Jerry Campany

Kip Akana, who has led the St. Francis intermediate team since 2012, was selected as the school’s new varsity football coach on Friday. Akana went 13-7 with the intermediate team, including an unbeaten 7-0 season in 2013. He replaces Mike Ulufale, who went winless in the program’s first two years. Ulufale resigned last week. Akana […]

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The following 12 athletes will be the newest members on the HHSAA Hall of Honor when they are inducted on June 7 at the Pomaika’i Ballrooms at Dole Cannery: Kamu Borden, ‘Iolani Borden was a force on the offensive line for the Raiders on two Division II state football championship teams and in the post […]

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Kaiser’s Seli Aholelei earned the OIA’s player of the year in the East in voting of coaches around the league. Aholelei, who pitches and plays shortstop, led the Cougars into the state tournament where she collected four hits and pitched in both of her team’s games including a complete-game loss in 10 innings to Kamehameha. […]

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Respected coaches Dominic Boutain and Richard Goodwin will be clinicians at the upcoming Raider Wrestling Clinic beginning June 8. Boutain is the co-Head coach of Benicia (Calif.) and Goodwin is a three-time All-American from his days at San Francisco State. The clinic runs five days and is open to athletes over 11 years old. In […]

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The wind is whipping heavy at War Memorial Stadium on Maui, blowing behind the athletes in the field events and with the runners as they approach the finish line. Those who turn into the wind are not going to be happy about it. Here are the finalists: 05.15.15 results from trials 05.16.15 finals program And […]

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LIVE RESULTS http://kautech.com/results/hhsaa2015/ Two events, the girls pole vault and boys high jump, will have champions today. Kaiser’s Celine Lum is an overwhelming favorite in the former, clearing 12 feet already this year. Nobody else has made it over 11, but you never know. Anthony Kahoohanohano-Davis of Baldwin and Kamehameha’s Kayson Smith-Bejgrowicz are the class […]

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The Campbell tennis team didn’t have many stars this year, but the one they had was the brightest. Zion Heaven was named the OIA West’s player of the year in voting of coaches on Thursday. Heaven was the only Saber honored on the first and second teams. Mililani took four spots on the first team […]

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The most hyped matchup in last year’s state track and field championships was Seabury Hall’s Alyssa Bettendorf vs. Diamond Briscoe of Pearl City. This year the big races will happen in girls hurdles. Hawaii Prep’s Emma Taylor, a junior, will be going for her third straight gold medal in the 100-meter hurdles on Saturday on […]

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The state track and field meet will be a little more special this year. Thirteen teams consisting of two regular education and two special education students are slated to compete in the first-ever Unified Division at the Island Movers/HHSAA Track and Field State Championship meet being held May 15 and 16 at Maui’s War Memorial […]

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Emma Choy scored two goals and Kelly Fricke and Marissa Miller each added one as Punahou won its eighth straight state water polo title on Saturday at the Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Center. The Buffanblu beat Kamehameha 4-2 in the final. It was Punahou’s fourth win in four tries against the Warriors this season. Choy and […]

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