Jerry Campany

Radford girls soccer playing up

December 13, 2013

OIA White champion Radford is at it again. The Rams beat Waipahu 1-0 on a goal from Ginny Smith, the only victory for a White team over a Red so far this season. That leaves the Red at a staredown, with four teams at 3-0 (and Moanalua at 2-0) in the East and three teams […]

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LIVE BLOG: OIA/ILH Challenge day 2

December 12, 2013

At Moanalua High School Wednesday’s scores Farrington 64, Kamehameha 56 Saint Louis 64, Kalani 61 Punahou 70, Kahuku 55 Maryknoll 64, Moanalua 50 Thursday’s scores Maryknoll 75, Kalani 40 Punahou 64, Moanalua 52 Kamehameha 59, Kahuku 44 Farrington 64, Saint Louis 58 Updated league-versus-league results: ILH 6, OIA 2 Friday’s games (tournament win-loss record) 4 […]

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ILH swimmers hit the pool

December 6, 2013

Not much has changed over the summer in ILH swimming. Punahou’s Jasmine Mau, Kamehameha’s Ryan Stack and Pac-Five’s Lena Hayakawa picked up right where they left off from last year’s state championships with good showings in the first ILH regular-season meet of the year at Kamehameha. Stack earned three gold medals at last year’s state […]

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Preparations are over, it’s time to play

November 23, 2013

A few images of Mililani’s practice on Wednesday and Punahou’s Thursday workout. The teams play tonight at 7:30 at Aloha Stadium in the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA football championships. Photos by Jerry Campany.

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Punahou bulks up since win over Mililani

November 22, 2013

Give Mililani a little assist for helping Punahou into its third straight state championship game. The Trojans had their way with Punahou’s offensive line in the Buffanblu’s 24-14 win at Mililani early in the season, specifically defensive end Kelii Padello. All Padello did was torch both of Punahou’s tackles for four sacks and keep pressure […]

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Mililani’s bodyguards come ready to work

November 21, 2013

If any unit on the Mililani football team represents a lunch pail mentality, it is the offensive line. While the quarterbacks and receivers played catch and the defense messed around punting the ball back and forth to each other 15 minutes before practice began on Wednesday, each member of the offensive line already had his […]

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Legends in the making: Punahou vs. Farrington

November 14, 2013

Friday’s second semifinal in the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Division I state football semifinals pits two of the most storied programs in the state. But for all of the big wins Punahou and Farrington have shared over the years, they are better known for stumbling near the end. Only Saint Louis (35) has won the ILH […]

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Kaiser an underdog?

November 12, 2013

Kaiser will be in a position it has not been in when it travels to Maui to take on Lahainaluna on Saturday. The Cougars, who have blown out every Division II team they have encountered this season, will be an underdog. Kaiser has trailed Lahainaluna in the Star-Advertiser’s poll from the beginning of the season, […]

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Uphill climbs for Kaiser, Kauai

November 10, 2013

Congratulations, Kaiser and Kauai. Soak in the glory that comes with your rare victories in the state tournament. Because if history is any judge, the first step was a mere stride in your journey. The second step will be so much bigger. While the Red Raiders and Cougars were battling to stay alive, ‘Iolani and […]

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Cougars still looking for a challenge

November 9, 2013

Kaiser coach Rich Miano took one very valuable piece of information out of his team’s 41-21 win over Pearl City in the OIA White championship game. “This was the first game, I think, where going into the fourth quarter it was close and we did a nice job of responding to the adversity,” Miano said. […]

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Blake takes place among the best

November 2, 2013

In a season that had two of the top programs — Kahuku and Punahou — break in new coaches, it took familiarity to take the title. Kamehameha’s Chris Blake won his seventh girls championship on Friday night, tying Dan Kitashima of Kamehameha. Kitashima won his first in 1994 and his last one in 1999, going […]

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LIVE BLOG: HHSAA DI volleyball championship

November 1, 2013

The Kamehameha and Punahou girls volleyball teams are warming up and ready to play for the state championship on the Kamehameha-Hawaii campus. Punahou was the first to arrive, getting her after the first set of the third-place game between Moanalua and Mililani. Kamehameha coach Chris Blake walked into the gym 35 minutes later. The Warriors […]

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State D-I VB title matches, 1969-present

November 1, 2013

2012: Punahou 3, Kamehameha 1 25-15, 18-25, 25-16, 25-23 Senior Carly Kan puts down a match-high 17 kills on 54 swings and Taylor Dayton added nine for the Buffanblu. 2011: Punahou 3, Kamehameha 0 25-21, 25-17, 25-18 Tayler Dayton leads the way with nine kills as the Buffanblu complete an unbeaten season. Misty Ma’a leads […]

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Warriors, Buffanblu going to five

November 1, 2013

Just as it was meant to be, Punahou and Kamehameha are going to a fifth set. The ILH rivals will play for the fifth time this season on Friday, but only the winner will be crowned state champion. The Warriors have won three of the four matchups after dominating the first two. But as they […]

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