Jerry Campany

Punahou sophomore Lia Foster put on a show in her school’s pool on Friday, winning two events in an ILH meet. Foster beat Mid-Pacific sensation Rebecca Walton by a wide margin in the 220 IM, clocking a time of 2:10.80 to the senior’s 2:16.00. Foster then took out another of Mid-Pacific’s fastest girls with a […]

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OIA girls soccer matchups

by Jerry Campany on January 21, 2015

Tentative OIA soccer playoff matchups Division I first round Monday at Kapolei 5:30 p.m.: Campbell (7-2-1) vs. Kailua (5-5), winner plays Kaiser (8-1-1) at Mililani on Tuesday 7 p.m.: Castle (6-2-2) vs. Kapolei (5-4-1), winner plays at Mililani (9-0-1) on Tuesday Monday at Pearl City 5:30 p.m.: Moanalua (7-3) vs. Waianae (0-6-4), winner plays Aiea […]

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Takahiro Kosins scored twice and the Kalani boys soccer team beat rival Kaiser 2-1 at Kalani on Wednesday. The win kept the Falcons undefeated. Kaiser is the reigning OIA champion, but Kalani can clinch the East title with a win over lowly Kaimuki. Cody Kuge scored for Kaiser. In other action: >> Sang Hoon Lee, […]

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Iolani’s reign is over. The Punahou girls soccer team has mathmatically clinched the ILH’s top berth in the state championship and the league title that comes with it. The Bufffanblu (10-0-1) clinched the title on Saturday with its 6-0 win over Pac-Five. Punahou has 31 points this season with just one match remaining. Undefeated ‘Iolani […]

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One lament about soccer is that there is no scoring, but the OIA East boys have the antidote for that kind of thinking. The conference has been a scorefest this year, led by Kailua’s Naia Graham. The East has four of Oahu’s top five scorers and is celebrating an average of 5.8 times per game. […]

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Kamaile Aluli and Jaelyn Lowry each scored goals and Kahuku beat Moanalua 2-0 in OIA East soccer on Saturday. Kahuku is unbeaten at 7-0-2 this season while Moanalua dropped into second place at 7-2. Na Menehune have been the class of the East all season. In other Saturday action: >> Danielle Chang, Destinee Hanaike, Deandra […]

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Mark Kelley and Gordon Kowalkowski each scored goals and the Punahou boys soccer team dealt Mid-Pacific its first loss of the season on Saturday. The Owls, who beat ‘Iolani earlier in the week, dropped to 6-1-1 while the Buffanblu improved to 5-2-1. Kamehameha got two goals from Keola Norton and One from Christopher Jenkins to […]

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As expected, Kamehameha’s Kaeo Kruse was selected as the Gatorade Cross Country Runner of the Year for Hawaii. Kruse earned his first state title at the end of the fall season with a time of 15 minutes, 38.1 seconds as well as leading the Warriors to the team title. He also won the ILH. He […]

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Throw out classification, the best team in ILH boys soccer is in Division II. Daniel Yamashita scored late and Mid-Pacific stayed unbeaten with a 1-0 win over ‘Iolani on Wednesday. The game pitted the reigning state champions in their respective divisions. ‘Iolani suffered it first loss of the season. In ILH girls action, Kamehameha played […]

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Waianae’s Stanton Spencer and Mililani’s Kalahikiola Judd both have scored nine goals this year. But that is where the similarity ends for the elite scorers. Judd, who has played two more games than Spencer, has the freedom of being surrounded by the talent that Hawaii’s Soccer Capitol can afford. Spencer, a standout in football, is […]

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