Jerry Campany

Frank Baumholtz knows how to grow ‘em. Baumholtz, the veteran Pearl City coach and the Star-Advertiser’s coach of the year, led the Chargers to the state title this year with a largely young group. How young? His best player, freshman Sunshine Fontes, is the Star-Advertiser all-state player of the year and fellow freshman Bree Fuller […]

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It seems to be the age of the goalkeeper. Punahou’s Tyler Ohata was judged the Star-Advertiser’s player of the year on Sunday, the third straight year a keeper was so honored. He follows Kalani’s Michael Stafford last year and Josh Adachi of Iolani the year before. You have to go all the way back to […]

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As if they needed it, the neighbor islands got another example of its dominance of prep girls basketball. Led by Chanelle Molina again this year, neighbor island girls have been the player of the year in eight of the last nine years. The only exception is Princess Lauvao of Kaimuki in 2013. The ILH hasn’t […]

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‘Iolani junior Hugh Hogland was named the Star-Advertiser’s boys basketball player of the year, joining some elite company and setting himself up to join an even more exclusive list. The full 2015-16 Honolulu Star-Advertiser Boys Basketball Fab 15 was released in Sunday’s Star-Advertiser. Nobody has repeated as the boys player of the year for a […]

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Getting your name listed in the Star-Advertiser’s weekly Hawaii Grown Report is no easy task. The NCAA recently released a chart giving the percentage chance of playing in college, and the numbers show an uphill road. The two easiest sports to transition from high school and college are not sanctioned by the HHSAA, ice hockey […]

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Next 10: Teniya Alo, Iolani; Leilani Cmargo-Naone, Kamehameha; Zion Vierra, Kamehameha; Ashley Gooman, Kamehameha; Callan Medeiros, Kamehameha; Taysia Kano, Kapolei; Cendall Manley, Molokai; Kelani Corbett, Leilehua; Netanya Kang, Pearl City; Jaclyn Fontanilla, Kamehameha.

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Next 10: Dane Yamashiro, Iolani; Jaysen Pagurayan, Kapolei; Triston Santos, Campbell; Baylen Cooper, Pearl City; Micah Tynanes, Campbell; Zach Diamond, Mililani; Sheldon Bailey, Waianae; Logan Garcia, Moanalua; Josh Gallarde, Campbell; Caleb Cardus, Waianae.

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The order has been determined, and tonight’s Chevron state wrestling championships will begin with unseeded Anuhea Hamilton of Waianae vs. No. 2 seed Asia Evans of Pearl City at 127 pounds. The finals begin at 4:30 and are going to be televised on OC-16’s Xcast. We will list the winners here. The order puts the […]

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Caeleb Reyes, who suffered a hard fall in the semifinals of the Chevron state wrestling championships at the Blaisdell Arena on Saturday, is OK. Moanalua coach Darren Reyes reports that his son Caeleb’s X-rays came back fine and that he is sore but already fighting with the nurses because “in his mind, he is going […]

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Boys 106 Landon Obra Nakata of Damien is a surprise finalst, beating Leilehua’s Isaac Stalcup 16-3. He will meet Moanlaua’s Logan Garcia under the lights. Garcia beat Iolani’s Kaua Nishigaya 13-9. Boys 113 Saint Louis’ Corey Cabanban is through to the final as the top seed, beating Chaden Morisato of Kalani 6-0. He will meet […]

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