Jerry Campany

The Oahu Interscholastic Association will be participating in the new state football format this fall, according to a release sent to the league’s member schools by executive director Ray Fujino on Tuesday night. In the short release, the league announced its support of the tournament for this year and this year only. The league will […]

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The Kahuku girls volleyball team finished eighth at the Durango Fall Classic in Las Vegas this weekend. With all eyes on the football team, the Lady Raiders beat St. Ignatius 23-25, 25-21 before losing to eventual third-place finisher Santa Margarita 25-14, 25-18. Kahuku lost its next two matches but still finished eighth. Senior setter ShaRae […]

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Even though it is ancient history, it has been done before. As Kahuku prepares to meet Bishop Gorman in Las Vegas on Saturday, it can take some comfort in the fact that it is not the first Hawaii team to travel to beat the Gaels and return to the islands a winner. Farrington did the […]

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The Kahuku football team isn’t the only local squad looking to make a statement in Las Vegas this weekend. The Red Raiders’ girls volleyball team, which is ranked No. 1 in the Star-Advertiser’s poll, begins play at the Durango Fall Classic on Friday. They will be joined by No. 2 Kamehameha and No. 9 Hawaii […]

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OIA football coordinator Harold Tanaka says the full slate of OIA football games for Friday will be held. Saturday’s games, however, will be moved to Monday including the stadium doubleheader due to the oncoming threat of Hurricane Lester. UPDATE at 2:06 p.m.: Kaimuki coach David Tautofi said the Bulldogs will have rescheduled their game against […]

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In today’s Star-Advertiser, gender equity advocate Jill Nunokawa cautions the HHSAA against diving headlong into its restructured format for the football state tournament, citing a lack of a Title IX study. Paul Honda‘s full story can be read here (subscription required). The HHSAA counters by saying it did its due diligence where Title IX is […]

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With the Ann Kang Invitational and Waimea tournaments in the books, the state turns its eyes to this week’s Hawaii Volleyball Invitational at Kamehameha and Lee Ann DeLima Volleyball Classic hosted by Kamehameha-Maui. The 13th edition of the Hawaii Volleyball Invitational runs for three days with the final scheduled for Saturday at 1 p.m. Six […]

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Defending champion Santa Margarita is in position to repeat at the Ann Kang Invitational. The California school finished the second day of the tournament 6-0 without losing a set, the only school to do so. Mira Costa also went 6-0, but dropped two sets. Southlake Carroll is third with a 5-1 record entering today’s final […]

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Hawaii’s best girls volleyball teams had a rough day at the first day of ‘Iolani’s Ann Kang Invitational on Thursday. Sure, the Raiders defended their home court all three times they played, but their fellow Hawaii schools combined to go 6-12. ‘Iolani swept Los Alamitos, Kingwood and Sage Hill, with only one of them earning […]

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The Warriors visited the Trojans for a scrimmage on Saturday, both coaches and a couple of players took time out to give their thoughts. Kamehameha kicks off its season with a home date against Waianae next Friday and Mililani starts it up for real the next night when Saint Louis comes to visit.

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