Girls basketball

The Konawaena Wildcats know travel, all right. Come Christmas week, the six-time Hawaii girls basketball state champions will fly to Washington D.C. to play in the Title IX Tournament and Conference. Coach Bobbie Awa’s team has won six HHSAA state titles in the past 12 years, including last season’s crown. The Wildcats are led by […]

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Elizabeth Kam is the new Punahou girls basketbal coach, the school announced today. Kam was the Mid-Pacific girls coach for the past three years and served as a Punahou assistant from 2002 to ’12. She will now oversee the intermediate, junior varsity and varsity programs for the Buffanblu. “I look forward to this opportunity to […]

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Konawaena incoming senior Chanelle Molina, the reigning Star-Advertiser All-State girls basketball player of the year, has committed to Washington State, according to a release from Konawaena coach Bobbie Awa. According to the release, Molina had received scholarship offers from more than two dozen Division I programs and narrowed her choices to Washington State, Oregon State, […]

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Team Stingrays finished in fifth place out of a field of 256 teams today at the End of the Trail Tournament in Oregon City, Ore. It was a solid performance for the Big Island squad comprised largely of players who powered Konawaena to a state championship in girls basketball last February — and coached by […]

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Former state basketball player of the year Lia Galdeira will forego her senior season at Washington State and turn pro. Galdeira, who prepped at Konawaena, will begin her professional basketball career in Europe this fall with hopes of playing in the WNBA. Galdeira leaves Washington State as the program’s second-leading scorer with 1,710 points in […]

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Maryknoll went undefeated to win the Radford Varsity Girls Basketball Summer League held this month. The Spartans went 9-0 to beat the Host Rams by two games. Here are some scores and final standings: Kamehameha ll 29, Kailua 13 HBA 37, Mililani 36 Maryknoll 52, Nanakuli 14 Radford 39, Moanalua 33 Maryknoll 48, Kailua 7 […]

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The Hawaii Storm Summer Basketball Camp will be held at the Kaiser High School gym, June 8-11. Sessions run from 8-11 a.m. for boys and girls ages 5-10 and from noon to 3 p.m. for boys and girls ages 11-17. The cost is $130. The Hawaii Storm basketball club is an affiliate of the California […]

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The 2015 Team Aloha girls basketball roster has been selected, and it has a distinctly neighbor island flavor. Seven of the nine players, selected by team chairman Mufi Hannemann, head coach Fran Villarmia-Kahawai and assistant coach Rodney Cavaco, are from the Big Island and Maui. Chanelle Molina, the Star-Advertiser player of the year, leads the […]

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Maryknoll will host the Lady Spartans Rise Basketball Camp, April 27-29, for girls in Grades 4-8. The camp will be held at the Maryknoll Community Center at 1526 Alexander St. in Honolulu from 4-8 p.m. each day. The registration fee is $100. For more information, call Maryknoll athletics at 952-7373 or Spartans girls basketball coach […]

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Hawaii Baptist Academy is hosting its 21st annual Eagle Hoop Camp, June 2-5 at the school gym. Eagles girls coach Keith Sugiura and boys coach George Weeks, both of whom led their teams to ILH Division II titles last season, are the lead instructors. The camp is open to all boys and girls entering grades […]

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