Golf

Adrian Mols is the new baseball head coach at Roosevelt, according to Rough Riders athletic director John Chung. Mols was an infielder for Roosevelt, graduating in 1999, and then for Occidental College. Mols takes over for Les Loo, who left after last season, when the Rough Riders went 3-8 in the Oahu Interscholastic Association East. […]

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Moanalua senior Shawn Lu was the only amateur in last week’s Sony Open at Waialae Country Club. Lu, playing in his first PGA event, finished 6-over 146 after two rounds. His caddy was Punahou’s Kyle Suppa, who played in last year’s Sony Open.

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Mariel Galdiano finished the U.S. Women’s Open in some pretty distinguished company. The Punahou senior made the cut for the first time in three U.S. Open appearances on Friday then carded rounds of 1 over par 71 on Saturday and Sunday at Lancaster Country Club in Pennsylvania to finish in a tie for 42nd at […]

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Kamehameha’s Spencer Dunaway and Punahou’s Mariel Galdiano are the ILH boys and girls golf MVPs, the league announced recently. Both Dunaway and Galdiano finished as medalists in the ILH tournament. The ILH golf All-Stars are listed below. ILH Golf All-Stars, 2015 Boys Division I MVP >> Spencer Dunaway, Kamehameha Girls Division I MVP >> Mariel […]

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The OIA released its All-Star teams for boys and girls golf on Tuesday. OIA BOYS EASTERN DIVISION Player of the year—Shawn Lu, Moanalua. Coach of the year—Gordon Yuen, Moanalua. First team Shawn Lu, Moanalua; Jui Ho Won, Moanalua; Kyosuke Hara, Moanalua; Caleb Keohokapu, Kailua; Robert Choi, Kailua; Desmond Mello, Moanalua; Nickolas Nelson, Moanalua; AJ Teraoka, […]

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Kamehameha’s Spencer Dunaway shot a 69 at Waikoloa to win the David Ishii / HHSAA state boys golf championship on Friday. Dunaway, who shared the lead with four other boys after the first round, shot a 69 in the second round to beat Moanalua’s Kyosuke Hara and Punahou’s Andrew Chin by three strokes. Dunaway is […]

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Four players are tied for the lead after the first day of the David Ishii Boys Golf Championships at Waikoloa on Thursday. Baldwin’s Tyler Munetake, Spencer Dunaway of Kamehameha and Punahou pair Colin Laszlo and Andrew Chin all finished their first trip around the course in 70 shots. Kengo Aoshima of Iolani, Kailua’s Caleb Keohokapu […]

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Punahou junior Mariel Galdiano is still on track to become the first prep golfer to earn the high school grand slam after winning the state tournament at Waikoloa Kings this week. But as she well knows, there are plenty of firsts that she was born too late to touch. The girls tournament began in earnest […]

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With the 50th state boys golf tournament being held at Waikoloa this week, here are Hawaiiprepworld’s choices as the top 10 golfers in the tournament’s history. The team element is a big part of the tournament, and is weighed heavily. These rankings account for only the HHSAA tournament, so legends like Dean Wilson of Castle, […]

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Waiakea’s Kaley Saludares came from three shots back to pass first-round leader Shantel Antonio of Kamehameha-Hawaii and win the BIIF girls golf championship at the Club at Hokulia on Tuesday. Sauludares shot a 9-over 81 in the second round to finish at 16-over 160, 3 shots clear of Antonio. On the boys side, Waiakea’s Trevor […]

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