Cheerleading

Photos: OIA cheerleading championships

November 11, 2012

  Radford takes it back The Radford cheerleading squad regained the OIA championship it lost to Mililani last year, beating the Trojans at the league’s title competition on Saturday at Kalani. The Rams, who won four straight OIA titles from 2006-2009, scored 348.5 to outlast Moanlua (347) and Kaiser (305). Those three will join Mililani, […]

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Photos: ILH cheerleading championships

November 11, 2012

  Pac-Five breaks Kamehameha’s string Three weeks ago, the Pac-Five cheerleading squad delt Kamehameha its first ILH loss since the sport began in 2000. On Friday night, the Wolfpack turned the trick on a bigger stage, beating the Warriors for the ILH championship. Pac-Five, which draws athletes from 10 different schools, takes its momentum into […]

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Damien cheerleaders make history

July 30, 2012

For the first time, Damien is co-ed. Economic downturn. Declining enrollment? Whatever the reason, Damien has female students for the first time, and as a result, the school has its own cheerleaders. In the past, Sacred Hearts (across town) sent cheerleaders to cheer for the Monarchs. Now they’re all on campus, seventh to ninth graders. […]

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Executive decision: HHSAA voting results

June 13, 2012

Here are the recommendations from the athletic directors’ conference on Kauai. The conference began on Thursday, ended Saturday and resulted in the following approved proposals. The proposals went up for HHSAA executive board voting on Tuesday morning at the OIA office, located at Radford High School. HHSAA executive board vote on HIADA recommendations June 12, […]

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Video: Waimea Menehunes cheer

December 6, 2011

Waimea performs in the Medium Division at the 2011 Zippy’s/HHSAA State Cheerleading Championships at Stan Sheriff Arena, Sunday, Dec. 4. Waimea’s 317 points edged Moanalua by seven points for the title, the school’s first in state competition. (video: Paul Honda) Team members: Iris Hesapene, Harvette Acosta, Lo Keamoai, Jack Leonard, Marissa Hesapene, Omi Gaspar, Nicky […]

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More Radford, Waimea photos

December 5, 2011

Here are more photos of new state cheerleading champion squads Radford (Large Division) and Waimea (Medium Division).

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Video: Radford Rams cheer

December 5, 2011

Radford’s performance at the Zippy’s/HHSAA State Cheerleading Championships rated a 297-point total and first place in the Large Division competition. The event was held on Sunday, Dec. 4, 2011 at the University of Hawaii’s Stan Sheriff Arena. (video: Paul Honda) Team members: Ridge Frank, Amber Bookhard, Kyly Antonio, Jaclyn Ponce, Jasmine Padeken-Pasigan, Kysa Fong, Jaz […]

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Radford, Waimea championship photos

December 5, 2011

More photos coming later today (Monday). Paul Honda, Star-Advertiser  

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Radford, Waimea win cheer state titles

December 4, 2011

Radford won the Large Division crown of the Zippy’s/Hawaii High School Athletic Association Cheerleading Championships this afternoon at Stan Sheriff Center. Radford totalled 297 points, outpointing Kamehameha (267) and Punahou (226) Waimea won the medium (10 or fewer members) title with 317 points, edging Moanalua (310) in a field of 14 schools. Paul Honda, Star-Advertiser

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HIADA voting results

June 4, 2011

Here are the voting results from yesterday’s athletic directors conference. See the accompanying story here. 51st annual HIADA Conference Ala Moana Hotel June 1-3, 2011 Roll call 10 a.m. Voting commences 10:15 a.m. GROUP I (Chair: Wade Okamura, Recorder: Deems Utsumi) Air Riflery 1. (as amended) Put the BIIF back in the rotation for air […]

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HHSAA voting results

June 15, 2010

Hawaii High School Athletic Association Executive board voting results June 14, 2010 See story here Note: All proposals were passed initially by the Hawaii Interscholastic Athletic Directors Association on June 11, 2010. HIADA GROUP 1 — Chair: Greg Gonsalves (KIF), Recorder: Albert Paschoal (MIL) Bowling 1. Eliminate all non-participants from walking on lane before and […]

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Chun: ‘D-III will happen one day’

June 13, 2010

Fiscal responsibility is utmost in Chris Chun’s mind. The attorney-turned-executive director of the Hawaii High School Athletic Association made it through the busy spring season and this week’s athletic directors conference with renewed energy. He’s got little time to digest the proposals that passed the Hawaii Interscholastic Athletic Directors Association conference before they go up […]

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MIL, BIIF spoke loud and clear

June 13, 2010

The groundswell had been building, all right. So had the ammunition. The Maui Interscholastic League and Big Island Interscholastic Federation were outnumbered, but not outgunned when discussion on the open floor ensued on Friday, the final day of the Hawaii Interscholastic Athletic Directors Association conference. The cool air-conditioning of the ballroom at the Waikiki Beach […]

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2010 HIADA voting results

June 12, 2010

50th Annual Hawaii Interscholastic Athletic Directors Association Conference June 9-11, 2010 Waikiki Beach Marriott Hotel (See story here) Note: all approved proposals go to the HHSAA executive board for vote GROUP 1 — Chair: Greg Gonsalves (KIF), Recorder: Albert Paschoal (MIL) Bowling 1. Eliminate all non-participants from walking on lane before and during competition Committee: […]

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