Jerry Campany

As if there wasn’t enough pressure on Mililani and Punahou in representing Hawaii on the mainland, there is a little matter of upholding a streak. At least one Hawaii team has played a football game on the continental United States for the last four years and brought back a win. Mililani and Punahou will have […]

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KKailua’s Lauren Kadooka was the OIA’s top shooter as air riflery season began over the weekend, leading Kailua to a win over Moanalua. Kadooka shot a 526.09 to lead all scorers in the Surfriders’ 1,806.18-1,793 win. Jennifer Loui of Pearl City was another sure shot, carding a 523.17 in the Chargers’ win over Kapolei. Nicholas […]

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The ILH is always tough in girls volleyball, but it might have become a whole lot tougher. No. 3 Iolani, which has been looking up at Punahou and Kamehameha for the past seven years, showed what is possible this year with a championship in Kamehameha’s Hawaii Volleyball Invitational on Saturday. The Raiders, who have not […]

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The top four teams at the Hawaii Volleyball Invitational has gone to form. No. 2 Kamehameha, No. 3 Iolani, No. 4 Moanalua and No. 6 Kahuku all made it through the gauntlet in the second day of the tournament, but will get another match tomorrow. Kamehameha was not without its problems, sweeping Kamehameha-Hawaii but splitting […]

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Pearl City’s Kristopher Yadao rolled a high game of 236 to pace the Chargers to a total team pinfall of 2,756 on OIA West Bowling at Schofield Lanes on Thursday. The Chargers were followed by Kapolei (2,277) and Waipahu (2,169). The Hurricanes were led by Jaysten Jones‘ high game of 187 and Anthony Brett’s high […]

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Kamehameha and Kahuku were the big winners in the first and fourth pools on the first day of the Hawaii Volleyball Invitational on Thursday. The Warriors swept Waimea and Iolani II while Kahuku swept two matches and split the featured clash with Kamehameha-Hawaii. The Red Raiders won the first set 25-18 but the Warriors came […]

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For the fifth year in a row, the Kahuku girls volleyball program has a new head coach. Mounia Tachibana led the troops into Kekuhaupio Gym on the Kamehameha campus on Thursday, taking over for Lee Lamb. Lamb went to Le Jardin after leading the Red Raiders into the state quarterfinals last year. He said he […]

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The Punahou girls volleyball team showed what it has to work with last week, now its rival Kamehameha’s turn. The Warriors will begin their 2015 season in their own tournament, taking on 15 other schools from around the islands in the Hawaii Volleyball Invitational. The tournament begins on Thursday at Kamehameha and runs through Saturday, […]

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The Friday night lights are fired up and we expect updates fast and furious here in the control room. A lot of good matchups tonight, Paul Honda has a separate live blog from the Stadium and Billy Hull has another one from the Division II fracas between Kalaheo and Kalani at Kaiser. Here is what […]

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Defending champion Punahou joined Mater Dei, Iolani and Boswell as the only undeated teams after the first day of the Ann Kang Invitational at Iolani on Thursday. Boswell was the only team to not drop a set and meets Iolani on Friday at 8 p.m. at the lower gym. Punahou dropped one to Santa Margarita […]

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