Two weeks ago, Farrington and Kahuku were tied at No. 5 in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Top 10 football poll. Last week, Kahuku was No. 5 and Farrington No. 6. This week, the poll, which will be in Tuesday’s Star-Advertiser and is on the front page of hawaiiprepworld.com, has the Governors at No. 4 and the […]

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MIL 8-Man football scores this season: Oct. 16 Hana 31, St. Anthony 25 Oct. 11 At Molokai 42, Hana 21 Oct. 9 Lanai 9, St. Anthony 6, at War Memorial Stadium Seabury Hall 42, Kihei Charter 7, at War Memorial Stadium Oct. 4 At Seabury Hall 49, St. Anthony 13 Sept. 27 At Molokai 20, […]

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Final scores from the MIL, KIF and BIIF this season follow: Oct. 18 Kauai 24, Waimea 6, at Vidinha Stadium Oct. 17 Lahainaluna 35, Baldwin 0, War Memorial Stadium Maui 48, King Kekaulike 0, War Memorial Stadium Oct. 11 Kapaa 17, Waimea 9, at Hanapepe Stadium Hawaii Prep 34, at Honokaa 13 Kamehameha-Maui 34, at […]

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It’s a three-team race in ILH boys bowling going into the final regular-season meet of the season today at Hickam Bowling Center. Hawaii Baptist leads the way with a 28-5 record, followed by Punahou at 27-9 and University 26-7. State berths are on the line. Friday’s results from the last meet at Hickam follow: Team […]

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Chargers roll on

by Nick Abramo on October 19, 2014

Pearl City won its fifth straight OIA boys bowling championship and its fourth straight OIA girls title on Thursday at Schofield Bowling Center. Chargers bowlers Chelsi Morishige and Ryan Kajihiro won the individual OIA titles. Boys team standings 1. Pearl City, 6,426 2. Kapolei, 5,841 3. Moanalua, 5,466 4. Castle, 5,342 Girls team standings 1. […]

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It’s a mantra shared by all coaches still competing as the OIA enters its semifinals. Thinking like that is a big reason why they have made it this far. But they may be wise to look at the big picture and realize that all they have to do is win one game in two chances […]

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They are serving the greater good, these Damien Monarchs. For longtime, patient fans, the Monarchs aim to please whether by ground or air. It might be enough to take them someplace special this fall. Yes, Damien is back in the ILH Division II final, but some things are different this time around. Coach Eddie Klaneski’s […]

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Samson Low rushed for 177 yards and two TDs, and Dallas Labasan passed for 171 yards and two more TDs in Damien’s 42-28 win.

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Campbell has less than a week to try to ensure history does not repeat itself. The Sabers, fresh off a win over Leilehua in the OIA quarterfinals, put together a nice enough game that it should be able to soak it in for a while. But Campbell won’t have that luxury with No. 2 Mililani […]

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One of the best seasons a receiver has ever had in Hawaii quietly came to an end on Friday night. Pac-Five senior Tsubasa Brennan, who unfortunately only had eight games to showcase his talents, was on the wrong end of a 42-28 loss to Damien at Aloha Stadium, ending the Wolfpack’s season at 2-6 overall. […]

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