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Punahou junior outside hitter Ryan Wilcox was named the Star-Advertiser’s player of the year for boys volleyball in Sunday’s newspaper, continuing an unprecedented three-year run for the program. Wil Stanley was the player of the year last year and Micah Ma’a took the award after the previous season. In all, the Buffanblu had five players […]

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The ILH released its boys volleyball all-star teams in Division I, II and III today. The full teams are listed below. DIVISION I Most valuable player—Ryan Wilcox, Jr, Punahou Coach of the year—Jordan Inafuku, ‘Iolani FIRST TEAM Hugh Hogland, Sr, ‘Iolani Cole Hogland, Jr, ‘Iolani Matthew Saffery, So, Kamehameha Chad Bolte, Sr, Maryknoll Andrew Caraang, […]

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Altogether it was just a little more than 5 minutes, but you could see it on the faces of the Punahou players – just a little bit of doubt. The heavily favored Buffanblu tried in vain to fight off Kamehameha-Hawaii in the second set of Saturday night’s state Division I boys volleyball final. The opposing […]

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No one would doubt that Rick Tune is an authority on volleyball. And the former collegiate star and current Punahou coach, fresh off an eighth state championship in nine years, had somewhat of a bombshell to rock the Hawaii high school volleyball world Saturday night. Highly successful Kamehameha-Hawaii coach Guy Enriques will not be in […]

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Hawaii Baptist’s lone senior was the one standing at the service line with a seventh straight Division II state championship on the line. Kellen Takatsuka, a 5-foot-8 outside hitter who starts alongside 5-foot-9 junior Michael Johnson, served the final four points of the Eagles’ 25-17, 25-23, 25-20 sweep of Kapaa in the New City Nissan/HHSAA […]

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Punahou junior outside hitter Ryan Wilcox was named the most outstanding player in Division I in the New City Nissan/HHSAA Boys Volleyball State Championships on Saturday night at Blaisdell Arena. Wilcox had a game-high 20 kills and 10 digs in a four-set win over Kamehameha-Hawaii in the final. Hawaii Baptist junior outside hitter Michael Johnson […]

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Going by past results, Saturday night’s Division I boys volleyball state tournament at Blaisdell Arena has a heavyweight in one corner and a light heavyweight in the other. The old-timey boxing announcer could announce Punahou as “the reigning five-time champeen.” The opponent, Kamehameha-Hawaii, is the annual challenger, the team that gets super close, but can’t […]

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Every year at this time, Kamehameha-Hawaii shows up for the Division I boys volleyball state tournament. And the Warriors’ usual modus operandi is to make it far but not win the championship. Coach Guy Enriques was clear about what was needed to get past the remaining squads in their way. “We need to play a […]

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There was a brief time, during basketball season and a trip to the mainland, when brothers Hugh and Cole Hogland were just about out of their minds. Being only one year apart in age is one thing. But seeing your brother constantly — on campus, at practice, at home, the pressure of ‘Iolani’s 1-2 foot […]

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Brackets and seedings for the New City Nissan/HHSAA Boys Volleyball State Championships were released on Saturday night. In Division I, ILH powerhouse Punahou remains the top seed in the state with a 15-0 record, while BIIF champion Kamehameha-Hawaii claimed the No. 2 seed. Mililani earned the No. 3 seed as the OIA champion with a […]

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