Girls basketball

Girls-Basketball-DI-Varsity-Playoff-Bracket Girls-Basketball-DII-Varsity-Playoff-Bracket The top seeds in the OIA Red girls basketball playoffs are a pair of undefeated teams in Mililani (10-0) out of the West and Roosevelt (11-0) from the East. After that, it gets a little crazy. The Trojans had no problem finishing up the season with a 62-11 win over winless Waialua, which […]

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Pupule thoughts on today’s Star-Advertiser Girls Basketball Top 10. Here’s the poll (coaches and media) followed by my lonely little ballot. THE TOP 10 Voted on by coaches and media from around the state. First-place votes in parentheses. Ten points for first-place votes, nine for second, etc. GIRLS BASKETBALL Team PTS. PVS. 1. Konawaena (9) […]

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The Konawaena Wildcats aren’t climbing the charts, but they haven’t been demoted, either. The latest MaxPreps Xcellent 25 Girls Basketball Rankings released on Thursday has Hawaii’s top squad at No. 21. Konawaena, coached by five-time state championship coach Bobbie Awa, was at No. 21 last week. The Wildcats are 21-1 overall. They’re still riding the […]

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Star-Advertiser Top 10 GIRLS BASKETBALL Jan. 13, 2015 Team PTS. 1. Konawaena (14) 149 2. Roosevelt (1) 128 3. Lahainaluna 109 4. Maryknoll 107 5. Punahou 98 6. Hilo 62 7. Mililani 48 8. Kamehameha 42 9. ‘Iolani 39 10. Kailua 16 Also receiving votes: Kaiser 14, Leilehua 7, Farrington 2, Nanakuli 2, Hawaii Baptist […]

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FIRST HALF SECOND HALF Score: Kamehameha 58, ‘Iolani 53.

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The last two undefeated teams in the OIA East girls basketball race are Roosevelt and Kaiser, which meet in the regular-season finale on Jan. 22. It’s nothing new for the Rough Riders, who are the defending OIA champions and have won three league titles since 2006. That’s not the case for Kaiser, which hasn’t won […]

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Maryknoll’s free-throw shooting was horrendous Thursday, but a late comeback victory can cure many ills. The Spartans went 10-for-25 from the line, a paltry 40 percent, but amid the feel-good postgame celebration, free-throw shooting was not on top of coach Chico Furtado’s mind after the thrilling 47-46 over ILH rival Punahou at Ching Gymnasium. That […]

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(Thursday, 11:20 a.m. — Updates with comment from HHSAA.) New City Nissan is now the title sponsor for Hawaii High School Athletic Association boys and girls state basketball championships. “We like being involved because there are so many good teams out there,” New City Nissan President John Uekawa said. “A lot of people are interested.” […]

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Liz Kam has seen a lot in her years as a basketball player at Punahou, and as an assistant coach. When she was hired to become varsity girls coach at Mid-Pacific, Kam was prepared for every possibility that might come along for a growing program. She had no idea, however, that the Owls would ever […]

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All is well in the post for Farrington, even though they don’t have the bigs they had a year ago (Jacob McEnroe) or two years ago (mammoth Mason Semisi). No, all they have is one of the craftiest, strongest and toughest 5-foot-10 ballers you will see this season in boys basketball: Tua Unutoa. From start […]

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