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Campbell senior Jocelyn Alo, the reigning Honolulu Star-Advertiser All-State position player of the year and Gatorade Hawaii player of the year, was named to the Max Preps preseason All-America softball team on Tuesday. Alo, who has signed to play at Oklahoma next year, is one of four catchers named to the team. Last season, Alo […]

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Jocelyn Alo is going from one championship program to another. The Campbell catcher helped lead the Sabers to the Division I state title in May and signed with reigning NCAA champion Oklahoma on Wednesday. Alo was named the Star-Advertiser All-State Position Player of the Year as a junior and joins an Oklahoma program that has […]

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Jocelyn Alo is the Gatorade Hawaii Softball Player of the Year, the Gatorade Company announced Thursday. The award recognizes athletic excellence, high standards of academic achievement and exemplary character on and off the field and it distinguishes Alo as Hawaii’s best high school softball player. She is now a finalist for the company’s national softball […]

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Campbell did not go undefeated, but if it had, it’s a good bet the Sabers would be in the Top 10 nationally. The Sabers (18-1) finished at No. 22 in the CBS/MaxPreps Xcellent 25 softball rankings after winning their second straight Division I state championship last week. Campbell, as MaxPreps pointed out in a recent […]

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Academics and athletics are going hand-in-hand at Campbell. A recent article by Paul Honda of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser and Hawaii Prep World mentioned that all of the seniors from the two-time reigning state champion Sabers softball team are going to be playing in college next year. Here is the list of Sabers and their plans […]

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Kamehameha sophomore Dallas Millwood was named the ILH softball most valuable player on Thursday. Millwood led the Warriors to an 11-2-1 regular season and an ILH championship before losing in the quarterfinals of the state tournament. ‘Iolani’s Dean Yonamine, in his first year coaching the Raiders’ softball team, was named the coach of the year […]

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The OIA released its softball all-star teams as voted on by league coaches today. Kaiser’s Seli Aholelei repeated as the OIA East player of the year while Roosevelt’s Clay Okamura took home coach of the year honors. Out West, Kapolei senior Laugatausala Pedebone earned player of the year honors and Campbell’s Michael Hermosura was the […]

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If there is one rule the Honolulu Star-Advertiser goes by when it comes to picking a most valuable player, it’s that there can only be one. Having two people share that award is something to be avoided. If it’s a close call, the editors in charge will say, “Pick one.” So it was kinda funny […]

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After completing a deep postseason run, Kapolei softball coach Tony Saffery is probably due some time off from the field. He’ll give himself one day before getting back on the dirt. “Summer season starts as soon as we’re done here. We practice on Sunday,” Saffery said with a laugh Friday night. “It’s back to work. […]

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It took five innings, but Kapolei found its timing just in time to put together a rally that propelled the Hurricanes into Friday’s title game of the DataHouse/HHSAA Division I Softball Championship. Outside of Sadie Kapaku-You’s swing on the first pitch of the bottom of the fourth inning in Thursday’s semifinal game, Kapolei was kept […]

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