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Penn State made a football scholarship offer to Kaiser junior Michael Eletise on Saturday, which makes it 31 FBS offers in all. Eletise also has an offer from Division II Azusa Pacific, alma mater of former Kansas City Chiefs running back Christian Okoye. Eletise shared the news on his Twitter page on Saturday afternoon. Michael […]

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Kaiser’s 9-0 loss to Campbell in the OIA baseball semifinal round on Friday night was a demonstration of a solid, good team going up against a premier pitcher in stealth mode. Kila Kapihe was that good. The nine strikeouts with just one walk in his two-hit shutout wasn’t just good. It was mastery. And he’s […]

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He goes by Loveni, his first name, and Jordan, his middle name. Saint Louis outside linebacker Loveni Jordan Iosefa is a junior who sat out last season after transferring in from Waipahu. He kept working, though, and has a scholarship offer from Hawaii, and a few FBS schools are keeping a close eye on the […]

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Sooner Nation has jumped on the bandwagon, but for good reason. Michael Eletise of Kaiser received his 30th FBS scholarship offer this morning from Oklahoma. He also has an offer from Division II Azusa Pacific. Eletise posted the news on his Twitter page. Michael Eletise ‏@MichaelEletise 4h4 hours ago FIRED UP & HONORED to receive […]

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Radford junior wide receiver Thomas Reid III is on the radar of college football coaches. Ten days ago, Reid received his first scholarship offer, from Hawaii. Today, Nevada, via assistant coach and former UH quarterback Nick Rolovich, became the second university to make an offer to Reid. “I’m just glad Rolo saw it, too,” Radford […]

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You want Trench Warfare in the middle of spring? You got it. On a dusty spring day, under a scorching sun and slightly cooled by howling 25 mph tradewinds, the combatants got to battle. The vibe is a bit feisty, but always sportsmanlike when the Brian Derby Offensive Linemen Camp hosts the outside ‘backers and […]

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First inning is underway at Damon Field in Manoa Valley on the campus of Mid-Pacific Institute. Sunny blue sky, puffs of white clouds and just a hint of trade winds for this ILH baseball playoff game. Both Kamehameha and Mid-Pacific won their tourney-opening games in this double-elimination format. Makoa Mau of Kamehameha and Grant Doi […]

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There is a minimum of mercy in the Oahu Interscholastic Association playoffs, which begin on Wednesday. Unlike the Interscholastic League of Honolulu, which has an automatic state-tournament berth for the regular-season winner (Mid-Pacific) and a double-elimination format in the playoffs, the OIA leaves no room for defeat. The single-elimination format rewards late-season play — the […]

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As a middle schooler commuting from Ewa Beach to Saint Louis for school and Sunday clinic sessions with QBs coach Vinnie Passas, Tua Tagovailoa understood the work ethic required to improve. A talented, humble star-in-the-making named Marcus Mariota took him under his wing. Tagovailoa kept getting better, and by the time he emerged as a […]

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