Cameron Higgins stepped down as the Kaiser football head coach recently, according to trusted Hawaii Prep World and Honolulu Star-Advertiser sources. The Cougars have been without a head coach this spring and the school has not posted the opening yet, according to the sources. Richard Torres, an assistant under Higgins, has been running spring drills […]

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Campbell did not go undefeated, but if it had, it’s a good bet the Sabers would be in the Top 10 nationally. The Sabers (18-1) finished at No. 22 in the CBS/MaxPreps Xcellent 25 softball rankings after winning their second straight Division I state championship last week. Campbell, as MaxPreps pointed out in a recent […]

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College football coaches from around the country will be at the University of Hawaii’s Ching Complex for the GPA College Showcase football camp. The camp runs June 10-12 and is for student-athletes who will be in high school this fall along with recent graduates who are junior college prospects. Four practices will be held with […]

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Jim Harbaugh and his Michigan football staff is coming to Hawaii for two camps in June. The Hawaii swing of the 30-city Michigan Pacific Island Swarm Tour begins June 26 at the Saint Louis School football field. Along with Harbaugh and his staff, University of Hawaii head coach Nick Rolovich and Saint Louis head coach […]

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Kahuku’s Aliki Vimahi had an impressive showing at the Nike Opening regional event in Oakland, Calif., over the weekend and was rewarded with his 10th scholarship offer. Virginia offered the 6-foot-4, 250-pound defensive end who can be seen at the end of this video participating in some one-on-one drills at the Nike event. That wasn’t […]

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Mid-Pacific senior Alex Oley was named the Gatorade Hawaii Baseball Player of the Year on Tuesday. Oley is the ninth MPI player to win the Gatorade honor in the 31-year history of the award. He hit .406 with 16 runs scored and was also 5-1 with a 2.35 ERA on the mound for the Owls, […]

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Academics and athletics are going hand-in-hand at Campbell. A recent article by Paul Honda of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser and Hawaii Prep World mentioned that all of the seniors from the two-time reigning state champion Sabers softball team are going to be playing in college next year. Here is the list of Sabers and their plans […]

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2016 Hall of Honor

by Jerry Campany on May 23, 2016

The HHSAA / Enterprise Hall of Honor Committee added another 12 names to its exclusive list of the state’s greatest high school athletes on Sunday, bringing the number of immortals to 408 since the program began in 1983. An awards banquet will be held on Sunday, June 5, 2016, 5:00 pm at the Pomaika’i Ballrooms […]

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Kamehameha sophomore Dallas Millwood was named the ILH softball most valuable player on Thursday. Millwood led the Warriors to an 11-2-1 regular season and an ILH championship before losing in the quarterfinals of the state tournament. ‘Iolani’s Dean Yonamine, in his first year coaching the Raiders’ softball team, was named the coach of the year […]

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The nation’s No. 1-ranked kicker wants to make his college decision by the end of the summer. Kamehameha’s Adam Stack, who is rated as the top high school kicker in the country for 2017 by Chris Sailer Kicking, plans on attending a few camps this summer and wants to finish the recruiting process before the […]

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