Jerry Campany

2016 Hall of Honor

by Jerry Campany on May 23, 2016

The HHSAA / Enterprise Hall of Honor Committee added another 12 names to its exclusive list of the state’s greatest high school athletes on Sunday, bringing the number of immortals to 408 since the program began in 1983. An awards banquet will be held on Sunday, June 5, 2016, 5:00 pm at the Pomaika’i Ballrooms […]

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Pearl City freshman Sunshine Fontes was honored by Gatorade as the girls soccer player of the year. Fontes led the Chargers to the state title in the winter and was the Star-Advertiser’s first freshman to be named state player of the year. The Gatorade award is independent of the Star-Advertiser’s list and this is the […]

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Continental Pacific, a land development company based on the North Shore, donated $5,000 to the Kahuku football program on Tuesday. The money is to support the school’s trip to Nevada to play Bishop Gorman on Sept. 17. Continental Pacific partner Reynolds Henderson challenged other companies to match the donation by contacting Gillian Yamagata at the […]

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Lahianaluna girls Iverly Navarro and Alexis Encinas won their weight classes at the Hawaii USA Wrestling Championships at the Lahaina Civic Center over the weekend. Navarro won the 113-pound class while Encinas was tops at 123. Kayla Araki of KS-Hawaii took the 159-pound class. High school boys winners were Josiah Nohara of Lanai (113), Zeff […]

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Hawaii Prep’s Emma Taylor stole the show at the Island Movers / HHSAA state track and field championships over the weekend, winning her fourth straight state title in the 100 hurdles and third consecutive crown in the 300 hurdles. She also placed second to Kaiser’s Kristen O’Handley in the 200 meters and ran a relay […]

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Eight athletes won their second Oahu Interscholastic Association championship on Saturday at the Leilehua gym. They are: Roosevelt’s Macy Higa (115 pounds) and Menjam Tamang (103), Moanalua’s Sienna Ho (girls 122), Moanalua’s Amanda Higa (98), Kapolei’s Anthony Brett (132) and Rodman Salangdron (161), Kalani’s Micah Tateyama (145) and Kahuku’s Lerod Tongi (220). The full results […]

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Live results for OIA track here https://sites.google.com/site/oiatrackinforesultspage/results-live-hi Two events finished yesterday, with Castle’s William Ewaliko taking the pole vault and Kristin O’Handley putting Kaiser in the lead for the team title with a win in the high jump. Boys Pole vault—1, William Ewaliko, Cas, 14-0. 2, Dalton Pahia, Cas, 13-6. 3, Taylor Bee, Cas, 12-6. […]

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The HHSAA probably never had an easier time picking a top seed for a tournament. Punahou drew the No. 1 spot for the Stanford Carr Development Girls Water Polo State Championship today. The ILH champions have won the tournament in each of the last eight years and are favorites to add another beginning May 4 […]

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HHSAA baseball brackets

by Jerry Campany on April 29, 2016

ILH champion Mid-Pacific will still be flying high when its baseball team lands on Maui. The ILH champion Owls were awarded the top seed in the upcoming Wally Yonamine Foundation Baseball State Championships at Iron Maehara Stadium beginning May 4. Mid-Pacific opens its tournament with a second-round game against the winner between OIA runner up […]

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Unlike the alphabet soup that makes up boxing, there can only be one champion in each weight class in OIA judo. The league will determine its title holders this weekend, with Kahuku’s LeRod Tongi earning the top seed in the East at 220 pounds. He has reigning OIA champion Matt Miner of Aiea on his […]

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