Hawaii Sports

Plenty of talent has moved through Wahiawa over the years, led by running back Adrian Murrell. The NFL veteran was first-team All-State three years in a row by the Honolulu Advertiser, the first to be so honored. Waianae’s Kennedy Tulimasealii, Kahuku’s Aofaga Wily, Castle’s Blaze Soares and Gerald Welch of Saint Louis are the only […]

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The HHSAA Hall of Honor will induct its newest class on Sunday at the Ala Moana Hotel, bringing the number athletes immortalized to 384, with 230 boys and 154 girls inducted. This is the fourth time an equal number of boys and girls were inducted and girls have outnumbered boys since 2007. There have been […]

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When the power went out on the UH campus during Thursday’s Divsion II semifinal between Waianae and Kamehameha-Hawaii, the only real inconvenience was keeping track of how many runs the Warriors were piling on the wounded Seariders. But fans who had taken in the show the previous two days probably didn’t mind. The Division II […]

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Bob Martin at milesplit has released the performance list for the state track and field meet beginning Friday night at Kamehameha, and it suggests a good show. Here is the complete list: http://hi.milesplit.com/meets/170908/results/303073 Two records are in serious danger, led by high jumper Khalil Stevens of Mililani. Stevens skipped the OIA championship finals, but has […]

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With the help of Doug Kilpatrick, Jonathan Lyau, Rodney Yap and the rest of the track and field community in Hawaii, the Star-Advertiser has tried to compile lists of each event winner in the history of the HHSAA track and field championships. We will be releasing them one at a time over the next few […]

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With the help of Doug Kilpatrick, Jonathan Lyau, Rodney Yap and the rest of the track and field community in Hawaii, the Star-Advertiser has tried to compile lists of each event winner in the history of the HHSAA track and field championships. We will be releasing them one at a time over the next few […]

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The scholarship offer count passed 30 recently when Oregon jumped into the Breiden Fehoko sweepstakes, but Farrington scholar-athlete Breiden Fehoko has his mind on Lubbock, Texas.

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Does anyone have the MIL? I need it for my rankings. If not, I can get it at the seeding meeting tomorrow. Speaking of the seeding meeting, I have been approved to attend it and plan on live blogging on this page as they make their selections tomorrow at 1 p.m. Spread the word. Until […]

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Mid-Pacific reports freshman Kohei Tomita, who left yesterday’s semifinal in an ambulance, suffered a severe concussion and will not play tonight. He was just cleared from an earlier concussion on Monday. The Owls will also be missing sophomore center midfielder Tyler Allen, who pulled a groin early in the semifinals and sat out the second […]

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A lot of upsets here this year, particularly among the boys in the higher weights with both Dayton Furuta of Mililani and Tia Toese of Campbell failing to make the finals. Every top seed from 106 to 170 made it into the finals for the boys, but each of the top seeds at 182, 195, […]

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Top Players, updated 9/14

by Paul Honda on September 20, 2012

We’re about midway through the season, long way to go. These lists are strictly my opinion with some consultation with some coaches, some observers, some fans. All input is appreciated. The more eyes we have sharing more information, the better. OFFENSIVE LINE Player School Ht. Wt. Yr. 1. John Wa’a Kahuku 6-3 281 Sr. 2. […]

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