Jerry Campany

LeGrand Pound of Sacred Hearts is getting her speed back. Pound, a junior with four state swimming golds to her credit, beat some fellow state champions in the ILH’s meet at ‘Iolani on Friday. Pound started with a win over ‘Iolani’s Cagla Brennan and Punahou’s Maddie Balish in the 200 freestyle, swimming the distance in […]

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Tynanes gets some work in

by Jerry Campany on January 20, 2017

Not a lot to see last week in the OIA, except for Campbell’s Micah Tynanes staying sharp, Jayson Pagurayan of Kapolei keeping busy while other wrestlers rest and Trison Santos of Campbell rounding into form at 126 pounds. Here are last week’s OIA results: 106: Triston Baron of Roosevelt beat Farrington’s Leonardo Nunez twice, once […]

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Kahuku’s Teniya Alo wrestled at 132 last week and was as dominant as ever with no obvious effects from the physical match she encountered with Radford’s Angela Peralta the week before. She never intended on staying at 145 and sources say she will wrestle at either 127 or 132, whichever provides the most competitive bracket. […]

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Kamehameha’s mixed crew in ILH canoe paddling beat Punahou for the first time of the season on Saturday, winning the race by 13 seconds. Punahou won the first three races of the season and leads the standings 22-14 with Iolani and and Mid-Pacific tied for third with 12. There is only one race left in […]

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Punahou senior Lia Foster had a hand in three wins at Friday’s ILH swim meet at her home pool. Foster began her day leading the Buffanblu to first place in the 200 medley relay, an event she has helped Punahou win at states the last three years. She has eight gold medals at states in […]

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Here are your updated boys wrestling pound-for-pound rankings as of January 13. Saint Louis’ Corey Cabanban moves past ‘Iolani’s KJ Pascua for the No. 1 spot. 1. Corey Cabanban, Saint Louis 2016 state champion (113), 2015 state champion (106) 2016 ILH champion (113), 2015 ILH champion (108) 2016 Officials champion (120), 2015 Officials champion (113) […]

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Here your updated girls wrestling pound-for-pound rankings for January 12 with a brand new face at No. 1. 1. Teniya Alo, Kahuku 2016 state third (122), 2015 state champ (122), 2016 ILH champ (122), 2015 ILH champ (124), 2016 Officials champ (127), 2014 Officials champ (127), Alo made it her mission to top this list […]

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After a long regular season, it’s time to work on penalty kicks. The OIA girls soccer playoffs kick off with four matches on Monday, with the winners needing one more win to reach the state tournament and the losers calling it a season. The urgency of it all means ties are not an option. There […]

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HHSAA to honor Takai

by Jerry Campany on January 11, 2017

The HHSAA is renaming its swimming and diving championships after late congressman K. Mark Takai. The 1985 Hall of Honor inductee won the gold medal in the 100 freestyle in 1984 and was just the second boy to crack 48 seconds with his 47.9 clocking. He also won the 100 breaststroke that year with a […]

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There weren’t many matches at Kamehameha on Saturday, but Warriors’ 170-pounder Chasyn Aipoalani made the most of the three opportunities he did get. Aipoalani pinned all three of his opponents at the OIA/ILH Round Robin at Kamehameha on Saturday, taking out Mark Guillot of Radford, Spike Kahalewai of Nanakuli and Castle’s Gabriel Kaneakalau before packing […]

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