihue, who played in […]

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