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Photos from tonight’s Enterprise Hall of Honor presentation at the Dole Cannery Ballrooms.

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Kamehameha wrestler Teshya Alo will be inducted into the Enterprise / HHSAA Hall of Honor on Sunday at 5 p.m. at the Dole Cannery’s Pomaikai Ballroom. Above are a few shots of the Warrior through the years. And here is the elite list of athletes she will join:

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BOYS TEAM STANDINGS BOYS INDIVIDUAL RESULTS GIRLS TEAM STANDINGS GIRLS INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

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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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Unlike the alphabet soup that makes up boxing, there can only be one champion in each weight class in OIA judo. The league will determine its title holders this weekend, with Kahuku’s LeRod Tongi earning the top seed in the East at 220 pounds. He has reigning OIA champion Matt Miner of Aiea on his […]

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The 122-pound class expects to be the toughest at the girls portion of the OIA Judo championships this weekend, with Kalani’s Phoebe Pineda-Abaya drawing the top of the bracket and the bye that comes with it. After that, she will have some work to do to defend it. She faces the winner between Azaria Tandal […]

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Moanalua has the lightweights, and Kalani has the middleweights and Kahuku has the big boys. Na Menehune and the Falcons split the OIA Eastern Division championships on Saturday, with each school crowning three boys champions. Moanalua got wins from Logan Garcia at 108 pounds, Noah Wusstig at 121 and Chase Wusstig at 132. Kalani got […]

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OIA East and West championships will be held tomorrow, and judging by the brackets the boys races are already decided. Kalani leads the East with five top seeds including every weight class above 198 pounds, where Kailero Okura resides. Other top seeds for the Falcons are David Higashi, James Lawhn, Jarek Kaneko and Micah Tateyama. […]

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Mat 1 was a rough place to be in Mills Gymnasium on Friday night. Most of the night’s ILH judo matches proceeded without more or less than the usual fanfare (like a bloody nose). ‘Iolani’s defending state champion, Dane Yamashiro, breezed through with three wins, completely unchallenged. Kamehameha’s formidable Jaclyn Fontanilla was absent due to […]

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A case for Hall of Honor candidacy is usually made in an athlete’s freshman year, when they start their journey toward multiple state titles. That is not how Waipahu’s Sabrina Hollins played it, though, but it worked out just fine. Hollins didn’t compete in a varsity sport until her junior year, but did enough in […]

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