Jerry Campany

With another state tournament looming, the top of the Hawaii Prep World Pound-for-Pound rankings remains unchanged with Corey Cabanban of Saint Louis, Iolani’s KJ Pascua and Micah Tynanes of Campbell their usual dominating selves. After that, it gets a little tricky. Kapolei’s Jayson Pagurayan still belongs there despite losing in the OIA final to Moanalua’s […]

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Official brackets: State Wrestling (Girls) 2017 Brackets v1 State Wrestling (Boys) 2017 Brackets v1 And away we go. Remember, these lists are far from official and only the top five wresters in each weight class are truly seeded. Everything is slotted after that to make matches. The official brackets will be out later today. Those […]

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Punahou took the boys and girls team titles at the K Mark Takai State Swimming and Diving Championships on Saturday, fueled by individual performances by Sydnee Whitty and Lia Foster, who won every event they entered. The Buffanblu boys went down to the last relay to beat Maryknoll and Mid-Pacific for that crown. Here are […]

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Jayson Pagurayan and Angela Peralta are still on pace for their fourth titles. OIA Varsity (Girls) Brackets Day 1 Pau OIA Varsity (Boys) Brackets Day 1 Pau

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Kapolei’s Jayson Pagurayan‘s biggest goal comes next week at states, but he has a bit of history to make first. Pagurayan can secure his fourth OIA championship this weekend at Leilehua, putting him in elite company as the fourth to complete the slam since 1997. The others are Chaeden Grace Reyes of Moanalua and Farrington […]

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Radford’s Angela Peralta is in the 147-pound bracket of the OIA wrestling championships this weekend, seeded first and going for her fourth league title. If she can pull it off, she would become just the third girl to complete the slam. She would join Farrington’s Tani Ader from 2005-2008 and Moanalua’s Caylene Valdez from 2000-2003. […]

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No Teshya Alo, no problem. The Kamehameha girls wrestling team won its fourth straight ILH title on Thursday, continuing the legacy created by Alo three years ago. Alo graduated last year but the Warriors picked up another state crown without their heart and soul for the past three years. The Warriors crowned five ILH champions […]

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Like others who have completed the ILH slam over the years, Iolani’s KJ Pascua left no doubt. Pascua won his fourth straight ILH title, this one at 170 pounds, by beating Kamehameha’s Chasyn Aipolani with a second round pin at Kamehameha on Thursday. Pascua only wrestled two matches, winning his semifinal bout by pin after […]

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The ILH wrestling championships begin in a matter of hours at Kamehameha with a bit of history waiting to be made. In addition to trying for its first repeat as a team since 2003-04, Iolani is looking to crown one of its greatest wrestlers ever. KJ Pascua is registered in the 170-pound bracket and going […]

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The Moanalua boys and girls wrestling teams swept the OIA East Division championships on Saturday, combining to crown seven champions. Elijah Asuncion (115 pounds), Logan Garcia (122), Noah Wusstig (140), Chase Wusstig (147) and Damien Agao Casabar (197) won for the Moanalua boys and Patricia Ching (157) and Richann Benito (186) won for the girls. […]

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