Jerry Campany

ILH champion Punahou received the top seed in the Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Girls Soccer State Championships beginning Friday. The Buffanblu are joined by OIA champion Campbell, MIL champion Baldwin and BIIF champion Konawaena as the top four seeds. Punahou will await the winner between perennial powers Kamehameha-Maui and Mililani, who play at 5 p.m. […]

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First round, Friday DI: Kailua at Mililani, 730 DI: Waianae at Farrington, 6 DI: McKinley at Pearl City, 6 DI: Radford at Moanalua, 6 DII: Waipahu at Kalani, 6 DII: Waialua vs. Kaimuki at Mililani, 530 Second round, Saturday DI: Mililani or Kailua at Kalaheo, 6 DI: Farrington or Waianae at Campbell, 6 DI: Pearl City or McKinley at […]

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Kamehameha-Kapalama has pretty much dominated state canoe paddling since its inception in 2002, but there is still one thing left to accomplish that nobody has done before. The boys crew will be going for its third straight title, it has won back-to-back three times but never completed a three-peat. The ILH champions go in knowing […]

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Punahou swimmers Maddie Balish, Lia Foster and Kelly Fricke each won two individual races at the ILH meet at Punahou on Friday. Balish, a sophomore, started her day with a win in the 200 IM, beating Pac-Five’s Kayla Ippongi by nearly 10 seconds with a time of 2:13.98. She then beat teammate Kara Machida by […]

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Daniel Matsumoto, who spent the last 15 years as Waianae’s head football coach, is retiring according to athletic director Glenn Tokunaga. Matsumoto went 92-70 in 15 seasons with the Seariders and guided them to a state final in 2010, losing 36-13 to a Marcus Mariota-led Saint Louis team. Matsumoto went 11-2 in his first season […]

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UPDATE: PEARL CITY BEAT AIEA 3-1 TO RUN ITS STREAK OF STATE TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES TO 31. The Pearl City girls soccer team has been carrying a streak that predates each player’s time on the Earth and has gone on even longer than their veteran coach has been in charge. The Chargers have been in every […]

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The Iolani girls soccer team will be going to the state tournament for the sixth year in a row. The Raiders got goals from Kylee Kim-Bustillos, Megan Goo, Sam Masca and Karley Devens to beat Pac-Five 4-0 and clinch the ILH’s second berth behind champion Punahou. The Raiders failed to defend their crown, but they […]

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OIA boys soccer brackets

by Jerry Campany on January 24, 2015

Is the OIA ready for another boys soccer game between rivals Kalani and Kaiser? Only Radford stands in its way. Defending OIA champion Kaiser drew the fifth seed in the upcoming OIA boys soccer tournament, forcing the Cougars to travel to Kahuku to take on Radford to return to states and reach the second round […]

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The Kahuku boys and girls wrestling teams defended their home gym on Saturday, each going 3-0 in a regular-season dual. The Red Raider boys took advantage of a large turnout to beat Farrington 48-12, Kalani 48-28 and McKinley 57-6. No other team scored more than 28 points. Kalani and Farrington each picked up two wins […]

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Punahou sophomore Lia Foster put on a show in her school’s pool on Friday, winning two events in an ILH meet. Foster beat Mid-Pacific sensation Rebecca Walton by a wide margin in the 220 IM, clocking a time of 2:10.80 to the senior’s 2:16.00. Foster then took out another of Mid-Pacific’s fastest girls with a […]

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