Boys basketball

The Punahou basketball community lost a great one recently with the death of Charles “Bud” Scott on June 22. Scott, the winningest coach in the long and storied history of the Buffanblu hoops program, was 88. He also coached at Laupahoehoe and Hilo on the Big Island, and finished with a career mark of 224-59. […]

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For anyone who has been to the Moanalua gym recently, you’ve seen this big, colorful, beautiful new scoreboard. It’s way more than a scoreboard actually. It’s made up of multiple TV screens and can be used for presentations at school assemblies and also by coaches to show live or recorded videos of a practice session […]

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‘Iolani junior Hugh Hogland, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser all-state player of the year, was named the Gatorade Hawaii Boys Basketball Player of the Year on Thursday. Hogland averaged 15.0 points, 10.0 rebounds and 5.0 blocks per game to lead the Raiders to a 22-9 record and the ILH and state championships. He is now the seventh […]

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It turns out the ILH and Honolulu Star-Advertiser differ on who the best player in the league was this year. ILH coaches voted ‘Iolani’s Robby Mann as the ILH boys basketball player of the year. The complete All-ILH teams were released Monday, a day after the Star-Advertiser selected ‘Iolani junior Hugh Hogland as its player […]

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The opportunity to probe the minds of coaches and a few media about all-state selections is usually a mixed bag. Basketball, as much as any team sport, is about teamwork. Postseason individual honors are not. As much as some people believe that an all-state selection should or must be as close to a championship trophy […]

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‘Iolani junior Hugh Hogland was named the Star-Advertiser’s boys basketball player of the year, joining some elite company and setting himself up to join an even more exclusive list. The full 2015-16 Honolulu Star-Advertiser Boys Basketball Fab 15 was released in Sunday’s Star-Advertiser. Nobody has repeated as the boys player of the year for a […]

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Here are the boys rosters for the 2016 Geremy Robinson Classic, which happens this Saturday at Radford. PUBLIC SCHOOL: Joseph Gouty, Leilehua Nicholas Duran, Leilehua James Wilkins, Moanalua Chance Kalaugher, Kaiser Keoua Mahiko, Kaiser Koalii Kauhi, Leilehua Hirkley Latu, Kahuku Kekai Smith, Kalaheo Alex Layi, Kalaheo Huthifah Abdel Jawad, McKinley Coach: Branden Kawazoe PRIVATE SCHOOL: […]

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The OIA released its OIA boys basketball all-star teams on Monday as voted on by the league coaches. OIA East Player of the year—Keoua Mahiko, Sr, Kaiser. Co-Coaches of the year—Branden Kawazoe, Kaiser; Greydon Espinda, Kaimuki FIRST TEAM Keoua Mahiko, Sr, Kaiser Chance Kalaugher, Sr, Kaiser Captain Whitlock, Jr, Kalaheo Huthifah Abdel Jawad, Sr, McKinley […]

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OC-16/HHSAA Boys Basketball State Championships Division I Most outstanding player: Hugh Hogland, ‘Iolani ‘Akahi Troske, Punahou Chance Kalaugher, Kaiser Robby Mann, ‘Iolani Bradlee Anae, Kahuku Jared Lum, Punahou Division II Most outstanding player: Anson Canencia, University Ryan Hobus, University Isaiah Payne, Seabury Hall Supilani Mailei, St. Francis Kea Callihan, Honokaa Cameron Hanisch, Seabury Hall

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Top-seeded ‘Iolani and rival Punahou have tipped off as the championship game is underway. The first quarter ends tied at 8. SECOND QUARTER Jared Lum scored five points, including a tough, twisting layup in traffic, to help Punahou stay close. But ‘Iolani got the edge with Robby Mann attacking the rim (five points) and Zach […]

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