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It was somewhat fitting that the final out of Saturday’s OIA Division I softball championship ended up in the glove of Kapolei left fielder Dallas Pollard-Brownell. The inning prior, a ball that popped out of her grip helped position Mililani for a third straight OIA crown. But the Hurricanes rallied in the top of the […]

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Eight athletes won their second Oahu Interscholastic Association championship on Saturday at the Leilehua gym. They are: Roosevelt’s Macy Higa (115 pounds) and Menjam Tamang (103), Moanalua’s Sienna Ho (girls 122), Moanalua’s Amanda Higa (98), Kapolei’s Anthony Brett (132) and Rodman Salangdron (161), Kalani’s Micah Tateyama (145) and Kahuku’s Lerod Tongi (220). The full results […]

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Hawaii football teams will not be holding spring football practices in pads this year, a departure from past seasons when a period of time was set aside for that purpose. The reason for the change for the Oahu Interscholastic Association and the the three Neighbor Islands leagues (Kauai Interscholastic Federation, Big Island Interscholastic Federation Maui […]

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Live results for OIA track here https://sites.google.com/site/oiatrackinforesultspage/results-live-hi Two events finished yesterday, with Castle’s William Ewaliko taking the pole vault and Kristin O’Handley putting Kaiser in the lead for the team title with a win in the high jump. Boys Pole vault—1, William Ewaliko, Cas, 14-0. 2, Dalton Pahia, Cas, 13-6. 3, Taylor Bee, Cas, 12-6. […]

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The HHSAA probably never had an easier time picking a top seed for a tournament. Punahou drew the No. 1 spot for the Stanford Carr Development Girls Water Polo State Championship today. The ILH champions have won the tournament in each of the last eight years and are favorites to add another beginning May 4 […]

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A lot of sporting events and stories happen throughout the year, and whenever you think you can recall most of it, that’s sometimes when certain knowledge slips through the cracks. That’s why when people asked me recently about the status of the Anuenue varsity football team. I didn’t have an answer, forgetting this story that […]

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This much is certain, the OIA Division I softball title will remain in the west for a seventh consecutive year. Whether it stays in Mililani for a third straight season or heads down to Kapolei for the first time since 2005, well, that figures to be a toss-up. The Trojans and Hurricanes split their regular […]

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Jobs were won, jobs were lost. Jobs were won back. The internal competition for starting roles, contributing roles, any kind of role has been part of the machinery that makes this year’s Punahou baseball team intriguing. And even at 12-9, they are probably, as Mid-Pacific coach Dunn Muramaru says, the most dangerous team in the […]

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The anguish was clearly visible. It was, in the end, a painful close to what had been, at one point, a dreamy baseball season for the Saint Louis Crusaders (11-7). That is the reality of athletics in the Interscholastic League of Honolulu, where as many as five teams were ranked in the Star-Advertiser Top 10 […]

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HHSAA baseball brackets

by Jerry Campany on April 29, 2016

ILH champion Mid-Pacific will still be flying high when its baseball team lands on Maui. The ILH champion Owls were awarded the top seed in the upcoming Wally Yonamine Foundation Baseball State Championships at Iron Maehara Stadium beginning May 4. Mid-Pacific opens its tournament with a second-round game against the winner between OIA runner up […]

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