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The HHSAA elected its newest class of the Hall of Honor on Monday, bringing the total of legendary athletes to 498, evenly split between 249 boys and 249 girls. Honorees receive a $2,000 scholarship from Enterprise Rent-A-Car. Navy football coach and Radford graduate Ken Niumatalolo will be the featured speaker at the induction banquet set […]

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Kamehameha quarterback Thomas Yam finished with one of the top 10 unofficial Nike football ratings at The Opening in Oakland, Calif., on Sunday. Yam, who was measured at 6-foot-1 and 194 pounds, received a score of 108.90 which was the highest of any quarterback at the regional football showcase held at De Anza High School. […]

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Aiea High School released its athletic awards on Friday. Girls Scholar Athlete of the Year Penny Loo Boys Scholar Athlete of the Year Kailen Shinmoto Male Athlete of the Year Brandon Burgos Female Athlete of the Year Poamai Tuli OUTSTANDING ATHLETE FALL SPORTS GIRLS BOWLING—Kiana Saito BOYS BOWLING—Chasen Olita GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY—Morgan LaFuerte 
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Fresno State sophomore right-hander Kamalani Dung, a 2015 Kamehameha graduate, was named the Mountain West Conference pitcher of the year today. Dung, who has thrown every pitch in the Bulldogs’ last nine games and gone 8-1 to help the Bulldogs advance to the NCAA tournament, went 13-6 with a 2.04 ERA and 99 strikeouts with […]

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Fresno State, which had already ramped up its recruiting presence in Hawaii with Tony Tuioti on staff before he left for Cal, handed out a flurry of offers to Hawaii high school players on Tuesday. Kapolei was the huge winner with four players, including defensive tackle Aaron Faumui, receiving a scholarship offer from the Bulldogs. […]

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Pearl City junior Zion Tupuola-Fetui, a 6-foot-4, 250-pound defensive end/outside linebacker, picked up his seventh Division I football scholarship offer on Monday and fourth from the Pac-12. Tupuola-Fetui announced on Twitter that California is the latest school to offer Tupuola-Fetui, joining Oregon, Oregon State and Washington out of the Pac-12, as well as Nevada, Hawaii […]

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Oregon’s first trip to the NCAA tournament in 10 years came to an end on Saturday with a 4-2 loss to No. 30 N.C. State. Despite the quick out, it was a special season for the Ducks, who were led by junior Alyssa Tobita, a 2014 Mililani graduate. Tobita took her game to a new […]

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Mililani principal Fred Murphy made the best of a bad situation at the state track meet. Led by Murphy, three seniors from the Trojans’ Oahu Interscholastic Association championship track team — Kaleo Pogue, Hamilton Howard and Jaratt Kaopuiki-Ota — were given a mini-graduation ceremony, complete with caps, gowns, lei and diplomas during Fridays trials. By […]

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You’ve heard the saying, “They dropped the ball.” In this case, it was the baton that fell and it almost dearly cost the Mililani girls 4×400 relay team. Somehow, despite the mistake, the Trojans barely qualified for the finals, where they put the error in the past and won the event. During the state track […]

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Mention hill work to the Seabury Hall Spartans, and all eight athletes bump the giddy meter up a notch for roughly 5-10 seconds. But as soon as someone mentions that it’s a secret, the safe is relocked. Coach Bobby Grossman is no different. After Seabury Hall’s stunning girls team championship victory on Saturday night at […]

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