Something has got to give. As pointed out in Friday’s Honolulu Star-Advertiser story by Paul Honda, the OIA championship game pits teams that are in position to be the best ever at scoring and preventing points. Mililani has averaged 56.5 points per game this year, better than any program since the Prep Bowl era began […]
Much has been made about ‘Iolani ending its drought at the New City Nissan/HHSAA Girls Volleyball State Championships, but the brackets released on Sunday represent a new day in the ILH. Sure, Kamehameha and Hawaii Baptist are there as always, but the Eagles are joined by Le Jardin and Damien in the Division II bracket. […]
Iolani punched its ticket to states for the first time since 2007 earlier this year. On Saturday, it added its first ILH title since 2001 with a win over Kamehameha. It touched off a celebration rarely seen in that gym.
For the first time in more than a decade, the defending state Division I volleyball champion will not get a chance to defend its title on the court. Kamehameha beat Punahou in five sets on Friday night, robbing the Buffanblu of the chance. Punahou started the season No. 1 in the Star-Advertiser’s poll and held […]
All Mililani receiver Kalakaua Timoteo did against Waianae was break his own school record for receiving yards in a game, but if you ask him it all started up front. He hopes the show continues to roll until another championship parade through Trojan town. Timoteo surpassed 2,000 career receiving yards against Waianae to move to […]
Kahuku 43, Farrington 0 Kahuku’s Kekaula Kaniho says his team’s domination of Farrington started in the film room and continued in practice. The Red Raiders return to the OIA Championship game.
Iolani’s volleyball team is not the only squad on campus looking to return to prominence. The boys bowling team beat Punahou 2-1 this week to secure its place in states, a rare occurrence indeed. Kennan Kaneshiro led the way for the Raiders with a 202 game and Austin Okazaki had the high series with a […]
From the ILH: Punahou defeated Iolani tonight 25-20, 25-17, 25-17. Coupled with Kamehameha’s win tonight over Mid-Pacific…Punahou, Iolani and Kamehameha finished tied for first place in the 2nd Round with 4-1 records. According to our sport operational procedures and ILH handbook, there needed to be a card draw to determine the bye team in the […]
Nico & Vinz had their shot, now the next Nico Vitale and Vince Manuwai will take the stage. Ferd Lewis reported in this morning’s Honolulu Star-Advertiser that the Pro Bowl has invited every high school football player on Oahu to participate in the 2016 Pro Bowl halftime show at Aloha Stadium. Last year, the show […]
Earlier this season, Kapolei coach Darren Hernandez said his team had finally joined the modern era after years of relying on defense and a bruising running game. The Hurricanes still have that defense, not giving up more than seven points in a game since Sept. 5, but it is the passing attack that has evolved […]