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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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Mid-Pacific continued its dominance of ILH baseball this season and to the surprise of few swept the top awards for the ILH all-star teams that were released Wednesday. Pitcher/Outfielder Alexander Oley was named player of the year while Dunn Muramaru was named the coach of the year in Division I. St. Francis’ Ian Phillips and […]

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The OIA released its all-star teams in baseball today as voted on by league coaches. Kailua’s Joey Cantillo and Kalani coach Shannon Hirai took home the top honors in the East while Pearl City’s Trent Darley and Gavin Concepcion swept the top honors out West. East Player of the year—Joey Cantillo, Kailua Coach of the […]

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Post-game interviews with some of the Baldwin Bears after their win over Pearl City in the title game of the Wally Yonamine Foundation/HHSAA Baseball State Championships at Iron Maehara Stadium, Wailuku.

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If two bad innings make for a 17-2 season and, really, it wasn’t far from perfection, it wasn’t a bad season by any definition. The Pearl City Chargers are in that bubble between what could’ve been and the reality of an amazing run to the state championship baseball game. Coach Gavin Concepcion’s team drew raves […]

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Kaipo Haole is a ninth grader. He pitched in two games for Baldwin’s varsity team. When Coach Jon Viela gave him the news that he would be their starter in the state championship game, Haole went through a gamut of emotions. Then he pitched 4 stellar innings, allowing just one run, as Baldwin defeated Pearl […]

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Division I Most outstanding player—Kawena Alo-Kaonohi, Baldwin INF—Haloa Dudiot, Baldwin; Ryan Kono, Mililani; Jordan Macias, Campbell; Aris Nakagawa, Mililani. OF—Nawai Ah Yen, Baldwin; Todd Takahama, Campbell; Matt Yokota, Pearl City. C—Kaleb Nishijo, Pearl City. Util—Damien Awai, Baldwin. P—Markus Ramos, Campbell; Ryan Ancheta, Mililani. Division II Most outstanding player—Daylen Calicdan, KS-Hawaii INF—Makana Aiona, KS-Hawaii; Jaisten Cabatbat, […]

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5:10 p.m. It’s an hour before game time for the Wally Yonamine Foundation/HHSAA Baseball State Championships. Pearl City, the OIA’s third-place team, and MIL champion Baldwin are scheduled to meet in the title game. But it’s been overcast and wet for most of the day here at Iron Maehara Stadium. In the previous three days, […]

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WAILUKU — On one side of the diamond, Justin Fernandez couldn’t believe his fortune. The Campbell baserunner had led off the top of the seventh with the first walk issued by Baldwin fireballer Damien Awai. After Bronson Burr struck out trying to bunt, Todd Takahama singled and opportunity’s door widened. Two wild pitches later, Fernandez […]

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WAILUKU — It’s Campbell, the young team on a surge during the state tourney, against MIL champion Baldwin in the nightcap here at Iron Maehara Stadium. Campbell has another talented underclassman on the mound: Jamin Kalaola, a 6-foot-2 right-hander. Baldwin (15-0) has Damien Awai on the mound. Campbell (12-6) is the fifth-place team from the […]

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