Jerry Campany

The top of the Hawaii Prep World Pound-for-pound held steady at Officials, with No. 1 KJ Pascua earning three pins and No. 2 Corey Cabanban dominating before winning a tough final. Cabanban’s opponent at 120, Jayson Pagurayan of Kapolei, jumped two spots to No. 5 on the list despite the loss because of his performance […]

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With all-everything Teshya Alo and Lalelei Mataafa off to greener pastures, there is finally room for someone else at the top of Hawaii Prep World’s first Pound-for-Pound list of the season. Radford’s Angela Peralta is that wrestler going into today’s Officials Tournament, one of many reigning state champs. Peralta finished last year third on this […]

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With the MIT in the books and Officials starting up Friday, here is Hawaii Prep World’s first boys pound-for-pound rankings for the new season. Iolani’s KJ Pascua trails Corey Cabanban of Saint Louis in state titles, but comes in at No. 1 in the initial list with Campbell’s Micah Tynanes right behind them. Pascua finished […]

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The Hawaii Wrestling Officials Association scholarship tournament begins on Friday at Leilehua, and the boys 120 bracket is stacked. That bracket is topped by two-time state champion Corey Cabanban of Saint Louis, who will be going for his second straight Officials title. he will be opposed by No. 2 seed Logan Garcia of Moanalua, No. […]

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The awards keep coming for Saint Louis quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. Tagovailoa, who led the Crusaders to the Open Division state championship this year, was named the Gatorade Player of the Year for the Hawaii football season. Tagovailoa is now able to select a national or youth sports organization to donate $1,000 to and can up […]

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BRACKETS: GARNER IVEY The Baldwin wrestling teams passed the first real test of the year by sweeping the Garner Ivey Maui Invitational on Saturday. The Bears got titles from Colby Ravida (106), Souta Nardi (126), Laakea Joy (160), Kamaki Gouveia (170), Jayden Ferreira (195) and Noah Feitosa (285) to outpoint runner-up Moanalua for the boys […]

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Archbishop Mitty 76, Clovis West 75, OT Bre’yanna Sanders scored 18 points and the Lions beat the Golden Eagles in overtime for the Iolani Classic title. Long Beach Poly 58, Iolani 45 Ayanna Clark scored 14 points and Danae Miller added 12 as the Jackrabbits smothered the Raiders. ‘Iolani outscored Poly 18-8 in the final […]

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One of Willie Taggart‘s first acts as Oregon football coach was to jump on a plane to Hawaii. Taggart, who was hired on Wednesday, is on his way to Ewa Beach to visit Saint Louis quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, who is committed to Alabama. Tua’s father, Galu, told seccountry.com that he has already spoken to Taggart […]

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The Mililani girls soccer team gave up its first goal of the season on Wednesday night, but still managed to run their record to an OIA-best 4-0. The Trojans got goals from Tehani Furuta, Chaylyn Navares and Tayzha Furuta to beat defending state champion Pearl City 3-1. The match was moved up due to Mililani’s […]

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Girls soccer season on Oahu is quickly becoming a tale of the haves and have-nots. Annual contender Moanalua beat Farrington 18-0 on Wednesday, getting hat tricks from Kelci Sumida and Sakari Bell to improve to 2-0 early in the season. Na Menehune won their opener 2-0 over Kailua and play McKinley on Saturday. It has […]

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