Cross Country

Photos from tonight’s Enterprise Hall of Honor presentation at the Dole Cannery Ballrooms.

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Kamehameha’s Kaeo Kruse will be inducted into the Enterprise / HHSAA Hall of Honor on Sunday at 5 p.m. at the Dole Cannery’s Pomaikai Ballroom. Above are a few shots of the Warriors great through the years. And here is the elite list of athletes he will join:

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Kaeo Kruse likes California, all right. The Kamehameha senior posted a 3,000-meter time of 9 minutes, 11 seconds to place eighth at the Arcadia Invitational over the weekend. Kruse was just 5 seconds behind the winner. According to Star-Advertiser preps editor Jerry Campany, Kruse’s time is faster than Steve Ferber’s “long-standing, dominant” 9:20 two-mile from […]

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‘Iolani’s Amanda Beaman is the 2015 Hawaii Gatorade girls cross country runner of the year, the Gatorade Company announced Thursday. The award recognizes athletic excellence, academic achievement and exemplary character. Beaman is now a finalist for the national runner of the year. The 5-foot senior raced to an individual state championship on the 3-mile Seabury […]

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The ILH released its 2015 boys and girls cross country all-star teams today. Boys Runner of the year—Kaeo Kruse, Sr, Kamehameha Coach of the year—Jack Kuo, ‘Iolani FIRST TEAM Royce Garcia, Jr, ‘Iolani Nicholas Arima, So, ‘Iolani Jason Wang, So, ‘Iolani Kawika Jacang, Jr, Kamehameha Craig Shanner II, Sr, Pac-Five Connor Lehi, Jr, Punahou Aaron […]

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Leilehua football player Devin Griffith and Mililani cross country runner Brandee Schiller are Hawaii’s state winners for Wendy’s High School Heisman. Griffith and Schiller are in the running to be named one of 10 national finalists (five males and five femailes). National winners will be chosen Dec. 11. According to Wendy’s High School Heisman officials, […]

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Kamehameha’s Kaeo Kruse ran the fastest three miles since the beginning of the Honolulu Marathon/ HHSAA state cross country championships on the Seabury Hall campus on Saturday. But times are hard to compare given different courses and weather conditions. One thing that is indisputable, though, is that Kruse towered over his peers more than anyone […]

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Mililani’s Vanessa Roybal won her third straight divisional title at Saturday afternoon’s OIA Western Division cross country championship. Roybal won the girls 3-mile race in 19 minutes, 45.45 seconds at Central Oahu Regional Park. She won the varsity girls race last year and was the JV winner as a sophomore. Teammate Lauren Gibbs placed second […]

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Kalaheo swept the team titles at Saturday morning’s OIA Eastern Division cross country championship. Kalaheo runners grabbed the top four spots to help the Mustangs win the boys team title with 20 points at Central Oahu Regional Park. Avery Torres was first in the 3-mile race in 17 minutes, 11.60 seconds. Colby Otero finished second […]

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59th Annual Punahou Invitational Punahou School 3 Mile Course Top 10 Varsity Girls 1. Amanda Beaman, IOL, 18:55.99 2. Jordan Jones, PAC5, 19:06.78 3. Vanessa Royal, MIL, 19:19.96 4. Noe Obermeyer, PUN, 19:23.14 5. Mary Moloney, RAD, 19:24.52 6. Hennessy Ellis, KSK, 19:29.27 7. Lauren Gibbs, MIL, 19:40.34 8. Mia Schiel, PUN, 19:44.90 9. Teri […]

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