Baseball

A dozen volleyball players were among nearly three dozen student-athletes who signed their letters of intent early Wednesday morning at the Elks Lodge in Waikiki. The event, hosted each signing season by Pacific Islands Athletic Alliance (PIAA), featured a multitude of sports for the fall signing period. The 12 volleyball players include UH signee McKenna […]

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Royals baseball coming soon

by Paul Honda on September 11, 2014

Purple and gold is going to be a very familiar sight at Patsy Mink Central Oahu Regional Park this academic year.  Hanalani is branching out to the diamond to field its first varsity and intermediate baseball teams.  A lot of energy is going into its fledgling baseball program, which has 16 varsity players, 16 intermediate […]

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Kodi Medeiros can finally begin his professional career. The 12th overall pick of the 2014 MLB draft signed a contract with the Milwaukee Brewers on Saturday morning, guaranteeing the Waiakea High alumnus a $2.5 million signing bonus, the Star-Advertiser has confirmed. Medeiros also gets an addition $240,000 for four years of college at Pepperdine, where […]

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Waiakea’s Kodi Medeiros confirmed Friday that he will be attending the 2014 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft on Thursday, June 5, in Secaucus, N.J. The left-hander is projected as a first-round draft pick and would become the third player drafted in the first round straight out of high school from Hawaii, joining Waipahu’s Jerome […]

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Division I final: Mililani vs. Saint Louis Mililani (12-6) vs. Saint Louis (17-6) Pono Anderson gets the start for Saint Louis as the Crusaders seek the program’s first state championship since 1974. Mililani will go after its first title with Cole Nakachi on the mound. Both started first-round games on Tuesday. Anderson closed out Saint […]

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When the power went out on the UH campus during Thursday’s Divsion II semifinal between Waianae and Kamehameha-Hawaii, the only real inconvenience was keeping track of how many runs the Warriors were piling on the wounded Seariders. But fans who had taken in the show the previous two days probably didn’t mind. The Division II […]

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Kaimana Souza-Paaluhi had a pretty good view of Mid-Pacific’s comeback win over Mililani in last year’s Division I final of the state baseball championship. “I was sitting right there watching,” he said, pointing over to the seats above Les Murakami Stadium’s first-base dugout. Then a Mililani freshman who’d played on the junior varsity, Souza-Paaluhi couldn’t […]

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Day 3 of the Wally Yonamine Foundation/HHSAA Baseball State Championships has begun with two Division I semifinals and two Division II semifinals at Les Murakami Stadium. Saint Louis vs. Campbell The Sabers are trying to make it an all-OIA final for the second time in four years while the Crusaders are trying to keep the […]

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