Golf

Punahou’s Andrew Chin has been a successful Interscholastic League of Honolulu golfer for three years now. He placed third in the league championship as a freshman and seventh as a sophomore. As a junior? Well, on Thursday he broke through by hanging on for a victory over Kyle Suppa at the Turtle Bay Fazio Course. […]

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Moanalua is proud of its 10 straight Oahu Interscholastic Association golf championships, but some of the players want to get that ultimate prize, the state team title. Na Menehune hasn’t done that since 2012, when the team’s current crop of seniors were in eighth grade. “Every year, our main goal is to win the state […]

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Poor Malia Nam. The Kaiser golfer placed second and was unable to defend her Oahu Interscholastic Association golf championship on Wednesday at Turtle Bay. Instead, Miki Manta —— the girl from rival Kalani —— won by a stroke. And this happened, in part, because Nam, in a sense, hit her approach “too good” on the finishing […]

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A decade of dominance. The Moanalua boys golf team won its 10th straight OIA championship on Tuesday at Turtle Bay, crowning its fourth straight individual champion. Jun Ho Won is the latest recipient for Na Menehune, outlasting teammates Kyosuke Hara and Shawn Lu. Hara took the title last year with Brent Grant winning the year […]

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It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. Fifty high school seniors declared their future plans by signing letters of intent on Wednesday morning in another pristine and beautiful setting at the Honolulu Elks Lodge in Waikiki. That’s the good news. The bad? This was the final LOI signing event hosted […]

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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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