The ILH Division I boys basketball standings got tighter at the top while taking on a more stratified look over the last two nights. A night after Punahou was handed its first loss of the regular season, ‘Iolani closed the gap on the Buffanblu with a 49-43 win over Saint Louis on Wednesday while creating […]

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UH jumps on Eletise train

by Paul Honda on January 28, 2015

The University of Hawaii is the latest school to offer Kaiser offensive lineman Michael Eletise a football scholarship. Eletise’s father, Nofo, confirmed on Wednesday night that his son received an offer from UH earlier in the day. The 6-foot-4, 285-pound junior also has offers from Colorado, Texas Tech and Arizona State. The offer from ASU […]

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Aloha Salem’s senior night was a memorable one, all right. The guard scored 46 points, hitting 14 3-pointers, in No. 1 Konawaena’s 94-18 win over visiting Hawaii Prep on Wednesday night at Col. Ellison Onizuka Gymnasium. The Wildcats remained unbeaten in Big Island Interscholastic Federation play. They are ranked No. 21 nationally by MaxPreps.

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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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In a sense, Maryknoll basketball coach Kelly Grant was encouraged by the frustration simmering in the Spartans locker room after a series of close losses early in the ILH season. “They didn’t like losing,” Grant said, “and that was nice. “Going in the locker room, there were a lot of sour faces. … If we […]

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It took a few weeks, but Kalaheo is finally a unanimous No. 1. The Mustangs beat Punahou at Hemmeter Fieldhouse on 41-40 just before the regular season began. Star-Advertiser Boys Basketball Top 10 Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015 1. Kalaheo (15), 150, 1 2. Punahou, 134, 2 3. Kahuku, 119, 4 4. Iolani, 103, 5 5. […]

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Star-Advertiser Girls Basketball Top 10 Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015 1. Konawaena (13), 138 2. Roosevelt (1), 119, 2 3. Maryknoll, 105, 4 4. Lahainaluna, 100, 3 5. Punahou, 76, 5 6. Hilo, 71, 6 7. Kamehameha, 53, 7 8. Mililani, 52, 8 9. Iolani, 22, 10 10. Kailua, 12, 9 ARV: Kaiser 11, Leilehua 3, […]

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Update: Tuesday, 11:30 am Adds scholarship offers and B2G Battlefield UTR Spotlight video. Letter of intent signing day for the class of 2015 is around the corner, but at least one football player in the class of ’16 is getting more and more offers from universities. Kaiser offensive lineman Michael Eletise (6-4, 285 pounds) received […]

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UPDATE: It’s Moanlaua vs. Kahuku and Mililani vs. Campbell in the OIA Final Four. Each of last year’s final four have already been eliminated, leaving Kapolei and Kaiser to play for one state berth and Aiea and Pearl City to play for the other. FFacing one-and-done scenarios in the first round of the OIA Division […]

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Kailua’s Naia Graham and Mililani’s Tia Furuta captured the OIA boys and girls soccer scoring titles. Graham scored 20 goals, two more than Kapolei’s Shandon Hopeau, who had 18. Four OIA boys players were tied for third place with 15 goals each — Kalaheo’s Jhonah Felipe, Kalani’s Takahiro Kosins, Moanalua’s Tyler Morton and Waianae’s Stanton […]

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