Jerry Campany

And now it’s official, Liam Corbett is in the 154-pound bracket as he goes for his third OIA title. Here are the OIA wrestlers going for multiple OIA championships: Liam Corbett, Shandon Ilaban-Totten, Jayson Pagurayan all going for their third OIA titles. James Sullivan, Jacob Naosusuga, Rodman Salagdron, Zack Diamond, Josh Gallarde, Sheldon Bailey, Draten […]

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Fresh off its record book for boys basketball last year, Natalie Iwamoto and the HHSAA have done it again. Frank Mauz and Thomas Yoshida teamed up to bring you a record book for the girls basketball tournament. Scratching the surface finds these fine performances. But there are many, many more. We suspect OC16’s Felipe Ojastro […]

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As expected, defending state champion Konawaena received the top seed in this week’s OC16/HHSAA girls basketball tournament. Punahou paid a heavy price for coming up short in the ILH championship n Saturday, forcing it into a first-round matchup with Farrington with a meeting against the Wildcats up next. Kamehameha-Maui and Kaiser open up in the […]

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OIA East wrestling results

by Jerry Campany on February 7, 2016

And here are the East results, courtesy of Katrina Johnson. Girls Varsity East 2016- FINAL TEAM STANDINGS Boys Varsity East 2016- FINAL BRACKETS Boys Varsity East 2016- FINAL TEAM STANDINGS Boys Varsity East 2016- INDIVIDUAL RESULTS Girls Varsity East 2016- INDIVIDUAL RESULTS Girls Varsity East 2016- FINAL BRACKETS

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OIA West wrestling results

by Jerry Campany on February 7, 2016

Campbell’s state champions are making their moves back to the front. Kalissa Pundyke and Triston Santos both won their brackets at the OIA West Championships on Saturday after struggling for much of the season. There were plenty of good matches, the three that stand out look like Baylen Cooper beating Sheldon Bailey 9-8, Zack Diamond […]

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Major Davis hit the game-winning 3-pointer with 22 seconds left to help Mid-Pacific beat Maryknoll 35-33 on Friday. After Maryknoll’s Jordyn-Thomas Perez put the Spartans up 33-32 with a long 3-pointer with about 30 seconds left, Mid-Pacific inbounded the ball, with Jacen Kimura passing to Zion Shepherd. Shepherd passed it back to Kimura, who drove […]

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Waianae’s Tehani Carlson has more than stepped into the void left by the injured Teniya Alo. Carlson, a junior, has dominated the 122-pound division this season with Alo nursing an injury. She beat everyone in front of her to take the Garner Ivey, Officials and Paani. Carlson continued her steady climb into the girls Pound-for-Pound, […]

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Meet records fell at a frantic pace in the OIA East swimming and diving championships at Kalani on Saturday. Nine marks fell. No records fell at the West championships a day earlier. Here is the complete haul: >> 100 fly: Kalani senior Shawn Fujii beat Jonathan Oba of Roosevelt and both swimmers beat the record […]

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Before last year’s state seeding meeting, state wrestling coordinator Carl Schroers made an impassioned plea to his fellow coaches to go to their athletic directors and demand a reduction in the number of weight classes in Hawaii. His argument, which was repeated at HIADA but shot down, was that wrestlers from the 50th state have […]

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The Iolani boys wrestling team ruled December, but coach Walden Au is quick to point out that is way in the past. The Raiders swept the Officials tournament and followed it up with gold at the Moanalua Duals, a sweep in two entirely different types of competitions that prove that they are up for anything. […]

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