Jerry Campany

Game 1 Campbell 11 Mckinley 4 Campbell Sara Tremmel 2 Nicole Kiefer 2 Jasmine Charlton 3 Adriana Allen 1 Kaylee Savage 2 Kaitlyn Schneiderhan 1 Mckinley Shania Custodio-Velasco 1 Lauren Oakland 3 Game 2 Kahuku 16 Roosevelt 5 Kahuku Indie Pyzel 2 Ava Countryman 1 Kahea Kahaulelio 3 Ari Kunz 3 Lilli Lindgard 2 Kahea […]

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The state boys volleyball tournament isn’t until May, but the top teams will begin jockeying for position at this week’s Iolani Volleyball Invitational. The top five teams in the current Star-Advertiser boys volleyball poll will be competing in the three-day tourament along with three California powers. Pool C looks like the toughest bracket, with No. […]

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Lee Leslie stepped down as Kahuku’s football coach after just one year on Thursday, but it was quite a successful year. Leslie went 9-3 in his only season in Hawaii, joining these coaches among those since 1973 who won more than 66 percent of their games but lasted fewer than 25: >> Waldemar Doane, Radford, […]

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TOP 5 TEAM STANDINGS BEFORE FINALS: Punahou 138.5, Lahainaluna 134.5, Kamehameha 129, Campbell 127, ‘Iolani 103.5 Campbell and Kamehameha have four state finalists followed by Punahou with three. Kapolei, Kaiser, ‘Iolani, Lahainaluna and Pearl City have two each. TOP 5 FINAL TEAM STANDINGS (WILL POST ASAP): 1. Lahainaluna, 158.5; 2. Punahou, 146.5; 3. Kamehameha, 143; […]

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TOP 5 TEAM STANDINGS HEADING INTO FINALS: Lahainaluna 170.5, Kamehameha 150, Campbell 126, Kahuku 116, Pearl City 111.5 Lahainaluna has five girls wrestling for state titles with Pearl City second with four. Campbell, Punahou, Kahuku 2 each. TOP 5 FINAL TEAM STANDINGS (WILL POST ASAP): 1. Lahainaluna, 203.5; 2. Kamehameha, 177; 3. Campbell, 132; 4. […]

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Kapolei’s Shandon Hopeau and Moanalua’s Tyler Morton were voted the player of the year in their divisions by the OIA coaches. Hopeau scored more than 20 goals and passed out more than 10 assists for the Hurricanes, who took third in the OIA tournament after a loss to Kalani. Morton, a midfielder for Na Menehune, […]

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Semifinals begin at 10 a.m., weigh-ins are complete and the wrestlers are on the mat warming up. Carl Schroers just started overseeing his final state tournament reminding coaches that this isn’t life and death, bad calls happen to good people and when they do it is up to coaches to set the example by not […]

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The ILH named ‘Iolani’s Kristen Hori the offensive player of the year and Kamehameha’s Hope Tsuneyoshi the defensive player of the year in girls soccer on Thursday. Hori led Iolani to the state tournmament final, where the Raiders lost to Mililani, 1-0. In addition, Punahou’s Starr Johnson, who guided the Buffanblu to the ILH title, […]

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IThe state won’t hand Teshya Alo and Lelelei Mataafa their third state crowns until Saturday, but they might as well. Alo won the ILH unopposed last week while Mataafa cruised to her third MIL title. Mataafa will need to win three matches for another state title and Alo will have four, but the question will […]

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The old adage that you can’t lose your spot to injury doesn’t apply to the pound-for-pound rankings. Mililani’s Zack Diamond slipped out of the top spot for the first time all season when he lost a close match to Waianae’s Sheldon Bailey in the semifinals of the OIA championships. Diamond suffered an injured knee in […]

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