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Boys basketball All-State teams: 1998-2007

By Billy Hull on March 15, 2018

Sunday, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser will release its boys basketball All-State Fab 15 selections, marking the 40th consecutive year a newspaper has put out an All-State team in boys basketball dating back to the Honolulu Advertiser’s 1978 squad. As we did with girls basketball, we have put together the newspaper clippings from each of the last 40 All-State teams. We will release them 10 at a time. Today is 1998 to 2007. PREVIOUS 1978-1987 1988-1997 Enjoy. PLAYERS OF THE YEAR 1998: […]

Boys basketball All-State teams: 1988-1997

By Billy Hull on March 13, 2018

Sunday, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser will release its boys basketball All-State Fab 15 selections, marking the 40th consecutive year a newspaper has put out an All-State team in boys basketball dating back to the Honolulu Advertiser’s 1978 squad. As we did with girls basketball, we have put together the newspaper clippings from each of the last 40 All-State teams. We will release them 10 at a time. The Honolulu Star-Bulletin put out its first All-State team in 1986. Today is 1988 […]

Boys basketball All-State teams: 1978-1987

By Billy Hull on March 11, 2018

Today the Honolulu Star-Advertiser released its girls basketball All-State Fab 15 team, marking the 30th consecutive year a newspaper had put out on All-State team in girls basketball. Next Sunday, the Star-Advertiser will release its boys basketball All-State Fab 15 selections, marking the 40th consecutive year a newspaper has put out an All-State team in boys basketball dating back to the Honolulu Advertiser’s 1978 squad. As we did with girls basketball, we have put together the newspaper clippings from each […]

St. Francis to declare for Division I in boys basketball

By Hawaii Prep World on March 8, 2018

St. Francis, which has won the last two Division II state titles in boys basketball, will declare for Division I next season, the school said today. Co-athletic director Duane Eldredge was learning about the news from Co-AD Chad Konishi early Thursday afternoon as a reporter called. “Sister (Joan of Arc) was sharing that Kameron (Ng) was named the Gatorade player of the year. With that, she announced we’re moving up in boys basketball,” Eldredge said. In eight seasons of boys […]

Saints’ Ng named Gatorade player of the year

By Billy Hull on March 8, 2018

St. Francis junior guard Kameron Ng, who led the Saints to their second consecutive boys basketball state championship in Division II last month, was named the Gatorade Hawaii player of the year on Thursday. Ng averaged 25.5 points, 3.6 assists, 3.3 steals and 3.1 rebounds per game according to the Gatorade press release. Earlier this week, he was named the ILH most valuable player in Division II. Per the press release, “as a Gatorade Player of the Year, Kameron will […]

VIDEO: OIA edges ILH 97-96 in Senior Classic

By Paul Honda on March 7, 2018

The Geremy Robinson Senior Classic boys matchup between Oahu Interscholastic Association and Interscholastic League of Honolulu teams lived up to the hype and more. Tolu Smith‘s 24 points and 12 rebounds led the OIA squad to a 97-96 win. Smith was selected the game’s most valuable player.

Punahou’s Chong named ILH MVP

By Billy Hull on March 7, 2018

Punahou senior Zayne Chong, who guided the Buffanblu to a state title with four wins in five days, was named the ILH most valuable player in Division I on Wednesday. Maryknoll’s Kelly Grant was the ILH coach of the year in Division I after guiding the Spartans to their first league title since 2013. The ILH boys basketball all-star teams were voted on by the league coaches and are listed below. Division I Most valuable player—Zayne Chong, Sr, Punahou Coach […]

Smith, Nedd power OIA over ILH in 97-96 thriller

By Paul Honda on March 3, 2018

It’s all fun and games until a little fire gets going, and that’s partly how the OIA squad, led by Tolu Smith, edged the ILH team 97-96 on Saturday night in the fifth annual Geremy Robinson Senior Classic at Blaisdell Center. Smith, Kahuku’s superlative 6-foot-10 center, finished with 24 points and 12 rebounds despite a minor knee injury in the first half. Down 97-94, the ILH squad had two shots from the arc in the final seconds, but missed. One […]