Jerry Campany

The face of high school boys soccer changed a little bit this year. Punahou’s Duncan McKenna gave his school its fifth player of the year award, and second in a row, but that is where the normalcy ended. McKenna was one of only six seniors named on this year’s Star-Advertiser Stellar Eleven, the fewest ever […]

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The Honolulu Star-Advertiser All-State girls soccer team was released in Sunday’s newspaper. You can read it here. Below are some notes on a few of the selections. >> The OIA had the player of the year the previous two years with Sunshine Fontes of Pearl City and Mililani’s Tia Furuta. It was the first time […]

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The 2017 Honolulu Star-Advertiser Girls Basketball Fab. 15 can be found in Sunday’s newspaper. Konawaena junior point guard Cherilyn Molina is the state player of the year. Konawaena’s recent dominance could continue well into the future with 5-foot-10 forward Caiyle Kaupu the fourth Wildcats freshman to be named to the Fab 15, joining Lia Galdeira, […]

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The name atop Hawaii Prep World’s end of season girls pound-for-pound rankings is the same as it ever was. Kahuku’s Teniya Alo follows her sister, Teshya, as the state’s best after an unbeaten season capped off by her second state title with a dominating performance including pins in her four matches. Teniya started the season […]

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Corey Cabanban of Saint Louis ends the wrestling season atop the pound-for-pound rankings after sweeping through states on his way to his third title. He will undoubtedly begin his quest for No. 4 atop the rankings next year. Cabanban had his share of opposition during his run, beating Mililani’s Casey Nitta 2-0 before being pushed […]

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Four boys this year — Kapolei’s Jayson Pagurayan, ‘Iolani’s Colby Watase and KJ Pascua, and Antonio Ruiz of Moanalua — swept through the first day of the Chevron/HHSAA State Wrestling Championships to guarantee themselves their fourth state medal. They were certainly thinking of championships at that time, but to reach the podium four straight years […]

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The last three years have featured some of the most dominant girls wrestling squads of all time, could Lahainaluna raise the bar even higher on Saturday? The Lunas got seven of their nine wrestlers into the semifinals on Friday, leaving them alive for seven titles. That would be more than any school ever. And ever […]

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The boys team title at the Chevron Hawaii State Wrestling Championships will probably come down to the wire, but a lot of how they get there might happen in the semifinals of the 132-pound bracket. It is the only bracket where the top three schools — Kamehameha, Iolani and Campbell — had all of its […]

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You can probably hand the top four of the Hawaii Prep World’s pound-for-pound their state titles already, but after that it is all up for grabs. Three of the top 10 girls are in the 112-pound bracket, let by defending state champion Macy Higa of Roosevelt. Challenging her will be No. 6 Alexis Encinas of […]

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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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