Soccer

For the most part, high school athletes are readily accessible for an interview immediately after a contest. Wednesday was just a bit different. The villain, so to speak, of the 1-1 ‘Iolani vs. Punahou soccer draw was already in discussion with somebody else. Zach Kingsley, the Chaminade University coach, was in the process of getting […]

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UPDATE: PEARL CITY BEAT AIEA 3-1 TO RUN ITS STREAK OF STATE TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES TO 31. The Pearl City girls soccer team has been carrying a streak that predates each player’s time on the Earth and has gone on even longer than their veteran coach has been in charge. The Chargers have been in every […]

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UPDATE: It’s Moanlaua vs. Kahuku and Mililani vs. Campbell in the OIA Final Four. Each of last year’s final four have already been eliminated, leaving Kapolei and Kaiser to play for one state berth and Aiea and Pearl City to play for the other. FFacing one-and-done scenarios in the first round of the OIA Division […]

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The Iolani girls soccer team will be going to the state tournament for the sixth year in a row. The Raiders got goals from Kylee Kim-Bustillos, Megan Goo, Sam Masca and Karley Devens to beat Pac-Five 4-0 and clinch the ILH’s second berth behind champion Punahou. The Raiders failed to defend their crown, but they […]

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J et Toner has an interesting nickname and a gifted right leg. Toner’s real first name is John, but he goes by Jet because those are the letters of his initials — John Edward Toner. The Punahou junior soccer striker did something on Saturday that he tried hard to avoid during football season, when he […]

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OIA boys soccer brackets

by Jerry Campany on January 24, 2015

Is the OIA ready for another boys soccer game between rivals Kalani and Kaiser? Only Radford stands in its way. Defending OIA champion Kaiser drew the fifth seed in the upcoming OIA boys soccer tournament, forcing the Cougars to travel to Kahuku to take on Radford to return to states and reach the second round […]

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Mililani captured its second consecutive OIA West title on Friday by shutting out Leilehua 8-0 at home on Friday. The Trojans are 9-1 and will be the top seed from the West, and earned a first-round bye in the OIA tournament. Kalahikiola Judd scored two goals for the Trojans, one of seven players to find […]

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OIA girls soccer matchups

by Jerry Campany on January 21, 2015

Tentative OIA soccer playoff matchups Division I first round Monday at Kapolei 5:30 p.m.: Campbell (7-2-1) vs. Kailua (5-5), winner plays Kaiser (8-1-1) at Mililani on Tuesday 7 p.m.: Castle (6-2-2) vs. Kapolei (5-4-1), winner plays at Mililani (9-0-1) on Tuesday Monday at Pearl City 5:30 p.m.: Moanalua (7-3) vs. Waianae (0-6-4), winner plays Aiea […]

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Takahiro Kosins scored twice and the Kalani boys soccer team beat rival Kaiser 2-1 at Kalani on Wednesday. The win kept the Falcons undefeated. Kaiser is the reigning OIA champion, but Kalani can clinch the East title with a win over lowly Kaimuki. Cody Kuge scored for Kaiser. In other action: >> Sang Hoon Lee, […]

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Iolani’s reign is over. The Punahou girls soccer team has mathmatically clinched the ILH’s top berth in the state championship and the league title that comes with it. The Bufffanblu (10-0-1) clinched the title on Saturday with its 6-0 win over Pac-Five. Punahou has 31 points this season with just one match remaining. Undefeated ‘Iolani […]

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