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Mililani’s record-breaking wide receiver, Kalakaua Timoteo, has received his first scholarship offer. Pacific Islands Athletic Alliance announced today that the 6-foot-1, 195-pound junior received an offer from the University of Hawaii. Timoteo caught a record four touchdown passes in Mililani’s 53-45 state-championship win over Punahou on Friday. He finished the game with seven catches for […]

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The dilemma for Konawaena’s girls basketball team — a good problem or source of stress, depending on perspective — has simmered. For coach Bobbie Awa, the arrival of three prominent Lahainaluna players recently could be a blessing or a curse, depending on how things unfold over the course of the next few weeks. Konawaena is […]

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Mililani quarterback McKenzie Milton chats after the No. 2 Trojans upset No. 1 Punahou 53-45 in the Division I final of the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA State Championships. Milton passed for 421 yards and seven TDs in the win.

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Top-seeded Lahainaluna and second-seeded ‘Iolani squared off in the Division II final of the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Football State Championships at Aloha Stadium. ‘Iolani took control from the start en route to a 31-14 win, collecting its eighth D-II state crown in the last 11 seasons.

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Fred Ulu-Perry had a dominant season as Saint Louis’ left tackle. He also carried the comfort of bleeding his team’s navy blue and red, and UCLA’s powder blue and gold. He orally committed to the Bruins early in the season and never wavered. He is, however, still going on official visits, and it doesn’t get […]

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His heart says play basketball. But Semisi Uluave’s mind says it’s time to move on to a big, bright future. Punahou’s 6-foot-6, 315-pound offensive lineman has decided to give up basketball to focus on football. “Well, I had to think really hard and long about it. My parents really were supportive and helpful towards me […]

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The Mililani Trojans are getting a little more attention since their upset of Punahou in the Division I championship game at the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Football State Championships on Friday. Mililani (13-0) rose 12 spots to No. 16 in the CBS MaxPreps National Computer Ratings, which were released today. Punahou (8-1) fell 15 notches to […]

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It was a great, tumultuous battle between the top two teams in the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Division I Football State Championships. Mililani captured its first football state crown with a wild 53-45 win.

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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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ILH volleyball all-stars

by Jerry Campany on November 23, 2014

ILH All-Stars Division I Co-most valuable player of the year—Tiyana Hallums, Kamehameha; McKenna Rose Granato, Punahou. Coach of the year—Chris Blake, Kamehameha. First team—‘Iolani: Anna Uhr, Bailey Choy. Kamehameha: Lynzi Akeo. Mid-Pacific: Lekaleka Kiner-Falefa. Punahou: Kiani Tuileta, Vonica Malufau. Libero—Mia Heirakuji, Kamehameha. Second team—‘Iolani: Kaley Buscher. Kamehameha: Sarah Lau. Maryknoll: Tasha McClendon. Mid-Pacific: Madison Collier. […]

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