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GAME NIGHT 10/19: Campbell/Waianae

By Nick Abramo on October 19, 2018

No. 4 Campbell 34, Waianae 7, final Q4 11:25: Game over. 11:21: Jesse Kuehu scored a 1-yard TD for the Seariders. Joseph kicks the extra point. CAMPBELL 34, WAIANAE 7, 0:28 left in game. 11:18: Zhanden Kahue-Magsanide catches a 46-yard Tacgere pass. The Seariders are the Campbell 2. 11:06: Waianae takes over on downs on its 24. 11:04: Sabers are driving, thanks in part to a Torres 18-yard run. Ball is at the Waianae 19. 10:54: Waianae crosses midfield, but […]

GAME NIGHT 10/19: Leilehua/Waipahu

By Jason Kaneshiro on October 19, 2018

Waipahu 29, No. 9 Leilehua 6, FINAL  Final box At Leilehua Waipahu (7-4, 5-2)    6    7    7    10    —    29 Leilehua (8-3, 6-1)    3    3    0    0    —    6 Lei-FG Akoni Tom-Makue 20 Waip—Branson Jay Reyes 99 kickoff return (kick failed) Lei—FG Tom-Makue 41 Waip—Cody Marques 10 run (Brycen Amorozo kick) Waip—Alfred Failauga 43 run (Amorozo kick) Waip—Deacon Kapea 12 interception return (kick failed) Waip—FG Amorozo 38 RUSHING—Waipahu: Alfred Failauga 29-187, Marques 6-9, Jayven Reyes 1-(-1), Matthew Fiesta 2-(-3), Team 1-(-11). […]

CLOSING THE BOOK: Aiea Na Alii

By Billy Hull on October 19, 2018

Win-loss records say that Aiea Na Alii has been pretty much the same team the past three years, but a deeper dive into the numbers suggest that the 2018 crew was so much better than the previous one. Na Alii went 2-6-1 this year and 2-6 in 2017, but improved its points per game by more than five (19.8 from 14.3). Their pointed allowed per game dropped by more than a touchdown (26.9 from 35.5). The offensive output represents Wendell […]

Hanalani’s Harder favored to win ILH cross country title

By Jerry Campany on October 19, 2018

It is probably fitting that a new course gets a new champion. Hanalani junior Adam Harder is favored to win the ILH cross country championship on Saturday at Punahou, the first time the meet will be held there since 2011. It has been held at Mid-Pacific since then. Reigning champion Aaron Shiinoki of Punahou has since graduated, leaving the title for Harder to pick up. Harder has won five ILH meets this year and was the top Hawaii finisher with […]

Q&A: Kamehameha DB and Hawaii commit Tiger Peterson

By Paul Honda on October 19, 2018

Sometimes the toughest path leads to the highest heights. For the Kamehameha Warriors, competing in one of the nation’s toughest divisions means that the highs and lows can be dizzying. There’s tradition. History. Expectation. Senior Tiger Peterson knows them well. Peterson, a 6-foot-1, 190-pound defensive back, committed to Hawaii on June 26. He also has offers from Air Force and Utah State. He chatted with Hawaii Prep World on Wednesday about tonight’s ILH playoff game with Punahou and the process […]

D-I girls volleyball state tournament bracket

By Hawaii Prep World on October 19, 2018

ILH champion Kamehameha, which held off ‘Iolani in five sets on Thursday after losing to the Raiders in five sets on Tuesday, is the No. 1 seed in the New City Nissan/HHSAA Girls Volleyball State Championships beginning Monday. Kamehameha, which won its third consecutive ILH title, has won two of the last three state titles. The full schedule in Division I is below. HHSAA D-I State Tournament

Mid-Pacific surges to first D-II volleyball title

By Nick Abramo on October 18, 2018

Rising up and beating the favored team in two straight matches is a rare feat in any sport and at any level. Mid-Pacific did it this week, beating Damien on Tuesday and Thursday nights to wrest away the ILH Division II girls volleyball championship from what appeared to be a tight grip by the previously undefeated Monarchs’ hands. On Thursday night in front of a rambunctious home crowd at the Damien gym, Mid-Pacific scored the knockout blow with a 21-25, […]

Depth, defense spark Kamehameha in epic win over ‘Iolani

By Paul Honda on October 18, 2018

On Tuesday, ‘Iolani played lights-out volleyball in a five-set win over previously unbeaten Kamehameha. Epic? Certainly for outside hitter Elena Oglivie, who had 31 kills and only two hitting errors in 72 swings. With the second-round title in the ILH at stake on Thursday, could the Raiders’ junior pull of another miraculous performance? She showed no ill effects 48 hours after the upset win. It was an 8-5 Kamehameha lead when she executed her first kill. From there, she finished […]