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23rd IN A SERIES Next: St. Francis Saints ROOSEVELT ROUGH RIDERS >> 2015 record and finish: 3-6 (2-6 OIA D-II); did not qualify for OIA D-II playoffs >> Number of returning starters: 11 >> Number of returning seniors: 14 >> Number of starters lost to graduation: 8 >> Number of seniors lost to graduation: 8 […]

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The eight-time and defending HHSAA state football champion Kahuku Red Raiders might look a little different on offense the next few years. Freshman quarterback Sol-Jay Maiava, who will compete for the starting job this season, is so talented that he received his first Division I scholarship offer on Tuesday from Michigan and head coach Jim […]

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Next: Roosevelt Rough Riders RADFORD RAMS >> 2015 record and finish: 13-0 (8-0 ILH D-II); defeated Wailua 35-0 in the OIA-D-II semifinals; defeated Kaimuki 28-6 in the OIA D-II championship game; defeated Konawaena 48-46 in the state D-II semifinals; defeated Kapaa 30-16 in the state D-II championship game >> Number of […]

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Recent Moanalua graduate Austin Matautia, who signed with Hawaii, was one of 12 players who made the final cut for the U.S. Men’s Junior National Team on Monday. Matautia, one of three outside hitters selected to the squad, led Na Menehune to the state final as a senior and is the only OIA boys volleyball […]

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21st IN A SERIES Next: Radford Rams PEARL CITY CHARGERS >> 2015 record and finish: 3-5 (3-5 OIA D-II); did not qualify for the OIA D-II playoffs >> Number of returning starters: 6 (4 offense, 2 defense) >> Number of returning seniors: 18 >> Number of starters lost to graduation: 16 >> Number of seniors […]

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The recruiting process is quickly winding down for Leilehua defensive back Charles Watson. Watson, who told the Star-Advertiser’s Stephen Tsai last month he wanted to make his decision by the end of the summer, released his list of six schools to make the latest cut for his services. Hawaii, Vanderbilt, Washington State, San Diego State, […]

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Power scrimmages anyone? Well, if you don’t think Oahu high school football is that close, think again. Teams statewide have been preparing for the fall season throughout the spring and now summer. The first scheduled scrimmage is 33 days a way (Thursday, June 28), slightly more than month. A week after that, real nonleague games […]

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For anyone who is wondering what happened to the Oahu Interscholastic Association/Interscholastic League of Honolulu football alliance proposal for 2016 that would have created a three-tier combined OIA-ILH system along with three (instead of two) state championships and $1 million annually for three years from the business community to be divided among the 29 football […]

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Baldwin’s Anthony Kahoohanohano-Davis is the Gatorade Hawaii Boys Track and Field Athlete of the Year, the Gatorade Company announced Friday. The award recognizes athletic excellence, high standards of academic achievement and exemplary character on and off the track. The 6-foot-1, 185-pound senior won three individual titles, set two state records and anchored a victorious relay […]

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Hawaii Prep’s Emma Taylor is the Gatorade Hawaii Girls Track and Field Athlete of the Year, the Gatorade Company announced Thursday. The award recognizes athletic excellence, high standards of academic achievement and exemplary character on and off the track. Taylor, a 5 foot 6 senior, won the 100-meter high hurdles in 15.79 seconds and the […]

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