Jerry Campany

Kamehameha’s Blaysen Terukina and Leilehua’s Liam Corbett are two wins away from their third straight Officials titles. Terukina made it through the first day of the 132-pound bracket with a pin of Kailua’s Koalii Santos in 1:10 before pinning Roosevelt’s Zachary Foster in 4:25. Things get harder in the tournament’s toughest bracket, though, with Pac-Five’s […]

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The 112-pound class on the girls side at the Officials wrestling tournament has turned into quite the Final Four. The second day will begin with top seed Alexis Encinas of Lahainaluna vs. Campbell’s Kalissa Pundyke in one semifinal and Punahou’s Taryn Ichimura opposing Kayla Lono of Leilehua in the other. All four of them are […]

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Kamehameha senior Teshya Alo has qualified for the United States Olympic Trials in Iowa April 9-10. That places her a step away from representing the United States in Rio. But first Alo is going for the victory. Alo won her first two matches at the U.S. Senior Nationals today, pinning Axa Molina in 1:35 to […]

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With state and league titles the stated goal for high school wrestlers, the Hawaii Officials tournament is often overlooked. But in many ways, it is as hard to win as any of the tournaments later in the year. Leilehua’s Liam Corbett and Kamehameha’s Blaysen Terukina will be going for their third title at the tournament […]

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Judging by the season’s first girls pound-for-pound rankings, this weekend’s Officials tournament will be sorely lacking in star power. The top three on the list will all sit the tournament out, with No. 1 Teshya Alo of Kamehameha the most obvious omission. Alo has a bigger tournament in mind, though, beginning the U.S. Open for […]

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Liam Corbett is starting the season on the top, staying there will be the tough part. Corbett, who took over the top spot in Hawaii Prep World’s boys pound-for-pound rankings after earning his second OIA title last year, is still in the top spot in this year’s initial tally. Corbett is Hawaii’s only reigning Fargo […]

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While Conor McGregor was making quick work of his opponent in a UFC title fight in Las Vegas, a pair of Moanalua wrestlers did the same at the Garner Ivey Invitational on Maui on Saturday. Caleb Garcia of Moanlaua had the fastest pin with an 18 second job on the boys side, and Na Menehune […]

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TThe OIA may own the postseason, but the ILH has the edge in the preseason. Oahu’s private school league won the Oahu Interleague Showcase at Kapolei on Saturday, winning four matches to the OIA’s two with two ties. Last year the tournament came down to the final match, but this time the ILH clinched at […]

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Punahou and Saint Louis are the lone unbeatens after the first two days of the Jim Alegre Invitational at Radford. The Buffanblu beat Moanalua on Thursday and Tristan Nichols lit up Radford for 30 points in a win for Saint Louis. Punahou takes on Mililani today and the Crusaders meet Leilehua. Farrington Takes in Lahainaluna […]

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It’s never too early for a state championship preview. Hawaii’s traditional boys soccer powers will converge on Kapolei for the Oahu Interscholastic Soccer Showcase over the next three days. State champion Mililani leads the field, but won’t get to ease into the tournament. The Trojans open with a 7 p.m. match against Punahou on Thursday. […]

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