Cheerleading

ILH cheerleading all stars

by Jerry Campany on November 24, 2015

Cheerleader of the year: Jonah Ah Mook Sang, Iolani Coach of the year: Barbara Hamocon, Iolani First team Base: Kassie Nakaya, Iolani Base: Nike-Michelle Tolentino, Kamehameha Base: Jaelyn Domingo, Kamehameha Base: Kayla O’Sullivan, Pac-Five Base: Sydney Higo, Punahou Base: Ali Nakashima, Punahou Flyer: Keri Miyasato, Iolani Flyer: Zoe Ann Kessler, Kamehameha Flyer: Teilor Grubbs, Pac-Five […]

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Moanalua and Radford won the large and medium divisions, respectively, at the 2015 Zippy’s/HHSAA Cheerleading State Championships on Sunday. 30 teams ranging from intermediate to varsity squads performed their routines at the Neal S Blaisdell Arena. Four teams competed in the large division, 13 teams competed in the medium, and the rest were JV and […]

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‘Iolani had never won an Interscholastic League of Honolulu championship in cheerleading until this year. Now, the Raiders will try to take the next step, when they compete in the Zippy’s State Cheerleading Championships on Saturday against other teams from around the state on Saturday at noon at Blaisdell Arena. A total of 17 teams […]

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Iolani’s banner day just got even better. The Raiders won their first ever ILH cheerleading championship on Friday night at Kamehameha, scoring 324.75 points to Kamehameha’s 323. Pac-Five will join them at the state tournament after placing third with 321.5 points. ‘Iolani clinched a spot in the volleyball state championship earlier in the evening. INTERMEDIATE […]

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Kamehameha will go for its second straight ILH cheerleading championship tonight at Kamehameha beginning at 6 p.m. The Warriors have won every ILH title except two, in 2012 and 2013 when Pac-Five rose up. The Warriors got the title back last year. Kamehameha can expect a challenge from another program looking for its first title […]

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The Kamehameha cheerleaders defended their title last weekend. The Warriors’ 14-member squad won the medium division of the “Game Day Championships” portion of the UCA National High School Cheerleading Championships last weekend in Orlando, Fla., and will return to Oahu on Tuesday. Kamehameha defeated nine other teams in that division, which is a relatively new […]

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ILH cheerleading all stars

by Jerry Campany on November 23, 2014

ILH All-Stars Cheerleader of the year—Bailey Wilson-Pena, Kamehameha. Coach of the year—Melissa Beimes Wennihan, Kamehameha. First team Base—Danielle Nakamoto, ‘Iolani; Ashlyn Chee, Kamehameha; Dezarae Lei, Kamehameha; Christian Chase Vasconcellos, Pac-Five; Madison Tasaka, Pac-Five; Amanda Chau, Punahou; Lauren Higo, Punahou. Flyer—Ariana Felix, ‘Iolani; Chanielle Feliciano, Pac-Five; Elyse Nishikawa, Punahou. Back—Haley Namu‘o, Kamehameha; Nicole Laheney, Pac-Five; Megan […]

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  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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  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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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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