Soccer

The Division I FBS football recruits made the big splash on signing day Wednesday. But others signed letters of intent, too. Hawaii Prep World has gathered a list of football players going to smaller colleges as well as a list of soccer players who also signed letters of intent Wednesday. If you would like to […]

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PIAA LOI signing day

by Paul Honda on February 3, 2016

We’re minutes away from official signing of life-altering paperwork that will impact the lives of dozens of athletes, including football players, at this morning’s PIAA Letter of Intent signing event at the Sheraton Waikiki. This is the first time I have a smart phone (instead of a flip phone) at this annual ceremony and it […]

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With the OIA girls soccer regular season ending on Wednesday night, the playoff brackets are set. They are as follows: Division I Monday, Feb. 1 E4 Kaiser (6-3-1) vs. W5 Campbell (6-3-1) at Aiea, 5:30 p.m. Notes: Kaiser scored 43 goals while allowing 14 and ended the season with a 5-4 win over Kalani. Tommi […]

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Kailua’s 1-0 win over Castle on Saturday provided a major shakeup in the OIA East girls soccer race. Taylor Strong‘s team-leading 10th goal for the Surfriders (7-2) knocked the Knights (7-2) out of first place with one regular season game to go. Moanalua, which beat Kahuku 6-0 on Saturday behind goals by six different Na […]

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Kapolei captain Shandon Hopeau had his way with Campbell on Thursday night, scoring nine goals in an 11-0 win. Hopeau came into the contest with eight goals in three games and scored 20 last year while being named to the Star-Advertiser’s Stellar Eleven soccer team. Jason Catron and Garrison Lee scored the other goals for […]

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TThe OIA may own the postseason, but the ILH has the edge in the preseason. Oahu’s private school league won the Oahu Interleague Showcase at Kapolei on Saturday, winning four matches to the OIA’s two with two ties. Last year the tournament came down to the final match, but this time the ILH clinched at […]

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It’s never too early for a state championship preview. Hawaii’s traditional boys soccer powers will converge on Kapolei for the Oahu Interscholastic Soccer Showcase over the next three days. State champion Mililani leads the field, but won’t get to ease into the tournament. The Trojans open with a 7 p.m. match against Punahou on Thursday. […]

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Kaiser’s Kai Hasegawa and Punahou’s Hi‘i Thomas will play soccer for Hawaii Pacific this fall, coach Gina Brewer announced Thursday. Hasegawa was the OIA East player of the year as a junior for the Cougars. She scored 13 goals that season, and she also played softball in high school. Thomas, a 2014 Punahou graduated, scored […]

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Mililani’s Jarrett Razon is a midfielder for the 14-member U.S. Paralympic soccer national team that will play in the world championships starting Tuesday in Staffordshire, England. The tournament — the 2015 Cerebral Palsy Football Championships — runs through June 28, and the U.S. opens with a match against Venezuela on Wednesday. In 2001, Razon was Hawaii’s […]

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Mark Kane is returning as the soccer head coach at Saint Louis School, athletic director Wade Okamura announced Monday. Kane held the Crusaders’ job from 2010 to 2013 and also from 1984 to 1995. He is on the faculty at Saint Louis and has 25 years of coaching experience in both boys and girls soccer […]

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