Jerry Campany

Leilehua’s Liam Corbett and Chance Ikei of Kaiser carried Team Hawaii at this week’s national wrestling championships in Fargo, N.D. Corbett pinned the first opponent put against him in the freestyle competition but fell in the second round before winning another match in the consolation bracket. Ikei competed in Greco Roman and won his first […]

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Just when it seems there is not anything left that Teshya Alo hasn’t accomplished, she adds another big honor. Alo, a three-time state champion for Kamehameha, was named the Asics High School Wrestler of the Year. The award has been given out every year since 2001, and Alo is the first athlete from Hawaii to […]

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Maryknoll went undefeated to win the Radford Varsity Girls Basketball Summer League held this month. The Spartans went 9-0 to beat the Host Rams by two games. Here are some scores and final standings: Kamehameha ll 29, Kailua 13 HBA 37, Mililani 36 Maryknoll 52, Nanakuli 14 Radford 39, Moanalua 33 Maryknoll 48, Kailua 7 […]

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Iolani chose one of its own to lead its boys volleyball program. The Raiders announced on Friday that former player Sean Carney has been named their new boys volleyball coach. Carney takes over for Carl Rallita, who stepped down after three seasons. Carney was the head coach at Maryknoll for the past two seasons, capped […]

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Another group of outstanding student athletes were honored at the HMSA Kaimana Awards and Scholarship program luncheon at the Hawaii Convention Center on Saturday. The program has awarded 206 scholarships to high school students over the past 10 years and added began giving awards to entire schools this year. The 15 student-athletes honored today all […]

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  The 33rd annual Hall of Honor banquet felt a lot like a family reunion. Neil Everett, last year’s speaker, made an appearance via video to surprise Hawaii News Now’s Fran Weems, this year’s featured speaker. Weems had been inducted a decade before. But for all those two professionals said, the most memorable words were […]

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No receiver in the history of high school football in Hawaii has covered more ground than Punahou’s Kanawai Noa, but he might have left more yards on the sidelines. Noa will be inducted into the Enterprise / HHSAA Hall of Honor on June 7 at Dole Cannery Square’s Pomaikai Ballroom. The three-sport star finished his […]

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Punahou never rebuilds, it just reloads with guys like Micah Ma’a. With Hall of Honor recepient Larry Tuileta gone, the Buffanblu boys volleyball team was supposed to come back to the pack a little bit. But everything seemed just the same, if not better, as Punahou cruised to another state crown. A huge part of […]

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Hall pass: Sarah Lau

by Jerry Campany on June 6, 2015

Athletes like Sarah Lau don’t come around every year. Kamehameha’s Lau completed a career as a standout in volleyball, soccer and track and field and will be honored for it with an induction into the Enterprise / HHSAA Hall of Honor on June 7 at Dole Cannery Square’s Pomaikai Ballroom. To find the last girl […]

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It seems like Punahou never loses in tennis, mostly because of athletes like Kawika Lam. Lam won three singles titles and a doubles crown in his four years of prep tennis and for that will be inducted into the Enterprise / HHSAA Hall of Honor on June 7 at Dole Cannery Square’s Pomaikai Ballroom. The […]

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